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Opera for Everyone with Erika Reitshamer : 5 part multi-media lecture series
Beginning Sunday Nov 5 & Nov 19 2:00-3:00 pm 

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  Nov 5: The Life of Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901). Verdi was the leading Italian composer of Opera in the 19th century. He was not only a      great operatic  composer, but also a symbol of an entire country's hopes and dreams

  Nov 19: Otello Verdi's greatest tragedy will be discussed. DVD excerpts featuring Placido Domingo singing his greatest role and Kiri Te        Kanawa as Desdemona.
  Join us as Erika Reitshamer returns for a series of lectures on the great composers and their works. Erika has lectured throughout Boston      and is a board member of the New England Opera Club and a founding force behind Boston Lyric Opera Company.
  Sponsored by The Friends of the Lincoln Public Library 
  Other dates in series: December 17, January 7 & January 21

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GRALTA Foundation Program: Courageous Women Tuesday Oct 24 1:30 pm 

Gralta Foundation & The Tree of Life Educational Fund Present:
Fayrouz Sharqawi, a Palestinian citizen of Israel, is the Advocacy Coordinator at Grassroots Jerusalem (GJ), a platform for Palestinian community-based mobilization, leadership and advocacy in occupied Jerusalem.  As Advocacy Coordinator since 2012, Fayrouz leads campaigns, supports community events and activities, and provides political analysis. She holds a BA in journalism and English linguistics, and a masters degree in conflict resolution. Madonna Thunder Hawk is a member of the Oohenumpa band of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and has a long history of grassroots activism prior to her formative work for Lakota People's Law Project (LPLP) as a Tribal Liaison. She is co-founder of Women of All Red Nations (WARN). She was a member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) and occupied Alcatraz and Wounded Knee in protest of the federal government's genocidal policies against Native Americans. She spent months camped in Standing Rock to oppose the Dakota Access pipeline

 

Great Artworks of the 20th century with Steven Kendell Saturdays Oct 21, 28 and Nov. 4 3:00-4:30 pm Registration was required. Class is full.

The genius behind various 20th century artworks & artists — From Picasso to Pollack and beyond will be revealed and the group will discuss their own thoughts & reactions to each piece. Class size limited to 25 people. This program is co-sponsored by The Friends of the Lincoln Public Library and the Friends of the Lincoln Council on Aging.

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