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Adult Piano Classes at SUNY Potsdam
Learn to play the piano in a relaxed and supportive group setting. Throughout the course you will explore basic skills in topics such as reading music, harmonization, and playing solo repertoire, as well as other activities at the piano depending on request. Adults with previous piano experience who want to start playing again are also welcome! Piano II will be offered in spring 2016. (Students will purchase their own course workbook after class has begun for approximately $15.)
Dates: September 14 - November 23, 2015
Meets: Mondays from 6 to 7 p.m. (8 sessions) (no class 9/28, 10/12, & 11/2)
Location: Schuette Hall A122
Instructor: Michelle Martin-Atwood
An additional section may be offered from 7-8 p.m., if demand requires it.
To enroll, visit http://clear.potsdam.edu or https://clear.potsdam.edu/wconnect/ace/CourseStatus.awp?&course=151APD1012
- Under "Programs" select "Non-Credit Courses"
- Adult Piano is the very first program listed. Click on this and you will see the course description as listed above in the body of this email.
- Click on the "Enroll" button.
You may also enroll:
By email: clear(a)potsdam.edu
By phone: 315.267.2167 (Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)
By fax: 315.267.3350
In Person: Center for Lifelong Education and Recreation, 389 VHE, SUNY Potsdam
If you're at the State Fair this weekend ...
Clarkson's University's Northern New York Robotics Academy and its traveling Robot Zone exhibit will be at the New York State Fair this Saturday, September 5, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. both inside and directly outside the 4-H Youth Building/ Youth Center Complex of the Fair.
Faculty and students from Clarkson's Robotics Living-Learning Community and Robotics SPEED team will provide hands-on demonstrations of the FIRST pipeline of extra-curricular programs, as well as an in-class project based curriculum, developed for middle and high school classrooms using robotics technology.
They will also offer some research-oriented robotics, including a quad-copter and assistive robotic devices, such as the NAO robot, an autonomous, programmable humanoid robot currently being used at Clarkson in research to develop new strategies for teaching children with autism. FIRST stands for "For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology."