Upcoming Adult Classes
The Adult Education Committee offers a wide variety of courses and programs in such areas as film, science, current social and political issues, skill development, personal growth, and forms of religious understanding. We always welcome suggestions from anyone who would like to present or participate in a program.
You can find a record of previous courses here.
Detective Fiction and Religion
Wednesday January 31
Board Room, 2-4
The novel to be discussed will be The Togakushi Legend Murders and its focus on Shinto. New class participants are welcome. If you would like to be on the course email list, send your address to email@example.com
The Other Georgia: Visiting the Silk Road in the Southern Caucasus
Bruce Hope and Paula Hammett
Sunday February 4
Founders Room, 12 noon
Bruce and Paula will share photos and experiences from their visit to the fascinating country of Georgia, where Eastern Europe meets Central Asia. Cuisine, winemaking, post-Soviet history, and much more.
An Exceptional Partner: What Makes India Important—and Different
Friday February 9
4-5 PM, Glaser Center Sanctuary, Reception in Social Hall 5-6 PM
This talk is sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Sonoma County. All are invited ($10 donation encouraged). For more information, email Linda Lambert at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re Talkin’ Trash!
Sunday February 18
12 Noon, Founders Room
Recology Waste Zero supervisor Emily Harris will demystify what to do with your trash and what happens to it after it's hauled away.
Four Fall Sessions, Four Spring Sessions
Remaining Fall Sessions Wednesday, October 25 and December 6
Board Room, 2-3:30