May 21, 2015 –
This series, held twice a year, runs on Thursdays at 5:30 pm. Please note new start time. For 6 weeks, we will have speakers talking on a variety of subjects. Continue your lifelong learning with us!
No registration is required.
Thursday April 16, “10 Tips That Could Save Your Life” with Nicole LaGioia-Lewis, Pagosa Springs Medical Center Wellness Center
Knowing a few vital things to do in an emergency might save your life or a loved one. Come learn more!
Thursday April 23, “Earth Day is Every Day!” with Denise Rue-Pastin, Southwest Organization For Sustainability
Hear some startling statistics about environmental reality, and join the discussion to find out what you can do. Create your own silk-screened reminder during this presentation and interactive program. (Bring a bag, t-shirt, or something else you’d like to silk screen.)
Thursday April 30, “Growing Spaces: The Global Perspective” with Puja and Udgar Parsons, CEO of Growing Spaces Bio-domes
Many who are challenged by health issues have learned that food is medicine and a foundation for health. Udgar and Puja Parsons will share their own personal journey toward healthy choices, and how it motivated the creation of the Growing Dome® Greenhouse.
Thursday May 7, “Mind-Body Connection & Psychosomatic Illness” with Jean Strahlendorf, PHD
How does the connection between what we think and believe affect our overall heath or disease?
Thursday May 14, “Roots Of Islamic Fundamentalism” with Dr. Dennis Aronson
The presentation will provide reasons for the development of radical Islam: the failure of efforts to reform governments and modernize Islam in the 20th century, Western powers’ involvement and influence in the region, and the rise of fundamental and extremist Islamic movements during the last several decades. The talk will also discuss the Islamic Reformation that is now occurring.
Thursday May 21, “Global Implications Of Climate Change” with Dick White PhD, Durango Councilman
What are the implications of global warming and irreversible climate change? What are the impacts for us in Colorado?