Discovery: The Path to Lifelong Learning

Spring Semester 2019

Spring Semester of Discovery’s Path to Lifelong Learning Program: Henry Quinlan will start the Semester by offering us a "non fictional guide" to retirement. You will have an opportunity to examine some of the historical artifacts found as a result of the Greenbush dig conducted by the MBTA. Our favorite baseball team is back in town. James La Braico will explore the history, art and pop culture as it related to baseball.  We will be entranced by the story of the Wolf Child as told to us by Kristen Arute. Stephen Collins returns with a one-man play about Herman Melville.  Many other interesting and informative courses will be available. Registration takes place at the Hingham Senior Center, 224 Central Street, MA  781-741-1458. Join your friends and learn something new and interesting. 

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*How to Build Your Emotional Pension-Henry Quinlan


* The Battle for Our Better Angel- Andy Hertig


 * HIngham Archeology: 7000 Years of History-Martha  Bewick/ Carl Achille

*Baseball in the American Society-James La Braico

* Norma's Journey- Norma Sides

* Mary Shelley's Frankenstein- Stephanie Kelsch


Women of the Greatest Generation Speak-Fran Bogle


*Sailing Towards My Father-Stephen Collins

* Wolf Child -Kristen Arute

* A Life in Music Lost and Found- Betty Hauck

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Discovery Path to Lifelong Learning