Blue Ridge Center for Lifelong Learning Begins Summer Session May 8


BRCC News | Published April 21, 2014


Blue Ridge Center for Lifelong Learning at Blue Ridge Community College kicks off its summer session of classes on May 8 with an examination of U.S. Defense policies presented by Dr. Richard Kugler, Department of Defense consultant.  Dr. Kugler's two-session course will focus on the ongoing debate concerning the size and structure of the U.S. defense budget as well as on future trends in Asian/Pacific Security Affairs.
Blue Ridge Center for Lifelong Learning’s (BRCLL) varied summer schedule includes eleven courses including Fred and Ginger, From Caves to Chateaux, Brevard Music Center, Women of Biltmore, and Das Haus. The summer session ends on August 27 with What’s so Funny, a look at comedy's many forms including satire, farce, dark humor and drawing room sophistication, presented by local actor Martha Hogenboom.
BRCLL EdVenture summer opportunities begin June 11 with a day-long excursion to the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta.
The Blue Ridge Center for Lifelong Learning (BRCLL) at Blue Ridge Community College offers opportunities for education and enrichment targeted to adult lifelong learners. Through a variety of classes, trips, and special events, BRCLL is committed to nurture intellect and inspire imagination.  For more information about BRCLL, visit or call (828) 694-1740.
Published April 21, 2014
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