The Sky in Science and Imagination. This course, run by, the Workers' Educational Association (WEA) charity will present some historically important objects, events and ideas in astronomy, showing how they have inspired both imaginative and scientific responses.
The six sessions will focus on Astrology, Shakespeare's Universe, Voyages to the Moon, and the inspiration the sky has given to music, art and writing. From Newton to Fats Waller' a whole cosmos to enjoy!
Tuesday evenings, 19.30 ' 21.001st October to 12th November 2019 (no session on 29th October)
Fee: £25 per person. Booking must be made in advance via the WEA either online at wea.org.uk or by calling 0300 303 3464, quoting Course Reference C3530645
Contact Doreen Harvey with any questions on 01458 241711 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The WEA is the Workers' Educational Association, and it's a charity that runs courses for all adults. It's been running for over 100 years and Long Sutton has had a branch since 1923. We are a really friendly group and attract a good number of people to our courses. Our motivation is 'Learning for Pleasure'.
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