Tuesday, 15 Sep 2009
"Digging up Worms."
Come to the Farm House Museum to enjoy tea and conversation. After tea, all are welcome to join a guided tour that will highlight different topics each week, including Victorian crafts, the first 50 years at the Farm House, 1800s entertainment, and more.
Baritone Norman Spivey performs Écoute: pieces of Reynaldo Hahn. This original one-man show on the life and music of French composer Reynaldo Hahn.
Think you might want to work for a non-profit? A panel of five agency representatives will answer your questions and tell you what it's really like. No sign-up necessary.
6:30-8:30pm for 2 weeks Create images with spray paint.
7-8:15pm for 8 weeks Belly Dancing for Beginners.
This documentary is an inside look at an important contemporary conflict pitting American Indian rights against state and local governments in the United States. A panel discussion will follow the showing of this documentary with the director-producer Mark Vasina and Frank LaMere, one of the orchestrators of the movement and a member of the Winnebago tribe of Nebraska.
"Vase Arrangements," Betsy Eness, indoor horticulturalist, Reiman Gardens.
8:30-9:30 for 8 weeks Multi-level belly dancing class.