On ten 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.
February 14: David L. Holmes, Walter G. Mason Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies, W&M; Topic: The Removal of the Wren Building Cross.
February 21: Sharon Duncan, Veteran Services Representative, Virginia Department of Veterans Services; Topic: Veteran Benefits Update.
February 28: Donna L. Wilson, Esq., Founding Attorney of Wilson Law PLC; Topic: Estate Planning and Elder Law: What You Need to Know.
March 14: Dr. Katherine A. Rowe, President, W&M; Topic: A Conversation with the President; Reception Following.
March 21: Molly Mitchell, Researcher, Marine Science, VIMS; Topic: Changing Climate and Its Impacts to the Chesapeake Bay.
March 28: Pattie Gaudio, DC, CDP, Dementia Services Educator, Williamsburg Landing; Topic: Dementia: What Everyone Should Know.
April 4: Christopher Grasso, Professor of History, W&M; Topic: Skepticism and American Faith.
April 11: Carl Childs, Abby and George O'Neill Director, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library at Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; Topic: From the Archives: The Restoration of Williamsburg Foundation.
April 18: Stan Allen, Director, VIMS Aquaculture Genetics and Breeding Technology Center; Topic: A New Paradigm for Oysters in the Chesapeake.
April 25: Adam M. Gershowitz, Associate Dean for Reearch and Faculty Development & Professor of Law, W&M; Topic: The Fourth Amendment in a Technological World.