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    Community School of New Hope-Solebury

    Have fun, meet people, and learn something new this fall at the Community School of New Hope-Solebury. With classes in arts, cooking, computers, hobbies, language, writing and more, there’s something for everyone.

    Classes for adults and families range from one-night sessions to eight-week in-depth courses.  Whether it’s computer classes to brush up your job skills or learn how to use eBay, the Community School’s instructors teach each student at their comfort level.

    Hands-on cooking classes feature new Vegan, Vegetarian, and Indian flavors. Fitness and dance classes during the day or night include Tai Chi, yoga, jazz, belly dancing and a new Friday night Country Line Dancing class.

    Since New Hope is known for the arts, there are classes in painting, drawing, print making, and crafts in flower arranging and upholstery. Photography classes include digital, iphotography, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.

    Those planning to travel or improve business skills can take Spanish, Italian, or American Sign Language.

    Writers can join a Life Storytelling Workshop and Creative Writing- Cross Genre.

    To celebrate New Hope’s uniqueness, there are classes in Aging Backwards, Angel Cards, Meditation to Reduce Stress, Numerology Bracelets, Ethical Wildcrafting, and Crystal Singing Bowls.

    Practical courses include Antique Clocks, Bicycle Repair, Container Gardening, and Home Downsizing. Game lovers can learn or improve their Bridge game or join a new class on playing Chess.

    The Community School was founded in 1978 as an independent, non-profit organization. Most classes are held evenings at New Hope-Solebury High School, 180 W. Bridge Street, in New Hope.

    Fall semester runs September 16th-December 20th, with classes beginning throughout the semester.

    See our brochures in local newspaper inserts or our website at www.csnhs.org, or call 215-297-0500.