Imagining if your community could plug into some of the brightest academic minds in the world? Imagining team members and residents receiving the latest research, technologies, arts and humanities on the topics they want to know more about? Now you can, with SparksPlus.
Whether 20 or 80 years of age, curious minds deserve cultivation. SparksPlus empowers administrators and activity directors by delivering top-tier intellectual activities and programming that are approachable, pre-packaged and ready-to-go.
While residents love lifelong learning opportunities, it can be difficult for community leaders and activities directors to source premium enrichment content, opportunities and speakers. SparksPlus brings the college campus experience to your community!
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Even if you’ve never wanted to write a memoir, this creative writing series is for you because writing as self-expression is a great way to engage the brain! Writing, whether by hand or typing, is a creative representation of our time on Earth—and what a gift for your friends, heirs and, frankly, to the world to tell your story.
This course features published author Keith Lee Morris, creative writing professor at Clemson University and editor of The South Carolina Review. Keith has a passion for taking real-life events and creating fiction.
Professor Morris’ short stories have been published in New Stories from the South, Tin House, A Public Space, New England Review, and Southern Review, which awarded him its Eudora Welty Prize in fiction. He infuses all his fiction with his real-life experiences and characters.
Engaging topics and speakers from the arts, sciences and humanities presented by stars at the top of their fields.
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