BRACEBRIDGE — If you remember the ’60s, you weren’t there.
Or so someone said, though no knows for sure who.
Alas, if you think you do, you’ll be interested in three talks presented by Lakehead University in Orillia and the Muskoka CFUW Thursdays April 4, 11 and 18 at Bracebridge’s Knox Presbyterian Church at 120 Taylor Road.
The cost is $39 for all three talks.
For tickets call 705-330-4008 ext. 2632; or go to Lakehead’s website at www.lakeheadu.ca/tal.
First up April 4 is Dr. Thmas Stiff: “Who won the Space Race? The Politics of Science and the Final Frontier.’
On Aprill 11 its’ Dr. Ellen Field: “From Marching in the Streets to Surfing the Web: Activism or Slacktivisim.”
She teaches at Lakehead University’s faculty of education in Orillia.
Finally, April 18, it’s Dr. Valerie Hebert: “Witnessing Atrocities and Reconcilliation.”
She, too, is at Lakehead University, where she is an associate history professor in Orillia.