LifeQuest of Arkansas, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, is a place for older active adults of central Arkansas to enjoy life-long learning and giving back to the community.
Schedule for the Remainder of 2013
• Spring Term—April 3 thru May 23
• Summer Term—July 10 thru July 31
• Fall Term—Sept. 18 thru Nov. 7
Enroll in AIL Spring Term Classes
The $70 fee covers all Wed. & Thur. classes for the full eight-week term, April 3rd - May 23rd.
Some classes require an additional class fee.
After Swedish immigrants moved out of the city, the traditional Swedish spirit was adopted by different ethnic groups. Bartenders eventually rediscovered the bitter spirit, too, and have helped to fuel its revival in Chicago.
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A British couple believes they've come across a hot cross bun that was baked more than 200 years ago. Host Scott Simon explains.
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