Park Forest, IL–(ENEWSPF)– The Park Forest Public Library has a long tradition of hosting the Potpourri of Lectures series on Thursday mornings at 10:30 am in the Ringering Room. Lecturers include professors, travelers, musicians,authors, and experts in particular fields. You’ll never believe all of the interesting things you can learn from local speakers who generously volunteer their time. Come meet new friends and enjoy some refreshments as you take in an informative and entertaining lecture.
On Feb. 19, David Matteson, Professor Emeritus of Governors State University and author of Exploring the Spiritual, will give the talk “The Way to Grow Spiritually Is to Become an Explorer.”
On Feb. 26, Al Sturges will give the talk “A Trip to Uganda.”
On March 5, Nancy Dannels, teacher and world traveler, will give the talk “Trip to Italy.”
On March 12, Maestro Farobag Cooper, conductor of the Chicago Philharmonic, will give the talk “Musical Musings: Reflections on the Art of Performance.”
On March 19, Paul Beaver, Professor Emeritus of History at Lincoln College, Lincoln Scholar, and Member of the National Bicentennial Committee for the 200th Anniversary of Lincoln’s birth, will give the talk “Lincoln in Logan County.”
On March 26, Al Kranz, retired athletic trainer, will give the talk “Maintaining Flexibility and Balance as We Age.”
On April 2, Jan and Stan Moore, former English teachers at Southwest China Teachers University, will give the talk “Remembering Tiananmen.”