President's Message

Welcome. Hope everyone had a great summer.

This Fall we offer a record 17 courses. You may have some selection dilemmas. I know I do. Thirteen of our “regular” courses return from the Spring semester. Returning from sabbaticals are two very popular courses: Frank Villa’s Celebrating Science in the 21st Century and William Kaufman’s Makers of The Modern Mind. New are The Butterfly Effect: How Random Events Affect History by retired history teacher David Moore, and Not Just Yoga: A Taste of Indian Culture by professional singer and Wellesley resident Maitreyee Chakraborty.

The highly popular Annual Harvest-time Social Luncheon will be held at 12:30 Nov. 6. All registrants and teachers are invited.

As always, we encourage you to bring your friends to WWLL to help us to continue to grow.

—Bruce Belason

Notes

Inclement weather: Classes cancelled only if Wellesley schools are closed. Classes start at the usual time if the Wellesley schools’ opening is delayed.

Parking: We realize parking is limited at the church and is a challenge. Arrive early. Please do not park in the Church's fire lanes or reserved spaces. On-street metered parking is available (you can exceed the 2-hour limit, but keep the meter fed).

Handicap accessability: Unfortunately not all classrooms are handicap accessible.

Comment: Some courses meet fewer than 10 times. The fee is still $40. But, registrants in these courses may attend any other course that meets at the same time for the other weeks of the semester.