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Cannon Valley Elder Collegium
“A Questing Mind Never Retires”
Updated: 22 min 13 sec ago
Due to a withdrawal because of a time conflict, there is one opening in Almut Furchert’s Wednesday afternoon class at the Senior Center, Kierkegaard for Grownups: Reflections on Life’s Way. There are also spaces in four other classes, and additional registrations will be accepted until the first week of class.
Click the tab Enrollment Fall 2014 at the top of this webpage for current enrollment numbers and the class enrollment limits for all classes. There are two spots left in Mike Leming’s Tuesday morning class, Understanding Dying, Death, and Bereavement. There are four spots left in Anne Aby’s Wednesday morning class, 1964 – Reexamined Fifty Year’s Later. There are seven spots left in Marie Gery’s Thursday morning class, Who Are These Folks and How Do They Fit Into My Life’s Story? There are nine spots left in Robert Scholz’s Thursday morning class, Britten’s War Requiem. There are twelve spots left in Jim McDonnell’s Friday morning class, The Poetry and Times of Seamus Heaney.
Registration for fall term began on Monday, August 11, 2014. There were 162 registrations at the end of the first day of registration. The current enrollment in each class is available by clicking the tab Class Enrollment Fall 2014 at the top of this webpage. Ten classes are still available.
Two courses were filled and closed on the first day of registration:
Gratitude and Belief: Noticing the Whole Picture taught by Bruce Roberts and Howard Thorsheim
Amish in America taught by David Sudermann (28 people registered but only 15 were chosen by random selection. Those not chosen have been notified. The instructor has said he will offer the class again, but no date has been set.)