Tuesday, March 1, 2011

It's almost time!! Check out our calendar!

Our March-April calendar is finally filling out! We've got a number of wonderful classes happening all around the city lined up for our first session. The classes we have so far are:
-Farming a city: permaculture intensive
-Worm Composting Extravaganza 
-Human Sexuality 
-Introductory Bicycle Mechanics 
-Suzuki Violin Practice Group
-Men & Feminism
-Films of the Czech Republic
-Food Manipulation
-Plumbing Basics 666
-Computer, Resume, & Internet Skills 101   
-Beginner & Intermediate Knot Tying
-Anarchy 101: An Introduction to Anarchist Thought & Practice
-Creative Writing
For dates, times, and other info, visit our calendar page.  You should also start seeing physical calendars posted up at different places around your neighborhood.
We have many more classes that we are still working toward getting on the calendar.  Most of the teachers of these classes only need to provide specific dates and/or locations.  So if you are a teacher who has proposed a class, or someone who is thinking of proposing a class in the future, please do everything that you can to have specific dates and locations for you class before you fill out a proposal form. This will make the next round of classes much easier for everyone.

Also, the Really Really Free Market has been set for March 13th at the Art House (1614 Esplanade).  Please come out!  The New Orleans Free School Network will be there along with some of the teachers for the courses in the upcoming session.  Students will be able to meet the teachers and sign up for courses at the Free Market.

Also, anyone planning on attending our next meeting (which would have been Monday, March 7th), should know that that meeting has been moved to Thursday, March 10th at 7pm at the Iron Rail due to Lundi Gras. Anyone is welcome to attend.

Happy Mardi Gras!

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