SCARSDALE, N.Y. – The Scarsdale Adult School announced the following changes and additions to its fall schedule.
Elizabeth Thompson Colleary will now host guided tours of the Whitney Museum of American Art on Thursday, Sept. 10 and Thursday, Oct. 8. Students must provide their own transportation and will meet at the High Line before the tour.
Lydia Hassan will be offering evening decoupage arts and crafts classes on Thursdays in the fall, starting Oct. 1.
Donald Gambino will lead new iDevice classes online: Apple Watch Basics: Tick Tock!, iPad Fundamentals; iPad, Beyond the Basics; iPhone Essentials: Say Hello!, and iPhone, Beyond the Basics.
Then Comes Marriage: A Conversation with Roberta Kaplan has been cancelled. Instead, the JCC will host a new course, Marriage Equality, LGBTQ Rights and Jewish Values, led by Rabbi David Schuck in conversation with Rabbi Deborah Waxman and Seth Marnin. The trio will talk about how LGBTQ civil rights movements impact religion and Jewish values.
Melissa Frazier's course on Rousseau, The Problem of Confessions, won't meet on Friday, Oct. 23 as scheduled, but will make up that session on Friday, Nov. 20.
Two more classes were added after the school printed the earlier version of its schedule online. Both classes are in collaboration with the school's Mamaroneck counterpart. The Sixth Extinction: A Book Discussion with Elizabeth Kolbert is set for Monday, Nov. 2, and Emilie Deutsch and Guests: Women in the Locker Room will be on Monday, Nov. 16.
The most up-to-date version of the schedule can be found online at scarsdaleadultschool.org.
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