OLLI provides its members and the community with monthly community lectures when classes are in session. These programs are held in Room 321 of the RCC-SOU Higher Education Center at 101 S. Bartlett Street (elevator access available). Admittance for these programs is free, but pre-registration is suggested.
Recent topics from OLLI's public education series have included “Flashpoints: Justice, Reconciliation and Community”, “The Healthcare Act Goes to the Supreme Court”, and “American Media in the Digital Age: Seismic Shifts & Implications”, and "We're All Globalized Now," and "The Conductor's Art: the Magic Behind the Baton." The latter four programs can be viewed in their entirety on a site managed by RVTV by clicking on the program titles.
The January 10 Community Lecture is "The History of Teapots: A Tale of Cultures, Technology & Innovation" presented by Camille Korsmo. Roundtable Tea Company will supply tea and scones.