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Tuition free classes

If you took a tuition-free class in the Fall 2016 semester you only need to complete the OLLI Tuition-free registration form. 

If you did not take a tuition-free class in the Fall 2016 semester you will need to complete a Sierra College/OLLI application AND the tuition-free registration form.

To request an application and/or registration form be sent to you, please call the OLLI office or send an email to olli@sierracollege.edu and leave your mailing address.

Mail completed form(s) to: OLLI at Sierra College, 316 Vernon Street, Suite 200, Roseville, CA 95678

Summer 2017 Classes

Drama 809

Comedy in French Cinema

Comedy, one of the oldest examinations of the human condition, is universal. Portrayed in a comic or satirical tone depicting amusing people and incidents, comedic characters ultimately triumph over adversity. Humor and satire also examine and reflect upon situations pertaining to the characters’ social and cultural groups as expressed in their language. This course examines Francophone (French speaking) comedic cinema through continent, culture and social nuances. Films are subtitled.
Ellen Sander

Roseville Center (Vernon), Room 259
#61399, 6/12-7/10, no class 7/3
Mon., 1:00–4:00pm

English 814

Write Your Memoir

From your first written word to a book, this class is designed to help you write your memoir. Learn how to outline and organize your ideas. Write new material each session. Share what you have written outside of class. Meet in a safe, low-key environment. Teacher evaluation of your work is offered. Write a memoir to share with your family or to leave for posterity.
Sue Clark

Twelve Bridges Library, Willow Room
#61401, 6/20-7/25, no class 7/4
Tues., 2:30–4:00pm

English 812

How to Write Cowboy Poetry

Have you wondered what it would be like to write cowboy poetry or lyrics? In this class we will read poetry by well known cowboys past and present, listen to their recordings, learn how to write our own cowboy poetry or lyrics, and maybe someday read a poem at one of the Cowboy Poetry Gatherings held throughout America’s Western States, including Loomis, California, or at open mic in Lincoln. Cowboy poetry is fun!
Sue Clark

Roseville Center (Vernon), Room 229
#61400, 6/19-7/24, no class 7/3
Mon., 3:30–5:00pm

Music 810

Puccini! Five Operas in Five Weeks

These timeless masterpieces are well worth enjoying again and again. Manon Lescaut, La Bohème, Tosca, Madama Butterfly and La Fanciulla del West. Placido Domingo, Kiri Te Kanawa, Teresa Stratas, Angela Gheorghiu and Roberto Alagna are just a few of the stars who help bring these dramas to life.
Steve Miller

Rocklin Campus, Room D-12
#61402, 6/20-7/25, no class 7/4
Tues., 10:00am–1:00pm

Nevada County Campus, Room N12-103
#61403, 6/22-7/27, no class 7/6
Thurs., 1:00–4:00pm

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  • Roseville Center
  • 316 Vernon Street
    Roseville, CA 95678
  • Summer M-Th: 8:00am - 4:00pm

Shari Smith Program Coordinator, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)

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