The Town of Collierville has plenty of opportunities for indoor fun and interest once Christmas has passed, and the options cover all ages.

The Linda Kerley Center will host Learn Bridge in a Day on Jan. 24 and 31 from 1-4.

There is a cost of $60 that covers hand-outs and five beginning bridge lessons.

The class instructor is a certified American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) director, a learn-bridge-in-a-day ACBL online instructor, and an ACBL best practices teacher.

The Linda Kerley Center is at 175 W. Poplar Ave., and you must call the center at 901-457-2769 to register for this two-day class.

For more information about the class, call Linda Sherrell at 901-237-1840.

Collierville’s Parks department will be holding a Kidokinetics series of classes for children aged 12-24 months on Fridays from Jan. 20 through Feb. 24.

Kidokinetics teaches the basics of over 20 different sports to children in a way that is accessible to all. Their mobile class supplies the equipment, coach and curriculum for a different sport each week.

The Collierville class will be at the H.W. Cox Park gym, 440 West Powell Rd. from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m.

The price for the class is $120 for six weeks. Register by clicking the QR code or calling Kidokinetics at 901-450-5436.

The Morton Museum has two new exhibits starting in January. Southern Buildings, through March 4, by David Rawlinson is a series of small paintings of abandoned homes found in Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas.

Gentle Awakenings, through April 22, features the minimalist wood art of the Collierville resident Keith Burns (1948-2021).

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