Classes and courses for older learners - Albuquerque Journal

Classes and courses for older learners

You’ve always wanted to take a course in New Mexico’s archaeology. Or learn more about local songbirds. Or maybe you’d like to take a lifelong interest in journaling to the next level with a writing class.

For folks age 50 and over, Oasis offers short-term classes in arts, the humanities, wellness and health and a lot of other subjects.

Programs are offered at the Oasis office, 3301 Menaul NE, Suite 18, in the American Square Shopping Center, and at other venues around town.

Single classes start at $8-$10.

Classes and programs run Jan. 8 through April 26 with registration continuing throughout the term.

The 2019 Spring Catalog of Programs is available at Albuquerque libraries and senior and community centers, as well as online at oasisabq.org.

In addition, the University of New Mexico’s Continuing Education division, ce.unm.edu, and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, ce.unm.edu/enrichment/osher, have offerings that appeal to older learners.


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