Technology in American Life
This course explains how technology became a dominant force in our lives during the 20th century. Topics to be discussed include telecommunications, computers, electronics automobiles, aviation, aerospace, technical education and technology challenges. Ronald R.Thomas is a retired communications specialist.
Dr. Ferd Levy returns with his class on Current Economics. Class discussions revolve around daily economic issues mentioned in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the New Yorker and other applicable publications.
The Great Hymns II
Beloved hymns come to life with Steve Huntley, who once again will take us back to the great old hymns we all love. He will provide provenance with history about lyrics, composition and special meaning. A pianist will be available to play, and everyone is invited to sing along.
Spring into Gardening
Once again the North Georgia Master Gardeners will be here to give guidance in our spring gardening efforts including container gardening, planting flowers and herbs, attracting birds and butterflies and much more.
Tai Chi helps improve balance because it targets all the physical components needed to stay upright. Dawud Rasheed, long time Tai Chi and Yoga instructor, will combine his expertise to offer this class.
11:15 to 12:15 pm
Art History—Early Renaissance in Italy
Marilyn Morton will consider the evolution of art styles in 14th and 15th century Italy, from its roots in the Early Christian art of ancient Rome and the Byzantine art of Constantinople. The revival of pre-Early Christian Classical forms, which heralded the Renaissance, are still in evidence on the Italian peninsula.
Back by popular Demand. Bring your memories and experiences, paper and pen to write the stories you want your children and grandchildren to know about and enjoy. We spend class time sharing what we write. Rosemary Glenn and Jerry Sawyer will show you how to bring your stories to life.
The Runners Up
This class will look at the lives and achievements of the 100 most important people who DID NOT make the list of the 100 most important people of the last 1,000 years .” Richard Botters will lead this class.
Technology Learning Center
Peggy Palmiter will offer a two part class this session. The first four weeks will be “Everything Apple.” Bring any apple device and learn all the things it can do. The second four weeks will be “Where did it go, how do I find it and what can I do with it?” Bring any mobile device you have for this four week session and we will show you how to use it to do everything you want it to do.
Join the fun as Rose Haven leads low risk, low impact line dancing to get both your mind and body active. There is a fee of $25 with registration, or $50 for Line Dancing only.
1:30 – 3:00 pm
Mah Jong is a game for four players that originated in China. Bring your friends and your Mahjong set. Current players are willing to teach the game to newcomers. Just ask!
Bridge for Fun
Bring three friends, or meet three new friends. Also bring a deck of cards and enjoy an afternoon of bridge. We provide the tables and you provide the challenge and the fun.
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