Warren Forest Hi-Ed Council
Click Brochure, to register for Personal Enrichment Courses.
Bring a couple of your own photos and your camera manual to the first class. Learn what makes a good photo from composition to exposure, and how to manage their storage and backup.
Check for new class date, 6-hours, Monday, 6:00-9:00 p.m., Instructor: Karen Heltzel. Cost: $69.
Classes at a slower pace. Click Brochure, to view Computer Courses, or to register.
All classes are 4-hours, on Monday/Wednesday, from 6:00-8:00 p.m.at Hi-Ed, unless otherwise marked.
Call the JCC Warren Center at 814-723-3577, for more information, or click Brochure, to register.
You will not be registered for a class until payment is received. Minimum enrollment must be met before class can run. Students will be notified, if class is cancelled. JCC reserves the right to withdraw, cancel, reschedule, or modify any course or program of study. Tuition costs include lab fees and any instructional materials.
Educational and recreational opportunities presented by the Warren Center of Jamestown Community College in cooperation with Allegheny Community Center (ACC). Classes will meet at ACC, located on second floor of the TAWC Building, 42 Clark St., Warren, PA, unless otherwise noted.No tuition waivers.
JCC PrimeTime Series
Walking Tour of Warren State Hospital – Warren State Hospital has been an integral part of the community for
decades, yet very few of us know the history and significance of this institution. Enjoy a guided tour of the ground along with rare photos depicting its history and treatment options for patients. No cameras or videos allowed. Class will meet at Hi-Ed. Choose the day or evening session.
Watch for new class dates, Instructor: Brian Peterson, Cost: $15.
Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR)
Chapman State Park, 4790 Chapman Dam Road, Clarendon, PA 16313
Contact Jen Moore, Environmental Education Specialist at 814-723-0250, for more information, to register.
Night Sky Watch Programs – Visitors are welcome to bring their own telescopes as Tom will assist in setting them up. Please bring chairs, blankets and a flashlight. In case of clouds or rain, a planetarium program will be conducted at the beach house.
May 25 and August 24, Saturdays, 8:00 p.m. at the Chapman State Park Beach, Instructor: Tom Traub of Martz Observatory, Cost: Free, No registration required.