Arts & Music
History & General Interests
Join us for our Winter 2020 catalog classes and let Live & Learn Bethesda introduce you to some interesting and stimulating new speakers and class topics. Broaden your horizons through a variety of topics including the Arts, Music, History, Literature, Exercise, Computers and more.
A few Highlights for our Winter 2020 catalog classes.
- Ori Soltes, Professor of Theology, Philosophy and Art History, Author, will present a lecture titled “The Synagogue: Beauteous Form and Function”
- Diane Nine, Author, Literary Agent, will be present a lecture based on her book “My Life with Helen: The Dean of the White House Press Corps Through Her Agent’s Eyes
- Melvin Goodman, Retired CIA and State Department Analyst, Author, will present three lectures for this catalog: The Role of the Whistleblower in U.S. Democracy; The Challenge of the Middle East to American Diplomacy; and The Sino-Russian-American Triangle
- Pamela Nadell, Professor and Patrick Clendenen Chair in Women's & Gender History,Director, Jewish Studies Program, will present a lecture based on her book “America's Jewish Woman: A History from Colonial Times to Today”
- Richard Bell, PhD, Professor of History, Author, will present a lecture “Two Harriets: Tubman and Beecher Stowe”
I look forward to seeing you often in our winter classes.
- Registration & Website Info
- Registration is now open for our Winter 2020 classes. Please visit our registration page to view and register for classes.
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- Exercise & Fitness Classes - Start the week of January 6th
- Computer & Technology Classes- Start February 6th
- General Classes- Start January 11th
- Music Classes - Start January 22nd
- Fall Classes
- Class 1407, Joyful Operetta, has been rescheduled for Thursday February 27th at 1:30 to 3:00 pm
- Class 1447, Jane Eyre in Context, is scheduled for February 13th from 1:00 to 2:30 pm