Ohman Family Living Coffee & Convos

This lecture series will be a breakfast program open to the public in partnership with Ohman Family Living and the Geauga Department on Aging.

Hosted at Ohman Family Living, 10190 Fairmount Road, Newbury
 


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UNSUNG SONGS FROM BROADWAY’S PAST (IN-PERSON)
Arnold Hirshon, Vice Provost and University Librarian Emeritus, CWRU
Tuesday September 10
9:30 AM Breakfast
10-11:30 AM Lecture

ESPERANTO: THE RISE, FALL, AND RISE OF THE INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE (IN-PERSON)
Jeremy Genovese, Emeritus Associate Professor of Human Development and Educational Psychology, Cleveland State University, Great Lakes Coordinator for Esperanto-USA
Tuesday November 12
9:30 AM Breakfast
10-11:30 AM Lecture

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