A speaker series offering thought-provoking programs and a chance to meet new friends
Are you an active adult interested in lifelong learning... a retiree eager to expand your social network... a student of life looking to expand your horizons?
Learning Before Lunch is a monthly series of talks designed to spark meaningful conversations about the local community of New Orleans. Come together with friends and neighbors to hear entertaining and well-informed speakers discuss their passions: captivating explorations of the people and places that make New Orleans one of the world's most interesting cities.
Learning Before Lunch enters the new decade with a wide range of speakers and topics of interest to the general community. The monthly speakers we are lining up for 2022 include authors, musicians, scientists, artists, economists, and a host of other talented individuals with fascinating stories to tell.
Join us on the second Thursday of each month. Meetings are presented Live and via Zoom for an entertaining hour with our featured speaker.
Speakers begin at 10:00 Central Time; end at 11:00
Restoring the Delta
Director for the Mississippi River Delta Restoration Program
Learn the history of southeast Louisiana, its current physical predicament, and a potential future for its people and wildlife from David Muth.
David has had lifelong love of the delta. He served for three decades managing Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, was President of the Louisiana Ornithological Society, and now works for the National Wildlife Federation.
Elder Law: Legal Issues that Impact Seniors
President, Frank, Frank & Scherr, LLC
Elder Law focuses on maintaining and retaining control over your life, wealth, and health care decisions. Join attorney Jason Frank to learn about how this newly evolved practice of law can help guide you in life’s journey.
Jason has devoted much of his career to the practice of Elder Law, authoring books, serving in government, and lecturing on Elder Law issues.