Adult Events

Meet the Author - Sidney Blumenthal

Sidney Blumenthal,a former senior advisor to President Bill Clinton and to Hillary Clinton, discusses his new book, "A Self-Made Man: The Political Life of Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1849," the first of four volumes on Lincoln's development as a master politician. In addition to comments on his latest book, Blumenthal will discuss the current political scene. Moderated by Daniel Weinberg, Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, Inc. Books will be available for purchase, and the event will conclude with a book signing.

The Idea of America

Examine and engage in the great debate of law versus ethics-freedom versus equality-unity versus diversity- and common wealth versus private wealth in this discussion, study and seminar developed by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Facilitated by William Fireside, a former faculty member of Roosevelt University. Registration is required. Register here, in the administration office or by calling (847)-432-0216 X120. Pick up an information packet in the administration office after registering. Required textbooks can be purchased at colonialwilliamsburg.org.

The Idea of America

Examine and engage in the great debate of law versus ethics-freedom versus equality-unity versus diversity- and common wealth versus private wealth in this discussion, study and seminar developed by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Facilitated by William Fireside, a former faculty member of Roosevelt University. Registration is required. Register in the administration office or by calling (847)-432-0216 X120. Pick up an information packet in the administration office after registering. Required textbooks can be purchased at colonialwilliamsburg.org. This is a 5 session series.

The Idea of America

Examine and engage in the great debate of law versus ethics-freedom versus equality-unity versus diversity- and common wealth versus private wealth in this discussion, study and seminar developed by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Facilitated by William Fireside, a former faculty member of Roosevelt University. Registration is required. Register in the administration office or by calling (847)-432-0216 X120. Pick up an information packet in the administration office after registering. Required textbooks can be purchased at colonialwilliamsburg.org. This is a 5 session series.

The Idea of America

Examine and engage in the great debate of law versus ethics-freedom versus equality-unity versus diversity- and common wealth versus private wealth in this discussion, study and seminar developed by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Facilitated by William Fireside, a former faculty member of Roosevelt University. Registration is required. Register in the administration office or by calling (847)-432-0216 X120. Pick up an information packet in the administration office after registering. Required textbooks can be purchased at colonialwilliamsburg.org. This is a 5 session series.

The Idea of America

Examine and engage in the great debate of law versus ethics-freedom versus equality-unity versus diversity- and common wealth versus private wealth in this discussion, study and seminar developed by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Facilitated by William Fireside, a former faculty member of Roosevelt University. Registration is required. Register in the administration office or by calling (847)-432-0216 X120. Pick up an information packet in the administration office after registering. Required textbooks can be purchased at colonialwilliamsburg.org. This is a 5 session series.

Spanish Literary Club

Attendees will take part in lively discussions on Spanish literature, focusing on the works of notable authors. Conversations will be mostly in Spanish, but non-native speakers are welcome. Currently discussing "Malinche" by Laura Esquivel.

Spanish Literary Club

Attendees will take part in lively discussions on Spanish literature, focusing on the works of notable authors. Conversations will be mostly in Spanish, but non-native speakers are welcome. Currently discussing "Malinche" by Laura Esquivel.

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