30 Awesome Things to Do in Retirement

6. Get into the arts

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Making art feeds the spirit. That’s why, soon after retirement, you’ll see many people seek out classes to acquire or relearn skills abandoned years ago. If painting, drawing and crafts are your thing, you might find it useful to sample a variety of classes, materials and approaches before settling on one.
Cities are full of academies and workshops that offer classes to beginners. Community colleges classes and arts and crafts stores have classes, too. These are an inexpensive way to try out a new medium. Or look for a “drink-and-draw” art classes where you and a few friends can spend some lighthearted hours catching up and creating.

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