With the New Year approaching, we bid a fond adieu to 2018. On behalf of your Front Range Forum Board, we wish you and yours a joyous holiday season and a fruitful new year.
This Winter Session offers a myriad of classes that should entice one and all. The selection is varied and should whet the appetite of the curious.
We have had a very successful 2018. Not only have we offered an outstanding variety of classes; but we have expanded our FRF Summer Program that has presented a variety of films on song and dance masters from past cinematic treasures – Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. FRF Reads has taken on new members who bring a renewed interest into subjects that are varied and challenging. FRF Goes to the Movies has offered tantalizing films that pique our curiosities. FRF Lunch and Learn was inaugurated to bring our members together for insightful discussions. FRF Guest speaking events open vistas to important issues of the day. FRF April Shakespeare Event presented varied scenes and clips (with merriment abounding!) appreciating the Bard’s works.
And so, we enter upon a new year. Relying on our past performances, FRF is vibrant and ready to meet the challenges of a new day.
IMPORTANT NEWS FLASH!
Starting with the Spring 2019 Session, FRF will ONLY do on-line registration. Paper registration forms will no longer be available or used. However, you will still be able to get help registering at the Meet the Facilitators event at the beginning of each term.
A class lottery will take place for any class where the number of registrations exceeds the class size limitation set by the course facilitator. Question: What if I register early? Do I get my preference to a class or classes I wish to take? The answer is No. As long as you register during the enrollment period, you will be registered but not guaranteed a place for the class or classes of your choice. New members are automatically admitted to their first-choice class. Former facilitators with a valid voucher may exercise their right for automatic admission to their first-choice class.