November Classes

Peter's Walking Tours and Continuing Education Courses.

Hidden Clackamas County & Happy Valley: Natural & Human History
Sunday, November 4, 2018 
Course Number TBA 1 Credit $140
There can be additional materials and entrance fees. Check with the instructor for specific details for this class.

In this diversified new class, we‘ll explore two beautifully designed Metro parks and two Happy Valley city parks, where there are dozens of learning opportunities for students. In addition, we’ll look at local art and history.


Hidden Hillsboro
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Course Number SS410V or SS 510V 1 Credit $140
There can be additional materials and entrance fees. Check with the instructor for specific details for this class.

In this fun and diversified class, we will explore Downtown Hillsboro, Jackson Bottom wetlands and the Grand Lodge in Forest Grove in the morning. Later in the day, we will tour the campus of Pacific University, before concluding at the Rice Rock Museum in Hillsboro. This class will focus on local history, art, and the natural world. Dozens of ideas will be discussed for bringing information to students, through classroom lessons and field trips.

Exploring Portland's Orange Line MAX: Art, Architecture, History & Transportation
Saturday, November 17, 2018
Course Number: SS417Q/SS517Q 1 Credit $140
There can be additional materials and entrance fees. Check with the instructor for specific details for this class.

In this exciting new class, we‘ll explore the entire 7.3 mile length of the new Orange Light Rail MAX line, as it extends from the city of Milwaukie to Portland State University in SW Portland.. Along the way, we’ll discover local neighborhoods from Milwaukie to PSU, where we will examine the area’s amazing new artwork, natural areas along the Willamette River, a diversity of architecture and a wealth of local history. In addition, we will explore the new Tilikum Crossing Bridge, the first bridge in the nation designed specifically for public transportation vehicles, pedestrians and bicycles. Most importantly, we’ll discuss ways to bring the study of art, nature, local history, culture, transportation and recreation to our students through meaningful classroom lessons and on field trips. Our adventures will provide ideas that will energize history, science, math, writing and art activities across the curriculum in K-12 classrooms.