BLUE HILL, Maine — Registration for Colloquy Downeast winter courses is now open. Beginning its eleventh year, Colloquy Downeast is a non-profit volunteer organization offering a variety of topics for discussion and study. The weekly seminars are led by local facilitators and emphasize participation and discussion.
Winter Seminars include â€śSamuel de Champlain: Early Explorer of Maine and Father of New Franceâ€ť with John Roberts, â€śAmerican Power: Our Prospects on the Future World Stageâ€ť with Ron Lesko, â€śBiodiversityâ€ť with David Porter, â€śSustaining a Community Scale Fishery: Ecological and Policy Issuesâ€ť with Robin Alden and ted Ames, â€śShackletonâ€ť with Ruth Davis, and The Globalization Paradox: Democracy and Capitalism in a World of Nation Statesâ€ť with Richard Howe.
For a description of each seminar please go to www.colloquydowneast.org or write to Colloquy Downeast at PO Box 394, Blue Hill 04614. Advanced registration is required with a limit of 15 to ensure active participation in the discussions.
Contact Name: Colloquy Downeast PO Box 394 Blue Hill 04614