Join Community Development Educator, Tiffany Macke, for a series of six free classes starting January 13. During this series of workshops entitled iDREAM, Make Time to Dream, participants will take a personal inventory to help generate ideas and provide a path for the future, learn visualization and action tools to help turn ideas into reality and learn the importance of accountability.  Other topics include why it’s okay to fail, and the importance of daily celebration and gratitude. 

Each class builds on material from the previous class. All classes are free and will be held at the Marshall Public Library, 612 Archer Avenue from 5-6 pm. The dates for the classes are January 13, 27, February 10, 24, and March 9 and 23. You do not need to register to attend. Questions can be directed to the Clark County Extension Office at 217-826-5422.

The iDREAM adult program is a spin-off from the iDREAM, iCREATE curriculum offered to grades K-12 at Marshall Public Schools where students learn to navigate the world of dreaming, goal setting, creativity, and entrepreneurship.

University of Illinois Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment.  If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate, call your local Extension Office.