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Harbourfront Toronto Artsy Courses Fall 2011

From a media release:

Let your creativity flow at Harbourfront Centre!
Courses & Workshops for youth, adults and families start this September!
TORONTO, ON – Discover your inner artist, writer, chef or fashionista at Harbourfront Centre’s fall season of Courses & Workshops. The new term begins this September and offers a rich spectrum of funand challenging courses designed to bridge the gap between learning and contemporary culture.

Each season, Harbourfront Centre offers crafters and culture vultures of all ages the opportunity to embark on a learning experience led by talented local craftspeople. From structured educational workshops to spontaneous discoveries, youth, adults and families can explore the diverse world of art and culture from local, national and international perspectives.

A few tips to enhance your learning experience at Harbourfront Centre:

Come with an open mind: Individuals seeking a creative outlet will find that Harbourfront Centre provides a dynamic, enlightening and inclusive place for people of all ages and backgrounds to learn. With an exciting array of cultural, educational and recreational programmes to choose from, there is a course or workshop to suit everyone’s skill level and interest.

Don’t worry about time commitments: Harbourfront Centre’s four and six-week courses open the doors for those looking for new and exciting hobbies, while our one and two-day workshops offer just the right amount of instruction for those who want to meet new people and try something new without the long-term commitment.

Get ready to have fun: Harbourfront Centre’s team of qualified and friendly instructors help both novice and experienced students feel comfortable in the classroom. These fun, affordable and innovative classes are designed for people who want to learn something new and develop their artistic talents. Harbourfront Centre is the perfect environment for individuals to boost creativity and expand their social circles with like-minded individuals!

The fall Courses & Workshops session runs from September to December 2011. Register early as each programme requires a minimum number of participants to run. To register or for more information, the public can call 416-973-4093 or visit

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