Monticello West Retirement Community McKinney Avenue
Presentations are on the 2nd Tuesday, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Call Heather Wickman at 214-528-0660 to R.S.V.P.
Lectures are free and open to the public.
Monticello West is honored to partner with the Richland College Emeritus plus 50 Program in presenting the free Senior Educational Forum Series. Our team will work alongside the Emeritus Program to ensure learning is a lifelong experience. Our mission is to provide the highest quality care, in a home-like environment while keeping our residents' dignity, independence, individuality and freedom of choice a priority. Monticello West is especially proud of our 30-year tradition in the Park Cities.
For over 30 years, Monticello West has been committed to creating a positive and stimulating environment for residents, allowing them to continue living their lives with meaning and purpose. Come see why Monticello West is truly the premier choice for a lifestyle of tranquility, comfort and peace of mind.
Mar 11- Here is Where - Here is where...something happened. But the spot is not marked! Whatever happened there is a memorable event, but there is no marker. We'll know about it, in spite of the fact, there is no sign.
Presenter: Rose-Mary Rumbley, author, teacher, lecturer
Apr 8 - The Lost Legacy of Highclere Castle: Lady Almina - A novel of the remarkable Lady of Highclere Castle in Hampshire, England. This review will bring the rich and romantic story of Almina and The Lost Legacy of Highclere Castle. This story is enchanting from beginning to end.
Presenter: Joy Davis, Dallas Book Club reviewer and speaker
May 13- Troy - Fact and Fable - We will discuss legends and fables built around Troy, Helen and Paris, and the Trojan Horse. Also we will discuss the real place in history Troy occupies. You will learn about the excavations that unearthed Troy and work going on there today. Gayle has been to Troy and will share her experiences with you.