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Opportunity is Knocking Take this OPPORTUNITY to learn more about Lions Gate’s resort-style senior living Tuesday, September 17th 11:00am Lions Gate Commons Hall 1110 Laurel Oak Road Voorhees, NJ 08043 When you come home to Lions Gate, you have the OPPORTUNITY to live the life you’ve earned…and deserve! ACTIVITIES:  It’s easy to stay on-the-go with...

Space… The Final Frontier, of Archaeology?  8/22 11:00 AM/CH Lecture Series w/ Dr. Steve Space… The Final Frontier, of Archaeology?---In early June 2016 the announcement of the discovery of a “massive” new ancient monument, “hiding in plain sight” at the 2,000 year-old city of Petra, Jordan, made international headlines...

The Pacific and Antarctica 8/21 11:00 PM/CH Hosted by: Professor Judy Okun We will explore the far reaches of the earth as we investigate the ice-bound continent of Antarctica and the far-flung Pacific islands. History, exploration, current issues will be our focus. Open to the public.  Call for more information.  ...

Discovering the Land Down Under 8/7 1:00 PM/CH Hosted by: Professor Judy Okun Join us as we explore the amazing continent of Australia through slides and lively discussion. We will delve into prehistory, exploration, colonization and current issues. Open to the public.  Call for more information.  ...

March 17th 11:00 AM & 1:00 PM Instructor: Gerry Tremblay In Humperdinck's HANSEL & GRETEL the children are beset by ills that test their survival capacities. How do they triumph over their troubles and survive? Come and enjoy this Metropolitan Opera performance and revel in their triumph over life's...

Saturdays 2:00 PM/CH Sacred Texts of the World Throughout history, religious expression has been an essential human activity, deeply influencing the development of cultures and civilizations. Today, even after centuries of scientific empiricism, the world’s major religions are as active as ever, continuing to speak profoundly to their...

Textiles in Ancient Egypt 7/25 11:00 AM/CH Theancient Egyptians were renowned master weavers, even in their own time. Large quantities of linen were required for things we can still relate to, such as clothing and household uses, as well as for things we associate with ancient Egypt specifically,...

Pets in Ancient Egypt 7/11 11:00 AM/CH  Humans began domesticating wild animals at least 12,000 to 14,000 years ago. Domesticated animals, such as cattle, fowl, sheep, and goats, not only served as a being a source of food and raw materials, they could also serve as pets, as...

7/17 11:00 AM/CH Hosted by: Professor Judy Okun Through slides and discussion, we will explore the geography, history and current issues in the dynamic Asia Pacific--Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. Seafaring, trade and political issues will be our focus. Open to the public.  Call for more information....

The Lions Gate Culinary Experience Four Course Conversation Thursday, July 18th or 25th 5:30pm Lions Gate Commons Hall 1110 Laurel Oak Road Voorhees, NJ 08043 Join us at Lions Gate for an elegant, four-course dinner, complete with kosher wine pairings and a live cooking presentation by Executive Chef, Shannon Johnson. Course 1: Summer Orzo Soup Wine...