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St. Louis : Classes near 63105

104 The House of Medici

Wednesday      07/22/20       10:00 - 11:30
Zoom STLA   

The Medici family, also known as the House of Medici, first attained wealth and political power in Florence in the 13th century through its success in commerce and banking. Beginning in 1434 with the ... More

110 Early Renaissance Masters: Mosaccio, Donatello, Botticelli

Wednesday      08/26/20       10:00 - 12:00
Zoom A & B   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Beginning in the early 1400s in Florence, Italy, the European world experienced a great flowering of art and intellectual pursuits. Aided by new technical knowledge, artists achie... More

112 The Lodge that Levis Built: Architect Preston J. Bradshaw's Vision for Magnate

Tuesday      08/25/20       10:00 - 12:00

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Perched high atop the bluffs of the Mississippi River north of Alton, Illinois is a remarkable little structure. Referred to as “the Tea House” by locals and “th... More

116 Centuries of Art and Ovid's Metamorphosis

Wednesday      07/15/20       10:00 - 12:00
Zoom STLA   

Written by Roman poet Ovid and completed in 8 AD, the Metamorphosis is a Latin narrative poem com prised of 11,995 lines in 15 books that tells the stories of 250 myths. For centuries, the myths prese... More

119 Naples vs Venice: The Int'l Style of Giordano and Tiepolo During the 18th Centry

Friday      08/14/20       11:00 - 01:00

Naples vs Venice: The International Style Represented by Luca Giordano and Giambattista Tiepolo During the 18th Century This course examines the Neapolitan and Venetian styles/schools of the late 17th... More

120 Introduction to Improv

Tuesday      08/04/20       01:00 - 03:00
Zoom B   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Rediscover your inner child as we use our imaginations to experience the fun of improvisational theatre. This class will cover the basics of improvisation through fun games in a s... More

123 Introduction to Acting

Tuesday      08/11/20 - 08/25/20       01:00 - 03:00

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Through the use of discussion, acting exercises, improvisation and scene work we will cover the basics of acting and the process an actor goes through to create a role. Join us to... More

124 Philosophical Cafe

Thursday      06/04/20 - 08/27/20       10:00 - 12:00
Zoom STL1   

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

128 Fact & Fiction: What's Really in a Hot Dog

Thursday      08/13/20       10:00 - 11:30

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Hot dogs are a staple of American summer cookouts and childhood lunches. There are plenty of jokes about their origin. But what is in a hot dog? Find out from an expert in meat pr... More

129 Clayton Women's Roundtable

Monday      06/08/20 - 08/24/20       01:00 - 03:00
Zoom STL 1   

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

130 Clayton Men's Roundtable

Monday      06/01/20 - 08/17/20       01:30 - 03:30
Zoom STLA   

World issues, politics - let’s talk! Discussion group meets on the first and third Mondays of each month. This class will meet via Zoom. You will receive an link to join the class online. More

134 Johnny Rabbitt: 66 Years of the Rabbitt!

Monday      07/27/20       10:00 - 11:30
Zoom STLA   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE A friendly face on your TV or that familiar voice on the radio - media personalities inhabit a special place in our lives. Meet some of St. Louis’ most fascinating media per... More

137 Rightfully Hers: "Today We March. Tomorrow We Vote."

Tuesday      07/21/20       01:00 - 03:00
Zoom STL2   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE The 15th Amendment was ratified on February 3, 1870. For the 1st time the Constitution gave all “men” (white & black) the right to vote. These amendments raised fa... More

138 Rightfully Hers: "Finish the Fight": Beyond 1920

Tuesday      08/18/20       10:00 - 12:00

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Voting is a way for us to express our opinions and choices. Voting is “people power” which is a right given to all Americans through the 15th and 19th Amendments. Lear... More

142 The Amazing Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris

Thursday      07/16/20       10:00 - 12:00
Zoom STLA   

The most visited cemetery in the World, Pere Lachaise is a magical, mystical location in Paris, France. Not the first place one thinks of when visiting Paris, but a "mustsee!" The setting, t... More

144 American Indian Oral Traditions

Wednesday      07/29/20       10:00 - 12:00
Zoom STLA   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE In ancient times around the world, story-telling was both an art and an important feature of life— it was not just a past-time. People depended on it to learn about their be... More

145 What Happened to the American Indians?

Thursday      08/20/20       10:00 - 12:00

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE When Columbus arrived on the North American continent, what he actually discovered was that the American Indians had been living here for at least 15,000 years! Unfortunately, Eur... More

147 Postcards to the Past

Tuesday      08/11/20       10:00 - 11:30

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Travel through time and space via more than 150 rare, colorful and unique picture postcards that offer the history of the way things were in St. Louis. These colorful glimpses int... More

148 Whatever Became Of...?

Thursday      07/30/20       10:00 - 11:30
Zoom STLA   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Learn about the final resting places of many notable St. Louis historical figures such as Meriwether Lewis, Henry Shaw, Florence Hulling, Harriet Woods, Marlin Perkins...and many ... More

150 The First Thing About Iran

Monday      08/17/20       10:00 - 12:00

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Our new decade has opened with a heightened and concerning level of tension between the United States and Iran. As is common with outbreaks of conflict in the Middle East, it is d... More

151 From the Battlefield to the Presidency: Zachary Taylor & Ulysses S. Grant

Thursday      08/06/20       10:00 - 12:00
Zoom B   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Learn the fascinating similarities between Presidents Zachary Taylor and Ulysses S. Grant. Taylor was the first president to go literally from the battlefield to the White House. ... More

152 State of American Politics: Is it as Bad as it Seems?

Friday      07/31/20       10:30 - 12:00
Zoom STLA   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Confidence in government is at an all-time low. Is this collapse in public opinion justified? If so, what happened and what can be done to turn things around? Answers may lie in c... More

153 The Sinking of the Essex: The True Story Behind Moby Dick

Tuesday      07/28/20       10:00 - 11:30
Zoom STL1   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE "Call me Ishmael" - these are perhaps the most famous and recognizable words in the history of American Literature. However, they had nothing to do with the Pequod; the ... More

162 Scenes of Historic Wonder: St. Louis

Monday      08/31/20       10:00 - 11:30
Zoom B   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE Join the author on a visual look back at some interesting and offbeat St. Louis scenes. The images captured in this collection depict one-of-a kind moments we’ll never see a... More

163 Meet the Author: The Last Children of Mill Creek Class Full

Friday      09/04/20       10:30 - 12:00
Zoom B   

Vivian Gibson grew up in Mill Creek, a neighborhood of St. Louis razed in 1959 to build a highway. Her family, friends, church community, and neighbors were all displaced by urban renewal. Meet Vivian... More

165 Mindfulness: Fact or Fiction

Monday      07/20/20       10:00 - 12:00
Zoom STL1   

*SALE! NEW LOW PRICE In this two-hour introductory class, we’ll spend time sorting the fact from the fiction - learning what mindfulness is and isn’t. There will be an examination of leadi... More

166 Home, Smart Home

Tuesday      07/28/20       01:00 - 03:00
Clayton Oasis B   

We hear a lot about Smart Home devices like Amazon Alexa and Google Home, but what are these gadgets and what can they do for us? We'll explore their capabilities, including ways to communicate wi... More

176 Google Photos 3 spot(s) remaining

Friday      07/10/20 - 07/17/20       01:00 - 03:00
OASIS Institute STLA   

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, anim... More

178 Safety First: Privacy and Safety Online

Friday      07/24/20 - 07/31/20       01:00 - 03:00
Zoom STLA   

The Internet is a daily part of our family, social, and business lives. The Internet is also where scammers and identity thieves lurk. Protect yourself by learning to recognize phishing and fraud atte... More

179 Smartphone Photography

Friday      08/07/20 - 08/21/20       01:00 - 03:00
Clayton Oasis A   

Chances are you use your smartphone for pictures and videos. Smartphone cameras are not only convenient, they have features not found anywhere else. If you want to know more about slo-mo, panoramic, t... More