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 9:30 – 11:00 a.m.11:15 – 12:45 p.m.
MONDAYVIEWS ON THE NEWS [Alice Parsons & Gordon Taylor] HOW TO LOOK AT GREAT ART [Bonnie Sullivan]
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE [Stu Solomon] CONTROVERSIES: IMMIGRATION [Hank Becker]
HOW THE BLACK DEATH TRANSFORMED EUROPE [Greg Hesterberg] STRATEGIES FOR HEALTHY AGING [Mary Ann Nirdlinger]
POLITICAL ORDER & POLITICAL DECAY [Hank Becker]
TUESDAYEVOLUTION IN BIOLOGICALLY RELEVANT TIMES [Barry Lentz]HOW MYTHS HAVE SHAPED WORLD HISTORY, CULTURE AND RELIGION, PART I [Nancy Goudreau]
TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY & SHARED PHOTOS [Glenn Wrighton]THE OTHER SIDE OF HISTORY: LIFE IN THE ANCIENT WORLD [Maria Salgado]
DEMYSTIFYING THE OTHER EUROPE: A HISTORY OF EASTERN EUROPE [Rosalinde Milazzo]PLAY READING AND DISCUSSION [ Raleigh Mann and Marsha Back ]
WEDNESDAYPERSONAL HISTORY [Bobbie Lubker] MUSIC AND THE BRAIN [Sharon Epstein]
SHORT STORIES [Marcy Sacarakis]SYMPHONIES VII, VIII & IX OF BEETHOVEN [Pat DeTitta]
BEGINNING SPANISH CONVERSATION [Edwin & Mary Ann Nirdinger]
THURSDAYSCIENCE CAFE [Alan Ziegler]LEARNING ABOUT LIFE THROUGH DOCUMENTARY FILMS [Hank Becker]
ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA: LIFE IN THE CRADLE OF CIVILIZATION [Bisharah Libbus]APPRECIATING VOL. III & IV OF IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME , BY MARCEL PROUST [Nancy Goudreau]
DEUTSCHE KONVERSATIONS GRUPPE [Ken Kustin] RELIGIONS IN THE AXIAL AGE [Bisharah Libbus]
FRIDAYBOOK CLUB, 1 st FRIDAY OF THE MONTH [Abbie Tom & Suzanne Haff]
SPANISH DISCUSSION GROUP, 2 nd and 4 th FRIDAY OF THE MONTH [Edwin & Mary Ann Nirdlinger]

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