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Thursday Lecture Series

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Jan 16, Beat the Winter Blues

$15 ticketed event

Enjoy lunch and entertainment to lift your spirits during the winter months. Entertainment provided by Eric McFadden. Ensure your reservation by purchasing your ticket through the LLL program from Charlene (978-659-1225) or Rita LaBella/Kathy Bresnahan at Haverhill C.O.A. (978-374-2390) or Darlene Sutton at Bethany (978-374-2165).  

NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOORDoors open at noon. 


Feb 13, Valentine Celebration

$15 ticketed event

Enjoy lunch and entertainment to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Ensure your reservation by purchasing your ticket through the LLL program from Charlene (978-659-1225) or Rita LaBella/Kathy Bresnahan at Haverhill C.O.A. (978-374-2390) or Darlene Sutton at Bethany (978-374-2165).

 NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR.  Doors open at noon.


Mar 13, St Patrick’s Day Celebration

$15 ticketed event

Enjoy lunch and entertainment to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Ensure your reservation by purchasing your ticket through the LLL program from Charlene (978-659-1225) or Rita LaBella/Kathy Bresnahan at Haverhill C.O.A. (978-374-2390) or Darlene Sutton at Bethany (978-374-2165).  Entertainment by the Senior Echo’s.  NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR.  Doors open at noon. 


Mar 20, The Patriot Fife & Drum Duo featuring David Vose & Sue Walko

The duo of David and Sue will perform music from the 17th and 18th centuries and give us background information about the instruments they are playing.


Mar. 27, Culinary Herbs presented by Suzanne Wicks

Suzanne Wicks is an herbalist.  She has been studying herbalism and using herbs for 22 years.  She grows more the 30 different culinary and medicinal herbs in her yard in Fremont, NH.  She will be discussing the importance of 8 (10) culinary herbs and their uses.  She hopes to spark interest in cooking with these highly nutritious foods.  There will be recipes


 April 3, Laugh Yourself Healthy presented by Richard Mullen

Hypnotherapist, Health Educator and Gelotologist is today’s guest lecturer. Find out such things as why adults only laugh an average of 17 times per day and who smiles more, men or women. Come and learn how to incorporate “Laugh Yourself Healthy’ into your daily routine.


 April 10, Accordion & Song featuring Dave Camponigro

Let’s have some fun! Sing, dance or enjoy yourself just listening. Dave will sing and play songs from your favorite artists and shows. You will hear waltzes to polkas, swing to mambas, Dixieland to good ole’ country western and a few jokes along the way.


April 17, Backyard Geology Part II presented by Bill Hammond

Haverhill has many preserved geological sites where you can see glacial geologic features and processes; the intention is to explore geologic concepts with backyard examples. The goal is to understand the importance of physical geology and its relevance to our everyday lives.


 April 24, Memories in Music from the 50′s – 90′s featuring Tony Hester

Join the LLL group for an afternoon of pure pleasure with the calming voice of Tony. Listen to music dated from the 50′s – 90′s and more. The soothing guitar will bring back many memories from the past when life seemed to be more serene and tranquil compared to the fast movement of the world today. 


May 1, Bread & Roses part 4 presented by Tom Gradziwitz

Bread & Roses on Trial: Trial of Ettor, Giovanitti and Caruso, two organizers and one striker were arrested and put on trial for the murder of Anna LoPizzo, who was gunned down on January 29, 1912 at Union and Garden Streets, Lawrence during a demonstration. The three sat in County Jail, Lawrence until Thanksgiving of that year. Dexter Arnold takes us through all the surrounding hoopla that accompanied the trial.


 May 8, The Thirteen Grandmothers presented by Nancy McNeely

We will listen to the words of wisdom of 13 very special grandmothers from around the world who met in Phoenicia, New York, during October of 2004. Their purpose was to shape their indigenous stories and prophecies in the hope that they could bring about positive changes in a world that surely needs peace and understanding if our planet is to survive.


 MAY 15, Why are Vampires Sexy presented by Tom Greene

Vampires have fascinated the English-speaking world ever since Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula became a smash hit more than a hundred years ago. Dracula is probably the most-filmed horror novel of all time and Stoker spawned an entire genre of tales about night-walkers who drink the blood of the living. Tom will outline the evolution of the modern vampire legend and reveal how vampires captivate us.


 May 22, Red Hat Special $15 ticketed event.

Hold onto your hats – your Red Hats! It is yet another Red Hat Special at the Life Long Learning Center. Luncheon will consist of a complete turkey dinner with all the fixings then its entertainment by Bobby G. Call a friend and come join us for a fun afternoon. Tickets can be purchased from Annette Cooke @ 603-893-6653 or Charlene 978-659-1225.  NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR.  Doors open at noon.


 

 

 

 

 

 


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