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Adult Learning Exchange

“NEW” READINGS & DISCUSSION GROUP
Wednesday, May 3, 11:00 am
Hamilton House members love to read, to be informed and to exchange views on what they’ve read, whether over a cup of coffee or in more structured settings such as a discussion group. Having readings and discussion groups has been a priority at Hamilton House for many years. We want to keep this tradition going and would like your help in exploring the best way to do that. How would you organize it? Who would you like to read? What kind of readings would you want included?  Essays? Interviews? Reviews? Profiles? Articles? How do you think discussions should be led? What might the group be called?
We’d like to hear from you. Please come to a special “focus meeting” to be held on Wednesday, May 3, at 11:00 am. 



Round 3 of “Election Discussions” led by Joan Hogan Gillman
Monday, June 5th at 11:30-1:00pm – “Brown Bag It”
The discussion leader, Joan Hogan Gillman comes with 10+ years of experience working for US Senator Chris Dodd and most recently was the EVP and CEO of Media Team for the second largest cable company, Time Warner Cable. 
“Round 1” was a lecture on “Elections from a Strategic Point of View” before the Nov. 6 elections.  “Round 2” was a follow-up discussion on the outcome and early activity of the new Trump administration.  “Round 3” will be a discussion and review at the 6 month point of the Trump’s administration.  Possible topics may include climate change, “the wall”, healthcare, and foreign policy. 

Held at Central Congregational Church Hall                           Please Register:  831-1800




History Discussion Group –with Bristol Community College
Friday, May 12 at 11 am

This is an opportunity to share your knowledge and ideas with a small group of Bristol Community students. They will be accompanied by, Jennifer Vincent, Adjunct Faculty of Behavorial and Social Sciences. The students have asked for our members to be a part of a discussion group on the Civil War. Points of discussion will be on how the war almost divided our country, the Battle of Gettysburg, Fort Sumter, issues of slavery, how many different countries existed on the American continent, and President Abraham Lincoln.
Please register: 831-1800