Art, exercise, music and more Lifelong Learning program set to start in Marshfield The Patriot Ledger

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Marshfield, MI Marshfield – The Lifelong Learning program will come back to life in Marshfield Senior Center. Marshfield Senior Center after closing down for two years because of the pandemic.

For registration of more than 12 spring classes as well as individual courses will be held between 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. Monday on April 25. The classes will include at least three or six classes per. Additionally, there will be the chance to attend a single class to stay engaged and active through creative exercises.

The classes consist of: “Spring Comes to Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary” with Doug Lowry of Mass Audubon; “Music from the British Invasion” with Larry King; “Great Decisions” with Rich Hansen; “Arthritis Class” with exercise expert Neil Sullivan; and “Getting the Most Value from Your iPhone” with Robin Billing.

Additionally, there will be “Barre exercise course” taught by Rena Thorbahn “Beginner Ukulele” with the South Shore Conservatory; “Edison Wizard or Pretender?” by John Sullivan; “Kung Fu for Active Seniors” with Sifu Mike Showstack; as well as “Hot topics at Beacon Hill” with state Senator. Patrick O’Connor and state Reps. Josh Cutler and Patrick Kearney.

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The Winslow House Lecture will look at “Downstairs-Upstairs: 18th Century Home Life” with Regina Porter.

There are also excursions in The Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis as well as The Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton and the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln.

The registration process will be held at the senior center following the kickoff event on Monday.

For more information, visit marshfieldseniorcenter.org or pick up a Lifelong Learning brochure at the Marshfield Senior Center, 230 Webster St. You can also call activities coordinator Merilee Comerford at 781-834-5581.


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