A New England Primer:
The literature, history, and theology of Boston and Concord, Massachusetts
From Colonial Times until the American Civil War, Boston and Concord were the epicenters of American history, literature, and theology. Join Mike Mattek, English instructor at UW-Washington County, and discover the importance of these two cities—one large, one small—and their connections to the Puritan founders, the Revolutionary War, and the Transcendentalists.
Date:Mondays, February 10, 17, 24, March 3
Time: 7:15PM- 8:30PM
Location: Cedar Ridge
Tuition:First lecture on Feb. 10 is free, remaining three lectures are $29.00
People in History
John Degnitz, a history instructor at UW-Washington County, will examine some very influential historical figures in this five-part series. Martin Luther King Jr., Karl Marx, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, and Einstein will be studied in this history course.
Date: Wednesdays - March 5, 12, 26, April 2, 9
Location: Cedar Ridge
Religious and Philosophical People in History
Rich Edwards, a philosophy instructor at UW-Washington County, will examine various religious and philosophical figures in this six-part series . Each class will look at a different person and the pivotal influence they had in shaping our world. Muhammad, Jesus Christ, Buddha, Confucius, Gandhi, and Paul of Tarsus will be studied in this course.
Date: Wednesdays - April 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21
Time: 2 PM-3PM
Location: 1st Floor North Education Room
Retirement Planning Today®
In this course you will learn how: To manage investment risks, use new tax laws to your advantage, make informed decisions about your company retirement plan, and adjust your estate plan to function properly under the new laws.
However, money is only one aspect of retirement planning. This course blends financial education with life planning to help you build wealth, align your money with your values, and achieve your retirement lifestyle goals.
This course includes a 225-page illustrated textbook. Couples may attend together for a single registration fee.
Dates/Times: Two sessions are available - choose the one that best fits your schedule.
Session 1: Tuesdays, January 28 & February 4th (6:30pm-9:30pm)
Session 2: Wednesdays, January 29th & February 5th (6:30pm-9:30pm)
Fee: $69 for one or two persons from the same household includes book.
Chicago Architectural Trip
Date: April 26