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What Were We Thinking? Staging the Sixties

UNK Ockinga Center 2505 20th Ave., Kearney

A nation’s theater is quite possibly the first register of its current concerns. If journalism is the first draft of history, then stage and film are the first draft of how we are digesting our own history and where that is leading us. In this Senior College class, we will view three plays in their […]

$35

Global Climate Change

UNK Ockinga Center 2505 20th Ave., Kearney

Climate Change: Science, Impact, And Opinion: This Senior College class will inform participants on the essential science of climate, how climate can change, what the impacts of that change can/will be and the national and global discussions on climate change.

$35

The Sixties

UNK Ockinga Center 2505 20th Ave., Kearney

Learn stuff, gain some insight. This Senior College class will be 12 hours of structured discussion about the historically “long” Sixties, 1960-1973. Themes will include Vietnam, Immigration and the Chicano Movement, American Indian Movement, Environmentalism, and the Civil Rights Movement.

$35

Remember the 60’s? Where Were You When…..?

UNK Ockinga Center 2505 20th Ave., Kearney

This one-session class is a ”preview” for a Senior College class - also titled “The Sixties” - that will be presented in the coming Spring Semester. Join us for this “appetizer” and come back for the full 6-course meal starting in March.

The US Constitution at the Intersection of Church and State

UNK Ockinga Center 2505 20th Ave., Kearney

Should Americans pledge to be “one nation, under God”? Must governments accommodate religious believers whose faiths lead them to smoke peyote, refuse to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple? In short, how do we navigate the intersection of religion and politics? This course will explore these issues and more by examining the religion […]

The US Constitution at the Intersection of Church and State

UNK Ockinga Center 2505 20th Ave., Kearney

Should Americans pledge to be “one nation, under God”? Must governments accommodate religious believers whose faiths lead them to smoke peyote, refuse to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple? In short, how do we navigate the intersection of religion and politics? This course will explore these issues and more by examining the religion […]

Storytelling Festival: Winter Tales

UNK Ockinga Center 2505 20th Ave., Kearney

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 Workshop for Adults with Donna Washington UNK - Ockinga Center 12:30pm-2:30pm FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 Storytelling for Pre-School Children with Sherry Crow Kearney Public Library 10:00am FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 Stories for Seniors with Antonio Rocha Peterson Senior Activity Center, Yanney Park 12:45pm SATURDAY, JANUARY 20 Stories for Families with Antonia Rocha and Donna […]

Storytelling Festival: Winter Tales

UNK Ockinga Center 2505 20th Ave., Kearney

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17 Workshop for Adults with Antonio Rocha UNK - Ockinga Center 9:00am-11:00am THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 Workshop for Adults with Donna Washington UNK - Ockinga Center 12:30pm-2:30pm FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 Storytelling for Pre-School Children with Sherry Crow Kearney Public Library 10:00am FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 Stories for Seniors with Antonio Rocha Peterson Senior Activity Center, […]