Penn State Lehigh Valley announces spring 2016 SAGE lectures

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. — Senior Adults Gaining Enrichment (SAGE), an outreach program of Penn State Lehigh Valley for adults age 55 and older, has announced the schedule for its spring 2016 four-part lecture series.

Each SAGE session is held on a Friday and begins with coffee at 10:30 a.m., followed by the featured speaker at 11 a.m. and lunch at noon. All SAGE lectures are held in Room 135 at Penn State Lehigh Valley, located at 2809 Saucon Valley Road in Center Valley.

The spring series, titled "Turning Points: People, Ideas, Events," will focus on ideas, events or actions that directly, and sometimes indirectly, caused dramatic change. Attendees will travel through the arts, a hilly piece of land in Flicksville, and the human mind to explore and celebrate some "aha moments" that changed perspectives and inspired innovations.

March 4
"History and Evolution of Film"

Katina Bozikis, instructor of film, Penn State Lehigh Valley

April 1
"History and Evolution of Photography"

Christos Karfakis, contemporary photo-historian

May 13
"History and Evolution of a Vineyard and Winery"
Mandy Tolino, agriculturalist, vintner, business development, Tolino Vineyards

June 3
"History and Evolution of Psychology"

Tina Q. Richardson, chancellor, Penn State Lehigh Valley

The cost per lecture is $20, or attend all four for $60. Lunch is included. For more information or to register, contact Diane McAloon at 610-285-5066 or dmcaloon@psu.edu.

The mission of SAGE is to encourage intellectual and cultural enrichment for seniors, age 55 and older, by providing a stimulating college-level lecture, workshop and seminar environment through a self-funded, self-directed and member-driven program.

Last Updated February 03, 2016