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2017 - 2018

 

Winter Spring 2018 Catalog

 

January 2018 Calendar

 

Documentary Film Club

September through June

Meeting the third Thursday of each month

Documentary Film Club 17-18
 

January 18 Film: The Great Invisible

February 15 Film: City of Gold

March 15 Film: The Last Lions

April 19 Film: The Hobart Shakespearians

May 17 Film: Food, Inc.

June 21 Film: Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision

 

Nonfiction book club

(VISTAS Members Only)

Coordinator: Deb Waller

Second Thursday of each month 

 

 

Winter Social

Sunday, January 28

2:00 - 5:00 PM

Music Acadamy of the West  

Winter Social

 

 

Civil Unrest in the 1960's

Presented by Robert Benham

Five Tuesdays

January 16, 23, 30, February 6, 13

Civil Unrest in 1960's
 

 

 

Why Women do the housework: The Industrial Revolution

Presented by Dick Norwood

Three Mondays

January 22, 29, February 5

Why Women do the housework: The Industrial Revolution
 

 

Healthcare Beyond Bacteria: Other Factors in Illness and Health

Presented by Dennis Murphy

Wednesday, January 31

Healthcare Beyond Bacteria
 

 

Writing Historical Fiction: Art, Craft, or Obsession?

Presented by N. Frankel and S. Edwards

Wednesday, February 7

The Craft of Writing Historical Fiction
 

 

 

Poetry as the language of the heart

Presented by Perie Longo

Monday, February 12

Poetry as the language of the heart
 

 

Liberty in the land of Trump

Presented by David Bisno

Three Wednesdays

February 14, 21, 28

Liberty in the Land of Trump
 

 

About the barber of Seville

Presented by Bob Weinman

Monday, February 26, 2018

About the Barber of Seville
 

 

An Afternoon at The opera: Barber of Seville

Coordinated by Doris Frey

Sunday, March 4

 

 

The Narrative: We Tell Stories to Live

Presented by Sandy Jones

Three Tuesdays

March 6, 13, 20

The Narrative: We Tell Stories to Live
 

 

Annual Short Stories

Coordinated by Gene Waller

Four Wednesdays

March 7, 14, 21, 28

Limited Enrollment

Short Stories
 

 

Why is the sky blue?: The joy of finding things out

Presented by Phil Sokolove

Four Mondays

April 9, 16, 23, 30

Why is the sky blue?
 

Raymond Spruance, the Quiet Warrior

Presented by Mort Weisman

Two Wednesdays

April 11 & 18

Raymond Spruance, the Quiet Warrior
 

 

Ludwig van beethoven: Patrons, Players and Posterity

Presented by Derek Katz

Three Wednesdays

April 25, May 2, 9

beethoven: Patrons, Players and Posterity
 

 

 

Women and the civil war - and after

Presented by Sarah Case

Monday, May 7

Women and the civil war - and after
 

 

Tunisia - From Hannibal to the arab spring

Presented by David & Jane DeSelm

Two Tuesdays

May 15 & 22

Tunisia
 

 

American Musicals: Reprise

Presented by Bob Weinman

Three Mondays

May 21, 28, & June 4

American Musicals: Reprise
 

Stay Tuned - More classes to come!


 

 

Review our past catalogs and newsletters:

Fall 2017 Catalog

 

Winter Spring 2017 Catalog

Fall 2016 Catalog

Winter 2015 Newsletter

Fall 2014 Newsletter

Fall 2013 Newsletter

Winter 2013 Newsletter

Fall 2012 Newsletter

Spring 2011 Newsletter

 

 

   

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