Registration for Spring 2022

Spring 2022 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 generally cost $24.99 each and run for one to nine weeks in length. You can register online or else print out the registration form and mail it in with a check or your credit card information.

Your fellow Rappahannockans are teaching these classes during the Spring 2022 semester:


Class Title Name of Instructor
Adult Mental Health First Aid Sallie Morgan
Citizen Journalism 101 Alexander/Meyer
Current Issues in U.S. Politics Brooks/Regnery
History of Russia and the Ukraine: Origins of the Conflict Fred Catlin
How the Middle East Sees the War in Ukraine Tim Nolan
Intermediate Fly Fishing Roger Flinchum
Making Mead and Hard Cider Dennis Kelly
Screenwriting Michael McLeod
Stories Written and Told Peter Hornbostel
The Federal Reserve Explained Rich Spillenkothen
The Founding Fathers, Ben Franklin, and the Iroquois–How the Iroquois Confederacy Helped Birth a Constitution Jill Duvall
What Happens When You Call 911 in Rappahannock County? Sean Polster
Why You May Be a Muslim Without Knowing It John Kiser
Writing Fiction Michael McLeod