February 23 - 27
Week Seven - Winter
Monday, February 23rd
- No One-Session Course today - book club meets.
Thursday, February 26th, 12:15 – 1:30pm
- Pfaudler Lecture Series: The Place Where Hope Lodges, presented by Ann Savastano, Director of Monroe County Hope Lodge, American Cancer Society in Classroom #3/4
Monday, March 2
- One-Session Course: Cornelius Vanderbilt, the First Tycoon and the Shaping of Modern Capitalism, presented by Bill Schwappacher in Classroom #1 at 11:15am
Thursday, MArch 5, 12:15 – 1:30pm
- Pfaudler Lecture Series: The Circles God Draws, presented by Ruth Scott, author, in Classroom #3/4
Save the Date: Friday, March 27th, 2 pm
- PUSH Physical Theatre
Osher Arts & Lectures presents this FREE performance by award-winning, renowned performers PUSH at NTID's Panara Theatre on the RIT campus. Look for more details and sign-up sheets later this month.
Important to Know:
- Ride-share Board: Need a ride to Osher? Can you provide rides for other members? Let staff know and we can post the info on our Ride-share Board, located in the hallway by the copier room.
- Add / Drop Forms: Members can add or drop a class at any time during the term by filling out an Add/Drop form, found on the table in the lobby by the bulletin boards near the women’s restroom, and also in the new bins just inside the door of each classroom.
- Osher Calendar is Online: All Osher meetings, term dates, one-sessions, Pfaudlers, and more events are always current on our online calendar at osher.rit.edu/calendar.
- In Case of Emergency: Please note that Emergency Action instruction signs are posted throughout the building, including in each classroom. If needed, an AED is located in the kitchen near the closet doors.
- Housekeeping: Please silence your cell phones & cover your coffee cups! At the request of Rivers Run, please do not park in front of their main entrance, and take your lunch break in the Osher-designated area of the dining room (the tables without tablecloths). Please be considerate and don’t use the chairs reserved for the mobility-impaired members who need them. Thank you!
W07T - The Erie Canal: Clinton’s Ditch and Beyond
W10T - Current Events
W13T - America in the Gilded Age
W16T - The New Yorker Magazine Discussion Group
W18T - Rivers Run Through Us: Great American Waterways
W24W - Understanding the Human Brain
W33Th - You Be the Critic: A Film Discussion Group
W35Th - Silents, Please