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  NEWS FROM CALL

               


APRIL LUNCH AND LEARN

NOTE: Deadline for registration – no later than April 9th.

Register by contacting bidgettwo@gmail.com

Maximum 30. Cost: $28.98 (including gratuity and GST).

See CALL website for set menu and other details: https://calgarylifelonglearners.ca/Lunch-and-Learn

Confirmation will only be sent once your cheque is received.

Due to the nature of this event, no refunds will be given; however, you may send a replacement. 

Speaker: Rupert Kupp, Professor of Cooking

Wednesday, April 18

11:30 am

Highwood Dining Room

John Ware Building at SAIT

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UPCOMING APRIL EVENTS

The following are free for members, $5 charge at door for non-members. Guests are welcome. No registration required

For more details click on the title to go to the CALL website.

To see all the programs and Interest Groups, go to the CALL website.

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NEW: PUBLIC POLICY ISSUES: Inaugural presentation

This is the pilot of a potential new Lecture Series on Canadian Public Policy.

NAFTA and Other Trade Agreements—What Lies Ahead?”

Carlo Dade, Canada West Foundation

Monday, April 16

1:00 – 2:30 pm

The Scott Hall, Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church

 

4612 Varsity Drive NW

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NEW: ABORIGINAL AWARENESS:Interest Group

Join the mailing list by emailing culture@calgarylifelonglearners.ca.  For details see the CALL website: https://calgarylifelonglearners.ca/Aboriginal-Awareness



 

             FIRST NATIONS STORIES: An Indigenous Literature Discussion Group

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SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT

“Fungi in the Environment”

Dr. Heather Addy

Tuesday, April 3

7:30-9:00

Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church

4612 Varsity Drive NW

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CALL Café

“Makerspace/Men Sheds”

Max Schlagel,  CFA, Managing Director, Fuse 33 and

Joe Boivin, CALL Program Committee

Monday, April 9

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church

4612 Varsity Drive NW

A makerspace is a collaborative work space inside a school, library or separate public/private facility for making, learning, exploring and sharing, that uses high tech to no tech tools. We have invited a representative from Fuse 33 to explain the facilities available to us and the collaboration we want to develop between CALL and Fuse33.

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LATIN AMERICAN ISSUES

 “Gender inequality in Latin America;

The struggle of women and sexual minorities for social justice.” Adriana Rincón

Tuesday, April 10th

1:30 – 3:00 p.m.

Room 310 cSPACE

1721-29th Avenue SW

Note: This is the last lecture of the season until September.

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ARTS AND HUMANITIES

“Juliet's Answer: The Story of the Real Letters to Shakespeare's Fictional Heroine”

With author Glenn Dixon

Friday, April 13

1:00 - 3:00 pm

Room 310, cSpace

1721 - 29 Avenue SW

 

Glenn Dixon is an author, documentary film maker and musician. His third book Juliet’s Answer was a Globe and Mail National Best seller and has been published in twelve countries and translated into German, Spanish and Chinese.

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TREKS AND TRAVELS

Dr. John Humphrey presents

“Exploring Syria's Ancient Past”

Wednesday, April 18

7:30-9:00 pm

Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church


4612 Varsity Drive NW

Most of us have followed with horror the devastating civil war that erupted in Syria in 2011 and continues seven years later. It has killed between 350,000 and 500,000 civilians and combatants and has brought about the destruction of much of the country’s ancient past.

This presentation will look at the remarkable accomplishments of the area before and during Greek and Roman antiquity: Damascus and Aleppo, rival claimants to the title of the world’s longest continuously-inhabited city; Christian churches where congregants pray in ancient Aramaic; a remote Roman fort on the Euphrates River; and the famous (and beautiful) caravan city of Palmyra.

But the war has not been kind to these ancient marvels: many have been partially or completed destroyed during the war and will probably never be rebuilt. So here is a “trigger warning:” we’ll also briefly look at the current condition of some of these monuments.

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

“Decisions that Count – Advance Care Planning & Personal Directives”

Alberta Health Services Educators

Tuesday, April 24

1:00 - 3:00 pm

Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church 


4612 Varsity Drive NW

All participants will be provided free materials

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   Check out the following upcoming events. For details click on the title to go to the CALL website. 

    • Challenges of Peace and War: A Community Conference. Co-sponsored by CALL and The Ploughshares Calgary Society.  Saturday, May 5, 9:30 – 3:30 at Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church, 4612 Varsity Drive NW.  For registration and details, go to the CALL website.

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  CALL IS LOOKING FOR VENUES

Do you know of a venue that might be suitable for CALL meetings?

As CALL continues to grow, we need to find venues: large for 100+ people, medium for 40 to 100, and small for 15 to 40 people.  We are in particular need of venues on the south side of the city, somewhere between Glenmore Trail and Anderson Road.

If you know of a possible venue in a church, church hall, community hall or other facility that might be suitable for CALL meetings, please complete the Venue Search Form and return it to  program2@calgarylifelonglearners.ca

You can find the fillable form at the following link

https://calgarylifelonglearners.ca/resources/Documents/Interest%20Group%20Resources/201803Venuesearch.pdf

Or you can find it on the CALL website, under CALL HOME PAGE  

  Interest Group Resources

  Venue Search Form

The information you provide will be added to a database and considered when the Program Committee needs to find a venue for a particular Interest Group or Lecture Series that could be offered.

 

Bike Share photo by Paul Fesko, member of the CALL Digital Photo Interest Group

 

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