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Creative classes offered in Pequot Lakes

The online classes are on photography and writing.

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PEQUOT LAKES — Pequot Lakes Community Education will offer the following classes for those looking to nurture their creative side. Register at 218-568-9200 or online at isd186.org.

  • Backyard Photography: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, online. Fee: $25.

Learn to compose, create backgrounds, focus and helpful apps and resources for fall photography.

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  • Writing Classes: Times vary, Saturday, Sept. 24, online. Fee: $25.

LeeAnne Krusemark offers three classes for aspiring authors: How to Write Your Life Story; Writing a Riveting Mystery, Suspense or Crime Story; and Explore the World as a Travel Writer.

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