From composting to chemistry and cooking, JCCC offering free college classes April 20

JCCC faculty will be teaching free classes to anyone interested in attending April 20.

Would you like to go back to college — for free? If only for a day, your wish can come true. Johnson County Community College (JCCC) is holding its third Free College Day on April 20 and online registration is now open.

JCCC faculty and staff have volunteered to teach more than 200 classes from the arts to the sciences. The 45-minute classes will be offered at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. across the college campus that day. And as the name says — everything is free. During previous Free College Days in 2009 and 2011, the college welcomed between 1,500 and 2,000 people to campus.

Some of the classes to be offered are Marketing Your Small Business with Social Networks; Home Brewing for Beginners; What Food Can Tell Us About Class Differences in the Time of Downton Abbey; Learn Electronics in 45 Minutes!; Play Golf Like a Pro!; Introduction to Paranormal Research; Egyptian Hieroglyphs; Chemistry and Cooking; Shooting and Editing Video on Your iPad; Gifts of Writing; PHONEography; Backyard Beekeeping; Dairy-free and Gluten-free Desserts; Finding Family, Preserving History; Anyone Can Act; Chateaux of the Loire Valley; Composting and Emergency Readiness for Families, to name only a few.

A full listing of class offerings and a registration link can be found here.