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Spring Registration Now Open at The Adult School

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The Adult School of the Chathams, Madison and Florham Park announced on Monday the opening of its spring registration.

Classes are offered in a diverse range of subject areas, including computers, foreign languages, arts and crafts, food and cooking, dance and music, career and finance, home and garden and sports and fitness. 

This spring will see the return of many of the school's most popular classes, as well as new class offerings, and will provide students with the opportunity to learn new skills, make friends, or re-new an interest in a long-forgotten hobby. 

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Trips to The Culinary Institute of America in New York, a factory tour of The Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey and a game at Yankee Stadium are among the many trips offering additional opportunities of learning and fun for all.

As a nonprofit organization, The Adult School has provided communities with lifelong learning opportunities since 1937.

Classes are currently offered during the day and in the evening in a variety of locations, including Basking Ridge, Chatham, Chatham Township, Florham Park, Madison and Westfield. No residency is required.

Registration is rolling throughout the semester. View class offerings and register on The Adult School website at www.theadultschool.org. Many classes fill up quickly, so interested students should sign up as soon as possible.

For more information, contact The Adult School by phone at 973-443-9222 or via email at tasinfo@theadultschool.org.

 

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