Local Community Courses Offered:

Drawing_101___Vegetables_by_xycolsen  Introductory Drawing
  Thursdays, October 30 - November 20

 

god  Japanese Language and Culture
  Mondays, November 3  - December 15

 

stopwatch  Ready - Set - Retire! – Concord
  Tuesdays, October 14, 21, and 28

 

stopwatch  Ready - Set - Retire! – Plymouth
  Thursdays, October 16, 23, and 30

 

Previous Courses

 
 Wine and Food Pairings at Foster’s Common Man Inn
 October, November, March, April

 

Ready, Set, Retire
Being Offered Now!

 

 
  Dance Courses
  October 2013, January 2014, March 2014

 

 
  Golf Courses
  May and June 2014

 

 
  Drawing Courses
  Being Offered Now!
 
 
For More Information Contact Linda Hammond
(603) 535-2868 or lahammond1@plymouth.edu

 

 

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