See program descriptions.
Learning Lecture Series
educational program that features a wide variety of lectures.
Join us and broaden
your scope of knowledge!
Meets one Friday per
month, 10:30am - 12:00noon
in September due to the Holidays)
“The Femme Fatale”
Speaker: Ines Powell, Art Historian and Educator, Metropolitan Museum
Speaker: Harvey Wechsler, Lecturer
“Marvin Hamlisch and Stephen Schwartz”
Speaker: James Kolb, Professor, Department of Drama, Hofstra
“Kaboom: The History of Movie Special Effects”
Speaker: Clive Young, Author and Lecturer
“Laurel and Hardy”
Speaker: Larry Wolff, Grand Sheik of Long Island’s “Second Hundred
local chapter of the international Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society
Speaker: Louise Cella Caruso, Art Educator
“Stanford White’s Architecture in New York and on Long Island”
Speaker: Franklin Hill Perrell, Executive Director, Roslyn Landmark
Topic To Be Announced
Speaker: Barbara Kirwin, Ph.D., Author, Forensic Psychologist
“Aristotle’s Email: Friendship in the Cyber Age”
Speaker: Tim Madigan, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, St. John
York Council for the Humanities
for each lecture:
Y Members/Chai Members - $8; Non-Members - $10
lecture on June 13, 2014 is free of charge and open to the public. It is
made possible through the support of the New York Council for the Humanities’
Speakers in the Humanities program
is open until the Monday before each lecture. If you wish to sign up
after that, you must pay at the door.
see the Lifelong Learning Brochure for details.
Learning programs are subject to change or cancellation.