Headwaters Center for Lifelong Learning has released its schedule for the fall 2014 series.
All programs are at the Northwoods Bank, Park Rapids, community room from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays. Programs are presented free of charge and are open to the public.
Sept. 2: “The Civil Rights Movement and the Songs that they Sang.” Janice Haworth, Associate Professor of Music, Bemidji State University, combines history and music to recreate this tumultuous era of recent history.
Sept. 9: “The Life of Sacajawea.” Historian Mike Hansen fills in details and stories about the life of this important historical figure.
Sept. 16: “Water Quality Issues.” Darrin Hoverson of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources describes challenges and solutions to problems facing our area water resources.
Sept. 23: “Rewriting the Rural Narrative.” Researcher and scholar Ben Winchester will delve into trends affecting rural Minnesota.
Sept. 30: “Exercise for Seniors.” Missy Lindow, of CHI St. Joseph’s Health, will provide engaging and practical information about why and how to incorporate exercise into a regular routine.
Oct. 7: “Poachers/Poachers Caught.” Retired game warden Tom Chapin draws on decades of experience to tell fascinating real-life stories of confronting various kinds of would-be cheaters.
Oct. 14: “Is There Anything New While Growing Old?” Consultant and retired Methodist pastor Duane Grage examines strategies and viewpoints related to aging.
Oct. 21: “Minnesota’s Lost Towns.” Author Rhonda Fochs shares excerpts and information from her newly-published book.
Oct. 28: “Travels to Bhutan.” Professional photographer and world traveler Cal Rice shares photos and experiences from his recent trip.
For additional details, contact Marty Leistikow at 218-699-3527 or firstname.lastname@example.org.