By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times, published April 11, 2001
SPJC to offer classes on condo regulations
St. Petersburg Junior College will soon offer courses designed to help condominium and cooperative owners manage their communities, comply with state laws and regulations and reduce conflicts among residents. The classes, funded by the Division of Florida Land Sales, Condominiums and Mobile Homes, address the nuts and bolts of cooperative associations, including regulations and financial management. Class materials were developed by Broward Community College and the non-profit Center for Community and Condominium Living and will be administered through nine community colleges in the state. The free, four-hour classes begin April 26. For information, call 341-4440 or 341-4445.
Dunedin Nature Center plans hike for kids
DUNEDIN -- The Dunedin Nature Center will have an interactive program for youngsters ages 3 to 5 from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Participants will discover tracks in the sand and mud made by various animals and insects and, weather permitting, make plaster casts of the tracks. Wear old shoes for wading. Fee: $2 with a Dunedin recreation ID; $3 for visitor's ID; and $4 without a card. The center is at 1910 Ed Eckert Drive (off Michigan Boulevard). To sign up or for information, call 298-3271.
Noted gardener will bring her work to talk
DUNEDIN -- Award-winning gardener Joyce Stiles Pollicina will bring her cactuses and bromeliads for a talk at the 9:30 a.m. meeting today of the Bay Bouquet Garden Club at the Dunedin Library, 223 Douglas Ave. For information, call Pat Wollman, 726-5066.
Dive in, because pool's open longer this week
DUNEDIN -- The Highlander Pool, 1937 Ed Eckert Drive, has a special open swim from 12:30 to 7 p.m. today and Thursday because of the school spring break. For additional information, call 298-3266.
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