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2017 Adult Classes

 


SENSES OF CINEMA -FILMS FOR THOUGHT       Ages 18 and up

Join Shelly Isaacs, founder and host of Café Cinematheque. Each session features screenings of classic and contemporary award-winning films. Follow each selection, discussions explore cultural, aesthetic, and historical implications, as well as production techniques, accompanied by a Q&A. Min-10; Max-45

Instructor: Shelly Isaacs

 

DAYS: Wednesdays       (BACK TO MORNING)       TIME: 10:00am-12:45pm

Activity: 113229

Register for entire sessions or individual weeks

Session 2- Full 6 weeks:           B7- Nov 1 - Dec 20

                  Individual weeks:      B1- Nov 1              B2- Nov 8             B3- Nov 15             B4- Nov 29             B5- Dec 6

                                                       B6- Dec 20

Cost: Per 1 week Resident $12 Non-resident $15

          Per 6 weeks Resident $60 Non-resident $75

NO CLASS:   11/22, 12/13


NEW! SENSES OF CINEMA THE BASICS: CLASSIC AMERICAN CINEMA  Ages 18 and up

Revisit or discover for the first time the memorable motion pictures of Hollywood’s legendary past. From the thirties through the seventies, these films have had a unique impact on American culture. Each session features a classic film accompanied by a discussion and Q&A concerning its importance in film history. Min-10; Max-45

 

DAYS: Fridays                               TIME: 7:00pm-9:30pm

Activity: 113229

Register for all 4 weeks or individual weeks

Session 1- Full 4 weeks:           C5- Sept 15 - Dec 22

                  Individual weeks:       C3- Nov 17             C4- Dec 22   

Cost: Per 1 week Resident $8 Non-resident $10

          Per 6 weeks Resident $24 Non-resident $30    

 


NEW! THE WHY NOTS OF WRITING CHILDREN'S BOOKS  Ages 19 and up

Do you love stories told through letters, notes, or diary entries? Or were you intrigued by a map, list, or personal as in a favorite title on your shelf? Then WHY NOT have some fun with the kinds of visuals that make manuscripts more engaging? Whether you're writing a children's book told through a series of letters, or hoping to find interesting ways to hook readers, there are so many things you can do with an invitation, recipe, or newspaper headline. Plus, finding with formats is a great way to enrich your manuscript, to make your story more authentic, and to get new book ideas. Min-5; Max-15

Instructor: Gloria Rothstein

DAYS: Wednesdays                           TIME: 7:00pm-9:00pm

Activity: 113215          

Dates: A1-Nov 8 - Dec 20

Cost: Per 5 weeks Resident $115 Non-resident $143.75

NO CLASS:   11/22, 11/29

                                                            

 


                                                       Dias De Ritmo

 

Flamenco: Steps Through Time

Presented by Flamenco Puro Dance Company

Date & Time:

Saturday, November 18 at 2pm

Tickets: $25 per person

 

Orquesta Nostalgia: Latin Jazz Band

Presented by Orquesta Nostalgia

Date & Time:

Sunday, November 19 at 2pm

Tickets:

Tickets on sale NOW!

$25 per person

Description:

Founded by the late Anselmo Vidal, this spicy 14-piece orchestra sizzles on stage playing music made famous by such greats as Tito Puente and Tito Rodriguez. Enjoy traditional genres of the Mambo, Cha Cha, and Bolero of the 50s and 60s eras.

Rated PG

$45 ticket for both shows (purchased in one transaction)