Learn something new in Hamilton

Dec 23, 2015

Get ready for your best year yet. In 2016, the Timbercreek Communities blog team is encouraging you to learn something new. Without traveling far from Mainwell Apartments (23 Spring Street), you can master a new art form, try a new sport or condition your mind.

The power of art

Dundas Valley School of Art (21 Ogilvie Street) offers the resources andTC Hamilton LearnSomething expertise you need to learn a new art form or to build on the skills you already have. Programs include a wide variety of media, including painting, sculpting, jewelry, photography, drawing, and more. Classes are available for both adults and children. This local arts hub is a 15-minute drive from Mainwell Apartments.

Explore your local library

Everyone knows that the library has plenty of books to choose from. Did you know that the Hamilton Public Library also has dozens of different classes and workshops that are free with your library membership? From book clubs to computer classes, language classes and DIY craft workshops, there is something for everyone. Fortunately, there are many library branches near Mainwell Apartments. Start at the Barton branch (571 Barton St E), a five-minute drive away.

Get ready to move

Recreational dance classes are offered at Not Just Another Dance Studio (14 Vespari Place), a 10-minute drive from Mainwell Apartments. A fun choice for a couple or group of friends, this welcoming studio promises to get you moving towards a new skill in 2016.

Enhance your career

Learn something new in 2016 that helps you take your career to the next level. St. Charles Adult and Continuing Education has been voted best in Hamilton for over five years. A long list of class offerings and both day and nighttime course schedules make this an easy choice for even the busiest resident. The Downtown Campus is a 10-minute drive from Mainwell Apartments.

Timbercreek Communities wishes you well as you take a step towards learning something new. We hope today’s blog post provided you with the encouragement you need to commit to a class or workshop nearby. For more information about Mainwell Apartments in Hamilton, visit our website.

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