With the campus’s proximity to Washington, D.C., and regional arts organizations, residents have always had plenty of opportunities to stay in tune with cultural happenings. Now, Asbury Methodist Village has penned a new partnership with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins University, and beginning this fall, the school will be holding two of its most popular classes right here at the community’s Rosborough Theatre.
Renowned musician and music historian Saul Lilienstein will present a 12-week morning course entitled “For the Love of Schubert.” Two of those lectures will include concerts presented by members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. The second course, called “The Arts of Film,” is presented by film moderator and lecturer Stan Levin. Both he and Lilienstein attract standing-room-only crowds in their classes on at Osher’s Johns Hopkins University campus in Rockville.
Asbury residents also enjoy discounted rates to the many Osher classes held on the Johns Hopkins campus, and of course, can also partake of the community’s own Keese School of Continuing Education, which offers a wide array of lectures, tours and courses taught by area professors and professionals.
And Asbury is thrilled with the success of its first year hosting The Strathmore Society at Asbury – the area’s only satellite location for the Strathmore Center for the Arts.
At Asbury Methodist Village, you can anticipate a life filled with many such opportunities.