Monday, June 25

Sewanee Fourth of July Planning Dates

It’s that time of year again to start planning for the Fourth of July. Anyone interested in helping out is welcome to attend. The meetings are held on Mondays at 5 p.m. at the Sewanee Senior Citizen’s Center. Meeting dates are March 12, April 9, May 14, June 4, 11, 18, and 25.
The Fourth of July Committee is in search of a chairperson to organize the Street Dance as well as a co-chair to assist with the parade. If you love the Fourth of July and are vibrant and organized, join the team to make this annual celebration come to life. Contact Jade Barry at <>.

Friday, April 20

Community-Wide Yard Sale

Register by April 20
Once again the Sewanee Community Center is coordinating the community-wide yard sales to be held 8 a.m.–1 p.m., Saturday, April 28.
A $15 registration fee and form is required. This fee will be used to print maps highlighting the sales that day, printing an official yard sign for your house, and placing advertisements in local papers including Sewanee, Manchester, Tullahoma, Monteagle, Winchester and other surrounding communities.
You can participate by either having a sale at your home (feel free to combine your efforts with a friend!) or join up with others at the Community Center. Maybe you don’t have many items for sale or would rather be in a larger group—you can reserve space inside the Center.
Deadline to register is April 20.
If you have any questions please email Rachel Petropoulos at <rpet​>.
The registration form can be found at http://www.sewaneecommunity​

Wednesday, April 18

Sewanee Civic Association Annual Meeting, April 18

The Sewanee Civic Association would like to invite the community to a Meet and Greet, Wednesday, April 18, at St. Mark’s Hall, Otey Parish. This is final membership meeting for this year. Social time begins at 5:30 p.m. There will be a brief business meeting at 6 p.m., with an update on the Community Chest fund drive and voting of officers. This will be followed by the presentation of the 35th annual Community Service Award.
This year, the SCA is celebrating 110 years of civic opportunities in the community. The association brings together community members for social and service opportunities. The SCA is the sponsoring organization for Cub Scout Pack 152, the Parks Committee, Sewanee Classifieds and the Sewanee Community Chest. Any adult who resides in the area and shares concerns of the community is invited to participate and become a member.
For more information, go to se​

Tuesday, April 17

Sewanee Holds Events Marking 50th Anniversary of MLK Assassination

To mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., the University of the South will hold a series of events with the theme “Crossing the Bridge: Living the Legacy of MLK.” The purpose of the series is to reflect upon King’s lessons and actions in the 1960s and to consider his legacy: How have things changed? What more shall we do? How is MLK still alive in our actions?
All events in the series are free and open to the public.
Monday, March 26, 4:30 p.m. in Convocation Hall—Craig Steven Wilder, Barton L. Weller Professor of History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will give a public lecture drawn from his path-breaking scholarship on the central importance of slavery to the history of American higher education. His presentation, “‘Southward and … the West Indies’: Colleges and Slavery in the Age of Revolution,” is sponsored by the Sewanee Project on Slavery, Race, and Reconciliation.
Tuesday, April 3, 7:30 p.m. at the Sewanee Union Theatre—A screening of “I Am Not Your Negro” will be followed by an open conversation moderated by Eunice Muchemi, C’19, and Karen Proctor, special assistant to the provost. This 2016 film expands author James Baldwin’s exploration of race in America, with his personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his close friends: Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. Free admission for all and free popcorn and drinks, courtesy of the Office of Civic Engagement, the Cumberland Center for Justice and Peace, and the Dean of the College.
Wednesday, April 4, starting at 6 p.m. on the Quad—The Sewanee community is invited to gather on the Quad to mark the anniversary of the assassination of MLK. Following a brief program on the Quad, the gathering will process down University Avenue to Angel Park. At both locations, speakers will offer their reflections on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. (Rain locations: Convocation Hall and St. Mark’s Hall, Otey Memorial Parish.) The event is sponsored by the Dean of the College, the Dean of Students, the School of Theology, All Saints’ Chapel, the Office of Civic Engagement, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Cumberland Center for Justice and Peace, the Sewanee Business Alliance, Otey Memorial Parish, and student organizations SGA, BSU, OCCU, HOLA, ACASA, and the Community Engagement House.
Tuesday, April 10, 7 p.m. in Hargrove Auditorium, Hamilton Hall at the School of Theology:—The community is invited to a panel discussion on “Visions of Unity: Letter from Birmingham Jail and the Legacy of Bishop Carpenter.” Panelists will consider the historical connection between Bishop Carpenter (Sewanee’s chancellor from 1961-67) and King’s iconic letter, considering what this historical moment has to teach us today. Sponsored by the Diversity and Reconciliation Committee at the School of Theology and the Sewanee Project on Slavery, Race, and Reconciliation.
Tuesday, April 17, 7 p.m. in Convocation Hall—Diane Nash, an icon of the American Civil Rights movement, will speak on “The Movements of the ‘60s: A Legacy for Today.” Nash was prominently involved with integrating lunch counters through sit-ins, the Freedom Riders, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, and King’s Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and was part of a committee that promoted the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Nash’s presentation is sponsored by the Sewanee Project on Slavery, Race, and Reconciliation.

Monday, April 16

Parini to Speak on New Book ‘The Way Of Jesus’

Writer Jay Parini will return to Sewanee this month to speak about his new book, “The Way of Jesus: Living a Spiritual and Ethical Life.” His talk will be at 4:30 p.m., Monday, April 16, in Convocation Hall, with a reception and book-signing to follow. Of Parini’s latest work, Harvey Cox, author of “The Future of Faith,” says, “Parini’s Jesus escapes the limitations of the ‘historical Jesus’ genre without leaving some of the most valuable insights of that effort behind. … An exquisite book.”
The community is invited to Parini’s talk.
Parini, who last visited Sewanee in 2015, is a prolific poet, novelist, and biographer, and is the D. E. Axinn Professor of English and Creative Writing at Middlebury College. He is the author of six books of poetry; eight novels, including “The Last Station,” which was made into an Academy Award-nominated film in 2009; and biographies of John Steinbeck, Robert Frost, William Faulkner, and Gore Vidal. He writes for various publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.
“The Way of Jesus” has been described as a book for progressive Christians and spiritual seekers who struggle with some of the basic questions about human existence: its limits and sadnesses, and its possibilities for awareness and understanding.

Sunday, April 15

Free Income Tax Prep Available

Beginning on Saturday, Feb. 24, the IRS-certified Sewanee Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program will begin processing and filing qualifying residents’ income taxes for its fifth year in a row. This year, the student leads and volunteers are working with the Babson Center for Global Commerce as well as the University of the South and South Cumberland Community Fund-sponsored South Cumberland VISTA Program.
Any resident of Franklin, Grundy, or Marion county who makes less than $54,000 a year, is disabled, or is elderly qualifies for a free tax return.
Each resident interested in filing must bring proof of identification (a photo ID), social security cards (if filing jointly with another person then bring both social security cards and both individuals must be present), wage and earning statements (W-2, 1099, etc.), dividend and interest statements (if this applies to the resident filing), birth dates of the resident(s) and dependent(s), and banking account and routing numbers for direct deposit (found on a blank check).
If a resident filing does not have a social security card, then he/she must bring an IRS Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) assignment letter.
Except for at Franklin County Library (which will have a sign-up appointment sheet), all appointments are by walk-in.
Please direct any questions to <>.
Saturday, Feb. 24, 11 a.m.–4 p.m., Otey Parish, 216 University Ave., Sewanee
Saturday, March 3, 11 a.m.–4 p.m., Sewanee Senior Center, 5 Ball Park Rd., Sewanee;
Saturday, March 10, 11 a.m.–4 p.m., Altamont Library, 1433 Main St., Altamont;
Saturday, March 31, 10 a.m.–1 p.m., Franklin County Library (appointment required), 105 S. Porter St., Winchester;
Saturday, April 7, 10 a.m.–1 p.m., Franklin County Library (appointment required), 105 S. Porter St., Winchester;
Sunday, April 15, 11 a.m.–4 p.m, Dutch Maid Bakery, 109 Main St., Tracy City.

15th Annual Trails and Trilliums Festival

Trails and Trilliums is a multi-day celebration of spring, featuring expertly-guided hikes on many of the South Cumberland State Park’s most scenic trails. The event will be held April 13–15 at the South Cumberland State Park Visitor Center.
The festival offers a full slate of nature-themed speakers and workshops for the adults at no charge, plus Family Fun activities for children and the adults who come with them, which are also free of charge. There’s also music, food, and a variety of artists and craft vendors offering works for sale. The Saturday evening Wine & Wildflowers fundraiser is a favorite spring social event.
All proceeds from Hiking Pass sales, Wine & Wildflowers ticket sales, food, art and merchandise sales benefit the Friends of South Cumberland State Park, a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization, working in support of the Park.
Online registration for Trails & Trilliums is now open. Registration is required for all hikes, and for the Wine and Wildflowers celebration. For more information go to <>.

Saturday, April 14

STLS to Host Wine and Spirit Tasting Event

The Southern Tennessee Ladies Society will host a Wine and Spirit Tasting Event to fund their ongoing scholarship program. Mark your calendar for April 14, from 7–9 p.m. at the Franklin County Country Club in Winchester for an evening full of spirited samplings complemented with a wide variety of heavy hors-d’oeuvres, live entertainment and a silent auction.
Ticket prices are $30 in advance or $35 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at Reliable Rental, located at 104 E. Petty Lane, Winchester or by calling Tina Roth at (931) 967-4813. There will be a ‘will call box’ as you enter the event.
“It would be hard to find that much good food, fun and spirits at a better price for a night out with your friends,” said Linda Little, STLS member and one of the coordinators for this event. “This event makes it fun and easy to contribute toward these worthy scholarships with a happy attitude.”
Stones River Total Beverages from Murfreesboro will bring a wide variety of wine to sample, Prichard’s Distillery from Kelso will provide an assortment of rum, whiskey and liqueur products, and Jackson Morgan Southern Cream will offer seven hand-crafted flavors of Tennessee whiskey cream liquors. Experiment with some innovative drink recipes as you enjoy a hearty sampling of fine foods, provided by the Franklin County Country Club.
This event is open to all men and women over the age of 21. All are invited to attend and reminded to drink responsibly.
For more information contact STLS at <>.

Railroad Park Work Day

Cowan area residents and business owners will hold the 19th annual Work Day in the Railroad Park at 9:30 a.m.,  Saturday, April 14, in downtown Cowan.  The goal is to freshen and repair the downtown railroad park in time for seasonal tourist traffic.  We will have outside groups working in the park and another group working inside to clean and prepare the Cowan Depot for its seasonal opening.
Please send questions or suggestions via email to <>.  The Work Day is co-sponsored by Cowan Railroad Museum and Cowan Commercial Club.

Friday, April 13

Upcoming Meetings

FCDP Meetings
The Franklin County Democrtic Party will host a Bean Supper from 5:30–7 p.m., Saturday, April 7, at Capitol Hill Community Center, 5631 AEDC Rd., Winchester. Meet all the local candidates running for office as Democrats along with State Representative John Ray Clemmons. Tickets are $10 (kids eat free) and you can get them at the door.
There will be a Health Reform Panel: Medicare for All and Medicaid Expansion, 6–7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 18, at the Community Room at the Franklin County Annex, 839 Dinah Shore Blvd. Laura Helfman MD, and Amy Evans MD will be the local experts.
The FCDP monthly meeting will be at 9 a.m., Saturday, April 21, at the Franklin County Annex Small Meeting Room, 839 Dinah Shore Blvd., Winchester.

Coffee with the Coach
Coffee with the Coach, an opportunity to learn more about Sewanee’s sports teams, will be at 9 a.m., Monday, April 9, with with University of the South track and field coach Jeff Heitzenrater. Gather at the Blue Chair Tavern for free coffee and conversation.

Fourth of July Planning Dates
Anyone interested in helping to plan for the annual Fourth of July is welcome to attend the planning session. The meetings are held on Mondays at 5p.m. at the Sewanee Senior Citizen’s Center. Meeting dates are April 9, May 14, June 4, 11, 18, and 25.

Franklin County School Board
The Franklin County School Board will meet at 5:30 p.m., Monday, April 9, at the Franklin County Board of Education Building, 215 S. College St., Winchester.

P.E.O. Sisterhood Meeting
The April meeting of Chapter Z Tennessee of the International P.E.O. Sisterhood will be at 10 a.m., Tuesday April 10. All unaffiliated members of the P.E.O. Sisterhood who are in the Middle Tennessee area are welcome. Call (931) 962-0202 for more information.

MCDP Regular Meeting and Potluck
Katie Tillman, the Chair of the Marion County Democratic Party has announced the regular meeting of the Democratic Party. This will be a Meet the Candidates’ potluck dinner, so bring a covered dish if possible. The meeting will be 6–8 p.m., Tuesday, April 10, at the Kimball Town Hall Municipal Building, 675 Main St.

EQB Meeting
Members of the EQB Club will meet for lunch at noon, Wednesday, April 11, at St. Mary’s Sewanee. Marietta Poteet will present the lead on “England’s Coast to Coast Trail” at 12:30 p.m.

On Wednesday, April 11, from 6–7:30 p.m., DivorceCare, a nationwide nondenominational 13-week support group for separated and divorced individuals will meet off of Main Street in Monteagle. Please go to <> and type in your zip code for further information on the Monteagle location and how to register. Contact Daniel or Becky Lehmann at <> or call (615) 294-4748 for more information.

Area Rotary Club Meetings
The Grundy County Rotary Club meets at 11:30 a.m., Tuesdays at Dutch Maid Bakery in Tracy City. The Monteagle-Sewanee Rotary Club will meet at 8 a.m., Thursday, April 12, at the Sewanee Inn. Susan Holmes will present the program on the Cumberland Center for Justice and Peace.

Railroad Park Work Day
Cowan area residents and business owners will hold the 19th annual Work Day in the Railroad Park at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, April 14, in downtown Cowan. The goal is to freshen and repair the downtown railroad park in time for seasonal tourist traffic. Everyone is invited to participate.
For more information email <>. The Work Day is co-sponsored by Cowan Railroad Museum and Cowan Commercial Club.

Franklin County Commissioners
The Franklin County Board of Commissioners will meet at 7 p.m., Monday, April 16, at the Franklin County Courthouse.

Tim’s Ford Council
Membership meeting for Tim’s Ford Council will be  at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 19, in the Community Meeting Room at Franklin County Annex, 855 Dinah Shore Blvd., Winchester. The program will be a forum for candidates running for Franklin County Mayor. The meeting is open to the public.

Community Council
The next meeting of the Community Council is scheduled for 7 p.m., Monday, April 23, at the Senior Citizens’ Building. Items for the agenda should be submitted to the Provost’s office by noon on Wednesday, April 11.

Wednesday, April 11

Water Conversations: Walking as Witnessing

The community is invited to the “Water Conversations: Walking as Witnessing” lecture by Anna MacLeod from 5–6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 11, in the Torian Room of duPont Library.
Sculptor Anna MacLeod has traveled the world examining the legacy of industrialism on sacred water bodies and potable water and the resilience of communities facing insecure water futures and climate change uncertainty. She has completed a series of sculptures titlted “Water Conversations” that explore social, political, cultural and spiritual attitudes towards water in Broken Hill, Australia, the Gobi Desert, Velez Blanco in Spain, and Sante Fe, N.M. Her interdisciplinary work examines transcultural dynamics in water stewardship and adds to Sewanee’s “Year of Water” series.
The lecture is sponsored by the University Lectures Committee, Environmental Arts and Humanities, and Enviromental Studies

Monday, April 9

Leader in Global Health and Development to Speak at Sewanee

Charles MacCormack is the Senior Fellow for NGO Futures at Interaction, the national association of more than 200 U.S. humanitarian and development organizations. He is the annual Omicron Delta Kappa speaker at the University of the South, and will give a talk, “Leadership in a Global Era,” at 4:30 p.m., Monday, April 9, in Gailor Auditorium. The public is welcome to attend the talk.
MacCormack also serves as vice-chair of the Millennium Development Goal Health Alliance. Throughout 2016 he served as an advanced leadership fellow at Harvard University. He also served as executive-in-residence at Middlebury College from 2012 to 2016, and works with a number of international think tanks. Each of these undertakings advances knowledge, teaching, and practice of the role of corporations, foundations, NGOs, universities, philanthropists, and media in global health and development.
From 1993 through 2011, MacCormack was president of Save the Children, the world’s leading independent nonprofit organization serving children in need. He currently serves on the Board of Save the Children International, which programs more than $2.1 billion in more than 120 countries.
Throughout his career, Professor MacCormack has served in many consultative and official roles, including service on the Board of World Learning, as a founding board member of Malaria No More, and as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Sewanee Woman’s Club Meeting April 9

The Sewanee Woman’s Club (SWC) will meet at noon, Monday, April 9, at the DuBose Conference Center in Monteagle. Reservations are due Friday, March 30. To make a reservation call Janet Miller Schmidt, (504) 858-5221 or email Jessica Favaloro at <>.
Alexis Picklesimer will present “Inspired Programs from the Garden.”
Lunch ($14) for this meeting will be green salad, french dip w/aujus, sweet potato tots and magic bars. Reservations are required. A vegetarian choice is offered; please request this when making a reservation.The Club encourages making a standing reservation for the year.
The Sewanee Woman’s Club hosts luncheon meetings on the second Monday of each month, September through May, except January. There is an optional social time at 11:30 a.m. Programs begin at 12:30 p.m. Club business matters are handled briefly at 1 p.m. Child care is available; please request these when making a reservation.
The annual dues are $5. These dues and the proceeds of the club’s fundraising events support Thurmond Library and other local charities.

Sunday, April 8

Mountain Goat Trail Run to Add Sunday Half-Marathon in 2018

The Mountain Goat Trail Run/Walk will now be known as Socumos Mountain Goat Trail Race Weekend, April 7-8.
The fifth annual Mountain Goat Trail Run & Walk, sponsored by Mountain Outfitters and the Mountain Goat Trail Alliance (MGTA), will be held on Saturday, April 7. The first Farmers Insurance Mountain Goat Trail Half Marathon will be held on Sunday, April 8.
Sponsors of the weekend to date include the MGTA, Mountain Outfitters, the South Cumberland Chamber of Commerce, Lodge Cast Iron, Tower Bank, the Town of Monteagle, NovaCopy, and Farmers Insurance. Additional sponsors are being sought for the event.
The 5-mile run will begin at 10 a.m. in downtown Sewanee; a 2-mile walk will begin at 10 a.m. at Pearl’s Fine Dining. Both will finish at Mountain Outfitters in Monteagle. Prizes will be awarded for fastest men’s and women’s finisher, and for best runner or walker’s costume. Drawings for outdoor gear from Mountain Outfitters and presentation of awards are planned after the finish of the run & walk.
The half-marathon (13.1 miles) will begin at 7 a.m. in downtown Tracy City and follow the future route of the Mountain Goat Trail, where possible, before joining the Trail in Monteagle and finishing in Sewanee.
Saturday night’s scheduled events include Thumping Richards and Daniel Troutman in concert in Angel Park. More details and activities will be announced as they are added.
To learn more or to register, go to

Saturday, April 7

30 Years of Perpetual Motion April 5–7

Perpetual Motion this year celebrates 30 years of dance. Performances are at 7 p.m., April 5,  6, and  7, in Guerry Auditorium.
Perpetual Motion 2018 will feature 24 pieces of original student choreography, in styles from Afro-Caribbean to Irish to swing, and performances will include more than 80 University student dancers as well as a few students from St. Andrew’s-Sewanee. The public is invited, and the three nights of performances are free.
Perpetual Motion is a student-led performing dance company that started in 1989 and is designed to give students an opportunity to perform for the Sewanee community in many forms and styles of dance.
Perpetual Motion is also an adventure. It has elements of surprise. Some pieces are raw expressions of emotion. Others are playful forms of art. Previous styles have included belly dance, salsa, country, modern, Irish, classical and modern ballet, hip hop, lyrical, even disco.

Hazardous Waste Collection on April 7

The Franklin County Solid Waste Management facility on Joyce Lane will have its annual Hazardous Household Waste Event, 8 a.m.–1 p.m., Saturday, April 7.
Hazardous household waste is defined as corrosive, flammable, toxic or reactive materials used in your home, car or truck, garden and lawn, such as:
Household Cleaners—Drain openers, oven cleaners, wood/metal cleaners and polishes, toilet bowl cleaners, disinfectants;
Automotive Products—fuel additives, grease/rust solvents, air conditioning refrigerants, starter fluids, auto body putty, antifreeze/coolants, carburetor/fuel injector cleaners;
Lawn/Garden Chemicals—fungicides, herbicides and pesticides;
Home Maintenance Chemicals—oil-based paint, paint thinner, wood preservatives, paint strippers/removers, adhesives;
Miscellaneous—batteries, fingernail polish remover, pool chemicals, photo processing chemicals, medicines/drugs, reactive compounds (aerosols, compressed gasses), TVs and other electronics, mercury thermometers and thermostats, fluorescent light bulbs, computers and accessories.
No explosive, radioactive, or medical waste materials will be accepted.
For more information call 967-1139 or go to

Thursday, April 5

Change-Ringers from England to Ring a Peal

A group of more than 30 change bell ringers from the UK will visit Sewanee on Thursday, April 5, to ring the University’s Bentley Bells in Breslin Tower, from 5 p.m. to approximately 6:45 p.m. Eight members of the group will ring a quarter peal at approximately 5:45 p.m. A peal is a continuous period of ringing, usually up to three hours, of 5,000 or more sequences of changes without any repetition. Refreshments and light snacks will be available in Convocation Hall where the peal attempt can be viewed through a closed circuit TV broadcast. Students and community members are invited to visit with our guests, to listen to the bells, and to learn about this ancient bell ringing tradition.

Allen at Lifelong Learning

Please join the Sewanee Seminars for Lifelong Learning at noon, Thursday, April 5, in Lower Cravens, 435 Kentucky Ave., for a presentation by Jody Allen, Ph.D., visiting professor of History at the University of the South. She will present a program on “Slavery and the University: A Moment Long Past Due.”
Allen comes to Sewanee from the College of William & Mary where she directed the “Lemon Project: A Journey of Reconciliation.” This project is a multifaceted and dynamic attempt to rectify wrongs perpetrated against African-Americans by the College through action or inaction. Her research interests cover the U.S. Civil War through the long Civil Rights Movement focusing on Black Agency. Her current manuscript considers the consequences of and responses to the 1902 Virginia constitution revisions that disfranchised most African American males.
Please join us for this timely, important presentation from noon until 1 p.m. Annual membership is $12, individual sessions $2. Cookies and beverages are available at no charge.
For more information contact Stephen Burnett at 598-5479.

Wednesday, April 4

Kindergarten Registration April 4

Registration for Franklin County Schools kindergarten for the 2018–19 school year will be 1–5 p.m., Wednesday, April 4. You must register your child at the school that your child is zoned to attend during the 2018-2019 school year.
A child must reach the age of 5 years by Aug.15, to enroll in kindergarten for the 2018–19 school year.
Parents will need to be able to provide the following information: child’s Social Security card, birth certificate (must be the state official copy; mother’s copy will not be accepted); immunization record on a Tennessee Certificate of Immunization; and updated physical exam.
For more information contact Patti Limbaugh at (931) 967-0626.

Monday, April 2

Register for the New Sewanee Seminars Short Courses Offerings

The Center of Lifelong Learning at the University of the South is offering six short courses. The enrollment fee for each course is only $60 and includes six hours of formal learning time.  Contact Dan Backlund at <> for more information and to register for these exciting classes before they are full.
Late Bloomers: Gardening in the Second Half of Life—Mondays, 1–3 p.m., March 26, April 2, 9, and 16. Instructor: June Mays, Garden Designer.
Going to Pieces: An Introduction to Papercut Art—Tuesdays, 9 a.m.–noon, March 27 and April 3. Enrollment limit is 12. Instructor: Kim Phillips, Franklin County Arts Guild Artist.
Jung for the “Jung”at Heart—Mondays, 3:30–5:30 p.m., April 2, 9, 16, and 23. Enrollment limit is 12. Instructor: Al Bardi, Associate Professor of Psychology.
Better Balance in 2018—Wednesdays, 12:15–2:15 p.m., April 4, 11, 18 and 25. Instructor: Karen Gardner, Certified Personal Trainer.
Hit the Reset Button!—Thursdays, 10 a.m.–noon, April 5, 12, 19 and 26. Instructors: Maryellen McCone and Richard Barrali.
Modern Astronomy: From the Moon to the Multiverse—Tuesdays, 3–5 p.m., April 10, 17 and 24. Instructor: Frank Hart, Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy.