Adventures in Learning

Due to Covid our classes are offered via Zoom only. We are hoping we can return to our regular schedule by February 2021. Thank you for your patience and understanding.   

Adventures in Learning is our cornerstone program at Shepherd's Center of Topeka (SCT) because we believe that we never stop learning. 

SCT offers 8 classes every Friday morning in February, April, August, and October. Participants may choose to attend two classes each Friday morning, and we have a break with refreshments between classes at 9:50 which are provided compliments of our community partner.

"Adventures in Learning" is a time for learning, socializing and catching up on what's happening at SCT.  You will have an opportunity to meet other members as well as learn more about our community partners. 

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October 2020 "Adventures in Learning" Classes Via Zoom Only - Due to Covid-19

Learning, Fellowship and Food
It doesn't get much better than this!

October 2 AiL 

9:00-9:50 am
A. Bishop Training Center - Wallace
B. Eye Disease - Dr. Genstler
10:00 Break
10:30-11:20 am
C. Thirty Days from Banff - Phillips
D. Aviation in Kansas - Stumpff

October 16 AiL

9:00-9:50 am
A. Stained Glass Creations - Holcomb
B. Dr. Karl Menninger - Luellen
10:00 Break
10:30-11:20

C. Senior Cyber Safety - Schawo
D. Murals & Paintings - Valdivia 

October 9 AiL

9:00-9:50 am
A. News and Views - McFarland
B. Kansas Wild Flowers - Smith
10:00 Break
10:30-11:20

C. The Politics of Jesus - McCollough
D. The Art of Woodcarving – Keil  

October 23 AiL

9:00-9:50 am
A. Presidential Gardens - Bragdon
B. PANT-Pet Assist Homeless- Cook
10:00 Break
10:30-11:20

C. Gettysburg - Jim Hanni
D. Aging in America - Michaelis 

"Adventures in Learning" Presentation Categories 

News and Views
Health
Religion
Community
Arts
People/Places
Library/Potpourri
Back by Popular Demand

"Adventures in Learning"  Sample Presentation Topics

Regenerative Medicine
Washburn Artists
Overcoming Abuse
Kansas Climate & Health
John Brown's Trial
The Primaries
Shawnee County Recycling
William Allen White