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The Cambridge Center for Adult Education (CCAE), a non-profit corporation in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has been teaching adult education courses at 42 Brattle Street since taking over the building from the Cambridge Social Union in 1938.[1] The Cambridge Social Union, founded in 1876, also taught many classes for adults in the same building.[2] The CCAE is housed in two historic buildings, the William Brattle House (1727) at 42 Brattle Street and the Dexter Pratt House (1808) at 54 Brattle Street.[3] Course offerings In the spring semester of 2011, the CCAE offered courses in the following areas:[4] Arts Business Computers Crafts Dance ESL Events Fiber Arts Film, Photography and Video Food Fun and Games History and Contemporary Issues Homes and Gardens Investing Languages Lecture Series Life Issues Literature Mind and Body Music Science, Philosophy and Religion Sports and Exercise Theater Travel Wine and Spirits Work Life Writing References ^ Beth Daley (1988-11-06). "Cambridge Adult Ed Swings at 50". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2011-01-17. "Before the center was founded in 1938, the building at 42 Brattle St. in Cambridge was home to the Cambridge Social Union. The union, incorporated in 1876, also held some literary and self-help classes. But it was not until the Cambridge Center bought the building from the union that the philosophy of adult education took firm hold in the Boston area."  ^ David Wildman (2001-03-01). "Their Way with Words". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2011-01-17. "Another significant incubator for budding local writers, both as teachers and students, is the Cambridge Center for Adult Education in Harvard Square. Founded in 1876 as the Cambridge Social Union, it became the Cambridge Center for Adult Education in 1938 and has sponsored classes in writing and hundreds of other activities from hip-hop dance to calligraphy ever since."  ^ "The Cambridge Center for Adult Education: Who we are". Cambridge Center for Adult Education. Retrieved 2011-01-17. "First incorporated as the Cambridge Social Union in April 1876, then in 1938, we officially became the Cambridge Center for Adult Education. In 1889 the Social Union purchased and moved into the House of William Brattle at 42 Brattle Street, which was built in 1727. In late 1972 the Cambridge Center acquired the Blacksmith House (the former Window Shop) property. Blacksmith House includes the Dexter Pratt House, built in 1811, where Longfellow observed the famous Village Blacksmith at work under the Spreading Chestnut Tree in 1839. Both houses are being preserved by the Center as living museums and are listed in the National Register of Historic Places."  ^ "The Cambridge Center for Adult Education". Cambridge Center for Adult Education. Retrieved 2011-01-17.  Coordinates: 42°22′25.3″N 71°7′17.6″W / 42.373694°N 71.121556°W / 42.373694; -71.121556