Center for Senior Citizens’ Education offers new course options this winter
In addition to the regular fall and spring programs provided by the Center for Senior Citizens’ Education, this year the center is offering some new options.
A three-day, two-night program will be held Sunday through Tuesday, Jan. 22-24, at the Daniel C. Gainey Conference Center in Owatonna. Art Zannoni will present a program titled “Meeting God Again: Biblical Images.” Pre-registration and an initial deposit must be made this week, Oct. 17-21.
For more information or to register, call the Center for Senior Citizens’ Education, (651) 962-5188.
In January and February, the center will introduce two Web-based online options for senior citizens.
“Dealing With Germans: Getting Beyond Stereotypes”
Dr. Paul Schons has developed a program titled “Dealing With Germans: Getting Beyond Stereotypes.” Click on Schons’ online course sampler that allows you to try out the course material and your computer hardware and software to be sure you can connect with the class.
“Understanding Music and Culture”
Dr. Christopher Kachian’s popular “Understanding Music and Culture” will be adapted for use by senior citizens over the winter months. It will be a fully Web-based interactive multimedia program.
For more information about any of these programs or to register, call (651) 962-5188 or visit the Center for Senior Citizens’ Education Web site.