June and July Swim Course

April 17th, 2014 by Mac

Instructor: Celeste St. Pierre

         Date: Tuesdays, June 10 – 24 & July 1 – 29

         Time: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

  Location: PE Center Pool

          Cost: $145

This course will be a progression of swim skills and technique with the main focus being on the freestyle stroke. The progression will start with approximately 30% drills and skills and 70% whole stroke while specifically concentrating on various aspects of the stroke. Each week the class will build on the preceding class, ending with 10% drills and 90% whole stroke swimming.  Swim caps, goggles, and bathing suits are required (no cut-offs). By the end of this course, swimmers should comfortably be able to swim ½–1 mile.

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Are You Afraid of Opera

August 15th, 2013 by Linda

Instructor: Dr. Manuel Marquez-Sterling

      Dates: Wednesdays, September 17 – November 5

        Time: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

 Location: Hyde 120

        Cost: $95

We are so fortunate to offer another season of “Are You Afraid of Opera,” with our truly gifted and passionate instructor, Dr. Manuel Marquez-Sterling. His zeal for opera is contagious and participants find themselves truly enjoying each and every class. Manuel taught history at PSU for 35 years with a specialty in medieval history and culture. He also broadcasted the popular radio program “History in the Music of the Great and not so Great Composers” over WPCR, the PSU radio station.

Dr. Marquez-Sterling’ passion for opera has brought him to many venues, from academic halls to international cruises, and even traveling with groups of opera aficionados to countries including Italy, France, England, and Spain. For the last 28 years, he has taught a popular PSU community course “Are You Afraid of Opera?” Won’t you join us for the season?

Dates may change in case of illness or weather.

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