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Spring Classes Offered by Amelia Lifelong Learning

Feb 06, 2017 02:00AM
Looking for something new to do in 2017? Spring classes are now being offered by Amelia Lifelong Learning! ALL became an independent organization in 2016. The original organization was established in 1998 as the Nassau Institute for Continuing Education (NICE). It was dedicated to providing educational opportunities for adult learners. In 2006, NICE affiliated with the Florida State College at Jacksonville and the name was changed to The Center for Lifelong Learning. Since its inception, the organization has provided educational opportunities to over 1800 students. Spring classes are as follows:

Hemingway’s Nick Adams Stories Enjoy stories about one young boy growing to manhood in modern America Tuesdays 11 am to 12:30 pm | 2/21-3/28 | /$50 St. Peter’s Episcopal Church | Marilyn Wesley

The Geomorphology of Amelia Island Examine some of the important features that make this beautiful Island unique. Mondays 1:30-3:30 pm | 2/20 -3/27 | $50 Amelia Island Plantation | Robert Prager

Roman History – The “Eternal City” and our Eternal Culture Learn the history of ancient Rome and our legacies from the Romans. Tuesdays 10 am to Noon | 2/7 – 3/28 \ $50 St. Peter’s Episcopal Church | Tony Daniels

Spanish for Busy People Basic Level Learn the Spanish you need for travel abroad and practical use at home. Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30 – 11:30 am | 2/7 – 3/7 | $50 Amelia Island Plantation | Berta Arias

Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Read the play that is the greatest celebration of romantic love in Western literature. Wednesdays 10 am to Noon | 2/8 – 3/29 | $50 St. Peter’s Episcopal Church | Bernie McCabe

Introduction to Adobe Lightroom Learn to download and edit digital camera files to be ready for print and/or sharing. Wednesdays 1:30 -3:30 pm | 2/8 – 3/1 | $40 Fernandina Public Library Technology Center | Lea Gallardo

Masters of the High Renaissance II: Botticelli, Caravaggio, Brunelleschi, Masaccio Examine works of art that tell stories of authority, religion, beauty, and commerce. Wednesdays Noon – 1:15 pm | 2/8 – 3/15 | $50 St. Peter’s Episcopal Church | Sandra Dawson

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