South Campus Community Education

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The deadline to register for this course is the Friday before the start date. If you are late registering, please call in to find out whether an exception can be made (903.463.8765). 

$10.00$30.00

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Overview

Course Descriptions:

  • You've Written a Book, Now What?: Embark on your journey to becoming a published author with our insightful presentation. Explore a range of options tailored to your needs, from the autonomy of self-publishing to the support of hybrid and traditional routes. Learn the secrets of finding the perfect literary agent to represent your work and delve into effective strategies for marketing your book. Don't miss out on this opportunity to unlock the doors to your literary success!
  • Hatshepsut: The Woman Who Would be Pharoah: Ancient Egypt had several strong female rulers. However, most ruled as regents for young children. One female who ruled in her own right was Queen Hatshepsut, daughter of one pharaoh, wife to another, and aunt to a third. Hatshepsut took the throne of Egypt and made it her own. This presentation will cover the major aspects of her rise to power, control of that power and her withdrawal from political control.
  • Steamboats on the Red River: While the Red River of the South, which runs from Texas to the Mississippi River, is no longer a shipping conduit in Grayson County, steamboats once journeyed this far west. First, however, the Great Raft of the Red River had to be removed to allow shallow-keeled boats into a river that never had a predictable amount of water. Learn the fascinating history of the time when people and goods traveled on side wheelers on the Red River in this image-heavy and informative presentation.
  • Introduction to Square Dancing: Are you ready to experience a lively and joyous way to stay active, meet new friends, and have a blast? Join our "Intro to Square Dancing" class and discover a whole new world of rhythm, movement, and community!

Tuition:

  • $10-$30

Location:

  • Grayson College South Campus - Van Alstyne, TX