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Club Ed sponsors first Expo


Club Ed is now at the Dietert Center, 451 Guadalupe, in Kerrville, and the public is invited to learn more about all classes and activities at the Club Ed Expo from 5 pm until 7 pm, Thursday, August 23.

During the event, 50 instructors will be at the Dietert Center to demonstrate their classes and answer questions.

Clifton Fifer will build a camp site on the banks of the river; Christie Kitchens will have her horse on the grounds for horsemanship; award-winning chef Karen Privett will share her cooking; jeweler Jim Morris will demonstrate flintknapping on the porch; Sharon Griswold will demonstrate dog obedience; and musicians in the dulcimer and ukulele groups will perform.

There will also be demonstrations in bridge, dancing, gardening, rubber stamping, quilting, Spanish, computers, karate and many other Dietert Center and Club Ed activities. Representatives will be on hand to discuss the dozen trips offered through Happy Travelers.

Potential students are welcome to drop by any time to visit and ask questions of the instructors, and to tour the Dietert Center. A registration station will be set up so students can sign up for their favorite classes that evening
The expo is free and open to everyone, regardless of age or location.

Fall 2012 Club Ed catalogs have been mailed to all residents in the Texas Hill Country, and lifelong learners can now sign up online at www.clubed.net or in person at the Dietert Center.

More than 175 local classes are offered, along with hundreds more online courses that can be accessed anywhere. Information is available at www.clubed.net or at 830-895-4386.