Explorations, an all-volunteer program offering daytime learning experiences for seniors, has lined up five exciting spring courses for residents of Hopewell Valley and neighboring communities. Classes will begin Monday, April 9. Registration closes April 5. All classes will be held at the Pennington Presbyterian Church. The following four courses will run for six weeks and begin at 1pm: 1) Starting Monday April 9, New Jersey in the American Revolution, Larry Kidder.; 2) Starting Tuesday, April 10, The Tragic Vision: Three Plays by Eugene O’Neill, Larry Mansier; 3) Starting Wednesday April 11, Medical Ethics: Is the Cure Worse than the Disease? Lesley Cohen Lee; and 4) Starting Thursday, April 12, Psychology & Psychiatry: Impact Upon Criminal Justice System, Gene Friedlander; and 4) Also starting Thursday, April 12, but running for four weeks and beginning at 9:30, Native American Art – Form & Function, Bill Guthrie.
All classes are two hours in length.
For detailed course descriptions, visit the Hopewell Valley Senior Foundation website at hvsfsenior.org or phone Larry Mansier at 737-0863 for information.
Once again, all courses are open to senior residents of Hopewell Valley and neighboring communities. Fees are $40 for one course and $20 for each additional course. Checks should be made out to the Hopewell Valley Senior Foundation (HVSF). Please mail the check, your name, address, telephone number and e-mail address, along with your class selections, to Rodney Newman, Treasurer, Hopewell Valley Senior Foundation, PO Box 567, Pennington, NJ 08534.
AIl course fees go the Hopewell Valley Senior Foundation to pay for administrative costs and class materials. Any funds remaining after expenses will be used to finance programs and projects benefitting Hopewell Valley seniors. Reminder, the deadline for applications is April 5. Classes begin April 9. Explorations is underwritten by the Hopewell Valley Senior Foundation and sponsored by Hopewell Valley Senior Services.
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