Current Class Offerings

If you are a Licking County senior citizen, you can register for classes at Heritage Hall with the receptionist at 1058 E. Main St. or by calling 740-345-0821.  If you are from one of our neighboring counties or not a senior citizen, you can register for classes by e-mailing us at: lccs “dot” freejohn “at” gmail “dot” com .   If you would like a sign-up form for the current session to mail in with your fee, please click on this 2017-J&J_classroom_signup_sheet.


The following computer classes are being offered at this time:

June (starting the week of the 12th)

Mondays and Wednesdays (for three [3] weeks)

2:30 pm-4:30 pm: Computer 2:”Everyday Computer Basics with Windows” (John Kennedy), for those that are starting out with computers and what to know what to do and how to do it; or for those that have been using a computer but finding that they really don’t know what they are doing or how they should be doing what they want to do.

Tuesdays and Thursdays (for three [3] weeks)

2:30 pm-4:30 pm: “Introduction to the Linux Command Line and the Linux File System Layout” (Ken Bixler), great for beginners interested in using a tool that makes completing tasks easier and how the file system is the same and a little different than the Windows file system.

July (starting the week of the 10th)

Mondays and Wednesdays (for three [3] weeks)

12:00 n-2:00 pm: “Navigating the Internet” (Jim Hannahs), perfect for those that are new to computers and wanting to learn how to get around safely and securely; or for those that want to improve their Internet skills (especially with the security threats that are going around).

2:30 pm-4:30 pm: Computer 3:”Beyond Computer Basics” (John Kennedy) Students should have completed the “Everyday Computer Basics” class before this class. This class is perfect for those that want to go further in mastering the use of the computer.

5:00 pm-7:00 pm: Computer 1:”Computers for the Total Beginner” (Jim Holton), perfect for those people that have just received/bought their first computer and want to start at the very beginning. NOTE: This will be the last time this year for this class.

Tuesdays and Thursdays (for one [1] week, July 11th and 13th) – Mini-Workshop

1:30 pm-4:30 pm (note extended class time): “Understanding Windows 10: Creator’s Edition” (rolled out Spring 2017), for those that are experienced computer users but new to Windows 10 or having trouble keeping up with the changes. This mini-workshop will go over some of the new features of this newest edition of the “always updating” (there might be another upgrade in the fall) Windows is a “service” operating system. Cost for this mini-workshop is $10.00. If this mini-workshop is filled up, another one may be scheduled for the following week.


Waiting/Interest list for the following programs are available. If there’s enough interest, we will try to get a teacher and schedule the class during one of the open times. Please indicate which times you can attend along with your name and phone number so you can be contacted. Here are the classes:

No list at this time.