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Brenau community classes enrollment starts May 6
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The Brenau University Learning and Leisure Institute summer program begins registration at 4 p.m. May 6.

Classes run June 7 through July 16 and are held at the university’s Thurmond McRae Auditorium adjacent to the Trustee Library on Academy Street in Gainesville.

The BULLI program is a member-drive organization that offers an eclectic collection of daytime noncredit classes for adults of all ages.

A summer only BULLI membership is $60 and class fees are $35. A BULLI membership is required for enrollment in classes.

Those unable to attend the May 6 registration may also register at the BULLI House at 406 Academy St. by June 12.

This year’s classes:

  • How Do You Do That? covers basic computer skills.
  • Dueling Views of the Bible and Jesus takes a look at a few different perspectives on Christianity.
  • Appalachian Culture — It’s Not an Oxymoron delves into the history of the Appalachians and North Georgia.
  • Walking Matters is a fitness class held at community parks.
  • The Other War: Germans Versus Soviets 1941-45 explores this often overlooked part of history.
  • Reading ’Round the World is a literary tour including a couple of nonfiction books and a novel.
  • History Through Art includes a video series and accompanying discussions.
  • Quigong is a form of moving meditation, similar to Tai Chi.
  • Art at Any Age provides art classes designed for families, specifically grandparents and their grandchildren. Children must be at least 8 years old. Those without an accompanying child also are welcome.