Monthly General Program Meetings
Meetings are usually held at United Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil Street, Toronto, on the second Sunday of each month, between 2:00 and 4:30 p.m. (Occasionally they are at another locale, so check first.) Distinguished guest speakers talk on a variety of topics that stimulate the mind and encourage self-directed learning and creativity. There is always ample time for discussion and questions.
Some of the program topics we enjoyed lately:
From Barter to E-money: On the Evolution of Money and the Payment System - Benjamin Geva
Freud and Beyond: Psychoanalysis Enters its Second Century - Roger Spalding
India of the Moghuls–The Story of the Taj Mahal - Irwin Patterson
Building a City for the New Millennium - Joe Mihevc
Women in China Before and After the Cultural Revolution - Lien Chao
Prague and its Renaissance - Lois MacDonald
Looking at Inuit Art and Artists - Carol Heppenstall
Multicultural Voices in Canadian Literature - Gina Valle
Travel Writing and You - Amy Logan
During the half-hour coffee break members have an opportunity for social exchange.
The Mosaic completes the program with selected readings, humour, acting, interviewing and/or discussions presented by our members. The purpose of the Mosaic is to inspire Ulysseans to find fulfillment and to be creative and active in the later years of their lives.
THE ULYSSEAN SOCIETY MEETS
THE SECOND SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE NEXT MEETING
SEE THE CURRENT NEWSLETTER
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