Tuesday, July 1, 2014

KEY Lifelong Learning Lecture Series at Vol State

Genealogy, art and books, are some of the subjects for the inaugural KEY Lifelong Learning Program at Volunteer State Community College starting in August. There are several lectures scheduled and each has multiple meeting days. The fee to enroll in one or all of the lectures in the series is $49. All of the lectures in the series start the week of August 4. Everyone is welcome to attend. The topics include:

“Beginning Genealogy- can you Trust the Internet?” 
“Why Does It Look the way It Does- Art in Context”
“Four Migrations to America”
“Author Talk- Judge Hamilton Gayden - Miscarriage of Justice”
“Author Talk-Allen Parks – Final Bid!”
“Author Talk- Judith Morgan – The Lost World of Langley Hall”
“Author Talk- Kenneth Thomson- Reverend Peter Vertrees”

KEY stands for “Keep Educating Yourself.” A kick-off session will be held on July 9 at 3 p.m. in the Wood Campus Center, Mary Cole Nichols Dining Room B on the Vol State Campus at 1480 Nashville Pike in Gallatin. Registration will be open at that time. People can also register by calling Vol State Continuing Education at 615-230-3358 or visiting in person at the 300 Building on the east side of the Vol State campus. For a complete list of lecture series dates and descriptions visit www.volstate.edu/lifelong

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