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January 13, 2017  RSS feed
Culture

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Sunday Morning U to offer diverse class topics on Jan. 22

Six professors, all educators who belong to Congregation B’nai Israel, will offer lectures on Sunday, Jan. 22, at the synagogue, 300 58th St. N., St. Petersburg.

This adult studies program – Sunday Morning University – is being offered in partnership with Temple Beth-El.

Those interested in attending can choose one of three sessions from 10 to 11 a.m. and one of three sessions from 11:15 to 12:15 p.m.

The first session lectures are: What Makes the Sun Shine, taught by Larry Green; Storytelling and Identity in American Jewish Fiction, by Elizabeth Unruh, and Obstruction of Justice: Home Run or Strikeout, by Ellen Podgor.

The second session classes are: Fission, Fusion and Uranium Enrichment, by Stephen Cantor; Jewish Composers of the Great Depression by Joan Epstein, and When Your Z-pak Can Kill You: How Antibiotic Misuse and Overuse is Causing a World Health Crisis, taught by Dr. David Wein.

A registration fee of $18 includes selection of one course from each session on a wide range of subjects and lunch. Registration is now open at cbistpete.org.


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