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Whether you relate to children as a grandparent or in a myriad of other relationships, you will still enjoy exploring books for the younger set. You may even be inspired to write your own story to share.
The poetry and music of hymns will be the emphasis of this class. They will be supported and enriched by examples of visual arts (painting, sculpture and architecture) that are related in historical period, style, or subject.
To commemorate the 400th anniversary of the life of William Shakespeare (1564-1616), we will study Julius Caesar, his classical tragedy, via selected texts, DVD scenes, and a full-length performance.
Join wildflower enthusiasts in leisurely and educational wildflowers walks. We will meet at Rieth Nature Center, 410 West Plymouth Avenue, for an introduction and short walk. Other sessions will also meet at Rieth to form carpools to other wildflower sites.
We will explore the roots of the sacred in everyday life, the ways in which both divine presence and divine absence are expressions of the spirit, and the truth that life is meant to be lived in the here and now.
What should you know about each of these four disciplines? This key question will be addressed by a practitioner in each of these fields; Jo-Ann Brant, Delmar Good, Victor Koop, and Lisa Koop. They will also discuss how conventional wisdom sometimes misrepresents their disciplines.
We will explore the role water plays in our lives; why water is essential to life itself, where it came from, and what essential role it plays in agriculture, weather, energy production, and industry.