Registration open for FSU adult learning courses
FITCHBURG — Learn to play the harmonica, explore regional and international history, pick up some fitness tips or take a virtual culinary trip to Italy through Fitchburg State University’s Adult Learning in the Fitchburg Area (ALFA) program.
Registration opens today, Wednesday, Jan. 3, for ALFA’s spring programs, offering a robust array of non-credit daytime courses taught mostly at the McKay Complex at 67 Rindge Rd. Visitors may register online at fitchburgstate.edu/ALFA.
ALFA is a lifelong learning institute that offers non-credit daytime courses and special activities. It provides an opportunity for lifelong learners with similar interests to meet in an informal setting and pursue learning for enrichment and personal growth.
This spring courses include explorations of Autism Spectrum Disorder, the impact of economic and social inequality, Fitchburg’s industrial history and the Italian-American experience. Other offerings include fitness classes, guided meditation and courses on art and film.
The ALFA offerings also include group outings and free lectures. For a full list of spring programs and to register, visit fitchburgstate.edu/alfa.
ALFA is sponsored by the Center for Professional Studies and the Office of Graduate and Continuing Education at Fitchburg State University, in collaboration with volunteer representatives of the community. Classes generally will be held in the C-wing of the McKay Campus School.