Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Over Fifty and Love Books?

Humboldt State University's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) provides fun and stimulating classes for people fifty years or older. The instructors are wonderful, topics cover a wide range of interests, and there are no quizzes or tests. This blog editor took an OLLI course from Marcy Berstiner, Professor of Journalism at HSU, and learned how to create and maintain this blog.


There is a course offering of interest to book art enthusiasts titled, The History of the Book, taught by Scott Brown, owner of Eureka Books. Scott specializes in antiquarian books and maps and has also provided the venue as well as a lot of support for NORBAG's book exhibition during Arts Alive in Eureka. The course will be held the four Wednesday evenings in April, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and the cost is $60 (members) or $75 (non-members).

Woodblock, 1568 Printing Press, Wikipedia.

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