Food for Thought 

Do you have an appetite for learning, friendship - and lunch? Then join us for a unique and exciting program with dynamic instructors, specialists in their fields. Each two-week course offers a combination of exciting lectures, course interaction and an opportunity to socialize with classmates over lunch. Food for Thought is your opportunity to expand your mind and circle of friends. Light lunch is included.

Note: If you prefer a vegetarian lunch, call 216-987-2274.
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Course Offerings

Making Sense of the Five Senses
Judge for yourself whether humans really have the most highly developed and adaptive senses in the animal kingdom. Discover how the five senses are structured and how they work, as well as how they differ from other animals. Are humans really the most developed? Or are they the most adaptive because they compensate for a weakened sense?
Instructor: Suzanne Rusnak, M.Ed., Instructor of Biology

Fee: $42
When: September 24- October 1, 2014: Wednesdays
            11:00AM- 2PM

From Sea to Shining Sea
Uncover America's history through the stories of unique people, places and events. Rekindle an existing love or acquire a new one for our 50 states and the American Spirit. Be enriched and entertained when you join us for an exciting historical storytelling experience.
Instructor: Bette Lou Higgins, M.Ed., Educator, Writer

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Fee: $42
When: October 8- October 15, 2014: Wednesdays
            11:00AM- 2PM

America's First Ladies and Their Husbands: Who Wore the Pants in the Family?
Discover some of America's most interesting and inspiring women: the wives of  U.S. presidents. From Martha to Mamie and Jackie to Michelle. Learn how they not only supported their husbands, but also had successful causes of their own. Decide which First Ladies were virtual co-presidents! Who wore the pants in the family?
Instructor: Pamela Belknap, M.A., Speaker,Teacher, Leader

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Fee: $42
When: November 5- November 12, 2014: Wednesdays
            11:00AM- 2PM

Ohio's Exciting Wildlife and More
Enrich your knowledge of Ohio's natural world - from animals to state symbols to the beautiful seasonal moons that have influenced our residents throughout the centuries. Discover why the world of nature is important to Ohio and its heritage. Join our certified naturalist as you broaden your understanding of our non-human inhabitants and the critical value they add to our environment & economy.
Instructor: Chuck Jakubchak, M.A., Author, Certified Naturalist, Lecturer

CRN: #40999
Fee: $42
When: October 22- October 29, 2014: Wednesdays
            11:00AM- 2PM

CRN: #40999 • Wednesdays, 10/22 and 10/29/2014 • 11am – 2pm • Fee: $42.00

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