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A Plunge Into Creative Nonfiction *NEW*
“Creative nonfiction” is a term that has come into vogue lately to describe the way nonfiction writers are pushing the limits of an ancient literary form - what is usually called the essay. Leslie Jamison, the editor of The Best American Essays 2017, writes, “The essay has always courted a reputation as a solipsistic genre, the mind fondling itself on the page. But to me, the defining trait of the essay is the situation and the problem of the encounter.The essay inherently stages an encounter between the “I” and the world in which the “I” resides; it models a certain way of paying attention, awesome, humble and suspicious all at once.” This course will involve reading a dozen of these varied encounters from The Best American Essays 2018, with guest editor Hilton Als, the New Yorker magazine’s longtime drama critic. To prepare for the first class meeting, please read The March on Everywhere by Leslie Jamison and The Big Thing on His Mind by Thomas Powers. Instructor: George Clack.
Tuition: $89 (includes $40 in fees*)
Thu Apr 18-Jun 13 1PM-3PM Glenwood Community Center XI-408 7930 #5454
(No class Apr 25, May 9, May 23 & Jun 6)
Thu Apr 25-Jun 20 1PM-3PM Glenwood Community Center XI-408 7931 #5455
(No class May 2, May 16, May 30 & Jun 13)
Fri Apr 26-Jun 21 1PM-3PM Health Sciences Building 110 XI-408 7932 #5458
(No class May 3, May 17, May 31 & Jun 14)
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Age-Ing to Sage-Ing Revisited *NEW*
SAGE-ing means that you are able to offer your well-earned and accumulated wisdom in a way that others will gladly accept-with kindness, deeper understanding of self and others, and a touch of strategic cleverness. In this practical, skill-building class, instructor Sandy Lundahl will teach
three foundational skills critical to having meaningful and productive conversations that allow you to share your wisdom with others. Bring paper, pen/pencil, and a folder.
Tuition: $59 (includes $40 in fees*)
Fri Mar 29-Apr 12 1:30PM-3:30PM Hickory Ridge XI-386 7945 #5574
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American Film Directors: A Closer Look *NEW*
Although actors often receive the accolades for a film’s success, without the director’s vision and talent that success would not be a given. This course will explore the director’s role as a collaborator in the film making process and how his technique and style affect the narrative. The works and themes of Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock, Robert Altman, Woody Allen and Orson Welles, a disparate group of successful film makers, will be discussed by instructor Arthur “Otts” Laupus.
Tuition: $59 (includes $40 in fees*)
Thu Feb 07-Mar 07 1PM-3PM Elkridge 50+ Center XI-388 7943 #5483
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Ancient Olympia *NEW*
Let the games begin! Sport, religion and politics converged in the ancient sanctuary of Olympia, Greece in 776 B.C. with a simple foot race dedicated to Zeus. Every four years, athletes, dignitaries, emissaries and tourists traveled to Olympia for the athletic-religious games that honored Zeus. Go back
in time to learn what took place over the five day period that attracted tens of thousands of people from all over the Greek-speaking world. These were not your modern Olympics! Instructor Bill McGowan.
Tuition: $25 (fee based, no waivers)
Tue Mar 05-Mar 12 10AM-12PM Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center XI-385 7936 #6002
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Andrew Jackson: A Pugilist as President *NEW*
Discover the events that catapulted Andrew Jackson to his two-term presidency, 1828–1836. You will examine his personal traits and his political philosophy that impacted the major events of his presidency. These include: (1) The Indian Removal Act; (2) the demise of the national banking
system; (3) The “Petticoat Affair” and the break-up of his cabinet; (4) the nullification and secession crisis with South Carolina. Finally, you will examine his legacy, which includes the formation of the modern Democratic Party. Throughout the program, you will compare and contrast Jackson’s
presidency to those of later presidents, including Donald Trump. Instructor: Roger Swartz.
Tuition: $54 (includes $45 in fees*)
Wed Mar 03-Apr 06 1PM-3PM Bain 50+ Center XI-391 7938 #5470
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Beginning Pickleball
Despite the odd name, Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the United States right now! Easy to learn and fun to play—it combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Join the fun! Learn the rules, scoring and techniques to get started or increase your skill if you are already playing. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Use our paddle or bring your own. Instructor Duane St. Clair founded and is active in the Howard County Pickleball Association.
Tuition: $60** (includes $46 in fees*)
Fri Mar 29-May 10 2:30PM-4PM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-471 7939 #5471
(No class Apr 19)
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Best American Short Stories Part II *NEW*
Each year, the editors of the more than 200 American literary magazines that publish short stories send their top stories to compete for a spot in the Best American Short Story anthology. This year’s guest editor is Roxanne Gay, a prolific author of fiction, as well as a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times. She is the author of two best-selling works of nonfiction: Bad Feminist and Difficult Women. It is expected that Ms. Gay’s selections will include new writers
and push the anthology into new territory. This course will meet every other week for six sessions and students will read and discuss two stories for each meeting. For the first class, students in all sections should read The Prarie Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld and The Baptism by Ron Rash. Instructor: George Clack.
Tuition: $89 (includes $40 in fees*)
Thu Jan 10-Mar 21 1PM-3PM Glenwood Community Center XI-406 7924 #4989
(No class Jan 17, Jan 31, Feb 14, Feb 28 & Mar 14)
Thu Jan 17-Mar 28 1PM-3PM Glenwood Community Center XI-406 7925 #5003
(No class Jan 24, Feb 7, Feb 21, Mar 7 & Mar 21)
Fri Jan 18-Mar 29 1AM-3AM Health Sciences Building 110 XI-406 7926 #5004
(No class Jan 25, Feb 8, Feb 22, Mar 8 & Mar 22)
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Better Health and Wellness for Senior Adults

Learn how to improve your cardiovascular system, muscle strength and endurance, coordination, and balance. The instructor will combine fitness training with health education to improve your health and wellness. Instructor: Patty Colabucci.

Tuition: $93 (includes $45 in fees*)
Tue, Thu Jan 15-Feb 28 1PM-2:20PM Bain 50+ Center XH-752 7900 #4373
Tue, Thu Mar 14-May 07 1PM-2:20PM Bain 50+ Center XH-752 7905 #4412
(No class Apr 16 & Apr 18)
Tue, Thu May 16-Jul 12 1PM-2:20PM Bain 50+ Center XH-752 7950 #6011
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Core Strength From a Chair

Strengthen your abs, obliques, lower back, and more in this 30-minute core-focused class. All exercises will be done in a chair with the age 50+ population in mind. Flatten and strengthen your abs, stabilize the lower back, improve balance and coordination, enhance flexibility, and promote better breathing. Class size is limited, please register early. Instructor: Christy Erwin.

Tuition: $20** (fee based, no waivers)
Mon, Fri Nov 19-Dec 21 10:55AM-11:25AM Bain 50+ Center XE-424 7858 #3341
No class Nov 23 & Nov 26
Mon, Fri Jan 07-Feb 08 10:55AM-11:25AM Bain 50+ Center XE-424 7941 #4368
(No class Jan 21)
Mon,Fri Feb 22-May 22 2:25PM-2:55PM Elkridge 50+ Center XE-424 7942 #4369
Mon, Fri Apr 01-May 10 10:55AM-11:25AM Bain 50+ Center XE-424 7906 #4403
(No class Apr 15, Apr 19 & Apr 22)
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Deadlier Than the Male Part II *NEW*
Agatha Christie is an icon in the classic mystery field. Lesser known, but every bit as accepted as part of the set of classic female detective writers of the Golden Age, is Ngaio Marsh, a New Zealander with British roots as well. The two of them follow the paths of the traditional Golden Age mystery with some interesting, and different, diversions. The first session of this class will be devoted to Agatha Christie and the second to Ngaio Marsh. Students should read (or reread) the classic Christie, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, and Death and the Dancing Footman by Ngaio Marsh. Both should be readily available at the public library if you do not wish to purchase them. You will discuss them as representatives of their genre as well as products of their individual authors. Instructor: Jean Sonntag.
Tuition: $25 (fee based, no waivers)
Thu Apr 25-May 02 1PM-3PM Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center XI-393 7949 #6005
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Deep Water Fitness

For mature adults seeking a total body workout to increase aerobic capacity, muscular endurance, and flexibility without any impact or stress on the joints. Deep water training also offers improvements in balance and posture by creating a substantial challenge to the core muscles. Participants must be comfortable in deep water wearing flotation equipment that will be provided. No tuition waivers for this course. Pool depth begins at 4’. Instructor Patty Colabucci.

Tuition: $100** (includes $45 in fees*)
Mon, Wed Jan 14-Mar 18 10AM-11AM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-250 7947 #4367
(No class Jan 21 & Feb 18)
Tue, Thu Jan 15-Mar 14 11AM-12PM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-250 7904 #4366
Mon, Wed Mar 25-Jun 03 10AM-11AM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-250 7914 #6601
(No class Apr 15, Apr 17 & May 27)
Tue, Thu Mar 21-May 28 11AM-12PM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-250 7915 #6602
(No class Apr 15 & 18)
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Drawing for Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced Levels

This class will focus on a variety of drawing approaches, from the realistic to the abstract. Special attention will be given to the area of portraiture. Beginners will be introduced to the basics of drawing, including exercises that appeal to both technical and creative components. Intermediate and
advanced students will receive individualized instruction as they work to improve and refine their skills. Bring white paper and a pencil to the first class. Supply list will be distributed that day for independent purchase. Cost for supplies is about $20. Please register early. No tuition waivers for this
course. Instructor: Ann Wiker.

Tuition: $79** (includes $40 in fees*)
Sat Mar 02-Mar 30 9:30AM-11:30AM Elkridge 50+ Center XE-653 7946 #5847
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Ephesus and the Temple of Artemis *NEW*
The famed ancient city of Ephesus, in Turkey’s picturesque Aegean region, attracts some 2.5 million tourists and history buffs each year. The well-preserved ruins of this port city were added to UNESCO’s prestigious World Heritage list in 2015. Considered one of the most important Greek trading centers, Ephesus survived multiple attacks and was conquered many times. You will discuss the history of this city, and virtually explore the library of Celsus and the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the Ancient world. Instructor Bill McGowan.
Tuition: $25 (fee based, no waivers)
Tue Feb 05-Feb 12 10AM-12PM Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center XI-384 7935 #6001
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German for Travelers

Are you ready for a Rhine River cruise, Oktoberfest, or the famous Christmas markets? Learn German survival vocabulary plus practical German phrases and expressions that allow you to introduce yourself, ask for and follow directions, order food and drink, and more. Each class will include a "Kulturecke" (cultural corner) pointing out cultural highlights, customs, regional differences, and do's and don'ts that await you and your exploration. Instructor Stephanie McGowan is a native German speaker. Optional Textbook (T)

Tuition: $79** (includes $40 in fees*)
Fri Feb 08-Mar 01 10AM-12PM Hickory Ridge XE-222 7944 #0799
This version of German for Travelers is designed with ages 50 and up in mind.
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Gilded Age: Robber Barons and Muckrakers *NEW*
Were the dominant Titans of Industry such as Carnegie, Vanderbilt, Gould, Morgan, and Rockefeller robber barons, holding power over government, eliminating competitors, and stifling any attempt of their labor forces to unionize, or were they just shrewd businessmen and major philanthropists
who founded The Carnegie Foundation, Vanderbilt University, and Colonial Williamsburg? This question will be considered, as will the philosophy of Social Darwinism, as it influenced the Gilded Age. Learn how "muckrakers" (a term applied by Theodore Roosevelt to social reformers) mitigated
some of the worst economic abuses of the age and left as a legacy the field of investigative journalism. Instructor: Roger Swartz.
Tuition: $64 (includes $45 in fees*)
Wed Mar 06-Apr 03 9:45AM-11:45AM Glenwood Community Center XI-392 7937 #5469
(No class Mar 20)
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Historical Parallels: 1812 and 2018 *NEW*
Oftentimes, historical perspective is lost in the busy-ness of the present. The early years of our new country’s founding had issues similar to those facing the United States today. There were trade issues, politically heightened news coverage, menacing world powers, widespread concern with President Madison’s decisions and the potential for foreign invasion (in fact, America was attacked). Join Fort McHenry interpreter Perry Berman for a look at the lasting changes created by the War of 1812 and its parallels in 2018.
Tuition: $25 (fee based, no waivers)
Sat Feb 16-Feb 23 10AM-12PM Elkridge 50+ Center XI-256 7929 #5451
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History of the U.S. Presidency Part II: 1780s
Although George Washington was the first President under the U.S. Constitution, our country was a loose confederation of states through the 1780s. Under the Articles of Confederation, there were ten other men who served as President of the United States. From Adams to Tyler, this course will examine the last five of these presidents, their lives, political careers and presidential service to the country. Instructor: Patrick Heline.
Tuition: $64 (includes $45 in fees*)
Sun Jan 27-Feb 24 11:30AM-1:30PM Health Sciences Building XI-364 7951 #6022
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Inside "The Little Patuxent Review" *NEW*
The Little Patuxent Review is a literary magazine based in Howard County that publishes poetry, short stories,and creative nonfiction.  In each class of this three-session course, you will read and discuss several poems, a short story, and a work of nonfiction from the LPR's Winter 2018 Issue, which received an all-time high of 932 manuscript submissions nationwide.  How and why did the editors choose each item?  You will also discuss the big issues that every literary magazine confronts nowadays: Does the magazine go digital or produce a print edition to better reach readers? Should they aim for a national or regional audience?  What is the ideal mix of up-and-coming writers versus established names? To help answer these questions, LPR staff members will sit in for panel discussions with students. Instructor: George Glack.
Tuition: $89 (includes $40 in fees*)
Wed Nov 28-Dec 12 1PM-3PM Glenwood Community Center XI-405 7867 #3332
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Intermediate Pickleball *NEW*
\Now that you’ve learned the basics of Pickleball, it is time to up your game! Improve the accuracy and consistency of your shots. Recognize the importance of court position and avoid making common mistakes. Instructor Duane St. Clair founded and is active in the Howard County Pickleball Association. Prerequisite: Beginning Pickleball (XE 471) or some league playing. Bring your own paddle.
Tuition: $60** (includes $45 in fees*)
Fri Mar 29-May 10 2:30PM-4PM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-499 7928 #5449
(No class Apr 19)
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Mixed Media: Drawing and Painting
There are very few working artists today who can say that they only use one type of material in their artistic practice. This course will teach you how to create dynamic artworks by combining various drawing and painting media, including but not limited to charcoal, graphite, watercolor, and acrylic. You can expect to complete several small works throughout this course. All levels of experience are welcome. Materials list will be distributed and discussed at the first class. Estimated cost $25. Instructor: Kara LaRose.
Tuition: $99** (includes $40 in fees*)
Wed Apr 24-May 22 1:30PM-3:30AM North Laurel Community Center XE-204 7927 #5309
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Optimal Fitness Training for Seniors
Join ACE certified instructor Christy Erwin for a moderate intensity workout to improve your cardiovascular system,
strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance. This class is appropriate for the active senior, and includes low impact aerobic exercise (35-45 mins.) followed by stretching and cool-down. Fifteen minutes is used for improving strength, and using hand weights while seated in a chair. The remaining time is spent on floor exercises for toning muscles and stretching.
Tuition: $93 (includes $45 in fees*)
Mon, Wed, Fri Nov 19-Dec 24 9:30AM-10:50AM Bain 50+ Center XH-753 7857 #3339
No class Nov 23 & 26
Mon, Wed, Fri Jan 07-Feb 08 9:30AM-10:50AM Bain 50+ Center XH-753 7912 #4964
(No class Jan 21)
Mon, Wed, Fri Feb 20-Mar 22 9:30AM-10:50AM Bain 50+ Center XH-753 7913 #4965
Mon, Wed, Fri Apr 01-May 10 9:30AM-10:50AM Bain 50+ Center XH-753 7916 #4413
(No class Apr 15, Apr 17, Apr 19 & Apr 22)
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Pottery: Form, Function, and Design

The instructor, a professional potter, welcomes students of all levels to this class. You will enjoy the opportunity to shape your own creations as you work on a variety of projects. Learn about glazing, hand building and advanced decorating techniques. The materials fee will cover 15 lbs. of clay and glaze. Students are responsible for purchasing additional clay and glaze. Limited enrollment so please register early! Instructor: Charlene O’Dell-Randolph.

Tuition: $130 (includes $80 in fees*)
Fri Jan 04-Mar 08 10AM-12PM Bain 50+ Center XI-655 7876 #4021
Mon Jan 07-Mar 25 10AM-12PM Bain 50+ Center XI-655 7874 #4019
(No class Jan 21 & Feb 18)
Tue Jan 08-Mar 12 10AM-12PM Bain 50+ Center XI-655 7875 #4020
Fri Mar 29-Jun 07 10AM-12PM Bain 50+ Center XI-655 7948 #5999
(No class Apr 19)
Tue Apr 09-Jun 11 10AM-12PM Bain 50+ Center XI-655 7918 #4438
Mon Apr 15-Jun 24 10AM-12PM Bain 50+ Center XI-655 7919 #4440
(No class May 27)
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Senior Aquatic Wellness
Improve your fitness and health. Learn how to monitor your pulse rate, recognize heart rate zone, and expand your range of motion. New students should call 443-518-4971 to obtain an Emergency Information Form and Release, which must on file with the instructor by the first day of class. Classes meet in the HCC pool, Athletic & Fitness Center. Instructor Patty Colabucci.
Tuition: $150 (includes $94 in fees*)
Mon, Wed Jan 14-Mar 18 9AM-10AM Athletic & Fitness Center ZB-433 7908 #4394
(No class Jan 21)
Tue, Thu Jan 15-Mar 14 10AM-11AM Athletic & Fitness Center ZB-433 7909 #4395
Mon, Wed Mar 25-Jun 03 9AM-10AM Athletic & Fitness Center ZB-433 7920 #4441
Tue, Thu Mar 21-May 28 10AM-11AM Athletic & Fitness Center ZB-433 7921 #4442
No class Apr 15 & Apr 16
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Senior Water Exercise and Aquatic Training (SWEAT)

Are you looking for a way to work out without a lot of impact on your joints? In this class you can improve physical fitness though exercise in an aquatic environment. A variety of workouts will be used in the shallow as well as the deep end of the pool. Swimming skill is not mandatory, but you should feel comfortable in the water. No tuition waivers for this course. Pool depth begins at four feet. Instructor Patty Colabucci.

Tuition: $57** (includes $45 in fees*)
Fri Jan 11-Mar 15 9AM-10AM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-154 7910 #4365
Fri Jan 11-Mar 15 10AM-11AM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-154 7911 #4364
Fri Mar 29-Jun 07 9AM-10AM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-154 7922 #4396
(No class Apr 19)
Fri Mar 29-Jun 07 10AM-11AM Athletic & Fitness Center XE-154 7923 #4397
(No class Apr 19)
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Symbolism: Renaissance to Contemporary Art *NEW*
Rumors and legends have emerged around many masterpieces based on the recognizable symbols and compositional designs used by the artists. What kind of feelings and meaning are the artists trying to convey? Are symbol and design patterns represented in every piece created by a specific artist? If so, how are they found? Join artist Kara LaRose to examine works of art from the Renaissance masters to contemporary artists. Upon completion of this course, visiting museums will be a whole new experience!
Tuition: $79 (includes $40 in fees*)
Tue Feb 19-Mar 19 1:30PM-3:30PM Glenwood Community Center XI-387 7940 #5475
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The Unexpected Books of the Bible *NEW*
Students studying the Bible as literature often react to some books with the question, “How did these ever get into the Bible?” For this reason, one might call the following works the Bible’s unexpected books: Song of Solomon, Ecclesiastes, and Job. They challenge the more conventional content of the Hebrew Bible/Christian Old Testament. This course will examine the backgrounds and themes of these books, including what we know about their authorship and time of composition, the biblical genres into which they fit, and the nature of their pathway into what became sacred scripture
for two major religions. For the first class, students should read all of the Song of Solomon and Ecclesiastes (both short works). For the second class, students should read the following parts of the book of Job: Ch. 1-14, Ch. 19, Ch. 29-34, and Ch. 38-42. Students should bring their Bibles with them
to class. Instructor: Jean Sonntag.
Tuition: $20 (fee based, no waivers)
Wed Nov 28-Dec 05 1PM-3PM Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center XI-374 7838 #3298
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U.S. History Through the Decades Part II *NEW*
Join instructor Patrick Heline for a discussion on the second half of the 1920s, 1925-1929. These five years saw the U.S. isolating itself from the rest of the world post WW I, enjoying great prosperity and then suffering the depression from the Stock Market Crash of 1929, bringing the Roaring 20s to an end. A middle class began to emerge and Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, John Dawes, Charles Lindbergh and Al Jolson were cultural icons. The time period also saw a thinly veiled cultural civil war in which a pluralistic society clashed over immigration, prohibition, evolution, the Ku Klux Klan, women’s rights and race - clashes that continue in the 21st century.
Tuition: $64 (includes $45 in fees*)
Sun Oct 21-Nov 18 1PM-3PM Hickory Ridge XI-379 7873 #3476
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U.S. History Through the Decades Part III *NEW*
Join instructor Patrick Heline for a discussion of 1929 and the first half of the 1930s (1930-1934). These five year saw the end of the economic prosperity of the 1920s and the crash of 1929, the onset of the Great Depression, President Hoover’s reaction, and the political infighting among Republicans. Learn about the struggles and survival stories of the American people during this period, as well as the societal and cultural icons who emerged.
Tuition: Join instructor Patrick Heline for a discussion of 1929 and the first half of the 1930s (1930-1934). These five year saw the end of the economic prosperity of the 1920s and the crash of 1929, the onset of the Great Depression, President Hoover’s reaction,
Sun Jan 27-Feb 24 2PM-4PM Health Sciences Building 110 XI-382 7952 #6031
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U.S. History Through the Decades Part IV *NEW*
Join instructor Patrick Heline for a discussion on the Second half of the 1930s (1935-1939). These five years saw the rise of the New Deal Programs and the effect that the New Deal had on the Great Depression; society’s reaction to this program, the Dust Bowl, the increasing mobility of society,
backlash to the New Deal Programs, and sowing the seeds for World War II. In this class, you will also examine the lives of major historical figures such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, John Maynard Keynes, Eleanor Roosevelt, Adolph Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, and others.
Tuition: $64 (includes $45 in fees)
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Using Mindfulness Meditation to Increase Happiness

We often think happiness is dependent on external factors. We suffer from the “if only” disease, looking for the next big thing that will finally make us happy. Mindfulness meditation gives you tools to create lasting happiness that does not rely on others. Explore how clinging to your attitudes and possessions creates dissatisfaction and how loving, kindness, generosity, and gratitude can help alter your outlook on life. Course includes meditation exercises and discussion. No previous meditation experience required. Instructor: Jerry Hartman.

Tuition: $25** (fee based, no waivers)
Sat Feb 19 9:30AM-12PM Elkridge 50+ Center XE-118 7933 #5467
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Yoga for Caregivers
Caring for loved ones with conditions such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, cancer or other life-threatening illnesses is honorable, but can leave you feeling emotionally depleted and physically drained. This course, with yoga instructor Stacee Johnson, provides a respite for you to focus on much needed self-care. Explore the gentle and meditative side of yoga while building community with other caregivers. Please bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel and wear comfortable clothing. Using a chair is an option.
Tuition: $22** (fee based, no waivers)
Tue Mar 05-Apr 23 2PM-3:30PM Elkridge 50+ Center XE-495 7934 #5468
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