Get outside. Get dirty. Explore. Outdoors classes can get you outside and enjoying the wonders of our community.
Centralia College is switching to ctcLink, a new, fully online, mobile registration system, on Feb. 8. Due to that transition, the last day to register for Continuing Education classes is Friday, Jan. 22. Registration will be blacked out for an unknown period of time starting Jan. 23. Read more about the ctcLink transition here.
Beekeeping is offered in two formats during winter quarter. Students can choose to take the class online or in-person. See below for details.
Your First Year of Beekeeping –Lewis County Beekeepers’ Association
What do you need to know to keep honey bees in southwest Washington’s unique conditions? Lewis County Beekeepers’ Association instructors with decades of practical beekeeping experience cover Bee Biology 101: setting up your apiary, getting bees and equipment, managing your bees through the seasons, dealing with parasites and diseases, producing honey, and more. Handbook for reference; PowerPoints and display items help students see what’s involved. Students who join LCBA can request a personal mentor and attend hands-on workshops. Questions? Email email@example.com or call 360-880-8130. Instructor: Bob Harris
Face to Face Option
Jan 9-Feb 20 Saturdays 9am-12pm Peace Lutheran Church, 2071 Bishop Rd.,
Code 6656 - Course CS 119A - $50
This is a fully online class through Centralia College Canvas & Zoom meetings with
live presentations, a handbook, slideshows, videos, web links, and Q&A.
Jan 9-Feb 20 Saturdays 9am-12pm VIRT
Code 6657 - Course CS 119B - $50
How to Register
In-person registration is not currently available. By order of the governor, Centralia College offices are closed to the public.
Register by phone using a credit card at 360-623-8940.
Fax your registration form with credit card information to 360-330-7106.