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Lifelong Learning of Hilton Head Island has a lineup of classes this fall to entice and excite the curiosity of anyone wanting to learn something new.

Imagine learning about Synchronicity (and what the heck it is).

Discover how ordinary people managed a wardrobe before mass production.

Ever want to know more about those constitutional issues that everybody has an opinion about?

Learn about the rich history of Mitchelville, the first self-governing freedmen's town in America located right on Hilton Head.

Hang out with Daniel Lentz of Memory Matters and learn how Hilton Head is becoming better educated about dementia and Alzheimer's. Learn what to do and how you can help.

Are you a poet and don't know it?

Or do you love those romantic comedy movies but have no one to share the giggles with?

Ever wonder what a herty cup or a rosin potato are? Just ask Mary Socci. She knows all about that and Palmetto Bluff, too.

Do you have stock market questions, but were afraid to ask? Bill Dix and his special guests will help you through the meandering maze of Wall Street.

The full list of available classes is outlined in the new fall catalog. Annual membership is $40, and unlimited classes are $45 for each semester you want to take classes.

Fall semester begins in early October. Winter-spring semester begins in early February.

The catalog and application are available online at www.lifelonglearning hhi.org or email lifelonglearninghilton head@gmail.com

Mary Grace Barrett is the publicity director for Lifelong Learning of Hilton Head Island.

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