Community Education Programs


Retirement Planning Today 

Dates: Wed. 5/30-6/6/2018; 6-9pm, 2 sessions 
Location: Hyannis Center, 540 Main Street, Hyannis
Course Code: WPG169-67
Free section for guest: WPG169-69

Cost: $49
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Mon. 6/4-6/11/2018; 6-9pm, 2 sessions
Location: Hyannis Center, 540 Main Street, Hyannis
Course Code: WPG169-64
Free section for guest: WPG169-66

Cost: $49
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You’ve worked hard to provide for your family and save for your future. Now, there is a course that teaches how to keep more of what you earn and make your money work harder for you.

Whether you are just beginning to develop a retirement plan or rapidly approaching retirement, you should enroll in this course. You will learn how to define long-term goals and return from the class with practical information you can apply immediately.

This course includes a 224-page illustrated textbook. Couples may attend together for a single registration fee. Contact Tracey Wessels for more information at 508-375-5013. Class sizes are limited.

Nutrition: Eating for Wellness, Meal Prep Made Easy!

Dates: Tues./Fri. 7/24/18 & 7/27/18; 10am-12pm, 2 sessions
Location: Cape Cod Community College, Grossman Commons, Zammer Dining Room, 2240 Iyannough Road, West Barnstable
Instructor: Barbara Blackwell
Course Code: WHN120-65

Cost: $59
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Struggling to eat healthier and don’t have the time or energy for complicated recipes?
Join us for this two-part workshop to learn how to make quick, easy, nutritious AND delicious meals. Sessions include nutrition education, cooking demonstrations, recipes, and taste tests. Cook book included.

Fiction Writing & Publication with Best Selling Author Kathryn Knight

Dates: Thur. 6/7-6/28/2018, 2:30-5pm, 4 sessions
Location: Hyannis Center, 540 Main Street, Hyannis
Instructor: Kathryn Knight
Course Code: WED085-62

Cost: $119
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Kathryn Knight, a bestselling paranormal romance author traditionally published by The Wild Rose Press, will teach the elements of successful fiction writing and outline the various options in the rapidly changing publishing industry. Key concepts such as voice, POV, the hook, Goal-motivation-conflict, and character development will be discussed. Query letters, common pitfalls, and idea inspiration will also be covered. Finally, avenues to publication - from self-publishing to small and digital presses to seeking agent representation - will be explored.