Sedona AZ (May 4, 2011) – Yavapai College’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) of Sedona and the Verde Valley invites members of the community to its Lunch and Learn series on Wednesday, May 4, 2011, from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Yavapai College Sedona Campus.
OLLI’s Lunch & Learn series is a free, informative, midweek event that is open to all members of the community. It is an opportunity for local residents to gather, chat, and learn the “inside story” on a wide range of topics. Participants are encouraged to bring lunches to the event.
Where in Sedona can you find the widest variety of live music performances? Sedona Live. Where do nearly 200 local and visiting performers reach out, learn, share, rehearse and teach? It’s Sedona Live again. How did this venue get started and how does it run?
Find out from Suzie Schomaker, Sedona Live President and Founder at the OLLI Lunch & Learn Keynote Speaker program, in Room 34 of Yavapai College Sedona campus, Cultural Park Drive, west Sedona, on Wednesday.
In other OLLI news, Natalia Molina McKendry, Osher Lifelong Learners Institute director, will be attending the 2011 AZ Immigrations Solutions Conference at the online Rio Salado College, Saturday, May 7, 2011. The conference is scheduled to include the following topics of discussion: Immigration Realities – What the research shows; The Utah Compact: How it came to be and its impact on state immigration reform efforts nationwide; Voices For A Better Approach; Finding A New Arizona Solution; Town Hall – Community Input On A New Direction.
The Conference guest speakers and panelists will include Dr. Magnus Lofstrom, Public Policy Institute of California, Texas Representative Aron Peña (R), Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon , Glenn Hamer of the AZ Chamber of Commerce, AZ-Sen. Adam Driggs (R-11), AZ Rep. Russ Jones (R-24), and Police Chief Jeffrey Kirkham, Nogales Arizona, among others.
“My intention in attending this conference is to learn more about the issue, be an active participant in the solution process, and to meet others who are passionate about finding a solution that respects human dignity, above all, and supports a robust and thriving community and economy,” said Ms. Molina McKendry.