Live. Learn. Share.
All Chesapeake Forum courses in progress or scheduled to begin before May 1, 2020 are cancelled due to the threat of COVID-19 and subsequent venue closures.
We will evaluate the situation in April and determine whether we will hold the programs scheduled to begin after May 1.
If you would like a refund for cancelled courses, or a pro-rated refund for courses that were in progress, please contact email@example.com, indicating your name, address, and the course(s) you registered for. If you do not request a refund, your fees will be donated to Chesapeake Forum.
Also, if you know of anyone involved in our programs who does not have access to email, please let them know about this notice.
Chesapeake Forum Board of Directors
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the Winter-Spring 2020 Semester of Chesapeake Forum,
an Academy for Lifelong Learning.
Following our exciting and successful launch of Chesapeake Forum in Fall 2019, our second semester presents even more engaging courses, all with an eye toward bringing opportunities for conversation and education to an audience that appreciates intellectual engagement.
This curriculum is the culmination of many hours of work by our volunteer board members in recruiting, scheduling, communicating, and fundraising, as evidenced by the significant increase in offerings, from 12 total courses in our first semester last fall to 19 multi-session and 10 single-session courses for Winter-Spring 2020.
We thank the Mid-Shore Community Foundation for giving us the not-for-profit umbrella needed to continue our work, and the additional ongoing guidance and support of the Grayce B. Kerr Fund.
We look forward to seeing you in our new programs, and hope you will join us as well in suggesting new programs and course leaders, sharing your experiences, and helping us spread the word about Chesapeake Forum throughout Talbot County.
Chesapeake Forum is an intellectual cooperative of lifelong learning, with courses planned, run, and led by dedicated volunteer faculty. Chesapeake Forum is open to everyone who wishes to learn, and welcomes anyone willing to listen and discuss a myriad of topics with an open mind and a respectful curiosity for the views of others.
With a continuously changing curriculum, Chesapeake Forum offers sessions on current events, cooking, literature, history, art, music, and writing along with outdoor courses on birding, tree identification, and much more. There is also an occasion trip to a museum or historic site of interest.
Chesapeake Forum welcomes anyone willing to share their knowledge, experience, or passion. If you are interested in leading a Chesapeake Forum course, please complete the online course proposal form via the link provided below.
Your contribution allows us to continue offering courses, discussions, presentations, field trips, and events that encompass diverse topics.
Chesapeake Forum is under the umbrella of the Mid-Shore Community Foundation.
Chesapeake Forum, PO Box 544, Easton, MD 21601 US