LUNCH@LLAIC

Lunchtime Presentations - Spring 2020:  To enhance the LLAIC learning experience, a number of presentations by stimulating speakers, and lively current events discussions, will take place on during lunchtime at our host site, Temple Shir Tikva (TST), 141 Boston Post Road, Wayland, MA 01778 (Route 20).  These will be given at 1:10 - 2:10 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Your unique ideas are always eagerly solicited and welcomed.

A list of presentation will be posted in January

Presentation days and times:  to view the dates and speakers, see the tables below
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   Tuesdays  
 3/3  LLAIC  Start of Classes: Welcome
     
 3/17
 Judy Pinnolis
 Life and Music of composer Miriam Gideon
3/24
Seth Kaplan
 Gun Control
3/31
Joanne Fisher
 Roots trip to Poland
     
 5/5  Menachem Cohen
 Behavioral Economics
   Thursdays  
 3/5  LLAIC  Start of Classes: Welcome


 
 4/2  Phil Radoff
 Puccini's Opera Tosca
     
 4/23  Ruth Baden
 Poetry Slam
 4/30  Jane Carol
 Therapeutic Riding
 5/7  David Mirsky
 Survey of History of  Psychiatry

Detailed Information: Click on the day/time just below for information on presentations on each of the three days.

If there is no detailed description or short biography, then consult the Quill published on the Sunday preceding that week. For recommendations or questions, contact Carole Levy. Note that there may be occasional changes to the program.

Tuesdays, 1:10 - 2:10   Speaker Series
Wednesdays, 1:10 - 2:00  Current Events discussions
Thursdays, 1:10 - 2:10   Speaker Series


Tuesdays, 1:10 - 2:10

March 3
LLAIC
Start of Classes: Welcome Program



Wednesdays, 1:10 - 2:00

March 4
LLAIC
Start of Classes: Welcome Program

Class days
Harriet Starrett
Discussion of Current Events



Thursdays, 1:10 - 2:10


March 5
LLAIC
Start of Classes: Welcome Program

April 2
Phil Radoff
Tosca is one of Giacomo Puccini's most popular operas.  Against the background of Rome in the Napoleonic era, Puccini's tragic heroine courageously fights to rescue her lover and resist the sexual advances of a powerful and corrupt chief of police.  The action takes place in several of Rome's recognizable locations and features some of Puccini's best known melodies.  Phil will treat us to an hour-long preview of the opera in advance of the Metropolitan Opera's High Definition production, to be shown in many area theaters.


Phil Radoff is a retired lawyer with a lifelong interest in opera. He currently leads a course on Mozart's Don Giovanni.

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Mid-day Event Archive: To view mid-day events of past semesters, click here.


Updated Feb. 9, 2020

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