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Apr
5
Beginning in January 2020, at 6:15pm on the first Sunday of each month, join Issa Coulibaly and learn African dance! This will be a fun and relaxing class for all levels, featuring the traditional movement of Mali, West Africa.... (more)
Apr
5
Beginning in January 2020, at 5pm on the first Sunday of each month, Issa Coulibaly will teach an advanced beginner/intermediate African drumming class. Students will learn traditional rhythms of Mali West Africa, and are encouraged to bring their own Djembe drum.... (more)
Apr
6
Come join us in April for our ever-popular “Joy of Learning” series! These lectures will be offered by Jim Lynch, Senior Scientist Emeritus at Woods Hole Oceanographic and President of Cape Cod Astronomical Society, and Editor-in-Chief at Acoustical Society of America Publication. Week 1: Backyard Astronomy (equipment, the solar system and deep sky objects visible, web resources, books, apps). Week 2: Exoplanets, Extraterrestrial life and the Drake Equation Week 3: Black Holes: Their Ins and Outs Week 4: The Big Bang and Cosmology (Science at “The Outer Limits”) Registration is requested, but not required.... (more)
Apr
6
Part of our April Joy of Learning Series! A 4-part discussion over 4 weeks of Louisa May Alcott's novel, Little Women, led by Joanne Holcomb. Joanne retired in 2015 after 35 years as an English teacher and 7- 12 English/ Language Arts Department Head in the Falmouth Public Schools.... (more)
Apr
7
This grant-funded program will be offered for seven weeks beginning February 25, 2020. Designed to provide adult learners with the skills necessary to work in food service, the program is limited to 12 students.... (more)
Apr
8
Wednesdays in March and April Instructor Karen Shackleford of Cape Sands Ballroom will be reteaching the Waltz, Rumba, Foxtrot, and Swing that she taught over the last four months in her Wednesday Ballroom Classes.... (more)
Apr
8
Artists and writers! Take a deeper dive into our Gallery exhibits with Kim and Mary in this exciting workshop! Running roughly every six weeks in conjunction with each new Gallery installation, Encountering Art invites students to come and explore the current exhibit, then participate in a curated in-depth discussion of a single work.... (more)
Apr
8
Northern Ireland was formed from six of the nine counties of Ulster: four counties with unionist majorities and two counties, Fermanagh and Tyrone, which had Irish nationalist majorities.... (more)
Apr
8
This course will cover the most significant events from the ending of the hunger strikes to the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement. The curriculum covers: • The "Supergrass trials" of the 1980s • The Great Maze Escape in 1983 • The bombing of the Conservative party conference in 1984. • The Anglo Irish Agreement 1985. • The decision by Sinn Fein to end abstentionism in 1986 • The John Hume/Gerry Adams talks that began in 1988. • Shoot-to-kill policies of the British army - the Loughall ambush, killings in Gibralter and the assassination of solicitor Pat Finucane. • Media censorship of republicans. • Collusion between British army, police and loyalist paramilitaries in sectarian killings • The IRA campaign in England and the resignation of Margaret Thatcher. • The 1994 IRA ceasefire and the start of peace talks. • The role of US politicians and US President Bill Clinton. • The end of the IRA ceasefire when the Conservative Party, under pressure from Unionist politicians, refused to allow Sinn Fein to participate in the formal peace talks. • In 1996 the IRA bombed the London Docklands and a large part of the center of Manchester city with the largest bomb in Britain since WW2.... (more)
Apr
9
Come join us in April for our ever-popular “Joy of Learning” series! This class will be offered by Jelle Atema, PhD, professor emeritus at Boston University, and guest scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.... (more)
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