Sample activities, refine skills, socialize and pursue interests in an enjoyable setting. From dance instruction to cooking classes to courses about starting a business to fitness classes to professional computer instruction to daycations ... Adult Enrichment has something for everyone! District 196 Adult Enrichment is a fee-supported program that offers over 175 affordable classes based on community interests and needs. For more information, email a Community Ed registrar or call 651-423-7920. 

View current courses and/or register online.

Teach a Community Ed Class!

Do you have a special skill, hobby or interest to share? Community Education is always on the lookout for new instructors willing to share their expertise with the community. Enrichment class instructors are needed to teach classes for children, youth, adults or families. Propose a class using the course proposal form below. For more information on teaching a class, see employment or call 651-423-7925.

Course Proposal Form

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Instructor of the Quarter Angela Croisant

Angela Croisant has worked in the fitness and wellness industry for 15 years. Her expertise has proven to create positive health outcomes in the lives of others. She earned her B.S. degree in the field and is a certified exercise physiologist from the American College of Sports Medicine. She provides valuable guidance and offers fitness programming that fits within today's busy lifestyle and is the owner of Become Wellness LLC. 

Past students shared: Angela was excellent! Very well educated and organized. She was pleasant and considered everyone's struggles ... then made suggestions to make it a success for each person. 

Click here to view Croisant's classes.

For Questions About Adult Enrichment Contact

Matt McCabe, Adult Enrichment Coordinator, 651-423-7925