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Read Aloud

  With Carolyn Armitstead This term, our group intends to read aloud together scenes from Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream".  We will use this opportunity to explore the play's themes and characters, learn some tips on how to memorize a speech using elements such as imagery and natural rhythm and finally, if we are feeling [...]

Improving Sleep for Wellness

With Jason Wong The benefits of a good night’s sleep are well known - Improved health, better concentration and memory, more energy, and faster metabolism. This workshop is for anyone who struggles to sleep, maintain sleep, wake up too early or does not sleep.       In this workshop will learn: Nature and stages [...]

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Bus Tour: Campbell’s Gold Honey & Meadery plus Phone Museum Tour

With Valerie Sprott The farm is a licensed Meadery (honey winery), producing a variety of honey wines, including ancient mead, melomels (honey/fruit wines), pyment (honey/grape wine) and more. Much of the honey used is produced by our bees. The grapes and most of the fruit and berries, used in the honey wines are produced on [...]

A Visit to Egypt & the Holy Land

  With Brian Antonson Based on our own travels there in 1999, visiting Cairo, Memphis, and the Giza Pyramids, and then Jerusalem, Bethlehem, the Jordan Valley, the Sea of Galilee, and environs.       Date: April 24, 2019 Day: Wednesday Time: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Sessions: 1 Fee:  $7 Member $10 Non-Member Location: [...]

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Travel to Africa

With Jacqueline Fischer Come learn about the way many people live in Zambia and how you can make a difference. Jacqueline enjoyed travelling with her husband to Zambia last spring as part of the Rotary Dental team. When they were not working, their hosts, Seeds of Hope, toured them around not only parks and marketplaces, but [...]

Astronomy

  With Brian Antonson This one covers the entire universe, from the origin with the Big Bang through our expanding universe, galaxies, our own Milky Way galaxy, right down to our own solar system, and the telescopes that are helping us learn so much today.     Date: April 3, 2019 Day: Wednesday Time: 10:00 [...]

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Spanish Conversation (Beginner)

With Violeta Estela Lucero Schwartz Spanish for Beginners offers the opportunity to learn the language in a very interactive environment. Immediately you will engage in a safe and enjoyable way, you learn to engage in everyday conversations with your classmates.   Series #1: February 7, 2019 Series #2: March 7, 2019 (no classes during spring break) Sessions: [...]

Bus Tours: Winter & Spring 2019

              Meet at LLCS office and bus departure at stated time. For all bus tours, pre-register early. Programs fill quickly Lunch or dinner is not included, dining out options always available. Unless otherwise indicated. Wear good walking shoes, bring a camera and dress for the weather. Fee includes bus [...]

Piece Makers Quilting Group

  With Laurieanne Muermann This group meets weekly to work on various collaborative projects in a spacious studio. All levels of sewing skills are welcome: share your knowledge, learn something new, and enjoy the sense of completion of a big project that you had a hand in creating!       Offered as part of [...]

Writers: Projects and Progress: The Continuing Group

With Sharon Syrette Experienced writers will continue their writing journey, make decisions and work toward publishing their second LTL Anthology. Bring your Memoir and family history projects, discuss progress, challenges and creative solutions in this lively group of writers. Weekly in-class exercises will challenge you to take your writing to a new level.  Guide Sharon [...]