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Special Skill Training in the CSRA

Apr 29, 2021

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Special Skills Training in the CSRA

        The COVID-19 pandemic brought about the desire for new hobbies for many people. Extra time spent at home meant looking for new activities to do. Now that the vaccine is out and businesses have begun to expand their capacity for re-opening, there are quite a few places to visit in person to learn new hobbies or skills. If you are looking for in-person classes to build upon the dreams you have had, check these places out:

Martial Arts

        Premier Martial Arts has locations in Augusta, Evans, Grovetown, Aiken and North Augusta. They have been in business for more than 20 years and help people of all ages learn personal skills for growth, fitness, self-defense and more. Children will learn discipline and respect through their training. Visit Here for the locations and class options as well as info on how to sign up for training.

Ballroom Dance

        Ballroom in Motion is located in Evans at 231 Fury’s Ferry Road Suite 212. They have been in business for more than 20 years teaching dances for weddings, parties, competitions and more. The skills learned through ballroom dance range from coordination to self-confidence and just about everything in between. The friendly instructors will help you meet your goals through group classes, private lessons and social dances. Check their Facebook Page for class schedules and more information.


        Artsy Me has locations in Evans and Grovetown that give you everything you need to create your own pottery masterpiece. Kids and adults alike enjoy creating at Artsy Me and they can also be booked for birthday parties and events. Visit Here for addresses, hours and contact info.


        The Augusta Sewing Center at 3230 Washington Road not only sells sewing machines and supplies, they also host classes to learn new skills and techniques. There are beginner classes for kids as well as embroidery clubs and more.

Candle Making

        Are you obsessed with filling your home with beautifully scented candles? Maybe you just want to learn something new for fun- Augusta Candle Company at 1124 Broad Street is your place to be. You can shop their selection of hand-poured candles, but the real fun is learning to create your own. You can build a blend from their selection of more than 100 fragrances and choose your own jar size.

        Try one or all of these activities in the area. You’d be surprised at the new skills you may learn and enjoy for life!