Boscov’s Campus of Courses

It’s back to the classroom for people of all ages! Boscov’s invites you to come back to the classroom for the winter session of our Campus of Courses.

Boscov’s is calling all students, of any age, back to the classroom for the winter session of their Campus of Courses. Boscov’s Campus of Courses is a series of educational seminars held in the department store’s famous Auditorium on a variety of fun subjects such as arts, crafts, fitness and health. So whether you have been wanting to learn more about how to become a volunteer firefighter or are looking for a few tips on taming your unruly pup, look no further than Boscov’s!

With over 30 courses to choose from, there is bound to be something that you find of interest. Most of these classes are free to the community and others have a very small fee associated with the course. Courses begin January 20th and registration is now open. So, be sure to click here and take a look at the courses available. If you see something of interest don’t wait too long, classes are limited in size and are filling up fast, plus registration is required.  To enroll in a course, please complete the registration form here and mail or drop it off at the Boscov’s Courtesy Desk or call Boscov’s Courtesy Desk at 410-931-2005.

If signing up for a class with a fee, payment is required at time of registration and may be made in cash, check or with a Boscov’s Credit Card only. Registration by phone will be taken only for those who are using a Boscov’s Credit Card or registering for a FREE class.

Here are a few examples of the courses being offered this winter!

Music and Movement  with Miss Jackie Morgan
Come join Miss Jackie’s Specialty Music Program for pre-schoolers featuring singing, dancing, instruments and yoga! Miss Jackie has 28 years of experience providing an age appropriate music program throughout Baltimore County schools, libraries, day cares and the YMCA.

Decorative Wicker Wreaths
Bonnie Davidson of Bonnie Crafts of Perry Hall

Accessorize a wicker wreath with silk florals, ribbons, bows, decorative birds, butterflies and more. Dress up any room, mantel or front door! Materials needed: wicker wreath, silk flowers, pick, bows.

Living With a Healthy Back
Dr. Daniel Cocks, DC - White Marsh Spine & Health

80% of Americans have lower back pain at some time in the lives. Back pain cost people and companies money with higher insurance premiums, co-pays and workers compensation claims. Learn the causes and solutions that are available to you.

Yoga with Jessie Benson (yep- that's me!); Aerobics & Fitness Assoc. of America, CPR & Yoga Fit Level 1 Certified
Jessie will be teaching inspiring vinyasa flow yoga classes that are grounded in the safety of exercise science and suitable for beginners. No previous yoga experience or knowledge is required. The flow style classes will include physical execution of 40 poses, transitions and modifications with an emphasis on effectiveness for all students. Yoga mat needed.

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Barbara High January 17, 2013 at 06:34 PM
What days and times do these meet?
Micki Wyatt January 17, 2013 at 06:46 PM
Ms. Barbara High - click on the link provided in the article to see the classes and dates/times they are held. Each class meets on different dates/times. If you see one that you want to register for, click the link in the article above where it mentions registration. Hope this answers your question.
Tim January 17, 2013 at 07:15 PM
Interesting. More opportunity for our population to get some much needed exercise and bring down those rising health care costs is always a good thing. Then they can go wreck it at Dairy Queen or something, ha.


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