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Cheshire Academy for Lifelong Learning - 4 week courses
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Title
Bake Around the World
Timeframe
TBD
Delivery Options
Fee(s)
CALL Special Event non-credit $50.00
Additional Fee(s)
CALL Program Fund $10 $10.00 Optional
CALL Program Fund $25 $25.00 Optional
CALL Program Fund $50 $50.00 Optional
Potential Discount(s)
Instructors
  • Lou-Anne Beauregard
Notes

Bakers are invited to participate in exploring street food, breads and pastries from countries around the world on a monthly basis. Each culture has adapted to the grains, fruits and seeds to produce breads and sweets. There will be adaptations for gluten free baking, and some savory items will be thrown in. There is a possibility of "guests" who will present their cultures in baking traditions.  Each month, Lou-Anne will send a collection of recipes and a recorded lesson.  Students will have several weeks to watch the recording and try the recipes.  They will then gather via Zoom at an agreed upon time to compare notes about their baking experiences. (Yearlong).

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Title
It's a Sin to Kill a Mockingbird
Type
Online
Days
F
Time
3:00PM to 4:00PM
Dates
Feb 03, 2023 to Feb 24, 2023
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
4.0
Delivery Options
Fee(s)
CALL Course Fee - 4 weeks non-credit $25.00
Additional Fee(s)
CALL Program Fund $10 $10.00 Optional
CALL Program Fund $25 $25.00 Optional
CALL Program Fund $50 $50.00 Optional
Potential Discount(s)
Instructors
  • Jeff Minahan
Notes

A seminar-style four-week study of one of the classics of American literature, recently voted by readers of The New York Times Book Review as the best book of the last 125 years.  It is widely regarded by critics and scholars as one of the most popular and important American books ever published.  Its messages take on new and special relevance in today’s fractured culture, a testament to its powerful insights.  Students will engage in active discussion of the novel’s themes of racism, loss of innocence, human empathy, and the simultaneous existence of good and evil in all humans.  Discussion will also cover the novel’s many compelling characters and key events.  Class time will focus on discussion of the novel, but include exercises focused on these themes and characters.  Students should have the novel completed before the first class.  Class will run between 60 and 75 minutes each Friday in February.

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