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Ridgefield Continuing Education
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The Winter/Spring brochure will be mailed to area residents January 7. The course listings will be here on the web site (use index on left) before December 31 and also available in PDF format on December 17.
Download Fall 2013 PDF Brochure. - Covers classes starting in October, November, December, and January. The Winter/Spring brochure will be here December 17.
Click the topic button on Course Index (at left) to browse our detailed course information or Download a PDF brochure per above.
Suggest New Classes - fill out our interest survey.
You can start registering now!
ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED ~ the sooner the better! Classes start at various times year round. Call (203) 431-2812 or click Sign Me Up! for registration information. For over 30 years Ridgefield Continuing Education has provided courses that contribute to people’s employment, wellness, practical skills, and enrichment. Our programs are funded solely by course tuition and we thank the Ridgefield and nearby residents who enroll in our programs for their support. We offer several hundred courses annually. These courses include computers, photography, real estate, house and garden, fitness, wellness, art, knitting, history, and many more topics. These courses are available to people age 18 and older that live in Ridgefield and neighboring communities. Please browse our course selection and let us know if you have any suggestions.The Continuing Education office is in the Venus Municipal Building (use the RVNA entrance off Governor St., across from the Police Station). This location houses the Continuing Education office, all day classes, and all day and evening computer classes, and some of the other evening classes. Evening classes are located in several school buildings.
Adult Learning is a wonderful experience, especially when shared with a friend or a group. Give some thought to setting aside one night a week for the luxury of exploring something you are curious about and then sharing your viewpoints with others at a coffee shop or restaurant before or after class.
• Thank you to the Ridgefield Public Schools and the Town of Ridgefield for providing our facility space.
WEATHER AND LOCATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
If the weather is bad and there is no weather message here, try www.ridgefield.org . The information will be on the main page. If the weather gets bad after the close of school, check here, the radio, and (203) 431-2812 for a messge. Thank you.
When Ridgefield Schools are Closed, Continuing Education Classes are Postponed for both day and evening, regardless of location. Please attend your next scheduled class. A makeup session will be added to the end of the session and will be posted with that course description on this web site.
When Ridgefield Schools have an Early Dismissal, Continuing Education Classes that start at 1:00 p.m. (for both afternoon and evening) or later are Postponed to the next class. Please attend your next scheduled class. A makeup session will be added to the end of the session and will be posted with that course description on this web site.When Ridgefield Schools have a Delayed Opening, Continuing Education classes that start before 11:00 a.m. are postponed. Please attend your next scheduled class. A makeup session will be added to the end of the session and will be posted with that course description on this web site. Classes starting at 11:00 a.m. or later will proceed as scheduled.
To Reach Us
To reach us - feel free to contact us anytime. If you reach an answering machine, please leave a detailed message. We're either on another line or teaching a class and will contact you as soon as possible. You may send us feedback at any time. Fill out our Survey and either Email, Fax, Mail, or Phone it to us.
The Ridgefield Public Schools are committed to a policy of equal opportunity/affirmative action for all qualified persons. The District does not discriminate in any employment practice, education program, or educational activity on the basis of race, color, religious creed, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability (including, but not limited to, intellectual disability, past or present history of mental disorder, physical disability or learning disability), genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by Connecticut state and/or federal nondiscrimination laws. Inquiries regarding the District’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to: