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Using current Supreme Court cases as a primary focus for discussion, this class explores issues involving intersection of law, government, history and society. No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.
Age: 18 and older
Location: Estes Valley Community Center
Dates: Tu (weekly)
Times: 10:30 a.m.—12 p.m.
Registration deadline: None; drop-in
Instructor: Eric Waples
A few hundred miles above earth, there is a remarkable telescope with a crystal-clear view across the universe. Join us for this 12-lecture series which will look at two decades of Hubble Space Telescope's amassing discoveries that rival those of history's greatest scientists and explorers, making it the most important and productive scientific instrument ever built.
Location: Estes Valley Community Center Lower Level
Dates: TH 9/5-10/10
Times: 10—11:30 a.m.
Fee: Free; drop-in
Instructor: DVD lectures taught by Professor David M. Meyer, Ph.D.
Discussion facilitated by Lois Sumey, Senior and Adult Activities Volunteer
The greatest churches of Christianity represent some of the world's most stunning masterpieces of architecture and art as presented in this 24-part series covering 19 different countries on five continents spanning 17 centuries. The first lecture will look at the Cathedral of Notre Dame is Paris before the 2019 fire and then will view video and pictures of the fire and explore its future.
Dates: M 9/9-12/23 (no class 10/28, 11/4, and 11/11)
Instructor: DVD lectures taught by Professor William R. Cook, Ph.D.
LCSAR will share best practices and tips about how to safely enjoy our natural surroundings in winter conditions.
Age: all ages
Location: Estes Valley Community Center - Lower Level
Dates: November 19, 2019
Times: 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Fee: $5 (pre-register or drop-in)
Registration deadline: November 19, 2019
For more information on Lifelong Learning classes, please contact Kelly Claypool at 970.480.1331 or firstname.lastname@example.org.