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Community Education Corner: Sign up for spring classes in Carlton

With spring come many opportunities for growth and change. Check out our upcoming classes, maybe there is one that piques your interest!

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CARLTON — We are navigating through the winter season and it seems to be going faster than usual. Maybe that is wishful thinking, but either way spring is just around the corner!

With spring come many opportunities for growth and change. Check out our upcoming classes, maybe there is one that piques your interest!

A new session of Aroma Slow Flow Yoga begins in March.

April provides many options: Folkloric Middle Eastern Dance, Deco Mesh Wreath Creations and our very popular Container Garden classes held at The Green House in Carlton.

For youth, a new session of Tae Kwon Do will begin in April. This is one of our longest continuing classes in Carlton Community Education — definitely worth checking out.

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We are looking for some awesome people to fill open positions. Come join our Carlton Community Education team! A great fit for someone looking for something part-time and for those that love making an impact in a young child's life.

We are currently seeking Kids Care Aides to work approximately 20 hours a week. Days and times will vary, but can be flexible. Contact our office if you are interested!

Plans for summer are also beginning to come together. Camp dates are being picked, details are starting to emerge, event planning to-do lists are being created and the excitement of so much to come is starting to build.
Please check regularly, via our Facebook page or website , to see what classes and other events are out there for you to participate in. Like our Carlton Community Education page on Facebook, find information on our webpage found through the Carlton School District website, or I always welcome phone calls and emails at 218-384-4225 x213 or drose@carlton.k12.mn.us .

"Community Education Corner," published weekly in the Pine Journal, features news from Community Education programs in Carlton County. Daisy Rose is the director of Carlton Community Education.

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