FTJ Senior University – January Class Highlights
Friday, January 5, January 12, January 19, & January 26
Tacoma Community Ukulele Project: Exploring the Ukulele*
The ukulele is an instrument that you can learn chords & songs on with no prior musical training, so please join us regardless of your previous musical experience and leave with the tools to keep learning on your own. Over the course of just four classes, you will learn at least eight songs, multiple strumming patterns, practice techniques to carry your learning into the future, and all in a fun & engaging social setting!
10:00 am, Bristol View 1st Floor Bowditch Room
Thursday, January 18 & January 25
Finding, Telling, and Sharing Life Stories*
This 6-week (January 18 – February 22) course will teach participants to explore their life experiences, work them into short stories or vignettes and pass them on as legacy.
Participants will learn:
- To chart their life experiences that made them who they are.
- To understand the story that underlies the life experience.
- To write creatively about life experiences in a short story or vignette.
- To give and receive feedback on their writing.
- Ways to pass on their stories as legacy.
Students will benefit most by attending all sessions but are welcome to come to one or any combination of sessions. Please bring a notebook and something to write with.
10:00 am – 12:00 pm, Bristol View 1st Floor Bowditch Room
Thursday, January 18
Great Decisions Discussion Kick-off Meeting*
This will be a short meeting to request your briefing book, get a copy of the program descriptions with meeting dates, and to sign up to lead discussions. You may feel free to use this opportunity to learn more about the Great Decisions discussion course and ask questions. It’s also a great way to get familiar with Zoom if you aren’t already. Please register in advance.
3:00 pm, Zoom (Pre-register to receive the Zoom link)