We are excited to announce our Virtual SALLI (Senior Advocate Lifelong Learning Institute) Spring Classes. We will be hosting two Virtual Series, consisting of six classes each, on the Zoom platform. These classes are FREE and open to all ages.
History Bites Series
Join us weekly on Tuesdays from 10:30AM - 12:00PM, May 19 - June 23, to hear award-winning historian John V. Quarstein present fascinating short stories about Virginia history. This Series is in partnership with the Mariner's Museum.
May 19 - Virginia Scandals
May 26 - Southampton Insurrection
June 2 - Virginia Canals
June 9 - Victory at Yorktown
June 16 - Fort Monroe: Freedom's Fortress
June 23 - Hampton Roads Tourism
All About the Arts
Join us weekly on Fridays from 10:30AM - 12:00PM, May 22 - June 26, to hear local artists talk about their crafts. This Series is In partnership with Tidewater Arts Outreach.
May 22 - Art Appreciation
May 29 - Storytelling and Improv
June 5 - Release your Inner Songwriter
June 12 - Creative Writing Workshop Part 1
June 19 - Creative Writing Workshop Part 2
June 26 - History of Origami
Zoom is a free program and is simple to use. Once you register for the classes, we will send you instructions on how to load the Zoom program onto your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone. We will also be offering a Zoom practice session sometime next week, before the classes begin. Zoom is an interactive platform that allows for attendees to see one another and ask questions at the end of the presentations.
You can view a detailed description of each class and/or register HERE. For more information, call 757-724-7001.
Jeff Sodoma, MPA, Esq. is a lawyer based in Virginia Beach, Virginia
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