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9/4, 9/11, 9/18 & 9/25 @ 2:00 PM/CH Hosted by: Professor Irene Sfakianos We continue our series of Biographies.  By focusing on one Artist each time we meet, we take the opportunity to examine the Artist, his or her work, and biographical information which helps us...

Every Monday @ 3:00 PM/CH Join host Jeanette Axelrod as she reviews and leads discussions on the weekly news and events happening around the world....

8/1, 8/8, 8/15, 8/22 & 8/29 7:30 PM/CH 8/1 Jerry Ohrbach – Jerry Ohrbach migh have been the most employed leading man of Broadway and film in the 20th Century. He is known for his appearances in “42nd Street,” “The Fantasticks,” “Promises, Promises,” “Annie Get Your...

8/9, 8/16, 8/23 & 8/30 11:00AM/CH Instructor: Gary Scarpello 8/9 Josephine Baker – One of the most famous American expatriates of the 20th Century, Josephine Baker left the U.S. for France and pursued the successful entertainment career that was denied her as a Black woman in America....

8/2, 8/16, 8/30 @ 2:30 PM/CH Instructor: Pat Worley Zimanga Game Preserve  8/2 Pat’s recent adventure to Africa placed her in underground hides where she was able to view elephants, wildebeest and various other wildlife and birds up close and personal both during the day and at night! Many...

8/4 @ 1:30 PM/CH Hosted by: Trish Chambers It took 191 years after the founding of the Supreme Court for the first woman to be allowed to become part of that august body. Five magnificent women have achieved the position of Supreme Court Justice to date. Join Trish...

8/11 & 8/25 2:00 PM/ CH Instructor: Ira Miller          Nationalism in European music during the 19th century.  I will feature music from Hungary, Poland, Bohemia, and Russia.  During the late 1850s, five Russian composers, referred to as "The Five" or the "Mighty Handful" created a school of music...