Housing & Home Issues

Upcoming Courses


Wish you had more birds, bees, and butterflies where you live? This class will discuss how to improve the habitat around you using native plants, whether you have a traditional yard, container garden, or community space.

Tuesdays, Mar 26 and Apr 2, WHC, Living Room (Deanery) ( No seats currently available )
Before he became the nation's first landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted was a failed sailor, farmer, writer, and gold miner. His writings influenced international opinion on slavery, and his vision created a system of parks which would remain relevant for hundreds of years. This course will focus on Olmsted's life and world, a time of civil war, rapid nation-building, and the beginning of the American park system.

Mondays and Wednesdays, May 6, 8, 13, 15, Special Programs Building, Classroom 156 ( No seats currently available )
Finding local support services is as simple as a click of a mouse. Learn how to find information about health and aging issues, financial concerns, legal questions, caregiver support, housing and assisted living communities, and much more.

Monday, April 22, Special Programs Building, Classroom 156
We'll help you understand long term care as well as the options available to pay for care. What is the most tax-efficient way, based on an individual's circumstances, to pay for long term care? There is no one-size-fits-all solution.

Wednesday, Mar 13, Special Programs Building, Classroom 156