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Dodici AzpaduPrize-winning poet and author, Dodici Azpadu, holds a PhD in Language and Literature and an MFA from the University of Iowa Writers Workshop. She has taught in the Honors College at UNM, and currently, she teaches writing at CNM. Her novels SATURDAY NIGHT IN THE PRIME OF LIFE and GOAT SONG were published in the United States and Great Britain, and both enjoyed more than 10-years of bookstore shelf life. Her third novel, LIVING ROOM, was a 2010 finalist for the NM Book Awards in Fiction. For more information, visit her website at www.dodici-azpadu.com.

Upcoming Classes:

Writing Fiction (Section FAA) ‐ 9/25/17
Writing Poetry (Section FAA) ‐ 9/26/17

As an art historian, Susan

Upcoming Classes:

Precursors of the Italian Renaissance (Section FAA) ‐ 9/22/17

Hakim Bellamy, the inaugural Poet Laureate of Albuquerque, NM (2012-2014), is a national and regional Poetry Slam Champion and recognized author and performer. Bellamy received honorable mention for the University of New Mexico Paul Bartlett R

Upcoming Classes:

Gospel: Black Folk Music (Section FAA) ‐ 10/5/17
Writing Your Personal Anthem (Section FAA) ‐ 11/3/17

Jeff BergIn 2001, Jeff Berg began a film series while living in Las Cruces that featured mostly movies that were shot at least in part in New Mexico. It was then that he started researching the subject extensively, since the series became the most attended event at the two different venues that he worked with through 2012, before returning to Santa Fe. He has traveled the state showing film clips from New Mexico movies since 2011, covering the length and width of the Land of Enchantment. Berg is a Santa Fe based freelance writer, whose recent book on the subject,

Upcoming Classes:

New Mexico in Film: From Page to Screen (Section FAA) ‐ 11/7/17

Richard Blankmeyer was born and raised in Anaheim, CA. He attended the University of Southern California in on an NROTC scholarship, graduating in 1960 with a BA in Social Studies. Upon graduation, Dick served three years active duty as an officer in the U.S. Navy where he was assigned to an LST home ported in San Diego. After leaving the navy, he embarked on a 39 year career in banking which included various management positions in internal audit, consumer loan operations, and project development. Dick retired in 2002 and moved to New Mexico with his wife, Carol.

Upcoming Classes:

Behind the Fence for National Defense — Japanese‐American Internment in WWII (Section FAA) ‐ 11/7/17
Home Front to War Front:The Contributions of American Women to the Allied Victory in World War II (Section FAA) ‐ 12/6/17

Roberta BoggessRoberta Boggess is on the Leadership Council of the OLLI at the University of New Mexico. She is an active volunteer, participating in membership drives and any necessary events from baking cakes to making presidential decisions. Roberta has a B.A. in literature and an M.A. in linguistics. She taught writing and literature in Albuquerque Public Schools for 31 years. "Bobbie" has received several teaching awards including the Chamber of Commerce's Blue Ribbon Teacher of the Year in 1990 and 1998. An informed and animated teacher, she loves explaining "the story behind the story" to make literature and history come alive. Ms. Boggess has taught the following courses for the Osher program: Beowulf, Chaucer

Upcoming Classes:

Walk — and Be Buried — Like an Egyptian (Section FAA) ‐ 10/10/17
Hang, Baby, Hang... Witch Hysteria in New World (Section FAA) ‐ 10/26/17
Why Do We Say That? ‐ Knocking on Wood and Chasing White Elephants (Section FAA) ‐ 11/2/17
Mirror, Mirror On the Wall, Why, Oh Why, Doesnt Disney Call? (Section FAA) ‐ 11/21/17
Escape? From Alcatraz (Section FAA) ‐ 12/15/17
Christmas in Excess (Section FAA) ‐ 12/8/17
Summer Sailin' with Osher (Section SUA-PE) ‐ 8/25/17
Why Do We Say That? A Hodgepodge of Potpourri, Part II (Section SUA-PE) ‐ 8/29/17
Lizzie Borden Took a Hatchet and Gave Her Father 11 Whacks (Section SUA-PE) ‐ 8/31/17
How Sweet It Is: The History of Candy (Section FAA) ‐ 9/12/17
Mythology, the Bible or Shakespeare (Section FAA) ‐ 9/25/17

BA English/Philosophy, cum laude, UNM 1969 MA Special Education, UNM 1971 Ph.D Ed. Foundations UNM 1984 Career special education teacher, APS, taught all levels of exceptionality and all age levels, including adults at Youth Detention Center/Camino Nuevo. Taught Special Ed. teachers at Continuing Ed. summer programs for several years also. Retired 2010. NM Regent Clan Buchanan Intl., Celtic Harp/Vocals, retired costume business "Vestments", and member of Threshold Choir Intl. I have studied harp on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland, and am interested in all things Celtic, as well as Egyptian archaeology.

Upcoming Classes:

The Hidden History of the Celtic Harp (Section FAA) ‐ 9/22/17
How the Scots Transformed Albuquerque (Section FAA) ‐ 9/8/17



Upcoming Classes:

Poetic Forms of the World: From Historic to Contemporary (Section FAA) ‐ 11/7/17
Contemporary Multicultural Poetry (Section FAA) ‐ 9/9/17

Heidi CarlsonFor the past 30 years I have worked with writers and literary agents to improve their writing projects. I have reviewed and critiqued the unpublished memoirs of Paul Newman, Surgeon Generals Dr. Joycelyn Elders and C. Everett Coop, and Martin Short to name a few. I carefully analyze these projects and give positive feedback to writers and literary agents instructing them on how they can improve their stories and make them the best they can be.

Upcoming Classes:

Journal with Collage (Section FAA) ‐ 9/12/17

Angelo CervantesAngel Cervantes is an avid genealogical researcher and has done historical and genealogical research in the Archivos of Chihuahua, Colima, Jalisco and Zacatecas, Mexico. He worked as a NM State Archivist in Santa Fe in 2001.

Upcoming Classes:

The Real Zorro: Who was Joaquin Murrieta? (Identity in the 19th Century Southwest) (Section FAA) ‐ 10/20/17
Anthropological Genetic History: The Suebi Connection to New Mexican Families (Haplogroup I) (Section FAA) ‐ 10/6/17
Amazon Warrior Women and the Sarmatians (Section FAA) ‐ 11/10/17
Anthropological Genetic History: The Vandals Connection to New Mexican Families (Haplogroup I) (Section FAA) ‐ 11/17/17
Who was the Roman Emperor Hadrian? (Section FAA) ‐ 12/1/17
Anthropological Genetic History: The Visigoths Connection to New Mexican Families (Part I) (Section FAA) ‐ 12/15/17
Roanoke: The Lost Colony through DNA (Section SUA) ‐ 8/25/17
Who Was Leonardo da Vinci? (Section FAA) ‐ 9/15/17
The Conquest of Florida and Andrew Jackson (Section FAA) ‐ 9/29/17
Cradle of the Gods: Gobeklitepe (Section FAA) ‐ 9/8/17



Upcoming Classes:

Bossa Nova: A Musical Travelogue (Section FAA) ‐ 11/3/17

Mary Mortensen Diecker is the principal of RM Technical Services, Inc., providing consulting services in a variety of areas. She is the author of "Roadrunner Tales," a book in calendar form containing 366 stories about New Mexico. She teaches classes in New mexico History at CNM's Emeriturs Academy and the Road Scholar.

Upcoming Classes:

Talk of the Town: A History of Albuquerque (Section FAA) ‐ 10/23/17
Sadie Orchard ‐ Notorious Pioneer Woman of New Mexico (Section FAA) ‐ 11/14/17



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Grow Laughter: Foster a Sense of Humor in Your Grandchildren (Section FAA) ‐ 9/16/17



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Viktor Frankl and Our Search for Meaning (Section FAA) ‐ 12/11/17

Jane EllenJane Ellen is a published, award-winning composer who shares her passion for music, history, and religious studies with Albuquerque audiences. Jane completed double majors with honors at the University of New Mexico, and shortly thereafter began working as a freelance lecturer. A popular, long-time instructor for OASIS, Jane has also presented programs for the International Anne Frank Foundation, Elderhostel, KHFM-Radio, and various social and religious groups. With a catalog of over 60 published works, and numerous commissions, she has released four CDs of original compositions and written for musical theatre, television, radio and film. An award-winning member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), and former National Director of Sigma Alpha Iota's American Composers Bureau, her works have been internationally performed.

Upcoming Classes:

Chopin: Music of the Night (Section FAA) ‐ 10/10/17
Oh, What A Lovely War! Music and Words of World War I (Section FAA) ‐ 10/11/17
Henry Chapin ‐ Cat s in the Cradle (Section FAA) ‐ 10/2/17
Stephen Foster ‐ the First Popular American Songwriter (Section FAA) ‐ 11/13/17
Truckin with the Grateful Dead (Section FAA) ‐ 11/2/17
Straight, No Chaser: The World of Thelonious Monk (Section FAA) ‐ 11/8/17
19637 Gloria in Excelsis Deo, Section FAA‐EFA (Section FAA) ‐ 12/1/17
The Wit and Wisdom of Tom Lehrer (Section SUA) ‐ 8/23/17
David Bowie: Retrospective (Section FAA) ‐ 9/22/17
In the Year of the Cat: Al Stewart (Section FAA) ‐ 9/6/17



Upcoming Classes:

The Case for Reincarnation (Section FAA) ‐ 10/20/17
The Psychology of Addiction (Section FAA) ‐ 10/4/17
The Great Composers: Baroque, Classical and Romantic Periods (Section FAA) ‐ 11/6/17
Why We Won the American Revolution (Section FAA) ‐ 12/4/17
Introduction to Playwriting (Section FAA) ‐ 9/8/17

Robert GishRobert F. Gish holds B.A., M.A., and Ph.D.degrees in English and American Studies from the University of New Mexico and is the recipient of the Erna Fergusson Distinguished Alumni Award from UNM. He is the author of over twenty works of fiction, memoir, folktales, and literary biographies as well as numerous monographs and essays on the literature, history, and culture of the American Southwest. His short story collections include West Bound, Dreams of Quivira, Bad Boys and Black Sheep, and First Horses: Stories of the New West. Bob taught at the University of Northern Iowa from 1967-1991, where he was University Distinguished Scholar and Professor of English, as well as Associate Dean of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts. He served as Director of Ethnic Studies and Professor of English and Ethnic Studies at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo from 1991-2001. He is a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Pen West, the Authors Guild, and the Screen Actors Guild. He and his wife, Judith, live in Albuquerque. They are the parents of three children and six grandchildren. He is a jazz guitarist and vocalist by avocation. Please visit his website: www.robertfgish.com

Upcoming Classes:

Tone and Audience in Writing (Section FAA) ‐ 10/26/17

Donald Gluck has four university degrees including a PhD in Engineering. He was an early subscriber to William Buckley

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Conservatism from Its Beginnings to Today (Section FAA) ‐ 12/5/17



Upcoming Classes:

Foodology (Living History of Food) (Section FAA) ‐ 9/14/17

Ralph Greene

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Art History (Section FAA) ‐ 10/17/17

Carol A. Hill is a geologist and author of many books including Cave Minerals of the World, and Geology of Carlsbad Cavern, and Geology of the Delaware Basin. She was featured on the NOVA show "Mysterious Life of Caves," which aired on PBS on October 1, 2002. Carol has been an ASA member since 1984 and a member of the ASA Affiliation of Geologists since its foundation.

Upcoming Classes:

Geology of the National Parks (Section FAA) ‐ 10/4/17
The History of Geology (Section FAA) ‐ 11/29/17
Geology of Valley of Fires and White Sands (Section FAA) ‐ 11/8/17
Geology of the Sandia Mountains and Rio Grande Rift (Section FAA) ‐ 9/6/17

Lizabeth JohnsonLizabeth Johnson earned her MA in History from UNM in 2000 and her Ph.D. in History from University of Wash

Upcoming Classes:

A Social History of the Medieval Church, 200‐1563 AD (Section FAA) ‐ 10/18/17
Women in Ancient and Medieval Europe (Section FAA) ‐ 9/6/17

David Johnson, Ph.D. retired from the University of New Mexico after over thirty-three years of teaching creative writing, mythology, and world literature. His most recent book is Rebirth of Wonder: Poems of the Common Life (UNM Press, 2007), which one reviewer called "an autobiography written in poetry." He has published four additional books or chapbooks of poetry: Altar to an Unknown God (Solo Press, 1990), Pilgrim Country (San Marcos Press, 1976), The Oldest Song (San Marcos Press, 1983), and Fire in the Fields (Writers on the Plains, 1996). He also wrote Word Weaving: A Creative Approach to Teaching and Writing Poetry (NCTE,1990). In addition to co-editing the six-volume Bedford Anthology of World Literature (2003), he has published articles on mythology, comparative religion, and Mexico travels. He has lectured and conducted workshops throughout New Mexico. He is presently working on his autobiography. Proud of his three children, Peter, Sarah, and Maia, David Johnson lives with Mona, his wife of over forty years, in Albuquerque.

Upcoming Classes:

The Four Pillars of Spirituality (Section FAA) ‐ 9/7/17

Julius Kaplan earned his BA from Wesleyan University, his MA and PhD from Columbia. An art historian by profession, now retired, he has been an opera fanatic since his mid-teens. Attracted to New Mexico by Santa Fe Opera, he is currently Vice-President of the Board of Opera Southwest. Relevant experience: a life-long opera enthusiast, I have seen the opera many times and have read extensively about Puccini, Belasco and the opera itself.

Upcoming Classes:

History of Opera IV ‐ (1900 ‐ 1950) (Section FAA) ‐ 10/18/17

Ramona King is a film/ television actor and storyteller. For over 25 years she's observed, written and developed performances inspired by human wisdom and communications on stages throughout the US in venues including the White House, cultural centers, universities, festivals, and conferences. In addition, she's consulted and coached performance artists, authors, and speakers for engaging audience delivery. "Many thanks to you and your compassionate, wise, and empowering counsel to bring forth my authentic voice in the world. Your coaching is much more than simply how to tell a story. It's about how to truly show up in the world" -Naomi C. Rose, Author and Publisher (www.naomicrose.com) Her training includes: Ho 'oponopono (Ancient Hawaaian practice of reconciliation), strategic coaching methods, Family Studies and Human Development, and various acting methods and techniques. She's attended both the Cornell University (Human Development and Family Studies) and the University of New Mexico (Early Childhood Development).

Upcoming Classes:

Using the Power of Storytelling for a Masterful Legacy (Section FAA) ‐ 10/18/17
The Art of Storytelling (Section FAA) ‐ 10/6/17



Upcoming Classes:

Songwriting 102: The Joy of Singing (Section A) (Section FAA) ‐ 10/27/17
Songwriting 102: The Joy of Singing (Section B) (Section FAB) ‐ 11/6/17

John F. Krebsbach, M.S. is the Administrator for the NM DNA Identification System, the state-wide criminal DNA database for NM, and the Chairman of the state-wide DNA Oversight Committee. He has held each of these positions since the programs inception in 1997, building the database from scratch into one of the most effective programs for its size in the country. He was a member of U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft's Initiative on DNA Backlogs and was a member of the FBI's Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods, acting as the co-Vice Chair of the Quality Assurance Committee. He is also the former Chairman of the Association of Forensic DNA Analysts and Administrators. Having conducted over twenty-nine inspections of crime laboratories throughout the country, he has been a reviewer of inspections performed by other inspectors as a member of the National DNA Index System's Audit Review Panel. He earned a B.S. degree in Chemistry from Wayne State College in Nebraska, and an M.S. in Forensic Science from the University of New Haven in Connecticut.

Upcoming Classes:

19721 Functions of Criminalistics: The Modern Crime Lab, Section SPA (Section SUA) ‐ 8/24/17



Upcoming Classes:

Introduction to Improv, Section A (Section FAA) ‐ 10/16/17
Introduction to Acting (Section FAA) ‐ 10/7/17

Matilde MachiavelloUruguayan, Teacher of English, Team Coach, NLP Master Practitioner, Brain Gym Facilitator, passionate about accompanying processes of personal and professional growth. Bilingual Storytelling keen on spreading the word of South American greatest writers who voice their local customs, traditions and much more.

Upcoming Classes:

Stories to Empower and Reach Out (Section FAA) ‐ 10/13/17
Unveiling Latin American Culture through Paintings (Section FAA) ‐ 9/5/17

Jim MunroeJim Munroe holds a BS in Optics from the University of Rochester and an MSEE in Electro Optics from Northeastern University in Boston. He retired from Los Alamos after more than 25 years as a member of the technical staff working in areas including scientific intelligence and nuclear nonproliferation. He traveled extensively in Russia from 1989 to 2002 and also spent time in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. He has a lifelong interest in history and current events. Jim is a trained facilitator for "Great Decisions" discussion groups on foreign policy.

Upcoming Classes:

Foreign Policy and Current Events (Section A) (Section FAA) ‐ 9/11/17
Foreign Policy and Current Events (Section B) (Section FAA) ‐ 9/11/17

Jon NimitzJon Nimitz has a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Stanford University, and taught at universities for about 10 years. He was consistently rated by students as an outstanding instructor. After that he ran a small research and development business working on environmentally friendly chemicals. Always interested in philosophical and spiritual issues, since retiring from technical work he has taught classes for UNM CE on "Introduction to India," "The Meaning of Life," and "Loving What Is: The Work of Byron Katie." He is currently a self-employed investor. He spent a total of about two years in India, teaching high school and traveling with Indian friends through all regions of the country. He has made a point of exploring a wide range of spiritual traditions. He also gives talks on investment topics to the local chapter of the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII). He has received numerous academic awards and has qualified to join MENSA. He has published two books and over 100 technical reports and papers.

Upcoming Classes:

Buddhism (Section FAA) ‐ 10/27/17
Taoism (Section FAA) ‐ 9/15/17

Chris NolanChris started in music playing bass guitar with his older brothers in a family band. He then played guitar for Eldorado

Upcoming Classes:

Stranger Than Fiction, The Paul McCartney Conspiracy (Section FAA) ‐ 11/2/17

Dr. Norton was born in a drafty log cabin in the Carpathian Mountains.... Actually, close but not that close. She was born in the former Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic, and thanks to the former USSR, she came as a refugee with her family to Canada. She wanted to become a veterinarian, but somehow she became a historian, generally regarded as a much less useful profession. After graduating from the University of Western Ontario with BA and MA in history, she sought the warmer climate of New Mexico, U.S.A. Several years, and a Ph.D. later, she still resides, with her English husband, in the Land of Enchantment. Although she considers herself a recovering academic, she can't seem to give up her favorite subject, and she therefore shares her passion for it by consulting, occasionally teaching, and lately writing. Well, she does not really like the writing part ; she likes the research and the finishing part.

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Of Lore and Lattes: The Legend of Melusine (Section FAA) ‐ 11/16/17

Stephen PolandSteve Poland has a passionate interest in the area of happiness and well-being. He has been greatly influenced by the science of positive psychology with its focus on human strengths rather than human weakness. As a New Mexican, he is committed to bringing these insights to our state. His presentations on happiness and well-being at the New Mexico Psychological Association and the New Mexico Conference on Aging have been well received. For many years he

Upcoming Classes:

Living Resilient Lives (Section FAA) ‐ 11/28/17

Howard RomanekHoward Romanek was a history and urban studies teacher for most of his career at the Glenbrook High Schools in Illinois. While there, he helped to create the first four year international studies program in Illinois, the Glenbrook Academy of International Studies. Since retiring in 2003, he has been a substitute teacher, guest lecturer and volunteer basketball coach at Glenbrook South High School. From 2005 - 2010, he was a member of the history Department as Illinois State University. He

Upcoming Classes:

The Seven Deadly Sins Today (Section FAA) ‐ 10/11/17
A Fractured Relationship: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft (Section FAA) ‐ 10/16/17
The Galileo Case Revisited (Section FAA) ‐ 12/4/17
Emergence of Japan and the United States on the World s Stage: The Columbian Exposition of 1893 (Section FAA) ‐ 12/7/17

Gail RubinGail Rubin, CT, The Doyenne of Death

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Membership Event: From Child Pose to Corpse Pose: Life, Death, Yoga and Spirituality (Section FAA) ‐ 10/21/17
Making Plans to Live Well Until We Die Panel Discussion (Section FAA) ‐ 10/22/17
Laughing and Learning: A Practical End‐of‐Life Workshop (Section FAA) ‐ 11/17/17
Keys to Downsize and Organize Your Life (Section FAA) ‐ 9/13/17

Rob SpiegelSenior Editor, Design News ; Lifelong Writer and Author of Six Books

Upcoming Classes:

Writing Online (Section FAA) ‐ 11/2/17
Writing True: Memoir and Memoir‐Based Fiction (Section FAA) ‐ 11/6/17
Blogging Your Way to Writing Success (Section FAA) ‐ 9/15/17
In the Moment: Writing Effective Scenes (Section FAA) ‐ 9/7/17

Specialties: the Reformation, 18th century Europe, and the French Revolution. History professor, specialist in the social and political forces of 18th century Europe history professor, social and political forces of 18th century Europe. Places historical events in context with art, architecture, religion and other cultural aspects Part of European Studies faculty. Ph.D. from UCLA in Early Modern European history.

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Paris, 1815‐1875 (Section FAA) ‐ 10/12/17

From Washington DC to teaching in South America, from Mexico to teaching in Mongolia and England, Dr. Maya Sutton is a traveler and educator. Maya graduated from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and received her Ph.D. in Education from the University of New Mexico. Her specialties are adult learning, cognitive development, life stages, and experiential learning. Since the 1980s Maya has been active in distance learning for adults and in taking education to adults where they work. As president of Sutton Seminars, she has trained thousands of people in stress management at government and private organizations throughout the West.

Upcoming Classes:

Mont‐Saint‐Michel and St. Michael's Mount (Section FAA) ‐ 11/28/17
Celts and Vikings — How did they Mix? (Section FAA) ‐ 12/5/17
Irish Healing Wells (Section FAA) ‐ 9/20/17



Upcoming Classes:

When Comedy became a News Source, Section SUC‐PE (Section SUC-PE) ‐ 8/23/17

Shari TarbetAn educator for 29 years, Shari has taught English, history, creative writing, and mythology from the 7th grade through college level. This includes three summers teaching with Upward Bound. She is a graduate of Kansas University with undergraduate degrees in education, humanities, and communications. She also holds an MA in Mythological Studies from the Pacifica Graduate Institute, and is currently working on her PhD at the same school. She has studied Urban Druidry with Dr. Maya Sutton, and is a published writer and photographer. She has also been a consultant with Intel Corporation. An Albuquerque resident for 24 years, her other interests include belly dance and jewelry making, her Scottish heritage, and three pet cats.

Upcoming Classes:

Songwriting 101 ‐ Anyone Can Do It (Section FAA) ‐ 10/12/17
Myth 'n Movies (Section FAA) ‐ 11/7/17



Upcoming Classes:

Husbands and Wives and Spanish Colonial Law in New Mexico (Section FAA) ‐ 9/29/17

Mr. Trestrail graduated with honors, obtaining a B.S. degree in Pharmacy, from Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan, in 1967. In 2010, he received the "Distinguished Alumnus Award" from his alma mater. Mr. Trestrail

Upcoming Classes:

Four Infamous Criminals (Section FAA) ‐ 10/19/17
Weapons of the American Civil War (Section FAA) ‐ 10/9/17
The History of Toilet Paper: A Story That Begins at the END! (Section FAA) ‐ 12/4/17
On the Air! Turncoat Propagandists Who Broadcasted During War Time, Section SUE‐PE (Section SUE-PE) ‐ 8/30/17
Vanished: Searching for Lost Explorers (Section FAA) ‐ 9/11/17



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NaNoWriMo Writing Series (Section FAA) ‐ 10/28/17

Gay Witherington

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Cultural Creatives and the Emerging Earth Wisdom Culture (Section FAA) ‐ 10/28/17



Upcoming Classes:

Feng Shui To Enhance Health, Wealth and Happiness (Section FAA) ‐ 11/1/17

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