History, travel near and far, music, and culture are part of
Cochise College Center for Lifelong Learning. The series offers
participants a free opportunity to learn in a no-pressure
The lectures at the Douglas Campus will take place from
12:10 to 1 p.m. on Tuesdays through April 26, in the Student
Union, Room 523. Lectures at the Sierra Vista Campus will
take place from 12:10 to 1 p.m. Wednesdays, Feb. 2 through
April 27 in Room 702. All lectures are free and open to the
Featuring a different topic and presenter each week, the
following sessions are scheduled this semester.
Brown Bag Tuesdays, Douglas Campus, Student Union,
· Tuesday, March 1 - Cruising 101 - Are you interested in
taking a cruise but don’t know where to go or how to go about
planning your cruise vacation? Do you want to learn more
about ship life and how to enjoy your cruise to the fullest?
Receive some practical guidance and helpful resource information
from Sheila DeVoe Heidman, dean of Extended
Learning and Workforce Development.
· Tuesday, March 8 - The History of the Native American
Flute and How it is Played - Music is the language of feelings
and emotions we all can communicate through, and Odell
Borg shows us how the Native American flute is an instrument
anyone can play without musical experience. Co-sponsored
by the Sierra Vista Campus Art Department.
For more information, contact the Center for Lifelong
Learning at (520) 417-4772, (520) 515-5492, or
email@example.com, or visit the Cochise College website
at www.cochise.edu. Participants who need special accommodations
should contact the Disability Services Office at
(520) 515-5337 or (520) 417-4023 at least 72 hours in advance.