Winter/Spring Classes

Many great classes will be available for the Winter/Spring 2019 starting in February.  The catalog will be mailed late in January 2019 and at that time the catalog, calendar and registration form will be available.  See below for the partial list of classes.  The Winter/Spring catalog and calendar will have the full class descriptions, dates and locations.  Registration is required for all classes.

Adult Learners Institute classes are conducted in cooperation with Washtenaw Community College.  Two classes are being offered with our partners, the Chelsea District Library and the Chelsea Senior Center, and are FREE, but you must pre-register.

If you have questions, please Contact Us, send an e-mail to info@adultlearnersinstitute.org or call 734-292-5540.

The 2019 Winter/Spring Catalog is not yet available

The 2019 Winter/Spring Calendar is not yet available.

Registration for Winter/Spring 2019 will open in January 2019.

 

Classes for Winter/Spring 2019:

Many great classes will be available for Winter/Spring 2019 starting in February and some are listed below.  The catalog will be mailed late in January 2019.    The Winter/Spring catalog and calendar will have the class descriptions, times, locations and instructor biographies.  Registration is required for all classes.

The Art of Storytelling
Beverly Black and Laura Lee Hayes, March 20, 27, April 3, & 10 (4 Wednesdays)

A Bell in the East
Joan Gaughan,
April 29 (1 Monday)

Building the Modern World: Albert Kahn in Detroit
Michael Hodges, March 7 (1 Thursday)

A Comparison of Two Ann Arbor Neighborhoods: Historic Burns Park and More Modern Ann Arbor Hills
Grace Shackman 
(presented in cooperation with WCC), May 2,9,16 & 23 (4 Thursdays) – 2:00 to 4:00 pm

Fun with Maps
Christopher Thiry, March 29 (1 Friday) – 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Indoor Gardening
Jennifer Fairfield 
April 16 (1 Tuesday)

Ireland and Wales
Rhoda Perkins-Boyer, April 23 (1 Tuesday)

Scott Joplin – the King of Ragtime
John Hauger, April 15 (1 Monday)

Korea: War, Peace and International Rivalies
Jui Hwa Upshur,
March 6 & 13 (2 Wednesdays) 10:00 am to 12 noon

Maurice Ravel: Music’s Master Craftsman 
Henry Aldridge, March 7 (1 Thursday)

Michigan Warblers and Owls
Don Chalfant, May 10 (1 Friday)

Michigan Wildflowers Though the Season
Tom Hodgson, April 22 (1 Monday)

Monuments and Their Stories
Elisabeth Thoburn (presented in cooperation with WCC), May 7 & 14 (2 Tuesdays)

Origins of the Italian Renaissance
Susan Nenadic 
(presented in cooperation with WCC), March 14, 21, 28 & April 4 (4 Thursdays)

Racing to Mackinac Island: The Pinnacle of Great Lakes Sailboat Racing
Joel Craig
, April 18 (1 Thursday)

Scandinavian Islands and Architecture
Karen Vigmostad
(presented in cooperation with WCC), March 5, 12, 26 & April 2 (4 Tuesdays)

Shakespeare: Histories and Tragedies
Geraldine Pittman de Batlle, April 5, 12, 19 & 26 (4 Fridays)

Thai Curries: Three Colors, Three Ways
Trinh Pifer, Jim and Mary Randolph
, April 26 (1 Friday)

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.