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1:00 PM/CH Opera Join host Gerry Tremblay as he explores the back drop to some of the world’s most famous operas fun for all opera lovers. ...

3/11 & 3/18 11:00 AM/CH Instructor: Stephen “Dr. Steve” Phillips, Ph.D. The Romans arrived in Egypt at the time of Cleopatra VII, in the first century, BCE. Not only did the Romans incorporate aspects of ancient Egyptian religion into their own pantheon of gods and goddesses, they...

3/6, 3/13, 3/20, & 3/27 2:00 PM/CH Hosted by: Professor Irene Sfakianos By popular demand, we continue our close up look at 19th, 20th, and 21st Century Artists in our Biographies Series. Each week we will investigate an individual artist. We will look at his or her...

2/7, 2/14, 2/21, & 2/28 7:30 PM/CH 2/7 Harry Belafonte: One of the most successful Jamaican-American pop stars of the 1950’s, Harry Belafonte broke through to an international audience with his “Calypso” album in 1956, and was the first million-selling LP album by any artist. His signature...

2/1, 2/8, 2/15, & 2/22 11:00AM/CH Instructor: Gary Scarpello 2/1 Weird America: Museums & Monuments This one part presentation explores weird museums and monuments across the US. We will discover, where Stonewall Jackson’s arm is buried, a 10’ tall Carpet Man, the only monument to a war criminal,...

2/1, & 2/22 2:00 PM/CH Instructor: Pat Worley 2/1 Iceland is one of most interesting locations in the world. We will take a tour of the waterfalls, black sand beach and the blue lagoon on this magnificent and diverse island country. 2/22 New Jersey Pinelands Bio diversity  A 1.1-million-acre...

2/8, 2/15 & 2/22 3:15 PM/CH Hosted by: Professor Judy Okun 2/8: Road Trip: American West!  Grab your map and compass as we explore the magnificent American West on this 3,000 mile-plus expedition to deserts, mountains, plateaus, boreal forests, and tundra. Visit open vistas, stunning scenery, amazing national...

2/2, 2/9, 2/16 & 2/23 11:00 AM/CH Instructor: Steve Pollack The entire month of February will be dedicated to understanding how slavery became the “norm” in America, from the time of the Jamestown colony in 1619, through to the legalization of slavery in 1641, Bacon’s Rebellion and...