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Trains, Planes, and Automobiles: Traveling Worldwide, A Roundtable Discussion   

Join Helen Weingarten in sharing your favorite travel memories and mishaps. In 1988, during her sabbatical year from the University of Michigan, Helen traveled solo across three continents. And, she hasn’t stopped since! In retirement, and joined by her husband Bill, Helen has traveled to such diverse places as Japan, Italy, Botswana, and Alaska. While the Covid pandemic has put a halt on travel for most of us, the participants in this class will have an opportunity to relive some of their most noteworthy travel experiences and adventures, and to share them with other world wanderers. We encourage everyone attending this roundtable to send or bring one or more travel photos to the Elderwise office one week in advance of the session. We will use these to provide images for sharing with the online class.

Enrollment for this class is limited to 10 attendees. 

Helen Weingarten is Emeritus Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Michigan. She has studied art history and literature since her undergraduate years at Cornell University and has continued to pursue these interests during her many travels around the world.


  • Trains, Planes, and Automobiles: Traveling Worldwide, A Roundtable Discussion
    Dates: 4/26/2022 - 4/26/2022

  • ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS IS CLOSED. If you are trying to register the day before this class starts or the day of the class, please email or call the office so we can register you over the phone and send you the Zoom Link. Thank you!
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