Mid Michigan Community College is now offering lifelong learning classes for popular interests and hobbies. Expert instructors teach these classes at our conveniently-located campuses and within our local communities.
Monday, May 21
Take home your own “Chillin’ and Grillin’” serving tray just in time for the BBQ season! This serving tray is uniquely made using recycled wooden pallets. Participants will learn the techniques of weeding vinyl, stencil positioning and removal, and painting to finish their tray. This useful tray measures 12” x 20”, making it the perfect fit. Don’t miss this fun workshop!
Tuesday, May 22
Whether planning ahead or making decisions when a loved one passes away, this workshop provides you with the valuable resources needed to help pass on personal possessions. Leave this workshop with the knowledge to manage estate planning for non-titled property.
Wednesday, May 23
Hayes Township Hall 2055 E. Townline Lake Road Harrison
Join Chemical Bank, Banking Center Managers Katie Abbate and Jessica Barber, as they help participants discover the answer to questions like What is fraud and identity theft?, Why do thieves steal information?, How does medical identity theft happen? and What does a fraud scam look like?. Mid Michigan Community College, in collaboration with Chemical Bank and Hayes Township Hall, invite you to learn the keys to protecting your personal information.
Thursday, May 24
Mt. Pleasant Campus
Join Chemical Bank, Banking Center Managers Katie Abbate and Jessica Barber, as they navigate the credit pathway. Discover the best approach to take, and how to avoid pitfalls along the way. Participants will take topics step by step like taking control of your credit, learning credit facts, discovering the Four C’s, establishing credit, and more.
Wednesday, June 6
Learn to navigate the home buying process. Experts in home loans and home inspection join Teagen Lefere, Michigan State University-Extension Home Ownership Educator, in providing students with a fresh perspective on home buying and tips to avoid costly mistakes.
For more information about Mid’s Lifelong Learning Classes, visit midmich.edu/lifelonglearning or contact Carol Darlington at email@example.com or (989) 386-6625.