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Online classes include reading, speaking, listening and pronunciation for senior whose first language is not English. BEFORE registering, new students must schedule and assessment of their English skills. Please email program coordinator, Amoke Alakoye at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an evaluation. Returning students should register for the class recommended by their teacher. No class on 9/26 or 10/5.
There are many famous and not so famous (but important) Marylanders. Maryland is famous for many things: blue carbs, the Ravens, and Spiro Agnew. We are also home to the first railroad, first dental school, and the first umbrella factory. This course will focus on historic figures, politicians, scientists, authors, artists and more. Instructor: Joan Adams.
H.L. Mencken: Born in Baltimore in 1880, he became one of America's best-known journalists and a pungent critic of American life. His caustic view of life made a considerable contribution to American culture. Organized religion, business, and the middle class were targets of his acerbic view of the world around him. When he died in 1956, he was probably the leading authority on the language of this country. How did Mencken accomplish this? What r ole did he play as a member of the Baltimore Sun staff? Course 23854
Alzheimer's Association Memory Cafes offer a fun and relaxed way for people living with early-stage memory loss to get connected with one another through social events that promote interaction and companionship. Bring with you a bag lunch and meet people! Must contact representative, Sheila Griffith, at 240-844-3608 or email@example.com prior to attending the group. Meets first and third Monday of the month.
Hybrid Via WebEx