I – Film Seminar: Screwball Comedies

    Fridays,  10 AM - Noon | April 8 - May 13      Leaders:  Don Melander and Mary Lee Sargent According to film historian, Monty Arnold, screwball comedies serve two human needs — escape and enjoyment. Their defining characteristics are farce, slapstick, romance,...

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E – Textiles Across Time and Cultures

       Wednesdays, 10 AM - Noon | April 6 - 20         Instructor: Betsy Holmes Textiles are so much more than fabric for clothing; they are the product of a fundamental human activity across time and culture. Textiles create beauty, express identity, display...

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A – The World’s Greatest Geological Wonders

Certain places on our planet stand out above others and epitomize the different types of amazing geologic phenomena that are found on Earth. These are the geologic wonders of the world, and in these lectures we  travel to and...

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