Registration for the fall PRIME Time series of personal enrichment classes offered by Northwest Florida State College begins Sept. 6 at the Niceville campus and South Walton Center. In-person registration at all seven NWFSC locations runs Sept. 7 until the first class session, space permitting.
The PRIME Time schedule of classes and information is available online at www.nwfsc.edu/schedule, at community locations such as libraries and Chambers of Commerce, or by calling the NWFSC Continuing Education Department at (850) 729-6084.
All PRIME Time courses are noncredit and are designed for personal enrichment with no grades or tests given. Classes are open to adults of any age, PRIME Time non-credit classes start in September, October and November and costs range from $5 to $75. Courses focus on computers, health, foods, fitness, politics, arts, gardening and more.
More than 40 courses are offered on the NWFSC Niceville campus. The 16 courses offered in South Walton and Destin include a new Lunch and Learn on “Titanic: The Ship of Dreams” offered at Rutherford’s in Destin.
The popular Chef’s Choice series will feature various area restaurants including the Grille at Kelly Plantation, Longhorn Steakhouse and the Melting Pot. Fitness 101 will be offered at the college’s Chautauqua Center in DeFuniak Springs.
New courses this year include “American Women in WWII – A Weapon Waiting to be Used,” Beginning Sign Language, Journaling Adventures, Astronomy, and Mosaics Magic: Beginning Stained Glass Mosaics.
In-person registration in Niceville Sept. 6 is from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Individuals that have previously enrolled may register online at www.nwfsc.edu starting Sept. 6 at 9 a.m. Registration continues at all seven NWFSC locations starting Sept. 7 until classes start or are filled.
PRIME Time participants receive the benefits of regular NWFSC students, including use of the library, access to special events, and FREE parking. For more information, call (850) 729-6084 or 729-6085.