KACL Fall 2021 Schedule Grid

Kingsport Alliance for Continued Learning – Fall 2021: October 12 – November 18

$25 per person until October 4, $30 per person beginning October 4

REGISTRATION BEGINS: Tuesday, September 21

Tuesday     Wednesday Thursday
10:00 AM-Noon  10:00 AM-Noon  10:00 AM-Noon  Field Trip Information
10/12 David Morin: COVID-19 Vaccine Facts and Fiction 10/13 Rebecca Ketchie: Family Mediation and Peacemaking 10/14 Leslie Lynch: A Looming Disaster-The Franklin Expedition (Continued) Questions about either field trip, call 354-5200.
10/19 Fred Sauceman: Thomas Wolfe – His Life and Works 10/20 Aiesha Banks: Embrace Healthy Living in Kingsport 10/21 Jerry Fritz: Historical Markers of Kingsport Friday, Oct.  22   Wilderness Tour Field Trip: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Register by Oct. 15.
10/26 Arthur Garrett: Genetic Diseases and New Treatments 10/27 Rick Currie: Exploring Spain and Portugal 10/28 Candace Sherer: Kingsport Area Transit (KATS) Overview Harry W. Meador, Jr. Coal Museum, 570 Shawnee Avenue East, Big Stone Gap, Virginia (approximately one hour from Kingsport) Tour begins promptly at 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.
11/2 Howard Carman: Experiences with The Poetry Society of Tennessee 11/3 No Class 11/4 Kate Smith and Hollie Pellosmaa: COVID-19 Pandemic Impact Survey Results After museum, visit Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail Interpretive Center, 371 Technology Trail Lane, Duffield.(20 minutes from museum) Bring a bag lunch. Bottled water and dessert will be provided.  Carpooling is encouraged!
11/9 Rebecca J. Marshall: Your Personal Security and Highlights of Career in the U.S. Marshals Service 11/10 Fred Alsop: ETSU Eagle Cam Project and The George L. Carter Railroad Museum 11/11 Closed for Veterans Day
11/16 Calvin Sneed: History of African Americans in Kingsport, Tennessee 11/17 Andrew Slap: The American Revolution Within 11/18 Kay Grogg:  The Art of Zentangle®
1:30-3:30 PM 1:30-3:30 PM             1:30-3:30 PM
10/12 Tom Patton: The Role of Public Information Officer for the Kingsport Police Department 10/13 Wisdom Literature by The Great Courses: Proverbs and Job. (DVDs) Moderator: Dave Petke 10/14 Michelle Tolbert: Kingsport Senior Artisan Center Thursday, December 2 Wohlfahrt Haus Theatre Matinee: Travel to Wytheville, Virginia is via Chartered Coach. Register by Oct. 15.  Cost: $65 per person.
10/19 Ned Jilton, II: Battle of Blountville, Tennessee 10/20 Wisdom Literature by The Great Courses (Continued) 10/21 Patrick Shull:  Meet the Mayor of Kingsport You must register in person at the ETSU at Kingsport office because of required field trip paperwork.
10/26 Jeff Cassidy: Sheriff’s Office Duties and Operations Overview 10/27 Wisdom Literature by The Great Courses (Continued) 10/28 Betsy Preston: What is the Kingsport Homeless Ministry? ETSU at Kingsport, 300 West Market Street, Kingsport.
11/2 Jerry Shattuck: The Clinton 12 11/3 Wisdom Literature by The Great Courses (Continued) 11/4 No Class
11/9 David and Brenda Fox: Stories from Bays Mountain 11/10 Wisdom Literature by The Great Courses (Continued) 11/11 Closed for Veterans Day
11/16 Calvin Sneed: Bridges – A Love Affair with the Iron and Concrete Wings of America 11/17 Wisdom Literature by The Great Courses (Continued) 11/18 John Gilmer: The Quest to Invent – Let’s Make Something Useful!

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