CONNECT Community Education

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"Connecting the Community through Education"

 

CONNECT Community Education program provides our community with non-credit opportunities for education, enrichment, and adventure for all ages. CONNECT workshops cover a wide range of interests, from cooking and fitness to professional development and kids camps. Community Education workshops are not for college credit, and they are offered to students of all ages who want to further develop their skills, careers, and personal interests. To register for a CONNECT workshop, please visit our registration website.

 

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Hours:
Mon-Thurs: 10am-4pm
 
Fri: 10am-3pm
(530) 541-4660 x 717

 

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What's Hot in CONNECT!

Dr. BergnerWhole Food Made Delicious

This powerhouse cooking workshop will give you the tools and skills to make whole food taste delicious and appealing for the entire family.  Learn basics in knife skills handling, food prep and handfuls of delicious whole food plant based recipes.  Hear individuals’ experiences on the benefits of a whole food plant based diet and learn the science behind preventing and reversing disease and controlling your health through diet. 

  • Listen now for a FREE peek into the lecture portion of the cooking workshop. Compliments of Dr. Bergner, Barton Health Wellness Director: Part 1 / Part 2

 

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CONNECT
  • Megan Waskiewicz
    Megan Waskiewicz
    Director of Community Education
  • Allie Broadhurst
    Allie Broadhurst
    Program Specialist
  • Misha Case
    Misha Case
    Program Assistant

 

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