Sooke Region Lifelong Learning (SRLL) has wrapped up the winter learning session, with more than 170 people registered for the 10 program sessions in 2021.
This year, courses covered a range of interests, from world events to understanding brain injury to life after COVID.
SRLL has a call-out for courses and sessions for this fall.
Do you have an area of expertise that you wish to share in the form of a course? Is there something you would like to see in the next? All suggestions are welcome, whether you want to learn or host a session.
“Sooke is filled with knowledgeable and skilled people,” said Chris Moss, SRLL chair. “We would love to hear from anyone who has an idea for a course. We can help you turn your knowledge into a course, so our community can benefit from your wisdom and experience.
Course suggestions can be forwarded to Chris Moss at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Depending on the pandemic path, courses may take place on Zoom with an eye on an eventual return to in-person gatherings. Classes will continue on Tuesday and Thursday from 1 to 2:30 p.m.