Lawrence University’s Björklunden is excited to announce that there are openings in the 2008 fall seminar series. Lawrence University has sponsored a seminar series at Björklunden, a pristine 425-acre estate on the shore of Lake Michigan, since 1980. During the week, seminar participants stay in a modern 17,000-square foot "lodge" that retains the estate’s Norwegian heritage. (Commuters are welcome.)
Seminar classes, covering topics ranging from mushrooms, the ‘Beat’ Generation, knitting, and the 2008 presidential election meet weekday mornings and some evenings with remaining free-time open for exploration of the area’s many cultural and recreational opportunities, or simple relaxation at Björklunden’s meadows, woods, and mile-long, unspoiled Lake Michigan shoreline.
For complete course descriptions, fees, and registration information call 920.839.2216, write to: Björklunden Seminars, PO Box 10, Baileys Harbor, WI, 54202, email [email protected], or visit http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/bjork.
• Mushrooms, Ferns, Lichens, and Mosses: The World of Non-flowering Plants, Roy & Charlotte Lukes
• Superconductors: The “Beat” Generations, James Grine
• Sketching/painting the Portrait and Figure, Sandra Wagner ‘65
• Improve Your Bridge, Carolyn Kimbell
• Tippecanoe and Who? Looking Through the Lens of History/Seeing the 2008 Presidential Election, Charles B. Schudson
• The Nature of Door County, Don Quintenz (Elderhostel)
• Winter Warmers! Knitting Hats and Scarves, Liz Pfeifer
• Mysteries of the Middle Ages, Daniel J. Taylor ’63
• Dalmalning – Björklunden’s Swedish Accent, Christina Keune
• Watching Women Change Politics, Marjorie Meyers Graham