Classes

104 Powell St
Centreville MD 21617
(410) 758-0848

Basic Spanish Class for the fall session of classes offered by Chesapeake College Continuing Education and Workforce Training Program. Basic Spanish is an introductory class designed for adult students with no prior Spanish experience or those who would like a refresher course.  The class will meet Mondays 12:30 – 2:30pm beginning November 5.


Adults
The Museum offers a variety of classes including drawing, painting, ceramics, printmaking, photography, watercolor, music and overall art appreciation for children, adults, educators, and families through educational programs and performances in its galleries and studios, and through outreach programs in the community.


Rainbow Plaza, 1543 Postal Road
Chester MD 21619

Visit our website for up to date class information.

FOR THE BEGINNER:


The Gallery Building, 212 West Main Street
Salisbury MD 21801

ARTIST  TRADING CARDS 

INSTRUCTOR: Barbara Israel

DAY:  Saturday

DATES: October 24



 

Chesapeake College

 

LIVING WELL CLASSES 

TO BE HELD AT GRASONVILLE SENIOR CENTER AND SUDLERSVILLE SENIOR CENTER 


213 N. Talbot Street
P.O. Box 636
St. Michaels MD 21663
410-745-2916

The Museum offers many opportunities for continuing education and lifelong learning. You can learn about the history and culture of the Chesapeake Bay and pass this information on to Museum visitors as one of our volunteer docents; engage in the hands-on activities of the Museum's Model Guild; or expand your horizons as a member of the Academy for Lifelong Learning.


400 Brookletts Avenue
Easton Md 21601
(410) 770-8010

Multi-Media Drawing Techniques Class 


The Senior Gathering - every Wednesday at SMCC from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Every Wednesday, Seniors are welcome to enjoy a delicious lunch and lots of fellowship with friends. The
seniors have a ton of fun with Bingo every 2nd Wednesday, art class with Marge Richardson every third
Weds. and a new activity or informative presentation is offered on the 1st and 4th Wednesdays of each
month. Call SMCC for more information.

Caregivers Support Group - A very supportive and informative group that shares information,


ABOUT THE INSTITUTE Established in 2001, the IAL features lifelong learning, luncheon lectures, and special events such as day outings to museums or other attractions within a reasonable driving distance. The IAL is an affiliate of the Elderhostel Institute Network, comprised of over 300 independent community-based organizations of retirement-age people who share a love of learning and a desire for sociability. The Institute offers lifelong learning to senior adults at a reduced cost. By paying membership dues, members are entitled to take as many IAL classes as they choose.


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