From June 26 to July 1, Lawrence University’s Björklunden is offering the seminar “Discovering Nature’s Songs II” with David Stokes and Ken Lonnquist.
Hiking and exploring with Stokes, participants will collect memories, examine live animals, and get a close-up encounter with the nature of Björklunden. Participants will then create and perform songs inspired by their trek with singer-songwriter Ken Lonnquist. To learn more about Stokes and Lonnquist visit their websites at http://www.dwstokes.com and http://www.kenland.com.
Bjorklunden will offer many more seminars throughout the summer season: June 12 – 17: “New Birding Hotspots in Door” with Don Quintenz and “Pride & Prejudice (but no zombies)” with Tim Spurgin; June 19 – 24: “The End of the World: Geological Perspectives on Natural (and unnatural) Disasters” with Marcia Bjornerud; August 14 – 19: “The Unites States in the Modern Era, 1968-1980” with Tim Crain, “History through the Lens of French Cinema” with Eilene Hoft-March and Judy Sarnecki, and “Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin: Poem, Novel, Opera” with Peter Thomas; August 28 – September 2: “Music in the American Musical: The Golden Age (Part I)” with Allen Bonde, “Murder Afoot: Classic Movies Featuring Great Detectives, Memorable Villains & Elegant Solutions” with Jack Rhodes, and “Contemporary Cuban Society: What Can the U.S. Learn from the Cuban Experience?” with Richard Campagna.
Seminar classes meet weekday mornings and some evenings at Björklunden’s lodge, just south of Baileys Harbor. Each seminar includes meals prepared by Björklunden’s resident chef.
For complete course descriptions, fees, and registration dates call 920.839.2216 or visit http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/bjork.