EEE - SPRING 2014
SM = Shelburne Museum VH = Vermont History AR = Architecture
JA = Jazz History & Appreciation CP = College Presidents
Program: “Lost Burlington: Remembering the Queen City’s Bygone Structures” - Britta Tonn, Architectural Historian, Walking Tours Director for Preservation Burlington AR, VH
The Elder Education Enrichment (EEE) series is held at the Faith United Methodist Church, a handicapped accessible facility, located in South Burlington at 899 Dorset Street, which is between Swift Street and Kennedy Drive. Limited parking is available at the Church with overflow parking allowed at the Temple Sinai parking lot at the corner of Swift and Dorset Streets.
Each lecture starts at 2:00 PM and lasts one hour. There will be coffee and refreshments between 1:15 and 1:45 PM the first session of each month.
Participants can join EEE for $50 for the Spring semester, or pay $5 for each lecture. It is possible to join at any lecture. Membership entitles attendance to a semester's lectures. Up to $15 of visitor fees may be credited toward membership. Non-members of any age are welcome for a donation of $5/lecture.
Due to our reciprocal relationship with other Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes in Vermont, members of each group can attend their lectures without charge; OLLI lectures may be attended by paying the OLLI member's fee.