Women’s Classes Underway
Ann Arbor Women’s Community School will begin its Winter Session January 22, 1973. Most courses will be at the Michigan Union, 3rd floor, South Wing on Monday, Tuesdays, and Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:00 p.m.
This is the third session of the Women’s Community School which attempts to provide informal courses which develop women’s practical skills as well as broaden women’s knowledge in an informal setting.
“The number of women who have attended courses has increased and the returnees have said that the relaxed atmosphere has been one of the most important parts of the school”, according to Karon Van Gelder, one of the organizers of the school. She reiterated that “all women are welcome.”
This session’s courses include: Auto Mechanics, Children’s Literature, Dance, French Gourmet Cooking, Home Repair, Lesbianism, Marriages: A Complex Contract, Pen and Ink, Women in Political Philosophy, and Women’s Survival: Day to Day Methods.
Childcare and carpools will be arranged, and each woman will be asked to contribute $2.00 to cover child care and printing costs.
All classes except Home Repair, Marriage and Auto Mechanics will be conducted on the 3rd floor, Michigan Union South Wing.
Women’s Community School will also be sponsoring other events this winter, including a series of one evening discussions on related topics. For more information, call 763-4186.