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Upcoming events

    • Mon, November 14, 2022
    • Mon, December 12, 2022
    • 5 sessions
    • NCMC Borra Learning Center - Room 70
    • 0
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    An Interactive Introduction

    Have you been curious to explore Tarot but aren’t sure where to start? Or tried Tarot and found the number and variety of cards a bit off-putting? Designed for folks newer to card reading, please join us for a series of five interactive, applied workshops on the fundamentals of Tarot interpretation. No prior familiarity with Tarot is needed; all you need are a deck and desire to see how the cards can help you explore self-discovery, creativity, and personal growth. Topics explored include thematic interpretations of the Major and Minor Arcana; working with standard and variant images; storytelling fundamentals; and practical considerations. The workshops are experiential, with plenty of activities to help you start using Tarot as an interpretive tool. While the workshops cover basic interpretive principles, comfort comes with practice. For this, optional resources and activities are also offered to help as you independently practice and refine your skills.

    Cancellations are non-refundable within 24 hours of this event.

    NOTE: You will need access to a Tarot deck for these workshops. Please feel free to bring a deck you have; if you need to acquire one, Poetess and Stranger (Petoskey) has a variety of great options.


    Sara Glasgow, Ph.D., Dean of Liberal Arts, NCMC
    Sara has been practicing and sharing her love of Tarot for over thirty years and Norse runes for fifteen years. Through workshops and consultations, she aims to raise awareness of the diverse ways that these systems nurture creativity, meditation, and personal empowerment. She is also a teacher, scholar, and administrator, and has served as the Dean of Liberal Arts at North Central Michigan College since 2014.


    Melissa Schmoldt
    Melissa has been studying Tarot for over three years. She has carried an interest in astrology and divination for most of her adult life. After a friend gifted her first tarot deck, cultivating her curiosity in the medium, she studied and learned, making it a daily practice. Her other background is accounting, which she has been doing for over twenty years.

    • Fri, November 18, 2022
    • Thu, December 08, 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • Online
    Registration is closed

    In partnership with:

    Friday, November 18 - The Fire of Frederick Douglass. Frederick Douglass was a visionary—a prophet who could see a better future that lay just beyond reach. His talents were nothing short of extraordinary, and he put his exceptional gifts to use in the service of freedom, driving American slavery into the grave. In this talk, Dr. Bell will explore this many-sided man’s life, family, and career, and consider his impact upon our modern struggle to advance the cause of black freedom in the United States.

    Thursday, December 8 - The Crown Jewels: The British Caribbean & the American Revolution. In 1775, the British Empire in the New World consisted not of thirteen colonies, but of almost thirty. The largest were on the mainland, but the most valuable were in the Caribbean, and Jamaica was the ‘jewel in the Crown,’ a sugar-exporting factory that generated more wealth for Britons than most mainland colonies combined. In this lecture, historian Richard Bell explores how fearful imperial officials worked to split their empire in half, insulating the British West Indies from the contagion of revolution by any means possible. 

     

    Richard Bell, Ph.D. is a professor of history at the University of Maryland. He has won more than a dozen teaching awards, including the Regents Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching. He serves as a trustee of the Maryland Historical Society and as a fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He is the author of the award winning book, Stolen.

    Cancellations are non-refundable within 48 hours of this event.

    • Tue, November 22, 2022
    • Tue, December 13, 2022
    • 4 sessions
    • Online
    Registration is closed

    In partnership with:


    “Invisible”? Joyce CarolOates born 1936 in rural New York, writer of a hundred novels and many short stories, won prizes galore including the National Book Award. She kept a low public profile, wanting the attention directed to her writings which examine family life, social evils, life’s struggles, survival, childhood and adult violence, poignant places and teaching in Detroit.



     

    Anne Horvitz, J.D. received her Masters from Harvard and her J.D. from Cooley Law School

    Cancellations are non-refundable within 48 hours of this event.

    • Tue, November 22, 2022
    • Tue, December 13, 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • Online
    Registration is closed

    In partnership with:

    November 22 - Crypto Currency: This talk will provide a glimpse into the world of cryptocurrencies and “FinTech.” Bitcoin is the earliest and largest crypto currency, and the speaker will describe how it came to be, what it is and what its broader implications might be. The innovations underlying Bitcoin have shaken up the world of finance and raise important public policy questions such as: 1) Why do we need (or want) cryptocurrencies? 2) Do we want Facebook to run our payment system and 3) What role does or should government regulation and the Fed have in the evolving world of cryptocurrency and online finance? 

    December 13 - Gender Wage Gap: Talk of a gender wage gap has been ubiquitous for quite some time now. The median earnings of women in 2021 were about 83% that of men. This presentation looks deeper behind what that number means and what it masks. We look at the trends in relative earnings of men and women over the past few decades, and study various hypotheses put forth in the economic literature to explain the relationship evidenced. Lastly, we discuss a few areas where work might be needed to further bridge the gap in averag

     

    Jon Haveman is the Executive Director of the National Economic Education Delegation (NEED). He is a noted California economist where he has been practicing since 2001. He has been Senior Economist with the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, and an Economist with the Federal Trade Commission. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan. 

    Cancellations are non-refundable within 48 hours of this event.

    • Wed, November 30, 2022
    • Wed, December 14, 2022
    • 3 sessions
    • Online
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    In partnership with:

    This course explores the social and cultural life of England from 1830 to 1900, from Buckingham Palace to the slums of London’s East End. What did it mean to be “Victorian,” and why are we still fascinated by this time period? How did the Queen modernize the monarchy while balancing marriage and motherhood? What was the truth behind “Home Sweet Home and how did Parliament address the downside of industrial progress, from child labor to workhouses? How did “scientific” entertainments from mesmerism to freak shows teach Victorians about empire, class, and race? Lastly, we’ll meet New Women and “inverts” and criminals like Jack the Ripper who served as warnings about the nation’s place in the world as the 19th century came to a close.

     

    Julie Taddeo, Ph.D. is a professor of history at the University of Maryland focusing on British History. Some of her talks have been on British Royal scandals and the rise of the media, since the Georgian era; Victorian scandal and crime; the Queen’s Jubilee in context; Life on the homefront in England in WWII; and she uses popular period dramas like Downton Abbey, Poldark, and Bridgerton to discuss the larger social/political/cultural history of Britain in the 18th-20th centuries. She is a popular speaker often giving talks at the Smithsonian among other places. OLLI favorite, Dr. Richard Bell highly recommended her. 

    Cancellations are non-refundable within 48 hours of this event.

    • Wed, December 07, 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Online
    Registration is closed

    In partnership with:

    Before she passed away in 1974, Felicia Bornstein Lubliner wrote about her life in Nazi-occupied Poland during the Holocaust, including her internment in ghettos and two concentration camps, Auschwitz and GrossRosen. Her powerful stories have been published by her son. He will share excerpts from “Only Hope: A Survivor’s Stories of the Holocaust,” shedding light on his mother’s experiences and indomitable spirit, as well as his experience as a child of Holocaust survivors and his process in bringing the book to fruition.


    Irving Lubliner teaches math, blues harmonica, and literature classes for the OLLI program at Southern Oregon University. An emeritus SOU professor specializing in mathematics education, he taught for 40 years, led seminars for teachers in 39 states, and gave over 350 conference presentations, including several keynote addresses. In 2019, he created Felabra Press and published his mother’s writings about her experiences during the Holocaust, the book that will serve as the theme for this presentation.

    Cancellations are non-refundable within 48 hours of this event.

    • Wed, December 07, 2022
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Online
    Register

    Dry Harbor

    The rarely discussed history of Prohibition in Harbor Springs will be brought to light with an online lecture hosted by the Harbor Springs Area Historical Society. Curator Beth Wemigwase will present an original Harbor History Talk based on the research she conducted to create the fascinating new exhibit, “Dry Harbor: Prohibition, Gambling and Gangsters in Harbor Springs.”

    Wemigwase’s talk begins with early, national temperance movements which led to the passage of the 18th Amendment in 1920 (which outlawed the production, importation, transportation and sale of alcoholic beverages), including sweeping changes brought on by World War I, the Spanish Flu epidemic and the women’s rights movement. The talk then moves to local history.

    The Harbor Springs area experienced a healthy share of bootlegging, speakeasies and casinos for the 15 years Emmet County was dry (Michigan had passed a statewide prohibition law beginning in 1918), complete with elaborate delivery schemes, underground escape tunnels and even connections to Detroit’s notorious Purple Gang.

    Beth Wemigwase
    Wemigwase has been with the Historical Society for eight years, following her internship with the Mackinac State Historic Parks. Originally from Ohio, she received her Master’s in Historical Administration from Eastern Illinois University.

    • Thu, December 08, 2022
    • Thu, December 15, 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • Online
    Register

    At the Turning of the Year

    Each year at Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, the Earth completes its annual cycle as though it were gathering unto itself the rich (and challenging) experiences of the year now coming to its close (2022), and this in anticipation of the year ahead (2023). The standing still moment of Solstice can be likened to the pause that happens in our own breathing, when we have completed the full in-breath and there is a potential moment of reflection before the breath turns, and we begin to exhale.

    In this two-part program, Star Lore Historian Mary Stewart Adams will guide us in creating a dynamic way to engage with this turn in the cycle of the year, informed as it is by the mystery wisdom of the ages, which regards this as the ideal time for understanding our relationship to the 12 regions of the zodiac, in which the 12 days of Christmas are rooted.

    Our process will include guidance in journaling that is informed by the month-by-month star pictures, star maps, and insights into how to harvest the gifts of the prior year, as a way to prepare for the year to come, as a gift to the greater self during this season.

    The Storyteller’s Night Sky is the work of Star Lore Historian Mary Stewart Adams, host of the weekly public radio segment and podcast of the same name, and who, as a global advocate for starry skies, led the team that established the 9th International Dark Sky Park in the world in 2011 at the Headlands, in her home state of Michigan.

    Mary has received numerous honors for her work advocating for dark skies, combining her extensive knowledge of ancient mythologies with nearly 40 years of researching anthroposophy, with a particular emphasis on the human experience of starry worlds as it is expressed in the astrology of the ancients, the astronomy of the scientific revolution, and the astrosophy that has developed through an application of spiritual science to the relationship between the human being and the cosmos. She travels far and wide teaching her humanities-based approach to understanding the celestial world around us, and the cultural influence of star knowledge through the ages.

    • Tue, December 13, 2022
    • 11:00 AM - 1:15 PM
    • Lyric Theatre, 275 E. Main St., Harbor Springs

    Join your fellow Lifelong Learners for a private screening of the classic "It's a Wonderful Life" on the big screen. Concessions will be available.

    All proceeds will be donated to pay for books for a North Central Michigan College student.

    George Bailey has so many problems he is thinking about ending it all - and it's Christmas! As the angels discuss George, we see his life in flashback. As George is about to jump from a bridge, he ends up rescuing his guardian angel, Clarence - who then shows George what his town would have looked like if it hadn't been for all his good deeds over the years.

    130 Minutes. Directed by Frank Capra.
    Starring James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore.

    Refunds are unavailable within 24 hours of this event.

    • Fri, December 16, 2022
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • NCMC Library Conference Center
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    What started as a small men-only halfway house has grown into a comprehensive health care company with services available for the entire community. Harbor Hall is now building a large apartment complex on Emmet Street in Petoskey for expanded short-term living services. Peter Bucci, executive director and chief clinical officer, will explain where Harbor Hall started, where the agency is today and what services can be offered in the future. Mr. Bucci has been in the field of professional counseling and psychology since 2009. He began working at Harbor Hall in the fall of 2015 and took over as executive director in January of this year.

    Attendance fee includes a buffet lunch beginning at 11:30 am.

    Note: At this time, masks are optional inside NCMC facilities.

    Cancellations are non-refundable within 24 hours of this event.


    Peter Bucci, Executive Director and Chief Clinical Officer

    • Thu, January 12, 2023
    • Thu, February 09, 2023
    • 5 sessions
    • NCMC Gaylord Campus, 620 E. 5th St. Gaylord, MI 49735 - Room 112
    • 14
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    An Interactive Introduction

    Have you been curious to explore Tarot but aren’t sure where to start? Or tried Tarot and found the number and variety of cards a bit off-putting? Designed for folks newer to card reading, please join us for a series of five interactive, applied workshops on the fundamentals of Tarot interpretation. No prior familiarity with Tarot is needed; all you need are a deck and desire to see how the cards can help you explore self-discovery, creativity, and personal growth. Topics explored include thematic interpretations of the Major and Minor Arcana; working with standard and variant images; storytelling fundamentals; and practical considerations. The workshops are experiential, with plenty of activities to help you start using Tarot as an interpretive tool. While the workshops cover basic interpretive principles, comfort comes with practice. For this, optional resources and activities are also offered to help as you independently practice and refine your skills.

    Cancellations are non-refundable within 24 hours of this event.

    NOTE: You will need access to a Tarot deck for these workshops. Please feel free to bring a deck you have; if you need to acquire one, Stone Unicorn (Gaylord) or Poetess and Stranger (Petoskey) have great options.


    Sara Glasgow, Ph.D., Dean of Liberal Arts, NCMC
    Sara has been practicing and sharing her love of Tarot for over thirty years and Norse runes for fifteen years. Through workshops and consultations, she aims to raise awareness of the diverse ways that these systems nurture creativity, meditation, and personal empowerment. She is also a teacher, scholar, and administrator, and has served as the Dean of Liberal Arts at North Central Michigan College since 2014.

    • Mon, January 16, 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online
    Register

    Health & Wellness Series

    in partnership with

    Lifespan vs. Healthspan - Can You Still Play on the Floor?

    With Jeff Samyn, PT, OCS, CSCS


    Learn that lifespan and healthspan aren't necessarily the same thing, but are definitely related. Hear ideas about how to maximize both, with an emphasis on getting the most health out of your years after the age of 50.

    Jeff Samyn, PT, OCS, CSCS Jeff earned his B.S. in Psychology and Master's in Physical Therapy from Central Michigan University. He has earned his board certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Jeff heads up our Worksite Medicine program, which focuses on ergonomic assessments, job analysis, and Functional Capacity Evaluations. His expertise is in the management and treatment of back and neck pain, peripheral joint rehabilitation, and treating general pain conditions. He has a special interest in working with runners of all ages and ability levels. Jeff and his wife have a daughter, a son, and a black lab named Goose. In addition to spending time with his family, Jeff enjoys mountain biking, fitness training, fishing, snow-shoeing, hiking, and coaching baseball and softball.

    • Thu, January 19, 2023
    • Thu, January 26, 2023
    • 2 sessions
    • Online via Zoom
    • 18
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    BordeauxThis introductory course is created to demystify the world of wine making it approachable to everyone that wishes to immerse themselves a little further. You will learn how to correctly taste wine, learn about the different styles, names, and regions of the grapes, and taste several different Bordeauxs. When finished you will feel confident in your wine tasting skills and have the ability to approach wine in a whole new light.

    Session 1: The Left Bank

    • Bordeaux
    • Haut-Medoc

    Session 2: The Right Bank

    • Saint-Emilion
    • Bordeaux Blanc

    Supplies: Students will need to purchase the wines to be tasted for each class. Bottles from the regions listed in the above sessios are recommended for the instruction. The estimated price for all 4 wines is $80.

    We will be using email, google docs, and digital handouts.

    Other Course Details and Prerequisites: Computer proficiency for email, must be of legal age to enjoy wine tasting.

    Media needs. High speed internet connection, email

    Refunds are unavailable within 24 hours of first class.

    Brian Lillie

    Brian is the Director of Hospitality and Distribution at Chateau Chantal Winery. Brian is a WSET Level 3 Certified Wine Professional. He is Vice President of the Michigan Wine Collaborative. In 2013 he chaired the MiCast (Michigan Certified Alcohol Service Training) Program which received the 2015 Pure Michigan Governor’s Award for Innovative Tourism Collaboration Award in Education and Training. He has taught various classes on wine appreciation at Northwestern Michigan College and North Central Michigan College. As a speaker, he has led a session called “Tasting Great Wine Before the First Glass”. Brian’s approach demystifies the intimidating world of wine.
    • Thu, February 02, 2023
    • Thu, March 16, 2023
    • 7 sessions
    • NCMC Borra Learning Center Room 49C (downstairs) or Online via Zoom
    Register



    • Are you part of a Board of Directors that has "challenges"? 

    • Are you a newly elected Board Member or Board Officer and you are not sure what you are supposed to do? 

    • Does your organization need to learn how to recruit new people for the future? 

    • Do you want to make your Non-Profit Organization or Association the best and most high functioning that it can be? 

    If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then this class is for you!

    Join Certified Association Executive and Non-Profit Organizational Development Specialist, Scott Herceg, CAE, as he guides you through the best practices, experience and useful industry standards that have helped him successfully run award winning, Northern Michigan based, non-profits and membership organizations for nearly 20 years.

    Whether you are brand-new to non-profit work, or if you are an experienced veteran, there is something in this series of classes for everyone to take back to their organization that will make it better.


    Sessions 1&2 - The 5 M’s of Association Management and Non-Profit Administration©

    Basic Training for anyone involved with a Non-Profit Organization or Membership Based Association. Money, Membership, Manpower, Marketing, and Mission are the building blocks of any non-profit organization or association.  Everything your organization does should be based on properly and effectively using these 5 words and the best practices that go with them. Master the 5 M’s and your organization will be successful.

    Session 3 - Board Development and Governance
    Basic Training (Part 2) for any member of a Board of Directors or Staff. Learn what it takes to be an outstanding Board Member/Staff Advisor on a High Functioning Board. Explore the Do’s and Don’ts of Board Operations and learn how to implement them for your board.
    Session 4 - Budget Development/Management/Growth

    If we are a non-profit, that means we aren’t supposed to make any money, right?  WRONG!  Learn how to build a healthy budget and keep it that way and then grow it for the future. Topics explored include non-profit accounting basics, financial reporting that every board member can read, benchmarks for good budgeting, templates for profitable program and event production, how to plan for the future, and properly file your financial reports today.

     Session 5 - Membership Growth/Management/Retention

    If you are not growing, you are dying! It’s as simple as that…well, sort of.  Learn how to evaluate the health of your organization and your programing through membership trends. Explore techniques for gaining new members while engaging your current members in a fun way.  However, it is always easier to keep a member than recruit a new one so dive into the importance of good member relations and how to best keep them engaged and renewing year after year. Topics covered include: value propositions, why join statements, market penetration, quality “onboarding” procedures, new member 1st year or aka “I just joined, now what?," membership standards, and legal issues related to membership that could sink your organization if you are not careful.   

    Session 6 Everybody is an Asset

    How to properly use your nominating committee to grow your board strength and your organization's capacity for success. Learn how your organization can get the right people in the right positions, doing the right jobs for the right reasons. Topics include proper nominating committee procedures, how to encourage diversity in thoughts and demographics, why a good orientation for board members and new staff is so important, and the life cycle of a volunteer and staff… do they burn out, flame out, or heroically ride off into the sunset as the credits roll. Also, Staff, Board of Directors, or Committees...just who is responsible for each thing anyway?

    Session 7 - Executive Director & Board Chairperson Coaching 

    Whatever the titles are: Executive Director, President, Board Chairperson, Executive Officer or just Leader.  The top people, staff and volunteer need to fully understand their role in the organization and why the importance of that role functioning smoothly has a great influence on the rest of the organization's operations. Learn how the roles for the top staff person (Chief Staff Executive) and the top volunteer leader (Chief Elected Officer) work in tandem for the good of the organization but how they also have very different responsibilities. Other topics covered will include preparation for board meetings, agenda building, board management best practices, and how to conduct a smooth flowing board meeting that gets stuff done.


    About ​Scott A. Herceg, CAE

    Certified Association Executive and Organizational Development Specialist with almost twenty years Managing and Directing award winning community non-profit organizations, chambers of commerce, and membership based professional trade associations across three states.

    As the author of The 5 M's of Non-Profit Administration and Association Management©, Scott has used that framework for success throughout his career to help organizations develop the edge they need to take the next step and to bring under-performing or under-developed organizations back to a position of success.  Now, with Northern Edge Consulting, he is looking to help many more  organizations reach that same outcome.  

    Specific areas of expertise include strategic planning, change management, goal setting and execution, board development, basic training for new professionals, volunteer recruitment and development, membership growth strategies, fundraising techniques, and effective budgeting for growth. 


    • Thu, February 02, 2023
    • Thu, February 09, 2023
    • 2 sessions
    • Online
    Register

    Owls of Michigan


    Jamie Platt is a professional ornithologist who helps people find birds. Most of us know how hard it is to see owls in their natural habitat. What we don’t realize is how many owls are hidden in the fabric of our everyday lives. Although highly represented in our culture, owls more than any other animal, take such great pains to conceal their presence. You will learn the how, where and when to find and identify by sight and sound the ten owl species that can be found in Michigan.

    Jamie Platt is an alumni of Northern Michigan University where he graduated with a degree in Zoology. He has taught or lectured at Washtenaw Community College, Monroe County Community College, Schoolcraft College and the Ann Arbor Adult Education program. He is also the founder of Hell's Birders, a birding organization based in Ann Arbor.

    • Mon, February 06, 2023
    • Fri, March 03, 2023
    • 20 sessions
    • NCMC SCRC Room CCE 536
    • 23
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    Corrections Officers are in high demand.

    It's a great time to begin a new career!


    Classes begin Monday, Feb. 6th, 2023

    The Michigan Sheriffs’ Coordinating and Training Council (MSCTC) approved one hundred sixty hour (160) Local Corrections Officer Academy for correctional personnel supervising inmates in county jails. The Academy is required within one year of hire or for new hires into Sheriffs Office Correctional facilities as a Local Corrections Officer.  The Academy is being offered by North Central Michigan College who is an approved educational partner. The Academies are conducted by instructors who are certified by the MSCTC

    When: February, 6, 2023 – March 3, 2023 (Monday - Friday)
    Graduation: Ceremony ~ March 3, 2022 @ 6 PM
    Where: North Central Michigan College, 1515 Howard St., Petoskey
    Academy Tuition: $ 1,500.00

    MiLeap Grant Funding Available

    Questions? Contact:


    Jim Cousino, Dean of Career and Technical Education

    jcousino@ncmich.edu  or call 231-348-6630

    • Thu, March 09, 2023
    • Thu, March 16, 2023
    • 2 sessions
    • Online
    Register

    The Secret Life of Birds

    Have you ever wondered why Vultures fly in circles or shorebirds chase waves ? Get up close and personal with Michigan’s birds and go beyond the field guide’s descriptions for a more in depth understanding of the lives of birds...their motivations, their secrets...and their hidden lives.

    Jamie Platt is an alumni of Northern Michigan University where he graduated with a degree in Zoology. He has taught or lectured at Washtenaw Community College, Monroe County Community College, Schoolcraft College and the Ann Arbor Adult Education program. He is also the founder of Hell's Birders, a birding organization based in Ann Arbor.

Past events

Mon, December 05, 2022 NMSMC Fall Reduction Strategies in the Winter
Fri, December 02, 2022 Luncheon Lecture - November Election, What Happened?
Thu, December 01, 2022 Ukrainian Vision: Artists and Their Cultural Vision Part II
Wed, November 23, 2022 Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People
Wed, November 23, 2022 Winter is Coming: Russia, Ukraine and Us
Tue, November 22, 2022 Preparing for the Winter Years
Mon, November 21, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Provider Full Course
Tue, November 15, 2022 Instant Guitar for Hopelessly Busy People
Tue, November 15, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Skills Testing
Tue, November 15, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Provider Full Course
Mon, November 14, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Provider Full Course
Mon, November 14, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Skills Testing
Thu, November 10, 2022 This is Sinatra! – Celebrating the Man, His Music, and Cultural Impact
Tue, November 08, 2022 The System of Assimilation: The Indian Boarding Schools
Mon, November 07, 2022 Portraits in Poetry: A Writing Workshop
Mon, November 07, 2022 Expressive Writing: A Path from Grief to Hope
Fri, November 04, 2022 Canceled - Luncheon Lecture - Seeing Smiles, Hearing Laughter
Thu, November 03, 2022 Hypnosis Techniques to Lighten Up - Physically and Emotionally
Tue, November 01, 2022 Birds in the Arts
Thu, October 27, 2022 Haunted Petoskey Ghost Walk with Christopher Struble
Wed, October 26, 2022 Step up for Ukraine
Tue, October 25, 2022 Cryptocurrencies, NFT's, and Why You Should Care
Tue, October 25, 2022 Bay View Haunted Walk with Christopher Struble
Mon, October 24, 2022 Artist Reception and Lecture - Visiting Artist Shirley Brauker
Fri, October 21, 2022 Luncheon Lecture - Doing Good Better
Fri, October 21, 2022 Lincoln’s Leadership
Thu, October 20, 2022 Bay View Haunted Walk with Christopher Struble
Thu, October 20, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Skills Testing
Wed, October 19, 2022 Foraging for Wild Herbs - Session 2
Wed, October 19, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Provider Full Course
Tue, October 18, 2022 Bay View Haunted Walk with Christopher Struble
Mon, October 17, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Skills Testing
Fri, October 14, 2022 The Tragedy of Tom Paine
Wed, October 12, 2022 Foraging for Wild Herbs - Session 1
Wed, October 12, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Skills Testing
Tue, October 11, 2022 Hudson’s: One of Many Lost Department Stores
Tue, October 11, 2022 Petoskey Hemingway Tour
Fri, October 07, 2022 Line Dancing with Suzie Cartwright
Fri, October 07, 2022 Luncheon Lecture - Discoveries From Deep Space
Wed, October 05, 2022 Castle Farms of Charlevoix Fall Tour with Optional Wine and Live Music
Wed, October 05, 2022 NMSMC Knee Pain: Can't Live With it Any Longer
Mon, October 03, 2022 Fall Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Course
Mon, October 03, 2022 Envisioning the City
Wed, September 28, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Provider Course
Wed, September 28, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Skills Testing
Tue, September 27, 2022 Lost Son
Mon, September 26, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Skills Testing
Mon, September 26, 2022 Line Dancing with Suzie Cartwright
Sun, September 25, 2022 NCMC Youth Basketball Camp Grades 3-5
Sun, September 25, 2022 Silk Scarf Marbling
Sat, September 24, 2022 Silk Scarf Marbling
Fri, September 23, 2022 Luncheon Lecture - BAT 21
Tue, September 20, 2022 An Introduction to Hypnosis for Health
Mon, September 19, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Skills Testing
Mon, September 19, 2022 The Search for an American Sound
Sat, September 17, 2022 Introduction to Turkish Marbling on Paper and Fabric
Thu, September 15, 2022 The Hawks and Eagles of Michigan with Jamie Platt
Thu, September 15, 2022 Petoskey Remembered Walking Tour with Christopher Struble
Wed, September 14, 2022 Boats Made in Holland: A Michigan Tradition
Tue, September 13, 2022 Reading the Tea Leaves: What the Historic 2021-22 Term Suggests about the Direction of the Supreme Court
Mon, September 12, 2022 NMSMC Prepare Your Body for Winter Activities
Sat, September 10, 2022 Introduction to Turkish Marbling on Paper and Fabric
Sat, September 10, 2022 Creatively Engaging the Deep Rhythms of Nature in partnership with CTAC - Classroom Component
Wed, September 07, 2022 Jack Kerouac: “King of Beats”
Wed, September 07, 2022 A Citizen’s Guide to The 1619 Project & Critical Race Theory
Tue, August 30, 2022 Greenwood Cemetery's Monumental Monuments Walking Tour
Wed, August 24, 2022 Bay View History Walking Tour
Thu, August 18, 2022 Earl A. Young Homes Walking Tour
Thu, August 18, 2022 Greenwood Cemetery's Monumental Monuments Walking Tour
Wed, August 17, 2022 NCMC Harris Garden Tour
Wed, August 17, 2022 Earl A. Young Homes Walking Tour
Thu, August 11, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Provider Course
Wed, August 10, 2022 Bay View History Walking Tour
Tue, August 09, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Provider Course
Mon, August 01, 2022 NMSMC Health & Wellness Series - What to Do About Sudden-Onset Lower Back Pain
Mon, August 01, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Provider Course
Thu, July 28, 2022 Lavender Hill Farm Walking Tour
Fri, July 22, 2022 Haunted Petoskey Ghost Walk with Christopher Struble
Wed, July 20, 2022 NCMC Harris Garden Tour
Mon, July 18, 2022 BLS - Basic Life Support Provider Course
Tue, July 12, 2022 Tree Identification Walk at Hailand/Helstrom Family Nature Preserve
Thu, July 07, 2022 Getting Creative with Tarot
Wed, June 29, 2022 Return Home to Yourself
Tue, June 28, 2022 Getting Creative with Tarot
Thu, June 23, 2022 Petoskey Remembered Walking Tour with Christopher Struble
Tue, June 21, 2022 Getting Creative with Tarot
Wed, June 15, 2022 NCMC Harris Garden Tour
Tue, June 14, 2022 Getting Creative with Tarot
Tue, June 07, 2022 Haunted Petoskey Ghost Walk with Christopher Struble
Thu, June 02, 2022 Moss & Lichens Hike - Oden Island Nature Preserve
Wed, June 01, 2022 The Metaverse Explained
Wed, June 01, 2022 NMSMC Health & Wellness Series - Tips to Prevent Common Gardening Injuries
Wed, May 25, 2022 NMSMC Health & Wellness Series - Tips for an Injury-Free Golf Season
Thu, May 19, 2022 Petoskey Remembered Walking Tour with Christopher Struble
Thu, May 19, 2022 Petoskey Remembered Walking Tour with Christopher Struble
Tue, May 10, 2022 Michigan Warblers
Mon, May 09, 2022 Stoking and Kindling Digestive Fire with Kellen Brugman
Wed, May 04, 2022 Meditation for Chronic Pain & Illness
Fri, April 29, 2022 Benedict Arnold
Sun, April 24, 2022 NCMC Youth Basketball Camp Grades 6-8
Thu, April 21, 2022 Wine Tasting and Appreciation: The Noble Grapes
Mon, April 18, 2022 NMSMC Health & Wellness Series - How Exercise Can Improve Chronic Pain
Mon, April 18, 2022 CANCELLED-News Literacy Program Presented by Petoskey District Library News Literacy Committee
Thu, April 14, 2022 Greenwood Cemetery Presents Petoskey History through Newspaper Ads
Thu, April 14, 2022 Cheese Tasting 101 with Katie Potts
Wed, April 13, 2022 Lake Superior Mysteries with Ric Mixter
Tue, April 12, 2022 Beginning Birding
Mon, April 11, 2022 Nutrition & Health Series - Healthy Eating on a Budget
Thu, April 07, 2022 Identification and Control of Honey Bee Pests
Tue, April 05, 2022 NCMC Online Parenting Book Club - Book 3 Evening Session
Tue, April 05, 2022 NCMC Online Parenting Book Club - Book 3 Afternoon Session
Wed, March 23, 2022 Stereotypes of Native People: Where We Find Them and Why They Are Harmful
Tue, March 22, 2022 A Missing Century
Mon, March 21, 2022 Nutrition & Health Series - Eating Well with Less Sugar
Tue, March 15, 2022 Death & Lighthouses on the Great Lakes
Tue, March 15, 2022 Seeing the Sky in Three Dimensions
Mon, March 14, 2022 Nutrition & Health Series - Heart Healthy Lifestyle
Thu, March 10, 2022 The Secret Life of Birds
Tue, March 08, 2022 What’s New at the Zoo?
Tue, March 08, 2022 Presidential Series with Scott LaDeur
Mon, March 07, 2022 Nutrition & Health Series - Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
Mon, March 07, 2022 Beginning Beekeeping with Barry Fitzpatrick & Jim Anglewicz
Wed, March 02, 2022 Exploring the Soo Locks with Ric Mixter
Wed, March 02, 2022 My Life as a Groupie
Wed, February 23, 2022 DNA of Galaxies
Tue, February 22, 2022 Nutrition & Health Series - Weight Management
Tue, February 22, 2022 Choices for Sustainable Living Discussion Series
Fri, February 18, 2022 It’s Time to Lighten Up
Thu, February 17, 2022 The Olympic Games and China's International Ambitions
Wed, February 16, 2022 Explore Underwater Photography
Wed, February 16, 2022 NMSMC Health & Wellness Series - Staying Vertical: Balance & Fall Reduction
Mon, February 14, 2022 What’s the Point of Mathematics Research, Anyway?
Wed, February 09, 2022 The Latest in Alzheimer's and Dementia Research
Wed, February 09, 2022 The Brilliant Architecture of Arizona’s Valley of the Sun
Wed, February 09, 2022 Free College: In Pursuit of Equity
Tue, February 08, 2022 Understanding Sikhism
Thu, February 03, 2022 The Owls of Michigan
Wed, February 02, 2022 How the Railroad Transformed Charlevoix
Wed, February 02, 2022 Fall in Love with Self-Care
Mon, January 31, 2022 Maintaining Grace and Strength While Aging
Thu, January 27, 2022 Reflections in Red: Russian Visual Culture Reprised
Mon, January 24, 2022 Nutrition & Health Series - Focus on Fiber
Thu, January 20, 2022 Nearly Nuclear: A Mismanaged Energy Transition – From OLLI talk to Published Book
Thu, January 20, 2022 Examining Power and Inequality in Early South African Kingdoms
Wed, January 19, 2022 NMSMC Health & Wellness Series - Arthritis Tool Kit
Tue, January 18, 2022 Shay: Steam and Steel
Tue, January 18, 2022 US Economic Update
Fri, January 14, 2022 National Public Radio, Ann Arbor
Thu, January 13, 2022 Dark Side of the Mitten
Wed, January 12, 2022 The Tumultuous Life and Troubled Times of Edgar Allan Poe
Tue, January 04, 2022 NCMC Online Parenting Book Club - Book 1 Evening Session
Tue, January 04, 2022 NCMC Online Parenting Book Club - Book 1 Afternoon Session
Mon, January 03, 2022 Meditation for Inner Peace with Tiffany Lenau
Tue, June 22, 2021 Houseplants 101



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