Summer Lecture Series

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 Alex Bruner

Topic: Eliezer Ben Yehuda: The Making of Modern Hebrew
When Eliezer Ben-Yehuda arrived in the Land of Israel in 1881, Hebrew had not yet been a spoken language. It was an ancient Biblical Language. Trying to figure out what would be the common language in the Land of Israel, Ben-Y'ehuda realized it had to be Hebrew. He revived and modernized the Biblical Language against all odds! Today, Hebrew is spoken by 9 million Israelis. Come learn about the challenges of this "Impossible Dream" made into reality.
Thursday, June 22 at 7 PM - Theatre
 Leslie Burman
Topic: Nutrition Made Easy

Leslie is a Nutrition, Health & Wellness Expert, as well as an engaging presenter. Food matters! Whether it be in your refrigerator or out at dinner, this comprehensive lecture will help in cognitive progression, heart health, brain wellness, and overall food information. If you like to eat AND be healthy, come hear Leslie's fun presentation on Nutrition Made Easy!
Thursday, July 20 at 7 PM - Theatre
 Maxine Simson

Topic: The Mage of Audrey Hepburn

Public Speaker, Maxine Simson, will present the essence of Audrey Hepburn, who brought a certain "magic' quality to the screen. Synonymous with big sunglasses and the little black dress, many are unaware of the hardships she endured in Nazi-occupied Holland while growing up. Starring in classic movies such as "Sabrina. *My Fair Lady" and of course. "Breakfast at Tiffany's', iconic Audrey Hepburn devoted much of her time as a Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Children's Fund.
Thursday, August 24 at 7 PM - Theatre
 Bonnie Koppelman

Topic: BIG CATS - Lions and Tigers and Cheetahs, Oh My!

Big cats are one of the most popular and diverse topics, as they are found worldwide in all shapes and sizes. Unearth the most interesting cats found in the Artic, Africa, and Asia. Learn about tigers, lions, leopards, including the Siberian Tiger, Cheetah, and Snow Leopard. Bonnie Koppelman is a Wildlife Expert and lectures on Cruise Ships all over the world, and now in Coral Lakes!
Thursday, September 14 at 7 PM - Theatre
Dan Hudak

Topic: Fright Night Tales - A Cult Classic Film

A lifelong film lover, Dan Hudak has worked extensively as a film critic in print, radio, and television. He has provided film reviews and commentary for WPLG-TV (ABC) Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, Chicago Tribune,, The Baltimore Sun, Orlando Sentinel, and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Thursday, October 19 at 7 PM - Theatre
Tickets for purchase in the Box Office. 

$20 Series or $5 per lecture.
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