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June: Lectures & Events

French Excursion: Marchez & Parlez

Tuesday, June 4
2:30 – 4:30 PM
Hanover Inn
2 E Wheelock St
Hanover, NH

Register here.

Visit several outdoor sculptures in & around Hanover. Practice your French conversation. Meet at Rocking Chairs in front of Hanover Inn.

Gloria Finkelstein grew up in Montreal, lived in Paris, and has frequently traveled to France. She is the creator of "French Club with Madame G," an innovative learning-by-doing immersive language arts program. Gloria enjoys helping others discover and experience French culture and lifestyle via Upper Valley French-themed programs at the Howe Library, Co-op Food Store, Robert's Flowers, Hanover Farmer's Market, and Dartmouth Greenhouse. Gloria is a graduate of McGill University and Columbia University.

This is free and open to the public.

 

New London Barn Playhouse Kickoff

New London BarnTuesday, June 4
6:00 - 7:30 PM
DOC House
10 Hilton Field Rd
Hanover, NH

Register here. Limited space available.

Join us for an informal reception celebrating the start of another summer in the Upper Valley. The New London Barn Playhouse is an award-winning professional summer theater, and one of the oldest performing arts institutions in New Hampshire. Stop by the DOC to enjoy a glass of wine with other OSHER@Dartmouth members, mark the start of another summer, and enjoy a sneak peek at the Barn's celebratory 87th consecutive season.

Light refreshments will be served. There will be a brief performance by members of the New London Barn Acting Intern Company at 6:30 PM.

Free and open to the public.

 

Tech Café

Tech CafeWednesday, June 5
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Howe Library
13 South Street
Hanover, NH

Bring your device: laptop, iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle, tablet, etc. Ask questions and receive support. Learn how to register online for classes or navigate the OSHER@Dartmouth website.

This is free and open to all OSHER@Dartmouth members. No reservation is required.

 

French Excursion: Hanover Farmers Market

Wednesday, June 12
3:30 – 5:30 PM
Hanover Inn
2 E Wheelock St
Hanover, NH

Register here.

Learn & practice your french vocabulary. Shop en français - Hanover Farmers Market. Meet at the Rocking Chairs in front of the Hanover Inn.

Gloria Finkelstein grew up in Montreal, lived in Paris, and has frequently traveled to France. She is the creator of "French Club with Madame G," an innovative learning-by-doing immersive language arts program. Gloria enjoys helping others discover and experience French culture and lifestyle via Upper Valley French-themed programs at the Howe Library, Co-op Food Store, Robert's Flowers, Hanover Farmer's Market, and Dartmouth Greenhouse. Gloria is a graduate of McGill University and Columbia University.

This is free and open to the public.

 

Celebrating Bloomsday

BloomsdaySunday, June 16
11:30 AM
Jesse's Restaurant
224 Lebanon St
Hanover, NH

Register here. $32 per person (includes brunch and lecture)

June 16 is Bloomsday, a commemoration of the life of Irish writer James Joyce, observed annually in Dublin and elsewhere with particular focus on Joyce's novel Ulysses. It is called Bloomsday because the novel represents the thoughts, feelings, memories of the character Leopold Bloom on a single day – June 16, 1904. To celebrate the occasion, Joyce scholar (and Osher member) Jim Heffernan will, during the brunch, introduce and deliver brief passages from four different chapters of the novel. Discussion will follow.

James Heffernan, Professor of English Emeritus at Dartmouth, has published studies of literature ranging from Homer's Odyssey to the fiction of James Joyce and Virginia Woolf. He has also recorded 24 lectures on Joyce's Ulysses for the Teaching Company.

 

Lunch & Learn:
Nuclear Power

Wednesday, June 26
12:00 PM
R.W. Black Community Center
48 Lebanon Street
Hanover, NH

Register here. Limited seating available.

Dr. Robert Hargraves will lead a discussion on nuclear power with a presentation and Q&A session on costs/benefits versus alternative ways to address energy poverty and global warming.

Free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by Hanover Parks & Recreation.

 

Tech Café

Tech CafeThursday, June 27
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Howe Library
13 South Street
Hanover, NH

Bring your device: laptop, iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle, tablet, etc. Ask questions and receive support. Learn how to register online for classes or navigate the OSHER@Dartmouth website.

This is free and open to all OSHER@Dartmouth members. No reservation is required.

 

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