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Ageless Learning Seminars

Personal Enrichment

Offered through Continuing Education

@ Meramec | Wildwood | Center for Workforce Innovation | Off-Site

Informative, historical and fun presentations designed to open a world of knowledge to continue your lifelong learning. Open to the general public and free of charge.

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314-984-7777

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Ageless Learning Seminars are offered to the public for free but registration is required. Registration opens May 11.

Class schedules provided below may change.

It happens every so often: classes are rescheduled, moved to a different classroom, etc. Want to see the most up-to-date information? Simply follow the orange button above to view current class details.

Unless otherwise specified in the course description, registration for online classes closes three business days prior to the class start date.

Seminars offered at Missouri History Museum:

History of Underwear

SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S03 W 10:30 a.m.-noon | Bev Schuetz
June 17

St. Louis Crime Story

SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S04 W 10:30 a.m.-noon | Adam Kloppe
June 24

The 55th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry

SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S08 Th 10:30 a.m.-noon | Marvin Alonso-Greer
July 9

History of Comedy

SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S09 W 10:30 a.m.-noon | Bev Schuetz
July 15

The Literary Ladies of St. Louis

SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S13 Tu 10:30 a.m.-noon | Jaime Bourassa
Aug. 11

Will Rogers: The Man Everyone Loved

SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S14 W 10:30 a.m.-noon | Bev Schuetz
Aug. 12

Seminars offered at STLCC campuses:

 What Makes Switzerland Unique: History, Culture, Army Knives

Discover this armed neutral country with four national languages that has become a symbol for international peace, despite the requirement that every adult Swiss male keep a rifle ready to defend the country. Delve into Swiss history, sports, culture, wine and food (though we will not talk about Swiss cheese because there is no Swiss cheese in Switzerland!). Program is free but registration is required. Program is free but registration is required. Registration for this program opens 5/11.
SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S01 F 10-11:30 a.m. | Douglas Schneider
June 5 | MC-Student Ctr, 201
S11 W 10-11:30 a.m. | Douglas Schneider
July 22 | WW, 102A

Route 66: Bringing a Dead Highway Back to Life

Route 66 carried job seekers, dust bowl migrants, and Disneyland tourists westward until the Interstate Highway System emptied it of traffic. Though the federal government wiped Route 66 off the map in 1985, it remains the most famous road in the world, largely due to innovators who brought Route 66 to life — person by person, building by building, town by town. Program is free but registration is required. Registration for this program opens 5/11.
SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S02 Th 10-11:30 a.m. | Douglas Schneider
June 11 | FV-CWI, 136

Barbara Stanwyck

Explore a multitude of unforgettable films starring Barbara Stanwyck, a strong yet lovable actress and a dynamic star in every sense of the word. Included are many memorable films throughout her career not to mention TV roles and a little something from that iconic mini-series, “The Thorn Birds”! Program is free but registration is required. Registration for this program opens 5/11.
SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S05 F 10-11:30 a.m. | Mary Saputo
June 26 | FV-CWI, 136

St. Louis: The City That Makes and Loves Ice Cream

Yes, St. Louis introduced the ice cream cone to the world in 1904. We even have an ice cream cone sculpture. In this 21st century, St. Louis boasts more ice cream options than ever with many establishments crafting their own icy treats right before your eyes. Find out about micro-creameries and craft ice cream and the many choices available to St. Louisans today. Registration for this program opens 5/11.
SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S06 F 10-11:30 a.m. | Douglas Schneider
July 10 | WW, 102A
S12 Tu 10-11:30 a.m. | Douglas Schneider
July 28 | MC-Student Ctr, 201

The Costumes of Edith Head: Part I

Experience an unforgettable walk through Old Hollywood with the iconic costume designer whose list of clients reads like a Who’s Who of a bygone era. Whether you are a film buff or just a lover of exquisite fashion, this presentation will fit you like a glove! Stories and movie clips from a long list of favorites included. Program is free but registration is required. Registration for this program opens 5/11.
SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S07 Th 10-11:30 a.m. | Mary Saputo
July 9 | WW, 102A

The Costumes of Edith Head: Part II

Continue our in-depth presentation of the famed Hollywood designer, exploring a multitude of unforgettable movies from the mid-1950s through the early 1970s, including the films that won her the last three Oscars for Best Costume Design and brought her total awards up to an incredible eight Oscars! Program is free but registration is required. Registration for this program opens 5/11.
SENR-702 | 1 session | NO FEE
S10 Th 10-11:30 a.m. | Mary Saputo
July 16 | WW, 102A


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