The Division of Lifelong Learning has approximately 60 classes beginning in March, so there’s still plenty of learning to be taken advantage of this winter!
There are 15 computer technology classes to choose from, four of which were specifically developed with our 55+ learners in minds: Computer Basics, Level 2, Intro the Internet and E-mail, (Using) Web Cams and (Getting the Most Out of) MP3 Players or iPods.
In our Culinary section there’s still room in six offerings ranging in content from Plate Presentation to the Taste, History and Mystique of Single-Malt Scotch.
Our Global Cinema series features three screenings during the month, including Caramel (Lebanon, 2008); Lacombe Lucien (France, 1974) and Kings (Ireland, 2007).
If the printed word is your favored medium, there’s the final meeting of our NL Writers and Friends book club program, featuring Nellie P. Strowbridge, author of Catherine Snow: A Novel of the Last Woman Hanged in Newfoundland.
There are also classes in art (Florals in Pastel); photography (SLR Basics); rug hooking, coastal navigation; gardening and astronomy.
And for MUNPA members with a continuing interest in professional development, there are more than 15 professional development classes starting in March including, the what’s-proven-to-be very popular Managing Meeting Minutes (2nd section added!).
For a complete listing of what you could be learning this March, contact the Division at (709) 864-7979 or visit our website at www.mun.ca/lifelonglearning.