Classes, Courses, Education, Learning for Atlanta Seniors
It's always fun (and good for the mind and body) to learn something new, or to develop a talent you already have. There are classes on almost anything your mind can conceive, from computers, to ballroom dancing, exercise, painting, riding motorcycles and the list goes on and on.
A great place to start looking for classes is your local Senior Center. Most classes will require a nominal fee, while some are included with membership.
Other places to look include your local Parks and Recreation department, a cultural center or places of interest like the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Some of you may be near a branch of a college or university that offers outside classes.
Sharing a learning experience with a loved one can build a stronger relationship.
If you can't find someone to go with, treat yourself. Taking a class is a perfect way to meet new people who share your interests.
Go for it. Getting out of your "comfort zone" grows new brain cells and makes you feel young and energized.
|A Computer Partner|
Affordable, personalized, computer repair at your location ~ from software upgrades to hardware installations, to wi-fi networking, wireless accessories and more. If we can't fix your issue, you don't pay.
|Gwinnett SenioR Learning Center|
The Gwinnett Learning Center is dedicated to training seniors age 50+ to use Windows-based computers. We teach topics such as email, Internet, photo editing, spreadsheets, and word processing.
|Gwinnett Senior Recreation|
The Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation Senior Centers offer a variety of trips and special events. Classes include: arts and crafts, exercise, line dancing, bridge, tap dancing, clogging, and computer training.
|Senior Connections Senior Services|
Whether you are looking for classes and activities, or private home care, meals-on-wheels, home repair, aging-in-place home conversion, or assistance, Senior Connections is your one-stop answer.