Classes for Fun


Crawford County Ghost Hunters

Oct. 15 • 7 PM

Join us for another evening with the Crawford County Ghost Hunters as they tell us about their most recent investigations. They will demonstrate their equipment and sound recordings. The program is free and open to the public.


Decorating Cookies & Cupcakes for Kids

Sept. 9-Sept. 30, Wednesdays 6-7:30 PM

Create fancy cookies and fabulous cupcakes!  The class will meet at the Robinson Community Center. Limited space is available. Children must be at least eight-years-old and all children must be accompanied by an adult.


Cake Decorating

March 10-March 31 • Wednesdays 6-7:30 PM

Students will learn basic decorating techniques for borders and flowers.  Supplies will be provided.  For youth and adults. Limit of 10 students.



Oct. 14-Nov. 18 • Wednesdays 6-7:30 PM
March 17-April 21 • Wednesdays 6-7:30 PM

An introduction for beginners and review of basic techniques for those wanting a refresher.  Participants should bring a size H or I crochet hook and Red Heart yarn in a pastel or bright solid color.  Appropriate for youth and adults.


Weather Spotter Training

March 18 • 6 PM

This class offered by the National Weather Service will train people on how to spot and report severe weather. Trained spotters coordinate with local emergency management officials and send reports of weather-based phenomena to the NWS.


Home Wine Making

Oct. 19 • 6-9 PM

You can make wines of your own choice at home and this class will show you how. You’ll learn the basics of preparation, fermentation, and maturation and about the equipment used to make wine. Students must be over the age of 21.


Citizens Police Academy

Sept. 10-Oct. 22 • Thursdays 6-9 PM

You've watched true crime shows. You've watched police action shows. Now you can get an inside look at how police do their jobs by hearing directly from them. You'll get hands-on instruction from local law enforcement officers. College credit is available.

Questions about the course should be referred to the Robinson Police Department, 618-544-2217.


Active Shooter Response Training

Lincoln Trail College and the Robinson Police Department are working together to provide active shooter response training to your business or organization. Our interactive, hands-on program teaches you techniques you can use in the event you ever have to deal with an active shooter.

Call 618-544-2217 or 618-544-8657 to learn how you can book a seminar for your business or organization.