Bienes historie Part 2 - ONLINE


Join us this winter as we continue reading Bienes historie, a best-selling novel that combines three intertwining stories about relationships between parents and children, grief and vulnerability. William is a melancholic biologist and seed merchant in England in 1852. He sets out to build a completely new type of beehive that will bring honor and fame to both himself and his children. George is a beekeeper in the USA in 2007 and is fighting against the odds, but he hopes his son can be the farm's saviour. Tao works with hand pollination in a future China where the bees have disappeared. She wants more than anything else for her son to get an education and a better life than herself. This class is intended for learners who seek a challenge and desire to actively engage in their learning through speaking, reading and writing.

Text: Bienes historie by Maja Lunde

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Tuesday, 1:30pm - 3:30pm

January 10th - March 14th

Instructor: Christine Midelfort

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Event Date Tue-Jan-10-2023 1:30 pm
Event End Date Tue-Mar-14-2023 3:30 pm
Registration Start Date Thu-Dec-01-2022 10:00 am
Cut off date Tue-Jan-17-2023 8:00 pm
Individual Price $220.00
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