OASIS Spring 2015 class now open!
Mah Jongg I
Dating back to ancient China, the game Mah Jongg is making a comeback in popularity. Learn to play the American version of this rummy-like game using tiles.
Wednesday, Feb 4-Mar 25, 1:00-3:00
Fee: $15; Sessions: 8
Barre Fitness Class
Now offering 2 sessions a week!
This energetic core conditioning class uses the ballet barre to increase strength, balance and flexibility. Participants will need to bring a mat and weights. Class is tailored to all fitness levels.
Wednesday, Feb 18-Apr 1, 11:30-12:30
Fee $46; Sessions: 7
Strengthen and tone core muscles, increase flexibility and improve posture with this class taught by an adult 50+. Participants should be able to do floor exercises and supply their own mat.
Tuesday, Feb 24-Mar 31, 10:00-11:00
Fee: $40; Sessions: 6
Folk Song Sing-A-Long
Each week, learn about and sing different periods of folk music. Come and join the living tradition with this fun class that will explore old and new folk songs! Bring an
instrument or just bring yourself.
Thursday, Mar 5-Apr 23, 10:30-11:30
Fee: $65; Sessions: 8
Pakistan I: Foundations—Pakistan at Its Inception
By examining the role of the Muslim League, Mahatma Gandhi, geography, religion, resources and history in the creation of Pakistan, this course will create a foundational framework through which to understand some of the underlying issues that have shaped the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Thursday, Mar 12, 1:00-3:00
Great Naturalists Who Have Shaped Our Heritage: Rachel Carson
A celebrated nature writer and biologist, Carson was reverently called the “Mother of Environmentalist” by many and blasphemed by others for causing Malaria to kill millions of people with the banning of DDT.
Wednesday, Mar 18, 1:00-2:00
Pakistan II: The Nascent State of Pakistan
Please join us to unravel the causes and some of the shattering effects of the subcontinent’s still unresolved acrimony.
Thursday, Mar 19, 1:00-2:00
The Spanish Frontier in Our West
This is the story of Spain’s role in the development of our West from 1540 to 1821. This is the second class in a series on Spain in our early history.
Tuesday, Apr 7, 14, 21, 28 and May 5,
Fee: $60; Sessions: 5
Jesse James: The Man, The Myth, The Movie
Join us for a discussion of the life, times and death of Jesse James.
Thursday, Apr 16, 1:00-2:30
Golden Hollywood Series: Debbie Reynolds
Reminisce with music and film clips about your favorite stars from the golden days of Hollywood.
Friday, Apr 17, 10:00-11:00
Golden Hollywood Series: A Hollywood Valentine
Relive some of the most Romantic Classic film clips from Old Hollywood, including Gone with the Wind, Casablanca, South Pacific, The King and I and so much more!
Friday, Feb 13, 11:00-12:00