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102 An Armchair Tour of Grand Center: St. Louis' Cultural District


Tuesday      04/14/20       01:00 - 02:30
Clayton OASIS B   

Registration is closed

Take a vicarious tour with Dr. Ratkin exploring the revitalization of the Grand Center District. View the buildings, learn the history, and hear about the current plans for future redevelopment. Find ... More

104 More Than Just Stuff: Understanding Signs & Symbols in Paintings


Wednesday      04/15/20       10:00 - 12:00
Clayton OASIS A & B   

Animals, plants and objects of all kinds – these items are not simply incidental details in paintings. They reveal layers of meaning that help us to fully understand masterworks. We will explore... More

114 Ginger Rogers


Wednesday      04/08/20       10:00 - 11:30
Clayton OASIS B   

From legendary partner of the great Fred Astaire to holding her own in comedic and dramatic roles, this talented star and her memorable films are Hollywood gold! Enjoy clips from as early as the 1930s... More

115 Margarita Glass Painting


Monday      04/27/20       10:00 - 11:30
Clayton OASIS A & B   

Get your glass ready for Cinco de Mayo! Paint your own margarita glass with easy step-by-step instructions and take it home with you. Sandi will paint with you, teach you how to blend colors and use s... More

117 Cinematic History: Westerns


Wednesday      04/22/20       10:00 - 12:00
Clayton OASIS B   

Westerns have been a staple of cinema from the earliest days. Join us for this program, which encapsulates the history of the Western film genre in a sweeping overview. Main focuses are on directors J... More

120 Stories from the Stream: Fly Fishing, a Meaningful Life and Your Next Chapter


Tuesday      04/07/20 - 04/21/20       01:00 - 03:00
Clayton OASIS A & B   

If you enjoy philosophical and literary discussion, this class is for you! Using selections from the literature of fly fishing and psychology, we will discuss stories from the stream as lessons about ... More

122 Clayton Women’s Roundtable


Monday      01/13/20 - 04/27/20       01:00 - 03:00
Clayton OASIS A & B   

Registration is closed

Good conversations are salve to the soul. Join us for this open discussion led by facilitators and full of lively debate and conversation. The group meets on the second and fourth Mondays of each mont... More

123 Clayton Men’s Roundtable


Monday      01/06/20 - 04/20/20       01:30 - 03:30
Clayton OASIS A & B   

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World issues, politics– let’s talk! Discussion group meets on the first and third Mondays of each month. More

124 Philosophical Café


Thursday      02/06/20 - 04/02/20       10:00 - 12:00
Clayton OASIS A   

Registration is closed

Join this open discussion, where participants share their thoughts about perennial and contemporary philosophical questions of meaning, value and reality, in a respectful and relaxed atmosphere. Past ... More

129 Integration of Baseball and Its Impact on St. Louis


Monday      04/06/20       10:00 - 12:00
Clayton OASIS A & B   

Everyone knows about Jackie Robinson breaking the MLB color barrier in April 1947, but do they know the strong St. Louis roots? Long before Jackie signed with the Dodgers, St. Louis had a strong prese... More

130 Cancelled - 130 - Questioning History: Discussion Sessions


Thursday      02/27/20 - 04/02/20       10:00 - 12:00
Clayton OASIS A & B   


Regenbogen’s book Questioning History: 16 Essential Questions That Will Deepen Your Understanding of the Past is the core of this course. Prior to each session, students will read a chapter prov... More

137 The Lost Generation


Tuesday      04/28/20       01:00 - 03:00
Clayton OASIS A & B   

A hundred years ago, a cohort of writers, poets, and musicians descended upon a freshly postwar Paris in search of all that they feared was lost: identity, tradition, and engagement with a society bui... More

146 History of American Music: 1860-1940


Monday      04/20/20       10:00 - 12:00
Clayton OASIS A & B   

Popular music is the soundtrack to much of our history. Revolutionary War soldiers went off to war to the tune of "Yankee Doodle." Abolitionist songs brought the anti-slavery message to hund... More

149 Creative Writing


Tuesday      02/11/20 - 04/28/20       10:00 - 12:00
Clayton OASIS B   

Registration is closed

Develop your creative writing skills in a class that is open to writers of fiction, memoir, personal essays and poetry. Class members will have the opportunity to share their writing with the group an... More

153 Mighty Cricket: The Superfood of the Future


Wednesday      04/29/20       10:00 - 11:30
Clayton OASIS A & B   

They’ve been pests, pets and even beloved cartoon characters, but some think crickets might be the next superfood. In addition to protein, they’re sources of iron, calcium and B12, plus th... More

162 Google Photos


Friday      03/27/20 - 04/03/20       11:00 - 01:00
Clayton OASIS A   

Registration is closed

Google Photos offers free, unlimited backup of your mobile phone's pictures! It's automatic and comes with a host of features too. Google Photos' Assistant will even create collages, anima... More

163 Safer Surfing Online: What's the Best Browser for Me?


Thursday      04/09/20       10:00 - 12:00
Clayton OASIS A   

Browsers like Google, Internet Explorer and Firefox areyour window to enjoying all the internet has to offer. Discuss privacy and security concerns of browsing the internet, and learn which tools in t... More

164 Exploring Google


Friday      04/17/20 - 05/01/20       11:00 - 01:00
Clayton OASIS A   

Explore some of the most helpful apps that Google offers. Learn about storing and backing up your files in Google Drive, finding your way around the world in a new way with Google Maps, and keeping yo... More

170 Give 5 Program


Thursday      04/23/20 - 05/07/20       08:30 - 04:30
Clayton OASIS A & B   

Give 5 is a program that matches Clayton residents who are retired (or almost retired) with area nonprofits in a volunteer capacity. Each Give 5 class will meet from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., once a wee... More

201 Katharine Hepburn


Wednesday      04/22/20       10:00 - 11:30
Maryland Heights Community Center    

Discuss this mega movie star, from her unforgettable roles in such blockbusters as Bringing Up Baby and The Philadelphia Story to her real life and on-screen romance with the one and only Spencer Trac... More

208 The Unbelievable Stories of Famous Multiples


Tuesday      04/07/20       01:00 - 02:30
Maryland Heights Community Center    

Learn about the world renowned Dionne quintuplets who were taken from their parents as babies and made wards of the Canadian government. We'll also check on the status of "Octamom" and d... More

304 Two Women


Monday & Wednesday      03/30/20 - 04/15/20       01:00 - 03:00
Kirkwood Community Center    

Registration is closed

In 2019, the U.S. still debates the prudence of placing a woman in the role of top political leader. During the 15th and 16th centuries, two world leaders were women. Isabella I of Spain and Elizabeth... More

402 Film Noir


Friday      02/14/20 - 04/03/20       01:00 - 04:00
Eden Seminary    

Registration is closed

Film noir, or black film, refers to an American film genre popularized between the early 1940s and late 1950s. These films depict a rapidly changing world characterized by moral ambiguity and confusio... More

404 Media, Technology and Society: Brave New World


Monday      04/06/20       10:00 - 11:30
Eden Seminary    

In this discussion, we will consider generational divides in how people use media, and how this affects what we know about persuasion. What will be the effects on toddlers who are growing up with smar... More

405 Creative Writing


Tuesday      02/11/20 - 04/28/20       01:00 - 03:00
Eden Seminary    

Registration is closed

Develop your creative writing skills in a class that is open to writers of fiction, memoir, personal essays and poetry. Class members will have the opportunity to share their writing with the group an... More

501 Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dali


Thursday      04/09/20       10:30 - 11:30
St. Louis Art Museum    

Join us for the Saint Louis Art Museum presentation of the works ofJean-François Millet (1814–1875). The exhibit examines his seminal importance for the modernist tradition through his pu... More

504 The Fabulous Fox Theater Tour and Lunch Class Full


Friday      04/24/20       10:15 - 01:30
Offsite    

Back by popular demand! Step back into the glory of Holly-wood with our own “Hollywood Girl,” Mary Saputo. Opened in 1929, the St Louis Fox was one of five crowning jewels in the Fox motio... More

509 Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers Class Full


Wednesday      04/22/20       10:00 - 12:00
The Sheldon    

Hot vocals and a swingin’ jazz band will keep your toes tapping as one of St. Louis’ favorite ensembles take the stage! Vocalist and avid swing dancer Valerie Kirchoff is “Miss Jubil... More

510 Painting Party:Wall Hanging


Thursday      04/16/20       10:30 - 12:30
Offsite courage & Grace   

Explore your creativity and leave with a unique wall hanging pallet. All materials will be provided for you to paint your sign, customized to your home decor, your style, and what makes you happy! More

511 Oasis Annual Spring Concert


Monday      05/18/20       06:00 - 08:00
Aud.   

Join us as we celebrate the beautiful music that Oasis musicians bring into our lives. The concert will feature the Oasis Small Wind Ensemble, the Oasis Concert Band, and the Oasis Jazz Ensemble. More