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Events

Jan 16
Jan 16

Apple/MAC SIG

3:30 pm4:30 pm
Jan 17
Jan 17

Speakers Bureau: Rochester POI (Persons of Interest)

by Bob Vukosic
Location: "Time Out for Women Program" at the Greece Town Center
9:00 am10:00 am
Jan 17
Jan 17

Spanish Class Almuerza (Lunch)

12:45 pm1:30 pm
Jan 17
Jan 17

Council Meeting - Osher

3:15 pm4:15 pm
Jan 17
Jan 17

Speakers Bureau: Rochester POI Greece Community Center

7:00 pm8:00 pm
Jan 18
Jan 18

Pfaudler Lecture: Willow Domestic Violence (formerly Alternatives for Battered Women)

Presented by a representative from Willow Center
Location: Classroom #3/4
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Jan 19
Jan 19

Purls of Wisdom (Knitting) SIG

1:00 pm2:30 pm
Jan 19
Jan 19

Speakers Bureau - Jim Nofziger, Mesoamerica

2:00 pm3:00 pm
Jan 22
Jan 22

One-Session Course: How Two New National Parks Celebrating American Women Were Created

[Presented by Nancy Dubner] This presentation will focus on the citizen efforts to create two new national parks in New York State. They are Val Kill, Eleanor Roosevelt's Home in Hyde Park and The Women's Rights Park in Seneca Falls. Nancy Dubner had a central role with both parks. She will discuss the mechanisms and pitfalls such citizen efforts face. When you know their stories you will surely visit them with renewed appreciation.
Location: Classroom #3/4
11:15 am12:45 pm
Jan 22
Jan 22

Spring Course Proposals Due

4:30 pm
Jan 24
Jan 24

Spanish Class Almuerza (Lunch)

12:45 pm1:30 pm
Jan 24
Jan 24

Course Proposal Review (COC)

3:00 pm4:30 pm
Jan 25
Jan 25

Pfaudler Lecture: While We Still Can: Historic US Route 20 Tour

Presented by Canandaigua residents Rob and Carole Lillis
Location: Classroom #3/4
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Jan 25
Jan 25

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
Jan 29
Jan 29

One-Session Course: Margaret Fuller

[Presented by Jane Bertram] Margaret Fuller, an early 19th Century educator, author, journalist and Women's Rights advocate said that every human must be allowed "as a nature to grow, as an intellect to discern, as a soul to live freely." She provided inspiration to Elizabeth Candy Stanton and the women of Seneca Falls as they wrote the "Declaration of Sentiments." Jane Bertram enjoys learning about important but not well known women who have made significant contributions to humanity.
Location: Classroom #3/4
11:15 am12:45 pm
Jan 30
Jan 30

Summer Seminar Meeting

3:15 pm4:30 pm
Jan 31
Jan 31

Spanish Class Almuerza (Lunch)

12:45 pm1:30 pm
Jan 31
Jan 31

Wizard & Tech Committee Policy Meeting

3:00 pm4:30 pm
Feb 01
Feb 1

Pfaudler Lecture: Food Insecurity and Food Access: Foodlink’s Work in Central and Western NY

Presented by Laura Sugarwala, director of nutrition and food safety for Foodlink
Location: Classroom #3/4
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Feb 02
Feb 2

Purls of Wisdom (Knitting) SIG

1:00 pm2:30 pm

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