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Lifelong Learning schedule released

The spring 2013 semester of Lifelong Learning, the community enrichment programs sponsored by Tabor College begins Feb. 22. The sessions start at 9:45 a.m. and are held in the Wohlgemuth Music Education Center Lobby. Cost is $4 per session or $15 for the entire semester. Rates for couples are $29 for the semester.

The entire series schedule is as follows:

Feb. 22 — Steve Vincent, Hillsboro will be singing as well as sharing his talents on the piano and handbells. He will also express his thoughts on musical selections and offer joint singing.

March 1 — Photographer Harland Schuster will speak about adventures he had while traveling across Kansas shooting for a book that was a special project of the Kansas Sampler Foundation.

March 8 — Former Tabor College President, Larry Nikkel will speak from his recently published autobiography about insights from his family life and leadership experiences. Soprano, Janie Brokenicky will perform several songs.

March 15 — Author Jim Beck will discuss his recent book, “Toward a More Perfect Union: The Settlement of Union Township, Clay County, Kansas.”

March 22 — Spring Break no session

March 29 — Good Friday, no session

April 5 — Donavon Schmidt, glassware collector will speak about the “ins and outs” of antique glassware. He will bring some pieces to look at and invites those who have their own collection to bring items as well.

April 12 — Jon Wiebe, President and CEO of MB Foundation will talk about financial challenges and changes retirees face.

April 19 — Betty Baerg Lofland will share her experiences while teaching in the Middle East and China for the past 35 years. Lofland and her husband now live in Pasadena, Calif. for six months of the year while spending the rest of their time in Macao, China.

April 26 — Group fellowship plus listening to country, gospel, and blue grass entertainment by the Cottonwood River Band.

Last modified Feb. 13, 2013