Learn at Lunch
Over the years we have featured talks by writers, historians, educators, environmentalists, politicians and artists. If someone is doing something of interest around the Chesapeake Bay, the chances are that he or she will give a Learn at Lunch lecture.
These informative lectures combine three ingredients. First, a serious and often provocative lecture by someone who knows the subject. Second, an excellent lunch currently provided by Washington College Dining Services in the pleasant atmosphere of the Hynson Lounge on the college campus. And finally, a varied and attentive audience from the surrounding Community, where one meets many people one knows, and new people one would like to know better.
12:00 p.m. at Hynson Lounge, Hodson Hall
FALL 2014 dates:
Tuesday, September 9 - “How Fields and Fish Can Coexist” with Paul Spies, QAC farmer and Chester River Association employee
Wednesday, October 29 - “Love of Learning is the Gift of Life” with Prof. Phil Walsh, President of Washington College PBK
Wednesday, November 12 - “A Woman at Sea: Current Technologies, Dangers, and Earning a Place in a Man’s Industry” with Abigail Robson, Chestertown native and maritime supertanker officer.
Parking: Shuttles will run from the former Board of Education building at 215 Washington Avenue for all Learn-At-Lunch Lectures.
The seven luncheons during the academic year begin at 12:00 noon. They are well-publicized and well attended. The cost is $15.00 for WC-ALL members, $20.00 for non-members. We accept paid reservations only; no telephone reservations accepted. Hynson Lounge in the Hodson Hall Commons is handicapped-accessible.
Parking for Learn at Lunch is allowed only in the parking lot east of Kirby Stadium.
For Further Information Contact
Sue Calloway 410-778-7221, email@example.com