Palos Verdes home owners have a wonderful opportunity to hear interesting topics at the March 2023 Peninsula Seniors Bohannon Lectures Series. These Lectures take place at Scriba Family center located at 602 Deep Valley Drive, Rolling Hills Estates, with in-person lectures starting at 10:30 a.m.
March 1, 2023 – “Local Crime and Fraud Prevention” will be discussed with LA County Sheriff’s Department spokesperson, Deputy Ben Russell. He will be talking about senior safety issues, fraud prevention, and programs to increase citizen awareness and community safety.
March 8, 2023 – “From Donut Shop to Neighborhood Landmark” Torrance Bakery president Kirk Rossberg, will discuss his family owned business on El Prado Street since 1984. You will hear the interesting story of this baking pioneer and sample some of Torrance Bakery’s luscious bakery goods.
March 15, 2023 – “A St. Patrick’s Day Celebration” with the local Pennyroyal Players led by member Anne Destabelle. You will enjoy a sing along to beloved traditional Irish songs, with limericks, poems, and lively Irish dancing. Celebrate the “green” with this family of musicians and their uplifting Irish spirit.
March 22, 2023 – “The Geography and History of California’s Channel Islands” with author and historian Jim Shneer where he discusses the eight islands which comprise California’s Channel Islands, a unique feature of the Southern California coastal landscape.
March 29, 2023 – “Connective Threads – Fiber Art from Southern California” is a collaborative lecture with the Palos Verdes Art Center curator Carrie Burckle. She will be discussing the current Palos Verdes Art Center’s contemporary fiber art exhibit running through April 15th, 2023, followed by an exhibit walk-through with the curator at the Art Center gallery.
To read my prior article on Peninsula Seniors Lecture Series click here.
For more information click here, or contact Peninsula Seniors at (310) 377-3003.
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