2018 UMASC Brown Bag Lunch
Tuesday Lectures Noon – 1:30 pm
UMA Klahr Center
The Brown Bag Series is a program of the UMA Senior College that encourages people to attend weekly presentations in January and February at the UMA campus. The series begins on the first week of January and runs for 8 weeks.
UMASC members and guests are invited to bring their lunch to each session at 12 noon on Tuesdays, to see and hear a different presentation each week. Topics will be of various subjects and content. The length of shows should be 60-90 minutes duration. Lectures are held at the Michael Klahr Center which is connected to UMA’s Katz Library.
There is no admission fee.
January 9 Tom Feagin We Shall Overcome (history of racist ideas in U.S.)
January 16 Bob Woodbury My Life in the Media – a Conversation
January 23 Postponed until March 6 Peter Rosenberg – A History of Card Games
January 30 Mike Bell Bigfoot: Yes, He’s Out There
February 6 Art Ray Clyde Jackie & #42 (Major League Baseball)
February 13 Elizabeth Reinsborough Patagonia: Wild and Wonderful
February 20 Patrick Paradis JFK at 100: Why His Presidency Still Matters
February 27 Dick Duncan Speech: A Magical Extension of the Arms
March 6 Peter Rosenberg A History of Card Games
Snow Dates: Thursday, January 25, and Thursday, February 22 (Noon, Klahr Center)
Questions: Please call 621-3551.
If you are interested in being a presenter at a future Brown Bag Lunch, please complete this form