Some instructors wish to expand on the brief class description offered in the newsletter. We will provide links to those descriptions on the website. We will start this term, with a link to additional information on:
Marie Gery – The Fiction of Marietta Holley Fiction of Marietta Holley
Barbara Evans – Frank Lloyd Wright in Mason City, IA FLWright in Mason City
We hope you’ll be able to open and enjoy this newsletter. You can use the toolbar below to enlarge, shrink, and scroll through it. You can also downoad and print it here. Downloadable newsletter, July, 2013 Ed
Click on this link for a downloadable copy of the form. Registration Form Fall 2013
Fall 2013 Class Schedule Use this link to view current registrations.
The first week of classes is complete. Withdrawals can be made before the second class session.
As of Monday, September 16, there are 201 registrations.
CVEC and Carleton College are pleased to offer the 2nd Annual Northfield Film festival. We will feature four Hitchcock films at the Weitz Center Cinema, Union and 3rd Streets, beginning Tuesday, July 9 at 7:30 PM.
The first movie will be Vertigo, with James Stewart and Kim Novak. The others are Shadow of a Doubt, July 16; North by Northwest, July 23; and Psycho, July 30. These movies are free to the public.
A seminar will be led the morning after each movie by local faculty, 9:30-11:30, and you can register for this for $25 at the Senior Center beginning Monday, June 17. These seminars are also at the Weitz Center Cinema. The first seminar will be led by Carol Donelan, Chair of Cinema and Media Studies, Carleton. The second will be led by Eric Nelson; the third by Jim Holden; and the fourth by Pierre Hecker.
We know you’ll enjoy these movies, and many of you will want to share in the discussions the following mornings as well. Ed
Here is a link to a downloadable registration form. Registration Form Summer 2013 Film Fest
July 9 seminar Registration totals: 35
The annual Northfield trip to the Festival to attend Twelfth Night takes place on Wednesday, July 10, 2013. The trip includes the bus ride, lunch, dinner with the actors and prime seats for the 1:00 p. m. matinee. The cost is only $85. This performance by the company – which we have enjoyed in past years—includes nationally selected equity actors. The Great River Shakespeare Festival is recognized nationally as one of the great Shakespeare Theatres in the country. The trip is sponsored by the Northfield Senior Center and the Cannon Valley Elder Collegium.
You may register for the trip to hold your place on the bus by going to the main desk at the Northfield Senior Center.
See below for further details.