Join with SAGE Community students for a four- week journey that will take you into the lives and works of renowned artists; learn reasons for and experiences of the second World War; explore the Power of Humor; Introduction to Research Ethics; the Chemistry of Everyday Life; Music after the Romance, a music appreciation course, and more.
All taught by outstanding faculty. Choose four courses out of fourteen offerings for a flat fee of $65 and enjoy the adventure of learning with men and women who will be making SAGE their number one commitment in the New Year. Enjoy a full day of activity each week that includes interesting classes, lively discussion around the lunch table, meeting new people and making new friends.
SAGE Community is Summit County's Lifelong Learning program for persons 55-plus, held in partnership with The University of Akron Institute for Lifespan Development and Gerontology, and is located at Christ Church Episcopal, 21 E. Aurora St. in downtown Hudson.
While SAGE is not affiliated with any particular church doctrine, this program location provides easy access to residents of Summit and adjoining Counties.
The Winter Session of SAGE Community is scheduled on four consecutive Jan. 31 Feb. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. For program details and registration, go to: sageontheweb.blogspot.com, or call 330-288-8809. In-person registration accepted on the first day of classes.