NEW Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 is here!
Check out our many new courses along with returning favorites
If you are a Newport News Shipbuilding retiree, losing your medical benefits and would
like to learn more about your health care benefit options....
Don't Miss Out on Margaret Mondul's class
65 Years Young, What Medicare Means to You
Thursday, Oct 17: 10-12 noon
Verena at the Reserve
4300 Mooretown Road (near K-Mart)
If you have any questions, please call the office 757-258-0182 Mon.-Fri.
Registration begins Sat. Sept 7th.
By Mail: course schedules in print
In the Virginia Gazette
In the WJCC Libraries
The Williamsburg Area Learning Tree (WALT), a Public Service project of the Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists, is a not-for-profit education program that brings you and your neighbors together to share in the excitement and fun of learning. Individuals in our community have stepped forward to offer their knowledge of a subject that they love so that the rest of us can learn from them. With the help of these people and many businesses and service organizations, we present this catalog of classes.
Classes are offered to everyone in the community from teenager to senior citizen. Look over the listings. If you have questions, call our staff. Carefully fill out the Registration Form and mail it with a check to the address provided or register on-line with PayPal. Registration will continue until a class fills or starts. Refunds are available until one week before a class begins. Scholarship help is available.
We are indebted to: Williamsburg Unitarian Universalist, Verena at the Reserve, Oller Studio, Confucius Institutes College of William and Mary, Anahata Yoga Center of Williamsburg, Walsingham Academy, Computer Concepts of Williamsburg, James City County , Jamestown Professional Park, Edward Jones, Williamsburg Physical Therapy, Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce, Bay Aging Community - Parker View Apts, Williamsburg Regional Library, York River Yacht Haven, Eco-Discovery Park.
We are always looking for new instructors. If you are interested in teaching a future WALT course, give us a call or see the "Want to teach a course?" materials from the menu in the left column above.
New Classes for the Fall 2013 session were posted on Saturday September 7th
Registration is available on line through PayPal and by mail.
If you have any questions or suggestions contact:
Jill Whitten - Program Coordinator
Williamsburg Area Learning Tree (WALT)
3051 Ironbound Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185-2391