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We offer fall, spring and summer courses at various locations across Oklahoma City. Topics change each semester and range from art, history, culture, cinema, cuisine and more.
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Oklahoma City Summer 2024 Course Offerings

Course registration now open!
  • OS24-141 Let's Do Lunch!

    Monday, 11:30a-1p| 5/20-6/10 No meeting on 5/27

    Format: Participation

    Instructor: Various

    Location: At location

    Important Info: A La Carte Price: $10


    Let's meet for lunch at:

    • 5/20 Sheesh Mahal
    • 5/27 Holiday - we won't meet
    • 6/3 The Press
    • 6/10 Saj Lebanese Cuisine

    See you there!

  • OS24-0331 Fraud Prevention

    Wednesday, 10a-12p | 6/5

    Format: Presentation

    Instructor: AARP Instructor

    Location: MOVED TO ONLINE.

    If you register for this class, you will be moved to the online session.

    Important Info: A La Carte Price: $10


    Learn about the most common frauds and scams, plus tips and recommendations to keep your hard-earned money and identity safe.

  • OS24-0341 HomeFit for Aging in Place

    Wednesday, 10a-12p | 6/12

    Format: Presentation

    Instructor: Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist

    Location: MOVED TO ONLINE

    If you register for this class, you will be moved to the online session.

    Important Info: A La Carte Price: $10

    Learn about smart ways to make a home comfortable, safe and a great fit for older adults. This workshop will provide information on how to decide what type of home modifications are needed for older adults at home as they age. It also provides ideas and inspiration on making those modifications.

  • OS24-0421 Museum of Osteology Tour & Activity

    Thursday, 10a-12p | 5/30

    Format: Tour

    Location: At Location

    Important Info: $25 both levels. Register by 5/16. No refunds after this date. No shows will be charged. Nonmembers welcome for $10 more.

    Cancellation deadlines: Thursday, 5/9 for 100%. Thursday, 5/16 for 50%.


    Forensic Osteology: Human Skulls

    This is a crime lab-based program focusing on the forensic investigation of various types of trauma to the human skull. After a basic introduction to skull osteology and lab procedures, students will break up into teams to determine what happened by using a variety of tools from a forensic science kit to evaluate and document key evidence. Museum-quality replicas of human skulls from actual crime scenes are used in this program. After we've solved the crime, we'll tour this fascinating museum.

  • OS24-211 Protecting the Honeybee and Our Food Chain

    Tuesdays, 10a-12p, 2wks | 5/21 & 5/28

    Format: Lecture

    Instructor: Paul Gustafson, Environmental Preservation Advocate

    Location: MOVED TO ONLINE

    If you register for this class, you will be moved to the online session.

    Important Info: A La Carte Price: $15


    The honeybee’s pollination has a direct impact on our food chain, yet the number of hives is declining around the world. In this class, we’ll address the importance of preserving and increasing honeybee hives. We’ll also address the ways in which humans and honeybees can symbiotically protect and benefit one another. You’ll have an understanding of honeybee colonies and how beekeepers encourage honeybee proliferation. You’ll learn what actions can be taken by individuals and groups to intentionally foster an increase in honeybee colonies in the U.S. and how to physically start and support new honeybee colonies, as well as local education options in your neighborhood and community.

  • OS24-212 Movies: Let's Go to the Circus! - CANCELED

    Tuesdays, 1:30-4p, 3wks | 5/21-6/4

    Format: Participation

    Instructor: Dennis Scott, Film Historian

    Location: TBD

    Important Info: A La Carte Price: $25


    Let’s run away to the circus on the silver screen. We’ll start with the wild west version of a show with Betty Hutton as a sharpshooter in “Annie Get Your Gun” (1950). Next, we’ll visit “The Greatest Show on Earth” (1952), with Hutton as an aerialist, joined in the cast by James Stewart, Gloria Grahame and Charlton Heston. We’ll finish with “Billy Rose’s Jumbo” (1962), starring an elephant, Doris Day and Jimmy Durante.


    Robert Redford Movies will be offered in the fall session.

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