St. Kate’s presents summer education program for adults

| August 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

St. Catherine University will present its first summer Chautauqua, which is an adult education program rooted in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and presented in rural areas, where access to arts and culture was limited.

The event was to open with a concert Aug. 3, and continues through Friday, Aug. 12, with various classes on the St. Paul campus and podcasts. Classes are $20. Podcasts and poetry readings are free.

Class topics include: the future church, youth bullying, women of the Bible, SCU artwork, book publishing, dance, eating healthy, Asian wisdom for aging and more.

For a complete list of all the Chautauqua offerings, visit the web site:


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