All programs are held on the campus of the
University of New Orleans
Rm 407 in the Earl K. Long Library (See Map).
Coffee with speaker at 9:30.
Program ends - 11:00
Programs and speakers are subject to change.
Check this page often for updated details.
"Witness to Change; From Jim Crow to Political Empowerment" Speaker: Sybil Morial
"Exotic Carnival, Carnival Design from the 1850's to 1900" Speaker: John Magill
Louisiana's Changing Political Landscape Speaker: Clancy Dubos
National World War II Museum: Past Present and Future Speaker: Col. Peter Crean USA (ret)
Data Center "Prosperity and Inclusion in New Orleans Speaker: Lamar Gardere
A History of Canal Street Speaker: Ed Branley
August 29th (Rescheduled)
The New New Orleans Airport Speaker: Krisiti Bennett-Holmes
"New Orleans Coffee: A Rich History"
Black Holes and Gravity Waves: Astronomy at the Edge Dr. Greg Seab
Oct. 29th (NOTE NEW DATE)
"Getting Off At Elysian Fields" John Pope
Southern Jewish Experience Kenneth Hoffman
History of the American Cocktail
Learning Before Lunch is independent and run by volunteers. We encourage anyone interested in helping to run the events, plan the events or work on publicity to join with us.