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Everyday Etiquette Class for KIDS! This weekend!

Original post made by JF on Feb 23, 2009

Who wouldn't want words such as, "polite," "helpful," and "pleasant"
to be used to describe their child? This fun, interactive weekend
program uses role-playing exercises to instill leadership and
communication skills, self-confidence in awkward situations, and
courtesy towards others. Topics include: making proper introductions,
writing thank-you notes, polite conversation, the ABCs of table
manners, American & Continental Styles of eating and more. Includes a
three course tutorial lunch and certificate of completion.

Friday 2/27 5-6:30pm
Saturday 2/28 5-6:30pm
Sunday Luncheon 2/29 12-1pm

Red Morton Community Center, 1120 Roosevelt Ave., RWC 94061

If you are interested in signing up, you must pre-register through
Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services.

Web Link

Comments (1)

Posted by JF, a resident of another community
on Feb 23, 2009 at 1:48 pm

Correction. end date should read Sunday, 3/1.


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