Michelangelo’s last words, “I am still learning,” are such an inspiration. During his 87 year lifespan, this brilliant painter, sculptor, architect, and poet considered himself a life-long scholar. Each of us would benefit from his philosophy.
Life-long learning has many advantages including relieving stress, fostering creativity, providing a sense of accomplishment, and improving mental clarity. Those who are open and curious about the world around them also tend to be more interesting people and have better life satisfaction.
From infants to mature adults, if you want to learn something new, pursue a passion, or just have fun, take a look at the variety of classes designed for people just like you.
Tami Skinner, Director
Saint Peter Community & Family Education