Welcome to the fall season, when leaves tumble, the sky grows grey, and the rush, rush of activity begins again. Fall classes in Liberal Arts and Adults 55+ are in full swing. If you haven’t already registered for a class, a number of our second session classes are still open.
This fall we are also offering two FREE Saturday Forums. This coming Saturday, September 13th at 1:30 in Room 1900, come hear a discussion about “Back to School: School vs. Education.” Then on November 1, also at 1:30 in Room 1900, Shawn Michael Bullock will present “Snap, Crackle, Pop!: A History of Noise”. Reservations are required. Reserve HERE.
If you’ve ever wondered about the state of the world—how we got to be where we are today, then you need to come to one of our Quantum Leap lectures. These lectures focus on momentous changes or earth-shattering discoveries that have permanently altered our view of the world or of ourselves.
Our autumn series are Changing the Course of History and Scientific Revolutions. The history lectures discuss the emergence of the city and its profound changes in how we live, work, love and consume, and the impact of World War I—that proverbial “war to end all wars.” The science lectures discuss the primeval atom and Einstein’s theories of the universe. Space is still available for both lectures, but hurry, because spaces are filling quickly. Cost is $23 + GST. Reserve HERE.
Hoping to see you in a class!