Our adult and community education program offers multiple opportunities in the form of three basic areas of study: creative arts, writing, and the chess club. Each course in the adult education program – whether it be local history, creative writing, foreign languages, or learning to spar on the chessboard – is designed to holistically enrich each individual student on his or her terms with a dedicated member of the faculty. Space is limited; learn more about our current classes and sign up today.
Coming in 2018:
True Islam: Understanding Our Community
Join Concord resident Nasir Rana and members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to learn about
True Islam: what it is, and how to counter ignorance about the world’s second largest religion.
The True Islam and the Extremists campaign seeks to spread Islam’s message of peace. Extremists like ISIS depend on people’s ignorance of Islam in order for them to grow. The more people know about Islam’s true teachings – and what Muslims truly believe – the less they’ll fall for ISIS’s propaganda. Learn more about the campaign at www.trueislam.com.
Wednesday, March 7, 8 am
Breakfast will be provided at First Parish in Concord
(Snow date: Wednesday, March 14)
Admission is free, but space is limited – Click here to register!
Online registration deadline: March 2; Call 978-318-1432 after that date
Conversations in a Civil Society: Agreeing to Disagree
The search for common ground
Join us for a panel discussion by
Moderator: Ethan Hoblitzelle, Social Studies teacher at CCHS
Panelists: Ona Ferguson from Consensus Building Institute, Dr. Robert Munro
from Middlesex School, and Rose Pavlov from Ivy Child
Tuesday, April 3rd at 7 pm
View our April 2017 forum on News: The Changing Landscape of Journalism in the 21st Century: