OLLI At UVM

Welcome to OLLI at UVM!

OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) at UVM is a community of adult learners who enjoy year-round courses and events that are diverse, interesting, fun, and affordable. Becoming a member of OLLI at UVM gives you a significant discount on courses, access to members-only seminars with engaging speakers, and exclusive benefits. OLLI at UVM is a self-sustaining organization supported by membership and course fees and a volunteer advisory board.

OLLI at UVM joins 124 colleges and universities in the United States that provide life-long learning opportunities to 50+ adults. Go to the Osher Foundation website for more information.

Current OLLI Course Listing (subject to change)

OLLI online courses will be offered over ZOOM via web browser unless otherwise noted (internet connection required). Instructions on how to join your class will be provided one week prior to start of class. Live auto-captioning available. All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.

OLLI at UVM Members enjoy a minimum discount of 50% on all courses, which is reflected in the Member prices. You can register yourself online once per semester. Any additional classes you want to add/register for, you will need to contact our office for assistance – please call 802-656-5817.

Should you have any questions please contact Customer Relations at 1-802-656-5817 or uvmolli@uvm.edu. We would be happy to assist you.

OLLI at UVM Course Terms and Conditions
*Please click on Terms/Conditions link for important information*

PLEASE NOTE: Registration closes one day before the start date.

Helpful ZOOM Guidelines. (PDF, opens in a new window)

Health/Safety Guidelines:

UVM sponsored non-credit functions/activities/offerings, whether held at UVM or at a non-UVM facility or location, are governed by the same health and safety policies. As such, UVM expects event participants, visitors and guests will be vaccinated. Masks are required to be worn indoors, regardless of vaccination status. If you are outdoors, you are invited to mask up if you are in close proximity to others or in a large group. If this event is taking place at a non-UVM venue, consideration must be given to the requirements of the host site and the more stringent requirements will apply. UVM’s current face covering guidance can be found here.

Fall Classes


Featuring:
5 Online Distinguished Speaker Series
26 Additional Online & In-Person Classes

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OLLI at UVM Online Distinguished Speaker Series

Join us this Fall for 5 lively and informative online presentations on historical, timely, and relevant topics.

Save Over 50% when you sign up for all five lectures!

Each of the Distinguished Speaker lectures is assigned a unique ZOOM link. You will receive the ZOOM link on the morning of the lecture.

  • All payments are final; no refunds will be issued
  • Must register by 10/11/21 to receive the $25 Series Special for all 5 lectures
  • Registration for individual lectures will close on the Monday before that lecture date or when capacity is reached

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Climate Change and Agriculture in Vermont 💻

with Joshua Faulkner, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor, UVM Extension; Farming & Climate Change Program Coordinator, UVM’s Center for Sustainable Agriculture
Wednesday, October 13, 1-2 pm ET
Series Special: All five lectures: $25
Individual lectures: $10
The relationship between agriculture and climate change in Vermont is complicated. Farms have been impacted by climate change in many ways, but it may also bring new opportunities. In addition, agriculture plays a role in contributing to climate change, but it is possible that it can also be part of the solution. We will discuss the primary impacts of climate change on farms in Vermont, how they are responding to build resilience, and what the potential may be for them to help with climate change mitigation.

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Cult and Conspiracy 💻

with Richard Hoskin, Author; Historian
Wednesday, October 20, 1-2 pm ET
Series Special: All five lectures: $25
Individual lectures: $10
Discuss the historical significance of cults, their organization, activities, and members. Learn about recruitment methods of cult leaders and the overall attraction of conspiracy theories. Examine organizations such as QAnon, the storming of the Capitol, and its aftermath. Explore ways of addressing these issues with family and friends and receive some resources for help and further understanding.

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Transforming Central Park 💻

with Sara Cedar Miller, Author; Central Park Conservancy’s Photographer and Historian emerita
Wednesday, October 27, 1-2 pm ET
Series Special: All five lectures: $25
Individual lectures: $10
Join former Central Park Conservancy photographer and historian Sara Cedar Miller for an illustrated presentation on the beautiful design and spectacular features of the park. Learn about the miraculous transformation of the park from national disgrace to national treasure by the Central Park Conservancy, the not-for-profit organization that has managed, restored, and maintained the nation’s most celebrated urban park since 1980.

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Promoting Food Access and Food Justice in the Fight Against Hunger 💻

with Hannah Harrington, MS; Annual Fund Manager, Feeding Chittenden; former Hunger Relief Service Coordinator
Wednesday, November 3, 1-2 pm ET
Series Special: All five lectures: $25
Individual lectures: $10
Examine how COVID-19 has changed the charitable food system in Vermont and how the principles of food access and food justice have been brought to the forefront of this work. We will examine how we understand the terms “food access” and “food justice” and what actions can be taken to promote these principles. A case study of charitable food in Chittenden County will be presented, detailing how Feeding Chittenden is trying to change the infrastructure of charitable food to better fit the modern need. We will discuss how COVID-19 has impacted the most vulnerable in our community and ways that our community can help those in need overcome barriers to get the food they need to be healthy and well.

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I Wonder As I Wander: Poems Addressing Home (as Geographical and Internal Landscape) 💻

with Reuben Jackson, Poet; Archivist for University of DC’s Felix E. Grant Archives; former host of VPR’s Friday Night Jazz
Wednesday, November 10, 1-2 pm ET
Series Special: All five lectures: $25
Individual lectures: $10
Enjoy Reuben Jackson reading his poems from his most recent book entitled Scattered Clouds (Alan Squire Publishing, 2019) addressing the impact of the urban and rural (Vermont) landscapes which have raised and profoundly shaped him.

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26 Additional Online & In-Person Classes

Important Registration Reminder: You can register yourself once per semester. Any additional classes you want to add/register for, you will need to contact our office for assistance.

Morning Meditation: Don’t Just Do Something, Sit There! 💻

with Katherine Robinson
Meeting Date: Saturdays, September 4-25, 10:30 am – noon ET
Members: $60 Non-Members: $90

Connect with yourself on a deeper level, stimulate your brain and learn how to tame the monkey mind through a variety of meditative, mindfulness and breathing techniques. Explore the benefits of meditation and create a practice that fits your lifestyle. Class materials: An optional purchase that is helpful for chanting are these Sandalwood beads.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Russian History Through the Eyes of the Artist – 1 💻

with James West
Meeting Date: Tuesdays, September 7-28, 10:30 am – noon ET
Members: $60 Non-Members: $90

We will use Russian art and music to narrate the events of Russian History, based around weekly (independent) readings (30-40 pp/week) of the text, Natasha’s Dance, by Orlando Figes. Active discussion of the music and art will be encouraged. Natasha’s Dance will continue to be the focus of a second course in October. Participants are invited to sign up for both courses. No prior background is required for those wishing to take only the October course.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Beginning Yoga I Session 1 💻

with Amanda McIntire
Meeting Date: Wednesdays, September 8-29, 5:30-6:30 pm ET
Members: $40 Non-Members: $60

Learn the basics of yoga, including the physical practice (asana), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation in this introductory course. Use of yoga mat recommended.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Germany 2021: Understanding the Latest Developments 💻

with Anette Isaacs
Meeting Date: Wednesday, September 15, 11 am – noon ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

Thirty years after its unification, Germany is facing a challenging time. The country is dealing with a flagging economy that is suffering from the fallout of the 2020 pandemic, and – not to forget – a political class that seems to be lacking direction and a clear vision to move the country forward. Will the federal elections in late September breathe new air into Europe’s most populous nation? Join German political scientist Anette Isaacs, MA, for a fascinating discussion of the latest developments in her home country.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Vermont Yards That Sing, Buzz, And Bloom! – Creating Your Own Backyard Habitat 💻

with Maeve Kim
Meeting Date: Thursday, September 16, 5:30-6:30 pm ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

For many people, our yards are as personal as our living rooms. They can be havens, private and secluded sanctuaries, places to meet with friends and enjoy the quiet of a summer afternoon. But yards can be even more! They can be an important part of habitat in the state, helping to support a healthy, vibrant and diverse ecosystem. Learn how to brighten your back, front and side yards so they attract more and more beautiful birds and more of our state’s all-important pollinators.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Field Excursion: Exploring Vermont’s Backyard Habitats 👥 FULL

with Maeve Kim
Meeting Date: Saturday, September 18, 10 am – noon ET
Members: $20 Non-Members: $35

Visit a diversity-rich backyard habitat in Jericho, and learn how to make your yard full of bird songs. Provide own transportation, park and meet at the Community Center in Jericho, 329 Browns Trace Road, Jericho.

Currently UVM is requiring everyone (including those who have been vaccinated) to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth when attending all OLLI in-person programs. Please refer to the Health/Safety section at the top of this page for up to date guidelines.

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Shelburne Museum Exhibit: New England Now: People 👥

with Carolyn Bauer
Meeting Date: Wednesday, September 29, 10-11:30 am ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

This is the second exhibition in a new biennial series featuring regional contemporary artists. Organized by Associate Curator Carolyn Bauer, this multi-media group exhibition plumbs and celebrates the communities and people of New England. The diversity of New England’s population—representing a multitude of ethnicities, cultures, traditions, and lifestyles—shapes and defines this beautiful and complex region today. Collectively, the works of art featured in the exhibition—including photography, painting, sculpture, and performance art—will portray multifaceted and evolving concepts of the “New Englander.” The exhibition is designed to facilitate rich conversation on a variety of socio-political issues and topics relevant to our region and beyond, including economic disparity and persistent bias and discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity. The lasting events that have shaped the past year—from the pandemic to the reckoning around racial justice and equity—make this exhibition’s focus timely and salient. Grab ‘n go lunches available for purchase in on-site café. Provide own transportation to Shelburne Museum, 6000 Shelburne Road, Shelburne.

Currently UVM is requiring everyone (including those who have been vaccinated) to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth when attending all OLLI in-person programs. Please refer to the Health/Safety section at the top of this page for up to date guidelines.

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Heritage Winooski Mill Museum: Child Labor Then and Now 👥 FULL

with Miriam Block
Meeting Date: Thursday, September 30, 11 am – noon ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

Join us at the Heritage Winooski Mill Museum and focus on Lewis Hine photos of children working at the textile mills in Winooski and other parts of Vermont in 1909. Learn about the dangers of child labor in mills and how the National Child Labor Committee campaigned to make working environments safer. Examine how child labor is still a global issue today. Provide own transportation to the Heritage Winooski Mill Museum, main entrance facing 20 Winooski Falls Way. For wheelchair accessible entry, please call ahead, (802) 453-5830, to make arrangements.

Currently UVM is requiring everyone (including those who have been vaccinated) to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth when attending all OLLI in-person programs. Please refer to the Health/Safety section at the top of this page for up to date guidelines.

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Historic Walking Tour of UVM 👥 FULL

with William Averyt
Meeting Date: Saturday, October 2, 10:30 am – noon ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

This walking tour of the historic center of the UVM campus covers the fascinating people, architecture, and events from pre-Revolutionary times to the present. We will discuss the role of Ira and Ethan Allen, the simultaneous creation of the State of Vermont and the University, leading architects who designed UVM buildings such as Henry Hobson Richardson and the firm of McKim, Mead, and White, and important figures such as George Washington, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and John Dewey. The tour will be given rain or shine and is approximately a 1 mile walking distance. Meet at the Ira Allen statue on the UVM Green.

Currently UVM is requiring everyone (including those who have been vaccinated) to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth when attending all OLLI in-person programs. Please refer to the Health/Safety section at the top of this page for up to date guidelines.

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Beginner Ukulele-Level 1 💻

with Clare Innes
Meeting Date: Mondays, October 4-25, 5:30-6:30 pm ET
Members: $40 Non-Members: $60

Enjoy learning chords, strums, and techniques to begin your ukulele journey and gain confidence playing with others. No uke? No worries! Get a uke through your local music shop. This class is designed for ukuleles in the common high-G (“re-entrant”) tuning. Ukes in other tunings (including low-G and baritone ukes) are welcome but ability to translate chords and tablature for yourself is needed.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Cover Story: Katharine Graham, CEO with New York Historical Society 💻

Meeting Date: Tuesday, October 5, 10:30-11:30 am ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

Native New Yorker Katharine Meyer Graham (1917-2001) never expected to become the president, publisher, and CEO of the Washington Post. But she thrived in that position—and even helped end a war and a corrupt U.S. presidency by publishing the Pentagon Papers and the Watergate investigation and informing an outraged public. On this virtual presentation, Curator Jeanne Gutierrez discusses the current exhibition and delves into a transformative period in Graham’s life, as her devotion to the Post helped her evolve from a self-effacing widow into a decisive media executive.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Beginning Yoga I Session 2 💻

with Amanda McIntire
Meeting Date: Wednesdays, October 6-27, 5:30-6:30 pm ET
Members: $40 Non-Members: $60

Learn the basics of yoga, including the physical practice (asana), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation in this introductory course. Use of yoga mat recommended.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Safe/Haven: Gay Life in 1950’s Cherry Grove 💻

with New York Historical Society
Meeting Date: Thursday, October 7, 10:30-11:30 am ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

During weekends and summers in the pre-Stonewall era, gay men and women, including many New Yorkers, traveled to the secluded beach town of Cherry Grove on Fire Island where they found opportunities for sexual exploration and self-expression—behavior that was both stigmatized and criminalized in the straight world. Together with creative figures like Truman Capote, W.H. Auden, Carson McCullers, and Patricia Highsmith, these visitors to the Grove took pleasure in the costumed parties, theatrical events, and liberated atmosphere that this gay sanctuary provided. This docent-led virtual presentation explores the gay and lesbian community that flourished during the 1950s in Cherry Grove through photographs and additional ephemera from the unique holdings of the Cherry Grove Archives Collection.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Drawing and Painting du Jour 💻

with Michael Strauss
Meeting Date: Saturdays, October 9-30, 10 am – noon ET
Members: $60 Non-Members: $90

Enjoy this mix of short films about art and art making, museum visits led by experts (online) with a focus on well known historically important and contemporary artists, followed by open studio art making (drawing and/or painting), sharing work, critiques and discussion. No drawing or painting experience required.

Class materials: Bert Dodson’s “Keys to Drawing”, set of drawing pencils (medium and soft), 9 x 12 drawing tablet, malleable erasers (2), pink erasers (2), package of medium and soft vine charcoal, package of soft and medium stick charcoal, a set of black ink TOMBOW pens (6), watercolor paper, charcoal paper, newsprint tablet, watercolor brush (medium), small set of watercolors. Students do not need all these materials but should get what they can to get the most out of this class. Anyone with a pencil and some paper can take this class. More materials just gives you more options.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Russian History Through the Eyes of the Artist – 2 💻

with James West
Meeting Date: Tuesdays, October 12-November 2, 10:30 am – noon ET
Members: $60 Non-Members: $90

We will use Russian art and music to narrate the events of Russian History, based around weekly (independent) readings (30-40 pp/week) of the text, Natasha’s Dance, by Orlando Figes. Active discussion of the music and art will be encouraged. This session is a continuation of a September series on Russian History. There is no pre-requisite for participation in this course, since subjects will be treated differently from those discussed in September.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Rokeby Museum: Dual Exhibit Tour & Talk 👥 FULL

with Lindsay Varner
Meeting Date: Tuesday, October 12, 1-2:30 pm ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

Participants will tour Rokeby Museum’s award-winning exhibit Free & Safe: The Underground Railroad in Vermont and the seasonal exhibit A Modern Artist: The Commercial Art of Rachael Robinson Elmer. The Museum’s Director and Education Programs Manager will give an introduction and lead a Q&A after the tour. Participants will have time to freely visit the historic buildings. Provide own transportation to the Rokeby Museum, 4334 Route 7, Ferrisburgh.

Currently UVM is requiring everyone (including those who have been vaccinated) to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth when attending all OLLI in-person programs. Please refer to the Health/Safety section at the top of this page for up to date guidelines.

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Opening the Vaults at the Fleming Museum 👥 FULL

with Alice Boone
Meeting Date: Saturday, October 16, 12:30-2 pm ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

Only a small portion of the Fleming Museum’s collection of art and material culture is on view, so here’s a chance to make a request to see an object up close and personal in the Fleming’s fall public teaching space. OLLI students who sign up for the class will have a chance to suggest either a specific object using the Museum’s public collections database, uvm.edu/fleming/collections for access to the public collections database, or a general type of object and we’ll do what we can to select those items from Museum storage and put them on view for class discussion and deeper insights into their histories and meanings. Meet at the Fleming Museum, 61 Colchester Avenue, Burlington.

Currently UVM is requiring everyone (including those who have been vaccinated) to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth when attending all OLLI in-person programs. Please refer to the Health/Safety section at the top of this page for up to date guidelines.

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Darkness Falls Tour – Burlington’s Historic Haunts 👥

with Thea Lewis
Meeting Date: Tuesday, October 19, 11 am – noon ET
Members: $20 Non-Members: $35

Join author Thea Lewis (Haunted Burlington, Wicked Vermont, and more) for a trip through history on this perennial favorite; Queen City Ghostwalk’s Darkness Falls tour. This tour through the heart of Burlington has been chosen as one of New England’s Best haunted walks by Yankee Magazine, and features some of Burlington’s most infamous characters and intriguing haunts. Wear sensible shoes, and bring your curiosity. Meet at the Democracy sculpture, Courthouse Plaza, 199 Main Street, Burlington. Must register by Monday, October 19. Rain date: October 25. Weather appropriate clothing.

Currently UVM is requiring everyone (including those who have been vaccinated) to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth when attending all OLLI in-person programs. Please refer to the Health/Safety section at the top of this page for up to date guidelines.

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Reading Workshop: The Short Story and American Identity 💻

with Robert Weibezahl
Meeting Date: Thursdays, October 21-November 11, 2:30 – 4 pm ET
Members: $60 Non-Members: $90

The short story, often relegated a backseat to the novel, is a vibrant and essential form of storytelling in its own right. Many of our country’s greatest writers have used short fiction to explore myriad themes, particularly fundamental questions about what it means to be an American—or if we can even lay claim to a single national identity. In each class we will discuss three stories, thematically rather than chronologically, discovering how American writers over the last two hundred years grapple with issues of identity, womanhood, race, the immigrant experience, and other cultural touchstones that continue to define us. Students will read the assigned stories prior to class and are encouraged to take part in the lively discussions. Materials: The Oxford Book of American Short Stories, Second Edition. Edited by Joyce Carol Oates, ISBN: 978-0-19-974439-8.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Origins of Capitalism 💻

with Robert Hajdu
Meeting Date: Tuesday, October 26, 5:30-7 pm ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

Investigate the economic and social conditions in Western Europe during the 15th and 16th centuries that account for the emergence of capitalism.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Beginning Yoga I Session 3 💻

with Amanda McIntire
Meeting Date: Wednesdays, November 3-24, 5:30-6:30 pm ET
Members: $40 Non-Members: $60

Learn the basics of yoga, including the physical practice (asana), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation in this introductory course. Use of yoga mat recommended.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Beyond the Surface: Cultivating Meaningful Connections 💻

with Katherine Robinson
Meeting Date: Saturdays, November 6 & 13, 10:30 am – noon ET
Members: $30 Non-Members: $45

Connection is what we are wired for and is considered one of the many important and rewarding parts of being human. Studies have shown how isolation and lack of a support group can be incredibly detrimental to our physical and emotional health. We have all had to adapt to a new way of life in the past year because of the pandemic and many of us are still feeling out of sorts in our lives. How do we dissolve the walls of isolation and separation and learn to be in harmony with ourselves and others? In this course, we will be exploring the benefits of connecting with others, the early conditioning that can work against us and the steps needed to create meaningful connection.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: More Than Just A Liberal Justice 💻

with Greg Ferro
Meeting Date: Wednesday, November 17, 1-2:30 pm ET
Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

When you hear the name Ruth Bader Ginsburg, you may only think of her as a liberal justice. In this introductory overview of Justice Ginsburg, we will explore some of her life experiences, offices held, and most notable court decisions and dissents in which she was involved.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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Saint Nicholas and Speculaas: History and Baking Demo 💻

with Anna Mays
Meeting Date: Wednesday, December 1, 11 am – noon ET
Members: $20 Non-Members: $35

Saint Nicholas Day, or The Feast of St. Nicholas, is widely celebrated across Europe on December 6, with the giving of small gifts–often in shoes that children leave out the night before–cookies, sweet breads and storytelling. Join us as we learn about the history of Saint Nicholas of Myra, the 4th century bishop of Greek descent, who became the patron saint of children, sailors, and travelers and likely inspired the modern-day figure of Santa Claus, due to his legendary generosity. We will learn about the origins of Saint Nicholas Day traditions and how the holiday is celebrated today.

The class will include a baking demo for the spiced shortcrust biscuit Speculaas, the favorite cookie traditionally baked for Saint Nicholas Day in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

We will discuss traditional ingredients, baking techniques and the unique origin of the cookie linked to the Dutch East Indies spice trade. Learn a new cookie recipe for your holiday celebrations!

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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OM for the Holidays: A Journey into Meditation & Mindfulness 💻

with Katherine Robinson
Meeting Date: Thursdays, December 2, 9, & 16, 5-6:15 pm ET
Members: $40 Non-Members: $60

December can be stressful: shopping, cooking, out-of-town guests, parties, expectations. We are also coming out of a pandemic that has changed many of the expectations we had for the holidays and us as individuals. So go “OM For the Holidays!” Join Katherine Robinson on Zoom for this three-week journey that will include sharing deep breaths, mantras, seated qigong practices and more than a few OMs. Reduce holiday stress and boost your energy and gratitude.

Location: Online (All ZOOM links are included in your class confirmation email and will also be sent to your email on the morning of your class start date.)

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