2022 Programs - In-Person and Virtual Meetings via Zoom
Speakers begin at 10:00 AM Central Time

 January 13th 

"Cities of the Dead"      

Speaker: Emily Ford, Cemeteries Superintendent, NOLA

February  10th 

"What's Next for City Park?"  

Speaker: Cara Lambright, CEO of City Park

March 10th

"The Irish in New Orleans

Speaker: Laura Kelley, Author and Ethnic Historian at Tulane University 

April 14th

"Queen Nefertari’s Egypt" 

Speaker: Lisa Rotondo-McCord, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs, NOMA

May 12th

"Music as Medicine" 

Speaker: Randy Rosenberg, MD, Vascular Neurology Specialist and Clinical Associate Professor at Temple University

June 9th

"Making Sense of the NOLA Art Scene" 

Speaker: Doug MacCash, Arts and Entertainment Writer at The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate 

July 14th

"History of the New Orleans Fire Department"

Speaker: Nikki Caruso, Research Historian

 

August 11th

"Living with the Cone of Uncertainty"

Speaker: Chris Franklin, Chief Meteorologist, WWL-TV

September 8th

"Sicilian New Orleans"

Speaker: Liz Williams, Founder, Southern Food and Beverage Museum

October 13th

"Restoring the Delta" 

Speaker: David Muth, Director, Mississippi River Delta Restoration Program

November 10th

"Elder Law: Legal Issues that Impact Seniors" 

Speaker: Jason Frank, President, Frank, Frank & Scherr, LLC 

December 8th

"Modine's Christmas" 

Speaker: Liz Scott, Author and Humorist

 

     During the pandemic, programs will be held in-person and virtually via Zoom.

University of New Orleans  

Alumni Center  (See Map)

Coffee with speaker at 9:30 am

Program ends at 11:00 am

 


     

Programs and speakers are subject to change. 

Check this page often for updated details.

 Learning Before Lunch is an independent organization run by volunteers.

We encourage anyone interested in helping run, plan or work on publicity for our events to join us. 

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