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​Themes for the 2015 Chautauqua Lecture Series are listed below. These 90-minute lectures are held at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday during the summer season, unless otherwise noted. Please see the weekly Lakesider newspaper for detailed lecture descriptions and room locations. Download the 2015 Chautauqua Lecture Series & Educational Programs Booklet.

Week 1 (June 22-25)

World War II (June 22-25)
In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, many facets of this conflict will be examined. Presenters include Thomas Mach, PhD, Professor of History at Cedarville University.

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Week 2 (June 29-July 2)

Painting Ohio in Broad Brushstrokes (June 28)
Hope Taft, former First Lady of Ohio, and Guy Denny, former Chief of Natural Areas & Preserves for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, will speak on the vision, construction and upkeep of the Ohio Governor’s Residence & Heritage Gardens.

Gardening as Landscape Painting: Toward a New Naturalism (June 29-30)
Award-winning English garden designer, Amanda Patton, will discuss the creation of naturalistic planting schemes from both environmental and aesthetic perspectives.

A Photographer’s Guide to Ohio (July 1-2)
Environmental photographer, writer and naturalist, Ian Adams, will lecture on the beauty of Ohio’s natural, rural, historical and garden areas, as well as his work with Ohio dragonflies, damselflies and mushrooms.

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Week 3 (July 6-9)

C.S. Lewis (July 6-9) 
This combined Faith for Living Hour and morning education lecture series features Preacher of the Week, the Rev. Dr. Jerry Root, speaking on the life and works of C.S. Lewis (note special Faith for Living Hour/morning lecture time: 10-11:30 a.m.).

Health & Medicine (July 6-9)
This week's afternoon lecture theme will focus on health and medicine topics, including immunizations and the safe uses and risks of prescription pain medications.  

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Week 4 (July 13-16)

Higher Education in Ohio (July 13-16)
This week-long theme focuses on the current state of and future possibilities relating to higher education in Ohio, with leaders from multiple higher education institutions sharing their expertise and insight.

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Week 5 (July 20-23)

The World Economy (July 20-21)
Explore how the U.S. and countries around the world have an impact on the global economy. 

False Justice: Revisited (July 22-23)
Former Ohio Attorney General Jim Petro and his wife, Nancy, return to discuss the progress made on the issue of wrongful conviction and the revised edition of their book, False Justice:  Eight Myths that Convict the Innocent.

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Week 6 (July 27-31)

The Woman Suffrage Movement (July 27-28)
Cindy Wilkey, PhD, Associate Professor of History at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise, recounts the influential individuals and events impacting this time period in U.S. history.

Why Does Theology Matter? (July 29-30)
The Rev. Dr. Julian Davies, Pastor of The University Church Toledo, explores how theology shapes everyday life, is embodied in the work of the church, and helps individuals to align hearts and minds in order to love both God and neighbor.

Annual Vearl Smith Memorial Historic Preservation Workshop (July 31)
This Friday workshop provides opportunities to understand more about the concept of historic preservation both in general and specific to Lakeside Chautauqua.

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Week 7 (Aug. 3-6)

Seeking Peace in a Multi-Faith World (August 3-6)
A combined Faith for Living Hour and morning education lecture series features Preacher of the Week, the Rev. Dr. Sergei Nikolaev, speaking on Christian Existence in a Secular Nation (note special Faith for Living Hour/morning lecture time: 10-11:30 a.m.). This week's afternoon lecture theme will focus on Peace with Justice.

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Week 8 (Aug. 10-13)

The Armchair Traveler: International Art (August 10-11)
Carolyn Putney, Toledo Museum of Art Chief Curator (retired), and Richard Putney, PhD, University of Toledo Associate Professor of Art History (retired), will explore the art of Egypt, India and Italy.

Lake Erie & the Great Lakes (August 12-13)
A focus on historical events and current topics surrounding Lake Erie and the Great Lakes will be presented. 

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Week 9 (Aug. 17-21)

Civil War Week (August 17-21)
Lectures and educational programs will focus on the American Civil War, with lectures by Civil War historians including Dennis Frye, Chief Historian at Harpers Ferry National Park, and Dana Shoaf, Editor of Civil War Times.

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Week 10 (Aug. 24-27)

Lakeside University (August 24-27)
This Chautauqua Lecture Series theme showcases professors and professionals affiliated with Lakeside and favorite Lakeside presenters providing lectures on diverse topics related to their areas of expertise.

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Week 11 (Aug. 31-Sept. 3)

Special Workshops (August 31-September 3)
Experiential education opportunities will be the highlight of this week, with instructors teaching interactive, hands-on classes.

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Week 1 Schedule

World War II
MonJune 2210:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
The Causes of World War II
Thomas Mach, PhD
Professor of History
Cedarville University
MonJune 221:30-3 p.m.The War Our Soldiers Fought from D-Day to Berlin
Thomas Mach, PhD
Professor of History
Cedarville University
MonJune 223:30-5 p.m.A U-Boat Story
George Chioran, MD
TuesJune 2310:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
The Home Front in World War II
Thomas Mach, PhD
Professor of History
Cedarville University
TuesJune 231:30-3 p.m.The Pacific Theater
Thomas Mach, PhD
Professor of History
Cedarville University
WedJune 2410:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Life Aboard a Navy Destroyer - A World War II Experience
Richard Roumfort
Petty Officer, 2nd Class - U.S. Navy
World War II
WedJune 241:30-3 p.m.The Starving Dutch - A World War II Experience
Robert Penovich
1st Lieutenant, 8th Air Force
World War II
ThursJune 2510:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
From Toccoa to Bavaria: A World War II Experience
Jim "Pee Wee" Martin - A Toccoa Original
G Company / 506th PIR / 101st Airborne Division
World War II
ThursJune 251:30-3 p.m.The Dennison Train Depot in World War II
Mick Donato
Dennison Train Depot Historian
 

Week 2 Schedule

Painting Ohio in Broad Brushstrokes
SunJune 282 p.m.Painting Ohio in Broad Brushstrokes
Hope Taft, Former First Lady of Ohio
Guy Denny, Former Chief of Natural Areas & Preserves for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources
Gardening as Landscape Painting: Toward a New Naturalism
MonJune 2910:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Gardening as Landscape Painting: Principles of Art
Amanda Patton
English Garden Designer
MonJune 291:30-3 p.m.Gardening as Landscape Painting: Elements of Art
Amanda Patton
English Garden Designer
TuesJune 3010:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Gardening as Landscape Painting: The Blank Canvas
Amanda Patton
English Garden Designer
TuesJune 301:30-3 p.m.Gardening as Landscape Painting: The Palette
Amanda Patton
English Garden Designer
A Photographer's Guide to Ohio
WedJuly 110:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
A Photographer’s Guide to Ohio – Volume I
Ian Adams
Environmental Photographer, Writer & Naturalist
WedJuly 11:30-3 p.m.A Photographer’s Guide to Ohio – Volume II
Ian Adams
Environmental Photographer, Writer & Naturalist
ThursJuly 210:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Dragonflies & Damselflies
Ian Adams
Environmental Photographer, Writer & Naturalist
ThursJuly 21:30-3 p.m.Mushrooms
Ian Adams
Environmental Photographer, Writer & Naturalist
Special Workshop
FriJuly 39 a.m.-1 p.m.iPhone Photography
Ian Adams
Environmental Photographer, Writer & Naturalist
 

Week 3 Schedule

C.S. Lewis (combined Faith for Living Hour/morning education lecture begins at 10 a.m.)
MonJuly 610 a.m.-
12 p.m.
C. S. Lewis: Humility as a Synonym for Honesty
The Rev. Dr. Jerry Root
C.S. Lewis Scholar & Billy Graham Center for Evangelism
Wheaton College
TuesJuly 710 a.m.-
12 p.m.
The Regarded Image: C. S. Lewis’s Medieval World View (Part I)
The Rev. Dr. Jerry Root
C.S. Lewis Scholar & Billy Graham Center for Evangelism
Wheaton College
WedJuly 810 a.m.-
12 p.m.
The Regarded Image: C. S. Lewis’s Medieval World View (Part II)
The Rev. Dr. Jerry Root
C.S. Lewis Scholar & Billy Graham Center for Evangelism
Wheaton College
ThursJuly 910 a.m.-
12 p.m.
The Surprising Imagination of C. S. Lewis
The Rev. Dr. Jerry Root
C.S. Lewis Scholar & Billy Graham Center for Evangelism
Wheaton College
Health & Medicine (afternoon lecture series)
MonJuly 61:30-3 p.m.Laugh Your Way to Less Stress, Less Pain & Better Health  (or maybe not)
Hank Cetola, PhD
Professor Emeritus of Psychology
Adrian College
TuesJuly 71:30-3 p.m.From Trauma to Triumph: A Stroke Survivor's Story
Jackie Mayer
Miss America 1963 & Stroke Survivor
WedJuly 81:30-3 p.m.Pain Medication Risk & Safe Use
Laura Perry, PharmD
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
The University of Findlay
ThursJuly 91:30-3 p.m.Immunizations: Past, present & what you should know to protect your future
Erin Thompson, PharmD
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
University of Findlay
Special Workshop
MonJuly 63:30-5 p.m.Essential Oils: Makeover Your Medicine Cabinet
Mary Beth Porcari
Wellness Advocate
 

Week 4 Schedule

Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis
MonJuly 138:15 p.m.Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis
Robert D. Putnam, PhD
Peter & Isabel Malkin Professor of Public Policy
Harvard University Kennedy School of Government
Please note: book signing to follow lecture
Higher Education in Ohio
MonJuly 1310:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Access, Affordability & Attainment: The basics of higher education & economic expansion
Jim Petro
Former Chancellor
Ohio Board of Regents
MonJuly 131:30-3 p.m.Online Learning in Higher Education: Problems & Possibilities
Julie Kling, EdD
Online Instructional Design Consultant
TuesJuly 1410:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Community Colleges: The People’s Colleges
Marsha Bordner, PhD
President Emerita
Terra State Community College
TuesJuly 141:30-3 p.m.Diversity on College Campuses Today
CJ Harkness
Director of Campus Diversity Affairs
Baldwin Wallace University
WedJuly 1510:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Small Private Colleges & Universities: Panel of Leaders
Panelists:
   Gordon Brollier, President, Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges
   Katherine Fell, PhD, President, University of Findlay
   Dale Knobel, PhD, President Emeritus, Denison University
WedJuly 151:30-3 p.m.Challenges Changing Higher Education
Katherine Fell, PhD
President
University of Findlay
ThursJuly 1610:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
From “The Beaver” to “The Bieb:” How colleges have adapted to meet the ‘Net’ generation
Rebecca Doak
Executive Director
The Center for Student Success & Office of Career Development
University of Mount Union
ThursJuly 161:30-3 p.m.The Future of Regional State Public Universities: Finding Your Niche
Mary Ellen Mazey, PhD
President
Bowling Green State University

Week 5 Schedule

The World Economy
MonJuly 2010:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
U.S. Prosperity & the Global Economy
Raymond Ahearn
Analyst & Research Manager (retired)
Congressional Research Service
Library of Congress
MonJuly 201:30-3 p.m.U.S. Trade Agreements & the Challenge of Shaping Globalization
Raymond Ahearn
Analyst & Research Manager (retired)
Congressional Research Service
Library of Congress
TuesJuly 2110:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
The Chinese Economy: Past, Present & Future
Francis Schortgen, PhD
Associate Professor of Political Science & International Studies
University of Mount Union
TuesJuly 211:30-3 p.m.China in the Global Economy
Francis Schortgen, PhD
Associate Professor of Political Science & International Studies
University of Mount Union
False Justice: Revisited
WedJuly 2210:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Convicting the Innocent: Are We Making Progress in Correcting & Preventing Miscarriages?
Jim & Nancy Petro
Authors of False Justice: Eight Myths that Convict the Innocent
WedJuly 221:30-3 p.m.Reforming Criminal Justice: Beyond Procedural Reforms, What Systemic Issues Challenge Fair & Equal Justice?
Jim & Nancy Petro
Authors of False Justice: Eight Myths that Convict the Innocent
ThursJuly 2310:30 a.m.CNN’s Death Row Stories: The John Thompson Case (documentary - 105 minutes)
NOTE: Question & Answer Session after documentary, led by Jim & Nancy Petro, Authors of False Justice: Eight Myths that Convict the Innocent
ThursJuly 231:30 p.m.An Unreal Dream: The Michael Morton Story  (documentary - 92 minutes)
NOTE: Question & Answer Session after documentary, led by Jim & Nancy Petro, Authors of False Justice: Eight Myths that Convict the Innocent
 

Week 6 Schedule

The Woman Suffrage Movement
MonJuly 2710:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
From 1848-1920: The Battle for Woman Suffrage
Cindy Wilkey, PhD
Associate Professor of History
University of Virginia - Wise
MonJuly 271:30 p.m.-
3 p.m.
Mothers, Generals & Suffragettes: Key Personalities of the Woman Suffrage Movement
Cindy Wilkey, PhD
Associate Professor of History
University of Virginia - Wise
TuesJuly 2810:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Oberlin & Beyond: Woman Suffrage in Ohio
Cindy Wilkey, PhD
Associate Professor of History
University of Virginia - Wise
TuesJuly 281:30 p.m.-
3 p.m.
Educator, Suffragist & CEO: the Life of Katharine Wright Haskell
Cindy Wilkey, PhD
Associate Professor of History
University of Virginia - Wise
Why Does Theology Matter?
WedJuly 2910:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Theology: You’re Already Doing It!
Julian Davies
Founding Pastor
The University Church Toledo
WedJuly 291:30 p.m.-
3 p.m.
Theology: Why Doesn’t Everyone Agree About It?
Julian Davies
Founding Pastor
The University Church Toledo
ThursJuly 3010:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Theology: Why Some Theologies Are Good & Others Not So Much
Julian Davies
Founding Pastor
The University Church Toledo
ThursJuly 301:30 p.m.-
3 p.m.
Theology: Ten Theological Matters We Each Will Face Today
Julian Davies
Founding Pastor
The University Church Toledo
Annual Vearl Smith Memorial Historic Preservation Workshop
FriJuly 3110:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
The History of Historic Preservation
David R. Mertz
Program Coordinator, Building Preservation/Restoration Technology
Belmont College
FriJuly 311:30-3 p.m.The Modern Historic Preservation Movement (1960's to Today)
David R. Mertz
Program Coordinator, Building Preservation/Restoration Technology
Belmont College
 

Week 7 Schedule

Seeking Peace in a Multi-Faith World (combined Faith for Living Hour/morning education lecture begins at 10 a.m.
MonAug. 310 -11:30 a.m.Development of Religion in Russia
The Rev. Dr. Sergei Nikolaev
Professor of Evangelism & President
United Methodist Seminary, Moscow, Russia
TuesAug. 410-11:30 a.m.Varieties of Religion in Russia
The Rev. Dr. Sergei Nikolaev
Professor of Evangelism & President
United Methodist Seminary, Moscow, Russia
WedAug. 510-11:30 a.m.Christian Evangelism in a Secular World
The Rev. Dr. Sergei Nikolaev
Professor of Evangelism & President
United Methodist Seminary, Moscow, Russia
ThursAug. 610-11:30 a.m.Keeping Peace in a Multi-Faith World
The Rev. Dr. Sergei Nikolaev
Professor of Evangelism & President
United Methodist Seminary, Moscow, Russia
Focus: Peace with Justice (afternoon lecture series)
MonAug. 31:30-3 p.m.Medical Mission to China
William J. Burke, DO, FACOFP
Dean
Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at  Dublin (Ohio)
TuesAug. 41:30-3 p.m.Christianity in Pakistan
Victoria Ashley
Government Official stationed in the Middle East
WedAug. 51:30-3 p.m.Apostles of Peace: Thomas Merton & Pope St. John XXIII (Part I)
Rev. Thomas Snyder
Adjunct Faculty Member
Ashland Theological Seminary
ThursAug. 61:30-3 p.m.Apostles of Peace: Thomas Merton & Pope St. John XXIII (Part II)
Rev. Thomas Snyder
Adjunct Faculty Member
Ashland Theological Seminary
 

Week 8 Schedule

The Armchair Traveler: International Art
MonAug. 1010:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Miles Up the Nile: Egyptian Travel from Luxor to Abu Simbel
Carolyn Putney, Toledo Museum of Art Chief Curator (retired)
Richard Putney, PhD, University of Toledo Associate Professor of Art History (retired)
MonAug. 101:30-3 p.m.Sculpted Caves of India: Ajanta & Ellora
Carolyn Putney, Toledo Museum of Art Chief Curator (retired)
Richard Putney, PhD, University of Toledo Associate Professor of Art History (retired)
TuesAug. 1110:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Rome & Romans in the Imperial Age
Carolyn Putney, Toledo Museum of Art Chief Curator (retired)
Richard Putney, PhD, University of Toledo Associate Professor of Art History (retired)
TuesAug. 111:30-3 p.m.Palladio, Venice & the Veneto: A Master Architect in Magnificent Settings
Carolyn Putney, Toledo Museum of Art Chief Curator (retired)
Richard Putney, PhD, University of Toledo Associate Professor of Art History (retired)
Lake Erie & the Great Lakes
WedAug. 1210:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
Life Aboard a U.S. Coast Guard Icebreaker
Edward Morris
Public Information Officer
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
WedAug. 121:30-3 p.m.The Ohio Coastal Management Program: An Introduction
Brenda Culler
Public Information Officer; Internet & Education Coordinator; Coastal Resources Advisory Council Coordinator
Ohio Department of Natural Resources
ThursAug. 1310:30 a.m.-
12 p.m.
A History of Passenger Travel on the Great Lakes
James Lundgren
Director of Operations
National Museum of the Great Lakes
ThursAug. 131:30-3 p.m.The Status of Lake Erie
Kristen DeVanna-Fussell, PhD
Ohio Sea Grant College Program
 

Week 9 Schedule

Civil War Week
MonAug. 1710:30 a.m. -12 p.m.Pumpkin Slingers & Percussion Caps: Why Was the Civil War So Deadly?
Dana Shoaf
Editor
Civil War Times
MonAug. 171:30-3 p.m.Black & White in a Colored World: The Challenge of Selecting Covers for Civil War Times
Dana Shoaf
Editor
Civil War Times
MonAug. 173:30 - 5 p.m.Dialogue & Discussion: An Overview of President Lincoln's Assassination
Carol Zeh
Civil War Historian
MonAug. 178:15 p.m.Hoover Movie Night
The Great Locomotive Chase
TuesAug. 1810:30 a.m.-12 p.m.John Brown: The Flame That Sparked the Civil War
Dennis Frye
Chief Historian
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
TuesAug. 181:30-3 p.m.Odyssey of a Field Officer: John Nevin of the 93rd Pennsylvania
Dana Shoaf
Editor
Civil War Times
TuesAug. 183:30 - 5 p.m.Dialogue & Discussion: Was Lincoln's Assassination Inevitable?
Carol Zeh
Civil War Historian
TuesAug. 188:15 p.m.Lakeside Symphony Orchestra
Lincoln Portrait
WedAug. 1910:30 a.m. -12 p.m.September Suspense: Lincoln's Union in Peril
Dennis Frye
Chief Historian
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
WedAug. 191:30-3 p.m.Antietam: America's Bloodiest Day
Dennis Frye
Chief Historian
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
WedAug. 193:30 - 5 p.m.Dialogue & Discussion: Did John Wilkes Booth Act Alone?
Carol Zeh
Civil War Historian
ThursAug. 2010:30 a.m. -12 p.m.A "Slow" Civil War: Ohio's Major General Charles Griffin & the Pursuit of Freedmen's Rights in Texas
Dale Knobel, PhD
President Emeritus
Denison University
ThursAug. 201:30-3 p.m.The Civil War: Oberlin Perspectives on the Home Front & War Front
Liz Schultz
Museum Education & Tour Coordinator
Oberlin Heritage Center
ThursAug. 203:30 - 5 p.m.Dialogue & Discussion: The Prosecution of Those Involved in the Assassination of President Lincoln
Carol Zeh
Civil War Historian
FriAug. 2110:30 a.m. -12 p.m.R.B. Hayes, Religion & the Civil War
Christie Weininger
Executive Director
R.B. Hayes Presidential Center
FriAug. 211:30-3 p.m.Freedom’s Friends: Underground Railroad & Abolitionist History Walk
NOTE: This off-site program will be held in Oberlin, OH and led by a member of the Oberlin Heritage Center
(Pre-registration required)
 

Week 10 Schedule

Lakeside University
MonAug. 2410:30 a.m. -12 p.m.Van Gogh: Materials, Techniques & Myths
Marcia Steele, Senior Conservator of Paintings
Per Knutas, Chief Conservator
Cleveland Museum of Art
MonAug. 241:30-3 p.m.The Impact of Technology & Social Media on Interpersonal Relationships
Amy Nevison, MA, LPCC-S
Pathchoices Counseling Associates
TuesAug. 2510:30 a.m.-12 p.m.Caring for the Caregiver: The Spiritual Dimension
Rev. Bob Machovec
Pastor
Good Shepherd United Methodist Church
TuesAug. 251:30-3 p.m.The Liberty Aviation Museum
Jeff Sondles
Operations Director
Liberty Aviation Museum
NOTE:  Combined Education Lecture and Lakeside Women's Club Tuesday Afternoon Program
WedAug. 2610:30 a.m. -12 p.m.The History of Antique & Classic Boating in the U.S.
Peter Stephens
Executive Director
Antique & Classic Boat Society
WedAug. 261:30-3 p.m.Presidential Libraries
Jeri Diehl Cusack
Board Member
Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership
ThursAug. 2710:30 a.m. -12 p.m.Suffrage Speakers on the Lakeside Platform
Gretchen S. Curtis
Director of Operations
Lakeside Heritage Society
ThursAug. 271:30-3 p.m.Pre-Contact Peoples of Ohio: The Native American Scene before White Entry
Randy Buchman
Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History
Defiance College
 

Week 11 Schedule

Special Workshops
MonAug. 3110:30 a.m.-12 p.m.iPad for the Beginning User
Julie Kling, EdD
Online Instructional Design Consultant
MonAug. 311:30-3 p.m.iPad for the Advanced User
Julie Kling, EdD
Online Instructional Design Consultant
TuesSept. 110:30 a.m.-12 p.m.Introduction to Labyrinth Walks
Ann Marie Davis LPN/LMT
Coordinator of Comfort Care
Stein Hospice
TuesSept. 11:30-3 p.m.Introduction to Aromatherapy & Reflexology
Linda Green
Holistic Educator & Practitioner
WedSept. 210:30 a.m.-12 p.m.The 7 Keys to Memory Fitness
Kathryn Kilpatrick
Geriatric Communication Consultant, Memory Fitness Coach & Speech Language Pathologist
WedSept. 21:30-3 p.m.Activities to Keep Your Brain Sharp
Kathryn Kilpatrick
Geriatric Communication Consultant, Memory Fitness Coach & Speech Language Pathologist
ThursSept. 310:30 a.m.-12 p.m.Cooking with Chef Stacy: Ancient Grains
Stacy Maple
Private Chef, Recipe Developer, Food Stylist & Food Writer
ThursSept. 31:30-3 p.m.Cooking with Chef Stacy: Corn
Stacy Maple
Private Chef, Recipe Developer, Food Stylist & Food Writer