Explorations Offers Varied and Exciting Spring Daytime Courses for Hopewell Valley Seniors

Explorations instructors; First row, Lesley Cohen Lee, Larry Mansier, Bill Guthrie. Back row, Colonel (retired) Bob Edwards & Laurence Shatkin. Missing, Al Fittipaldi.

Explorations, an all volunteer program offering daytime learning experiences for seniors, has lined up exciting courses for residents of Hopewell Valley and neighboring communities this spring.

Fly into battle with the Seventh Cavalry or contemplate nature and humanity beside a pond in Massachusetts. Come to grips with man’s grim struggle against conformity, enjoy great poetry, navigate the world of ethics or handle the tools and the products of native American Indians. It’s all out there in Explorations Spring.

Classes will begin the week of April 15, and registration closes April 10. All classes are held at the Pennington Presbyterian Church and sessions are two hours long. Classes are open to Hopewell Valley Seniors and seniors in nearby communities.

For the full list and detailed course descriptions, visit the Hopewell Valley Senior Foundation website at hvsfsenior.org.

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