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Travel: Israel & the Shofar

  With Paul and Iris Harnett The Shofar, in Judeo-Christian tradition, is the silver trumpet by which God and His Angels will announce significant events signaling the End of Days. Paul has been fascinated by the Shofar for many years, and by the Jewish history surrounding it. Last year Paul and Iris spent six weeks [...]

French Conversation (Beginner) With Nicole Bellay

Image of Rural Quebec  Treat yourself new language This course is for the absolute beginner, with an introduction to a new language provided in a relevant manner. You will build your vocabulary and learn the different sounds to be able to speak an “International French". No tests or exams, just learning in a fun and casual [...]

French Conversation (Advanced)

  This course is for the confident converser, practice real conversations, polish your accent, increase your vocabulary, and expand your grammatical knowledge, all in a fun and casual way.   With Michelle Gauthier Day: Monday Times: 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Advanced Session Dates (Spring Program 7 Sessions) Series #1:  April 24, May 1, 8, 15, Holiday, [...]

Little Italy Visit and Food Tasting

  “Little Italy” is ready to share its passion and excitement for all things delicious as local restaurateurs, merchants and baristas serve up authentic Naples certified Pizza, spaghetti and meatballs, panini, Italian meats & cheeses, sausages, sangria, freshly baked cannoli, creamy gelato and cappuccino. Commercial Drive is one of Vancouver’s most artistic and culturally diverse [...]

Show and Tell: Folk Art Collections

Celebrating BC Heritage Week and Canada 150 Sesquicentennial With Sharon Syrette Folk Art has been described as rustic and simplistic - most often created by ordinary people and unschooled artists who learned their craft from family traditions passed down from the 'old country'. Even the most practical, everyday items were decorated in bold colors and [...]

Civilization and the Transition to Global Community

    With Harold Rosen (www.interfaitheducation.org) A sense of world history often emerges as we mature individually. A parallel process applies to humanity collectively, as broad patterns become more visible. We can now see that by the year 1500, four long-standing, regional civilizations were dominant - China, India, Christian Europe, and Islamic Middle East - [...]

Book Sale

Our Book Sale is ongoing. Build your library and come out and support the Lifetime Learning Center. Books and cd donations accepted. Winter Spring 2017 1st Tuesday of the Month January 3, February 7, March 7, April 4, May 2, and June 6, 2017 Open 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM Funds raised by the books [...]