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Zentangle

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 - 3:00pm
Online via Zoom
In 5 days 4 hours

Tuesdays, September 1, 15, 29, 3:00 p.m.
Zoom Meeting ID: 883 1170 2206
Instructor: Karen Rushton

The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing,
and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing
structured patterns called tangles. You create tangles
with combinations of dots, lines, simple curves,
S-curves, and orbs. This class is open to all levels and
experiences.

The Stagecoach in Iowa City

Tuesday, October 6, 2020 - 1:00pm
Online via Zoom
In 1 week 5 days

Zoom Meeting ID: 969 8525 5469
Presenter: Tom Schulein

When one hears about stagecoaches, thoughts turn
to the "Old West" and not to Iowa. But, Iowa was in
the west at one time. And, yes, there was not only a
stagecoach presence in Iowa City, but some coaches
were even manufactured here. This presentation will
explore the history of the stagecoach with a focus on
Iowa City.

When Iowans Voted No: The 1916 Referendum on Women's Suffrage

Friday, October 9, 2020 - 3:00pm
Online via Zoom
In 2 weeks 1 day

Zoom Meeting ID: 989 8403 8273
Presenter: Anna Tunnicliff, Iowa Women's Archives

Did you know the Iowa General Assembly considered
a women's suffrage amendment in almost every
session for over 40 years? But the question wasn't put
to voters until 1916! The ensuing campaigns for and
against women's suffrage and the reasons for the
referendum's ultimate failure will be considered.

National Coming Out Day Film Chat: A Secret Love

Monday, October 12, 2020 - 2:00pm
Online via Zoom
In 2 weeks 4 days

Celebrate LGBTQ+ folks on National Coming Out Day
by viewing A Secret Love on Netflix, then joining in a
film discussion hosted by The Center. This tender film
offers a window into the lives of Terry and Pat, a
lesbian couple who lived for six decades, in public and
to kin, as dear friends. The documentary opens on the
women in old age, when Terry’s close niece is urging
them to enter a nursing home. Pat, gruff but
affectionate, is reluctant to make the move.

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