CALL: Adult Continuing Ed Program
Chatham Adult Lifeworks Learning (CALL)
Chatham Adult Lifeworks Learning (CALL) is our continuing education program for adults. Courses are offered in art, music, history, and current events; all courses taught by subject specialists. In order to ensure the highest quality presenters, the Library may collect a fee for each course, though some lecture series are be free. Stop in or CALL us for more information!
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Drawing Objects from Nature with Peggy Dressel
Fridays, April 5, 12 & 26; May 3 – 12 to 1 pm
Peggy Dressel, a graduate of Pratt Institute and an instructor at the Ridgewood Art Institute and the Art Center of Northern New Jersey, will offer a four-week class on drawing objects from nature for adults. Students will be required to bring a fine art pencil set or a few different soft pencils such as HB, 2B, 4B, 6B, and 8B; a white drawing paper pad 11” x 14” or larger; and erasers – kneaded or Staedtler Mars (plastic).
Class is limited to 15 students
Tuesday, April 9 – 1 pm
Eugene Lieber, former Associate Professor of History at Essex County College, will present a lecture on the two sides of the Brexit issue in Britain and its ramifications for the nation. His discussion will on focus on an unbiased look at Brexit, one year later: who is for it, and who is against it. His lecture will also concentrate on the significance of Brexit as part of a growing tide in Europe and how it relates to the United States.
Eugene Lieber is a professor emeritus of history at Essex County College, where he taught for 39 years. For over two decades he has also lectured to various groups on a wide variety of topics, covering the world and the United States, ancient, modern, and the present. Now retired, he continues a community lecture schedule with a strong following.