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Foxdale Village

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500 E. Marylyn Ave.
State College, PA 16801 United States

Park in front of the building or on the upper parking deck on Marylyn Ave. Parking can be tight at this venue, so please allow ample time to park and walk to class.

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June 2019

1009SC Water Development in Ethiopia

June 17 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Albert will describe the state of domestic water development in northern Ethiopia and the process his group used to help over 40 villages find and develop clean water supplies, eliminating the need to have the women walk many miles three times each day to find water for their homes. Most villages received either hand-dug wells or developed springs.

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0604SC Could Our Economy Collapse?

June 18 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

The 2018 year was challenging for stock markets worldwide. The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered a loss of nearly 8%, and our Federal Debt climbed to approximately $21.9 trillion. China’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate is slowing and a variety of pundits are predicting that the global economy will slow down resulting in a recession in America. Are they correct? We will discuss the global economy and the impact it will have on our GDP growth rate and our…

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0505FX Sauces Past and Present

June 28 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

In a Power Point presentation, we will discover the history of sauce making and flow into the definition and function of sauces - sauce components, flavoring agents, seasonings, and salt. We will define and break down the original mother sauces and the preparation of these sauces, including "roux". We will also look at the revolution of sauces and at what sometimes is called the "modern mother sauces" and finish with "other sauces" and a question and answer session. Chef Jeff…

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July 2019

0402FX You Can See the Middle East Without a Passport

July 1 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Using selected PowerPoint slides, Art will show numerous and at times astonishing examples of Moorish and other Middle Eastern influence on some of the architecture of the United States.

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1010SC Owls of the Eastern United States and Canada

July 1 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Twelve species of owls are found in the eastern United States and Canada. We will discuss identifying characteristics, habitats, behavior, and ranges. Enjoy photos of owls in their habitats and sound recordings of their calls.

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1401FX The Remarkable Intuition of the Reverend Thomas Bayes

July 8 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Thomas Bayes lived at the beginning of the 18th century when no theory of probability had yet been developed. So it is remarkable that Bayes, a minister and lay mathematician, had the intuition that has guided the work of statisticians right up to the present. Some of problems solved with the use of Bayes Law have been or still are: testing the efficiency of a new drug, filtering spam from email, and telling a contestant in the "Let's Make a…

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0104FX By George!

July 9 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

George Gershwin, one of America’s most renown composers, wrote both classical and popular music. The son of Russian Jewish immigrants, he transcended Tin Pan Alley, the Jazz Age, Broadway musical theatre, and Hollywood musicals. However, at the height of his career, at age 38, he died suddenly, much to the shock of family, friends, and fans. Author, John O’Hara, remarked, “They say George Gershwin is no longer with us, but I don’t have to believe it if I don’t want…

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0702FX Mary Oliver: In Memoriam

July 12 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Beloved poet Mary Oliver died January 17, 2019. She left us fifty years of poetry, much of it about the natural world. She was a paradox: poet, prize winner, and best-seller. We'll explore poems from her first book in 1963 to her last in 2015. The course meets on Fridays, July 12, 19, and 26.

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1401FX The Remarkable Intuition of the Reverend Thomas Bayes

July 15 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Thomas Bayes lived at the beginning of the 18th century when no theory of probability had yet been developed. So it is remarkable that Bayes, a minister and lay mathematician, had the intuition that has guided the work of statisticians right up to the present. Some of problems solved with the use of Bayes Law have been or still are: testing the efficiency of a new drug, filtering spam from email, and telling a contestant in the "Let's Make a…

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0603FX Understanding Investment Fees

July 16 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Have you wondered what fees you are paying for the investments and annuities you own? Do you understand custodial fees, account fees, management fees, sales charges, contingent deferred fees, and penalties? David will discuss "managed accounts," mutual funds, stock portfolios, bond portfolios, and annuities as well as annual custodial fees.

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0104FX By George!

July 16 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

George Gershwin, one of America’s most renown composers, wrote both classical and popular music. The son of Russian Jewish immigrants, he transcended Tin Pan Alley, the Jazz Age, Broadway musical theatre, and Hollywood musicals. However, at the height of his career, at age 38, he died suddenly, much to the shock of family, friends, and fans. Author, John O’Hara, remarked, “They say George Gershwin is no longer with us, but I don’t have to believe it if I don’t want…

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0702FX Mary Oliver: In Memoriam

July 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Beloved poet Mary Oliver died January 17, 2019. She left us fifty years of poetry, much of it about the natural world. She was a paradox: poet, prize winner, and best-seller. We'll explore poems from her first book in 1963 to her last in 2015. The course meets on Fridays, July 12, 19, and 26.

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1401FX The Remarkable Intuition of the Reverend Thomas Bayes

July 22 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Thomas Bayes lived at the beginning of the 18th century when no theory of probability had yet been developed. So it is remarkable that Bayes, a minister and lay mathematician, had the intuition that has guided the work of statisticians right up to the present. Some of problems solved with the use of Bayes Law have been or still are: testing the efficiency of a new drug, filtering spam from email, and telling a contestant in the "Let's Make a…

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