Fall 2017 Course Offerings

  One Man's Journey: Insights and Inspiration for the Holocaust

  Pawsitive Procedures for Pets

  Foreign Policy Decisions

  The Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge

  Fall and Winter Interest in the Garden

  Balance Safely

  Behind the Scenes at the Des Moines International Airport

  Fort Des Moines Museum


   Teamwork: Architects and Artworks

   Drawing in Space: Taking a Line for a Walk

  Woodland Cemetery Tour

  The US Constitution: Rights and Liberties in the 21st Century

  Urbandale Through the Years

  Trees, Wildflowers,& Plants of Iowa: A Botanical Garden Tour

  Last Call? Bet On It!

  Folktales and Songs of the Ancestors

  Isabel Bloom, the Figge Art Museum, and Chocolate!

  A Journalist’s Perspectives on Politics Today

  World War II on the Home Front

  My Life with the Kennedy Assassination Film

  Des Moines Register Tour

  Wine & Cheese Tasting at Jasper Winery

  The History, Status, and Future of Aquaculture in Iowa

  Public Health: What It Does for Your Community and You

  Android Phone Basics

  Geology of Iowa

  Making Political Choices

  Astronomy with a Des Moines Twist

  Behind the Scenes at the John Deere Des Moines Works

  Crossroads in History

  We Are Not Alone!

  City Planning, Zoning, Land Use, and Des Moines’ Future

  The History of Early Des Moines

  An Introduction to the Pipe Organ

  Native American Tribes of Iowa

  Eye-Brain-Hand: Use It or Lose It!

  Chasing English and Welsh Ancestors

  More than a Walk on the Beach: A Former Ambassador Speaks

  A Boutique Hotel: Behind-the-Scenes and Brunch

  Alfred Hitchcock in England

  Belgium: Tiny But Mighty

  Pandemic Disease and Its Impact on Civilization

  Behind the Scenes at the Animal Rescue League

  Aging in Place

  Scanning and Restoring Photos with Microsoft Paint

  Iowa Office of Ombudsman: Who We Are and What We Do

  You Can Use Facebook!

  Africa: Human Origins to the Present




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