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Scarsdale Adult School Spring Registration

Registration is now open for the SAS spring classes.

Scarsdale Adult School registration for the spring/summer semester is now open, for the 75th consecutive year. Printed 75th anniversary catalogs should have been received this week by those in zip codes 10583, 10530, 10605, and 10804, as well as those who have requested a subscription.

At more than 15 convenient local venues, new and returning faculty will be teaching enriching day and evening courses to adults seeking to satisfy their intellectual curiosity, learn new skills, and enjoy scholarly rapport with other members of the community.  This semester at SAS includes a wide range of humanities classes on art, architecture, economics, film, history, literature, music appreciation, religion and writing. It boasts hard to beat prices for all its recreational classes in dance, fitness, and games.

New this semester are many options for parent/child and entire families. The catalog has even more computer-related, home and garden, and personal organization classes in its skill enhancement course selection, along with unique courses in arts and crafts, cooking, photography, foreign languages, music, finance, and self-improvement. Health and wellness courses on nutrition, spirituality, and stress reduction round out the curriculum.

Receive the latest news on course changes or additions to the printed catalog by subscribing to the Scarsdale Adult School monthly newsletter. If you have not been receiving monthly e-blasts, go to the SAS website and click on the yellow and green “Subscribe to Newsletter icon near the bottom of the home page.

To enroll for classes and view all SAS offerings, visit www.ScarsdaleAdultSchool.org. Call (914) 723-2325 with any questions.

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