IRASBURG — The University of Irasburg is officially open, taught by the community and for the community, with classes getting underway in April.
And don’t worry, you won’t need to fill out a FAFSA form to attend, because all courses are free.
Anyone can teach a course at the University of Irasburg, and anyone can take a course.
So far, there are 15 courses scheduled in 2019.
Courses range from “Kitchen Table Science,” taught by Phillis Mosher, to “How to Cook a Bear,” taught by Randy Royer, a master meat cutter.
For a full list of courses being offered, visit: https://bit.ly/2U7GTbz
Classes will be taught at The Barn, located at 4752 on Route 14, or at the Irasburg Library.
The University of Irasburg promises to be a place to meet new friends, learn new things, and discover all that the community has to offer.
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