BLUE HILL — Registration for Colloquy Downeast winter courses is now open.
Beginning its 11th year, Colloquy Downeast is a nonprofit volunteer organization offering a variety of topics for discussion and study.
The weekly seminars are led by local facilitators and emphasize participation and discussion.
Winter Seminars include “Samuel de Champlain: Early Explorer of Maine and Father of New France” with John Roberts; “American Power: Our Prospects on the Future World Stage” with Ron Lesko; “Biodiversity” with David Porter; “Sustaining a Community Scale Fishery: Ecological and Policy Issues” with Robin Alden and Ted Ames; “Shackleton” with Ruth Davis; and “The Globalization Paradox: Democracy and Capitalism in a World of Nation States” with Richard Howe.
Pre-registration is required with a limit of 15 participants per seminar. Advance registration is required.
For a description of each seminar, go to www.colloquydowneast.org or write to Colloquy Downeast at P.O. Box 394, Blue Hill, ME 04614.