The Community Centred College for the Retired is offering a number of courses starting in January – and is always on the lookout for new programs to offer.
The Burnaby-based facility offers courses in the spring, fall and winter, with the next round of classes running January through March. Registration for the winter semester is Jan. 7 to 11 from 9:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. at 6650 Southoaks Cres. (no online or phone registration is available) and must be done by cash or cheque.
Upcoming courses include: desktop basics; load, file and edit (computer photo handling); photo book design; introduction to acrylics; knitting or crocheting; quilting; calligraphy; introduction to drawing; beginning mandarin; beginner and intermediate French; beginning Spanish; ukulele; voice class; a variety of piano classes; and genealogy classes.
For all the details about the college and its upcoming programs, visit www.cccrburnaby.org.
The college has a $10 membership fee for people over the 50, which must be paid once each school year. People who are under 50 will only be accepted if space permits, as priority is always given to those who are over 50, and they must pay an additional $15 per course.
The college welcomes input for future courses and is always looking for volunteer instructors who have personal expertise in various skills, professions or hobbies. Have an idea? Call the centre at 604-517-8732.