York Learning (part of City of York Council) is hosting their first ever Summer Festival, offering residents a variety of fun and uplifting activities for the whole family.
Taking place throughout August, residents will have the opportunity to perfect their skills or learn new skills with a series of classes ranging from foreign language to mask-making; painting to dancing; or BBQ cooking to photography.
This year, the festival will have a special focus on supporting local residents' wellbeing. York Learning will be offering Pilates, Yoga, Tai Chi, Dancefit workshops and mindfulness classes designed to help people come to terms with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
There will also be the chance to prepare fun ways to get your kids ready for school, perfect your writing skills and enjoy fun-filled family activities. All Summer Festival courses and workshops are available to pre-book online at www.yorklearning.org.uk.
York Learning has been offering an extended range of online classes for all to enjoy during the coronavirus outbreak, and will continue during the summer holiday period.
To see all the Summer Festival workshops and courses, visit www.yorklearning.org.uk and keep an eye on the York Learning and Family Learning Facebook pages, Instagram, and Twitter.
Cllr Darryl Smalley, Executive Member for Culture, Leisure and Communities, said:
The Summer Festival has a wide variety of workshops available throughout August, and the brilliant community-based courses are a great opportunity for residents who are looking for support whilst improving their knowledge and qualifications.
"York Learning has supported thousands of learners across the city, and continues to encourage education for all throughout the coronavirus outbreak."