University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Program Hosts Open House

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at California State University, Dominguez Hills offers educational, cultural, and social opportunities for retired and semi-retired individuals age 50+.

To help introduce potential new members to OLLI @CSUDH, an on-campus open house will take place on Thursday, Jan. 30, from 10 a.m. to noon in the College of Extended and International Education Auditorium (room EE-1213). It will feature a presentation of “Food and Drink in Dickens’ England, and in His Books,” by author and culinary historian Richard Foss.

WHAT:  Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Open House and Lecture: “Food and Drink in Dickens’ England, and in His Books” presented by author and culinary historian Richard Foss

WHEN:  Thursday, Jan. 30, 10 a.m.-noon

WHERE:  College of Extended and International Education Auditorium (room EE-1213)

COST:  FREE

INFO:  www.csudh.edu/olli or call (310) 243-3208

FINAL - OLLI Spring 2014Additionally, three Osher Lecture Series lectures will be open to the public to showcase the activities offered to OLLI members:

Wednesday, Feb. 5, 10 a.m.-noon
“Pre-Historic Native Americans of Utah: Archeological Excavations of the Anasazi”
Carson Community Center
801 E. Carson St., Carson, CA 90745

Friday, Feb. 7, 10 a.m.-noon
“Mad Men: Sex, Gender and the Art of Advertising in the Age of Camelot”
Joslyn Community Center
1601 N. Valley Dr., Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Tuesday Feb. 11, 2014 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
“A Daughter Worth Investing In: French Family Inheritance Strategies under Roman Law”
Levy Adult Center
3420 W. 229th Pl., Torrance, CA 90505

On-campus and satellite events, workshops, and special classes covering a wide array of subjects are included with the $30 annual OLLI membership fee. Field trips to points of interest in Los Angeles and the South Bay region may require minimal additional costs.

For more information on the CSUDH OLLI program, lecture series, or open house events, visit www.csudh.edu/olli or call (310) 243-3208.

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