The Learning in Retirement lecture series at Tabor College will move to Friday beginning this semester.
“It is with much consideration that we have decided to make this change to our historic meeting day,” LiR director Connie Isaac said. “By moving to Friday mornings, it will offer a much more relaxed atmosphere in the cafeteria.” Lunch is $4 for LiR participants.
Programs are held in the lobby of the Wohlgemuth Music Education Center at 9:45 a.m. Registration for the entire series of presentations is $15 per semester for an individual or $29 per couple. Admission is $4 for those who wish to attend only a few sessions.
Sessions will begin Feb. 24 with a presentation by Lori Walsh, a former preacher’s daughter who married a ministry man. She will share some of her experiences being involved with ministry and where that path has taken her, including time spent in residential camping ministries.
March 2 — Give the Winds a Mighty Voice, a trip back to the Old Fashioned Revival Hour with Charles E. Fuller and Rudy Atwood, by Lee and Di Suderman and Stephen Vincent.
March 9 — My Aunt’s 11 Years in Siberian Forced Labor, by Katie Funk Wiebe.
March 16 — Aprons: The Great American Cover-up, by Susie Haver of Concordia.
March 23 — Biscuits and Bison: Exploring Kansas Food Heritage, by Jane Marshall of Kansas State University.
March 30 — Successful Retirement and Healthy Aging, by Phillip Miller, PhD., LP, a licensed clinical psychologist.
April 13 — Zimbabwe: the Country and Its People, by Bob Priest of Marion, longtime United Methodist Church pastor.
April 20 — What Everyone Should Know About Poverty, by Denise Brown, motivational speaker and mother of Tabor College football standout Spencer Brown.
April 27 — Year-end Coffee and Concert.