Classes, trips slated by Roland Park ES

January 05, 1992

The second semester of the Roland Park Country School Evening School begins Feb. 10 with a program of non-credit courses and trips for adults. The school is at 5204 Roland Ave.

Among the courses being offered are "A Jungian Approach to Dream Interpretation," to be taught by Sally Hopkins, and "Classics by Black European Authors," to be taught by Dorothy Trench-Bonett.

Also, "Who Do They Say that I Am," based on biographies of Jesus by Albert Schweitzer, D.H. Lawrence and Robert Graves and taught by A. Zoland Leishear. Carleton Jones will teach an illustrated series on "The Hidden History of Maryland," and Dr. G. Hamilton Mowbray will teach classes on "The Wines of Spain and Portugal."

"Learn to Draw I and II," and "Watercolor Workshop I and II," will be taught by Anthea Smith and Dolores Andrew. Mrs. Andrew and Mrs. Smith will lead a summer art workshop June 16-30 in St. Davids, Wales.

Kitty Chin will teach a series on "Cooking the Chinese Way," and Bonnie Rapoport will do a series of demonstrations of "Spring Menus."

Rob Wood will teach a series on "Dried Flowers and Herbal Arrangements," and Annette Richter will direct a workshop on "Spring Flower Designs."

In May, Germaine Sharretts will lead a two-week trip to Italy and Sicily, and in the fall Kay Cavanaugh will lead a two-week trip to Portugal and Spain.

For more information and a brochure listing all classes and trips, call (410) 323-5500.

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