Fall 2021 resumes our lifelong learning classes with a selection of interesting RappCE courses. Courses fill up quickly, so check out the list below and register online. Registration closes on a staggered basis prior to each class’s first day. Classes are taught by volunteer instructors and are avocational, fun and interesting. We are glad to be back!
Start and end dates will vary depending upon the number of sessions. You can see the full class descriptions once registration begins. Classes are one to eight sessions in length, and cost between $10 and $50. You can register online or else print out the registration form and mail it in with a check or your credit card information.
SPECIAL NOTE: For the protection of our instructors and students, enrollees in indoor classes must be vaccinated. Thank you!
Your fellow Rappahannockans are teaching these classes during the Fall 2021 semester:
|Class Title||Name of Instructor|
|A Fresh Look at History||Fred Catlin|
|Beginning Fly Fishing||Roger Flinchum|
|Citizen Journalism 101||Alexander/Meyer|
|Current Issues in U.S. Politics||Brooks/Regnery|
|Kiser in Russia, and Beyond: Paths Least Taken||John Kiser|
|Learn to Play Golf||Doug Schiffman|
|Making Hay in Rappahannock County||Chris Parrish|
|Microsoft Excel||Donna Rose|
|Solar Storms and Space Weather||Art Poland|
|The Future of Money 101||Rich Spillenkothen|
|The Iroquois Influence on the U.S. Constitution||Jill Duvall|
|Today’s Middle East Hot Spots: Afghanistan, Iran, Lebanon, Israel-Palestine||Tim Nolan|
|Writing Fiction||Michael McLeod|