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Along with February classes, we are looking for volunteers to help teach kids about healthy eating habits. Learn more about this great program.

class schedule

From mystical poetry to current events, writing to law, February offers a number of interesting and compelling classes for our friends. Classes will be held at the Hamilton Holt building, the Rollins Campus, Winter Park Towers and other locations.

Also see our March and April classes. Scroll down to see the list of classes.

small works with clay

INSTRUCTOR: Catherine Cross

DESCRIPTION:  Become one with the clay by joining Small Works with Clay. During this class the instructor will work with you to enhance your clay experiences by utilizing hand-building techniques, tools, vocabulary, and creating great gifts. Through the process of kiln firing you will have the opportunity to learn about bisque, underglazes, and glaze. After learning about simple coil and slab construction, a variety of small works that are certainly suitable for gift or for decorations can be made. You will have the opportunity to choose what you would like to create from a variety of offerings that are within the small works curriculum, which are both functional for decorative and holiday works. While working with the clay it will assist with fine motor skills for your hand while engaging your mind with the creative process. The only requirement for this class is a willingness to laugh and have fun.

DATES: Mondays, February 2, 9, and 23 from 9:30am to 11:30am

LOCATION: Winter Park Presbyterian Church at 400 S. Lakemont Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32792

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homeland security

INSTRUCTOR: Chris Schmidt

DESCRIPTION: Ever wanted to know what Homeland Security is about? This course will introduce students to important vocabulary and components of Homeland Security. We will discuss the importance of the agencies associated with Homeland Security and their interrelated duties and relationships. We will also examine current and historical events that impact Homeland Security and the associated agencies.  While examining the current and historical events of Homeland Security we is also examine the most critical threats confronting Homeland Security. The agencies we will discussed will include Customs and Border Protection, Secret Service, TSA, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and Coast Guard

 DATES: Mondays, February 2, 9, 16, and 23 from 10:00am to 11:30am

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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mah jongg for beginners + (closed/full) email psmith@rollins.edu for waitlist

INSTRUCTOR:  Meril Salzburg

DESCRIPTION:  Want to wow your friends and family with a new and exciting game? Mah Jongg (commonly referred to as Maajh) is a fascinating, rummy-like game played with tiles rather than cards, originating in China.  It uses a Card of Official Standard Hands and Rules by the National Mah Jongg League, against which all games are played.  The game is enjoying a resurgence in popularity, with millions of dedicated players around the world. In this class, participants will learn the elementary principles of the game, leading to mastering the fine points of Mah Jongg.  Patience and practice will be repaid many times by the keen enjoyment invariably derived from the game.  Keep your mind active and vibrant by playing Maajh!   

Also, as noted in the course description, the game is played with "Mah Jongg Cards," which cost $8.00 each. Thus any students continuing the game will need to buy this card in order to play, which they can buy from the instructor. The instructor will have cards with them when teaching and then you can purchase them from the instructor.

DATES: Mondays, February 2, 9, 16, and 23 from 10:30am to noon

LOCATION: Crosby YMCA, 2005 Mizell Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789

NOTE: Only 16 spots are available 

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happy, happier, and most happy

INSTRUCTOR: Zena Sulkes

DESCRIPTION: This class will explore the literature about happiness and for - mulate a definition that fits us. We will explore together the meaningful types of happiness and how we might experience them.  We will look at some meaningful forms of happiness and how you apply them to your own life. Come with a smile on your face and prepared to share.

Curmudgeons need not register.

DATES: Mondays, February 2, 9, 16, and 23 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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intermediate mah jongg

INSTRUCTOR:  Meril Salzburg

DESCRIPTION:  Mah Jongg (commonly referred to as Maajh) is a fascinating, rummy-like game played with tiles rather than cards, originating in China.  It uses a Card of Official Standard Hands and Rules by the National Mah Jongg League, against which all games are played.  The game is enjoying a resurgence in popularity, with millions of dedicated players around the world.   In this class, participants will learn more about hands and rules on game playing, strategy and scoring. Keep your mind active and vibrant by playing Maajh!   

DATES: Mondays, February 2, 9, 16, and 23 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm

LOCATION: Crosby YMCA, 2005 Mizell Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789

NOTE: Only 16 spots are available 

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the writer's group at rollins

INSTRUCTOR: Catherine Cross

DESCRIPTION: Do you love to write?  If you answered yes, then you will want to join this group.  As a result to the positive responses in our "Your Life Story Writing Workshop" this group offers an opportunity for both published and unpublished writers of poetry, fiction, memoirs/essay, autobiography, historical documentation, children's stories...whatever your subject to come together for sharing through readings and discussion.  Inspiration, ideas, current trends and constructive critiques will prevail as beginners become more confident with your direction and published writers are inspired to stay the course.

DATES: Mondays, February 2, 9, and 23 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm

LOCATION:  Winter Park Presbyterian Church, 400 S. Lakefront Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789

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joseph campbell: utilizing the transformational properties of myth

INSTRUCTOR: Paul Jacob

DESCRIPTION: This class will delve into Joseph Campbell’s pioneering studies and teachings on the mythology of different cultures, religions and spiritual systems in order to evolve beyond the conditioned societal thoughts regarding them to what is vital and transformational within these myths that can be utilized to evolve the depth of our daily lives.

DATES: Mondays, February 2, 9, 16, and 23 from 1:45pm to 3:15pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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basic photography

INSTRUCTOR: Rinat Halon

DESCRIPTION: This course is designed for all camera owners (point & shoot, SLR, or even a smart phone) who want to understand how to photograph better, using their own cameras. No previous photography education is required. This course has class and field work combined. In the first class we will go over the basics: getting to know the camera – the language of photography (camera body, lens, the digital system, ISO, rule of thirds, freezing motion, and depth of field). In the second class, we will do a photo tour of Park Avenue, learn to use pre-set features, ISO and white balance. The third class will be a review of work.

DATES: Mondays, February 9, 16, and 23 from 3:30pm to 5:30pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

NOTE: Only 15 spots are available 

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inspired by the art of henri matisse

INSTRUCTOR: Catherine Cross

DESCRIPTION: What beauty and simplicity the art of Matisse provides as inspiration for colorful works.  We'll view and learn about the beautiful stained glass in the Delgado Chapel and Sanctuary at Winter Park Presbyterian Church and have a bit of art history to learn how having disabilities and illness in his senior years did not stop Matisse from his art making. Then we will proceed to create small works using a variety of art mediums engaging with some painting, cut paper, tearing and gluing.  Small pieces like cards, gift tags and artful gifts and keepsakes will make this colorful class a fun and delightful experience for all regardless of abilities. Wanting to be inspired and getting creative are the only requirements for this colorful program. All supplies included.

DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 10 and 17 from 9:30am to 11:30am

LOCATION: Winter Park Presbyterian Church, 400 S. Lakemont Avenue,  Winter Park, FL 32792

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how cities work

INSTRUCTOR: Sarah Sprinkel, City Commissioner of Winter Park; Vice Mayor of Winter Park

DESCRIPTION: Learn how cities work, how you can impact your local government and the best way to make your community the best place to live, work and okay for all generations.

DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 10, and 24 from 10:00am to 12:00pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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current events and politics

INSTRUCTOR: Bob DiConsiglio

DESCRIPTION:This class will discuss the major current events of the day and how they relate to politics. The topics to be discussed may include but not be limited to the following: aftermath of the 2014 midterm elections and the new Congress; 2016 Presidential election; The Affordable Care Act (Obama Care);Johnathan Gruber; immigration and President's Executive Action; separation of powers; Keystone pipeline; Ferguson and its aftermath; ISIS; ACC subsidies in federal exchanges; legalizing marijuana; is there a decline in America's standing in the world?;;and othermatters that are happening at the time of the class and any other subjects the class would like to discuss.

DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 11:00am to 12:30pm

LOCATION: Winter Park Towers, Parrys Corner, 1111 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32792

NOTE: Only 20 spots avaliable

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constitutional law

INSTRUCTOR: Bob DiConsiglio

DESCRIPTION:This class will discuss the major issues of our time and how they relate to the Constitution. The topics to be discussed may include but are not be limited to: ACC (Obama Care); separation of powers; executive action and immigration; Hobby Lobby case; recess appointments; subsidies for those individuals in federal exchanges; separation of church and state; federalism (state's rights); First Amendment; the Second Amendment; Voter ID laws; other Supreme Court decisions that come down during the course; and any other subjects the class would like to discuss.

DATES:Tuesdays , February 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm

LOCATION:Winter Park Towers, Parrys Corner, 1111 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32792

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social media savvy (closed full) email psmith@rollins.edu for waitlist

INSTRUCTOR: Candy Hamblin

DESCRIPTION: Learn how to navigate Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and other popular sites.

DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm

LOCATION: CSS 132

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florida's cracker heritage (closed full) email psmith@rollins.edu for waitlist

INSTRUCTOR: Joy Wallace Dickinson

DESCRIPTION: In some parts of the United States, you might be slugged for calling someone a Cracker, but in Florida the word “Cracker” connotes a rich heritage. Floridians laud Cracker architecture and read novels called Cracker westerns. We write and read obituaries in which folks say something like, “Daddy was a fourth-generation Cracker, and so proud of it.” All this has come to embody a heritage that has little to do with the dictionary definition of the word. In this class, we’ll examine the roots of Florida’s Cracker heritage and some of its manifestations in Florida’s literature, architecture, and cuisine. In the last class, we’ll visit examples of Cracker architecture Fort Christmas Historical Park.

DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm

LOCATION: First three sessions, Hamilton Holt Auditorium. Fourth session, Fort Christmas Historical Park. Note: Class members drive or carpool to Fort Christmas, which is about 20 miles east of Orlando. 

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fresh from the garden

INSTRUCTOR: Keri Byrum

DESCRIPTION: Learn about all of the fun and easy ways you can raise your own food! Growing your food is a great way to save money and increase nutrition. This four week course will cover fruit trees, vegetables, herbs and creating your own edible landscape. We will discuss how to make the most of spaces both large and small and how to combine in your yard or even on a balcony.  

DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 4:00pm to 5:30pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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financial strategies for successful retirement

INSTRUCTOR: Dan Zagata

DESCRIPTION: This course will show you a conservative approach to wise money management and help you identify lifestyle issues facing retirees. Attendees will learn how to maximize income, investments, Social Security, and retirement plans. This course will show students how to protect their hard earned assets from erosion due to inflation and the possible cost of long term health care.

DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm

LOCATION: Bush 302

NOTE: Only 20 spots are available 

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medieval history: romantic or disgusting? cancelled

INSTRUCTOR: Teresa Decio CANCELLED

TITLE: Medieval History:  Romantic or Disgusting? CANCELLED

DESCRIPTION: When one thinks of Medieval Times, notions of knights, ladies, and Medieval castles come to mind.  The truth of the matter, however, is that the Middle Ages were one of the most difficult times in history to live. This course will involve reading primary sources from knights, ladies, peasants and clergy members to get a realistic picture of life during Medieval times. In addition, lectures will be given on the history of the Middle Ages. We will learn that while life during the Middle Ages presented many hardships, there were positive contributions made to Western Civilization, as well.

 DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm CANCELLED

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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from mozart to elvis: a musical journey

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Sidney Soclof

DESCRIPTION: Would you like to go on a musical journey that takes you from the classical music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to the rock and roll music of Elvis Presley? On our way we will enjoy learning about the life and music of Stephen Collins Foster, Irving Berlin, and Al Jolson, with many music and video clips for your enjoyment

DATES: Wednesdays, February 4, 11, 18, and 25 from 10:00am to 11:30am

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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travels with charley: by john steinbeck

INSTRUCTOR: Paul Jacob

DESCRIPTION: This class will journey along with John Steinbeck and his French Poodle, Charley, as they travel across America together. We will look deeply into the concepts of community, regionalism, nostalgia, home and place within the 21st century American landscape and mindset.

Date:Wednesdays, February 4, 11, 18, and 25 from 10:00am to 11:30am

LOCATION:Winter Park Towers, Parrys Corner, 1111 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32792

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henry flagler and henry plant: their railroads, the rise of florida’s gold coast and west coast, and the florida keys overseas highway: the greatest railroad story ever told (closed/ full)

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Sidney Soclof     

DESCRIPTION: Henry Flagler and his Florida East Coast Railroad opened the development of the east coast of Florida. Henry B. Plant and his railroad and steamship system was a similar impetus for the opening of Florida's west coast.  Learn about these two remarkable men and their accomplishments, including the Florida Keys Overseas Railroad and later Highway. 

DATES: Wednesdays, February 4, 11, 18, and 25 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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masterpiece ii: art in the golden age

INSTRUCTOR: Roger Barrows

DESCRIPTION: Certain periods in history have been designated as “golden” because of their remarkable contributions to our cultural and intellectual heritage.  In this course, we will explore the art and culture of various “Golden Ages” throughout history.  Week 1:  the Golden Age of Pericles in Athens (from Greek sculpture to the Parthenon).  Week 2:  the Golden Age of Augustus in Rome and of Byzantine Art.  Week 3:  the High Renaissance art of Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael.  Week 4:  the Golden Age of Dutch Painting (Rembrandt and Vermeer) and of Spanish Painting (Velazquez, Murillo and El Greco).   As time allows, we may also consider the “Gilded Age” of the United States, as well as the Golden Ages of Islamic Art, the Sung Dynasty of China, and the Edo Period of Japan.  Travel the world as we strive to understand great artistic achievements of human thought and creativity.

 DATES: Wednesdays, February 4, 11, 18, and 25 from 4:00pm to 5:30pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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yikes! is this 20th century sculpture?

INSTRUCTOR: Jan Clanton

DESCRIPTION: Session 1 – Feminine Dimensions:  Louise Nevelson and Louise Bourgeois – Sculpture had traditionally been a man’s art because of the physical nature of the materials.  Well, hold on to your hat, because these two women sculptors put a new spin on a traditional art form!

Session 2: Pop Goes the Sculpture: Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen- Are hamburgers and badminton shuttlecocks typical subjects for sculpture?  Oldenburg introduces viewers to the ‘fun’ in contemporary art.

Session 3: Glass Sculpture: The Studio Glass Movement – This art movement happened in our own lifetimes!  It is exciting, wondrous and ephemeral, primarily because of the innovations introduced by Dale Chihuly, the master of color and light.

Session 4: Architecture as Sculpture: Frank Gehry – No one thought of architecture as sculpture – it was utilitarian, protective, and almost always boxy.  Frank Gehry, a California architect, changed all that with his design of the Guggenheim Museum at Bilbao, Spain.  Architecture will never be the same!

DATES: Thursdays, February 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 10:00am to 11:30am

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium 

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the period eye: how did 15th century florentines “read” a painting?

INSTRUCTOR: Bob Lemon

DESCRIPTION:  In Florence of the early 1400s, only about 15 percent of the population could read and write, as we know it. Yet, nearly everyone went to church and knew well the tales of the Old and New Testaments. They learned their Bible literature visually – from paintings, frescoes and sculpture. How did they ‘read’ the art of their time? What did they see when they looked at a painting? When they viewed religious art, it is likely they saw something very different from what we see when we look at the same pieces. Explore the 15th-Century art of Florence through the eyes that saw it in that place, at that time. We will study the varieties of assumptions about space, narration, color and conventional characteristics of biblical figures. Examples will come from New Testament themes such as the Annunciation, Nativity, Adoration of the Shepherds/Magi and the Passion of Christ.

DATES: Thursdays, February 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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van gogh, his life and contemporaries

INSTRUCTOR: Maria Leone Garcia

DESCRIPTION: Vincent Van Gogh today is world renowned and beloved. But would he be so if we knew him? Come learn the true Vincent, the man and the 10 year prolific period of his life dedicated to art. See his relationships with his brother and the Impressionists as well as his desire to start an art colony and express the essence and spirit which resided in all facets of life. How did a man so full of life, love, and spirit succumb to depths most hope to never experience and few would admit to if they did? Let us look inside his soul, heart, mind and revel in his art together!!

DATES: Thursdays, February 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 4:00pm to 5:30pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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deciphering cryptograms cancelled

INSTRUCTOR: Donald Wyman

DESCRIPTION:  This is an excellent exercise in "Mental Gymnastics" which helps keep the mind sharp on a daily basis. I will teach you how to analyze cryptograms using different cognitive methods and how you can apply them both in class and thereafter. You will also learn how to create them, and receive a handbook that includes all the tips and techniques employed. Class 1 will cover Intro to Codes & Ciphers plus Cipher: Then and Now. Class 2 will cover codes and ciphers that changed world history. Class 3 will cover deciphering cryptograms. CANCELLED

DATES:  Fridays, February 6, 13, and 20 from 10:00am to 12:00pm CANCELLED

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium CANCELLED

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write your life

INSTRUCTOR: Patricia Charpentier

DESCRIPTION: Learn some of the many approaches to writing your life stories, how to retrieve long-forgotten memories, painlessly organize your stories, tell an anecdote in an interesting and creative way, edit and polish your work, and so much more. Sounds like a lot of work? No way! We knock the ninth-grade English teacher with the bloody red pen off our shoulders and learn how to have fun with words. Join this exciting workshop and walk out with the beginnings of your life story. No previous writing experience is necessary, and the motto of the class is: The only way to do this wrong is to not do it at all!

DATES: Fridays, February 6, 13, 20, and 27 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm

LOCATION: Hamilton Holt Auditorium

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coming into the home stretch

INSTRUCTOR: Robin Wilson

DESCRIPTION: Flexibility promotes a more youthful body and mind. By blending of the art of dance, the power of yoga and the science of pilates this class is designed to do just that! The special benefit is that each student will gain the ability to perform these movements and exercises in the privacy of their own homes for many years to come.

DATES: Fridays, February 6, 13, 20, and 27 from 10:00am to 11:30am

LOCATION: Annie Russell Dance Studio on main campus

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follow the bouncing ball i cancelled

INSTRUCTOR: Amado Bobadilla

DESCRIPTION: Ever find yourself singing a song from your—or your parents'—childhood but revert to humming after the first line? Ever wonder where the song came from, who wrote it or who first sang it? Ever wanted to sing it yourself, but the Karaoke machine only goes back to the '60s? Then join us as we study the life and times of some of the most popular songs of the '20s, ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s. We'll listen to some old (and some not-so-old) song recordings, then learn to sing them. And you'll take home all the lyrics so you'll never be at a loss for words again...at least not when you’re singing these classics! CANCELLED

DATES:Thursdays, February 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 11:00am to 12:30pm CANCELLED

LOCATION: Winter Park Towers, Multipurpose Room, 1111 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32792 CANCELLED

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memory improvement full/closed

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Frederick Lee

DESCRIPTION:In this class you'll learn to use your brain better by creating pictures in order to improve your memory tremendously. You'll learn how to memorize facts, jokes, numbers, passwords, birthdays, to-do-list, names, and everything you would like to keep in your mind. The first hour of this class will check your present memory; then I'll give you hints on how to do better. We'll discuss special needs in improving the memory. With Dr. Lee's special interactive seminar presentation and your participation, you'll understand how the synapses in your brain are working. Your family and friends will be amazed about your good memory. Previous classes accomplished 80% - 90% in remembering facts and names.

DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 17, and 24 from 11:00am to 1:00pm

LOCATION: Bush Science Center room 201 on Rollins main campus

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your life in words (part 1)

INSTRUCTOR:Yvonne Vassel

DESCRIPTION:Writing your life story is not an exercise in self-indulgence. Indeed, your story will be a gift to your family and future generations, and is a way to ensure the memories,special events, and lessons of your existence do not entirely disappear. You will also value the opportunity to look at your life events with the benefit of distance and understanding. Over four sessions we will combine your words and photos to put together a mini life story that's ready for you to publish. We will also look at the pros and cons of some available publishing resources.

DATES:Mondays, February 9, 16, and 23 from 10:00 am to 12:00pm

LOCATION: Winter Park Towers, Stover Center, 1111 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32792

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leaving a legacy cancelled

INSTRUCTOR: Isabella Johnston

DESCRIPTION: This class will take participants through the process of creating items in written and digital form to leave their children and loved ones as a way to commemorate a person's life.  Lessons will be centered around building family recipes and traditions, family and history stories, family possessions, and writing the story(eulogy) you want others to know.  CANCELLED

DATES:Tuesdays, February 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm  CANCELLED

LOCATION:Winter Park Towers, Multipurpose Room, 1111 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32792  CANCELLED

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jews in american history

INSTRUCTOR: Murray Toborowsky

DESCRIPTION: This course begins with teaching about the three waves of Jewish immigration into America; the Sephardic, then German, followed by the East European. We will discuss the mpact that Jews had on America and where and when Jews began coming to America. 

We cover questions such as was Columbus Jewish? How did a famous old western sheriff wind up with a Jewish wife? What Jewish family owned Monticello longer than Thomas Jefferson? 

Why was this 19th century Jewish business man's portrait hanging in many Southern African American homes? What effect did the Hebrew Bible have on the Puritans?

The objectives are to create pride for our American Jewish heritage and conclude the course with knowledgeable students who understand the roles that Jews have played in the creation of the American fabric for over three-and-a-half centuries. 

DATES: Tuesdays, February 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 11:00am to 12:30pm

LOCATION:  Winter Park Towers, Multipurpose Room, 1111 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32792

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faith over fifty

INSTRUCTOR: Rev. Greg Limongi

DESCRIPTION: Faith over Fifty is a journey we will take together, though our goal will be as much about individual growth as it will be about achieving mutual understanding.  As an interfaith hospice chaplain of twenty years, I will bring to the table the amazing stories and experiences as well as the deep questions posed to me by the many thousands of everyday heroes I have known.  Heroes like you who face life’s greatest challenges never giving up!  These in turn will provide launching points as we explore particular  topics of interest from a post-fifty perspective.  The meaning of life, the value of spirituality and the application of such concepts as justice and mercy and forgiveness in our daily lives are just a few of the subjects that have come up in previous classes built on this model.  While all will be encouraged to share beliefs and ideas in a non-judgmental, non-sectarian atmosphere, there will never be pressure.  Faith, as we will seek it, is about finding what matters to us, whatever it is that allows  us to be authentic with ourselves and those we care about as well as with the universe as a whole, ever more confident of who we are, where we come from…and where we are going.

DATES: Saturdays, February 7, 14 (not 21), & 28 from noon to 2pm


LOCATION: Winter Park Towers, Stover Center, 1111 S. Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789

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