Port Alice has class

Port Alice Learning offers short-term courses for all.

PORT ALICE—The newly formed Port Alice Learning kicked off its classes last week with the first of a two-part Introduction to Digital Photography course.

With the mandate of “Never too old or too young to learn,” the group plans to offer two or three courses a month in the Village. Courses will span a variety of subjects and are open to participants of any age from any of the North Island communities although pre-registration is required.

Sessions are short (typically two to three hours) and informative and enjoy the support of the Village Office.

Check Page 8 in the Gazette for more information on upcoming courses or contact Maggie Flostrand at 250-248-3591.

 

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