Studies show that one of the best ways to keep the brain and mind resilient is by learning something new. Seniors in Atlanta can stay mentally sharp by taking classes to learn something new or to improve upon a skill or talent they already have. Seniors in Atlanta have a wide range of classes available. There are many selections, such as language classes, art classes, computer classes, cooking classes, dancing classes, pottery classes, exercise classes, finance classes, retirement classes and knitting classes. Working out the mind is a great way for a senior in Atlanta to stay vibrant. There are many fun and exciting courses that offer the mental challenges that will benefit the elderly community in Atlanta. Senior education programs promote lifelong learning and can serve as a great social outlet for Atlanta's seniors.

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 Classes, Courses, Education, Learning for Atlanta Seniors

It's always fun (and good for the mind and body) to learn something new, or to develop a talent you already have. There are classes on almost anything your mind can conceive, from computers, to ballroom dancing, exercise, painting, riding motorcycles and the list goes on and on.

A great place to start looking for classes is your local Senior Center. Most classes will require a nominal fee, while some are included with membership.

Other places to look include your local Parks and Recreation department, a cultural center or places of interest like the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Some of you may be near a branch of a college or university that offers outside classes.

Sharing a learning experience with a loved one can build a stronger relationship.

If you can't find someone to go with, treat yourself. Taking a class is a perfect way to meet new people who share your interests.

Go for it. Getting out of your "comfort zone" grows new brain cells and makes you feel young and energized.

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