UofL’s Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning has introduced a broad array of new personal enrichment classes for the fall.
Pottery making, poker playing, creative writing, film production, safe social networking and Flamenco dancing are a just a few of the latest classes offered.
These classes are for people who want to try something new, take their hobby to the next level, or simply want to get out and connect with others, said Anita Sturgill Block, Delphi Center assistant director.
Block said the center offers about 65 enrichment classes. Most take place at the university’s Shelby Campus. Classes can cost anywhere from $20 to $200, depending on the number of class sessions and such related expenses as supplies or books.
Among the new offerings Delphi staff expect to be popular are
- directing for video filmmakers
- writing for children
- backyard soil management
- home efficiency and solar energy workshop
- edible abundance at home
- wines of France
- family painting: it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
- improve your poker game
- beginner Pilates