Want to learn how to make jewelry, play tennis or use a gun safely?
The deadline is Monday, June 24, to register for Session 4 of the Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Department’s arts, crafts and special interest classes and workshops.
Session 4 classes begin on Sunday, June 30, and end on Sunday, Aug. 25.
Classes for children as young as 4 include pottery, tennis and martial arts. Classes for adults ages 16 and older include art, jewelry, pottery, tennis, fitness, self-defense, preparing for death, and firearms instruction and safety.
Class descriptions, schedules, fees and registration forms are available online at http://www.pima.gov/nrpr/classes/index.htm or in the Pima County Special Interest Classes booklets available at Pima County Public Library branches.
Registrations are only accepted by mail. No faxed, phoned-in or walk-in registrations are accepted. Classes are filled on a first-received, first-registered basis.
Classes are held at six locations: A-Long’s Kung Fu Academy, 150 S. Camino Seco #12; Virgil Ellis Rifle and Pistol Range, Ajo Regional Park, Ajo; Flowing Wells Community Center, 1660 W. Ruthrauff Road; Northwest Art Center, 7770 N. Shannon Road; Omni Tucson National, 2727 W. Club Drive; and SE Regional Park Shooting Range, 11296 S. Harrison Road.
For class information, email LeisureClasses@pima.gov or call 520-877-6090.