LifeLong Learning Markham

Lectures for Inquiring Minds

 

 

Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80.

Anyone who keeps learning is young.

-Henry Ford-

 

 

 
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Unfortunately, we are now sold out of tickets for the LifeLong Learning Markham Fall 2017 Lecture Series. 
 
If you are interested in attending some lectures on a stand-by basis as tickets become available, please use the Contact Us page to let us know
 
We apologize for the website which went down when the tickets were first available for sale – we hope to have that fixed for our next series.

 

Here is the Fall lineup:

 

Oct 16th   “The Myths and Legends in Opera” – Iain ScottOne of Canada’s Leading Experts on Opera 
Oct 23rd  “Stem Cells” – Dr. Mick Bhatia Professor, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, McMaster University, Director, McMaster Cancer and Stem Cell Biology Research Institute

Oct 30th  “Too Many Wrongful Convictions” – James LockyerLawyer,  Lockyer Campbell Posner, Founding Director of the Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted
Nov  6th  “Russia 1917-2017: Existential Struggles, Historic Transformations” – Prof. Sergei PlekhanovYork University, Department of Political Science

Nov 13th  “Why the English Language is so Wacky” – Katharine Barber, Author and Humorist  

Nov 20th  “Fighting the Good Fight – Alternative Facts” – Steve Paikin, Host of TVO’s “The Agenda”

 

For more information on the Fall lineup, click HERE

 

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Commit yourself to lifelong learning.

The most valuable asset you’ll ever have is your mind and what you put into it.

-Brian Tracy-

 

 

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