In cooperation with the College of Southern Idaho, AARP Idaho is offering opportunities for lifelong learning to residents of the Twin Falls and Magic Valley areas. Anyone can sign up for the free classes, which run March 24-28 on the college campus. Subjects range from fly-fishing and tours of local businesses to home weatherization and card games.

“These informal classes give people a way to share their knowledge and hobbies in a fun social setting,” said Mark Estess, AARP state director.

For more information about this month’s classes—or if you are interested in teaching a class later this year–email aarpid@aarp.org.

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