March 10 - 14
Please silence your cell phones
and cover your coffee cups!
At the request of Rivers Run, please do not bring food or drink
into the Rivers Run classrooms.
Monday, March 10th, 11:15 – 12:45
Mayan Calendars, presented by Roger Gans, in Classroom #3/4
Thursday, March 13th
Pfaudler Enrichment Series, 12 – 1pm
YMCA of Greater Rochester: 160 Years of Community Service, presented by George Romell, President and CEO, YMCA of Greater Rochester, in Classroom #3/4
Monday, March 17th, 11:15 – 12:45
Paley on Park Avenue (film), presented by Sandy Smith & Lewis Neisner, in Classroom #3/4
Monday, March 17th, 3:30 pm
How to Lead a Course at Osher: Almost Everything You Need to Know, in Classroom #2
This informal session is intended for first-time course leaders and for members who have been thinking about possibly leading a course. We will cover some philosophical, but mostly practical, information that a potential course leader needs to know. If you are planning to attend, please contact Peter Luce at firstname.lastname@example.org. He will send you some information prior to the session.
Thursday, March 20th, 12 – 1pm
Pfaudler Enrichment Series
Trials and Tribulations of an Overachiever, presented by Elaine Spaull, Executive Director, The Center for Youth; and Rochester City Council member, East District, in Classroom #3/4
Friday, March 28th, Noon – 2:30pm
Albert Paley Event – Note the new location
Arts & Lectures hosts this lecture, reception, and book signing. The sign-up deadline has been extended to 3/15 since we have moved the event to the Robert F. Panara Theatre at NTID, Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) building 60 on the RIT campus. Sign up today!
Sign Up Now For Our Intersession Events!
April 1st at 11am: a tour of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability at RIT. We are meeting here at 10:30 to car pool. April 3rd at 10 am: a viewing of the film Gasland II here at Osher.
Please sign up at the table under the electronic board in the lobby.
Please silence your cell phones & cover your coffee cups! At the request of Rivers Run, please do not bring food or drink into the Rivers Run classrooms. Please be considerate and don’t use the chairs reserved for the mobility-impaired members who need them. Thank you!
W10 - The Affordable Care Act and Health Care Reform: An Update
W12 - Quantitative Reasoning
W16 - The Greater Journey by David McCullough
W27 - Issues in American Foreign Policy
W34 - Local to Worldwide Poverty: Causes, Trends, and Solutions
W35 - You Be the Critic...
W37 - American Pastoral by Philip Roth (afternoon)
W45 - Issues in American Foreign Policy #2
W42 - Italian - Beginner
W44 - Italian - Advanced