Hybrid Programs: In-person where noted and on Zoom
Upcoming Scheduled Programs
Jan. 2 – No Program
Jan. 9 – Enrich For Life: Maj. Gen. Mari Eder, “The Girls Who Stepped Out of Line: Untold Stories of the Women who Changed the Course of WWII.”
This book takes the reader inside the lives and experiences of 15 unknown women heroes from the Greatest Generation, the women who served, fought, struggled, and made things happen during WWII—in and out of uniform, for theirs is a legacy destined to embolden generations of women to come. Mari K. Eder is a retired major general of the U.S. Army. She served as the Deputy Chief of the United States Army Reserve and Deputy Chief of United States Army Public Affairs, prior to be appointed Commanding General of the United States Army Reserve Joint and Special Troops Support Command in October 2009. She retired from the Army in 2013.
Lunch served at 11:45 a.m. program starts at 12:25 p.m. RSVP a must to Shari Barck by Jan. 5 at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 545-8611.
Jan. 16 – Virtual Only: Beth Fulton, Assistant Painting Conservator, Richmond Conservation Studio. “Crazy Conservation!” She will discuss some of the craziest and weirdest things they’ve encountered in paintings conservation. From vandalism to accidents to previous restorations. She will show and tell some of the most dramatic treatments they’ve undertaken.
Jan. 23 – Virtual Only: Author Jonathon Dunsky : Jonathon has written 11 books. His newest one, “A Death In Jerusalem, is part of the Adam Lapid historical mysteries series. Adam is a private investigator and holocaust survivor. In Partnership with the Pozez JCC of Northern Virginia & Bender JCC of Greater Washington.
Jan. 30 – Linda Hobgood, Speech Center Director, University of Richmond. She will offer a look at the historical and rhetorical view in her talk, “The Presidential Spouses: First Ladies of the 20th and 21st Century.”
These were scheduled programs at press time. Look for updates via email.