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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thanks for attending our previous 2022 Spring semester. Please give us feedback here 2022 Spring Feedback

These additional 2022Spring lectures will be broadcast on AVTV on Wednesdays 11am & 10pm
* August 17, Peace Corps Panel of Resident Alumni, Jay Hatch
* August 24, The Armies of Qin: The Terracotta Soldiers and the First Emperor of China, Dorothy Bonett


The 2022 Fall Semester of lectures, concerts, and courses will be live, in-person presentations in Asbury auditoriums with possible seating and mask restrictions. Should continuing COVID concerns force us to alter plans, changes will be posted here and around campus.

An online version of the 2022 Fall semester catalog is available here 2022 Fall Catalog
The 2022 Fall semester paper catalog is available from your concierge.

There are two registration options.
1.) The paper catalog has tear-out registration forms in the back, one form per person.
     Checks accompanying paper registrations are payable to "The Keese School".
2.) On-line registration is available here www.KeeseSchoolCatalog.org
     Click the 2dollarsoff logo for $2 off your On-line registration.
The registration deadline is August 29.

Most of the evening sessions will be recorded and available here 2022 Fall Videos
For past catalogs and recorded presentations visit Previous Semesters

We look forward to seeing you at our 2022 Fall lectures, concerts, and courses.


KEESE SCHOOL 2022 FALL SEMESTER

2022 FALL SEMESTER EVENING LECTURES AND PERFORMANCES
#101, Monday, Sept 12, Once We Went to the Moon John Logsdon, Hefner Auditorium
#102, Thursday, Sept 15, A Holy Land Pilgrimage Rev. Malcolm Frazier, Parker Hall
#103, Monday, Sept 19, Symphony of the Potomac Joel Lazar, Director, Rosborough Theater
#104, Thursday, Sept 22, Writing Historically Accurate Fiction about World War II Michael Gibson, Parker Hall
#105, Monday, Sept 26, A Tour of Washington- What's New in 2022? Christina Bauer, Hefner Auditorium
#106, Thursday, Sept 29, "Let's Have Fun" by a Woodwind Quintet Ensemble a la Carte, Rosborough Theater
#107, Monday, Oct 03, Making a TV News Story Laura Strickler, Hefner Auditorium
#108, Thursday, Oct 06, Harmony Express Barbershop Chorus Frank Kirschner, Rosborough Theater
#109, Monday, Oct 10, Old Myths, New Narratives Richard Buckley, Hefner Auditorium
#110, Thursday, Oct 13, Montgomery County Sister Cities Bruce Adams, Parker Hall
#111, Monday, Oct 17, The Library of Congress- A Personal Tour Caroline Saccucci, Hefner Auditorium
#112, Thursday, Oct 20, The Birds, the Bees, and the Censors Phyllis Naylor, Parker Hall
#113, Monday, Oct 24, Dr. Stonestreet in Rockville Clarence Hickey and Mary Lou Luff, Hefner Auditorium
#114, Thursday, Oct 27, Byline- Ernie Pyle Steve LaRocque, Rosborough Theater
#115, Monday, Oct 31, Hopes and Concerns for Africa's Future … Prudence Bushnell, Hefner Auditorium
#116, Thursday, Nov 03, Earth's Energy Balance and Why the Climate is Changing Jud Stailey, Parker Hall
#117, Monday, Nov 07, Asbury Birds Dan Neumann, Parker Hall
#118, Thursday, Nov 10, The Conflict Resolution Center of Montgomery County Thomas Dunne and Christopher Page, Parker Hall
#119, Monday, Nov 14, Carmina Vera Kochanowsky, Director, Rosborough Theater
#120, Thursday, Nov 17, Asbury Resident Art Gallery Jan Maddox, Heddy Taima, Barbara Kilby, Rosborough Theater
#121, Monday, Nov 21, Spectacular Building Failures John Gross, Hefner Auditorium
#122, Monday, Nov 28, Asbury Residents' Support for Afghan Refugees Spence Limbocker, Moderator, Hefner Auditorium
#123, Thursday, Dec 01, The Hot Lanes Presents- A Festive Evening of Jazz… Bobby Jasinski, Rosborough Theater
#124, Monday, Dec 05, Readers Theater at Asbury Nancy Hirsche and Rollie Smith, Parker Hall
#125, Thursday, Dec 08, Readers Theater at Asbury (repeat) Nancy Hirsche and Rollie Smith, Parker Hall

2022 FALL SEMESTER DAY CLASSES
#151, Change and Uncertainty- The High Stakes of the 2022 Mid-Term Congressional Elections , Irving Spitzberg
          Six Tuesdays (October 11, 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15) 2:30 to 4:00 pm Parker Hall
          and six Wednesdays (October 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9, 16) 7:30 to 8:30 pm on ZOOM
#152, The History and Archeology of the Bible- A DVD presentation by Jean-Pierre Isbouts , John Locke, Facilitator
          Twelve Wednesdays 10:00-11:30 a.m., September 21 to December 7
#153, Writing Memoirs, Creating a Legacy , Jack Hauber
          Third Tuesday of the month from 2:00-3:30 p.m., September 20, October 18, November 15, December 20, 2022,
          January 17, February 21, March 21, April 18, May 16, June 20, 2023
#154, Great Decisions , Pat Brill and David Winfield, coordinators
          Four Tuesdays, 2:00-3:30 p.m., Sept. 20, Oct. 11, Nov. 1, Nov. 22
#155, The Tyrant and His Base- A Study of Authoritarian Populism , Winston Davis
          12 sequential Fridays 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon, September 30 to December 16
#156, Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale , Sandy Mack
          Five Mondays, 10:00-11:30 a.m., October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
#157, Art Class , Doris Bryant
          Four consecutive Fridays, 1:00-3:00 p.m., September 30, October 7, 14, 21


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