Published by The Cape Gazette:
Classes on a wide array of topics for people 50 and over will be offered in Bethany Beach starting this September as part of the fall semester at Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Delaware in Lewes.
“The University of Delaware has a proud history as one of the earliest and largest lifelong learning programs in the country,” said James Broomall, associate provost for professional and continuing studies at the University of Delaware. “We are looking forward to further expanding our program in Bethany Beach this fall.”
Classes including history, art, poetry, humanities and lifestyle topics will be offered on Monday and Wednesday mornings for a 10-week semester starting Sept. 10, at the Bethany Beach Municipal Building and Community Center at 214 Garfield Parkway in Bethany Beach.
“We are pleased with the tremendous response we have received from the community to our plans to grow in the south coastal area,” said Broomall. “The hospitality of the Town of Bethany and the support of local volunteers have helped make this new endeavor possible.”
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