Learn how to win a free Evening Class, register for one of the new additions, and volunteer to greet guests on a Monday or Thursday night.
By Elaine Wenkoff, USN Evening Classes Co-Chair
The year 2020 started with a bang for USN Evening Classes. We’ve had a record number of registrations, and more than 50 classes are sold out already. Thanks to the generosity of many instructors, second and third classes are being offered to meet the overwhelming demand.
Meanwhile, new classes continue to be added so be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay up to date on all the latest and greatest. With more than 170 classes being offered this year, there truly is something for everyone. Don’t miss out; view our online catalog and register today at eveningclasses.org.
Free class? Yes, please! Enter to win one of five classes featured in our weekly Instagram Giveaway. To enter, follow us on Instagram, like the post, and tag a friend. Giveaways will be announced every Wednesday.
Looking for other ways to support USN Evening Classes? Please volunteer to be a greeter. It's a fun and easy job with a minimal time commitment of 1.5 hours on Monday and Thursday nights. You will welcome instructors and students to our campus and escort them to their classrooms. Sign up here.
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