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Williamsburg Area Learning Tree Classes for Fall 2012

For over ten years the Williamsburg Area Learning Tree has been providing enlightening, unique and fun opportunities for everyone, young and old, in greater Williamsburg to learn something new. From the beginning, as a public service project ,WALT has strived to create an environment for those who have an enthusiasm for a subject to share their knowledge with others. Today more than 50 classes are offered each spring and fall. This is only possible because talented people are willing to give of themselves.

WALT courses begin Sept.  2012  Classes are listed with their title, instructor, dates and times and are  available online at www.wuu.org/walt 

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Classes are open to everyone of all ages. Look over the complete course descriptions including class locations that vary. Register on-line through Pay- Pal or by mail. Classes fill up so register early. Registrations are accepted until the class begins..

Classes this year include:

Healthy Aging: Have your slice of the P.I.E., Coffee House Drawing & Watercolor Sketching for all levels, Interior Design Basics, Aromatherapy 101 and Home Remedies, Gentle Yoga, Medicare Basics, Household Document Organization , Create the Birthday Box Card, Beginning Blues Harmonica, Creating Your Ideal Life, iPad Essentials, Voice Coaches – Your Voice as Your Tool, Strategies for Women’s Well-being, Wedding Bouquet Floral Design, Natural History on DOG Street, Mozzarella 101, Painting in the Field, Make Fresh Homemade Apple Sauce, Boost your Health, Fun with Energy, Drastically Reduce Vacation Costs, Search Your Ancestors and Write a Family History, Treating & Preventing the 4 main causes of Plantar Fasciitis,Start Writing: After the Idea, Household Budgeting, Medicare Part D: Understand & Maximize your Drug Benefit, Windows 7 Computer Essentials, Your Life: Organized, Clean and Simple Cards, The Wise Use of Credit, Start Writing: Editing, Aging Safely At Home, Chickens in Your Backyard, Basic Wine Appreciation, Don’t Mix Politics & Investing, Native Plants for Wildlife and Beauty, Everyday Spirituality, Beginning Reiki, Extended Health Care Planning, Start Writing: Defeat Writer’s Block, iPad Essential Business Apps, Tips & Security, Annuities and Your Retirement, Make Cards that Explode, Pop-up or Move, It’s FISH for Dinner – Buy, Prep, Cook,MacBook & iMac Essentials, Strategic Attraction Plan for Ideal Job, 65 Years Young, What Medicare Eligibility means to You, Treating and Preventing Nontraumatic Shoulder Pain, Basic Bicycle Maintenance

Click here for fall 2012 classes

WALT is a not-for-profit education program that brings you and your neighbors together to share in the excitement and fun of learning.  Individuals in our community have stepped forward to offer their knowledge of a subject that they love so that the rest of us can learn from them.  With the help of these people and many businesses and service organizations, we present this catalog of classes.

For more information, call 220-9975.

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