Continuing education is for everyone, regardless of age, skill level or profession.
Minot Public Schools has provided a host of community education classes for many years, and they are looking for new students to start in March.
Winter registration classes wrap up this week with lessons on Google documents, welding, watercolor and dance lessons.
Classes vary in registration costs and the funds are used for materials and instructor wages.
Spring registration begins on March 12 and the classes are open to the public.
Coordinator Alicia Shumway says that a popular spring class is an introduction to iPads.
Most classes are available in the evenings and Shumway says the classes are a great way to try something new.
(Alicia Shumway, MPS Community Education Coordinator) "It's fun to do something that the community is doing, to meet new people, to learn a new skill, a crafting skill, or skills on the computers. It's a great way to get to know people and to get involved."
Again, spring registration begins on March 12.
Available classes range from yoga to photography to grilling, just in time for summer.