September courses at CAN-NC | Education






Creative-NC Aging Network is offering a wide variety of classes for aging adults at their Greensboro campus this fall. CAN-NC uses creativity as a way to teach new skills, reduce stress, create social connections and improve overall well-being. We offer classes in movement, chair yoga, painting, printmaking, woodburning, and more.

With a grant from the Harris and Frances Block Foundation as well as sponsorships from HealthTeam Advantage and Alignment Health, CAN-NC is able to offer free and reduced-fee classes to ensure people with limited income n have no barriers to participation. Registration is required and donations are always appreciated. To learn more, visit us online at https://can-nc.org/classes. For more information, please contact CAN-NC Executive Director Lia Miller at lia@can-nc.org or 336-303-9963.

About Creative Aging Network-NC: The mission of the Creative Aging Network-NC (CAN-NC) is to provide innovative arts programming and education to improve well-being and social connections among older adults throughout North Carolina. The CAN-NC campus, located just 3 miles from downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, serves as a site for intergenerational and multicultural engagement, collaboration, and education.

CAN-NC aims to create a healthier and more positive aging experience with creativity as the catalyst. Adult learners of all ability levels are motivated and independent, and they bring a wealth of knowledge and life experiences to learning. The creative arts provide them with a platform to share their voice and pass on their legacy to the next generation. Our professionally trained artist teachers respect this and encourage the integration of life history into the art-making process whenever possible. CAN-NC fulfills its mission by educating others about the field of creative aging and providing a wide range of creative opportunities to help older adults remain socially, emotionally, and civically engaged.

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