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Great Operas: Mozart's Don Giovanni

Experience what makes Don Giovanni one of the favorites in the operatic repertoire! Considered by many to be the most perfect opera ever written, the music and libretto are a unique blending of the sublime, the ridiculous and the terrifying and displays Mozart at the pinnacle of his form. Class starts September 17.

Ukulele for Beginners

Performers of all kinds have created beautiful music on this little 4-string instrument, which is undergoing a pop renaissance. This class is an introduction to the ukulele - no prior musical experience is necessary. Class starts September 6. Register Today

Fundamental Hoop Dance

Modern hooping is part sport, part dance, part circus stunstmanship, and all fun! The low-impact exercise provides a great cardiovascular workout, builds core strength and tones your entire body. This fun class starts September 7. Register Today

Beginning Sewing

Start out your new sewing hobby on the right foot! Complete three project in class while learning basic sewing skills - or sign up to get a frefresher! Class starts September 1.

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Gardening & Nature

This educational program at The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center teaches adults about the sustainable use and conservation of native wildflowers, plants and landscapes. Summer Gardening & Nature courses are now open for enrollment.

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Courses for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

We offer courses each semester that encourage adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to discover, explore and interact. Topics include music, art, history and more. Summer courses, including classes on animation, French culture, music and more, are currently open for enrollment.

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Don't Miss Our Free Lecture

Are you a pop culture fanatic? Discover the ways in which popular culture illuminates broader social schisms by exploring key American novels and cinema created toward the end of the Vietnam War. UT professor Janet Davis will focus on Jaws, First Blood, and Deliverance in her lecture Jawsmania: American Popular Culture during the Vietnam War Era.

Fall classes are open for registration!

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