When:
October 26, 2021 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
2021-10-26T10:00:00-04:00
2021-10-26T12:00:00-04:00
Where:
Virtual Event
Contact:
Lifelong Learning Niagara

Lectures will be offered virtually via Zoom webinars from 10 AM to 12 PM on Tuesdays from October 5 to November 9, 2021. Lectures are subject to change without notice.

Registration closes on September 22nd at 8 AM or sooner, if at capacity.

Virtual Lectures:

October 5th, 2021
The Erosion of Trust in 21st Century Politics
Presented by Michael Johns

Dr. Michael Johns will examine the decline of trust in modern society generally and in politics specifically. He will discuss what happens in a democracy when people do not trust the government, experts and each other.

October 12th, 2021
Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Moment
Presented by Sarah Milroy

Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Moment is a major exhibition of Canadian women artists that coincides with, and offers commentary on, the centenary celebration of the Group of Seven.

October 19th, 2021
Black Holes
Presented by Michael Reid

In this talk, we’ll explore these and many other intriguing aspects of black holes using pictures and analogies to make the science accessible to everyone.

October 26th, 2021
Dealing with Pain as a Senior
Presented by Dr. Lydia Hatcher

Lydia will give you insights into how you or your loved ones can apply healthy lifestyle choices around pain and illness. She will discuss how to avoid frailty or manage it more safely if it is a concern. She will also give you guidance in pain management in both young and older seniors. To quote Maurice Chevalier, “Old age is not so bad when you consider the alternative.”

November 2nd, 2021
Forensics in Crime Solving
Presented by Myriam Nafte

In this lecture, Myriam will define the evolving field of police forensics with an overview of the protocols governing crime scenes, warrants, security, and the processing of physical evidence.

November 9th, 2021
Ian Fleming, the secret lives of James Bond’s father
Presented by Olivier Courteaux

His name was Ian Fleming. Born in wealth, the young Ian lived a life of privilege, indulging in ski trips in Switzerland, women and fast cars. Until the outbreak of the Second World War in Europe…!

To learn more visit: https://llniagara.ca/fall-lecture-series/