Princeton Senior Resource Center to continue offering remote courses this fall

“Russian Literature in Historical Context,“ “History and Culture of Scotland,” and “Don Quixote” are just a few of the new courses that will be offered for the fall 2021 session of the Evergreen Forum, a program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center.

Starting in September the program will offer 22 science, literature, art, history, social studies, and culture courses, all on Zoom.

Returning instructors this fall include Phil Carchman who will be teaching “The Supreme Court: The Human Side of Justice,” Lloyd Gardner who will teach “Out of Vietnam,” and Dianne Sadoff, who will offer a class on David Copperfield.

Registration is a first-come, first-served. Online registration opens on Aug. 3 at 9:30 a.m. at

Classes begin the week of Sept. 27 and meet once a week for two hours. Fees are $95 for a six-to-eight-week course and $70 for a three-to-five-week course. Senior scholarships are available. Contact Sharon Hurley at or 609.751.9699, ext. 104 to apply.