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Classes starting soon for Williamsburg Area Learning Tree

Along with The Christopher Wren Association for Lifelong Learning  the Williamsburg Area Learning Tree (WALT) offers 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.

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

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How to sign up: Classes are open to everyone of all ages. Look
over the complete course descriptions including class locations that
vary. Register on-line through PayPal or mail in the form below
with your check. Classes fill up quickly so register early. Registrations are
accepted until the class begins.

WALT Classes this year include:

Family Caregiving: Beginner to Expert ,Dr. Mom’s Essential Oils First Aid, Interior Design Trade Secrets, Art with Forgotten Jewelry, Treating & Preventing the 4 main causes of Plantar Fasciitis, Mah Jongg Strategy, Medicare 101–, Make It & Take It: Beginner Painting, Principles of Training for Running, Aromatherapy 101 and Home Remedies, Paranormal Investigating 101, User Friendly Spanish–, Japanese for Beginners–, Adventures in Sailing–, Past, Present, & Future: Williamsburg Geology–, Household Document Organization – The Process–, Coffee House Drawing for all levels–, Hearing: How it Works & Its Influence on your World–, Riding the Rollercoaster: Is it a Seller’s Market or a Buyer’s Market?–, Adult Social Dating Sites for Newbies-, Intro to Qigong–, Watercolor & Acrylic Workshop–, Savvy Social Security Planning–, Voice Coaches –, 65 Years Young, What Medicare Eligibility means to You–, Building & Playing a Didgeridoo–, Rhythm Moves Presents: Recreational Music–, Easy, Fun Energy Food in a Bowl–, Tidewater Intergenerational Orchestra–, Bridge for Beginners–, The 24 Form Taiji–, Beginning Blues Harmonica–, Intro to Guided Journaling for Health & Wellness–, Chinese for Beginners – Level 1, Retirement: Making your Money Last–, Household Budgeting–, Intro to Handmade Books–, Social Security: Your Questions Answered–, Boost your Health, Fun with Energy, Mozzarella 101, Telling Your Story: Journaling after Brain Injury, My Aching Back: 5 Key Self-Help Tips, Mah Jongg for Beginners, Bringing Balance to Your Budget, Strong Girl Leadership Training, Managing as a Caregiver: Make life Work, Create the Life You Want, Servants: "Downton Abbey" in America, Quiet the Inner Critic, Oils of the Holy Bible, Dynamic Communications,

Click here for class list

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.

If you have any questions or suggestions contact:
Jill Whitten – Program Coordinator
Williamsburg Area Learning Tree (WALT)
3051 Ironbound Road
Williamsburg, VA  23185-2391
757-220-9975
walt@wuu.org

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