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Events

Jan 22
Jan 22

Council Meeting - Osher

3:15 pm4:30 pm
Jan 23
Jan 23

Pfaudler Lecture: What the Trump Administration and Congress Do Vs. What They Say

Presented by David Cay Johnston, investigative reporter and winner of a Pulitzer Prize, IRE Medal, and George Polk Award
Location: Classroom #3/4
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Jan 24
Jan 24

Travel SIG

1:30 pm3:30 pm
Jan 24
Jan 24

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 27
Jan 27

Spring Course Proposals Due

4:30 pm
Jan 28
Jan 28

French-Language Lunch Group

12:50 pm1:20 pm
Jan 29
Jan 29

Course Offerings Committee Meeting

3:15 pm4:15 pm
Jan 30
Jan 30

Pfaudler Lecture: Exploring the Oceans as Both a Large Source and Sink of Atmospheric Greenhouse Gasses

Presented by John D. Kessler, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Oceanography, UR Earth & Environmental Sciences Department
Location: Classroom #3/4
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Jan 31
Jan 31

Purls of Wisdom (Knitting/Needlecrafts) SIG

11:00 am1:00 pm
Feb 03
Feb 3

One-Session Class: 1917-18: Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines – America’s First Female Service Members

World War I was the first conflict in which women were officially accepted as part of the US military. We will examine how this came about and study the nature of the service performed by these volunteers.Gary Mitchell is a lifelong student of military history. Over the last 10 years he has been researching the military history of America’s female service members.  
Location: Classroom #3/4
11:15 am12:45 pm
Feb 03
Feb 3

Technology Committee Meeting

3:30 pm4:30 pm
Feb 04
Feb 4

French-Language Lunch Group

12:50 pm1:20 pm
Feb 05
Feb 5

Executive Committee Meeting

3:15 pm5:15 pm
Feb 06
Feb 6

Pfaudler Lecture: Experiential Industrial Design Brings Sophisticated “Fetch” (i.e.: Cool) to Rochester Dining

Presented by Chuck Cerankosky, industrial design engineer (RIT BFA), owner of Good Luck (Esquire magazine’s The 18 Best Bars in America, 2016) and Radio Social, and founder of “Rochester Cocktail Revival Week”
Location: Classroom #3/4
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Feb 07
Feb 7

Photo SIG

1:15 pm3:15 pm
Feb 10
Feb 10

One-Session Class: Meet the Vikings

This travelogue of a June 2019 trip to Sweden includes visits to Bronze Age and Iron Age Viking sites as well as a tour of Stockholm’s prominent tourist attractions such as the Nobel and ABBA Museums. Also included are a look at Uppsala University, Sweden’s green practices, Midsummer celebration, and Swedish life and customs.Bob Vukosic is a world traveler who enjoys sharing his experiences and knowledge of the places that he has visited.  
Location: Classroom #3/4
11:15 am12:45 pm
Feb 11
Feb 11

French-Language Lunch Group

12:50 pm1:20 pm
Feb 12
Feb 12

Course Offerings Committee Meeting

3:15 pm4:15 pm
Feb 13
Feb 13

Pfaudler Lecture: Local News: Where It’s Been and Where It’s Heading

Presented by Michael Kilian, executive editor, Democrat & Chronicle
Location: Classroom #3/4
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Feb 17
Feb 17

One-Session Class: Roosters are Red and Butterflies are Mean

What are the secrets of good storytelling? What are the tale-telling answers you want to know but are afraid to ask? We’ll come together to frame the craft of telling tales.Jim Hooper has a background in teaching government human service workers including supervisors and managers.
Location: Classroom #3/4
11:15 am12:45 pm

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