It is that time of the year again. Summer is winding down, schools will soon be opening, and the Academy for Lifetime Learning is ready with an exciting new fall schedule.
If you are interested in art, we offer a class that takes you to the studios of four local artists. If you would like to know some of what the Shore has to offer, there is a course called Lunch and Learn which will visit four ESVA locations as well as the Norfolk Botanical Garden. If fitness is your thing (or you wish it were), sign up for bocce ball, flexibility training, line dancing, or pickleball. There is a class on beekeeping. Local sculptor Guy Shover will demonstrate the lost wax method of casting metal in his studio. For game lovers, we will be offering American mahjong.
There are many new classes this fall and some longtime favorites such as Bite Size Book Club and Ethical Dilemmas. They have too many new courses to list here. So, check them out on our website (www.allesva.org) beginning August 15.
For a one-time semester membership fee of $25, you can take as many of these classes as you can fit into your schedule. Go to our website to find out the dates, times, and locations of the classes you wish to take.
The Academy for Lifetime Learning is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization whose members share a love of learning. We use the funds raised by our membership fee to offer scholarships to graduates of Eastern Shore high schools every year.