Join us as we learn and discuss a wide array of topics together with seasoned professionals. In addition to our presenters educating us about their fields of expertise, we will have time for questions and answers, light refreshments and conversation. These programs are free and open to all ages, so bring your friends and family to learn and grow together! Letís learn and grow together!

2020 Programs

BALANCING ACT with David Holzman
Join us at the center for a wonderful musical performance by David Holzman. He will also be speaking about how his epilepsy and hearing loss shaped his musical career.

        Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 1:30 p.m.        Download Flyer

THE THREE B'S: Brooklyn, The Bronx, & The Bungalows of Rockaway Beach
Memories are one of the secret weapons of happiness. Reminisce with Marge Gottlieb Wolfe about the Brighton Beach Baths, Mrs. Stahlís knishes, the Brooklyn Bridge, a Charlotte Ruse, Little Odessa, the Bronx Botanical Gardens, Pitkin Avenue and the bungalows of Rockaway Beach

        Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 1:30 p.m.        Download Flyer

Our music ranges from 1890's Ragtime to 1920's and 30's swing music to 1950's, 60's and 70's rock-in-roll. Dixieland jazz to Banjo sing a longs, Rock to Latin, Swing to a Waltz. Our musicians have appeared on Broadway and off Broadway, the Silver Screen and on movie sound tracks. We provide a talented, high energy, multi-faceted, distinctive musical experience. We have performed for millions of people since 1968. You donít want to miss this incredible band!

        Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at 1:30 p.m.        Download Flyer

Come relive many amazing performances that have enthralled theatergoers and still remain etched in our collective memory. Participants will have an opportunity to view a variety of video clips highlighting outstanding musicals. Also included between clips will be a variety of anecdotes about the creative teams and casting decisions that were an essential ingredient in the success of these outstanding productions.

        Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 1:30 p.m.        Download Flyer

We've already seen programs about the importance of Alfred Hitchcock's output on the history of cinema. In this program, we'll gain deep insight as we explore Alfred Hitchcock's troubled childhood where his neurosis originated from having been raised in Victorian England, and we'll ascertain how this directly resulted in his inner rage and desires being expressed through such films as The Lodger (1927), Rope (1948), Psycho (1960), Torn Curtain (1966), and Frenzy (1972). Not your typical take on Hitchcock, but rather the turning of a whole new page in the master's career.

        Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 1:30 p.m.        Download Flyer

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