April 1, 2009
YORK – Satisfy your thirst for knowledge and meet new friends at “Living & Learning” seminars offered for the first time this spring at the York Campus of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
More than a dozen different seminars will be offered during the event from 8-11:45 a.m. Thursday, May 21, at the campus, 2010 Pennsylvania Ave. “Living & Learning” includes continental breakfast and a choice of two 90-minute courses, ranging from acupuncture to T'ai Chi Chih to a discussion on guardian angels and local history.
The cost is $30 with a registration deadline of May 14. After reviewing the courses, participants should select one course for each of the two sessions, listing a second choice as well.
For a more detailed brochure, complete with course descriptions, call 338-1010, or you may view the brochure (pdf).
The lineup of sessions includes:
Session I (8:30-10 a.m.) – “T'ai Chi Chih,” “Songs & Stories of the Old West, Part 1,” “Lydia Leister and Her Neighbors: The Aftermath,” “Colonial Immigration from Europe to Pennsylvania,” The Secrets of Washington, D.C.,” “The Good Old Days: Life in the Fifties” and “Book Review: The Shack.”
Session II (10:15-11:45 a.m.) – “Acupuncture: How it Works, How it Cures,” “Songs & Stories of the Old West, Part 2,” “We Suffered Also – The Families of the Taneytown/Emmitsburg Roads,” “Guardian Angels,” “The Eisenhowers in Gettysburg” and “John F. Parker: An Historical Mystery.”
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