On six dates, bring your lunch and join in a social gathering prior to an interesting lecture/program (see schedule below). Bottled water and soda will be provided. All Regular and Associate Members are eligible to register. Wear your current semester name tag for entry. This activity is purposely oversubscribed and each meeting will be first come first serve.
September 19: Marianne Martin and Tracey Gulden, Visual Resources Librarian and Media Collections Manager, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; Topic: The Evolution of Merchants Square: A Visual History.
September 26: Dr. Steven Hanson, Vice Provost for International Affairs and Director of the Reves Center for International Studies; Topic: Thirty Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Lessons Learned from the Study of Post Communism.
October 3: Moderator: Ted Maslin, Williamsburg City Council; Panel: Barbara Ramsey,Williamsburg City Council; John Mc Glennon, James City County Board of Supervisors; Tom Shepperd, Chairman, York County Board of Supervisors; Topic: Local Government: What Keeps Us Awake At Night?
October 17: Dr. Megan Tschannen-Moran, Professor of Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership; Topic: Navigating the Dynamics of Trust, Betrayal, and Revenge.
October 24: Dr. Monika Gosin, Associate Professor of Sociology and Coco Scholar; Topic: The Limits of a Special Status: Cuban Immigration and the Quest for American Belonging.
October 31: Botetourt Chamber Singers, Professor Jamie Bartlett, Director; Topic: Seasonal Sounds to Delight You.