A Walk in the Woods describes some of our OLLI members visiting the Crosby Arboretum.
Blowing Glass Christmas Ornaments is about another field trip. This time OLLI went to the only "hot glass" studio in Mississippi, Mohawk Steel and Glass. The ornament shown on the cover was made during that visit.
Making a Mask in Clay shows what can come from a simple lump of clay.
Women Who Raced ARound the World introduced OLLI members to two young women who traveled around the world in the 1890s and beat Jules Verne's fictional 80 day record.
Dave Reed, the Traveling Facilitator introduces, guess who, Dave Reed!
Forensic Anthropology. Bones, Bullets and Clues, Oh, my. OLLI members became detectives.
Working Men of All Countries, Unite! traced the root causes of the social revolution begun by Karl Marx.
Fish (Pinch Pot) Mobile is a bonus article that didn't make it into the print editon. It tells about OLLI members making wind chimes at the Ohr O'Keefe Museum of Art.
Another bonus is pictures from Canvas Art by You.
Now, What Did I Come In Here For? Sound familiar? Read about memory studies
OLLI members are taking part in.
Piano Fun was fun. Read about rediscovering the keyboard.
Discover What You Said About some of our classes, seminars and field trips.
And read a little bit about OLLI's trip to the Mississippi Book Festival in Jackson.
In Calligraphy several OLLI members embraced a new form of communication.
It's an Insect's World -- OLLI member bites insect -- read all about it.
Betty Dettre's painting Mynell's Back Door inspired Carolyn
Crosby to write a story of the same title.
See a picture of one of our member's entry in the Pine Belt Quilters Fiber Art and Quilt Show.
Read a short poem about experiencing heart surgery.