May 5-June 22, 2020

Classes are $35.00 each. A one time Registration Fee of $15.00 per quarter is required, in addition to any copying fees noted. To register for classes scroll all the way down.

Racism and White Privilege
Bill Taylor

Session 3
Room B2

Session 3 is identical to Session 1 (see Monday)
Class Limit: 40

Life Stories Writing Group
Group Facilitated

Room 1J

Would you appreciate a chance to share stories, poems or even a novella you’ve written based on your life experiences and receive encouragement to write more? Would you also enjoy getting to know people by hearing their life stories?

Our main objective is to share writing with other LLC students; there is no instructor. Instead, we use a facilitator to lead each session and we provide a group of avid listeners. If you’d like specific feedback on your writing, just ask the group. New participants are always welcome!

Balance in Action
LeeAnn Starovasnik

Room B5

Are you ready to take your next step toward freedom and ease, and away from pain? Do you want a sustainable practice to age well, remain active, and retain your independent lifestyle? Feldenkrais provides support, relieves pain, and builds hope through intelligent movement explorations. You will engage your brain along with your body in new and novel ways that help you take steps toward your goal. Wear warm, comfortable clothing and bring a thick blanket or mat.
Class Limit: 20

The Evolution of God 
Richard Curtis

Room B4

This course will explore different theories about why and how ideas about gods and God have evolved over time.  We will explore the work of two different authors, one doing intellectual history (Karen Armstrong ) and the other a more materialist history of religion (Robert Wright).  Our focus will be primarily western, looking at Judaism, Christianity and Islam through the lens of the history of theology with a special interest in the  comparisons over time.

Suggested Texts: The Evolution of God by Robert Wright and The Case for God by Karen Armstrong.

Modern India: The Past is Present
Marianne LoGerfo


Youth Room


Bollywood and Beyond
Marianne LoGerfo


Youth Room


Textile Textile Arts
Group Facilitated

Room B5

Interested in learning to knit, quilt or create special projects? Members can share their own projects? Class members select their own projects. This is a support group sharing  expertise and views of life.

Current Events: The Sunday New York Times
Steve Camp and Walle Ralkowski

Room 1J

The mission of this class is to go deeper than the 24/7 “breaking news” cycle for a greater understanding of what’s happening around the world.  Primarily using The Sunday New York Times as a “base” resource, but not exclusively, we engage in lively discussions of events and stories.

Class members should bring the previous  Sunday edition of The New York Times prior to  the first  day of class. Most grocery stores carry the Sunday Times, or you can order for home delivery or online.
Class Limit: 15

Watercolor: An Innovative Approach
Steve Pasos

Room B4

When Carlos Santana was asked how he came up with his unique playing style, he quoted an author who said, : “If you copy one artist, they call that stealing. However, if you copy many artists, they call that research.” In this class we will keep an open mind while we explore different approaches to watercolor which may include using a cut up old credit card as a paint brush, using a fine spray mist to create a negative painting, spontaneous painting realistic abstracts, design, Notan, and composition.

See instructor’s blog to learn more https://stevoswatercolorblog.blogspot.com

Prior experience with watercolors highly recommended. Bring all your own watercolor supplies to class and be ready to paint.

Class Limit: Minimum 6, Maximum 16
Copying Fee: $6:00.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Before you register, please make sure you have reviewed all class offerings, as it is difficult to make changes once you submit the form.   For problems  or changes please email us.



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