May
24
10:30 AM10:30

Ardo Speaks

Heatherwood’s own Ardo Meyer, retired Geophysicist, presents monthly programs on his extensive travels and interesting adventures. In April, Ardo’s program will be a continuation on his experience during the Traverse from McMurdo to the South Pole; focusing on the nine other Traverse members, who they were, what their duties were and what happened to them after they completed their mission. In May, his program is titled “Cemeteries & Funerals.” Hear about the beauty, serenity and awe-inspiring simplicity of military cemeteries worldwide. Learn about other nation’s memorials that are equivalent to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Hear about how Ardo was “sorry of” the official “Eulogy Giver” for the Meyer family, and the heartbreaking story surrounding his wife’s funeral; and how his planned eulogy became part of one of his “Ardo Speaks” programs. During June’s program, “Early Childhood Memories,” Ardo will speak about his life on a farm in Nebraska. He will talk about growing up during The Depression, and WWII, and about The Dust bowl, prairie fires, droughts, floods, hailstorms, grasshopper plagues and tornados.

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May
28
2:45 PM14:45

Introduction to Classical Opera

It’s doubtful that any other form of music can so admirably capture our universal humanity like classical opera. This art form skillfully blends theatrical performance, drama, music and dance into a torrent of passionate emotions which have influenced not only individuals, but the history and politics of governments as well.

Join Dr. Roger Koment in this 6-lecture series as he describes the various components of opera and demonstrates how composers combine these to create works of great emotive power. Throughout, we listen to excerpts from the most important works in all of classical opera. The topics that will be covered in this series are Opera Singers, Arias, Duets, Choruses, Opera Houses and Opera Appreciation.

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Jun
2
1:00 PM13:00

Salsa Music & Dance

Bailemos! A vibrant celebration of salsa music and dance. Enjoy son, danzon, salsa and timba while learning basic footwork, rhythm, and timing techniques. Taught by long time dancer and educator Shalonda Brooks. In this workshop, she introduces the basics of Salsa and Reuda de Casino. Adaptive movements included, both seated and standing. Open to all. No prior dance experience/partner needed.

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Jun
6
2:45 PM14:45

FBI Early History: The Gangster Era

Did Machine Gun Kelly really nick-name FBI agents “G-Men”? What happened at the Kansas City Massacre? Why wasn’t kidnapping a criminal offense when Charles Lindberg’s son was stolen from his crib and killed? How was the case solved? Who were the famous outlaws in the “Gangster Era” and how were they captured and killed? Which radio programs about the FBI were authorized by the Bureau and which were not? To conclude his presentation, Jack French will play excerpts from FBI radio shows of the forties and fifties.

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Jun
11
11:00 AM11:00

Navigating the News by Pam Benson

It’s simply exhausting. We’re bombarded with news from so many directions - in newspapers, on TV, radio, the Internet and social media. And with the critical midterm elections rapidly approaching, there’s so much to sift through. It’s sometimes tough to separate the wheat from the chaff. How do we know what’s real and what’s fake? Join veteran journalist Pam Benson,w ho was a producer at CNN for 33+ years, for a lively discussion on the stories dominating the news; why the same story can be reported in a variety of ways and how you can become a better consumer of the news.

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Jun
11
2:45 PM14:45

Introduction to Classical Opera

It’s doubtful that any other form of music can so admirably capture our universal humanity like classical opera. This art form skillfully blends theatrical performance, drama, music and dance into a torrent of passionate emotions which have influenced not only individuals, but the history and politics of governments as well.

Join Dr. Roger Koment in this 6-lecture series as he describes the various components of opera and demonstrates how composers combine these to create works of great emotive power. Throughout, we listen to excerpts from the most important works in all of classical opera. The topics that will be covered in this series are Opera Singers, Arias, Duets, Choruses, Opera Houses and Opera Appreciation.

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Jun
13
6:30 PM18:30

Paint & Sip - Pablo Picasso: Art and the Conscience of 20th Europe

In this 90-minute class, we will explore the work of perhaps the most venerated and ridiculed artist of the 20th century. While many distain Picasso’s abstractions, the emotional and moral component of his artist endeavors are complex and admirable. Although some see his paintings as child-like, Picasso’s complex and innovative renderings of people and historical events are worthy of study.

The class will begin with a 20-minute power-point lecture highlighting both Picasso’s early more realistic representations and his turn toward abstraction and cubism. A 50-minute practicum will follow the lecture. As a group we will produce a copy of a Picasso painting, replicating his unique vision of the human form. Upon completion of our paintings we will participate in a 20-minute critique of our paintings.

All supplies are included.

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Jun
17
2:45 PM14:45

Newsworthy with Jerry Grossman

Five-time Emmy Award winning news producer Jerry Grossman presents fascinating “Newsworthy” topics in this interesting course. In addition to his talks, he will show short videos and test your memory with multiple choice trivia questions. In June, “Little Known Facts About the Biggest News Stories.” Simple twists of fate affecting America’s biggest news stories since the Revolutionary War. Totally fascinating, and totally amazing, join Mr. Grossman for these exciting classes!

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Jun
20
11:00 AM11:00

The Origins of Rock 'n Roll

How did we get here, musically speaking? Join musician, songwriter, and radio DJ Josh Urban to trace the origins of rock ‘n roll. You’ll learn about early ragtime, blues, and jazz, build a simple instrument, and follow the music up the Mississippi to the smoky bars of Chicago where the invention of the electric guitar would fundamentally alter music as it was known. Listen in as we spin records and study Scott Joplin, learn to write a blues son, and enjoy live guitar demonstrations of the sounds that laid the foundation of rock ‘n roll. This music is a uniquely American sound, and is part of our heritage.

How did we get here, and - where are we headed? Come learn about our history, become a curator of the sound, and… participate in the creation of it! In addition, participants will have the option to learn about new ways to listen to music using their smartphones to access a vast, free library of music online.

April’s session will be, “Dawning America - Victrolas, Ragtime, and the seeds of a sound.” Followed in May by, “That Delta Sound- Bedrock of Rock” (Plus build an instrument!) In June, Josh Urban will present, “It’s Electric! How the electric guitar sparked a revolution.”

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Jun
21
10:30 AM10:30

Ardo Speaks

Heatherwood’s own Ardo Meyer, retired Geophysicist, presents monthly programs on his extensive travels and interesting adventures. In April, Ardo’s program will be a continuation on his experience during the Traverse from McMurdo to the South Pole; focusing on the nine other Traverse members, who they were, what their duties were and what happened to them after they completed their mission. In May, his program is titled “Cemeteries & Funerals.” Hear about the beauty, serenity and awe-inspiring simplicity of military cemeteries worldwide. Learn about other nation’s memorials that are equivalent to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Hear about how Ardo was “sorry of” the official “Eulogy Giver” for the Meyer family, and the heartbreaking story surrounding his wife’s funeral; and how his planned eulogy became part of one of his “Ardo Speaks” programs. During June’s program, “Early Childhood Memories,” Ardo will speak about his life on a farm in Nebraska. He will talk about growing up during The Depression, and WWII, and about The Dust bowl, prairie fires, droughts, floods, hailstorms, grasshopper plagues and tornados.

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Jun
21
1:30 PM13:30

100 Jewish Artists by Nancy Kotz

This series, from Jewish Art Education (JAE), tells the story of this unique and special culture through works of art. Founded by Myrna Teck, PhD, in 2007 JAW is dedicated to increasing the understanding of the contributions to the visual arts of the Jewish civilization. In April the topic will be “Mid-20th Century Europe, and Beyond.” Followed in May by “Mid-20th Century Europe to America.” The last of the series will be “20th Century, Potpourri,” covering artists that did not fit within the other sessions. Join us and enjoy seeing some exquisite works of art.

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Jun
25
2:45 PM14:45

Introduction to Classical Opera

It’s doubtful that any other form of music can so admirably capture our universal humanity like classical opera. This art form skillfully blends theatrical performance, drama, music and dance into a torrent of passionate emotions which have influenced not only individuals, but the history and politics of governments as well.

Join Dr. Roger Koment in this 6-lecture series as he describes the various components of opera and demonstrates how composers combine these to create works of great emotive power. Throughout, we listen to excerpts from the most important works in all of classical opera. The topics that will be covered in this series are Opera Singers, Arias, Duets, Choruses, Opera Houses and Opera Appreciation.

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May
20
2:45 PM14:45

Newsworthy with Jerry Grossman

Five-time Emmy Award winning news producer Jerry Grossman presents fascinating “Newsworthy” topics in this interesting course. In addition to his talks, he will show short videos and test your memory with multiple choice trivia questions. In May, join Jerry for “The 75th Anniversary of D-Day,.” It was the most important battle of World War II; there was no turning back. It was a huge decision that involved incredible planning and plenty of luck. At stake, the fate of the United States and Great Britain.

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May
17
1:30 PM13:30

100 Jewish Artists by Nancy Kotz

This series, from Jewish Art Education (JAE), tells the story of this unique and special culture through works of art. Founded by Myrna Teck, PhD, in 2007 JAW is dedicated to increasing the understanding of the contributions to the visual arts of the Jewish civilization. In April the topic will be “Mid-20th Century Europe, and Beyond.” Followed in May by “Mid-20th Century Europe to America.” The last of the series will be “20th Century, Potpourri,” covering artists that did not fit within the other sessions. Join us and enjoy seeing some exquisite works of art.

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May
16
11:00 AM11:00

The Origins of Rock 'n Roll

How did we get here, musically speaking? Join musician, songwriter, and radio DJ Josh Urban to trace the origins of rock ‘n roll. You’ll learn about early ragtime, blues, and jazz, build a simple instrument, and follow the music up the Mississippi to the smoky bars of Chicago where the invention of the electric guitar would fundamentally alter music as it was known. Listen in as we spin records and study Scott Joplin, learn to write a blues son, and enjoy live guitar demonstrations of the sounds that laid the foundation of rock ‘n roll. This music is a uniquely American sound, and is part of our heritage.

How did we get here, and - where are we headed? Come learn about our history, become a curator of the sound, and… participate in the creation of it! In addition, participants will have the option to learn about new ways to listen to music using their smartphones to access a vast, free library of music online.

April’s session will be, “Dawning America - Victrolas, Ragtime, and the seeds of a sound.” Followed in May by, “That Delta Sound- Bedrock of Rock” (Plus build an instrument!) In June, Josh Urban will present, “It’s Electric! How the electric guitar sparked a revolution.”

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May
14
2:45 PM14:45

Introduction to Classical Opera

It’s doubtful that any other form of music can so admirably capture our universal humanity like classical opera. This art form skillfully blends theatrical performance, drama, music and dance into a torrent of passionate emotions which have influenced not only individuals, but the history and politics of governments as well.

Join Dr. Roger Koment in this 6-lecture series as he describes the various components of opera and demonstrates how composers combine these to create works of great emotive power. Throughout, we listen to excerpts from the most important works in all of classical opera. The topics that will be covered in this series are Opera Singers, Arias, Duets, Choruses, Opera Houses and Opera Appreciation.

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May
14
11:00 AM11:00

Navigating the News by Pam Benson

It’s simply exhausting. We’re bombarded with news from so many directions - in newspapers, on TV, radio, the Internet and social media. And with the critical midterm elections rapidly approaching, there’s so much to sift through. It’s sometimes tough to separate the wheat from the chaff. How do we know what’s real and what’s fake? Join veteran journalist Pam Benson,w ho was a producer at CNN for 33+ years, for a lively discussion on the stories dominating the news; why the same story can be reported in a variety of ways and how you can become a better consumer of the news.

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May
9
6:30 PM18:30

Paint & Sip - Mary Cassatt: America's Early Feminist Painter and Her Collaboration with Degas

In this 90-minute class, we will explore the work of Pittsburgh native and 19th century woman painter Mary Cassatt. Overcoming opposition from both contemporary culture and her own father, Ms. Cassatt ultimately developed a fascinating partnership with French Impressionist painter Edgar Degas. Ms. Cassatt is best known for her dignified portrayal of women and her exploration of their inner lives.

The class will begin with a 20-minute power-point lecture highlighting Cassatt’s most famous paintings and analyzing how her strong composition and play palette add a depth of emotion in her representations of women and children. A 50-minute practicum will follow the lecture. As a group, we will produce a copy of a Cassatt painting, replicating her unique palette and composition. Upon completion of our paintings we will participate in a 20-minute critique of our paintings.

All supplies are included.

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May
7
11:00 AM11:00

Heart of a Veteran

Remember Victory Day? Or Rosie the Riveter? How about Vietnam? Learn about past American Wars in VITAS Healthcare’s presentation of Heart of a Veteran. Ivy Roybal, will speak about the culture behind all of the past wars and explore differences and similarities. The Heart of a Veteran is truly one of the selfless service and courage. Come to REMEMBER.

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May
5
1:00 PM13:00

Salsa Music & Dance

Bailemos! A vibrant celebration of salsa music and dance. Enjoy son, danzon, salsa and timba while learning basic footwork, rhythm, and timing techniques. Taught by long time dancer and educator Shalonda Brooks. In this workshop, she introduces the basics of Salsa and Reuda de Casino. Adaptive movements included, both seated and standing. Open to all. No prior dance experience/partner needed.

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Apr
30
2:30 PM14:30

Moses by Peter Small

Historical Impressionist Peter Small believes that it is people who make history happen. While teaching History, he developed his program with costumed presentations for his classes, which became memorable and enjoyable lessons for his pupils. Mr. Small will bring Moses to the RUI University Learning Center. Come watch and learn from this enthusiastic entertainer and teacher.

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Apr
26
10:30 AM10:30

Ardo Speaks

Heatherwood’s own Ardo Meyer, retired Geophysicist, presents monthly programs on his extensive travels and interesting adventures. In April, Ardo’s program will be a continuation on his experience during the Traverse from McMurdo to the South Pole; focusing on the nine other Traverse members, who they were, what their duties were and what happened to them after they completed their mission. In May, his program is titled “Cemeteries & Funerals.” Hear about the beauty, serenity and awe-inspiring simplicity of military cemeteries worldwide. Learn about other nation’s memorials that are equivalent to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Hear about how Ardo was “sorry of” the official “Eulogy Giver” for the Meyer family, and the heartbreaking story surrounding his wife’s funeral; and how his planned eulogy became part of one of his “Ardo Speaks” programs. During June’s program, “Early Childhood Memories,” Ardo will speak about his life on a farm in Nebraska. He will talk about growing up during The Depression, and WWII, and about The Dust bowl, prairie fires, droughts, floods, hailstorms, grasshopper plagues and tornados.

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Apr
23
2:45 PM14:45

Introduction to Classical Opera

It’s doubtful that any other form of music can so admirably capture our universal humanity like classical opera. This art form skillfully blends theatrical performance, drama, music and dance into a torrent of passionate emotions which have influenced not only individuals, but the history and politics of governments as well.

Join Dr. Roger Koment in this 6-lecture series as he describes the various components of opera and demonstrates how composers combine these to create works of great emotive power. Throughout, we listen to excerpts from the most important works in all of classical opera. The topics that will be covered in this series are Opera Singers, Arias, Duets, Choruses, Opera Houses and Opera Appreciation.

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Mar
28
1:30 PM13:30

Crocheting

If you’ve ever wanted to learn the crafty skill of crocheting then this is for you! Come join Jasmine as she teaches a crochet class. Learn multiple techniques while incorporating stylish designs. Every month we will have a design theme with a project per month. Each class we will meet to show progress and move step by step until the project is complete. We are kicking off the creativity in January, using a basic stitch to make a scarf durable through the cold season. In February we are going to make a pot holder with a lovely Valentine’s Day theme. Finally in March we will be making a headband with a cheerful St. Patrick’s Day design. Let’s create beautiful pieces that are not only household and wardrobe functional but stylish as well!

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Mar
27
6:30 PM18:30

Humanities

Speaker Gail Shapkin stops by Heatherwood’s RUI University every Wednesday evening and discusses various topics of interest. Accompanied by short films or other visual items. Gail explores a variety of thought provoking topics of Humanities. Her presentations are always interesting and offer much to learn, so come and listen!  

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Mar
26
2:45 PM14:45

Rome in Antiquity

From a small settlement on the Italian peninsula in 735 BC, to an empire that ruled a majority of the known world, the 700 year history of ancient Rome is the story of Western Civilization.  Through Rome the achievements of ancient Greek civilization passed to Medieval Europe – with its own unique contributions added.  Rome was an idea; a grand experiment in global politics of its day and a beacon of light in a barbaric time.  Join Dr. Roger Koment in this six lecture course as he examines the history, politics, intrigues, accomplishments, and legacy of the most powerful kingdom the world has ever known.

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Mar
26
9:15 AM09:15

Chair Yoga

Come and learn about and practice this ancient discipline. During this course you will learn about breath control, simple meditation, specific bodily postures or “asanas”, and aromatherapy. Find out which poses benefit which parts of the body or bodily systems. Learn how to adapt poses for your own body and limitations. Enjoy simple meditation along with aromatherapies and learn the benefits of both. This course will help you connect with your mind, body and spirit.

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Mar
21
1:30 PM13:30

Crocheting

If you’ve ever wanted to learn the crafty skill of crocheting then this is for you! Come join Jasmine as she teaches a crochet class. Learn multiple techniques while incorporating stylish designs. Every month we will have a design theme with a project per month. Each class we will meet to show progress and move step by step until the project is complete. We are kicking off the creativity in January, using a basic stitch to make a scarf durable through the cold season. In February we are going to make a pot holder with a lovely Valentine’s Day theme. Finally in March we will be making a headband with a cheerful St. Patrick’s Day design. Let’s create beautiful pieces that are not only household and wardrobe functional but stylish as well!

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Mar
20
6:30 PM18:30

Humanities

Speaker Gail Shapkin stops by Heatherwood’s RUI University every Wednesday evening and discusses various topics of interest. Accompanied by short films or other visual items. Gail explores a variety of thought provoking topics of Humanities. Her presentations are always interesting and offer much to learn, so come and listen!  

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Mar
19
9:15 AM09:15

Chair Yoga

Come and learn about and practice this ancient discipline. During this course you will learn about breath control, simple meditation, specific bodily postures or “asanas”, and aromatherapy. Find out which poses benefit which parts of the body or bodily systems. Learn how to adapt poses for your own body and limitations. Enjoy simple meditation along with aromatherapies and learn the benefits of both. This course will help you connect with your mind, body and spirit.

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Mar
18
2:45 PM14:45

Newsworthy

Five-time Emmy Award winning news producer Jerry Grossman presents fascinating "Newsworthy" topics in this interesting course. In addition to his talks, he'll show short videos and test your memory with multiple choice trivia questions. January’s class will be “An All-New, Fresh, Hot Off the Griddle One Hour of Nothing But Good News,” This is both an educational and a “feel good” program. In February, and in honor of Presidents Day, Mr. Grossman will present, “The President Did What?During this program, learn fascinating facts about our presidents that will surprise and amaze you. “The Future of News”, will be the topic of March’s discussion. How will our news be delivered to us? Some exciting plans are headed your way.  Join Mr. Grossman for these exciting classes!

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Mar
16
1:00 PM13:00

Virginia Relay Class

These classes will cover all the various traditional relay services and the specialized equipment used by individuals throughout the entire state of Virginia. These services are provided to those who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing and may have difficulty with speech. It is a free public service which enables individuals to communicate with standard telephone users. The conversation is relayed between the two callers by a specially trained Virginia Relay Communications Assistant. Learn the basics of the programs during the January program. In February the presentation will cover the various types of Caption Telephone Services along with the specialized equipment available for individuals who are Virginia residents.  This program and the equipment is free to those who are hard of hearing. The Caption Telephone services allow an individual to speak over the phone and read along with the conversation. The March presentation and training involves how relay calls work, how to properly answer and receive relay calls, the benefits for businesses and facilities throughout Virginia.  It’s extremely beneficial to understand that the Relay Friendly Partner program is designed to eliminate hang ups by educating business and individuals on how to identify, receive and place relay calls.  Come learn about these valuable services that can greatly improve the communication of those with hearing or speech difficulties.

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Mar
15
1:30 PM13:30

100 Jewish Artist

This is a series put on by Jewish Art Education (JAE) and taught by Nancy Kotz. Myrna Teck, PhD, founded JAE in 2007 and the programs are based on her research and presentations. The JAE is dedicated to increasing the understanding of the contributions of the visual arts to Jewish civilization. January’s program will be on Jewish artists of the 19th century, followed by 20th century Paris in February and 20th century Europe in March.  

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Mar
14
6:30 PM18:30

Paint & Sip

Merri Davis, PhD, Executive Director of The Center for Well-Being and Resiliency, LLC, will guide students step-by-step through reproductions of famous paintings or you can make a masterpiece of your own! This while sipping a glass of wine or some other beverage of your choice. Whether you are a seasoned painter or have never picked up a paint brush, this course is bound to be great fun and a wonderful opportunity to bring out your inner artist!

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Mar
14
1:30 PM13:30

Crocheting

If you’ve ever wanted to learn the crafty skill of crocheting then this is for you! Come join Jasmine as she teaches a crochet class. Learn multiple techniques while incorporating stylish designs. Every month we will have a design theme with a project per month. Each class we will meet to show progress and move step by step until the project is complete. We are kicking off the creativity in January, using a basic stitch to make a scarf durable through the cold season. In February we are going to make a pot holder with a lovely Valentine’s Day theme. Finally in March we will be making a headband with a cheerful St. Patrick’s Day design. Let’s create beautiful pieces that are not only household and wardrobe functional but stylish as well!

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Mar
13
6:30 PM18:30

Humanities

Speaker Gail Shapkin stops by Heatherwood’s RUI University every Wednesday evening and discusses various topics of interest. Accompanied by short films or other visual items. Gail explores a variety of thought provoking topics of Humanities. Her presentations are always interesting and offer much to learn, so come and listen!  

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Mar
13
6:30 PM18:30

Humanities

Speaker Gail Shapkin stops by Heatherwood’s RUI University every Wednesday evening and discusses various topics of interest. Accompanied by short films or other visual items. Gail explores a variety of thought provoking topics of Humanities. Her presentations are always interesting and offer much to learn, so come and listen!  

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Mar
12
2:45 PM14:45

Rome in Antiquity

From a small settlement on the Italian peninsula in 735 BC, to an empire that ruled a majority of the known world, the 700 year history of ancient Rome is the story of Western Civilization.  Through Rome the achievements of ancient Greek civilization passed to Medieval Europe – with its own unique contributions added.  Rome was an idea; a grand experiment in global politics of its day and a beacon of light in a barbaric time.  Join Dr. Roger Koment in this six lecture course as he examines the history, politics, intrigues, accomplishments, and legacy of the most powerful kingdom the world has ever known.

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Mar
12
11:00 AM11:00

Navigating The News

It's simply exhausting.   We're bombarded with news from so many directions--in newspapers, on TV, radio, the Internet and social media.  And with the critical midterm elections rapidly approaching, there's so much to sift through.  It's sometimes tough to separate the wheat from the chaff.  How do we know what's real and what's fake?  Join veteran journalist Pam Benson, who was a producer at CNN for 33+ years, for a lively discussion on the stories dominating the news, why the same story can be reported in a variety of ways and how you can become a better consumer of the news.

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Mar
12
9:15 AM09:15

Chair Yoga

Come and learn about and practice this ancient discipline. During this course you will learn about breath control, simple meditation, specific bodily postures or “asanas”, and aromatherapy. Find out which poses benefit which parts of the body or bodily systems. Learn how to adapt poses for your own body and limitations. Enjoy simple meditation along with aromatherapies and learn the benefits of both. This course will help you connect with your mind, body and spirit.

View Event →
Mar
7
1:30 PM13:30

Crocheting

If you’ve ever wanted to learn the crafty skill of crocheting then this is for you! Come join Jasmine as she teaches a crochet class. Learn multiple techniques while incorporating stylish designs. Every month we will have a design theme with a project per month. Each class we will meet to show progress and move step by step until the project is complete. We are kicking off the creativity in January, using a basic stitch to make a scarf durable through the cold season. In February we are going to make a pot holder with a lovely Valentine’s Day theme. Finally in March we will be making a headband with a cheerful St. Patrick’s Day design. Let’s create beautiful pieces that are not only household and wardrobe functional but stylish as well!

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Mar
7
11:00 AM11:00

Health Talks from Legacy Healthcare Services

The Physical and Occupational Therapists of Legacy Healthcare Services, present monthly “Health Talks” on a variety of topics related to senior healthy living.  January’s topic will be “Brain Fitness”. Learn about the importance and ways of keeping your brain fit. In February explore the topic of “Feeling Good as You Age”, followed in March by the topic of “Sleep”. These discussions are designed to help you live your very best life! 

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