Frankenmuth Community Education
Frankenmuth Community Education is located at 525 East Genesee Street. The Frankenmuth School District Office and Community Education hours are: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4pm.
Frankenmuth Community Education Activities
Understanding Android – Sept. 26, 6-8:30pm, FHS Media Center, $49.
Essential Oils – Sept. 26, 6:30-7:30pm, FHS Lounge, $20.
Scrapbooking with Lynne – Sept. 26, 7-9pm, FHS Room 9, $20.
Beyond Your Android Phone/Tablet - Oct. 3, 6-8:30pm, FHS Media Center, $49.
Bruschetta Bar Class – Oct. 5, 7-9pm, FHS Lounge, $25.
Frankenmuth Community Education Trips
Cranbook House Tour and Tea - Enjoy a tour and high tea in the elegant setting of Cranbrook House, a National Historic Landmark and the oldest manor home in metro-Detroit. The historic English-Tudor estate was designed in the Arts & Crafts style by noted Detroit architect Albert Kahn for the founders of Cranbrook, newspaper mogul George Gough Booth, and his wife, Ellen Scripps Booth. Our docents will introduce you to the Booth story as they highlight beautiful furnishings, tapestries, and paintings by world class artists along the way. Wednesday, October 11, 11:30am-5pm, $79. Tour, tea and escort included.
Amish Country Tour and Wine Tasting - We are off to Clare where our stops include: shopping at the Amish bulk food store, local quilt shop, wood working shop, Hochstetler’s General Store, and lunch prepared using no electricity by Lydia Yoder. We will also be stopping at Coon’s Berry Farm and Currant Mist Winery, in Coleman and of course our new favorite stop Cops and Doughnuts. Fee includes transportation, Amish trivia, Amish documentary, lunch, and escort. $59, Tuesday, October 24, 9am-6pm. Reservation and payment deadline Tuesday, September 26
Frankenmuth Youth Programs
Mini Youth Community Singers – Oct. 3, 3:30-5pm, FHS Cafeteria, no charge.
Bronner Performing Arts Center
The Game’s Afoot premiere - Muth Community Players presents The Games AFoot, In the vein of "whodunit" murder mysteries, the plot takes many twists and turns. When a murder happens at the mansion that evening, Gillette puts his Sherlock Holmes skills to the test in an attempt to solve the crime before something else goes awry. The script is well-written with nary a misstep. October 20 and Saturday, October 21 at 7pm in the Bronner Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $10. Call (989-652-6351) for tickets.
Love to Sing? We want you. Join us in the newly formed Youth Community Choir, directed by Mary Paige Rieffel. No matter what your ability Muth Youth Community Singers is a place where anyone can learn to sing and have FUN doing it. MYC Singers offers students in grades three through eight the opportunity to learn and perform at three upcoming productions scheduled at the Bronner Performing Arts Center. Rehearsals are scheduled Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5pm in the Bronner Performing Arts Center Lobby, beginning Tuesday, Oct. 3. You can choose one, two or all three performances. The first performance is scheduled for October 23 at our Monster Mash Halloween Bash, the second is An American Salute scheduled for Friday, Nov. 10 and the last one for the year is scheduled for Christmas At the Bandstand on Friday, Dec. 15. You can register by calling (989-652-6351) or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Come join us and SING!