Interdisciplinary

Books That Changed My Life

Mondays, March 23 - April 27
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Kendal

Almost fty years ago, a friend pressed a book into my hands. e book was Memories, Dreams, Re ections by Carl Jung. Insights from the book have a ected just about every aspect of my thinking.

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Mercury, Gemini & Apollo, NASA’s Golden Age: A 50-Year Retrospective

Thursdays, April 2 - May 21
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
One Court Street

Do you recall NASA’s “Golden Era”of the 1960’s and early 1970’s? Were you involved in any way in these programs? is retrospective course takes you back, from the post- WWII establishment of NASA to the early suborbital ights of the one-man Mercury capsule, through the experimental Gemini ights, to the breathtaking lunar landings of the Apollo missions.

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NEW REVELATION

Thursdays, April 9 - April 30
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
One Court Street

It is time now for a greater understanding of God, Creator, Source, Author of all life. e world needs a New Revelation, for no current Religion can save the world. e past Revelations cannot prepare you for the thresholds of change that are now upon us – a world of declining resources, declining stability, diminishing food and water, where humanity needs preparation for a future that will be unlike the past.

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Roots of Civilization in Soil: How Land and Water Use Underlie the Fate of Societies

Fridays, April 3 - May 22
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
One Court Street

Imagine a highly developed, complex civilization disappearing virtually overnight, leaving only tantalizing evidence of its greatness to puzzle modern researchers. Ancient Maya ruins in Mesoamerica and those of the Anasazi in the Southwest o er mute testimony of once thriving cultures that suddenly, mysteriously, collapsed. Why?

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