Coronado Adult Education has six, fantastic fee-based classes starting in October.

Have you been looking for a fun dance class that gets you moving and meeting people? Instructor John Nagael has two back-to-back dance classes, both starting Oct. 5. Or maybe you have always wanted to learn to paint? Instructor Samifa Rostamabadi will get you painting with acrylic paints in just six weeks. Perhaps you want to design a beautiful mosaic piece for your garden. Join Kristine Green in the Basics of Mosaic Art, and make something for yourself or a loved one. Both art classes begin in late October.

Also at the end of October, we have two Spanish classes. For the beginner, we are offering Questions to Help You to Converse in Spanish. And for the intermediate or advanced student, Lorena Baca is teaching Journey to 21 Spanish Countries.

All classes are open to residents and non-residents. For these classes, students must be at least 18 years of age or older. Classes are held on weekday evenings and will be taught in person.

NOTE: The Coronado Adult Education Program will follow public health protocols consistent with industry guidelines for the K-12 school sector. Current guidelines require universal masking indoors, regardless of vaccination status.

These classes are fee-based and may have a supply list or materials fee. For more information on these classes or our free career education and ESL classes, please visit our website at: Questions? Contact the Adult Education Service Center located at the Coronado District Offices, 201 Sixth Street, Coronado, CA 92118, tel: (619) 522-8911 or email:

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