Murder in Nashville, dentistry for crime fighting, and poetry are just a few of the topics coming up this fall for the KEY Lifelong Learning Program at Volunteer State Community College. There are several lectures scheduled on Friday mornings. The titles are “Murder in Music City”; “Normal Aging/Not Normal Aging”; “Taking a Bite Out of Crime: How Forensic Dentistry Helps to Solve Mysteries”; “Women’s History”; “Why Science Works”, and “Poetry & Expressive Writing – Writing About Life.” The fee to enroll in one or all of the lectures in the series is $59. The lectures start September 13 and continue each Friday into October. Everyone is welcome to register and attend.
KEY stands for “Keep Educating Yourself.” The classes will be held in Caudill Hall on the Vol State campus at 1480 Nashville Pike in Gallatin. People can register by calling Vol State Continuing Education at 615-230-3358 or visiting in person at the 300 Building, room 106, on the east side of the Vol State campus. For a complete list of lecture series dates and to register online visit www.volstate.edu/CE