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**  CoOL Celebration  **

Tuesday,  May 6  2 – 3:30 PM

Hartleb Tech Center  Room 103A

Please join us at the end of our seminar series to celebrate the conclusion of another successful season.  We will share experiences and have a chance to socialize.   We will also learn about some of the topics that will be offered next fall.     Past and present members and anyone interested in learning more about CoOL is welcome.

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** 2014 Spring Seminar Series **

Is currently in session

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Email announcements:  

Never miss information about mid-term activities.  If you do not already receive our announcements via email and would like to be put on our mailing list, please send an email asking to be added to our contact list to …

COOLNECC@GMAIL.COM 

 

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“You’re Never Too Old To Be CoOL!”

Are you over 50 and looking to participate in challenging educational opportunities? Are you interested in attending stimulating seminars simply for the love and joy of learning? Then NECC’s new College of Older Learners (CoOL) is for you! Come and explore subjects of interest as part of a community. Both members and seminar leaders will challenge their intellects and take responsibility for the subject.

“MEMBERSHIP DRIVEN, PEER LED”

 

Spring 2014 Seminars  (for descriptions go to the Seminar page) 

MONDAYS

 1.  Fun Films — People’s Choice II – Leonard Douglas    257 COOL1053-HA   (cancelled)

                         Mondays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 24 – May 5 (no class Apr 21), Haverhill, Theater in lower level of the Library (A-112) 

 2.  From 42nd Street to Avenue Q — Gretchen Arntz    292 COOL1062-HA  (currently running)

                         Mondays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 24 – May 5 (no class Apr 21), Haverhill, Rm C-120

TUESDAYS

 3.  MiddleMarch: A Glimpse of Glory — Barbara Stachniewicz    261 COOL1057-HA  (currently running)

                         Tuesdays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 25 – Apr. 29,  Haverhill, Rm C-119

 4.  In Search of Common Ground (Comparative Religion) — Ben Coughlin and Betty Lee     256 COOL1047-HA  (cancelled)

                         Tuesdays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 25 – Apr. 29,  Haverhill, Rm C-116

 5.  Aging as a Spiritual Practice — Louise Elkaliouby and Barbara Keller    258 COOL1054-HA   (cancelled)

                         Tuesdays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 25 – Apr. 29,  Haverhill, Rm C-117

 6.  Robert Frost in Lawrence and Derry – Bill Gleed    331 COOL1063-HA   (cancelled)

                         Tuesdays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 25 – Apr. 29,  Haverhill, Rm C-120

 7.  Touring Local Parks and Tails — Rick Miller    259 COOL1055-HA  (currently running)

                         Tuesdays 10 AM – 12 PM, Mar. 25 – Apr. 29,  Offsite

WEDNESDAYS

  8.  Music Maestro Please — Nancy Clark    260 COOL1056-RWA    (currently runniing)  

                         Wednesdays 1 – 3 PM, Mar. 26 – Apr. 30,  Riverwalk Campus, Rm 418

 9.  The Captivating Culture of China — Joanne Lovecchio and Susan Mansour-Taleb    262 COOL1058-RWA  (currently running)

                         Wednesdays 10 AM – 12 PM, Mar. 26 – Apr. 30,  Riverwalk Campus, Rm 418

10.  Personal Essay Writing — George Medelinskas    263 COOL1059-RWA  (currently running)

                         Wednesdays 1 – 3 PM, Mar. 26 – Apr. 30,  Riverwalk Campus, Rm 420

11.  A Journey through Ethnic Music and Dance — Arline Ferguson and Chuck Jones    291 COOL1061-HA  (currently running)

                         Wednesdays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 26 – Apr. 30, Haverhill, Bldg. C, Lecture Hall A

THURSDAYS

12.  Science of the Times — Peter Spellman    264 COOL1060-HA  (currently running)

                         Thursdays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 27 – May 1,  Haverhill, Rm C-119

13.  The Golden Age of Television — Judy Flieder    255 COOL1052-HA  (currently running)

                         Thursdays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 27 – May 1,  Haverhill, Rm C-117

14.  The Hispanic Caribbean: Between Culture, Dictators, Colonies and Revolutions — Dr. Ligia Domenech    333 COOL1064-HA  (currently running)

                         Thursdays 2 – 4 PM, Mar. 27 – May 1,  Haverhill, Rm C-120

 For members wishing to participate in a morning and afternoon seminar at Riverwalk, a room will be provided where members can socialize and eat their own bagged lunches. Additionally, there is a Starbuck’s coffee shop on the first floor.

The seminars will run for 6 consecutive weeks (Except as noted due to holidays). Sessions meet one day each week in either the
(A) Bentley Library,
(B) General Services Center,
(C) Spurk Building.
(D) In Lawrence, at the RIVERWALK complex opposite SAL’s restaurant.

If you would like to view a list of the completed seminars go to the Past Seminars page.

Registration

For information on how to register for any of these upcoming seminars, please visit our registration page.

Contact

Do you have questions, ideas for seminar topics, or want more information? Please visit our Contact page for details.


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