Winter is (almost) here!
November 25 - January 10
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.
THE OSHER NOMINATING COMMITTEE NEEDS YOUR INPUT!
We are soliciting nominations for Program Chair, Marketing Chair, and Secretary, to be voted on at the annual meeting on 2 May, 2014. We hope you know someone (it's OK to suggest yourself) who has the necessary skills and the dedication to serve in one of these positions. Please email your nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave them at the desk directed to the nominating committee. Anonymous nominations will be considered.
OSHER WIZARD TRAINING FOR THE SPRING TERM
There will be four wizard training sessions, at 10am and 1pm, on both January 6th & 7th. If you are interested in learning some "tricks of the trade", please contact Bridget Scott at email@example.com .
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.
Closings will be posted on the new Osher calendar on our website as well as on local TV & radio broadcasts.
Please be considerate and don’t use the chairs reserved for the mobility-impaired members who need them. Thank you!
Per Rivers Run’s request, we ask that all Osher members and staff wear their nametags when in the Riparian/Rivers Run (this includes the dining room and café).
If the Osher parking lots are full, please feel free to park in any empty spots at the Riparian, except for the row directly in front of the building and those in front of residents’ garages. Just let the receptionist at the Riparian know you’re an Osher member when you walk by to get to our end of the building.
Osher Closing Closings will be posted on the new Osher calendar on our website as well as on WXXI/AM/FM/TV21 (PBS); WHEC TV 10 (NBC); WORK TV 13 (1180); WVOR FM (100.5); WROC TV 8; RNEWS TV 9.
F10 - Medical Ethics
F16 - The Erie Canal: Clinton's Ditch and Beyond
F17 - A History of Russia
F20 - Reconciling America's Future
F22 - What Made This?
F25 - Mayan Engineering
F27 - Turning Points in American History
F28 - Poetic Visions (session 1)
F35 - Presidential Leadership
F38 - Understanding the Human Brain
F42 - Understanding Visual Images
F44 - The Sea, The Sea (session 1)
F46 - You Be the Critic