Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna Adventures in Learning Open House and Registration Jan. 10

Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna Adventures in Learning Open House and Registration Jan. 10

The Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna kicks off the new year with its Adventures in Learning (AIL) lineup of classes for their Winter 2019 semester schedule that includes 40+ classes with a wide range of subjects – from their Health and Wellness series to their Potpourri and World Affairs series. In addition, there are T’ai Chi classes (twice a week), Intermediate Contract Bridge and a weekly Essay Group Discussion. The book, Best Essays of 2018, will be available for purchase at the Open House.

Students may attend one or all of the AIL Winter 2019 classes for one $45 fee and are encouraged to create their own schedule – attend classes all day or attend only one class. Students are welcome to sample a class for free.

To register or learn more about Adventures in Learning or the Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna, students are encouraged to attend an Open House on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019 from 10 a.m. – Noon at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax, 2709 Hunter Mill Road, Oakton. Golf cart transportation will be provided to assist those in need of help traveling from the parking lot to open house and classes. Light refreshments, sponsored by Sunrise at Hunter Mill, will be provided at the Open House.

The following classes are but a sample of the classes to choose from:

T’ai Chi classes

Intermediate/Advanced Bridge

Potpourri Series includes, Switzerland by Two-Thirds: Travel & Food; How to Make Your Money Last a Lifetime; The Murrow Boys – News Broadcasting During WWII, etc.

The Health Series includes Mental Health in the Older Adult Population; Hearing Aids: Beware and Be Wise; Who Grows Your Food, etc.

The World Affairs Series includes Unforgettable Melodies of Golden Age Broadway with guest pianist, Alex Hassan; D-Day + 1 Through the Battle of the Bulge; My Journey Began with the Korean War, etc.

For details, call the office at 703-281-0538 or visit for your application and class schedule.

To volunteer, donate or learn more about how you can help, visit or contact the office at 703-281-0538,