Welcome, Regis Class of 2027! Deposit Here.
LLARC's Lunch, Listen and Learn series for spring 2023 will be held in-person at the Regis College Fine Arts Center with a Zoom option, and will be noted as such in the weekly announcements to LLARC members. The annual LLARC membership fee includes the Lunch, Listen and Learn series.
The first 30 minutes of the sessions will be for socializing, allowing time for meeting new people, catching up with friends, and general camaraderie.
Speakers begin promptly at 11:30 a.m.
|March 2||Erin Fragola, Library Outreach Coordinator, Perkins School for the Blind
"Visual Aids and Resources"
|March 9||Dan Kennedy, Professor of Journalism, Northeastern University
"Loss of Newspapers. Local News is in Crisis: What Can We Do to Save It?"
|March 16||Kalimah Redd Knight, President, League of Women for Community Service
"The League of Women for Community Service: A Piece of Living History in the heart of Boston"
|March 23||Jane Barr, Newton Wellesley Hospital
“Small Steps for Better Heart Health"
|March 30||Conor Plunkett
"Drawing Cityscapes: Boston Captured in Black and White"
|April 13||Heather Josselyn-Cranson, OSL, Sister Margaret William McCarthy Endowed Chair of Music
"A Visit with the Regis College Organist"
|April 20||Danqing Xiao, PhD, RT (MR), Associate Professor of Biology, Regis College
"Updates on Alzheimer's Disease Research"
|April 27||Ellen Tohn, President, Mass Energize
"Empowering Communities to take local Climate Action"
|May 4||Joni Kusminsky, Lovin' Spoonfuls
"Food Rescue 101: An Introduction to Wasted Food and What You Can Do about It"
|May 11||LLARC Annual Meeting|