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Register for Moorhead Community Education winter classes

January 2, 2020

The new Moorhead Community Education winter catalog includes more than 225 learning opportunities for people of all ages and interests. Classes are open to residents who live within and outside the metro area.

Winter classes include Cheesecake and other cooking classes; drawing, painting and other arts and music classes; meditation, yoga, MELT, dancing, self-defense and fitness classes; silversmithing, knitting and craft classes; online classes you can take from home; and Beginning Beekeeping, Cat Fishing, investment classes, and many more.

The Choices program for adults with disabilities is offering cooking and craft classes.

Youth classes include Kung Fu Kids, ACT Prep, PODS Video Game Design for grades 3-8, Elementary Track Camp, and more.

Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) began taking registrations for winter classes in December. Classes for parents and children ages infants through kindergarten entry include Family Connections, Keep Calm and Parent On, Family Date Night, Learning with Nature, and more. These ECFE classes and others are listed in the winter Parenting Press newsletter and Community Education catalog. ECFE classes are open to all residents of Moorhead, Fargo, West Fargo and the surrounding area.

Moorhead residents and past participants receive a catalog in the mail. Moorhead residents with children ages birth to kindergarten entry who are on the school district census receive Parenting Press. To request a free catalog or to register for a class by credit card, call Community Education at 218-284-3400 or go online at

Watch for Community Education’s spring/summer catalog with more learning opportunities available in late March 2020.

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