DANUM School Technology College is holding a special enrolment day tomorrow for its adult learning programme, with evening classes due to start next week if there is sufficient interest.
Courses available include making rag dolls, painting angels, sign language, guitar lessons, palmistry, French and German, digital image manipulation, tap dance and Asian cookery.
Enrolment takes place this week at the Upper School on Armthorpe Road between 10am and 3pm, and 6.30pm to 8pm tomorrow. Enrolment forms can be downloaded from the www.danum.org website.
GREAT Artists is the theme of Rachel Holland's 10-week course starting tomorrow at Doncaster Little Theatre from 2pm to 4pm. The illustrated course looks at the lives and works of famous artists and the places and subjects that inspired them.
AUCKLEY residents are holding another two-hour community clean-up and litter pick in the village tomorrow, with local people meeting next to the chip shop on the village green at 10am.
LEAFLETS explaining the switchover to digital televison and how the BBC can help elderly and disabled people with the process free of charge are now available at The Misterton Centre.
A POLICE and Community Together meeting will be held tomorrow at Rossington Memorial Hall in McConnell Crescent from 6.30pm for villagers to raise matters of concern with police and council officers.
DANUM MS, the Doncaster branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, is trying to rearrange its Christmas dinner after it was cancelled last month because of the extreme weather conditions.
TICKHILL and District Footpath Group will be heading to Carlton-in-Lindrick in Nottinghamshire on Sunday for a walk with Mick Green.
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