Homeschooling & Lifelong Learning

Mt. Juliet Library - Education Series
Spring 2022

 

HomeSchooling takes place on Wednesdays at 1:00 PM for 4th grade through high school

LifeLong Learning takes place on Thursdays at 1:00 PM for everyone

These programs have been designed for the entire family to enjoy! Each month we will concentrate on different areas of either History or Science. At the end of each month, we will look into the “Tapestry of Time.” Think of “time” as being like a delicate tapestry all woven together to create the world as it is now. Now imagine, pulling a thread from that tapestry and watching it slowly unravel. Certain years in world history have been like those threads that radically altered history. Once a month we will look at a particular year and see how the tapestry was altered by the events of that year.

For more information e-mail us:

mjstaff@wilsoncolibrary.org

carl.mj@wilsoncolibrary.org


January – The Kennedy Years

5 & 6 – The March on Washington

19 & 20 – The Berlin Wall

24 - The Berlin Wall (Rescheduled Due to Weather)

26 & 27 –  The Year 1962 - The Cuban Missile Crisis

31 - The March on Washington (Encore Presentation)

 

February – Meteorology

2 & 3 – Energy and Weather

9 & 10 -- Factors Affecting Temperature

16 & 17 – The Year 2010 – The Tennessee Floods

 

March 2 & 3 - Special Presentation - Ukraine

 

March – China

16 & 17 – China and Taiwan - Admission to the United Nations

23 & 24 –  Classes Cancelled This Week 

30 & 31 - Classes Cancelled This Week 

 

April – China continued

6 & 7 – Chinese Domestic Conerns - Hong Kong and Tibet

13 & 14 -- China and the Uyhgurs

 

April - The Body Human

20 & 21 -- The Nervous System

27 & 28 -- The Skeletal System

 

May - The Body Human continued

4 & 5 -- The Development of the Microscope

 

Special Summer Presentations (Both Homeschoolers and LifeLong Learners Welcome)

These programs are designed for the enjoyment and education of the entire family.

June 30 @ 1:00pm - The Story of the Star-Spangled Banner

July 21 @ 1:00pm - The Olympics 776 BC

July 28 @ 1:00pm  - We Need to Laugh