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Kennewick School District Offers Community Ed for Adults

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KENNEWICK, Wash.-- If you ever wanted to learn another language or how to cook gluten-free waffles, now's your chance.

The Kennewick School District is offering hundreds of classes for Tri-City residents this spring.

Over 400 classes for adults to learn about everything from bee keeping to watercolor painting.

This is the 24th year of the program that gives the public a chance to learn more about their interests or maybe something new.

Most classes are one day and cost about $15. Some classes meet once a week and can cost up to $100.

The program aims to encourage community involvement and education.

"No reason once you're out of school to stop learning. On the other hand, you're taking a lifelong learning class, a community ed class. You're doing it for fun. You're doing it because I always wanted to do that," said Terry Andre, Kennewick School District Community Education Coordinator.

Classes start April 15th and end the first week of June. You can find more information about Community Ed on their website.