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WXVU Main Line News Minute – September 19, 2022

Written by on September 19, 2022

By: Gabriella Raful

The Wayne Art Center is back to a full schedule of classes after several years of limited classes due to the pandemic. The center provides instruction in art, music, and culinary techniques for children, teens and adults at all levels. Wayne Art Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the community through the arts.  Classes include painting, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry making, pastels, stained glass. The Center also offers lessons in cooking French, Spanish and Moroccan cuisine as well as wine pairing and more. Both in-studio and online fall classes begin Monday, Sept. 19. The center offers a youth and teen program, beginning Oct. 26, and is available for enrollment. Private lessons are also available. During a tour of the facility Wednesday afternoon, Nancy Campbell, executive director, proudly said that the instructors are experienced artisans, crafters and musicians and teach at all levels. Signup information for classes is by calling 610-688-3553. 

In other news, newly designed driver licenses will soon be available for Pennsylvania drivers. The licenses and identification cards are part of the department’s ongoing security enhancements. The new products will first be available at the Summerdale Driver License Center in Enola, Cumberland County beginning Monday. Then by mid-November, all driver and photo centers across the state will transition to the new licenses. The new licenses will be phased in over the next four-year renewal cycle and will replace existing ones. Both current and new card designs will be in circulation during the transition period. “The update is an important component of PennDOT’s ongoing work to enhance and protect the integrity of the driver license and identification card issuance process,” PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian said in a press  release. The license looks slightly different at first glance from the previous version with some driver information rearranged on the card. PennDOT says the cards also have additional enhanced security features that improve fraud prevention and protect from counterfeiting and alteration.