Friday Classes

Classes with maximum limits are filled in the order they are received. You will be notified if a class you registered for is already full.

Guatemala: A Charming Country!

Ocie Kilgus
September 7 (FULL)

1 pm
Nicolet College
Northwoods Center, Room 209
Host: Brenda Peltier 715.365.4491 Cell 651.226.9700

Studying Spanish in Guatemala through Nicolet College is a great opportunity for everyone, including community members and LIR participants! Ocie Kilgus, World Languages/English instructor at Nicolet, will share stories and photos about the college’s most recent travel trip to Guatemala. Consider joining us so that you, too, can plan for this eye-opening and memorable educational experience! Maximum: 30

 

What We’re Reading Now: Non-fiction

Michael Shores September 14, 28
October 12, 26
November 9, 30
December 14 9:30 am

Oneida County Senior Center
Host: Michael Shores
715.360.5036

Join us for easy conversations across a variety of topics raised in the non-fiction works we have been reading. There is room for a few more readers, so consider joining us. Our selections have ranged from biography to science, to history, and to more current events. There are no reading assignments – just reading for pleasure. Maximum: 20

 

Ernie's Matinee Movies

Ernie Schluter
September 14, 21, 28 (FULL 9/14)
October 5, 12, 19, 26
November 2, 9, 16
12:30 - 3:30 pm
Nicolet College
Northwoods Center, Room 208
Host: Joan Schluter 715.282.6435

Come one, come all to the movies this fall, the cost is totally zero. A great price to see a Hollywood hero. You may see a musical, a mystery, or even an epic about history. Take in a double feature or two when you have nothing better to do. The doors open at noon. That’s all folks! Maximum: 30

 

American Indian Law in the Self-Determination Era

Michael Wacker
September 21
9:30 am

Nicolet College
Northwoods Center, Room 209
Host: Brenda Peltier
715.365.4491 Cell 651.226.9700

Michael Wacker, Forest County Potawatomi Tribal Attorney, will present a survey of shifting historical trends in American Indian legal history and the social implications of each. This will include a concentration on the foundations and development of the modern Self-Determination Era and the current legal underpinning of most tribal governments in America. Maximum: 30

If you are unable to access PDF documents on this page, please contact the Office of Compliance at mschur@nicoletcollege.edu or 715-365-4615.