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Leisure Learning

Ready to learn a new skill, try a new hobby, or make new friends? Try a fun and informative class and continue down the path of lifelong learning. Space is limited to 5-16 students, so register via email at leisurelearning@blinn.edu or call 979-209-7377.

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The following courses have a minimum enrollment limitations. Start dates to be determined by interest. Send an email to reserve your spot for the upcoming workshops or classes to: leisurelearning@blinn.edu or call 979-209-7377. for more information today.


ITSC 1012
Beginning Computers

Beginning Computers

Are you a computer novice? Ready to learn to what to do with
that mouse, keyboard, and monitor? This class provides an overview of the basic skills necessary to use computers. Beintroduced to Windows, Microsoft Office, and email in this four-session course. Tuesday nights from 5:30 to 7:30; Tuition and Fees: $40; Location: 301 Post Office Street, Bryan


CELA 1020
Knit One, Purl Too

Knit One, Purl Too!

Learn the basics of knitting: knit, purl, cast-on, increases and decreases, while having fun making your first knitted project! This is an 8 hour course covered over four nights. All supplies will be included. Tuesday and Thursday nights, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.; Nov 7-16; Tuition and Fees: $55 Location: 301 Post Office Street, Bryan


CELA 1004

Introduction to Digital Photography

Introduction to Digital Photography

Get ready for those holiday photos! Alex Garza, professional photographer will lead this exploration of digital photography. This course is for new digital camera enthusiasts who want to learn about camera settings and photo composition; including an overview of types of digital camera gear. Group photo sharing and image editing will enhance the experience. The course will meet on Monday nights, Nov 6-27th; 5:45 to 8:00 p.m.; Tuition and Fees: $70 Location: Bryan Campus, Building H



CELA 1030

Conversational American Sign Language

Conversational American Sign Language (ASL)

This course is an introduction to ASL and deaf culture. Students will learn the history, alphabet, vocabulary, and conversational behaviors for correct grammatical structure. Class will be taught in sign and meets for 1 1/2 hours on Monday or Wednesday nights for 8 weeks, 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.; Tuition and Fees: $170; Location: Modular Building 2, Bryan Campus



CELA 1002

Jewelry Making 101

Jewelry Making 101
Students learn basic techniques for making jewelry with wire (i.e., necklaces, bracelets, and earrings). This will be an 8- hour course covered over four nights. Thursdays, 5:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. Supplies included. Tuition and Fees: $75 Location: Modular Building 2, Bryan Campus