Presbyterian Village North
8600 Skyline Drive, Dallas
(Just off Forest Lane,
one mile east of Central Expressway)
Presentations are on the second Monday, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Call 214-355-9001 for directions. Presentations are free and open to the public.
We are delighted to join with the Emeritus Program of Richland College in this wonderful learning adventure. The series complements the Village’s commitment to foster the overall well-being of individuals through sincere, respectful relationships, diverse life-enriching opportunities and encouragement of individuals to develop and share their talents
Mar 10 - Privacy, The Bill of Rights and You - How much freedom of speech and press do we have? What has the Supreme Court said about the right to bear arms? What does “unreasonable search and seizure” mean in the digital age? Is there really a “wall” between church and state? These questions and more will be answered in this presentation.
Presenter: Chris Tucker, journalist, teacher, actor, and commentator for KERA 90.1 FM, National Public Radio
April 14 - Beethoven’s Awesome Violin Concerto - it will rock you…and knock your socks off! It starts with opening chords from the orchestra that almost stop your heart with an aching kind of longing. And where will it go from there? Beethoven makes you wait for the thrilling sound of the violin…and what will it say? What news does it bring? Come find out!
Presenter: Steve Lund, retired Academic Dean of Dallas Lutheran School
May 12 - 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.
Presenter: Gayle Ross, world adventurer and travel writer