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Community Education Corner: Registration open through Barnum Community Ed

We are very excited to announce that our new online registration system, Eleyo, is up and running smoothly.

Shelby, Joyce, Irene, Courtney and Roxy at Chanhassen Dinner Theatre's “Footloose.”
Shelby, Joyce, Irene, Courtney and Roxy at Chanhassen Dinner Theatre's “Footloose.” A total of 31 people went to the show with Barnum Community Education recently.
Contributed / Roxy Olsen-Hurst
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We are very excited to announce that our new online registration system, Eleyo, is up and running smoothly. Our school age care program, Bomber Club, summer registration is up and running, and our 2022-23 ECFE and School Readiness programs are up and running. Summer Recreation registration opens on Friday, May 13!

Summer Recreation happenings for this summer include: band lessons, T-ball, instructional ball, Uechi-Ryu Karate-Do Kenyukai, swimming lessons, beginner dog obedience, boys and girls basketball camp, fifth and sixth grade tackle football, drivers education, summer reads tutoring, American Girl Doll Book Club Summer Camp “Lanie”, National Night Out, Tech & Coffee, family fun nights, CABS Babysitting, home alone, Northern Outdoors Club, bike rides, and field trips. Check out Eleyo for all our upcoming classes and programs for this summer!

To get more information or to register, please contact Barnum Community Education: 218-389-0108, rolsen@isd91.org , or online at https://isd91.ce.eleyo.com/.

"Community Education Corner" features news from Community Education programs in Carlton County. Roxy Olsen-Hurst is the director of Barnum Community Education.

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