TROY — The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center will offer a variety of classes for teens and young adults beginning the first week of October. The classes include basic art skills such as drawing, painting and printmaking. Instruction in fine crafts, knitting, polymer clay, paper crafts, and interior design is also available to teens and young adults.
Do you know a creative teen or young adult who would benefit from an after school art or creative writing class? Recently retired Troy Junior High School Art Teacher Julie McMiller is offering an after-school art workshop for sixth through eighth graders. Troy Junior High School Language Arts Teacher Meredith Parris is offering a creative writing workshop for students in seventh through 12th grade, as well.
Introduction to Ballroom Dance with Instructors Ronnie and Cindy Mullins and Round Dance with Bud and Elaine Wintrow are great classes for teens to expand their knowledge and learn proper dance etiquette and techniques.
Every young adult learns how to use the Internet to research just about everything. This fall, however, Judy Deeter who is president of The Troy Historical Society, is teaching Researching Genealogy and History with Offline Sources.
For complete class listings including fees, class times, and registration information, see www.troyhayner.org or call (937) 339-0457.