WALLA WALLA - "Education for Recreation" is the theme of the Quest and Lifelong Learning adult education programs at Walla Walla Community College and registration is now being taken for classes in both programs.
Quest is a membership institute for learners 50 and older. Classes offered this quarter are: Strategizing Math and Logic Puzzles; Inside the Big House: Life at WSP; Undercover with Spy and Mystery Novels; Secrets of the Stones; Landscape Design; Politics and People in the Middle East; Big Basalts and Furious Floods; Short Shorts; Becoming Intentionally Excellent; Music of the World; Timely Technologies; Drawing with Charcoals; A Primer on the U.S. Constitution; Applying Psychology to Everyday Life; and Movie Matinees.
A new social opportunity, The Quest Caf, will meet Saturdays, 10:30 am, at The Olive restaurant with host Bob Griswold. Quest is also sponsoring a tour to Panama, scheduled April 25-May 3, and an informational meeting on Oct. 18 to answer questions regarding the tour.
The Lifelong Learning program features classes for adults 60 and older with many of the classes being offered at the Center at the Park. Fall quarter's classes are: Story Writing for Posterity, Profit or Pleasure; Beginning and Intermediate Watercolors; Basic Computers in Small Bytes; Photoshop; Managing Your Digital Photo Collection; Tai Chi; Dance to Fitness; Yoga, and Pilates.
Registration for all classes is at Walla Walla Community College. Telephone registration is available 9-4 p.m. weekdays by calling 527-4443 and using a VISA, MasterCard, or Discover Card. To request a complete schedule, call 527-4561. You may also find the schedule online at wwcc.edu. Find Extended Learning under Academics in the masthead. For more information, contact Nancy Kress, Extended Learning coordinator, at 527-4561.