Lecture

Villa Maria Center; Coffee and Contemplation Series - Lent - A Time of New Life Lecture

As part of its Coffee and Contemplation Series, the Villa Maria Education and Spirituality Center presents Barbara Lenarcic in a lecture on the topic Lent - A Time of New Life, on Tuesday, March 4th at 9:30 A.M. at the Villa Maria Community Center (2067 Evergreen Road) in Pulaski. [This event will include a lecture, group interaction, and an opportunity for personal reflection.] Registration and more information is available at (724) 964-8886.

Ashtabula Arts Center; Fashion of the 1950's Program

The Ashtabula Arts Center (2928 West 13th Street) presents Susan Powers in a Program on Fashion of the 1950's on Saturday, February 8th at noon. [Susan Powers has been collecting antique and vintage clothes for twenty years, teaches the Costume And Fashion class at Ursuline College and the Victorian Silhouettes class at Lakeland Community College, and her exhibit of 1950's clothing is on display at the Arts Center through Sunday, March 2nd.

Mercer County Historical Society; History in the Making Series - Hitler's Germany Lecture

As part of its new History in the Making Discussion Series, the Mercer County Historical Society (119 South Pitt Street) in Mercer presents a Lecture by Dave James entitled, Hitler's Germany, 1933-1939, on Tuesday, January 21st at 7 P.M. in the library of the Historical Society. [Mr. James will compare what was going on in Germany to what was going on in the United States and Mercer County during the years from 1933 through 1939.] More information about this free lecture is available at (724) 662-3490.

YSU Melnick Museum; Historical Understandings Of War Trauma And PTSD Lecture

The Youngstown State University Rose Melnick Medical Museum and the YSU Office of Veteran Affairs present a Lecture by Dr. Sheena Eagan Chamberlin entitled, Historical Understandings Of War Trauma And PTSD: An Exploration Of Social History Through Cultural Narrative, on Thursday, January 23rd at noon in Room 3140 of Cushwa Hall on the campus of YSU. [Dr.

Ohio Cultural Alliance; Old World Traditions - Lost And Retained - Hungarian Traditions

The Ohio Cultural Alliance presents an Old World Traditions - Lost And Retained Lecture by Stephen Hanzely, who will discuss Hungarian traditions on Monday, February 3rd at 6 P.M. at the Georgetown Banquet Center (5945 South Avenue, on the corner of Mathews Road and South Avenue) in Boardman. [Dr. Hanzely is a native of Hungary and immigrated to the United States several decades ago, and is a retiree of the Youngstown State University Physics Department.

Mahoning Valley Historical Society; Teacher Open House

The Mahoning Valley Historical Society and Mill Creek MetroParks as the Mahoning Cultural Collaborative present a Teacher Open House on Tuesday, January 21st from 3:30 until 6:30 P.M. at the D.D. and Velma Davis Education and Visitor Center, located in Fellows Riverside Gardens (123 McKinley Avenue) in Youngstown. [This event will feature representatives from area museums and cultural resource centers, who will answer questions about educational programs, field trips, outreach programs, and more.] More information about this event is available at (330) 743-2589.

Pig Iron Literary & Art Works; Second Tuesday Open Poetry Reading

Pig Iron Literary and Art Works (26 North Phelps Street) in Downtown Youngstown presents a free Second Tuesday Open Poetry Reading on Tuesday, March 11th at 7:30 P.M. [This Poetry Reading includes members of the audience, of any age or experience level, reading their own or a favorite poem.] More information about this event is available at (330) 747-6932.

Mill Creek MetroParks; Well-Read Gardener - Mystery Of Seeds

Mill Creek MetroParks presents a program entitled, Well-Read Gardener - Mystery Of Seeds, on Thursday, January 30th at 6 P.M. at the Antonucci Library in the D.D. and Velma Davis Education and Visitor Center, located in Fellows Riverside Gardens (123 McKinley Avenue) in Youngstown. [Well-Read Gardener - Mystery Of Seeds will feature Horticulture Director, Keith Kaiser as he explores the knowledge available about seeds.] Registration and more information about this program is available at (330) 740-7116.

YSU Williamson College; Business Seminar - Why Africa Now?

The Youngstown State University Williamson College Of Business Administration presents a Seminar by Patrick Griswold entitled, Why Africa Now? on Thursday, January 16th at 10:30 A.M.

Pig Iron Literary & Art Works; Second Tuesday Open Poetry Reading

Pig Iron Literary and Art Works (26 North Phelps Street) in Downtown Youngstown presents a free Second Tuesday Open Poetry Reading on Tuesday, February 11th at 7:30 P.M. [This Poetry Reading includes members of the audience, of any age or experience level, reading their own or a favorite poem.] More information about this event is available at (330) 747-6932.

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