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.
2017 BROWN BAG SCHEDULE
Tuesday Presenter Lecture
January 3 Tom Feagin Did the Election Change the Party System?
January 10 Douglas Rooks Statesman: George Mitchell and the Art of the Possible
January 17 Jonathan Lepoff Philosophy for Life and Other Dangerous Situations
January 26 David Greenham Shakespeare Upended
January 31 Bob & Sue O’Halloren A Geezer’s View of Iceland
February 21 Elizabeth Reinsborough Wildlife of the Galapagos Islands
*February 23 Mike Bell Gettysburg for the Next Generation
(*rescheduled from Feb 7)
February 28 Cassie Bouton Hallowell’s Harlow Gallery: Past, Present and Future
*March 2 Art Ray Halifax, Nova Scotia Explosion
(*rescheduled from Feb 14)
March 7 Jeanne Coleman BIG Birds
March 9 Betty Balderston Elder Abuse: A Community Problem with Community Solutions
NOTE: Dates in red are Thursdays
Snow dates: Thursday, January 26 and Thursday, February 23.
(In case a regular lecture is canceled due to inclement weather).
Questions: Please call 621-3551.
If you are interested in being a presenter at a future Brown Bag Lunch, please complete this form