Future Speakers

Feb 27 Theresa Kelleher, Ph.D., “The Silk Road….A Case of Multiculturalism in Pre-modern Times”
March 6 Clarinda Higgins with William G. Armstrong, Jr., authors, “Against the Current: How Albert Schweitzer Inspired a Young Man’s Journey”
Mar 13 Sylvia Reiss, Collector and recorder of 18th & 19th-century New England stone walls, “The Stone Walls of Connecticut.”
Mar 20 Dr. Kevin Gutzman, author and Professor at Western Connecticut State University, “Thomas Jefferson, Revolutionary; A Radical’s Struggle to Remake America”
Mar 27 Mark Pruner, Greenwich Realtor and columnist, “The Greenwich Real Estate Market and the Trends Affecting Prices”
April 3 Ambassador Tom Niles, “My Perspective on Foreign Affairs Today”
April 10 Julie Jason, Financial expert & columnist. “Managing One’s Assets During Retirement in Good Times and Bad”
April 17 Jane Condon, Comedian
April 24 Laura Grego, Scientist, “Space-Based Missile Defense: Back to the Future?”
May 1 Saul Rothenbert, Ph.D., Psychology, “Insomnia: Sleep Disorders & Sleep Medicine”
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May 15 Charles S. Spencer, PhD, Curator of Mexican and Central American Archaeology, Division of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History, “The Archeology of the Ancient Zapotecs of Oaxaca”
May 22 The Melody Men, RMA’s Own Outreach Singing Group
May 29 Professor David Blight, Yale University Professor and author, “Frederick Douglass, Prophet of Freedom”
June 5 Robert S. Wylie, D-Day, June 6, 1944, witness and participant
June 12 Lou Allstadt, “How Do We Transition to Renewable Energy?”
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June 26 Larry Kantor, “The State of the Economy”
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Aug 21 Mark Albertson, “Joseph Stalin”
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Sept 18 Philip McKnight, faculty of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, MA and adjunct professor of environmental law and environmental history at Williams College, “The Shakespeare Nobody Knows”
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