Seniors looking for something to do this summer might consider one of the short courses being offered by the community colleges, or programs at the South Hill Senior Center.
A four-day workshop on symphony music is being offered at Spokane Falls Community College Aug. 11-14.
The workshop will be preceded Aug. 9 by a a chartered bus trip to Sandpoint to hear the Spokane Symphony perform at The Festival. Cost of the trip is $25, including the bus ride and concert ticket.
The workshop is being taught by Wayne Smith, music instructor at SFCC and a celloist with the Spokane Symphony.
A weeklong class on holistic health care is being offered at the Corbin Senior Activity Center Aug. 4-8.
A study into the lives of famous women is being held the same week at the Corbin center.
A class on national politics and the national interest is scheduled at the Corbin center on Aug. 5, 7, 12 and 14.
The South Hill Senior Center is holding a book discussion of the ‘Stone Diaries” by Carol Shields on Aug. 4. The same class is offered at the Hillyard Center the same day.
To register and get more information on the classes, call 533-3770. For information only, call the senior program at 533-3393.
In other activities, the South Hill Senior Center is offering a luncheon slide show on Sept. 2 on the 100-year history of the Spokane Interstate Fair. Author Diane Nebel, who has published a book on the fair, will give the presentation.
Reservations for lunch are required and can be made by calling 535-0803.
The South Hill Senior Center is also sponsoring a bridge party on Aug. 22. The cost is $5. To register, call the center.
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