Community Classroom

This pandemic has posed challenges for us all. Our class schedule will be more fluid than in the past as we are working with our instructors to bring you quality classes. 

All classes for the time being will be virtual through the magic of Zoom.  

We are all learning together and together we will get through this. Keep
checking this website and make sure your subscribe to our newsletter. It will keep you updated on all we have to offer.

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Enjoy the stimulating atmosphere of an old-time salon with twist of technology held by an inspiring host with the purpose educating and entertaining. During these dark and dreary winter months when we are all stuck inside, join us for some conversation and inspiration.

We are only taking registrations for the Salons that are in blue right now. We will be updating regularly. Check back soon. 

Marzia Caporale, Ph.D.
Topic: Are women still “the second sex”? Feminism and its Challenges in the 21st Century 

Date: Sunday, January 17 at 6:30 PM

William Rowe, Ph.D.,
Topic:Understanding Boredom
Date: Sunday, January 24 at 6:30 PM

Kevin Creegan, Ph.D.,
Topic: The Meaning of Life

Date: Sunday, February 7 at 6:30 PM

Janice Voltzow, Ph.D. and Ned Fetcher, Ph.D.
Topic: Climate Change on the Arctic and in the Tropics

Date: Sunday, February 21 at 6:30 PM

Rev. Bill Carter
Topic:“Am I a Racist? Understanding Implicit Bias.”

Date: Sunday, February 28 at 6:30 PM

Hal Baillie, Ph.D.
The Future of Rights

Date: Sunday, March 7 at 6:30 PM


Many Thanks to Our Patrons
Hal & Paula Baillie    Dorrance R. & Susan S. Belin
Joe Dippre & Graeme Baillie
The First Lieutenant Michael J. Cleary Memorial Fund
of The Luzerne Foundation
Bill & Grace Farrell     Forensic Associates of NEPA,LLC
Patrick J. & Kristie McMahon    Jean & Gene Stark

Emily & Lee Rancier     The Waters Family