Winter/Spring Classes

 

The Catalog for the Winter/Spring 2018 term will be mailed in January 2018.

Adult Learners Institute classes are conducted in cooperation with Washtenaw Community College.  Two classes will be offered with our partners, the Chelsea District Library and the Chelsea Senior Center, and are FREE. 

Check back in January for an updated list of classes. You will be able to access the catalog, calendar and registration form here at that time.


 

View our Winter/Spring classes, instructors, times and locations.

View the Winter/Spring calendar.

Registration will open in January.

 

Classes for Winter/Spring 2017:

The Winter/Spring 2017 term is now over and had many great and interesting classes.  

Architecture: The History of Dexter and Chelsea
Grace Shackman (presented in cooperation with WCC)
, starting May 4 (4 Thurs.)

Astrology 
Beverly Fish (presented in cooperation with WCC), 
starting Feb. 27 (4 Mondays)

China’s Chiang Kai-Shek and Mao Zedong – Molders of China’s Destiny 
Jiu Hwa Upshur
, April 7 & 14

Climate: Global Warming 
John Seeley, 
April 21 & 28

Cruising Southern Spain and Portugal 
Charlotte Wyche, 
April 26

Freedom of Speech and the First Amendment 
Alan Tucker (presented in cooperation with WCC)
, starting Mar. 16 (4 Thurs.)

Gardening in Containers 
Jennifer Fairfield, 
April 27

Genesis: Where It All Began 
Rev. Ken Phifer (presented in cooperation with WCC), 
starting May 3 (5 Weds.)

Humans and Canines: a Symbiotic Relationship 
Greg Peter, 
Feb. 23 & Mar. 3

Iran History: 1500 to the Present 
Joan Gaughan, 
starting March 1 (4 Weds.)

Italy’s Geography and Culture
Marcella Corona,
 Feb. 16

Knowing: How do I know what I know? 
Charlie Taylor, starting Mar. 21 (4 Tuesdays)

Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation 
Rev. Walter Schmidt, 
starting March 2 (5 Thursdays)

Mekong River Journey 
Trihn Pifer, 
Feb. 17

Musical Theater 
Hank Muir and Chris Lenehan, 
starting April 10 (4 Mondays)

National Park Service Umbrella: Where Wildlife and History Abound 
Don Chalfant, 
May 5

Reiki: The Japanese Art of Health and Happiness 
Andrew Anders (presented in cooperation with WCC), 
starting Mar 3 (4 Fridays)

Teddy Roosevelt: A Breath of Fresh Air 
John Hauger
, May 12 & 19

Travelogues (2 Sessions)

      Rhoda Perkins-Boyer: Kenya–People and Nature, Feb. 21 

      David Larwa: 1,800 Miles and Counting, Feb 28

WWI – Like Lambs to the Slaughter 
Dennis Feims, 
April 6

To register for classes, visit our registration page.

Adult Learners Institute classes are conducted in cooperation with Washtenaw Community College. Classes being offered with our partners, the Chelsea District Library and the Chelsea Senior Center, are FREE but you must preregister (see catalog for directions).

To register for classes, click the link to the registration page. Registration is by mail only.

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