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Events

Sep 21
Sep 21

Cancelled Today: The Inner Workings of The Outer Limits Class (9/21 only)

B. Hilliard
9:30 am11:00 am
Sep 21
Sep 21

Speakers Bureau: Harriet Tubman

Presented by Neil Frankel                                   
Location: Legacy at Fairways, Victor, NY
2:00 pm3:00 pm
Sep 21
Sep 21

News & Events Submission Deadline

Any member may submit their photos, “shout-outs,” or articles to oshernews@yahoo.com for inclusion in the monthly newsletter.
4:30 pm4:31 pm
Sep 24
Sep 24

One-Session Class: John Bartram: America’s First Botanist [F4aM]

If you have never heard of John Bartram, you are not alone. He was a unique individual who provided information, seeds, plants, and scientific data to America’s Founding Fathers and to many in Europe. A Quaker (1699-1777) with limited formal education, he still made important contributions to plant science. [[Gerald Honch is a retired neurologist and member of Osher since 2008. He is also a Master Gardner associated with the Cornell Cooperative Extension.]]
11:15 am12:45 pm
Sep 25
Sep 25

Penfield Rotary Visit & Tour

11:30 am1:30 pm
Sep 25
Sep 25

Nominating Committee Meeting

12:45 pm1:30 pm
Sep 26
Sep 26

Apple/Mac SIG

3:15 pm4:15 pm
Sep 27
Sep 27

Pfaudler Lecture: Lake Ontario Levels & Plan 2014: Environmental Redemption or Disaster?

Presented by Christine Keiner, Ph.D., RIT associate professor in the Department of Science, Technology, and Society
Location: Classroom #3/4
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Sep 27
Sep 27

Summer Seminar Meeting

3:30 pm4:30 pm
Sep 28
Sep 28

Purls of Wisdom Knitting SIG

11:00 am1:00 pm
Sep 28
Sep 28

Women's Group SIG

1:00 pm3:00 pm
Oct 01
Oct 1

One-Session Class: The Mathematics and Logic of Sudoku [F4bM]

After an introduction to sudoku, we will view The Great Courses lecture "Mathematics of Games and Puzzles", then cover tricks and techniques to solve a sudoku during class. Please bring pencils. [[Julian Thomas has been working with and studying mathematics, computer programming, and system engineering design and architecture for his entire career.]]
11:15 am12:45 pm
Oct 02
Oct 2

Speakers Bureau: New Netherland: The Dutch Colony Which Became New York

Presented by Tom Lathrop
Location: NYSUT (New York State United Teachers) Retiree Conference
11:30 am12:30 pm
Oct 03
Oct 3

How to Lead a Course at Osher

Presented by Mike S. & Mary B. Did you know that all our courses are led by fellow members? We would certainly benefit from having new course leaders to help expand our offerings. Join us to find out how to get started.
Location: Classroom #5
12:50 pm1:25 pm
Oct 03
Oct 3

Executive Committee Meeting

3:00 pm4:00 pm
Oct 04
Oct 4

Pfaudler Lecture: What’s Up and What’s Down with Fracking

Presented by Daniel E. Robertson, Dean of STEM and Health Department, Monroe Community College
Location: Classroom #3/4
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Oct 05
Oct 5

Installation of new Osher projectors - No SIGS today

8:30 am4:30 pm
Oct 08
Oct 8

One-Session Class: The Rise and Fall of One of the World’s Most Celebrated Medical Schools [F4cM]

The University of Vienna Medical School was a mecca for medical students and practicing physicians from all over the world in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The course will cover the medical school’s history with emphasis on the changes that took place after the Nazis annexed Austria. [[Nitra Hillyer has been examining the history of the University of Vienna Medical School and its policies toward its Jewish faculty and students.]]
11:15 am12:45 pm
Oct 08
Oct 8

Winter Course Proposals Due

Extended from 10/1
4:30 pm
Oct 09
Oct 9

Nominating Committee Meeting

12:45 pm1:30 pm

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