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OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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SUMMER 2017 REGISTRATION ST OPENS MAY OSHER1 AT 9AM! LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE

Short Courses

Educational Travel & Tours

Osher Talks

Go Explore

Special Interest Groups

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OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN–MILWAUKEE

Core Programming Committee

Your Osher Connection

Special thanks to the core programming committee

KIM BECK Executive Director kcb@uwm.edu 414-227-3321

members who put together our course offerings: Mary Lou Del Balso (Co-Chairs)......................... 262-853-9395 Paula Friedman (Co-Chairs)................................ 414-540-9120

JAYNA HINTZ Program Manager hintz4@uwm.edu 414-227-3255

Phyllis Bankier....................................................... 414-305-5280 John Buckson........................................................ 414-852-8845 Geri Halaska.......................................................... 414-476-7216

KAREN BARRY Membership Coordinator barrykj@uwm.edu 414-227-3320

Ruth Krossin........................................................... 414-764-4822 Marcia Laskey....................................................... 414-236-5451 Gretchen Lindstrom.............................................. 262-370-0047 John Link................................................................ 414-588-5162 Joyce Madsen....................................................... 262-242-5403

Table of Contents

Maggie McCarthy................................................. 262-236-9902

Membership Information.......................................................... 3 Short Courses..........................................................................4-7 Osher Talks.............................................................................8-10 Special Interest Groups.......................................................... 11 Educational Travel & Tours...............................................12-13 Go Explore............................................................................13-17 How To Participate / Registration Information...............18-19 Location And Parking Information........................................ 20

Kathy Ortiz.............................................................. 414-527-4940 Kalpana Rohatgi.................................................... 414-962-3428 Marcia Scherrer................................................... 414-423-8212 Beth Waschow...................................................... 414-764-9299 Osher relies on the generosity of members serving on committees to keep our programs running smoothly. Visit the “about us” page of the Osher website at uwm.edu/sce-osher for all of the ways in which you can get involved.

Registration Forms..............................................................21-22

Get Ready for the Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 Big Read Learn more on page 17.

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UWM’s School of Continuing Education (SCE) is the largest provider of noncredit continuing education in Southeastern Wisconsin, with over 15,000 participants, more than 1,000 programs and 600 practitioner instructors. Our state-of-the-art classrooms and conference services are located in downtown Milwaukee – the heart of the city’s business and commercial district. SCE is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee.

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Becoming An Osher Member The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a membership program for adults 50 and over who understand that quality of life is enhanced through learning. You need not be an alumnus/alumna of UWM in order to join. Osher is the perfect way to expand your knowledge while joining more than 1,400 like-minded, active older adults.

New/Returning Member Orientation All interested members, new and returning, or non-members interested in learning about Osher are welcome! Do you have questions about Short Courses, Special Interest Groups or Go Explore programs? Learn how to register for courses, how to participate in Special Interest Groups, locations of programs and parking information. Fri, June 9, 9-10am School of Continuing Education FREE, Program No. SUM:099

You must be a member of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UWM to register for programs. If you have not joined Osher or renewed your membership, you may do so by including the membership fee (see page 18) with the registration form on pages 21-22, or visit uwm.edu/sce-osher. To verify your membership status, call the Osher office at 414-227-3320.

Osher Member Benefits •

Attend short courses and lectures taught by UWM faculty, Osher members and other noted experts that explore a variety of thought-provoking topics

Participate in Go Explore excursions to some of the most interesting places in the Greater Milwaukee area

Enroll in peer-directed Special Interest Groups (SIG) focused on a variety of subjects

Receive discounts on travel programs to remarkable locations around the world

Enjoy social events throughout the year

Meet new friends who share a love of learning

Keep up-to-date with the organization through the bi-monthly e-newsletter highlighting member profiles, future activities and events of interest

Receive a complimentary library card for UWM’s Golda Meir Library

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Inside Osher Position yourself as an Osher insider. Learn how to get the most from your membership. Discover what makes the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UWM special, how it came to be and how it is fits into both the national Osher Lifelong Learning Institute network and our host university. Hear what the institute is doing to ensure its long-term health and viability. Explore the vital role that volunteers play, as well as other special opportunities and benefits that you may not be aware of. This is an excellent behind the scenes look at how Osher works. Every member, old and new, should attend. Presenter: Kim Beck Thu, June 15, 9:30am-Noon School of Continuing Education $10, Program No. SUM:206

New/Returning Presenters Orientation New and returning Osher presenters are invited to learn what to expect when instructing an Osher course. Explore the importance of classroom community, develop awareness for barriers to learning and discuss member’s expectations, program content and delivery. Practical tips will be offered on accessing audio-visual equipment, getting copies made, distributing information to program participants and who to contact when problems arise during presentations. Presenter: Jayna Hintz Wed, Sept 13, 10am-Noon School of Continuing Education Free, Program Number FALL:101

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SHORT COURSES Enjoy two- to six-week noncredit sessions on various topics such as the arts, literature, ethics, law, politics, religion, and history taught by UWM faculty and other experts and professionals in the community. Courses are designed for people from all walks of life and educational levels; the only admission requirement is a desire to learn.

University Community Orchestra This ensemble invites advanced beginners or skilled amateurs (ages 12 and older) to rehearse and perform together. It is open to anyone who can read music and enjoys playing classical symphonic repertoire. UWM Professor Emeritus Margery Deutsch supervises weekly rehearsals with her conducting staff. Contact Margery Deutsch at uco@uwm.edu or 414-229-4609 as soon as possible. 9 Wed, May 31-July 26, 7-9:30pm Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts $99 (if registered by May 31) $109 Program No. 8300-10006

Watercolor Painting at Villa Terrace

Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement

Professor Emeritus Leon Travanti will teach a course designed to explore the expressive qualities of watercolor as well as observe the special qualities and details of the gardens and the unusual architectural details of Villa Terrace Museum. Participants will use a variety of water and brush experiments depending on previous experience. He works with beginners and experienced painters and will use the first session to demonstrate techniques, encourage experimentation and focus on individual concerns.

Get equipped with the facts you need to prepare for a financially secure retirement. Learn to maximize your income and get more from investments. Protect your hardearned money from inflation, income taxes and erosion due to possible long-term health care needs. Learn a conservative approach to wise money management and identify lifestyle issues facing retirees. The instructors provide information that is current, comprehensive and noncommercial. The material is relevant to those in the early stage of retirement planning as well as those who are very close to retirement or just completed retirement. Presenters: Tyler Briggs, CFP®, AAMS®, Blaine Gibson, CFP®, AWMA®, Paul Westphal, CIMA®, Wendy Rusch 4 Tue, June 6-27, 6-8:30pm School of Continuing Education $119, Program No. 8300-10025 Couples sharing material register as one Osher members receive a $30 discount

Supplies to bring: A small watercolor book/ block, plastic water jug, white dinner plate or such to mix paints. Red, yellow, blue, green, umber watercolor tubes, quality watercolor brushes in three sizes, plus a large wash brush to flood paper surfaces, cotton rags and kitchen paper towels. Presenter: Leon Travanti 4 Thu, June 1-22, 1-3pm Villa Terrace, 2220 N Terrace Ave $40, Program No. SUM:100

‘The Brain’, Part 1 – DVD course In this PBS series, neuroscientist David Eagleton explores the wonders of the human brain in an epic series that reveals the ultimate story of us, why we feel and think the things we do. “The Brain” blends science with innovative visual effects and compelling personal stories. Topics are: What is reality? What makes me? Who is in control? Presenter: Beth Waschow 3 Thu, June 1-15, 2:15-3:30pm UWM Hefter Center $20, Program No. SUM:102

Summer Potpourri I Each week, enjoy a different speaker and discover a different topic. 3 Mon, June 12-26, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $20, Program No. SUM:104 June 12 – You’re going to do WHAT?! Joining the Peace Corps at age 63 – When President Kennedy launched the Peace Corps in 1961, Donna Eigen was starting high school. The ideology of making the world a better place stayed with her for the next 50 years. At 62 she knew it was time to trade in the corporate world for the real one. The Peace Corps beckoned with the possibility of finally nudging the good meter forward. Donna retired, put her affairs in order, and headed south to Mexico and experienced a difficult, life-altering, yet deeply satisfying, journey. Presenter: Donna Eigen June 19 – Stepping Stones to Conscious Aging – This talk is a reflection on aging which explores the unexamined, selflimiting stereotypes and assumptions about aging to help ourselves to make

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June 26 – Urban Threads – Approximately 4,000 students in Milwaukee Public Schools are homeless and often don’t have adequate clothes for school. Urban Threads is a clothing distribution center that provides new clothing free to the homeless children in MPS. We sort and arrange our clothing in a department storelike fashion, so that kids can have a fun shopping experience, assisted by personal shoppers (trained volunteers). Learn how – through community involvement – Urban Threads/LSS is able to provide dignity to children by providing new clothes. Presenter: Carla Schultz

Wisdom Tales World cultures and religions use stories to teach important lessons. Stories capture the imagination and facilitate personal engagement with time-tested truths. They answer such questions as: Who are we? Where are we? What are we to do? In this three-session course, a wide variety of wisdom tales will assist our search for answers. Presenter: Carolyn Sweers 3 Tue, June 13-27, 12:30-1:45pm School of Continuing Education $20, Program No. SUM:108

Glacial Geology of Milwaukee

Painting With Acrylics – The Basics Inspiration Studios will offer a three-class series on the basics of painting with acrylics on Tuesdays in June. Participants will learn techniques for blending and manipulating acrylic paints to create oneof-a-kind paintings. One 16×20 canvas will be provided, along with basic painting supplies. Participants may bring preferred materials, canvases, brushes and acrylics. Presenter: Diane Ulezelski 3 Tue, June 13-27, 1-3:30pm West Allis City Hall Gallery 7525 W Greenfield Ave $45, Program No. SUM:107

How did the general Milwaukee area come to be, geologically? Milwaukee’s geology and present surface features are the result of many different Earth processes extending from the Precambrian Period (>570 millions of years ago) to those occurring today. We will discuss the formation and erosion of mountain ranges, the existence of shallow continental seas and the animals and plants that lived within them, and the waxing and waning of 2,000-foot-thick ice sheets. You won’t look at Milwaukee the same way again. Presenter: Mark Borucki 2 Fri, June 16-23, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $15, Program No. SUM:110

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Think you can’t draw? Think again. Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts developed the Zentangle Method of drawing 12 years ago as a way of creating abstract art using a structured process and repetitive patterns. Their intention was to make it possible for almost anyone to learn to draw, make art, and be creative. First session – history and description of Zentangle and beginning hands-on lesson introducing the Zentangle Method and basic tangles. Second session – question-and-answer, learning and practicing additional tangles, and an overview of Zentangle-inspired art methods, including working with other art mediums. Presenter: Sally Stanton, Ph.D. 2 Tue, June 20 & June 27, 10am-Noon UWM Hefter Center $15, Program No. SUM:112

Short Courses

Meditative Art of Zentangle

better choices for life-affirming actions and beliefs. We will address selfcompassion to cope more effectively with change, worry and stresses associated with aging. We will reflect on what has given heart and meaning to our lives and how that informs our intentions for our aging process and enhances our sense of connection. We are the creators of a New Vision of Aging. Presenter: Marge Nixon

‘The Brain’, Part 2 – DVD Course In part 2 of this PBS series, David Eagleton explores how the brain navigates the myriad of conscious and unconscious decisions we make every day, how the human brain depends on other brains to thrive and survive, and what’s next for the human brain and for our species. Presenter: Beth Waschow 3 Thu, June 29-July 13, 2:15-3:30pm UWM Hefter Center $20, Program No. SUM:114

Controversial Art A look at controversial art through the ages – from the Sistine Chapel to the Eiffel Tower to Milwaukee’s di Suvero sculpture. Size, shape, location, color, material and subject matter are the usual points of contention. Sometimes who made it is the sticking point. Presenter: Tony Busalacchi Mon-Tue, July 10-11, 10-11:15am School of Continuing Education $15, Program No. SUM:115

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Summer Potpourri II

Culture of Japan

Each week, enjoy a different speaker and discover a different topic. 3 Mon, July 10-24, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $20, Program No. SUM:116

This presentation covers basic information about Japan – a brief history and geographical characteristics, religions, language, aesthetics, unique art performances, and people’s lives today. Presenter: Yoko Kawamura 3 Tue, July 11-25, 4-5:15pm School of Continuing Education $15, Program No. SUM:118

July 10 – Germans from Russia, Who Are They? – This presentation is designed to provide a basic overview of Germans from Russia, starting with the economic conditions in Germany during the 1760s, Catherine the Great’s manifesto allowing them to colonize Russia, their subsequent life in the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, their fate during WWI and WWII, and their exodus to other countries, including the U.S., starting in the 1870s. Although they settled primarily in the Great Plains and worked as farmers, a small number settled in industrialized urban centers along Lake Michigan, including North Milwaukee. Presenter: Wilhelm Doos July 17 – Plans to clean up and redevelop the Harbor District – Milwaukee grew up around its waterways. Early settlers – from Native Americans to French fur traders – prized the rich marsh land full of game. Later settlers valued the protected harbor and rivers. Over time, we created an industrialized waterfront at the very heart of our city. Now, the city has a chance to revitalize this neglected area. What should it be? Hear plans to clean up and redevelop the Harbor District from staff at the organization spearheading the effort. Presenter: Harbor District Inc. Staff July 24 – I Know That Voice: Insights from a Public Radio Producer – Learn how the stories and segments you hear on WUWM’s “Lake Effect” are made from beginning to air. From finding stories, conducting interviews, and working with a team to put six hours of content on the air every week, radio is a lot more than recording conversations. Presenter: Audrey Nowakowski

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Elizabeth I – the Original Wonder Woman From princess to bastard to Queen, we’ll explore the facts, myths and truly remarkable life of Queen Elizabeth I. The child of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth I ruled England for 45 years, during which it became the leading Protestant world power for the next three centuries. Brave, resourceful, charismatic, clever and extraordinarily cultured, her reign became known as the Golden Age of England. Presenter: Lisa Schuldt 2 Wed, July 12-19, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $15, Program No. SUM:120

Intro to Watercolor Inspiration Studios will offer a beginning watercolor, three-class series on Wednesday afternoons in July. Participants will learn basics of using watercolor techniques (such as dry brush, flat wash, lifting, splattering, blooms) to create unique works of art. Each meeting builds on the prior class. Some basic watercolor supplies will be provided, including watercolor paper. Participants are asked to bring preferred watercolor supplies. Presenter: Diane Ulezelski 3 Wed, July 12-26, 1-3:30pm West Allis City Hall Gallery 7525 W Greenfield Ave $45, Program No. SUM:122

World’s Greatest Geological Wonders, Part 3 – DVD Course We continue the Great Course on spectacular geological wonders. Each week we watch two videos, each about 30 minutes, with time for a short discussion at the end. Lectures cover the geology of the Cave of Crystals, the Great Blue Hole, Ha Long Bay, Bryce Canyon, Uluru/Ayers Rock and Devils Tower. In each, the professor also discusses his next four favorite sites with similar geography. Presenter: Gretchen Lindstrom 3 Thu, July 13-27, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $20, Program No. SUM:126

Films Move This Summer Film Movement distributes independent, foreign and documentary films that may not make it to local theaters. According to its mission statement, “At its heart, Film Movement is dedicated to providing intelligent, beautiful and compelling art to ever-growing audiences who want more than the standard Hollywood fare.” We will watch and discuss three films (different from those seen in other semesters), all comedies: “Men at Work” from Iran; “The Tall Blond Man with One Brown Shoe” from France; and “Wilby Wonderful” from Canada. Please note that classes are two hours to accommodate information sharing about the film before viewing as well as discussion after. If any of the films is not available, another will be selected in its place. Presenter: Kathy Johnson 3 Tue, July 18-Aug 1, 10am-Noon School of Continuing Education $20, Program No. SUM:128

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Short Courses

Calvary Cemetery Talk and Walk

Philosophy as Child’s Play

Learn about Calvary Cemetery and Chapel with a presentation by local architect Keith Schultz, president of Friends of Calvary Cemetery. This presentation will be followed the next day by a guided tour through the cemetery grounds. This is the oldest Catholic cemetery in Milwaukee. It was consecrated by Milwaukee’s first Archbishop, John Henni, in 1857 and is the final resting place of many famous Milwaukeeans. Presenter: Keith Schultz

Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass” provide intriguing material for philosophical discussion. What makes a place a “wonderland?” What are the characteristics of a “Looking-Glass World?” Is it important to practice believing “impossible things?” How much can one change yet remain the same…and does it matter? What sort of things are cause for rejoicing? Presenter: Carolyn Sweers 3 Wed, Aug 2-16, 12:30-1:45pm School of Continuing Education $20, Program No. SUM:134

Accessibility: Walking on uneven ground and up and down narrow stairways. Parking available on the cemetery grounds

Wed-Thu, July 26-27, 10-11:30am 1st day is the talk (July 26 at SCE) 2nd day is the walking tour (July 27 at Calvary Cemetery) $10, Program No. SUM:130

Economic Issues facing the New President This two-session course will provide participants with a framework for thinking about the economy, how to search for and read about economic issues, and how to assess the policies proposed by office-holders and office-seekers. The first class will be a presentation of core ideas, including questions and a discussion. The second class will focus on topics of greatest interest – e.g., Social Security, pensions, jobs, climate, Affordable Care Act, Common Core – as suggested by participants. Presenter: Bill Holahan 2 Tue, Aug 1-8, 12:30-1:45pm School of Continuing Education $15, Program No. SUM:132

August 21 – Book: Milwaukee: People, Places, and Traditions – The Milwaukee Writer’s Circle was established in 2010 and incorporated as a non-profit in 2011. This is their second anthology. Hear about the writing group and enjoy a taste of Milwaukee as several of the authors talk about their writing experiences and share excerpts from their contributions to the book. They are proud of their city and love sharing their authentic voices and diverse writing styles. Presenters: Members of the Milwaukee Writer’s Circle

Summer Potpourri III Each week, enjoy a different speaker and discover a different topic. 3 Mon, Aug 7-21, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $20, Program No. SUM:136 August 7 – Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin – When home is very far away and you have a sick child, the Ronald McDonald House is there to provide a home away from home. Learn more about this amazing global organization and how you can help. Presenter: Bridget Kesner August 14 – Chocolate from Bean to Bar – Learn how Tabal is leading the charge to create high-quality, organic chocolate products with local organizations and small farmers right here in Milwaukee. Hear about the traditional chocolate making methods used to produce chocolate that is minimally processed to retain a high percentage of the nutrients in the cacao beans, which are the main ingredients. Presenter: Dan Bieser

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The Trans-Siberian Railroad Join Tony and his wife Pat as they share experiences from their travels across Russia on one of the world’s longest railroads. Start at Vladivostok on the Pacific and end in Moscow two weeks later. See Russian Orthodox cathedrals, Muslim mosques, Buddhist temples plus palaces, museums, concert halls and much, much more. Presenter: Tony Busalacchi 3 Tue, Aug 15-22, 10-11:30am Cultural Arts Center St. John’s on the Lake 1840 N Prospect Ave $15, Program No. SUM:138

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OSHER TALKS Explore new ideas and knowledge, presented by prominent experts and passionate peers on a variety of topics.

The Enneagram Learn about the Nine Universal Personality Types and your enneagram personality type – along with the “wellness map” within it. The enneagram is a time-honored system for understanding the Nine Universal Personality Types and holds, within it, an emotional wellness map for each individual no matter what type they fall within. It is a profound and practical map for deepening self-awareness, developing compassion and empowerment. Presenter: Rosemary Hurwitz Thu, June 1, 10am-12:30pm UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:200

Green Cleaning Workshop

Chamber Music: Strings in Conversation

We strive to keep our homes clean and healthy, but sometimes use toxic chemicals to do so. Is there another way? Find out what common household ingredients can be used to keep your home healthy, clean and safe. Find out what really works based on university studies, and how to assess commercial cleaning products. Make and take home some “Creamy Soft Scrub,” along with the recipe – you’ll want more! Presenter: Meribeth Sullivan Wed, June 14, 10am-Noon UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:204

When chamber music is composed for strings, the number and range of the instruments matter. The violin family – violin, viola, cello and bass – may be mixed in different combinations. This session features a string trio, a quartet and several quintets – with an additional viola, cello or even a bass – along with masterworks for string sextet, octet and small string orchestra. All selections will be liveperformance videos, with an opportunity to observe how players are assigned roles. Featured will be well-known works of Schubert, Mozart, Dvorak, Brahms, Mendelssohn and Vaughan Williams. Presenter: Michael Barndt Mon, July 10, 10-11:30am School of Continuing Education $10, Program No. SUM:210

Fair Trade in Mexico and Nicaragua

Shamanism & Shamanic Healing Are you curious about shamanism and shamanic healing? Journey with Dr. Sally Stanton to explore the fascinating history of indigenous shamanism and contemporary shamanic practices. Learn how shamanic workers use sound induction, breathing techniques, imagination, plants, rituals and ceremony to induce a shamanic state of consciousness (ecstatic trance). Experience a brief shamanic journey (optional) as well as how a shamanic worker creates a medicine space for sacred work. Presenter: Sally Stanton Tue, June 13, 10am-Noon UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:202

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Deadly Little Secrets; Dirty Little Lies: Intel from the Cold War Did you know or ever wonder about how President Harding lost the White House china in a poker game or government actions during 9-11? Where’s the poison gas buried or stored? Why did they really build the new Denver Airport? What really happened with the Kursk and K129 submarines sinking? UFO’s? There’s a few tales to tell. Fort Knox: Where’s the Gold? And a whole lot more. Presenter: Dan Heibler Mon, June 19, 12:30-1:45pm UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:208

On recent trips to southern Mexico and Nicaragua, Steve Watrous met producers and learned about their fair trade goods destined for the United States You’ll see slides and hear about people who grow coffee, sew clothes and create handcrafts. You will learn how the fair trade system improved their lives. Many of the goods have a local connection: coffee that ends up in Milwaukee and Madison, a Wisconsin group’s project for which women weave trashed plastic bags into purses, and a factory that made clothes for Kohl’s – but faced unionization. Presenter: Steve Watrous Mon, July 10, 12:30-1:45pm UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:211

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Memory Café

In the movie “Groundhog Day,” a nasty, egocentric, sarcastic and selfish weatherman at local Pittsburgh TV station played by Bill Murray is sent to Punxsutawney to report on the famous tradition of a groundhog predicting how much winter is left. It turns out to be one of the worst days of his life; he is not able to leave due to an unexpected blizzard. When he wakes up the next morning, eager to go back to Pittsburgh, he realizes that he is living the same day all over again! And so it goes, until he finally, slowly transforms into a better person. This entertaining movie also makes a clever statement about the Eastern philosophy of karma (the principle of cause and effect). Join Kim Beck for a viewing and a lively discussion of the Hindu and Buddhist concepts of karma, rebirth and moksha (release from the cycle of reincarnation). Presenter: Kim Beck Wed, July 12, 2-4:30pm School of Continuing Education $10, Program No. SUM:212

Extreme Mystery Fandom The Jordans discuss their journey from readers to fans to publishers and convention planners – with each step being driven by their love of the mystery genre. Presenters: Jon Jordan, Ruth Jordan Mon, July 17, 12:30-1:45pm UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:214

What exactly is a memory café? Learn how these social gatherings evolved to support people with memory loss and their care partners. Presenter: Wendy Betley Tue, July 18, 10am-Noon UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:216

Exploring French Polynesia to Easter Island by Sea Exploring French Polynesia to Easter Island by Sea aboard the National Geographic Orion. Join Loni as she shares her experiences which include: swimming in a grotto cave, viewing beautiful atolls, swimming with sharks, hiking trails on Mangareva (Mt. Duff) and Pitcairn Islands and learning mysteries about Easter Island. Presenter: Loni Kagen Tue, July 25, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:218

iPhone Photography – Art at your Fingertips Sure, it’s a phone. But it’s so much more than that. That phone in your pocket is also a powerful camera. We’ll cover: operating your iPhone camera to its fullest, light and composition, gear to extend what your phonecam can do, apps and editing, and ways to store and share your photos. Please note that while the instructor uses and knows an iPhone, much of what will be covered is applicable to other smart phones. Presenter: Terri Hart-Ellis Wed, Aug 2, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:220

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The ‘Hearing Bone’ is Connected to the What? Learn what risk factors make you more prone to hearing loss – the third most prevalent chronic condition in older Americans – and learn what effects hearing loss can have on your physical, social and emotional well-being. Your hearing health contributes to your overall well-being and quality of life. See how you can take a more empowered and proactive approach to better health and a more active lifestyle. Let’s start with better hearing health. Presenter: Karen Belgard Thu, Aug 3, 2-3:15pm UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:222

Osher Talks

‘Ground Hog Day’ and Karma

Steps toward Understanding: The Life and Death of a New York Drag Queen July 6 marks the 25th anniversary of the death of Marsha P. Johnson, a drag queen and activist, veteran of the Stonewall riots. Let’s meet Marsha, who was famous in New York in the 70s and 80s until her death in 1992 at the age of 47. She was an early activist and has been the subject of – or featured in – movies and books. The struggles around LGBTQ rights have been frequently in the news. Some of us have some personal knowledge or understanding of the importance of events around this struggle. Others of us do not have a personal connection and may not appreciate or understand these issues. Presenter: Kathy Johnson Mon, Aug 7, 12:30-1:45pm UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:224

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Early History of Milwaukee

Let Me Help You with Your iPhone/iPad

The Early History of Milwaukee presentation shares Milwaukee’s history – prehistoric times, native tribes, fur traders, the three original settlements of Juneautown, Kilbourntown and Walker’s Point – through the commercial period of 1840 to 1846. Presenter: Bob Giese Tue, Aug 8, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:226

This is an informal, small-group session for people who want to get more out of their iPhone or iPad. I can help you set up a new app you would like to use and answer questions you might have. I can also offer suggestions of how to use your iPhone / iPad more often in your daily life. Presenter: Kathrine Smith Thu, Aug 10, 10-11:15am School of Continuing Education $10, Program No. SUM:230

Birds and Bird Conservation in the Milwaukee County Park System

Trends in Amplification

Since 2013, Milwaukee County Parks Natural Areas staff members have conducted bird surveys throughout the park system as part of their larger wildlife monitoring and restoration ecology program. They confirmed the presence of 233 species within the park system. Attendees will learn about these species, their habitat, identification, and where the best birding locations are in the park system. Presenter: Brian Russart Wed, Aug 9, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:228

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More than 30 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss – yet only 30 percent of the hearing-impaired population is advised by physicians to seek hearing help. This course is focused on the latest available options in digital technology hearing aids and accessories to help maximize communication for the hearing impaired. This includes discussion on iPhone-ready hearing aids, wireless communication systems, Bluetooth capabilities and new technology for facilitating hearing in background noise. Presenter: Dr. Kathryn Rehse Mon, Aug 14, 4-5:15pm UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:232

Lawn Care: Organic Approaches & Fall Best Practices Learn the latest approaches to a green & healthy lawn through organic practices that feed the soil and create the best growing medium for America’s biggest crop: the lawn! Find out which steps to start in September, the most important month of the year for lawn care. Presenter: Meribeth Sullivan Wed, Aug 16, 10-11:15am UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:234

Milwaukee Film Festival Cara Ogburn, Milwaukee Film Festival’s Programming & Education Director, will preview the 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival, sharing some early selections before the full slate is revealed publicly. Cara will discuss in-depth the programming process that she and her team use to present Milwaukee with nearly 300 films over 15 days each fall. Presenter: Cara Ogburn Tue, Aug 22, 2-3:15pm UWM Hefter Center $10, Program No. SUM:236

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SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS Join socially stimulating, peer-led study groups that meet on a regular basis at various locations. Please call each contact person to confirm your participation before attending. Note: There will be a $5 per-term fee for each Special Interest Group in which you participate.

Are you ready for some bridge? This is noncompetitive bridge for players who want to have fun and interact with others. It’s intended for the intermediate bridge player who has a basic knowledge of bridge concepts. Contact John Link, 414-588-5162 3 Fri, June 2-Aug 4, 1-4pm Meets the 1st Fri of the month UWM Hefter Center $5, Program No. SUM:400

French

The goal is to speak Spanish fluently and correctly and the focus is on conversation; participants must have a reasonable level of fluency. This course utilizes Spanish readings of all sorts and of interest to the participants, as well as books, to help with discussions and to improve vocabulary. Spanish speakers are periodically invited to visit, which exposes participants to different intonations, idiomatic expressions and cultural characteristics of the speaker’s native country. Contact Jose Sectzer, 414-899-1601 June 6-Aug 29, 9:30-11:30am Meets weekly on Tue UWM Hefter Center $5, Program No. SUM:402

Participants read selected texts together and review grammatical points and idioms. The focus is on oral comprehension and the understanding of written text. Participants must have an intermediate-to-advanced level of proficiency. Contact Gabrielle Verdier, 414-332-0004 June 7-Aug 30, 10:30am-Noon Meets weekly on Wed UWM Hefter Center $5, Program No. SUM:406

Italian Learn the beautiful language and discuss the delightful culture of Italy. This group uses a workbook and other lessons, converses in Italian and listens to the language. All are welcome – but most members know some Italian and some know the language well. Contact Richard Sorbello, 414-964-9835 June 6-Aug 29, Noon-1:30pm Meets weekly on Tue UWM Hefter Center $5, Program No. SUM:404

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Spanish Read and translate from Spanish journals and selected books, and converse in Spanish. Qualifications: Most participants know Spanish and can converse in Spanish. Contact Tony LoBue, 414-0364-4936 June 8-Aug 31, 9:30-11:30am Meets weekly on Thu UWM Hefter Center $5, Program No. SUM:410

Special Interest Groups

Bridge

Spanish Conversation

German Conversation Participants in this course speak in German, with as little English or translation as possible. Contact Valerie Brumder, 414-352-4506 6 Tue, June 13-Aug 22, 1-2:30pm Meets the 2nd and 4th Tue of the month UWM Hefter Center $5, Program No. SUM:412

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Travel Activity Levels* Use the activity levels listed below to decide if an Osher travel program or Go Explore fits your physical ability:

EDUCATIONAL TRAVEL & TOURS Why Travel with Osher?

Level 1: Minimal physical activity. You will board a motor coach and have a limited amount of walking in hotels, restaurants, theatres or museums on a leisurely-paced trip. Level 2: Average physical activity. You will climb stairs and walk some distance over even or uneven ground. Level 3: Moderate physical activity. You will have at least one active or long day. You should expect walking tours, 1-2 hours in length, with stair climbing and standing. Level 4: Vigorous physical activity. You will participate in lengthier walking tours, moving over uneven territory, climbing stairs and having extended periods of standing. Tour activities will be longer and some activities will run later into the evening. You should consider not signing up if you use a walker or wheelchair. Level 5: Strenuous physical activity. You must be physically fit in order to participate. Tour activities will include extensive walking tours, possible high altitudes, early morning departure, late night activities and/ or extreme temperatures. You should not signing up if you use a walker or wheelchair. *You will be responsible for your luggage and personal possessions on all tours.

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You have many choices for travel companies; so why travel with Osher? First and foremost, our travel experiences are designed the Osher way—with our members in mind. Our reasonably-priced itineraries are custom tailored to meet the needs of older travelers. Our tours have just the right blend of hands-on learning experiences and free time to explore on your own. When you travel with Osher, you aren’t traveling alone. You are part of a highly social, welcoming community of travelers who share common interests. All tours always begin and end in Milwaukee with convenient departure locations. Traveling with Osher gives back to the institute, since a small portion of your tours fees are returned to the institute keeping programs affordable for all our members. Finally, when you travel with us, we’ll make sure all the important details are covered so you can travel worry free. All tours are led by Osher Executive Director Kim Beck. Visit uwm.edu/ sce-tours for detailed information on each trip. Nonrefundable $250 deposit to reserve your place on any tour.

Cuba: Art, Culture, History, Politics and Economics This is an incredibly exciting time to travel to Cuba. Just 90 miles from the coast of Florida, the tense bilateral relationship and the U.S. embargo have kept many Americans from visiting the island over the last five decades. The Cuban

people, however, await U.S. visitors with open arms, ready to share their culture and history. Cuba’s many advances in education, health and the social sciences mean that there is much for visitors to experience and learn. Immerse yourself in lively music, beautiful art, historic architecture, exceptional cuisine and classic cars. However, more than anything, experience the kindness, creativity and resolve of the Cuban people. Destinations include the historic capitol of Havana; the stunning scenery of the Vinales Valley; the Pearl of the South, Cienfuegos; and the UNESCO world Heritage site of Trinidad. Nov 27-Dec 4 Double: $4,850, Single: $5,350 Registration Deadline: Fri, Aug 25 Program No. 8330-10032

New York City Theatre Tour: Best of Broadway 2017 Visit the theatre capital of America on a four-day adventure with Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Executive Director, Kim Beck. Fly nonstop to New York City, see four top Broadway shows, stay in the heart of the Theater District at the Hilton Garden Inn and experience some of the Big Apple’s most famous cultural sites. Nov 9-12 Double: $1,850, Single: $2,200 Registration Deadline: Fri, Aug 18 Program No. 8330-10033

Ireland: The Emerald Isle Experience the beauty and lush splendor of the Emerald Isle. Begin your journey with a tour of the capitol, Dublin. Visit Phoenix Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity College and the Book of Kells, and the Guinness Storehouse. Then on to Kilkenny to visit its 12th-century castle. The journey continues with a visit to Waterford for a tour of its famous crystal factory and a tasting at the Jameson distillery. Kiss the Blarney stone and experience a Medieval Banquet in Limerick. Take in the dramatic cliffs of Moher and the quaint seafaring town of Galway. Continue to County Donegal

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with its soaring sea cliffs and white sandy beaches. Cross into Northern Ireland and visit the famed Belleek pottery factory and then take part in a poetry dinner celebrating the works of William Butler Yeats. Walk the streets of Derry and its 17th-century city walls, Guildhall and St. Columb’s Cathedral. Visit the geological wonder of the Giant’s Causeway. Conclude your journey with sightseeing in Belfast, explore the Titanic Museum, the university district, the botanic gardens and the Edwardian City Hall. Attend a free, no-obligation information meeting on Wed, Aug 16, from 6:30-8pm at the School of Continuing Education. To RSVP, contact Kim Beck at 414-227-3321 or kcb@uwm.edu. Apr 7-18, 2018 Osher Member Occupancy Rates: Double: $3,650, Single: $4,250 Registration Deadline: Fri, Jan 5, 2018 Program No. 8330-10035

Our journey begins with admission to Albuquerque’s Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and then onto Bandolier National Monument with its 33,000 acres of rugged but beautiful canyon and mesa country, as well as the remarkable remains of a human presence going back over 11,000 years. Explore the Taos Pueblo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, inhabited long before Europe exited the Dark Ages. Walk through ruins of the Chaco Culture National Historic Park with its ancient monumental public and ceremonial buildings, engineering projects,

All International Tour Prices Now Include Travel Insurance

Get out and get going! Venture to various locations of interest in Milwaukee and throughout the surrounding areas.

UWM Planetarium Presentation – Northern Lights Enjoy the radiance of the night sky in Northern Lights. See colorful displays of dancing lights as Director Jean Creighton explains how they happen and when and where to see them. The show includes an indoor stargazing portion to look at familiar patterns such as the Big Dipper and less familiar patterns such a Leo the Lion and Virgo. Available street Parking and UWM parking lots.

Thu, June 1, 10-11:30am UWM Manfred Olson Planetarium 1900 E Kenwood Blvd $15, Program No. SUM:300

NEW

‘Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street’

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UWM international tour prices now includes comprehensive travel insurance. Coverage includes medical insurance, trip delay and interruption, loss of baggage and personal effects, emergency evacuation and trip cancellation (some restrictions apply to trip cancellation). For more details about this valuable feature, contact Kim Beck at kcb@uwm.edu.

A haunting, heart-stopping tale of culinary crime and chilling, dark humor – music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim – eight-time Tony Award Winner “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” is back at the Skylight Music Theater. Sweeney Todd, a broken barber whose life and family were stolen from him by an unscrupulous judge, finds bloody revenge through a cut-throat alliance with the lonely and enterprising Mrs. Lovett and her unsavory pies.

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Go Explore

Join us for the 2018 Week of Learning as we travel to Northern New Mexico for an exploration of New Mexico’s incredible Native American Culture. It’s a presence that dates back more than two millennia, when early ancestral tribes lived as huntergatherers throughout the Southwest. About 1,500 years ago, some of these groups joined together to establish permanent settlements, commonly known as pueblos. It’s a way of life that continues to this very day among New Mexico’s 22 tribes.

Attend a free, no-obligation information meeting on Wed, Sept 6, from 6:30-8pm at the School of Continuing Education. To RSVP, contact Kim Beck at 414-227-3321 or kcb@uwm.edu. May 6-12, 2018 Osher Member Occupancy Rates: Double: $1,700, Single: $2,050 Registration Deadline: Fri, Mar 2, 2018 Program No. 8330-10034

GO EXPLORE

Educational Travel & Tours

Week of Learning 2018: Native American Culture of Northern New Mexico

astronomy, artistic achievements, and distinctive architecture. Next, visit Window Rock, the seat of government and capital of the Navajo Nation, the largest territory of a sovereign Native American nation in North America. Conclude this fascinating journey with a stop at the Zuni Pueblo, considered the most traditional of all the New Mexico Pueblos, with a unique language, culture, and history that resulted in part from its geographic isolation. With perhaps 80% of its workforce involved in making arts, it is indeed an authentic “artist colony.” Round-trip airfare from Milwaukee to Albuquerque, air-conditioned motor coach transportation while in New Mexico, admissions, most meals and lodging are included.

There are street parking, parking lots and structures near the theatre.

Wed, June 7, 1:30-4:30pm Skylight Music Theatre 158 N Broadway $70, Program No. SUM:302

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UWM Planetarium Presentation – Glorious Galaxies

Barber’s ‘Violin Concerto’ and Meet-the-Artist Luncheon

Galaxies are some of the most beautiful sights in the cosmos. They can span for tens of thousands of light-years and are home to billions of stars. Enjoy a look at some of the most gorgeous galaxies in our universe and how they interact with each other. We even get a chance to find out about the monster that lurks in the heart of our own Milky Way. The show includes an indoor stargazing portion.

Enjoy the haunting, exquisite “Violin Concerto, OP. 14” by Samuel Barber, one of the finest of the 20th century, and the ideal showpiece for Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s Associate Concertmaster Ilana Setapen.

Available street Parking and UWM parking lots.

Thu, June 8, 10-11:30am UWM Manfred Olson Planetarium 1900 E Kenwood Blvd $15, Program No. SUM:304

Join us post-concert for lunch with conductors, guest soloists and MSO musicians in the Bradley Pavilion at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. The popular luncheons include an engaging Q&A session with the artists. Luncheon starts at 1:15pm in the Bradley Pavilion, after the concert concludes.

Masterpieces of Imagination: Bookworm Gardens and the Kohler Art Center Indulge your love of gardens, books and art at the Bookworm Gardens in Sheboygan and explore each themed garden – combining plants, literature and sculpture – and browse the gift shop. We then visit the Kohler Art Center, called a “gem of a museum” by the New York Times. After a delicious ARTcafe lunch, we’ll be guided through the galleries and see the gardens that are devoted to a wide range of innovative, contemporary art forms. Be sure to include visits to the artist-created restrooms and the gift shop. Accessibility: Walking Tour.

Thu, June 15, 8am-5:30pm Park & Ride Pick-ups: 7:30am State Fair; 8am Bayshore $70, Program No. SUM:306

Accessibility: Wheelchair seating is available by request at all MSO concerts at Uihlein Hall. Infrared hearing devices are available at no charge for hearingimpaired patrons, as are large-print programs (subject to availability). Please see an usher before the concert for assistance. Street parking and parking lots available.

Fri, June 16, 10:45am-1:45pm Marcus Center for the Performing Arts 929 N Water St $45, Program No. SUM:308

Milwaukee’s Magnificent Downtown Architecture Spend a pleasant evening exploring the wealth of Milwaukee’s downtown architecture with OSHER Executive Director Kim Beck. Examine City Hall, the Mitchell and Mackie buildings, Iron block, Wisconsin Gas Building, the Northwestern Mutual buildings, Milwaukee Center, the older Federal Building and the Pfister Hotel. Walk down a commercial street virtually unchanged in more than 125 years. Location: Group meets at the School of Continuing Education, next to the 7th floor reception desk. Accessibility: Walking Tour.

Wed, June 21, 5:30-8pm School of Continuing Education $10, Program No. SUM:310

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Chicago: Touring Landmark Locations Start your day behind the scenes at the iconic Chicago Theater, one of the country’s last remaining movie palaces. Stand on its famous stage, view the autographed backstage wall, and explore its beautiful Baroque interiors. Next, visit the largest public library in the world, the Harold Washington Library Center, with its art collections and top-floor Winter Garden. An elegant lunch will follow at the luxurious Lawry’s the Prime Rib, housed in the former McCormick Mansion. The afternoon will feature the winner of the 2015 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s “Money Museum,” including its unique historical currency collection. What does one million dollars look like? You’ll find out. Note: A valid photo ID is required to pass through a metal detector.

Thu, June 22, 7:30am-6pm Park & Ride Pick-ups: 7:30am Bayshore; 8am Southwest College Ave $80, Program No. SUM:312

Tour the New St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care Years in the creation, a second campus of St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care opened to great fanfare, and now is providing community-based care on Milwaukee’s north side for the elderly, children and people with disabilities. St. Ann Center serves hundreds of children and adults and is also a resource and support for caregivers. Parking lot on campus.

Tue, June 27, 1-3pm St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care, Bucyrus Campus 2450 W North Ave $10, Program No. SUM:314

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Animals Inside Out Get “under the skin” of nature’s incredible creatures in this blockbuster exhibit from the world-renowned creators of Body Worlds, coming to the Milwaukee County Zoo. Revealed through the process of plastination, see real animal specimens displayed in an entirely new way – and in the most amazing detail. Accessibility: Notable distance from parking lot to exhibit. Zoo parking lot (Parking included for Participants with enrollment fee)

Thu, June 29, 10am-Noon Milwaukee County Zoo 10001 W Bluemound Rd $35, Program No. SUM:316

Old World Wisconsin, East Troy Electric Railroad & Heritage Flower Farm Enjoy an around-the-world-in-80-minutes tram tour of Old World Wisconsin, followed by a café line/self-pay lunch in the octagonal Clausing Barn Café. Ride the Electric Railroad round-trip from East Troy to Indianhead Park, including a stop at the Elegant Farmer, a farm kitchen bakery, deli and market. And then walk around the Heritage Flower Farm gardens for a talk about the blooming plants and their history. Accessibility: Moderate walking at all three venues The self-pay lunch in Clausing Barn Café is immediately after the tram tour.

Tue, July 11, 8am-6:30pm Park & Ride Pick-ups: 8am Bayshore; 8:30am State Fair $60, Program No. SUM:320

A Talk & Walk Through Lake Park Behind-the-Scenes Tour of the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Accessibility: Considerable amount of walking. Street parking and the PAC parking lot available.

It will begin at the Marcia Coles Community Room in the lower level of the Lake Park Pavilion and you will follow several pedestrian paths through Lake Park. These paths were laid out by Frederick Law Olmsted when he designed the park in the 1890s and we will see the bridges and other structures that he designed. Some paths follow the ravines and are unchanged since before the park was built and contain many native plants. Accessibility: We will walk through the park for nearly two hours.

Parking lot in front of the pavilion. Fri, July 14, 10am-Noon Lake Park, 3233 E Kenwood Blvd $10, Program No. SUM:322

Fri, July 7, 10:30-11:45am Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, 929 N Water St $10, Program No. SUM:318

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Start with a visit to Racine’s newest O&H Danish Bakery for free samples of kringle and a kringle-making demonstration. Next to Wadsworth, IL, for a guided tour of the six-story Gold Pyramid House, the King Tut tomb and a catered lunch in a home built with more gold than any other. Then a visit to Kenosha’s Scoops Ice Cream. (Purchases at Scoops are on your own). Accessibility: No Elevators to the second floor of Gold Pyramid House, only stairs.

Thu, July 20, 7:30am-6pm Park & Ride Pick-ups: 7:30am Bayshore; 8am Southwest College Ave $75, Program No. SUM:324

Tour of Historic Milwaukee Soldier’s Home Designated a National Historic Landmark, Milwaukee Soldier’s Home was established in 1867 as a place to aid Civil War veterans’ healing and ease their transition back to civilian life. This site is home to some of the oldest and most historically significant buildings in Milwaukee, designed by renowned architects Edward Townsend Mix and Henry C. Koch. Join Milwaukee Preservation Alliance guides for an indepth, outdoor walking tour through the designed landscaped grounds and learn about the architecture and history of the buildings. Parking is located behind Building 6 on General Wolcott Ave. Accessibility: This is a 1-1/2 hour walking tour.

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Learn the history of the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, its mission, vision and values. And, learn about upcoming events. You will get a behind-the-scenes tour, including Uihlein Hall, the newly renovated Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall, the Todd Wehr Theater, the banquet room, Bradley Pavilion and the Green Room. Weather permitting, you will also see the Kidz Stage, the Peck Pavilion and the chestnut grove.

This walk is conducted by Gilbert Walter, Osher member and member of the “Friends of Lake Park.”

The Gold Pyramid House, O&H Bakery & Scoops Ice Cream

Meet at the fountain across from Old Main on General Mitchell Blvd.

Sat, July 22, 9:30-11am Milwaukee Soldier’s Home 5000 W National Ave $10, Program No. SUM:326 Sat, July 22, 11am-12:30pm Milwaukee Soldier’s Home 5000 W National Ave $10, Program No. SUM:328 800-222-3623

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From Water to Sky: Lake Geneva Mail Boat and Yerkes Observatory There are only a handful of places left in the country where mail is still delivered by boat and none with a more exciting and scenic tour than this! Celebrating 100 years of mail service (1916-2016), they still deliver mail to about 75 homes around the lake on a daily basis. After our 2½-hour boat tour around all of Lake Geneva, we will stop for lunch at Popeye’s. Then it’s on to the Yerkes Observatory of the University of Chicago in Williams Bay. Yerkes’ remarkable historical context attracts professional and student astronomers and astronomy educators to the observatory. Mon, July 24, 7:30am-6pm Park & Ride Pick-ups: 7:30am Bayshore; 8am Southwest College Ave $80, Program No. SUM:330

Explore Chicago: The ‘Saints & Sinners’ Tour

Tour of the David Barnett Art Gallery

Step back into 1920s Chicago – days of Prohibition and speakeasies, gangsters and the Untouchables – when the town really was toddlin’. See the old gangster hot spots and hit spots. Hear accounts of Capone, Moran, Dillinger and the rest of “da boys.” Lunch served at The Italian Village, one of Chicago’s finest restaurants. Following lunch we will raise our sights to Holy Name Cathedral, built in the Gothic Revival style. We’ll see its remarkable sacred art treasures and hear how this structure and its members survived many disasters and challenges, both historical and recent.

Established in 1966, the David Barnett Gallery is Wisconsin’s oldest premier art gallery. It specializes in European and American masters, regional and national artists and “emerging” Wisconsin artists. The work of more than 600 artists from all over the world is represented. These diverse art treasures are packed into every inch of space, from floor to ceiling. This gallery is housed in one of Milwaukee’s finest Victorian Italianate homes, designed by Edward Townsend Mix and built in 1875 for Dr. Henry Harrison Button. It is still called the “Button House.”

Accessibility: Lunch group seating on second floor accessible by stairs.

Wed, Aug 2, 8am-6pm Park & Ride Pick-ups: 8am Bayshore; 8:30am Southwest College Ave $80, Program No. SUM:334

Old & New – Wisconsin in Just One Day

Milwaukee RiverWalk Tour Discover the design concepts used to create the RiverWalk’s path and enjoy the sculptures dotting the landscape with a certified Historic Milwaukee guide. This tour also highlights the architecturally significant buildings that flank the Milwaukee River. Accessibility: Walking Tour.

Tue, Aug 1, 6-8pm Meet at the Park located at the NW corner of E St Paul Ave and N Water St $15, Program No. SUM:332

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Explore Wisconsin old and new as we journey to Madison and Verona. Our first stop will be the Chazen Museum of Art, with its more than 20,000 works of art from diverse historical periods, cultures and locations. Enjoy a lunch buffet in the charm and elegance of The University Club of Madison, founded in 1906, and housed in a beautiful turn-of-the-century Tudor mansion. After lunch travel to Epic Systems in Verona, where we’ll tour and learn more about the company which has become a dominant provider of electronic medical record systems for doctors and hospitals across the U.S. and in several countries. Thu, Aug 10, 7:30am-6pm Park & Ride Pick-ups: 7:30am Bayshore; 8am Goerke’s Corners $75, Program No. SUM:336

Street parking is available. Accessibility: There are stairs to climb.

Sat, Aug 12, 11am-Noon David Barnett Gallery, 1024 E State St $15, Program No. SUM:338

Treasures of UWM Libraries Visit UWM Libraries for a behind-thescenes tour led by curators of its rare and unique collections. We start at the Special Collections Library, an outstanding public collection of rare books and special printed materials. We will visit the American Geographical Society Library, one of the premier geography and map collections in North America and the UWM Archives and Milwaukee Area Research Center, which collects and provides access to university and Milwaukee history. Accessibility: Some walking or standing. Street parking or some UWM parking lots are available.

Wed, Aug 16, 10-11:30am UWM Golda Meir Library 2311 E Hartford Ave $10, Program No. SUM:340 Wed, Aug 16, 1-2:30pm UWM Golda Meir Library 2311 E Hartford Ave $10, Program No. SUM:342

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Tour of the Ronald McDonald House When we enter Ronald McDonald House for our tour, we will experience the sense of community in the Great Room, the Chapel, the Art Therapy and Education Center, the Music Therapy and Game rooms and the Family Gathering Room. Since Ronald McDonald House opened in 1984, this “home away from home” has provided more than 38,000 family stays. Families come from all over Wisconsin, all 50 states and many countries. Their children are receiving medical care at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin or other area hospitals. Families are offered therapeutic programming, comprehensive meal programs and comfortable community spaces. Parking lot is near the front entrance. Carpooling is recommended.

Fri, Aug 18, 10-11:30am Ronald McDonald House 8048 Watertown Plank Rd $10, Program No. SUM:344 Fri, Aug 18, 1-2:30pm Ronald McDonald House 8048 Watertown Plank Rd $10, Program No. SUM:346 Fri, Aug 18, 3-4:30pm Ronald McDonald House 8048 Watertown Plank Rd $10, Program No. SUM:348

Milwaukee’s Public Service Building: Architecture at its Finest Take a step back in time as we get a rare look at one of the most magnificent interiors of any historic Milwaukee building, the 112-year-old Public Service Building. Opened in 1905 as the Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Co., it housed waiting rooms and terminal facilities with 11 tracks passing through the building. Still in use by WE Energies – home of the first unified electric power utility in the nation – tour the beautifully restored building, relive its fascinating history with a presentation in the art deco auditorium, and take home the perennial favorite Cookie Book. Accessibility: Some stairs, but there is an elevator. Street parking, parking lots and structures available.

Wed, Aug 23, 10am-Noon WE Energies, 321 W Michigan St $10, Program No. SUM:354

American Players Theatre ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Accessibility: Shuttle transportation available to each theater from the shuttle stop at the east end of the parking lot. Note: Uneven ground by picnic area.

Sun, Aug 27, 9:30am-7:45pm Park & Ride Pick-ups: 9:30am Bayshore; 10am State Fair $85, Program No. SUM:356

Chicago: In and Around the Loop, Exploring Great Art and Architecture on Foot and by Boat The Windy City offers an amazing collection of dramatic public art and architecture. A walking tour of the loop with Kim Beck reveals the city’s most interesting buildings and fabled public places. Lunch is served in the Walnut Room of Macy’s and an afternoon cruise aboard the Chicago Architecture Foundation yacht, “Chicago’s First Lady,” sets you sailing past soaring towers and under more than a dozen of Chicago’s various lift bridges. Accessibility: Considerable amount of walking.

Wed, Aug 30, 8am-6pm Park & Ride Pick-ups: 8am Bayshore; 8:30am Southwest College Ave $125, Program No. SUM:358

Go Explore

Travel to American Players Theatre in Spring Green Wisconsin and enjoy the production of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” – Wedding plans between Theseus, Duke of Athens, and Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, are underway when the couple is interrupted by angry parents trying to stop their headstrong daughter, Hermia, from marrying Lysander instead of their choice, Demetrius. This plan backfires as the couple flees into the mystical Forest of Arden followed by Demetrius and Helena,

(who is, in turn, in love with Demetrius). There, Oberon and Titania – king and queen of the fairies – are having a quarrel of their own. And when Oberon enlists his servant Puck to cast a spell on his queen, everyone gets caught up in the magic of this iconic Shakespearean fairy tale. Show starts at 1pm and ends at 3:30pm, followed by a picnic dinner.

Big Read As an exciting first Osher is inaugurating a Fall 2017-Spring 2018 series of events based on Matthew Desmond’s groundbreaking and provocative book, Evicted, which chronicles several poor families living in Milwaukee and their often futile struggle to obtain and remain in decent rental housing. This book analyzes the ceaseless cycles of evictions, ubiquity of substandard housing, homelessness, property loss, educational calamity for children, and the emotional, financial, and psychological consequences of the upheaval and turbulence, with particularly dire consequences for women and children and for our city. Through Short Courses, Osher Talks, Potpourris, Scholars Panels, the Distinguished Speaker Series, and Go Explores, the members of Osher can learn, connect to each other, even volunteer to help the community, and increase knowledge and awareness. For more information uwm.edu/sce-osher

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HOW TO PARTICIPATE

Step One: Sign Up For Your Membership

Step Two: Register For Your Programs

If you haven’t done so already, sign up for your Osher

After you’ve joined Osher, you must register for the

membership using either the Registration Form on

programs in which you wish to participate. Registration

pages 21-22, online at uwm.edu/sce-osher or by phone

for any course or program is open until one week before

at 414-227-3200.

the start date; however, classes fill up quickly so we encourage you to register early.

First-Time Member As a first-time member you pay a prorated fee based on the month in which you join. Payment takes your membership to the following Aug 31, after which your membership joins the continuing member fee schedule.

*Couple Memberships Two individuals living at the same address (whether spouses, siblings, or partners) and receiving only one copy of the mailed information.

Course Registration Options

1. ONLINE uwm.edu/sce-osher (see detailed instructions on pg. 19)

2. BY PHONE 414-227-3200 or 800-222-3623 3. BY MAIL Fill out registration form on pages 21-22 and send with payment to: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute 161 W. Wisconsin Ave. Suite 6000 Milwaukee, WI 53203-2602

Annual Membership Annual membership lasts Sept 1 to Aug 31 of the following year. Renewal fees for all continuing members

Please note that mailed registrations require

are due on Aug 31 and will be applied to a Sept 1

additional processing that may delay your enrollment.

renewal date regardless of when payment is received. Renewal fess are $45 for one person and $80 for a couple.

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Fee for a Couple*

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class registrations by email. If we do not have an email address on file, your confirmation will be mailed to you.

1. Prior to signing up for classes, read the course descriptions via the catalog or the website and make

Program Cancellations/Refunds* For programs with a fee of $35 or less, no refund will be given. Once a program has begun, refunds are no longer issued. A full refund is issued to program participants if the School of Continuing Education cancels a program for any reason. Participant withdrawals made at least two weeks (14 days) prior to the start of a program can receive a 100% refund. When a participant withdraws less than two weeks prior to the program start, participants may have their fees transferred one time to any currently available program, otherwise participants will receive a refund minus a 20% administrative fee. *This policy does not apply to Travel programs which have a no refund policy.

a list of the courses you wish to attend that includes each course title, dates and times, and program number. 2. Returning members, have your email and password used for the previous term ready before starting the registration process. If you don’t remember your password you will have a chance to create a new one (see step 5). 3. Have your credit card ready. 4. Go to uwm.edu/sce-osher and scroll down the page to the register now button. 5. The registration page will ask you for your email and password. If you can’t remember your password, simply select “Forgot your Password” to create a new one. It is best not to sign in as a new customer (unless you have never registered via the website); this can create two accounts and some confusion in the future. Once on the registration page, titles and dates of all the Osher courses are listed. 6. This is when the course list made in step 1 comes in handy. Once on the registration page you can select

Registration opens Monday, May 1st at 9am!

course title and dates. This will reduce the confusion that arises when going back and forth between the courses and registration page. If you need any help registering, call 414-227-3200 with questions or to register over the phone using the list you made that included course titles, dates and times, and

Registration Information

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all of the courses you wish to take based on their

program numbers.

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LOCATION INFORMATION MCTS Bus Information Did you know that there are several MCTS bus lines that will drop you off right in front of the Plankinton Building (the downtown location of Osher)? The Gold Line, 30, and 30x routes all stop at the corner of Plankinton and Wisconsin Avenues. No need to worry about driving in downtown traffic, or finding a parking space. Call MCTS at 414-937-3218, or www.ridemcts.com for more information about routes and fares.

UWM School of Continuing Education 161 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 6000, Milwaukee, WI 53203

UWM Hefter Conference Center

UWM SCE Parking Information

Address: 3271 N. Lake Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53211

The School of Continuing Education is located downtown in the Plankinton Building of Grand Avenue Mall. The structure is easily entered from Plankinton Avenue between Wisconsin Avenue and Michigan Street.

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Parking: Two-hour parking is available on the streets around the Center.

Bayshore (North Shore) Park & Ride

Once you enter the structure drive to the 4th and 5th levels, labeled as Packer 4 and Packer 5. These top two levels are also home to wheelchair accessible parking, and the bridge used to enter the Plankinton building from the parking ramp provides a passageway without stairs. The entry doors on the 4th and 5th level have a button mounted on the door frame that when pushed will automatically open the doors.

The lot, also referred to as “Bayshore Park & Ride” on the freeway exit, is located on the west side of Port Washington Rd. one block north of Silver Spring Dr.

Once in the building take the elevator down to the 1st floor. Exit the elevator and proceed across the rotunda to the bank of elevators on the north side of the building (closest to Wisconsin Avenue). Take these elevators to the 7th floor. When you exit the elevator check the monitor above the reception desk for your course room number and ask the attendant to validate your parking gate ticket. Visit uwm.edu/sce-directions for more details.

From the north: Take the I-43 exit 78B, turn east onto Silver Spring Dr. Turn north onto Port Washington Rd.

From the south: Take the I-43 exit 78A, Silver Spring Road east. At the end of the ramp, turn north onto Port Washington Rd. Proceed north through the Port Washington Rd. and Silver Spring Dr. intersection.

Goerke’s Corners Park & Ride This lot is located on County Hwy Y, Brookfield, WI 53045 From the east: Follow I-94 W to your destination in Brookfield. Take exit 297 toward US-18 E/Bluemound Rd., use the left lane to merge onto N Barker Rd., make a U-turn destination will be on the right. From the west: Follow I-94 E. to W. Bluemound Rd. in Brookfield, take exit 297 from I-94 E, continue on Bluemound Rd. Drive to N Barker Rd.

Southwest College Park & Ride This lot is located on the southwest corner of W. College Ave. and I-94. From the north: Take I-94E/US-41S and take Exit 316 to Exit 319. From the south: Merge onto I-94 W/ US-41 N. Take exit 319 for College Ave. Turn left onto W. College Ave. (signs for I-894S/I-43S/County ZZ W). Turn left onto the I-94E/US-41S ramp. Destination will be on the right.

State Fair Park & Ride The lot is located on the south side of I-94 E. on N. 76th St. and W. Kearney St. (State Fair). From the east: Head west on I-94E. Take exit 306 for WI-181/84th St. Continue onto W. Kearney St. (signs for I-94 E). Turn right onto S. 76th St. From the west: Head east on I-94W. Take exit 307A for 68th St. toward 70th St. Continue onto W. O’Connor St. Turn left onto S. 76th St.

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REGISTRATION FORM: INDIVIDUAL OR COUPLE MEMBER #1 REGISTRATION FORM Individual or Couple Member 1: one registration form per individual. To register by mail or by fax, please complete and return. For the second individual of a couple’s membership, please use the additional space on the back of this page.

Member Information, please print First Name___________________________________________ MI _____ Last Name_______________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________ City _________________________________ State _____ Zip ___________ Email__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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¨ Hispanic/Latino ¨ Asian/Pacific Islander ¨ White/Other ¨ American Indian/Alaskan Native Is this enrollment career related? ¨ Yes ¨ No First-Time Members Fees are prorated, please see schedule on page 18 Individual Membership OR ¨ Couple Membership ¨

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Course Selection Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________

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REGISTRATION FORM: COUPLE MEMBER #2 Couple Member #2: one registration form per individual. To register by mail or by fax, please complete and return.

Member #2 Information, please print First Name___________________________________________ MI _____ Last Name_______________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________ City _________________________________ State _____ Zip ___________ Email__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Voluntary Information

Collected to enhance UW Programming

¨ Female ¨ Male Birth Date _____/_____/_____ Heritage ¨ African American ¨ Hispanic/Latino ¨ Asian/Pacific Islander ¨ White/Other ¨ American Indian/Alaskan Native Is this enrollment career related? ¨ Yes ¨ No Gender

First-Time Members Fees are prorated, please see schedule on page 18 Individual Membership OR ¨ Couple Membership ¨

Fee____________

Course Selection Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________ Prog. #____________________ Title_________________________________________________ Date________________ Fee ____________

GIVE

TO OSHER

Support lifelong learning. Donate to OSHER today.

Have a Registration Question? 800-222-3623

If you need special accommodations, please advise us when registering. Requests will be kept confidential.

¨ Yes! I would like to donate $____________ Sub Total $ ____________

Less Gift Certificate* or Discount amount - ____________ *Gift Certificate # ______________________ TOTAL $ ____________

Method of Payment Full payment is required at the time of registration, with the exception of travel programs.

¨ Check Enclosed: Payable to UW-Milwaukee ¨ VISA ¨ MasterCard ¨ American Express ¨ Discover Credit Card Number____________

/_____________ /_____________ /_____________

Expiration Date ______________ Cardholder’s Name____________________________________ Signature______________________________ REQUIRED: Address on credit card statement:

¨ Same as address as above ¨ Other:

Address______________________________________ City________________________________________ State________ Zip__________

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35 YEARS AND COUNTING 1982 was a memorable year. Not only did the Milwaukee Brewers win their one and only American League pennant and USA Today was published for the very first time, but UWM Urban Outreach Dean Martin Haberman brought together a group of retirees to talk about forming an organization to provide intellectual stimulation for older adults. Out of that conversation, the UWM Guild for Learning in Retirement was born with 26 charter members. Not surprisingly, the group decided that peer learning was an essential ingredient for success. They would form something with a quite unusual name, SIG or Special Interest Group, whenever there was a common interest in a subject. They also decided there would be regular lectures from UWM speakers, day tours to places of interest in Milwaukee, social events and an annual spring luncheon. By 1990, there were nearly 400 members. Along the way, members started getting involved in research projects with UWM professors and students, began publishing a monthly newsletter, and initiated day-long trips to Chicago. The Guild program office also purchased its very first “Zenith” computer. In 1998, the Guild began offering short courses and the now famous, Potpourri. And so it went until 2006. At that time, the Guild Board decided to change its name to the Guild for Lifelong Learning, realizing that learning need not cease with aging. On the Guild’s 25th anniversary in 2007 a really historic change was brewing. Several Guild members and staff member Cathie Sanders discovered the Bernard Osher Foundation, that was funding learning in retirement organizations around the country. After an initial inquiry, the Guild was officially on its way to becoming the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. In 2011, when the group reached 500 members, the Osher Foundation awarded the institute its first million-dollar endowment. The group grew dramatically in the next few years, and in 2016, the institute became one of a select group to receive a second million-dollar endowment. So, Happy 35th Birthday to all from the original 26 to today’s 1400 members. It has been a remarkable journey with more exciting learning for many years to come. From its humble beginnings to today’s organization that is recognized around the country as a leader in lifelong learning, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has an incredible 35-year history to tell.

Pay it Forward You’ve enjoyed Osher programming, now help us make it even better. A tax-deductible gift will ensure that the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UWM offers quality programs at an affordable price and provides every adult 50 and older the opportunity to rediscover and reengage in life through socially-active learning for many years to come. To learn more about the ways in which you can give financial support, contact: Liza Longhini School of Continuing Education Director of Development 414-227-3252 or lizal@uwm.edu For more information on charitable bequests in your estate planning, contact: Gretchen Miller, J.D. UWM Director of Gift Planning and Agreements 414-229-3067 or plangift@uwm.edu uwm.edu/sce-give In Partnership with UW-Extension. No Wisconsin tax dollars were used in the printing of this publication.

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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a membership organization for adults 50 and over who under...