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Adult Classes for Spring:
Several Brand New Offerings!

Registration is now open for spring enrichment classes for adults. Register online (click the Classes/Events button above) or call our office at 493-8950. Register early to save money (early bird pricing!) and ensure your seat in class as many classes fill up quickly.

New Adult Enrichment Classes for Spring:
• Illustrative Landscapes
• Illustrative Exercise
• Create a Video Marketing Plan
• Buff Bones
• Vinaigrettes & Greens
• Cold Soups
  ... and many, many more returning favorites!

Click here to see out complete list of spring and summer classes for adults!

Youth Classes for Spring:
Register Now!

This spring, several youth enrichment and sports classes are offered, with sessions that start in April, May, and early June, 2019. We are excited to introduce four new classes:

New Spring Enrichment Classes and Sports for Youth:
• Superhero Drawing
• Bricks 4 Kidz: Michigan's Fun-Filled Adventures
• Flexibility and Strength Training
• BattleGR Tactical Games Laser Tag
... and many, many more returning favorites!

Click here to see our list of spring classes for youth!

Summer Academy 2019 for Youth
Register Now!

Get a jump on things and register your child now for a class or two in this year's Summer Academy. With numerous youth enrichment and sports classes offered, you're sure to find ones that will fit with your child's interests. Summer Academy offers classes that start in June, July, and August, 2019. We invite you to check out these new classes:

New Summer Academy Enrichment Classes and Sports for Youth:
• Bricks 4 Kidz: A Trip to the Zoo Preschool Camp
• Bricks 4 Kidz: I Like to Eat Preschool Camp
• Bricks 4 Kidz: Junior Engineers, Let's Go on Safari!
• Bricks 4 Kidz: Building Is Awesome Camp
• Bricks 4 Kidz: Robotics Coding Camp
• Bricks 4 Kidz: Advanced WeDo 2.0 Coding Camp
• Sciensational's Brick Building with Lights and Sounds Workshop Camp
• Sciensational's Follow Me Robot Camp
• Sciensational's Mission to Mars Camp
• Sciensational's Arcade Electronics Galore Camp
• Bug Cupcakes Decorating
• Fourth of July Cookies Decorating
• Animal Face Cake Decorating
• Tie-Dye Cupcakes Decorating
• Summer Cookies Decorating
• Flower Cupcakes Decorating
• Beginning Cake Decorating
• BattleGR Tactical Games Laser Tag
• X-Golf's Summer Golf Camp
... and many, many more returning favorites!

Click here to see our list of Summer Academy classes for youth!

Healthy Living Lecture Series 2019

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Forest Hills Fine Arts Center

It's All Free • No Reservations Required

Keynote by WOTV's Jennifer Feuerstein, 1 p.m.

Jennifer Feuerstein is the WOTV 4 Encore Years expert, offering advice on all things of interest to those age 50+. She’s a community organizer, activist, public speaker, and writer on issues related to older adults and the encore years. She currently is associate state director for AARP Michigan and she is a journalist for various publications including Faith Grand Rapids and West Michigan Woman magazines.

Mercy Health Lectures, 1:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Professionals from Mercy Health will present three 30-minute presentations with 15 minutes for questions and answers.

Brain Health – Music & Medicine, 1:30 p.m.
Presented by Herman Sullivan, MD
Neurologist, Medical Director of Mercy Health Hauenstein Neurosciences and Mercy Health’s Multiple Sclerosis Program

Move It: Staying Active Safely As We Age, 2:30 p.m.
Presented by Thomas Foster, MD
Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Mercy Health Physician Partners, Ada

Considering a Hip or Knee Replacement?, 3:30 p.m.
Presented by Ben Harper, MD
Fellowship Trained Orthopedic Surgeon at Mercy Health Orthopedics & River Valley Orthopedics

Stay the Afternoon

  • Exhibitor booths and health screenings provided by local businesses and organizations

  • Door prizes: $400 in gift cards from Forest Hills Foods and Fuel; $500 in VISA gift cards from Lake Michigan Credit Union; and $400 in gift cards from Design 1 Salon Spa.

  • Healthy snacks are available in the Fine Arts Center Café

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Inside the CLC: Our Photo Gallery

Haven't visited the Computer Learning Center (CLC) yet? Are you curious to check out the equipment inside the Center? Just click or tap on the link, photo gallery, to go to the page showing our interactive photo gallery.

The Center features computer workstations using the latest operating system, Windows 10, as well as current software such as MS Office 2016 versions of Word, Excel, and others.

This spring, Community Services is introducing a new class, Superhero Drawing for students in grades 5 and 6.






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