Learn. Create. Explore.
We are excited to host community favorite's like Kindermusik, Drama Kids, Snapology, Toddler Time Spanish, and more! Our workshops and programs help foster independence and confidence, even in our youngest participants! Learn something new, strengthen your motor skills, build new friendships, and create lifelong memories at The Community House with your friends and family.
For a current listing of our Programs & Classes, please click HERE!
“The Community House has great classes and programs. I have taken several fitness classes here and loved each one. The venue also makes a great place for a bridal shower or wedding.” – Christina O.
“In the past our son has gone to camp here and loved it and now our daughter started taking ballet classes here and she loves it! Friendly staff, beautiful atmosphere, and so many excellent programs and camps for children and adults. Highly recommended!” -Adelita R.
“They have really interesting classes and programs!! I've taken several classes already and they were all great!” – Meg G.
“Excellent classes, beautiful building, amazing event and support staff. If you're planning an event in the Birmingham, Royal Oak, or Ferndale area, consider having it at The Community House.” – Sam C.
“Good place to come for classes. Took a cooking class here with Chef Pam and it was educational....” – Amanda D.
“We have taken a number of classes offered by The Community House. All were by knowledgeable teachers that are experts in their area. One was about self publishing your book that was taught by a former Detroit Free Press Editor and currently a professor at Michigan State University. Same instructor also taught another class there that we took about starting your blog or website that was just what we both needed to get going. Every class and event we have attended was well organized and presented." - David M.
“While they produce a catalog full of classes with something for everyone (literally... music for kids, ballet for adults, meditation, senior fall prevention, hula hooping, etc.), I come for their cooking classes. They are demonstration style, so the instructor is cooking at the front, interacting with students, like Food Network Live with yummy samples! I actually prefer the demonstration style to hands-on classes because I take away a lot more. My attention is focused on all the instructor's hints and tips (and they have a lot!)." – Stace S.