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Summer 2019

  • Term Dates: June 3-June 28, 2019
  • Expect your Course Guide:
     The week of Apr. 22
  • Course Request Period:
     Apr. 22-May 6, 4pm
  • Allocation Period: May 7-9
  • Additional Registration Period:
     May 10-17, 4 pm

Fall 2019

  • Term dates: Oct. 7-Nov. 22, 2019
  • Course Request Period:
     Aug. 26-Sep. 9
  • Allocation Period: Sep. 10-12
  • Additional Registration Period:
     Begins Friday, Sep. 13, after 9 am, ends two days prior to each course start date.

Winter 2020

  • Term Dates: Jan. 6-Feb. 21, 2020
  • Course Request Period:
     Nov. 18-Dec. 2
  • Allocation Period: Dec. 3-5
  • Additional Registration Period:
     Begins Friday, Dec. 6, after 9 am, ends two days prior to each course start date.

Spring 2020

  • Term Dates: Mar. 23-May 8, 2020
  • Course Request Period:
     Jan. 27- Feb. 10
  • Allocation Period: Feb. 11-13
  • Additional Registration Period:
     Begins Friday, Feb. 14, after 9 am, ends two days prior to each course start date.

Summer 2020

  • Term Dates: June 1-26, 2020
  • Course Request Period:
     Apr. 20-May 4
  • Allocation Period: May 5-7
  • Additional Registration Period:
     Begins Friday, May 8, after 9 am, ends two days prior to each course start date.
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CANCELLED 30093 Let's talk about Life After Death. Really? Yes, Really.  

This course has been cancelled by the Course Leader due to health reasons.

Three out of 4 Americans believe in the paranormal according to the Gallup News Service (6-15-05). Using music, consciousness, and anecdotal videos, plus excerpts from Forever Ours by Dr. Janis Amatuzio, a retired Minnesota forensic pathologist, this course offers open-minded discussion and sharing with no answers. It is not a class on religion. Yes, we do have fun! As Einstein tells us, “The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious.”

 

 

 

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