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To register for our classes, day trips and special events, members send in forms and payments to the ALL Office or click an online registration link to use a credit card for payment. Make payments to UW-Parkside-ALL and send to UW-Parkside-ALL 900 Wood Road P.O. Box 2000 Kenosha, WI 53141-2000. We are sorry that we are not able to make phone registrations.
Dr. David Bruce, Associate Professor of History, UW-Parkside, is returning to continue his story of World War II, this time, as it occurred in the Pacific. At the end of the First World War, Europeans believed they had crafted a peace that would last until the end of time. Yet, almost from the moment the treaty was signed, Europe was set on a dangerous path to an even greater conflict. The Second World War was one of the most destructive events in human history. By the time it had concluded, an estimated 70 million people would lose their lives, property damages would run in the billions, and the world would be changed forever. This mini-history course will examine several of the major issues and personalities that were involved in the war, including the conflicting nationalist goals, the technology used, and many of the key engagements that took place.
Tuesdays, March 20 and 27, 2018 | Details (pdf)
Peter Chiappori will examine the origins of ancient Egyptian temple architecture by exploring religious literature, creation myths, and symbolism. The discussion will give accounts from Egyptian sources regarding their belief system, descriptions of the physical universe, temple contruction rituals, and parallels with Judeo/Christian religious material. Many temples and early dynastic centers will be viewed, along with a diversity of chapels to the largest place of worship ever constructed by mankind, the Karnak Temple. The second discussion will examine the origins of ancient Egyptian pyramids with emphasis on the pinnacle of the perfected form, the Great Pyramid of Giza for King Khufu. These gigantic structures housed the remains of kings, but had elements of early and cosmic significance embedded in the architecture in order to achieve their place in eternity. We'll learn about the latest finds, including the oldest papyrus, an ancient port, Khufu's boat, the world's oldest ship and other construction features of Khufu's masterpiece.
Tuesdays, April 17 and 24, 2018 | Details (pdf)
Our favorite plant ecologist, Dr. Dave Rogers, will explore the recent history of agriculture that led to the "green revolution" which has produced both an unprecedented abundance of cheap food, but also significant declines in soil and water quality, biodiversity, human health and animal welfare. Sustainable agriculture seeks to retain the productivity benefits of the green revolution, but in a way that minimizes or reverses these negative impacts. Innovations in plant and animal breeding and farming techniques are on-going to meet the ever-increasing needs of the human population and the challenges imposed by global warming. We will discuss the challenges that innovators like Will Allen and his non-profit "Growing Power" face as they seek to demonstrate the economic viability of sustainable food production, particularly as consumer demand for "organic" and "sustainable" products increases and more competitors enter the marketplace.
Tuesdays May 1 & May 8, 2018 | Details (pdf)
Join Dr. Joy Mast, as she talks about the geology of our National Parks. Dr. Mast will highlight how parks are formed by tectonic activity, mountain building, glaciation, and erosion. The class will explore origins of geologic features in America's national parks, including Death Valley, Grand Canyon, Mount Rainier, Yosemite, Olympic, Great Smokey Mountains, U. S. Virgin Islands, Hawaii Volcanos, Rocky Mountain, Glacier, and Denali.
Dr. Matthew Zorn will focus on the formation of the Great Lakes, some history of the waxing and waning of these water bodies in his interactive presentation. He will take a look at Lake Michigan in a bit more depth. Geology, weather, climate, and vegetation are just some of the aspects of the lakes that will be examined.
Thursdays National Parks on June 14, 2018 and Great Lakes Basin on June 21, 2018 | Details in one pdf Members may click on this link to register online with a credit card only by June 1, 2018.
Patrick Frendreis returns for his second class with ALL members. In this class, he'll review methodologies such as computer modeling that scientists use to develop theories of atmospheric heating, the controversy over Anthropogenic Climate Change, and the role of the sun. He'll, also, explain what is known about the extent of past climate changes and causal factors. And finally, Patrick will examine what can realistically be done, if anything, about current atmospheric heating, and how much extra heating has taken place.
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 | Details (pdf) Members may click on this link to register online using a credit card only by June 29, 2018.
The Red Violin Composer John Corigliano in August
Elder Law in August
Let's Tackle the Mexican-American War in September
Horror Movies in October
Recycling and Plastics in November
(Registration is closed but you could find out more about the topic by clicking on the detail link.)
Ask the Judge - You Be the Judge July 9 &16, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Remembering the Ladies: Women in Early America August 31, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Two Classes on Work and Labor September 10 and 17, 2015 | Details (pdf)
China's Changing Middle Class: Population and Family Planning in China, Urbanization in China and Marriage in China October 2015 | Details (pdf)
Superheroes Then and Now November 3 and 10, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Fin de Siecle Vienna January 13 and 20, 2016 | Details (pdf)
Hand Building in Clay January 29 and February 5, 2016 | Details (pdf)
Love Poems of Every Hue February 10 and 17, 2016 | Details (pdf)
Hedda Gabler at UW-Parkside Classes and Play Classes on February 18 and 25, 2016 | Details (pdf)
The Queens of England March 3 and 10, 2016 | Details (pdf)
Ancient Greece: Real and Imagined March 16, 2016 | Details (pdf)
"The Government Inspector" (production at University of Wisconsin-Parkside)
Extraordinary Women of the French Revolution Details (pdf)
Medieval Musings On Matters Immortal: Live, Laugh & Learn Details (pdf)
From Composition to Performance with Gregory Berg Details (pdf)
Elections 2016 Details (pdf)
Women in the Workforce Details (pdf)
Let's Talk About Medicines Workshop Details (pdf)
Macbeth Details (pdf)
All About Genetics Details (Rev. Flyer) (pdf)
The World of Islam Details (pdf)
The European Union Details (pdf)
Tiny Ceramic Sculpture Class Details (pdf)
Dick Gregory & the Civil Rights Movement Details (pdf)
A Streetcar Named Desire Two Classes and a Play Details (pdf)
Carmen Opera Class Details (pdf)
Europe in World War II Details (pdf)
U.S. Trade Policy Details (pdf)
Making Optical Illusions Details (pdf)
Hitchcock's Film Classics Details (pdf)
Fascinating Rhythms: Ira Gershwin's Clever Word Play Details (pdf)
Superconductors, Superconducting Magnets & Their Applications
Alternative Courts In Wisconsin - Veterans' Court
The Lincoln Nobody Knows Details (pdf)
Do You Hear What I Hear? Details (pdf)
SPACE - To Infinity and Beyond Details (pdf)
The Birds & the Bees Details (pdf)
Alternative Courts In Wisconsin: Treatment Court Details (pdf)
How Great Artists Change the World Details (pdf)
Brain Health for the Over 50 Crowd Details (pdf)
Women War Workers in World War I: The Story of Helen Perry Details (pdf)
The Meaning of the Mosque & the Story of a Great Jeweled Carpet Details (pdf)
One Man, Two Guvnors (Class) Details (pdf)
Met Opera At the Movies - Details (pdf)
Introduction to the Native Tribes of Wisconsin, With an Overview of Environmental Concerns Related to Recent Mining Interests They Are Facing Details (pdf)
In the British seaside town of Brighton, things are looking up for Francis Henshall: he's been hired as a valet - by two different men! The only problem is that in order for Francis to get paid (and eat lunch) he has to keep his two guvnors from guessing what his is up to. This comedy by Richard Bean is one of the cleverest of the last decade, filled with satire, songs, slapstick, and glittering one-liners. We are attending the final matinee in the Main Stage Theater at UW-Parkside.
Sunday, March 11, 2018 | Details (pdf)
Join ALL members to see (and smell) the annual Art In Bloom event at the Milwaukee Art Museum as Spring comes alive with stunning art-inspired floral installations, set among three floors of Collection Galleries in the Saarinen and Kahler buildings, along with more features in the Quadracci Pavilion. Then we'll enjoy lunch at the Water Street Brewery, Milwaukee's first brew pub and downtown landmark since 1987.
Thursday, April 12, 2018 | Details (pdf)
Chosen as the best play of the year (2005) by over 10 newspapers and magazines, Doubt, by playwright John Patrick Shanley, is set in a Bronx Catholic school in 1964, where a strong-minded woman wrestles with conscience and uncertainty as she is faced with concerns about one of her male colleagues. This Pulitzer prize-winning play dramatizes issues straight from today's headlines within a world re-created with knowing detail and a judicious eye. We travel to the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre for the performance followed by an early dinner at Rodizio Grill, Brazilian Steakhouse. Thank you to an ALL member for the generous donation of a block of tickets for this performance.
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 | Details (pdf)
Jesus Christ, Superstar is a 1970 rock opera with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. The musical started as rock opera concept album before its Broadway debut in 1971. The musical is sung through, with no spoken dialogue. The story is loosely based on the Gospels' accounts of the last week of Jesus' life, beginning with the preparation for the arrival of Jesus and his disciples in Jerusalem and ending with the crucifixion. It depicts political and interpersonal struggles between Judas Iscariot and Jesus that are not present in the Bible. The rock opera was nominated for five Tony awards in 1972, and its many revivals have been consistently nominated for Best Revival of a Musical on Broadway and elsewhere. Some religious groups have condemned the musical as blasphemous. It was banned in South Africa and the Hungarian People's Republic.
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | Details (pdf)
Get on board with this exciting one-day trip to the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee where we'll enjoy a 45-minute private tour of the museum's collections. You'll have free time to explore on your own (with a discount at the gift shop) -- or have your picture taken astride a variety of motorcycles on display inside of the museum. Outside, if time allows, you will get an opportunity to really rev your engine and discover the true Harley Davidson experience as you learn to operate the gears on a stationary bike. Then it's on to the Lakefront Brewery for lunch and a brewery tour, including beer or soft drink tokens and a souvenir beer glass.
Thursday, July 19, 2018 | Details (pdf) Members click on this link to register online using a credit card only by June 27, 2018.
We will stay 2 nights in Baraboo, WI. Plans have been made to visit the Clown Hall of Fame, Al Ringling's mansion and theater, the International Crane Foundation and much more. Also being planned is a ride up to Warren, WI's cranberry marshes to see cranberries harvested and processed. Lunch follows at a cranberry museum with cranberry items on the menu. Read the schedule and menu details of this three-day trip in the flyer that is available now.
Tuesday-Thursday, October 9, 10, 11, 2018 | Details (pdf) All registrations for this trip must be made by check or cash and sent or delivered to the ALL Office by Friday, June 15. There are no credit card registrations accepted for this trip. A total of fifty-four (54) seats are available.
Trips in the Planning Stages
Ravinia July or August
Chicago Architecture Tour (repeat of popular past trip)
Visit real sets of Saturday Night Live and Second City in Chicago November
Tailgate with ALL at the Kenosha Kingfish Baseball Game July 7, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Music at Ravinia - All Russian Program July 23, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Music at Ravinia - Play It Again, Marvin! Sunday, July 26, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Northeast Wisconsin Road Trip! August 5 - August 7, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Explore the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois September 8, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Pullman Day Trip September 23, 2015 | Details (pdf)
How Many Chimneys? October 7, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Holiday Ballet trip to The Nutcracker Ballet December 12, 2015 | Details (pdf)
Tour of Racine, Wisconsin's Historic Masonic Center January 12, 2016 | Details (pdf)
Tours of Kenosha, Wisconsin's Water Treatment Plant and Kenosha News February 4, 2016 | Details (pdf)
"The Greeks - Agamemnon to Alexander the Great" at the Field Museum March 29, 2016 | Details (pdf)
Fallen Angels at the Milwaukee Chamber Theater | Details (pdf)
A Day at the Lyric Opera House (A Tour, Lunch, and "The King and I") | Details (pdf)
The Dancing Horses: A Day In Delavan, WI for Animal Lovers | Details (pdf)
Luncheon Boat Tour of Lake Geneva and Geneva Lake Museum | Details (pdf)
A Night to Remember at Ravinia | Details (pdf)
Bookworm Gardens and Kohler Arts Center Details (pdf)
Cider, Wine and History Details (pdf)
Christmas and Brazil (A Christmas Carol) Details (pdf)
Food, Food, Glorious Food! Details (pdf)
Winter Trip Close To Home Details (pdf)
Carmen at the Lyric Opera House Details (pdf)
Great Expectations at the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre Details (pdf)
Tulip Time Trip Details (pdf)
My Fair Lady at the Lyric Details (pdf)
And We're Off & Running: A Day at the Races Details (pdf)
Baha'i House of Worship and Chicago Botanic Garden Details (pdf)
I Love to Rhyme: A Tribute to Ira Gershwin
Fermilab Details (pdf)
"Reflections" at the Art Institute of Chicago Details (pdf)
View the Fall Colors from the East Troy (WI) Railroad Details (pdf)
Alternative Energy Outing Details (pdf)
Sanfilippo Christmas Performance Details (pdf)
Close to Home Visit to Racine Art Museum and Lunch at Olde Madrid Details (pdf)
Lectures are at 2:00 p.m. at the Cinema of UW-Parkside's Student Center in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Be sure to display your parking permit when you park in the Tallent Hall parking lot or the Student Center parking lot. Use the shuttle bus to take you close to the front door of the Student Center. The shuttle runs from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm when classes are in session. NOTE: If the shuttle is not running, park in the Student Center main lot.
Lecture Schedule for January - May 2018 in pdf
Lecture Schedule for July - December 2017 (pdf)
Lecture Schedule for January - June 2017 (pdf)
Lecture Schedule Fall 2016 (6-page pdf)
Lecture Schedule for January - June 2016 (4-page pdf)
Lecture Schedule for July - December 2015 (4-page pdf)
Complete Lecture Schedule for January - June 2015 (4-page pdf) (Jan. 22, 2015)
Full Lecture Schedule for July - December 2014 (4-page pdf)
Full Lecture Schedule for January - June 2014 (4-page pdf)
Join other ALL members for lunch at the Brickstone Grill (next to the Student Center Cinema) as they gather at about 12:45 pm for chatting and dining before the scheduled lectures. Remember to bring your ALL membership card to receive a discount at the Brickstone Grill checkout.
12:45 pm | Brickstone Grill in the Student Center (during the school year)
Dr. R. Krishna Sanka, M.D. of the Eye Center of Racine and Kenosha, will discuss the many diseases of the eyes and the available treatments for these diseases.
January 8, 2018 (Second Monday) | Student Center Cinema
Sally Berzinsky, M.S., R.D., C.D., of the Kenosha Medical Center Campus of Froedtert South, will review components of fitness and exercise over several decades of life, emphasizing exercise at 50 years and older.
January 22, 2018 (Fourth Monday) | Student Center Cinema
Craig Czerwinski, an Aeronautics Instructor at Gateway Technical College, will provide an overview of the drone industry to include: types of drones, uses of drones, technology, regulation and other current topics.
February 12, 2018 (Second Monday) | Student Center Cinema
Doug Dammann, Curator of the Kenosha Civil War Museum, will present a program on the histories and stories behind the artifacts on display at the Civil War Museum. Learn about the Upper MIdwest's involvement in the war through the images, artifacts, and stories collected by this one-of-a-kind museum.
February 19, 2018 | Student Center Cinema
Our presenter is Bruce Pepich, Executive Director and Curator of Collections of the Racine Art Museum and the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts. Home to the largest contemporary craft collection to be found in any US art museum, RAM and its Wustum Museum of Fine Arts campus unite to provide a wide-ranging education program for the people of southeast Wisconsin and beyond. Mr. Pepich will speak about the museums's birth and development over the last 15 years and the programs that are offered today.
March 5, 2018 | Student Center Cinema
The topic says it all. Jonathan Delagrave will describe the latest developments happening in Racine County. He was elected County Executive of Racine County in April 2015.
March 19, 2018 | Student Center Cinema
Dr. Jerald Mast, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science at Carthage College, joins us for this first lecture in April. Education and educators are facing increasing political scrutiny, questions, funding cuts and legislative constraints, and also the expectations of major private donors while being entrusted with educating and preparing young adults who are about to enter the world we have created for them. Now, we can learn to better understand the issues from the vantage point of an educator working here in southeastern Wisconsin.
April 2, 2018 | Student Center Cinema
Students have the opportunity to do real research work, with their professors, in a wonderful array of fields of study that range from the physical sciences to the humanities. During earlier years we have heard about how fungi operate, how a computer program could improve scheduling medical appointments at a correctional facility, how an immigrant farm workers program affected whole families in Mexico, what is involved in costume design and construction, and how diets impact the health of laboratory rats.
Students squeeze us in between the state and national presentations of their research projects and the reality of final exams. We are indeed fortunate to have these talented young people share their enthusiasm, their knowledge, and their precious time with us.
April 16, 2018 | Student Center Cinema
In discussing the "smart future," Dr. John Scalbeck, Professor of Geosciences at UW-Parkside, will present current and emerging strategies for sustainable business models and personal lifestyles for the 21st Century. One element of adopting a sustainable personal lifestyle is reflected in Dr. Skalbeck's decision to install solar panels on his home; he will describe his experience with this rapidly developing energy system.
May 7, 2018 | Student Center Cinema
Sam Wilson, State Director of AARP-Wisconsin, is the presenter for this lecture. Demographic changes have communities rethinking the future of their economic and community development strategies in both rural and urban areas. One of the frameworks being used in this reassessment process is called Livable Communities, which outlines ways that communities can become lifespan destinations for young professionals and older adults alike. AARP's Network of Age Friendly communities is part of this movement and this presentation is designed to give ALL members a firm understanding of what changes communities are undergoing to become more "livable" and "age-friendly" and how residents can be involved in planning their own community's future.
May 21, 2018 | Student Center Cinema
The Great Lakes Legislative Caucus: Working Together to Protect the Great Lakes July 6, 2015
Cherishing Wisconsin's Woods, Wildlife and Waters August 3, 2015
A Thoughtful Discussion About Memory and Brain Health August 17, 2015
Sustainability Is Our Future September 14, 2015
Climate Change Solutions In Wisconsin September 21, 2015
Cuba: So Close and So Far Away October 5, 2015
Road Scholar Adventures October 19, 2015
A Pictorial Tour of Major Cities in Poland: Gdansk, Warsaw, Krakow November 2, 2015
Higher Expectations for Racine County Youth November 16, 2015
Ten Days in Iraqi Kurdistan January 11, 2016
Flying with NASA: Operation Ice Bridge Collects Data in Greenland January 25, 2016
The Pike and Root River Watersheds: Ensuring a Healthy Great Lakes February 1, 2016
Most Doctors Recommend Camel Cigarettes (KRW Tri-county Tobacco-free Coalition) February 15, 2016
We Recruit Graduates - Chancellor Deborah Ford and The College of Arts and Humanities - Dean Lesley Walker March 7, 2016
Ecological Sustainability: What Is Happening In Racine and Kenosha? Dr. David Rhoads March 21, 2016
Jewish Museum Milwaukee April 4, 2016
"The Coming Makeover of American Politics" Mike McCabe, Founder and President of Blue Jeans Nation April 18, 2016
The Amazing Research Being Accomplished By University of Wisconsin - Parkside Students May 2, 2016
The Force Is Within Us (Bio-molecular Engineering) May 16, 2016
Newly Renovated Milwaukee Art Museum June 13, 2016
Racine Zoo July 11, 2016
The History of Habitat - Bringing People Together to Build Homes, Communities and Hope July 18, 2016
Current Legislative Issues of Importance to Kenosha and Racine - A Panel Presentation August 1, 2016
"Grid Talk" August 15, 2016
The Fascinating Human and Physical Geography of Wisconsin September 19, 2016
The League of Women Voters -- 96 Years Young! September 26, 2016
The App Factory At UW-Parkside and App Development October 3, 2016
The Shakespeare Prison Project October 17, 2016
Failure at the Faucet: The Wisconsin Center For Investigative Journalism's Look At the State's Drinking Water Quality November 7, 2016
Good Things Are Happening! November 21, 2016
Issues and Decisions Concerning the End of Life January 9, 2017
The 2016 Presidential Election: What Happened and Why, and Where Do We Go From Here?" January 23, 2017
Pokemon GO: More Than Just an App February 13, 2017
C.O.P. Houses, School Security, and Other Initiatives Providing Proactive Law Enforcement for a Diverse, Mid-sized American City February 20, 2017 FBI 101 March 6, 2017
Infragard Wisconsin Membership Alliance, Protecting Wisconsin March 20, 2017
Nature's Classroom: Using UW-Parkside's Outdoor Labs to Infuse Leopold's Land Ethic Into the Curriculum April 3, 2017
Gender Beyond the Binary April 17, 2017
"Be. Real. Amazing." Parkside Students' Research Projects May 1, 2017
A Lost World Found: Texas in the Mid-Cretaceous May 15, 2017
American Band Music: 1900 - Today July 10, 2017
The Journey of Haisan Williams July 17, 2017
Nutrition and Aging August 7, 2017
The Myth of the Romas August 21, 2017
"The Kid Who Climbed the Tarzan Tree" Racine's Taylor Orphan Asylum: Reflections On a Life Brought to Life By a 1940's Children's Home September 25, 2017
Gastrointestinal Health and Diseases October 2, 2017
Judging Jesus: World Religions' Answers to 'Who Do They Say That I Am?' October 16, 2017
Discover Our Haiti November 6, 2017
Ethiopia November 20, 2017
Join the ALL symphony goers and enjoy hearing the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra at six morning concerts next season. The bus leaves the Tallent Hall pick-up point at 8:30 am. and Roma Lodge in Racine at about 8:45 am. We leave early enough to have coffee at the theater, then enjoy a pre-concert lecture or spotlight presentation before the concert. We don't stop for lunch. Bring a bag lunch for the ride home or wait till we return. Transportation is by school bus. Various plans are available for seat locations. Ticket packages may be shared. A single-concert call list is available as well. A minimum of 26 people are needed to participate. See the corrected information on the ALL flyer.
Concert Dates for 2017-2018 are:
The 2017-2018 Met Opera at the Movies class starts on October 6, 2017. Attend five classes between October 2017 and April 2018 led by our instructor, Gregory Berg. Mr. Berg talks about two operas at each class and then students go to movie theaters showing the live opera performances that were discussed. The classes are great, even if you are not able to attend all of the movie theater performances. This year we are trying out a new location for our classes on campus. We will be meeting in a RITA/COM ARTS room. Look for CART 131. The classes meet on:
A special opportunity has opened up for this series of classes. Due to a room change for the last two classes, we are able to open registration for one or both classes scheduled for March 2nd and April 13th. To see the flyer for these sampler classes, click on this Details (pdf) link. Members may click on this link to register online with a credit card only by February 27, 2018.
Met Opera Live at the Movies series of classes for the 2016-2017 Season Details (pdf)
Registration is now open for this year's Week of Learning as we spend "5 Memorable Days in the United Kingdom". We spend four days on the UW-Parkside campus hearing a variety of speakers talking about various countries, covering a wide variety of subjects, and sampling lunches with familiar and not-so-familiar names. To read the daily schedule, see the menus and learn the cost, see the flyer in pdf format.
June 4-8, 2018 | Details (pdf) Members may click on this link to register online using a credit card only by May 18, 2018.
Enjoy socializing with fellow ALL members, find out what focus groups do, enjoy great food, participate in a short meeting to keep up with the work of the group and enjoy entertainment. All of that happens in the University Ballroom in the Student Center.
Campus parking permits must be purchased using cash or check from the ALL Office, not from Campus Police. This permit is displayed on the rear view mirror of your car when on campus for ALL business. If ordered in time, passes may be picked up during registration at the Annual Luncheon on June 18, 2018, otherwise the pass will be mailed. Cost has not been announced yet. Note: If permits are needed for the current 2017-2018 year, contact the ALL Office to purchase. Office phone number is 262-595-2793.
We return to lovely Pritchard Park in Racine to enjoy food, games, a hike and conversation. There will be no same-day walk-ins for the event to ensure the proper amount of food is ordered.
Join us for a delicious luncheon early in December. We are visiting a new location this year, The Covenant at Murray Mansion in Racine. After eating a delicious lunch and socializing with friends, old and new, we will travel back in time to the traditions of yesteryear. Rochelle Pennington brings back memories of "An Old-fashioned Christmas" and shares some of her Christmas antiques with us. One of those early events to get you in the holiday mood. We know "Yule" enjoy it.
Monday, December 4, 2017 | Details (pdf)
Take a look at the 2015 YourU courses catalog.
Find out how the University of Wisconsin - Parkside engages within the community.
ALL members are invited to explore the wide variety of entertainment possibilities offered on the UW-Parkside campus.Visit The Rita website for the current highlighted event(s).
Follow this link for information about the Road Scholar Institute Network and its link to UW-Parkside's Adventures in Lifelong Learning. The organization offers learning-through-travel experiences for participants. www.roadscholar.org/rsin