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Virginia Caples Lifelong Learning Institute Fall 2021 Courses & Activities
The Camden Shoe Shop and Quilt Museum, owned and directed by Betty Anderson, pays homage to Anderson’s parents and grandparents, along with their hometowns of Camden and Gee’s Bend. This special interest activity will introduce many to her captivating stories and educate participants on local and regional history, quilting, civil rights, and religion. The museum includes an eclectic display of quilts, furniture, artwork, period clothing, and documents, along with her father’s (Joe Anderson) historic shoe repair equipment, which dates to the late 1800s.
Presenters – Betty Anderson, owner and director, Camden Shoe Shop and Quilt Museum, and Kristin Law, art programs and marketing director, Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center
Tune in Online
When: Friday morning, November 5 at 10 a.m. CT
Where: Online with Zoom
Registration is required to attend this webinar series. The Zoom meeting number and link will be provided upon completion of the online registration. Visit www.aces.edu/go/VCLLIFall2021 to register.
Contact Danielle Rudolph for more information about this workshop or to learn about Virginia Caples Lifelong Learning Institute programs.
The Virginia Caples Lifelong Learning Institute (VCLLI) mission is to create and sustain a stimulating, state-of-the-art educational, social, and life-enhancing environment for senior adults. This mission is fulfilled through innovative curricula, experiential learning, and intergenerational activities. Further, the Institute engages in research and advocacy that advance its defining theme of “successful aging.”