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SBCC’s Center for Lifelong Learning

Time to Register for Fall Classes


Although fall isn’t really in the air, it is right around the corner. And with autumn come harvests and holidays and the start of a new school year. Santa Barbara City College’s Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL) is now open for registration for myriad classes — from arts and crafts to accounting to foreign languages. There are more than 80 new classes this semester, according to the folks at CLL, which include such plucky topics as Keeping Backyard Chickens; Grilling the Argentine Way; Get Results Using Kettlebell Training; Learn to Fix Your Bike; and Experience the American South Through Classic Movies. It is also the 35th anniversary of the popular lecture series Mind and Supermind. Fall term begins September 8 and runs through December 13. Register online at sbcc.edu/cll.

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