CASTLE Lifelong Learning fall term begins Sept. 16
NEW ULM — A program of the Community and Seniors Together (CAST) organization, CASTLE Lifelong Learning begins its Fall Term of courses on Thursday, Sept. 16. Registration is now open.
CASTLE Lifelong Learning provides college-level courses in three terms (Fall, Winter and Spring) filled with classes in the arts, health, history, literature, music and much more. A minimum of 18 different courses are scheduled annually, but no tests, papers or grades.
There are no age requirements, and all adults are welcome to enroll. Your $100 individual enrollment fee is valid for attendance to all CASTLE programming for one year. Couples save $10 by enrolling as a joint membership.
The fall term includes: Celebrating a Local Business: A Visit to the Backerei; a three-part guided tour of the Brown County Museum exhibits (Becoming Brown County: The Land and its People, Traveling Brown County, 150 Years of the New Ulm Fire Department, Art and Artists of Brown County: The Gag Family, and Never Shall I Forget, Brown County and the US-Dakota War); a national monuments concert by the Mankato Symphony Orchestra in Mankato; a tour of the Classical Glass Studio in Henderson; a Conversation on Autism: A Developmental Disorder; and a three-part series on Stars of the Silver Screen featuring Walter Matthau.
For more information on and/or to enroll in the CASTLE Lifelong Learning program, call the CAST office at 507-354-3212, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or pick up a registration form at the CAST Senior Center in the New Ulm Community Center, 600 N. German St.