Life Long Learning Guide
The ACE Guide to Lifelong Learning - Arts, Culture and Education
South Orange and Maplewood (SOMA) are vibrant communities that value art, culture and educational opportunities. This guide serves to connect older, post or nearretirement residents with opportunities to explore the many resources in our area. Universities allow senior citizens to audit classes; local congregations and centers host adult programming; nearby museums boast renown works of art and exhibits; and performance venues and theater companies provide dozens of options for performing arts, in addition to the classes, courses and events organized by the towns. Reach out and find some of your favorite activities, or try something new. Most importantly, enjoy!
Click here to view our complete guide: Ace Guide to Life Long Learning
SING FOR HOPE Sing for Hope, is a non-profit organization dedicated to using the arts to enhance healthcare and build stronger communities. Through its Open Arts program, Sing for Hope provides free access to over 100 live, interactive performances each month from the brightest stars of Broadway, opera, and the world’s leading stages. Check out the calendar of daily free programming, including music, dance, visual arts, and children’s programming. All performances are free of charge — and 100% of donations received go directly to supporting artists while our stages are dark. Join us, share, and tell your friends. singforhope.org/openarts