Winter/Spring 2018 Learning in Retirement Curriculum
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Classes are listed by Day/Date/Time:
Please Note: Classes with maximum limits are filled in the order they are received. You will be notified if a class you registered for is already full.
Michael Shores, Pete Day, Char Schneider
January 29; February 12, 26;
March 12, 26; April 9, 23; May 7, 21
Oneida County Senior Center Host: Rita Shores
Tired of partisan bickering? In our Current Events class we look beyond the items that are overcovered by the print, broadcast, and on-line media. We focus on factual news items and limit opinion pieces to those that offer new insights. The group has been growing in recent semesters, so we do seem to be doing something right. The secret is the participation of the class members.
Survey of American History
May 7, 21
Minocqua Public Library Host: Margaret Barnes
Ted Russell will once again bring us down the path of history. He will examine the 30 greatest events in American History which will include the Revolutionary War, Civil War, WWI, WWII, and more. Learn about the remarkable history of our country!
An Armchair Tour of Architectural Design in Rhinelander
Pine Lake Town Hall Host: Margaret Barnes
Kathy Cutforth, a member of the Rhinelander Historic Preservation Society, will give an armchair tour of the interesting architectural design in our city. She will point out features of structures that will help you to identify types of homes or buildings in Rhinelander. Did you know that our own Associated Bank, designed by Purcell & Elmsie, is on the National Register of Historic Places?