Choose Your Own Adventure With These 11 Milwaukee-Area Classes

Use this handy chart to identify the continuing ed class that works for you.

If you want to...

Class

Cost

Grow your own


Gardening Classes – Victory GardenVaries, depending on class
Sew your own
Sewing with Avis – Shorewood Recreation$75 for 14 2½-hour classes (resident) or $85
Get your game on
Bridge Class Upon Request – Greater Milwaukee Bridge AssociationFree
Move your energy
Reiki Session – Milwaukee Medium$75 for 45 minutes; $90 for 60 minutes
Launch a new career
Coding program – devCodeCamp$12,800
Save a life
Heartsaver First Aid – Waukesha County Technical College$35.22 for a four-hour workshop
Get in touch with a higher power
Celebrate Recovery – ElmbrookFree
Be a science know-it-all
Science on Tap – Milwaukee Public MuseumFree
Space out!
Hubble’s Cosmic Quest – UW-Milwaukee Manfred Olson Planetarium$5 for one hour
Peace out!
Soto Zen Meditation Beginners’ Instruction – Milwaukee Zen CenterFree
Learn to meditate
Wednesday Evening Meditation – Milwaukee Mindfulness Practice CenterFree, 90 minutes
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Since interning for the magazine in spring of 2017, Anna has contributed to both the print publication and website. She has covered topics from women in the workplace to communal gardens and also writes guides to life in Milwaukee. Outside of writing for the magazine, Anna is going back to school at UW-Milwaukee to work towards a career in genetic counseling.