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WEA Programme Term 3 2014 as PDF file

ART & ART HISTORY

143-01 ART AND ARTISTS IIN THE 1890s: PETRUS VAN DER VELDEN, JAMES NAIRN AND GIROLAMO NERLI - Julie King

Starts 11 August, 10 - 11.30 am, 3 Mondays, $19
This course is about three professional artists who came to New Zealand at around the same time: Scottish painter James Nairn who worked in Wellington, Italian Girolamo Nerli in Dunedin, and Petrus van der Velden, who arrived in Christchurch in 1890 from Holland. We will be exploring their European origins and discussing how each painter's background shaped their work in New Zealand and the impact this had on artists in New Zealand. We'll consider their significance in the 1890s, but also their legacy in New Zealand's art history. Julie King is an art historian, formerly Senior Lecturer in Art History at the University of Canterbury.


143-02 DRAWING - Nina Cook

Starts 30 July, 9.30 - 11.30 am, 8 Wednesdays, $66
In this course you will learn drawing fundamentals that will strengthen and complement your existing skill base. The aim is to grow both your knowledge and confidence and to assist in developing your individual style. Beginners are welcome, with the small class sizes allowing for some individual tuition. Nina is a working artist with substantial technical knowledge. She has taught drawing for over 12 years. Please bring A3 paper (at least 130gsm), 2B, 4B and 6B graphite pencils, a rubber, medium charcoal pencil, soft white charcoal pencil and a small bottle of Indian ink. Some additional media may be required as the class progresses and you become more adventurous!


143-03 PORTRAIT DRAWING AND PAINTING - Lucille Vial

Starts 1 August, 10 am - 12 noon, 8 Fridays, $91
New and experienced artists are welcome. Model fee included, class size limited to 16. Bring your preferred materials and your own easel if possible. Lucille is a graduate in fine arts from the University of Canterbury and a trained teacher, with many years of experience as an art tutor.


143-04 ITALIAN RENAISSANCE PAINTING - Diane Swain

Starts 1 September, 10.30 am - 12 noon, 3 Mondays, $19
In this course we will study some works painted between 1300 and 1520 to see how artists told stories through their paintings and what ideas and technique changed the nature of Western Art. We will look at some key works by Duccio, Giotto, Martini, Masaccio, Ucchello, Piero della Francesco, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and others to understand why and how Renaissance Art evolved. Diane is a retired teacher. She was an HOD for Art & Art History at Marian College for many years and an Education Officer for The Christchurch Art Gallery where she still guides and occasionally teaches.


CULTURAL STUDIES & HISTORY

143-05 GREAT WAR SOLDIERS RETURN HOME - Gwen Parsons

Starts 19 August, 10 - 11.30 am, 3 Tuesdays, $19
This series of three talks considers the experiences of Great War veterans in New Zealand between 1915 and 1939, with special focus on soldiers returning to Ashburton and Dunedin. It will look at the condition of veterans as they returned home, and consider the nature of the medical support they received for both physical and mental problems. It will then consider the government's repatriation provisions put in place to help veterans, including war pensions and the soldier settlement scheme. Gwen Parsons has undertaken extensive research into New Zealand Great War veterans and published a number of articles and book chapters.


143-06 LOVE IN AND FOR LITERATURE - Richard Dawson

Starts 16 August, 10.30 - 12 noon, 6 Saturdays, $36
How might we adequately talk about various forms of love (charitable, romantic, divine, friendship)? This course responds to that question with reference to several great writers. (You dont need to be familiar with them.) Among others, we engage with William Shakespeare, Jane Austen, and Mark Twain. Each of these writers offer examples of courageous acts of listening, and we will attend to them with reference to this version of the Golden Rule: Listen to others as you would have others listen to you. Dr Richard Dawson has held lecturing positions in law, politics, and economics.


CURRENT AFFAIRS

143-07 ASPECTS OF THE REBUILD: ENJOYING OUR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT - various speakers

Starts 6 August, 1.30 - 2.30 pm, 5 Wednesdays, coin donation
13 Aug The Christchurch Perimeter Trail: encapsulation of a city, rebuilding the spirit, an overdue boost to the local economy - Dr Colin Meurk, Senior Scientist, Landcare Research Manaaki Whenua
20 Aug The Christchurch Coastal Pathway: Making the best of our stunning natural environment - Tim Lindley, Chairperson, Chch Coastal Pathway Group
27 Aug Experiencing The Port Hills - Paul Devlin, Head Ranger Port Hills, CCC
3 Sep Greening the Avon River Red Zone: world class natural asset, playground of the city and key centrepiece of the recovery of the east - Evan Smith, Co-chair, Avon-Otakaro Network
10 Sep 15 years promoting the Chch-Little River Rail Trail Project - Craig Mason


143-08 ELECTION 2014 - various speakers

Starts 8 August, 10.30 - 12 noon, 3 Fridays, $19
8 Aug What can voters expect from Election 2014? - Associate Professor Janine Hayward, Department of Politics, University of Otago
15 Aug Political Language and the Election - Geoffrey Ford, Canterbury University
22 Aug Youth politics in and beyond parliament: Key debates for the 2014 election - Sylvia Nissen, Canterbury University


143-09 IN SEARCH OF PALESTINE: EDWARD SAIDS RETURN HOME - Documentary introduced by Karim Pourhamzavi

Saturday 20 September, 1 - 3 pm, $8
Edward Said (1935-2003) was a Palestinian-American whose academic works, especially his book Orientalism (1978) had a major influence on the humanities and Middle Eastern studies. He was one of the founders of the critical-theory field of post-colonialism. In this BBC documentary, Edward Said provides insight into the historical background for the Palestinian situation, the nature of the peace process and why it is ineffective. He also presents a possible alternative for the tragedy on the ground. After the documentary there will be time for further comments, questions and discussion. Karim Pourhamzavi is a post-graduate student in political science and sociology at the University of Canterbury.


143-10 THE MIDDLE EAST, BETWEEN MODERNITY AND TRADITIONALISM - Karim Pourhamzavi

Saturday 6 September, 1 - 4 pm, $12
This course will provide a brief historical background of the Middle East region since the emergence of Islam to the present day. It will include the fall of the Ottoman Empire in the early 20th century; colonisation and post-colonisation leading on to contemporary history and the adoption of modernity. Topics to be considered will include independence, national, feminist and intellectual movements in various Middle Eastern countries. The Islamist movement, as representative of traditionalism, will also be examined in order to provide a better understanding of the diversity in the region. Karim Pourhamzavi is a post-graduate student in political science and sociology at the University of Canterbury.


DANCE

143-11 EXERCISE DANCING - Judith Varga

Starts 25 August, 11 - 12 noon, 5 Mondays, $20
Have fun and improve your fitness while moving to music. The exercise bit is driven by the legs which will be moving in simple patterns. The dancing comes as you optionally add arms, shoulders, ribs and hips to help express the music. You will be led through short, simple sequences (2 - 8 counts) and will be taught assuming no prior knowledge. Suitable for all ages and abilities - each person can adjust for their own ability to coordinate and move. Judith has been teaching dance to adults for over 15 years and has a background in jazz, belly, and Egyptian folkloric dance.


143-12 EXERCISE DANCING - Judith Varga

Starts 28 August, 1.30 - 2.30 pm, 5 Thursdays, $20
Have fun and improve your fitness while moving to music. The exercise bit is driven by the legs which will be moving in simple patterns. The dancing comes as you optionally add arms, shoulders, ribs and hips to help express the music. You will be led through short, simple sequences (2 - 8 counts) and will be taught assuming no prior knowledge. Suitable for all ages and abilities - each person can adjust for their own ability to coordinate and move. Judith has been teaching dance to adults for over 15 years and has a background in jazz, belly, and Egyptian folkloric dance.


143-13 ISRAELI FOLK DANCING - Val Clements

Starts 23 July, 11.45 am - 1.15 pm, 8 Wednesdays, $48
Israeli Folk Dancing is ideal for improving ones general well-being. It is good exercise for physical fitness and pleasurable, because of the lovely music and learning to move with it. As one concentrates and tries to remember the different movements, it shuts out the rest of the day, which is both relaxing and counters stress. There are different styles from different parts of the world, some vigorous and some gentle and graceful, but all dances are written for joyful occasions. Val has been dancing and teaching Israeli Folk Dancing for twenty two years and the pleasure hasnt faded. No partners required.


ECONOMICS

143-14 PUBLIC, PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS: MORE PROBLEMS FOR CHCH OR A SOLUTION?

A three-hour teach-in at the WEA, Saturday 12 July, 12.30 - 3.30 pm, gold coin
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are being promoted as one of the solutions to fix our city, but do the claims of PPP proponents, that such projects come in ?on time' and ?in budget', stand up to scrutiny? Each presentation will be followed by discussion and debate.
An overview of what PPPs are and what their purpose is - Bill Rosenberg, Economist and Director of Policy, Council of Trade Unions
How PPPs affect you - Steve Howard
Where to from here? - Susan Stewart, NZ Nurses Organisation
Organised in association with Keep Our Assets.


ENVIRONMENT

143-15 CANTERBURY RIVERS - various speakers

Starts 12 August, 1.30 - 2.30 pm, 5 Tuesdays, $20
12 Aug Water Quality in the Hurunui & Waiau Catchments - Scott Pearson,
Environment Officer, North Canterbury Fish & Game
19 Aug Update on the Rangitata & Opuha/Opihi Rivers - Rosalie Snoyink
26 Aug - Andrew Curtis, Chief Executive, Irrigation New Zealand
2 Sep To be confirmed
9 Sep An Overview of the Selwyn Waihora Zone & its Future - Pat McEvedy,
Chairperson of the Selwyn-Waihora Zone Committee


HEALTH

143-16 TAI CHI, QIGONG AND HARA BODY ALIGNMENT - Geraldine Parkes

Starts 22 July, 1.30 - 2.30 pm, 6 Tuesdays, $24
Tai Chi was developed from Qigong, which has always maintained the aim of health and well-being. Thousands of forms of Qigong have developed over the last 5000 years in China. Qigong uses easy-to-learn movements to guide the mind to draw in and replenish Qi. The movements increase flexibility, balance and co-ordination, the Qi heals and energises, and the whole activity brings deep relaxation and a calm and focussed mind. Hara refers to an area of power within the physical body that contains the tan tien - your core or centre of gravity. This is also a falls prevention programme. All welcome.


HOME & GARDEN

143-17 MIDDLE EASTERN COOKING - Rita Yosef

Starts 5 August, 11.30 am - 2 pm, 2 Tuesdays, $54
Come and learn about the rich flavours and traditions of the Middle East. Study common ingredients, flavours and culinary traditions of Israel, Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt, Syria and more. Learn how to make specialty aromatic dishes with ingredients that shape the regions dynamic flavours. This course will include both demonstration and sampling the different dishes. Rita Yosef is a qualified chef who was born in Latvia and lived in Israel for over 31 years before making New Zealand her home. She has had a life-long interest in food and has her own catering business, ?My Home Chef', catering for private functions and families.


143-18 PRACTICAL ORGANIC HOME GARDENING - Lily White

Starts 13 August, 6 - 7.30 pm, 6 Wednesdays, $40
This practical course will teach you about the basics of organic gardening including the following topics: soil life, compost, worms, Bokashi and liquid fertilisers; permaculture; pests and diseases; raised beds, square foot gardens; crop rotation, companion planting and intercropping; community gardening and community building. Come prepared to get your hands dirty! Lily White has been gardening organically for 40 years and has done formal training at Christchurch Polytechnic. For the past 18 years she has been running the ?Kids Edible Gardening' programme. Her specialty topic is garden design.


LITERATURE

143-19 CREATIVE WRITING - FICTION - Helen Hogan

Starts 30 July, 10am - 12noon, 8 Wednesdays, $64
In this course students study the short story genre by reading to each other the stories they write and, through discussion, consider the many aspects and varieties of the form. The course is intended for people who have already found pleasure in writing and want to build on and extend existing skills. Helen Hogan is a writer and teacher.


143-20 TRAGI-COMEDY IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY IRISH LITERATURE - John Wall

Starts 2 August, 10 am - 12.30 pm, 2 Saturdays, $20
This course will present the work of two highly original Irish writers; the poet, Patrick Kavanagh and novelist, Flann O'Brien. Kavanagh's modern epic poem, The Great Hunger, explores the passionate longings and penetrating insights of Patrick Maguire, a man whose life is distorted, by the burdens of social custom and economic scarcity. In Flann O'Brien's experimental novel, The Third Policeman, we will look at the way a young author brings together the foibles of village life, modern physics and Irish literary traditions into a new and fresh synthesis. Dr John Wall has worked as an English and philosophy lecturer in universities in the Republic of Ireland, New Zealand, Northern Cyprus and Lebanon.


BOOK DISCUSSION SCHEME (FWEA)

If you enjoy reading and want to join an existing book group or start up your own, the FWEA Book Discussion Scheme is the place to start! We lend out sets of more than 640 titles, from non-fiction to the latest page-turner. Groups read the same book and receive discussion notes to help kick-start their get-togethers. $60 for 10 books a year; student and half-pgrogrammes also available ($45/$30). Email: bds@bds.org.nz, or phone us on 3656210

DIY PLAY READING

D-I-Y Play Reading group meets Thursdays 10 am - 12 noon. Phone Wendy 352 7119 for more info.


MAORI

TE REO MAORI

TE REO MAORI: An eight-week introductory course in Maori language and customs is being offered by Risingholme Community Centre in three different locations in Term 3 2014. This evening course (6.30 - 8.30 Pm) has a strong focus on speaking and understanding spoken Te Reo Maori. It is aimed at providing beginners with knowledge of basic greetings to more complex sentences. The class will also provide an opportunity for the more advanced to support the beginners and practise and increase their skill in speaking, listening and understanding. Waiata (songs), tikanga (culture), karakia (prayers) and mihi (introductions) will be covered together with oral/aural and reading/writing skills. The evening courses start on Tuesday 29 July at Christchurch Girls High, Wednesday 30 July at Riccarton High School or Thursday 31 July at Shirley Boys High School. For further information contact Risingholme Community Centre, phone 332 7359; email: info@risingholme.org.nz or go online to: risingholme.org.nz

TE REO MAORI TASTER COURSE: If you have ever wanted to learn Te Reo Maori but were not sure where to start or what it is all about, why not try this free, two hour, introductory course? Please enrol through the Risingholme office prior to the start of the course - this will allow us to prepare for your arrival. Choose your night and/or venue - all sessions are at 6.30 - 8.30 pm: Tuesday 22 July at Girls High or Wednesday 23 July at Riccarton High or Thursday 24 July at Shirley Boys High. The tutors are Antoinette Koko (Tuesday and Thursday); Donald Bruce (Wednesday). Enrol at Risingholme Community Centre, phone 332 7359; email: info@risingholme.org.nz or go online to: risingholme.org.nz

MUSIC

143-21 ITALIAN SINGING - Claudia Lues

Starts 5 August, 11.45 am - 1.15 pm, 8 Tuesdays, $49
When you think of Italy, surely good food and music come to mind. Learn to sing beautiful Italian songs, both modern and classics, and learn the language at the same time. Claudia is Italian and grew up with a love for her culture and its music. She has conducted and sung in choirs and has been familiar with the stage throughout her life. She would love to share her passion of Italian music with you. From artists such as Andrea Boccelli, Gianni Morandi and many others, let your heart sing and for an hour be transported to ITALIA. Ciao!


143-22 MUSIC TO DANCE TO - David Sell

Starts 4 August, 1.30 - 2.30 pm, 5 Mondays, $20
Music has always been linked with dance. In this course we will learn about and listen to music that was composed to be danced to. Through many good examples on CD and DVD, the course will follow the nature and forms of dance music from the French courts of the seventeenth century, up to the great romantic and modern ballets, as well as the use of dance in opera and drama. David Sell is Adjunct Associate Professor of Music, and Director of the National Centre for Research in Music Education at the University of Canterbury. He has written extensively about music education and is a music reviewer for the Christchurch Press.


143-23 SINGING FOR PLEASURE - David OBeirne

Starts 31 July, 12 noon - 1 pm, 8 Thursdays, $37
Learn the basics of vocal production and sing a selection of different types of songs, both unison and two-part, if a balance of voices is available. David is deputy conductor of Schola Cantorum and a choral tutor for primary schools around the Canterbury region. He is a member of the NBR (National Business Review) New Zealand Opera chorus and appears regularly a s a soloist around Canterbury and New Zealand. A firm believer in the health and fitness benefits of singing well, David is firmly committed to helping all singers achieve their full potential.


143-24 UKULELE BEGINNERS - Kerry McCammon

Starts 11 August, 1 - 2.30 pm, 6 Mondays, $37
For students with some familiarity with the ukulele, (or having completed the Beginners Course). Moving on with more songs and covering various styles of music such as Folk, Latin, Dixie Blues, Swing, Jazz standards.


143-25 UKULELE BEGINNERS STAGE 2 - Kerry McCammon

Starts 11 August, 1 - 2.30 pm, 6 Mondays, $37
For students with some familiarity with the ukulele, (or having completed the Beginners course). Moving on with more songs and covering various styles of music such as Folk, Latin, Dixie Blues, Swing, Jazz standards.


NEW BRIGHTON COURSES

143-35 SIT AND BE FIT - Katrina McKenzie

Starts 28 July, 1 - 2 pm, 8 Mondays, $24, enrol at the WEA, held at St Faiths, 46 Hawke St
These exercise classes teach gentle movements, with low cardio stress. A little bit of brain gym is included and we try to incorporate some balance and breathing instruction. All people are screened for medications and should get doctors approval before starting. The classes are lots of fun as we sing along to the music, with a big focus on safety. Loose clothing and sensible supporting shoes are essential. The class is divided into mostly seated and a little standing, (though all exercises can be done sitting). Katrina has been a group fitness instructor for the past four years, mainly working with community based classes.


143-36 TAI CHI, QIGONG - Geraldine Parkes

Starts 21 July, 2.30 - 3.30 pm, 6 Mondays, $18, enrol at the WEA, held at St Faiths, 46 Hawke St
Tai Chi was developed from Qigong, which has always maintained the aim of health and well-being. Thousands of forms of Qigong have developed over the last 5000 years in China. Qigong uses easy-to-learn movements to guide the mind to draw in and replenish Qi. The movements increase flexibility, balance and co-ordination, the Qi heals and energises, and the whole activity brings deep relaxation and a calm and focussed mind. Hara refers to an area of power within the physical body that contains the tan tien - your core or centre of gravity. This is also a falls prevention programme. This is also a falls prevention programme. All welcome.


143-37 UKULELE BEGINNERS - Kerry McCammon

Starts 12 August, 1 - 2 pm, 6 Tuesdays, $19, enrol at the WEA, held at St Faiths, 46 Hawke St
Sing-a-long; learn to tune a ukulele; learn basic chords and strums; learn common patterns and songs. Some ukuleles supplied. Kerry McCammon has been teaching and performing for over 30 years. He has toured extensively throughout NZ, England and Japan as part of the Natural Magic Theatre Company. A qualified High School and ESOL teacher, Kerry has found the ukulele to be the ideal instrument to facilitate all kinds of group singing and celebration.


PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

143-26 THE SCIENCE AND ART OF HAPPINESS - Ron Tustin

Friday 1 August, 9 am - 4 pm, $30
This one day course is for people who want to build greater personal strength in their lives. It will introduce the foundations of positive psychology - gratitude, character strengths, optimism and hope, and meaning. Participants will be able to assess their own happiness and begin to identify the stepping stones that will assist in getting to where they wish to be. Ron is a professional coach and writes a regular column for www.grownups.co.nz


143-27 RETHINKING RETIREMENT - Ron Tustin

Saturday 2 August, 9 am - 4 pm, $30
A one day workshop for people for wish to make plans for the next stage in their lives, whether they are planning to retire or have already done so - planning for house and home needs, health needs, work (both paid and unpaid) options, networks and relationships, and achieving greater balance. This course will not include financial planning. Ron is a professional retirement coach and writes a regular column on retirement issues for www.grownups.co.nz


143-28 WILLPOWER - Cathie Edwards

Part 1: Starts 28 July, 7.30 - 9 pm, 4 Mondays, $24
Learn practical, evidence-based strategies to help you make progress towards your goals. Gain knowledge of how willpower works, so you can increase your willpower and make better use of what you have. The scientific research that this class is based on, has helped people with their willpower challenges in a diverse range of fields including stopping smoking, getting out of debt, improving family relationships, sticking to an exercise programme, and starting a business. Cathie is a professional life coach who works predominantly with clients on creating healthy lifestyles. She loves helping people reach their goals and is keen to spread the knowledge that has now been discovered about willpower.


143-29 WILLPOWER - Cathie Edwards

Part 2: Starts 25 August, 7.30 - 9 pm, 4 Mondays, $24
Learn practical, evidence-based strategies to help you make progress towards your goals. Gain knowledge of how willpower works, so you can increase your willpower and make better use of what you have. The scientific research that this class is based on, has helped people with their willpower challenges in a diverse range of fields including stopping smoking, getting out of debt, improving family relationships, sticking to an exercise programme, and starting a business. Cathie is a professional life coach who works predominantly with clients on creating healthy lifestyles. She loves helping people reach their goals and is keen to spread the knowledge that has now been discovered about willpower.


PHILOSOPHY

143-30 LIVING IN THE PRESENT: A ONE CHANCE LIFE - Rodney Routledge

Saturday 27 September, 10 am - 1 pm, gold coin donation
Many people today have no church or faith commitment, but remain very interested in the important questions of life, death and making sense of life in the present. They also believe that part of developing a full humanity is to work to make the world a more just and fair place. Such a perspective can be called secular humanism. It is based on the premise that all we have is the living of our own brief lives and we do not have immortal souls. We each have a one chance life. This is an invitation to attend an initial meeting with a view to forming a group that could meet regularly to share their views and insights from a secular humanist perspective.


143-31 ETHICS, MORALITY, GOOD AND EVIL - Michael Couch

Starts 13 August, 10 am - 1 pm, 5 Wednesdays, $60
What makes actions right or wrong? Are certain actions always right and wrong? If so, then why? And who should say so? Some argue that morality should come from religion, others from science, and yet others from rationality or just common sense. This course explores these ideas and more. Michael Couch is completing his PhD in the Philosophy of Education and has a background in History and Classical Studies. He has been tutoring since 2004.


RECREATION

143-32 FENCING, AN ANCIENT ART AND MODERN SPORT - Diane Swain

Starts 4 August, 1 - 2.30 pm, 6 Mondays, $55 (gear hire included in course fee)
Fencing is a sport that keeps the mind and body active. This course will introduce you to the three weapons - foil, epee and sabre - basic movements and rules. We will develop your ability to fence with a foil and take part in fencing bouts. All ages welcome. No experience expected. Please wear a Tee shirt, gym shoes and stretch or track pants, (no shorts or jeans). Bring a warm top and a glove for your fencing hand if possible. We will supply foils, masks, padding and training jackets. Diane Swain is a retired secondary teacher who has coached and fenced for
most of her life.


143-33 MAH JONG

Tuesdays, 10 am - 12 noon, $2 donation per session. This fun and challenging game continues every Tuesday. If you have your own set please bring it along, otherwise just come along and join a bunch of friendly people having fun. Beginners welcome.

THE WORLD

143-34 ARMCHAIR TRAVEL

Starts 31 July, 10.30 - 11.30 am, 8 Thursdays, $32
31 Jul A Week in Berlin - Jan Need
7 Aug Samoa and Vanuata - Allan Schroeder
14 Aug Otematata, Adelaide & Kangaroo Island - Richard Chandler
21 Aug Delhi to Rome - Tatjana Parsons
28 Aug Crossing the Canadian Rockies Via Rail - Zita Friese
4 Sep Some walks in Paris and a visit to Amiens, the centre of the WW1 Battle of the Somme, including the NZ memorial - Peter Cooper
11 Sep House-sitting in Moorea, Tahiti - Deborah Williams & David Minifie
18 Sep Immersed in Hungarian - Judith Varga


WEA CLUBS & BRANCHES

WEA FIELD CLUB

An established group to encourage outdoor activity and the enjoyment of natural history and the beauty of the countryside. Monthly trips on 3rd Saturday. Phone Marion, 384 1775.

WEA NORTH WEST BRANCH

Meets at St Margarets, 94 Farrington Avenue. Fridays 10-11.30 am. $4 per session. A variety of tutors speak on a wide range of topics.
25 Jul Healthy Directions - Cath King
1 Aug A Scientists Hobbies - Dennis Hills
8 Aug NZ Superannuation - Ken Stevens
15 Aug Adolescents for Special Times - Dr Olive Webb
22 Aug Mongolia Living - Bob & joanne Gumbrell
29 Aug Design for the Central City of Christchurch - Don Miskell
5 Sep Challenge of Leading, Funding & Profiling the CMRF - Kate Russell, Chief Executive CMRF
12 Sep Communicating with Teenagers - Dr Susan Bagshaw, Chairperson of Korowai Youth Wellbeing Trust

Contacts: Lesley - 359-8040 Jan - 351-9796

Term 4 commences 17 October 2014


WEA OUTDOOR PAINTING CLUB

Meets Saturday mornings at previously arranged painting
places. Programme displayed at WEA Centre or by mail.
Phone Judith 337 5235, Jeanie 381 8119.

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