AARP Smart Driver Course (Group A) [S-18-1]
AARP Smart Driver Course (Group B) [S-18-2]
Allegories and Animal Farm [S-18-3]
Course Update: At the presenter's request, the day/date and the location has changed for "Allegories and Animal Farm." Classes will be on Thursdays - 4/5, 4/12, 4/19 in Maxcy 104 at SUNY Potsdam.
American Predators: Wolves, Coy Wolves, Cougars and Jaguars [S-18-4]
Anchorage to Nome by Dog Sled [S-18-5]
Art for Beginners [S-18-6]
Course Update: Participants: Please check the "Art for Beginners" course page to find out what supplies you need to purchase and bring to class.
Beginning Tai-Chi and Qigong [S-18-7]
Birds of Northern New York [S-18-8]
Course Update: Links for "Birds of Northern New York" have been posted! Info on the field trip will be discussed in class.
Bringing Nature Home - This Spring! [S-18-9]
Canada in World War II [S-18-10]
Cards By You (Group A) [S-18-11]
Cards By You (Group B) [S-18-12]
Celebrating the Centenary of Flu Vaccine [S-18-13]
Chemistry for Survival and National Security [S-18-14]
Collecting Adirondack Rare Books [S-18-15]
Comic Book Writer and Illustrator: Sam Glanzman [S-18-16]
Continuing Tai-Chi and Qigong [S-18-17]
Creating a Net-Zero Solar Home [S-18-18]
Culinary Chemistry: Basic Concepts to Make You a Better Cook? [S-18-19]
Current Events [S-18-20]
Decluttering Tune-Up [S-18-21]
Defining Successful Aging: An Elusive Concept [S-18-22]
Double Crosser: My Life on the Run [S-18-23]
Drawing for Everyone [S-18-24]
Duplicate Bridge For Fun: Intermediate Level [S-18-25]
Exploring Our National Parks – Cave Resources [S-18-26]
Course Update: To accommodate more people, the room for "Exploring Our National Parks..." was changed to Brown 122 (Bloomer Auditorium at SLU)-just across the hallway from the original room.
Fitness for Optimal Aging [S-18-27]
Folk Songs [S-18-28]
Getting The Blues: Understanding Southern Culture via Delta Blues Music [S-18-29]
Great Year for Mars! [S-18-30]
Herkimer Diamonds, Everywhere! [S-18-31]
Let’s Make Sauerkraut and Kimchi! [S-18-32]
Course Update: The class "Let's Make Sauerkraut..." has been postponed. It will be rescheduled...stay tuned!
Lewis and Clark Expedition (Part 2) [S-18-33]
Line Dancing for Beginners [S-18-34]
Mah Jongg [S-18-35]
Manners Matter [S-18-36]
Modeling and Simulation with Computers [S-18-37]
Moon, Mars and More [S-18-38]
Mountain Biking For Seniors [S-18-39]
Musical Petting Zoo [S-18-40]
Native Peoples of Northern America: the Haudenosaunee of New York [S-18-41]
Course Update: In order to accommodate more participants, the "Native Peoples..." class has been moved to Maxcy 104 (same day and same time).
North Country Authors VII [S-18-42]
Punch Drunk and Dementia: A Modern History of Concussion, 1870-2012 [S-18-43]
Red Sandstone Trail at Hannawa Falls [S-18-44]
Red Sandstone Trail at Sugar Island [S-18-45]
Stress Reduction [S-18-46]
Tai-Chi - Short Form [S-18-47]
TAUNY's North Country Folk Instrument Project [S-18-48]
Unlocking the Secrets of Stonehenge [S-18-49]
Vicarious Voyagers XXII [S-18-50]
Watercolor/Mixed Media Art Workshop: Intermediate Level [S-18-51]
Course Update: For Day 1 of "Watercolor/Mixed Media..." please bring a basic watercolor set, large watercolor paper, and brushes. (SUNY Potsdam student instructor, Karin Champion, will announce the list of other needed items in class on day 1.) Also there is a start time change to 1:30 for this class.
Weaving Healing Wisdom [S-18-52]
What Makes a Memory? [S-18-53]
What the Heck is Reiki? [S-18-54]
World War II - Homefront Memories [S-18-55]
You Too Can Play the Harmonica [S-18-56]
Course Update: "You Too Can Play the Harmonica" was canceled 3/14 due to the weather. Class days are: 3/21, 3/28, (NOTE: NO CLASS on 4/4!), 4/11, and 4/18 (same place: SLCHA: Silas Wright House, and same time 1:00-2:30).
YOUR Favorite Poems [S-18-57]