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  • *NEW A Mystic, A Changer, A Woman Ahead of Her Time: Hildegard of Bingen (Ages 12 and up)

    Roy Hammerling and Anne Kaese will present on an interesting woman who changed much of the view of women in the world in the 1100s. She was called the "Sibyl of the Rhine." She was a 12th century abbess who won a remarkable reputation as a visionary, writer and diplomat. She developed a language and wrote music. In a time when the opinions of women were undervalued, she renewed the interest in the writings and theology. Come and learn more about a remarkable woman who did remarkable things in remarkable times. An optional tour of The Saint John's Bible exhibit will be held after the talk. Participants of the art class will receive a discounted one-day Hjemkomst Center entrance fee of $14 (paid to the Hjemkomst Center on day of event); entrance for members of HCSCC is free.
  • *NEW Love in Action: The Spirituality of Dorothy Day

    Dorothy Day is one of the most admired, influential, and controversial people in the American Catholic Church. Pope Francis, when speaking before Congress in 2015, highlighted Dorothy Day and her tireless work for “justice and the cause of the oppressed.” We will look at the spirituality behind the tireless work of Dorothy Day, using materials by and about her. Participants of the art class will receive a discounted one-day Hjemkomst Center entrance fee of $14 (paid to the Hjemkomst Center on day of event); entrance for members of HCSCC is free.
  • *NEW MORE ASL!

    This course is for those who previously participated in Community Education ASL classes with Becky Manske and want MORE! Review signs from the previous classes, and add MORE signs to your vocabulary, MORE sentence structure, MORE practice, and MORE games in ASL. Join the fun! Learn to talk without your voice.
  • *NEW Multiculturalism in the Art and Storytelling of The Saint John’s Bible (Ages 12 and up)

    How cultures tell their sacred stories and how the tradition of art and illumination is recreated in the 21st century in The Saint John's Bible -- using archaeology, science, astronomy, biology and our modern events to re-illuminate Bible stories. Optional tours will be available after the lecture for a more detailed study of the original artwork and methods.Participants of the art class will receive a discounted one-day Hjemkomst Center entrance fee of $14 (paid to the Hjemkomst Center on day of event); entrance for members of HCSCC is free.
  • *NEW Women in the Art and Storytelling of The Saint John’s Bible (Ages 12 and up)

    One of the goals of The Saint John’s Bible was to uplift those people often found in the margins of society like the poor, homeless, children and women. This presentation looks at how women are represented in The Saint John’s Bible – a fresh and modern view of the importance of women and their specific skills and talents in our modern and traditional world. The unique and powerful place of women in faith formation, consolidation of social values, and the creation of Christianity and its place in the world are all explored. Optional tours will be available after the lecture for a more detailed study of the original artwork and methods. Participants of the art class will receive a discounted one-day Hjemkomst Center entrance fee of $14 (paid to the Hjemkomst Center on day of event); entrance for members of HCSCC is free.
  • American Sign Language

    Learn basic signs for conversational communication and some of the culture of the deaf in this introductory course. Becky Manske has more than 10 years of ASL experience. Fee includes handouts. Bring a folder for handouts.*All classes are held at Moorhead High School, with exception of Tuesday, October 17th, where class will be held at Probstfield Center for Education, Room 303.
  • Family History Workshop 2017

      The Heritage Education Commission presents the 2017 Family History Workshop with main presenter Paula Stuart-Warren. Finding your long-lost relatives can be a challenge, but a rewarding one! Learn from successful genealogists how to start and continue your search. With 20 workshops and a nationally recognized speaker, this is a day filled with opportunities to learn how to successfully climb your family tree.The workshop cost of $49 includes your choice of four out of the 20 sessions offered, the workshop syllabus with all session handouts, lunch and coffee breaks. An exhibit hall featuring booths for organizations and vendors will be open throughout most of the day.The 42nd Annual Family History Workshop is sponsored by the Heritage Education Commission in partnership with Moorhead Community Education.For more information about the workshop, the presenters, and the family history research/book contest, go to www.heritageed.com or email info@heritageed.com.- This location is easily accessible to the handicapped.