The Princeton Adult School (PAS), whose motto is “Learning Never Ends,” crafted a selection of 145 classes that reflect a creativity and commitment to excellence characteristic of PAS’s 81 years of serving the community.
Any in-person classes are in a COVID-safe environment, and the small virtual classes feature instructors trained to connect with their students via Zoom, according to information provided by PAS.
The two featured lecture series include the 10 key campaigns of the American Revolution with instructor Roger Williams, secretary of the Princeton Battlefield Society; and Princeton University science, innovation and technology experts expound on the theme: Innovation Making the Culture Thrive.
Other selections include haiku writing, standup comedy, beekeeping, cartooning, learning a new language, enhancing computer and social media skills, or obtaining a clearer understanding of the criminal justice system in the context of structural racial discrimination.
According to PAS President Darren Zagarola, the offerings are particularly wide ranging, covering the arts, politics, humanities, history, health and wellness, food and drink, business and technology, home and garden, and world languages, including English as a Second Language.
In this election year, PAS is offering a three-part virtual series on the 2020 election in New Jersey. New Jersey’s renowned elections commentator Ingrid Reed has put together three panel discussions featuring academics, journalists and politicians. The PAS is sponsoring the program in collaboration with the Princeton Public Library, and there will be no charge.
Visit www.princetonadultschool.org to register for classes.
Call the office at 609-683-1101 for assistance.