Fall 2018 OLLI Catalog

CSUDHExtendedEd

The Osher Lifelong Learning at California State University Dominguez Hills is a program of educational, cultural, and social opportunities for retired and semi-retired individuals age 50 and above. Members experience taking courses in a relaxed atmosphere for the pure pleasure of learning.

Fall 2018 Course Catalog September–December

Enrich Your Life,

Enrich OLLI at CSUDH

Osher Lifelong

Learning Institute


Enrich

OLLI@CSUDH

Annual

Campaign

Thank

You

for

contributing

to OLLI

It Matters!

To those of you who have already made a gift,

THANK YOU! 100% of all gifts will go directly

towards enhancing OLLI programs for all

members at CSUDH.

If you are an OLLI member, you are already a witness to the valuable

contribution OLLI makes to the lives of seniors in our community.

OLLI at CSUDH affords the members the ability to attend college level

classes with minimum fees taught by knowledgeable faculty. It provides

you with the opportunity to meet other seniors who attend classes and

have similar interests, and it enables you to participate in daily campus

events of the University while enjoying an academically enriched college

environment. We are constantly building upon relationships between

CSUDH faculty and OLLI members to provide members with a

stimulating learning experience.

If you have not already done so, we invite you to make your gift today.

Every gift is valued and appreciated. You can make your gift online

using our secure web site at www.csudh.edu/onlinegiving. If you

would like to make a monthly donation, you can do so online by clicking

on the link above. Your gift—combined with those of other members—

will make a tremendous impact on the lives of many seniors throughout

the South Bay. Your generosity is priceless!

100% of your gift will go directly towards enhancing OLLI programs

with benefits like free transportation for field trips, special guest speakers,

and added adventures that bring value to the lives of OLLI members.


OLLI Fall 2018

OLLI Open House &

Orientation

Join us at an OLLI Open House to learn more

about lifelong learning for retired and semiretired

adults. For more information on

OLLI at CSUDH visit www.csudh.edu/olli

or call (310) 243-3208.

OLLI Open House

OLLI Members are welcome to invite friends

and family to the Open House. This is your

opportunity to learn about membership in

the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and to

find out how to register for classes.

Light refreshments

will be served.

• Tuesday, September 4, 2018 10:00am – 12:00pm

CSUDH Campus, Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

RSVP to (310) 243-3208 or by email to

olli@csudh.edu by August 28, 2018

• Registration Drop-off

Drop off your registration forms at the Registration Office.

Table of Contents

Open House........................................ 1

OLLI Contact Information.................... 2

Dean’s Welcome................................. 2

OLLI Membership Information..........3-4

OLLI Classes at CSUDH................5-26

Art, Culture & Language............6-10

Health & Wellness....................11-16

Business & Finance........................ 17

Discussion Groups....................18-19

History & Social Science...........20-21

Field Trips.................................22-24

Special Events..........................25-26

Peer-Led (Omnilore) .................27-36

University Calendar Events .......... 37

University Courses

for OLLI Members.................... 38

Instructors and Lecturers..............39-40

Chronological List of Courses.......41-44

Extended Ed Classroom Map............. 45

OLLI Sponsors and Volunteers........... 46

Parking and Directions...................... 47

CSUDH Campus Map........................ 48

Preview Performances of ............IBC

CSUDH Theatre & Dance

OLLI’s Peer-Led Program (Omnilore) Orientations

• Friday, October 19 or Friday, November 16

1:30pm

Beach Cities Health Center, Lower Level Suite L8

514 N Prospect Ave, Redondo Beach, CA 90277

RSVP to (310) 215-1848 or Membership@Omnilore.org

Directions and parking information will be provided.

Additional fees may apply.

OLLI is on Facebook!

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

at Cal State University Dominguez Hills

www.facebook.com/csudholli

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www.facebook.com/OsherLecture

Social Tennis for Seniors

www.facebook.com/groups/

OLLISocialTennis

OLLI Online Calendar

www.csudh.edu/OLLI/Calendar

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OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE (OLLI)

Contact Information

Osher Lifelong

Learning Institute (OLLI)

California State University,

Dominguez Hills

College of Extended &

International Education

EE-1300

1000 East Victoria Street

Carson, CA 90747

OLLI Office: (310) 243-3208

OLLI Registration: (310) 243-3741

Extended Education Building, EE-1100

Website: www.csudh.edu/olli

Email: olli@csudh.edu

Registration Office Hours:

Monday-Thursday 8:00am – 8:00pm

Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday 8:00am – 1:30pm

Sunday Closed

Bernard and Barbro Osher

Bernard Osher

Foundation

The CSUDH Osher Lifelong

Learning Institute is funded in

part by a generous grant from

the Bernard Osher Foundation.

The Bernard Osher Foundation

funds a national network of

OLLIs located at 121 colleges

and universities throughout the

United States.

www.osher.net

A Message from Dean McNutt

College of Extended and International Education, CSUDH

The OLLI program at CSUDH offers

unique opportunities for individuals who

consider lifelong learning an integral part

of retirement. Our program consists of a

broad spectrum of experiences including

workshops, lecture series, cultural events,

field trips, study groups and more. All adults aged 50 and up are

welcome to join OLLI at CSUDH. Members represent all walks of

life, a wide range of experience and diverse backgrounds.

This is a special time in the history of OLLI at Dominguez Hills.

2018 marks the 15th anniversary of the lifelong learning

program. OLLI has grown from humble beginnings to more than

500 active members participating in programs at CSUDH,

Levy Adult Center and our newest location at the Beach Cities

Health Center in Redondo Beach.

To ensure that OLLI remains vibrant and self-sustaining, we have

launched the “Enrich OLLI” annual giving program kicking off

this holiday season. Our goal is to raise $10,000 by December

30, 2018. Toward that goal, I ask you to consider making a $100

donation. Making a gift is easy and convenient! You can go

online using our secure giving site at www.csudh.edu/

onlinegiving, look for the OLLI 15th Anniversary button at the

bottom of your screen, and follow the prompts. The page is

slow to load, so PLEASE be patient. Of course you can gift OLLI

using a check if that is more convenient. All OLLI gifts will be

used to enhance OLLI programs which serve hundreds of retired

and semi-retired members-many of whom are finding a new

purpose and path by participating in OLLI classes and events.

Every gift, large or small is valued and appreciated!

Become a part of the CSUDH family by joining and contributing

to OLLI and help us get to the next 15 years! I believe you will

be energized by the mutual support that such learning

communities offer. I have always believed in the concept of

K-80 education, and OLLI at CSUDH provides the perfect

opportunities for fulfilling lifelong learning.

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OLLI MEMBERSHIP

Lifelong Learning at CSUDH is a membership

organization for those individuals age 50+

who are seeking intellectual and social

activities. These activities include short

courses on a variety of topics, peer-led

courses, discussion groups, field trips,

computer workshops, social gatherings

and campus cultural events. Learning takes

place in a supportive environment without concern for grades,

tests, or requirements.

OLLI at CSUDH Membership Benefits

OLLI Members enjoy many benefits inherent in student status.

• Attend the popular Osher Lecture Series

• Participate in discussion groups on a variety of topics each term

• Enroll in special interest, technology and other workshops

designed for lifelong learners

• Attend short courses and participate in field trips

• Receive notifications by mail or email about campus events

• Receive CSUDH Student ID card for library privileges and

bookstore discounts

• Meet in state-of-the-art classrooms

• Receive an OLLI catalog each semester

• Participate in University and other selected Extended Education

programs for reduced rates

• Become involved in determining OLLI curriculum and events

• Meet like-minded adults in a supportive learning

environment

• Email account at ToroMail

• Reduced annual parking pass fees (See page 47)

Become a Member!

You can become an OLLI member by

calling (310) 243-3741 or completing

the membership portion of the

registration form in this catalog.

Fee: Annual OLLI membership is $30.

This includes the Osher Lecture Series

and other benefits. Some OLLI activities

have additional nominal fees. These

include OLLI courses, field trip fee,

computer courses and the peer-led

(Omnilore) program.

Meeting Times – Dates and times

for courses are listed with course

descriptions in this schedule.

Course Registration – In this catalog

Members will find many courses,

programs and special activities.

Fees are listed with the courses.

Registration for courses listed in this

catalog is available to OLLI Members.

To enroll in these courses complete

the tear-out registration form (gold

pages) in this catalog and mail

with payment.

A Note About our Peer-led

Program (Omnilore)

Registration in our Omnilore courses

in Redondo Beach requires attendance

at an orientation prior to registration.

Visit www.omnilore.org or call

(310) 215-1848 for more information

Become a Member or Renew Your OLLI Membership

To participate in OLLI courses your membership must be current, which includes the Fall, Spring and

Summer semesters. The cost is only $30 for an annual membership. If your membership has lapsed,

please sign up as soon as possible. If you aren’t sure whether your membership is current, call the

OLLI office at (310) 243-3208. Please make checks payable to CSUDH.

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OLLI at CSUDH

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Parking at CSUDH

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Annual Parking

Passes are available

to OLLI Members

for only $20.

Call the OLLI office

at (310) 243-3208

for details.

Effective July 1, 2017,

the fee to park on campus is

$8 per day. Daily parking permits can

be purchased at one of the many

yellow parking lot permit machines

using cash, debit or credit card.

Permits must be displayed face-up

on your dashboard.

Visit the OLLI website at www.csudh.

edu/olli to find out about carpooling

or taking public transportation to the

campus.

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at CSUDH

Fall 2018 Programs and Activities

In this catalog, programs and activities for OLLI Members at the

CSUDH campus are listed in the following categories:

• Lecture Series – Series of presentations by CSUDH professors

on a topic or theme suggested by OLLI Members. Fall and Spring

semesters only!

• Courses – OLLI courses are a series of classroom meetings

organized around a topic and led by an instructor. Additional fees

and/or waivers may apply.

• Discussion Groups – Discussions are often conducted in

conjunction with a video or film and facilitated by a discussion

leader. Additional fees may apply.

• Computer Workshops – Computer workshops include

presentations on various computer applications and their uses.

Classes meet in two modern computer labs with ample

opportunity for hands-on practice. Additional fees may apply.

• Field Trips – Members visit local museums, gardens, and

historic sites. Additional fees may apply.

• Peer-led (Omnilore) – This program consists of study/discussion

groups in which each member participates by presenting a topic

related to the subject under study. Additional fees apply. OLLI

Members must attend an Omnilore orientation prior to registering

for a peer-led class. See Peer-led section on pages 27-36 for more

information or visit www.omnilore.org or call (310) 215-1848.

New and Renewing

OLLI Members

Save The Date!

OLLI Open House

Tuesday, September 4

10:00am – 12:00pm

(See page 1)

Lifelong learning is

a shared adventure!

15 Years of Success –

A Future of Greatness!

Join us as we celebrate

you, OLLI Members, in

your OLLIday. Please feel

free to invite your friends

and take advantage of this

opportunity to share with

others about membership in

the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and its many benefits. You can

also renew your membership and register for Fall classes following

the event.

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OLLI Classes,

Workshops and

Activities

California State University

Dominguez Hills

Many classes, workshops and

discussion groups take place on

the campus of California State

University Dominguez Hills in Carson.

In addition to modern classroom

buildings and a dedicated computer

lab, the University has many resources

which include a library, food

court, restaurants, and bookstore.

Involvement in University activities is

one of the many benefits of OLLI.

OLLI More.

Live More.

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ART, CULTURE & LANGUAGE

Facilitator: Vernis E. Ross, OLLI

Member, is a free-lance poet and

writer, she is also a retired educator

who taught for 42 years in both the

San Francisco and Los Angeles school

districts where she taught English,

creative writing and journalism.

4 Wednesdays

September 5, 19

October 3, 17

10:00am – 12:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1206

Fee: $1.00 fee for composition book

at class 1st meeting, all other

materials will be provided

NLLL 151 Section 01

Course No. 43469

Exercising the Creative Spirit

A combination of scrapbooking and journal writing, designed to

express your creativity and capture memories for all time. Poetry

and creative writing excises will help you express what is in your

heart and leave a record of lasting memories.

Please join us as we

explore scrapbooking

and creative writing

and journaling.

For the first class

meeting, bring a

photograph that

has special

meaning to you.

NEW!

Facilitator: Norma Bates, OLLI

Member, Crafts Raffle Prize Contributor

for OLLI and Juneteenth Celebrations

3 Tuesdays

October 9, 16, 23

12:00pm – 1:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1206

Fee: $15 (Course Materials)

Registration is limited to 10

participants.

NLLL 151 Section 05

Course No. 43473

Quick Crafts with Norma

Join in this fun and productive class

with crafter-extraordinaire, Norma

Bates, a 9-year OLLI Member,

volunteer and Ambassador. Norma

brings a lifetime of crafting experience

to this class. We have all seen

examples of her crafting with prizes

and table décor at OLLI Open Houses

and other special events.

You will be surprised at the ingenious

projects she has in store for us:

gift boxes, small purses, cards and

envelopes, flowers, t-shirts and tote

bags. Projects are completed

at each class.

Projects and supplies needed for the following class will be

announced at each meeting.

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ART, CULTURE & LANGUAGE

Hat Trims and Other Accessories

NEW!

Join in this fun and productive new class with milliner and crafter,

Yolanda Fielder. Yolanda studied fashion design at Los Angeles

Trade-Technical College, then traveled to New York where she

worked at Eric Javits Hats in New York while studying millinery at

The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. She was owner of

a hat shop called King George’s Daughter.

In this class, you will make trims to adorn your hats using various

materials such as: feathers, felt, rhinestones, wire, fabric, and

flowers will be made by using a

flower-making iron. There will be

hand stitching, so get your fingers

ready to dance and tingle. An

orientation will be provided at the

first class. Most class materials will

be provided. Additional materials

needed for each following class

will be announced at each

meeting.

Instructor: Yolanda Fielder, OLLI

Member, CSUDH Alumni, and City of

Carson Women’s Issues Commissioner

2 Mondays

September 10, 17

12:00pm – 3:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1222

Fee: $10 (Course Materials)

Registration is limited to

10 participants.

NLLL 151 Section 02

Course No. 43470

Hat Making:

Blocking Felt with Yolanda

NEW!

The fun continues with this new class on hat blocking. Also known

as a hat form or bashing block, the hat block is a carved wooden

shape used by milliners to create felt hats.

In this class, we will block, size, stitch, and trim a felt hat using

various materials such as feathers, rhinestones, wire, or fabric. It

can be classy or whimsical. Get your creative juices flowing and

your muscles ready so you can tip your hat and say, “Ah Cha

Cha!” An orientation will be provided at the first class. Most class

materials will be

provided. Any

additional materials

needed for

following classes

will be announced

at each meeting.

Instructor: Yolanda Fielder, OLLI

Member, CSUDH Alumni, and City of

Carson Women’s Issues Commissioner

4 Tuesdays

September 11, 18, 25

October 2

12:00pm – 3:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1222

Fee: $20 (Course Materials)

Registration is limited to

11 participants.

NLLL 151 Section 03

Course No. 43471

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ART, CULTURE & LANGUAGE

Instructor and Facilitator: Maria Ruiz is

a member of both OLLI and Omnilore;

a District Toastmasters Qualified

Speaker; and the “drama guru” at the

Joslyn Center in Manhattan Beach.

She also directs and produces at the

Dramatic Readers Theater in two South

Bay locations.

6 Wednesdays

September 12, 26

October 10, 24

November 14, 28

1:30pm – 3:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1206

Fee: $20

NLLL 154 Section 02

Course No. 43480

Special Event

Save The Dates!

• Preview Performances of

the CSUDH Department of

Theatre and Dance

Thursday, October 11

Thursday, November 1

Wednesday, December 5

8:00pm – 10:00pm

(See Inside Back Cover [IBC])

Let’s Read a Play!

No stage or acting experience required. Join us for the opportunity

to have some fun and to polish our dramatic skills. Our director,

Maria Ruiz, will introduce the authors and theater history of each

play before readings begin. You are invited to become a part of

this interesting and interactive approach to enjoying a play and to

experience cold readings. Expect lively discussion about meaning

and content.

Students usually obtain copies of the plays from libraries

or purchase copies.

Refreshments will be served.

Dinner with Friends by Donald Marguiles

September 12, 26

The story follows food critic Gabe and his wife

Karen, who believe they are living in domestic bliss.

However, one evening, while having dinner with

friends, they learn that another friend is leaving

his wife for another woman. This comes as a

shock to the hosts, causing them to take a long, hard look at

their own marriage.

A Delicate Balance by Edward Albee

October 10, 24

The uneasy existence of an upper-middle-class

suburban couple and their permanent houseguest

(her sister, a witty alcoholic) is disrupted by the

appearance of family friends, fellow empty nesters,

who ask to stay with them to escape an unnamed

terror. Soon after, the hosts’ bitter daughter returns home following

the collapse of her fourth marriage.

The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder

November 14, 28

The play dramatizes the struggle of humankind

to survive, focusing on the Antrobus family. Each

act is structured around a historic catastrophe: the

Ice Age, the Flood, and modern war, pitting the

characters against nature, the moral order, and

themselves. The play may also be seen as units of time: geologic,

biblical, and recorded.

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ART, CULTURE & LANGUAGE

Classic Jazz 105: Evolution of a Genre;

A Sentimental Journey

Chet Hanley continues his concise, sights-and-sounds primer

on America’s musical gift to the world, Jazz. Included in the

presentation is a consideration of music originating in New Orleans

around the beginning of the 20th century and subsequently

developing through increasingly complex styles, generally marked

by intricate, propulsive rhythms, polyphonic ensemble playing,

improvisatory, virtuosic solos, and melodic freedom which serve to

link the music to the entire realm of the performing arts.

Video selections will be followed by discussions of the music,

the performers and the literature.

Lecturer: Chet Hanley,

Lecturer for DHTV at CSUDH/LA 36,

Broadcast on channel LA 36

6 Thursdays

September 20, 27

October 4, 18, 25

November 1

10:00am – 12:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 152 Section 01

Course No. 43474

These topics will be addressed:

Session #1: September 20

Ellingtonia: The music and legacy of Edward Kennedy Ellington

Session #2: September 27

Monk’s Music: The music of an American original

Session #3: October 4

Making connections: You know the songs.

Do you know the composers?

Session #4: October 18

Yes, the Blues

Session #5: October 25

Jazz musicians who are consummate entertainers

Session #6: November 1

Royal families of Jazz: From the Boswell Sisters to the

Marsalis family

Upcoming Field Trip

Save The Date!

• Chen Art Gallery

Wednesday, November 7

10:00am – 11:30am

(See page 22)

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ART, CULTURE & LANGUAGE

Instructor and Facilitator: Rick Irons,

OLLI Member, a creative Graphic Artist

and Toy Designer

6 Mondays

October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

November 5

1:00pm-3:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1205

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

(Course materials below,

not included in OLLI fees)

Class is limited to 15 students

NLLL 151 Section 04

Course No. 43472

Special Event

Save The Date!

• International Student

Services and OLLI

Thanksgiving

Celebration

Wednesday, November 7

12:00pm – 2:00pm

Let’s Paint a Picture...

It’s easier than you think.

This is a new art class presented by Rick Irons. Begining with the

basics, he will share his experience and methods as creative graphic

artist and toy designer. Step-by-step lessons will show you how to

create your own painting renditions using water-based pigments

(water colors) as our primary media.

Some painting

experience is good

but beginners are

welcome.

We may introduce

other added

materials to be

mixed into your

composition. Rick

plans to show

Photo by Björn Laczay flickr.com/photos/dustpuppy/34263812/, CC BY 2.0 commons.wikimedia.org

some art samples

to the class,

followed by a discussion of the first class project. He plans for the

class to begin their painting on the first day.

Every student will need to buy a basic watercolor set, some

brushes, watercolor paper, and pencil, bring a one-quart plastic

container for water to clean our brushes, some newspaper and

masking tape to protect our classroom tables.

If you already have these items, bring them on first day of class.

These supplies are available at Amazon.com and most Art and

Hobby stores.

NEW!

Below is a list of course materials you will need:

1. Canson XL Series Watercolor Textured Paper Pad

30 sheets ($9.97)

2. VisualPro Watercolor Paint Set w/24 tubes of paint

($12.97)

3. Darice 13” by 10” 20-Well Palette

($3.50)

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Living Well For Older Adults

This Fall we’ll focus on the DVD series:

Food Science and The Human Body

DVD

Food Science and the

Human Body

As Life Long Learners we continue

to enjoy exploring the topic of food:

cooking styles, nutrition, insights,

and cultural histories. This course

is a more scientific approach to the

subject, one that also includes

fields like biology, neurology and

human evolution.

Dr. Alyssa Crittenden is an Associate

Professor of Anthropology at

the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she is also an Adjunct

Professor in the Department of Medicine, will offer eye opening

answers about the evolution of the human diet and its relationship

to our bodies, bringing together insights from a range of fields

including anthropology, biology, history, nutrition, health science,

economics and sociology. She will lay bare what science can teach

us about how food works on our bodies and how it can harm us

as well as help.

September 6

September 13

September 20

September 27

October 4

October 11

1) A Brief History of Bread

2) The Science and Secrets of Chocolate

3) Water: The Liquid of Life

4) Beer, Mead, and the Fun of Fermentation

5) Humanity’s Love of Wine

6) Coffee: Love or Addiction

7) The Roots of Tea

8) The Fizz of Soda

9) Food as Ritual

10) When People Eat Things That Aren’t Food

11) Food as Recreational Drug

12) Food as Medicine

Facilitator: Eula Slater,

OLLI Member and Registered Dietitian

6 Thursdays

September 6, 13, 20, 27

October 4, 11

1:30pm – 3:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1206

Fee: $20

NLLL 355 Section 01

Course No. 43490

Save The Date!

• You Sexy Thing

After 50—Sexuality

in the Golden Years

Friday, November 9

1:30pm - 3:30pm

(See page 16)

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

NOTE: OLLI is pleased to offer Social Tennis for Seniors, Crocheting for Health, Urban Hiking,

T’ai Chi Chuan for Beginners, and Fun and Games to focus on learning experiences that optimize

brain fitness and promote physical fitness through exercise and coordination. Have fun!

Instructor: Donald Means,

OLLI Member

Donald’s Vision: “We will be the

fittest Seniors we know”

13 Tuesdays

September 11, 18, 25

October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

November 6, 13, 20, 27

December 4

9:00am – 11:00am

14 Fridays

September 7, 14, 21, 28

October 5, 12, 19, 26

November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

December 7

9:00am – 11:00am

Practice only:

2 Tuesdays

December 11, 18

9:00am – 11:00am

2 Fridays

December 14, 21

9:00am – 11:00am

CSUDH Tennis Courts

Fee: $20

NLLL 355 Section 02

Course No. 43495

Social Tennis for Seniors

The game of tennis is a lifetime sport. Now is the opportune time

to join our class. We are a group with many different attributes

who enjoy a moderate level of physical activity. The tennis class has

wonderful health benefits; just to name a couple; fun and social

interaction. We participate in medium stretching and warm-up

exercises. Instructions are easy. We gain knowledge of tennis rules

and tennis etiquette. We continue to learn the essentials of tennis,

beginning with the classic grip, forehand, backhand, serve, volley,

topspin, drop shot and doubles play.

To get started bring a tennis racket, wear tennis shoes and bring

sunglasses, hat, small towel, and water. Class meets for 27 sessions

and will remain available four additional weeks for practice.

Note: OLLI Members are required to sign a waiver

at first class session.

Save The Date!

• Dietary Fats and

the Perfect Storm

of Unhealthy Food

Decisions

Wednesday, October 3

1:30pm – 3:30pm

(See page 14)

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Fun and Games

“No experience necessary.”

This class is all about having fun,

friendship, and “exercising” our

brains! An assortment of games

will be provided but class

members are encouraged to

bring their own games to share.

We will have on hand “brain

games” along with such

favorites as Mexican Train

(a dominos game). Scrabble,

Tripoley, Rummy Tiles, Jenga,

Cribbage, Chess, playing cards, and coloring books, to name a few.

We will break into groups, play familiar games, and learn some

new ones.

Class members volunteer to bring refreshments.

You bring your drink.

Facilitator: Valerie Dingwall,

OLLI Member and OLLI Historian

8 Fridays

September 7, 28

October 5, 19

November 2, 16, 30

December 14

11:30am – 1:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1206

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 355 Section 03

Course No. 43496

T’ai Chi Chuan for Beginners

T’ai Chi Chaun is a slow martial art comprised of a series of

postures which flow together in a holistic and unified manner.

T’ai Chi is essentially a moving meditation accessible to everyone,

regardless of age or physical

ability. Join me in exploring

this ancient art, which is still

practiced worldwide today,

known to bring about

calmness, strength, optimum

health, body awareness,

improved balance,

community and

lasting friendships.

Please wear

comfortable clothes.

Note: OLLI Members are

required to sign a waiver

at first class session.

Instructor: Linda Kahn,

OLLI Member

6 Fridays

September 7, 14, 28

October 5, 12, 19

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1222

Fee: $15

Class is limited to 15 students

NLLL 355 Section 04

Course No. 43497

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Instructor: Joy Jurena, RN, MHA

OLLI and Omnilore Member

Wednesday, October 3

1:30pm – 3:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1222

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 355 Section 05

Course No. 43498

Dietary Fats and the Perfect Storm

of Unhealthy Food Decisions

NEW!

The Perfect Storm of bad food decisions is a saga that began

100 years ago with altered fat and altered research on fat.

Political decisions were made based on the research. Along with

these decisions, farming inventions made grain farming a big

business. There was money to be made. The result: a rise in

chronic preventable diseases. The saga is still being played out in

our Dietary Guidelines and Farm Bill.

Surprisingly there is still controversy about saturated fat and

cholesterol when both were exonerated from causing atherosclerosis

in 2014. Many Indigenous peoples eat a lot of saturated

fat from animals and nuts and have little or no heart disease.

In nature, there is no bad fat. It’s what humans do to fat that can

make it bad. Body fat is an organ. How does it function? What

foods can cause our body to make too much? Hint: it is not FAT.

In this class we will learn about dietary fat classifications, how

they work in our bodies, amounts in animal and vegetable foods,

and what fats are essential (must get from food). This information

should free you from fear of eating fats that improve the taste of

food and are healthy.

Facilitator: Eula Slater, OLLI Member

8 Tuesdays

October 9, 16, 23, 30

November 6, 13, 20, 27

1:30pm – 3:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1205

Fee: $15

NLLL 355 Section 06

Course No. 43499

Crocheting For Health

Let’s complete a project for Fall! Crocheting as part of our Healthy

Living series. It stimulates our brains and can promote mental

health by reducing stress. Class times are scheduled to allow

a solid beginning in the art and skill of crocheting, as well as for

feedback on progress.

Past projects have been donated as prizes

at OLLI Celebrations, Juneteenth

and to Knots of Love.

Please bring yarn and hook

(size I or J) to first meeting.

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Aging Gracefully and Gratefully

Aging is inevitable. As we study and examine what the experts

have to say about aging, we learn from each other by sharing our

individual experiences. Attitudes, decisions, choices and

acceptance are guidelines that assist us on this road called

“aging.” Class participants are encouraged to suggest additional

aging issues that are affecting them. We will discuss and explore

various concepts, share techniques and consider how to age

“gracefully and gratefully.”

October 18

Session 1: Mental, Physical, Emotional Health

• Losses/Berevements: Senses (Dementia, Alzheimer’s),

Loved Ones • Decision Making • Ability to Change

October 25

Session 2: Taking Care of Me

• Diet (Weight Gain/Loss) • Exercise, Entertainment

• Sleep/Habits • Intimacy/Sex • Spirituality/Religion

• Gratitude

November 1

Session 3: Taking Care of Business

• Relationships/Family and Friends • Living Arrangements/

Environment • Communication/Interaction with Others

• Retirement and Finances • Public Image

• Legacy (what will we pass on?)

Presenter: Frankie Stewart, M.A.,

OLLI Member and CSUDH Alumna

3 Thursdays

October 18, 25

November 1

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1206

Fee: $15

NLLL 355 Section 07

Course No. 43500

Upcoming Field Trip

Save The Date!

• Los Angeles

Archives

Bazaar 2018

Saturday, October 20

10:00am – 12:00pm

(See page 23)

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Instructor: Dr. Sophia Momand,

Staff Physician, Student Health &

Psychological Services

Wednesday, November 7

12:30pm – 2:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 355 Section 08

Course No. 43501

Osher Lecture Series

Your Health and Wellness

Many people feel weaker and less like themselves as they age.

NEW!

Did you know that after you turn 40 you may lose 8% of muscle

mass every 10 years?

What about our brain? What can we do to preserve its function to

the ripe old age of 99?

The foods you eat can affect your weight, your hormones, and

the health of your organs, including your heart. So we’ll review

together how to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.

There are so many over the counter medications to select including

herbal supplements. Hold on while we try to sort out what is best

for our health and what is not.

Learn helpful facts to help guide you into a pattern of living with

better health and wellness.

This is an informative course you won’t want to miss. So bring

your questions and we’ll find the answers.

Presenters: Dr. Maria Capaldo, Is

a gynecologist, recently retired, in

practice for 35 years and Brooke

McIntyre Tuley, is a reproductive

health educator with over 40 years of

health education in the community.

Friday, November 9

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1222

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 355 Section 09

Course No. 43502

You Sexy Thing After 50 –

Sexuality in the Golden Years

Explore your sensual side in the second

half of life. Whether you are in a

relationship now or exploring new

paths, Dr. Maria Capaldo and Brooke

McIntyre Tuley will offer insights to

those sensitive concerns you may

have about sex.

This discussion will touch on how to

overcome the obstacles our bodies

experience due to physiological changes

that occur with age as well as an

overview of safe sex practices and communicating with your

partner. They will touch on health concerns that may interfere

with sex and offer strategies to increase intimacy and approaches

to a healthier sex life. Whether you are in a new or longstanding

relationship this class will offer you some new insights on

being a sexier you.

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BUSINESS AND FINANCE

Tax Reform 2018

(How does it affect you?)

NEW!

In December, President Trump signed into law – TAX CUTS AND

JOBS ACT of 2017. It is the largest tax reform legislation in three

decades and will affect taxpayers in all income brackets. Generally,

we know that the tax reform reduced tax rates. However, the

question still looming is how does the new law affect your overall

tax liability next year? What actually changed? Does everyone

benefit? What can/can’t you deduct? This workshop is designed to

present a simplified version of the tax reform on an individual level

(not corporate level) and answer common questions on how you

can prepare for the changes.

John C. Pak is a Certified Financial Planner with 19 years of

experience in the financial advisory industry. BA in Finance,

Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo School of Business, and completed

his financial planning training through NYU/UCLA. Active in

spearheading “community outreach” initiatives with local colleges,

public libraries, and Southern California lifelong learning centers to

promote financial literacy and empowerment through workshops

and seminars. He is the founder of Otium Advisory Group, a fee

only, fiduciary financial planning firm based in West Los Angeles.

Instructor: John C. Pak, Certified

Financial Planner (CFP ® ), Retirement

Income Financial Planner (RIFP ® )

Friday, October 26

1:30pm – 3:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1222

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 255 Section 02

Course No. 43486

Reverse Mortgage

Review and Architecture

NEW!

The Reverse Mortgage Loan has been around for many years,

however, the theories behind how they work and how to make

them more efficient is less known. This presentation will help guide

students through how the loan functions, when it should be used,

when there are better alternatives, problems with the loan and

finally how to make the loan more efficient.

Items reviewed also include, how the Federal Housing Administration

is involved with Reverse Mortgages, how recent changes in the

industry are spurring new Reverse Mortgage products from private

companies, how recent changes have made it more difficult to obtain

a Reverse Mortgage, how to obtain the best Reverse Mortgage

and finally why many homeowners are choosing to sell their homes

and purchase a different home use the Reverse Mortgage for Purchase.

The presenters are the founders of Reverse Mortgage, Inc.,

with several years experience in the industry helping seniors and

many others.

Presenters: Ryan Kleis, CEO and

Founder at Reverse Mortgage

Educators, Inc. Robert Ross, President

and Founder at Reverse Mortgage

Educators, Inc.

Monday, October 15

10:00am – 12:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 255 Section 01

Course No. 43485

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DISCUSSION GROUPS

Facilitators: OLLI Members

4 Thursdays

September 13, October 11

November 8, December 13

10:00am – 12:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1206

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 154 Section 01

Course No. 43479

The Thursday Morning Book Club

We’ll read and discuss these books selected by the club members.

Some questions to consider might be: How well has the author

made his/her point? What surprised you about a character or the

ending? How does the story relate to today’s ideas and lifestyles?

Bring your own beverage; members provide snacks.

September 13

Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich

Stephanie Plum has recently been laid-off as a lingerie buyer and

is in dire straits. She gets a job with her cousin Vinnie as a bond

hunter and scrounges enough money to buy a gun, a Chevy Nova

and some Mace. Her first assignment is to locate Joe Morelli, a cop

accused of murder. Stephanie has less difficulty finding her man

than deciding what she wants to do with him once she’s got him.

Be prepared to laugh!

October 11

A Gathering of Old Men by Ernest J. Gaines

Life in a Louisiana sugarcane plantation changes course when a

local white farmer is shot in self defense. A group of old black men

courageously step forward en masse to take responsibility for the

killing of the white racist, whom one of their members has shot.

As the Sheriff confronts the suspects, the young plantation owner

stands alone in her daring defense of this group of men, provoking

racial tension that makes a compelling drama.

November 8

A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton

A tough-talking former cop, private investigator Kinsey Millhone

has a soft spot for underdogs and lost causes. That’s why she draws

desperate clients like Nikki Fife. Eight years ago, she was convicted

of killing her philandering husband. Now she’s out on parole and

needs Kinsey’s help to find the real killer.

December 13

The Kite Runner by Khalid Hosseini

The unforgettable, heartbreaking story of the unlikely friendship

between a wealthy boy and the son of his father’s servant.

Caught in the tragic sweep of history, The Kite Runner transports

readers to Afghanistan at a tense and crucial moment of change

and destruction. A powerful story of friendship, it is also about

the power of reading, the price of betrayal, and the possibility

of redemption; and an exploration of the power of fathers over

sons—their love, their sacrifices, their lies.

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DISCUSSION GROUPS

Native Peoples of North America

Lectures by Professor Daniel M. Cobb,

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

This illustrated lecture provides a new appreciation of the

conditions and issues facing Native Americans today, and

confronts all Americans about their perceptions of Native

American identity in the 21st century.

NEW!

Prior to 1492, there were two separate worlds: Europe, Asia,

and Africa on the one hand and the Americas on the other.

These worlds did not know of each other. Studying American

history, most of us really know very little of the world of the

Native Americans. There were civilizations at different stages of

development. Some were “stone age” technology while others

were on the verge of transitioning to employing metals. Some

had calendars and accounting, while others did not. There was

extensive and long distance trading. Some had elaborate

architecture while others were rather primitive. The Native

American peoples were highly susceptible to deadly Eurasian and

African diseases, which killed off large percentages of the people

in certain regions. Some of the European colonists took an attitude

of exterminating the natives while others accepted and melded

with the natives. These differences led to a highly different status

of Native Americans today. Native Americans are with us today in

surprising numbers and contribute to our modern world in ways

which most of us are only superficially aware.

Facilitator: Jay Edie, OLLI and

Omnilore Member

6 Mondays

September 17, 24

October 1, 8, 29

November 5

10:00am – 12:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1205

Fee: $20

NLLL 251 Section 01

Course No. 43482

Upcoming Field Trip

Save The Date!

• Los Angeles Museum

of the Holocaust

Monday, November 19

10:00am – 12:00pm

(See page 24)

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HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE

Author/Lecturer: Leroy Martinez,

Veteran, Deputy Sheriff, Law School

Graduate, Genealogist, author, and

member of the Sons of the American

Revolution Society.

Monday, September 24

1:30pm – 3:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

and Open to the Public

OLLI Members Only

NLLL 251 Section 02

Course No. 43483

Non-OLLI Members Only

NLLLL 251 Section 03

Course No. 43484

From Across the Spanish Empire:

Spanish Soldiers Who Helped Win

the American Revolutionary War, 1776-1783

Arizona, California, Louisiana, New Mexico,

and Texas Military Rosters

NEW!

This book by Leroy Martinez is the first work to identify the

Spanish combatants serving in North America during the American

Revolution. The volume begins with a listing of Spanish governors,

Spanish presidios (forts) in the future United States, a glossary of

Spanish terms that appear in the records, and a chronology of

events—all for the years of the Revolution. Here readers will learn

that Spain’s involvement in our War for Independence preceded

that nation’s declaration of war against Britain in 1779. For

instance, Spain, through the agency of merchant Diego de

Gardoqui in Bilbao, sent money, muskets, munitions, medicine,

and military supplies to the U.S. as early as 1776. Gardoqui later

became Spain’s first ambassador to America.

Separate chapters list those who served in Arizona, California,

Louisiana, New Mexico, and Texas. Many names identify the

Spanish soldier, military unit, rank

and date, the source, sometimes

by age, place of origin in Europe,

theater served in, and other factors.

Original sources were located in

Archives of Spanish Naval Museum

in Madrid, the U.S. Library of

Congress, and in state archives in

Texas, Arizona, and California.

Illustrations of military uniforms,

original documents, and other

artifacts from the era are included,

along with the author’s own

ancestors.

“From Across the Spanish Empire”

sheds light upon 7,500 Spanish

combatants who served in North

America during the American Revolution. The names listed could

qualify as a descendant for membership in the Sons of the

American Revolution (SAR) or related lineage organizations.

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HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE

Osher Lecture Series

An Introduction to Islam

If you ever wanted to learn about Islam and Muslims and understand

the faith practiced by nearly two billion people around the

world then this course is for you. Not only will you learn the basics

of the beliefs, practices and cultural diversity in Islam but you will

also understand why Islam is one of the fastest growing religions in

the world today.

Some of the topics that will be discussed include: Are women

second class citizens in Islam? What does Islam say about today’s

social issues? How do Muslims feel about other religions? What is

Jihad? This class will cover these topics and more.

Included in this lecture will be a general overview of Islamic art and

costume. So don’t be left out. Sign up for this exciting adventure in

learning about Islam!

Instructor: Dr. Sophia Momand,

Staff Physician, Student Health &

Psychological Services

Wednesday, October 10

12:30pm – 2:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 110 Section 01

Course No. 43468

Osher Lecture Series

Dash to the South Pole: Stuck on the Ice

NEW!

In late December of 2010, a group of eclipse and “pole” chasers

arrived in Punta Arenas, Chile, to join a Travel Quest expedition

bound for Antarctica

and hopefully reach

the South Pole. This

intrepid group of eleven

adventurers arrived on

January 4, 2011 at a

newly created basecamp on a remote glacier 600 miles from the

Pole, but no one could have predicted what was going to happen

over the next 17 days…

Rich Abele is a veteran of five Antarctica expeditions. The

employees of the basecamp’s operations are still talking about

this expedition today. He will take you on a photographic and

oral journey down to this frozen continent, acquaint you with

remote polar travel and camp life, and introduce you to meteorite

searching on a glacier. Highlights include a flight to the South Pole

and a visit to the new National Science Foundation (NFS) research

building that houses many scientists and labs.

Please join us and find out what happened to this group of polar

adventurers, who somehow, got “stuck on the ice.” This is an

OLLI special event presentation you will not want to miss.

Presenter: Rich Abele, a veteran of

five Antarctica expeditions and tour

guide aboard the museum battleship

USS IOWA (BB-61).

Wednesday, October 24

10:00am - 12:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 280 Section 02

Course No. 43506

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FIELD TRIPS

NOTE: OLLI Members are required to sign a waiver prior to participating in field trip activities. Check the

field trip description for any additional expenses that may be incurred on-site.

Hiking Guides: Janice Champion and

Lori Davidson-Fox, OLLI Members

4 Mondays

October 29

November 5, 12, 26

9:00am – 11:00am

Extended Education Building,

EE-1221 (First Meeting Only)

Fee: $10

NLLL 370 Section 01

Course No. 43503

Urban Hiking in the South Bay

Walkers, get your gear together! We will be taking four urban

hikes. The first meeting will be at CSUDH. We meet in a classroom

for an introduction, sign waivers and receive information on the

locations of the other three

urban hikes. Then we will take

our first urban hike on the

CSUDH campus. The other

hikes will be in the South

Bay. These hikes will be lowimpact

on flat or gently rolling

sidewalks or pathways. Wear a

hat, durable shoes, sunscreen,

and bring water to drink.

Wednesday, November 7

10:00am – 11:30am

Participants will meet at the

Chen Art Gallery at 9:45am

1625 Abalone Ave

Torrance, CA 90501

www.chenartgallery.org

For directions, call (310) 781-3808

Parking is Free, unmetered street

parking is available on Abalone Avenue

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

Members must register by

October 24. Participants are

limited to the first 30 who register.

NLLL 171 Section 01

Course No. 43481

Chen Art Gallery

OLLI is pleased to arrange a guided tour which takes visitors

through the private collection of Dr. Tei-Fu Chen. Over the past

twenty plus years, Dr. Chen has collected a magnificent array of

world-class artifacts including traditional Chinese furniture, jade,

bronze, sculpture, porcelain, pottery,

painting, and more. The Gallery was

recently reorganized and includes a surprise

exhibit of Picasso’s 100 original etchings

often referred to as a “rare set” and

“masterpieces.” The Chen Art Gallery

is a truly one of OLLI’S ‘Gems of the

South Bay.’

Please note: There are no benches or chairs inside the galleries

so guests are advised to be prepared to stand and walk for the

entire tour. Guests are permitted to bring their own canes, walkers,

wheelchairs or small portable folding stools if needed.

No photography or recording devices of any kind. Cell phones are

not allowed inside the galleries. Food, drinks, backpacks, large

bags, and large purses are not allowed.

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FIELD TRIPS

Los Angeles Archives Bazaar 2018

NEW!

For history lovers and buffs, enjoy an annual event at

USC’s Doheny Library. Celebrate the diversity of stories that

make Southern California such a place of discovery. At the

Los Angeles Archives Bazaar, presented by L.A. as Subject and

the USC Libraries, anyone with an interest in the region’s history

will find something of value. A broad array of institutions and

archives will have experts on hand to show off their collections

and answer questions.

In addition to the wealth of information on display from exhibitors,

daylong programming will feature preservation workshops and

enlightening presentations. There is something for everyone!

The USC

Libraries serve

as the host

institution for

L.A. as Subject,

an alliance of

libraries,

museums, and

other archival

and cultural

organizations.

The relationship

complements

the USC

libraries’ strong

regional history

collection and is

a natural

outgrowth of

the libraries’

efforts to

preserve and

expand access

to the primary

sources of L.A.

history.

Saturday, October 20

10:00am – 12:00pm

(Event hours: 9:00am to 5:00pm)

Participants will meet at the

Doheny Memorial Library (DML)

main entrance at 9:30am

3550 Trousdale Parkway, DML 101

University Park Campus

Los Angeles, CA 90089

Parking on campus is $12

USC is minutes from downtown

Los Angeles and is easily accessible by

major freeways and the Metro Expo

Line (Expo Park/USC).

Doheny Library is located in the

center of campus, adjacent to

Alumni Park and across from

Bovard Auditorium, on

Trousdale Parkway.

NLLL 270 Section 01

Course No. 43488

Save The Dates!

• Urban Hiking

in the South Bay

4 Mondays: October 29

November 5, 12, 26

9:00am – 11:00am

(See page 22)

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FIELD TRIPS

Monday, November 19

10:00am – 12:00pm

Participants will meet at the

Los Angeles Museum of the

Holocaust at 9:45am

100 The Grove Drive

Los Angeles, CA 90036

http://www.lamoth.org

For directions, call (323) 651-3704

(LAMOTH)

Parking is FREE!

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

NLLL 270 Section 02

Course No. 43489

Los Angeles Museum of the

Holocaust (LAMOTH)

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) will take a field trip to

the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMOTH) where we

will have a docent-led tour of their current exhibits: The Rise of

Nazism, Jewish Life before the Holocaust, Life in the Ghetto,

and Concentration camps today. The tour will last approximately

one hour.

After the docent tour, the Museum will treat the group with a

survivor speaker. The group will meet with the survivor to learn

about their war experience. This testimony will be approximately

one hour long.

Please note: Estimated tour to be two hours long, including the

survivor speaker.

Please join us! This field trip is always a treat.

NEW!

Save The Date!

OLLI Planned Giving

Workshop

Wednesday, October 10

8:00am – 10:00am

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SPECIAL EVENTS

CSUDH Master Plan

NEW!

The purpose of the California State University, Dominguez Hills

2018 Master Plan is to support and advance the University’s

educational mission by providing a guide to the development of

the physical campus and its facilities over the next twenty years.

The Master Plan report describes in detail the vision and goals for

campus development to accommodate an enrollment capacity of

20,000 full-time-equivalent students (FTES).

The 2018 Master Plan addresses the natural and built environments

by identifying the requirements for maintaining and enhancing

the physical aspects of the campus to meet the needs for growth

and change in a rapidly evolving higher education environment.

The Master Plan anticipates these changes by focusing on the

facilities needed by the academic program; by campus life

programs including housing, recreation, athletics and facilities

maintenance; and by the requirements of campus infrastructure

including roadways, parking and utilities.

The Master Plan offers

guidance for future development

that is intended

to maintain and enrich the

campus as an attractive,

accessible, safe and

functional environment for

learning, living, recreation

and culture to serve CSU

Dominguez Hills students,

faculty, staff and visitors

as well as the surrounding

region and its communities.

The Master Plan report

incorporates Landscape

Guidelines, Sustainability

Guidelines and Land Development

and Architectural

Design Guidelines to guide

the execution of the Master

Plan recommendations.

Co-Presenters: David Gamboa,

CSUDH Assistant Vice President,

External Relations, and Jay Bond,

CSUDH University Planning Consultant

Friday, September 21

11:30am – 12:30pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

Fee: Free to OLLI Members

and Open to the Public

OLLI Members Only

NLLL 001 Section 01

Course No. 43450

Non-OLLI Members Only

NLLLL 001 Section 02

Course No. 43452

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Thursday, December 6

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

Seating is limited;

please register early!

Fees: OLLI Members: $10

Non-OLLI Members: $15

OLLI Members Only

NLLL 001 Section 06

Course No. 43466

Non-OLLI Members Only

NLLL 001 Section 07

Course No. 43467

A Taste of OLLI Celebration

Thank you for your membership in the Osher Lifelong Learning

Institute at California State University, Dominguez Hills

(OLLI@CSUDH). As fellow OLLI@CSUDH members, we want to

acknowledge you in your day with fun, prizes and refreshments.

It is also OLLI@CSUDH’s 15th anniversary. 2018 is our year to

celebrate 15 years of success and create a future filled with

discovery and fun for our community.

During this special season of the year, we will have

another anonymous gift exchange (maximum value

$10.00) – Bring a Gift, Get a Gift.

Friends don’t let Friends miss out on OLLI!

Interested in experiencing a taste of OLLI before enrolling

as a member? The OLLI Celebration is a great way to get

to know us.

By now your friends know how much you are enjoying your

membership in OLLI at CSUDH and all the “lifelong learning”

opportunities it has to offer. Why not invite a friend to join you,

as your guest, when attending the Taste of OLLI Celebration

this year? Our belief is once your friends get a Taste of OLLI;

they will want to become members and continue learning

with us as we continue to create our Shared Adventures!

Important Announcement:

Renew Your OLLI

Membership

To participate in OLLI courses

your membership must be current.

The cost is only $30 for an annual

membership. If your membership

has lapsed, please sign up as soon

as possible. If you aren’t sure

whether your membership is

current, call the OLLI office at

(310) 243-3208. Please make

checks payable to CSUDH.

Lifelong learning is a shared adventure!

15 Years of Success – A Future of Greatness!

Join us on Thursday, December 6 for

A Taste of OLLI Celebration as we celebrate you,

OLLI Members, in your OLLIday.

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OLLI’s Peer-led

Program—

Omnilore

Recently celebrating its 28th

anniversary, Omnilore is OLLI’s peerled

group, a learning-in-retirement

community of approximately 300

seniors who organize study/discussion

groups on dozens of diverse topics

that are conceived, planned and

directed by the Members. Omnilore is

open to active OLLI Members who

seek intellectual stimulation and the

challenge of shared inquiry.

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PEER-LED CLASSES (Omnilore)

Before registering in the peer-led

program, an orientation session

is required. Please RSVP to

(310) 215-1848 at least 3 days prior.

Directions and parking information

will be provided.

Orientation dates

for Fall 2018 have passed.

Additional fees apply.

Beach Cities Health Center

Lower Level Suites L8 & L9

514 N. Prospect Ave.

Redondo Beach, CA 90277

www.omnilore.org

Directions and parking information

will be provided.

OLLI’s Peer-led (Omnilore) Orientation

The peer-led program of OLLI at CSUDH is known as Omnilore.

The study/discussion group is the core of the peer-led program.

Within the group, each member participates by choosing a topic

related to the subject under study, doing research on it and then

presenting the information to the group. Some study/discussion

groups are structured around a book, which all members read

and discuss as part of the meetings. Groups meet for two hours

twice each month, 8 meetings for a total of 16 hours. The exact

time of each class is set by the participants.

Please note that the books listed for each course are only possible

candidates. Do not buy any until the pre-meeting and a decision

on the common reading is made.

Holiday periods are adapted to by individual class voting.

Although the Fall orientation dates have passed, you

can prepare for the following trimester by attending orientation

meetings on Friday, October 19 or Friday, November 16

Call (310) 215-1848 for more details and payment information,

or visit the Omnilore website at www.omnilore.org.

Spring classes start in May and end in August.

Fall classes start in September and end in December.

The Forum (Speaker Luncheon)

The Forum is a special luncheon held by Omnilore (OLLI’s peer-led

learning group) every quarter which features a speaker on a

variety of topics. It is a social as well as an educational event.

Open to members and non-members, reservations must be

received 10 days prior to the event. Cost is $27. Speakers have

included best-selling authors, public affairs experts, college

professors, magazine and newspaper columnists, music, art

and food experts, librarians as well as many other specialists.

For further information or to make a reservation for attendance,

please e-mail Forum@Omnilore.org.

Questions? Contact Linda Jenson (310) 375-7693.

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PEER-LED CLASSES (Omnilore)

Omnilore Topics Offered For Fall 2018

Please note that the books listed for each course are only possible

candidates. Do not buy any until the pre-meeting and a decision

on the common reading is made.

Classes start September 4, 2018

and end December 28, 2018

Holiday periods are adapted to by

individual class voting.

(ASG) Ancient Skygazers

When the sun goes down, we turn our lights on, and TVs go on.

Our ancient ancestors looked up and gazed at the skies filled with

wonderful specks of light that moved across above them. They

would find meanings for these objects and take guidance from

them. They would create myths about them, temples to worship

them, and establish structures to observe them and maintain

detailed records. This would lead to how they created calendars,

planned cities, and evolved their cultures. These ancient skygazers

laid the basis for modern astronomy. Our goal is to look at the

world of archeoastronomy and learn of ancient skygazers and their

beliefs and customs. And to look up at night.

Common Reading:

Echo of the Ancient Skies,

the Astronomy of Lost Civilizations,

by Edwin C. Krupp (2004)

(BBC) Bitcoin, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

What is Bitcoin, and why should anyone care about it anyway? It

is often associated in the public mind with instability, wild market

fluctuations and illicit dealings, but its underlying technology is

poised to launch a revolution. Cryptocurrency (and the blockchain

technology it is based on) are here to stay, so rather than ignoring

it, this S/DG will help demystify it and prepare us to participate in

discussions about an inevitable crypto-economy.

Common Reading:

The Age of Cryptocurrency:

How Bitcoin and the Blockchain are

Challenging the Global Economic

World Order, by Paul Vigna and

Michael J. Casey (2016)

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PEER-LED CLASSES (Omnilore)

Common Reading:

Basketball, Great Writing About

America’s Game, edited by

Alexander Wolff (February 2018)

(BKT) Basketball: Great Writing About

America’s Game

What is your relationship with basketball? Do you get caught up

in the national passion and fever pitch during the NCAA’s March

Madness and NBA finals, or are you clueless?

This S/DG will focus on the human side of the game with all its

grit, grace and glory. It is based on Basketball, Great Writing

About America’s Game, the biggest and best collection of

basketball writing ever assembled. It covers the game in all its

aspects: teams like the Celtic and the Knicks; iconic superstars

like Kareem, Jordan and Curry; chronology of the game; and

basketball’s place in American culture.

Basketball should appeal to anyone who likes a good story, and

there are more than forty stories written by an all-star roster of

journalists, sportswriters, essayists and the players themselves.

Common Reading:

The Triumph of Christianity: How

a Forbidden Religion Swept the

World, by Bart Ehrman

(February 2018)

(CHR) The Triumph of Christianity:

How a Forbidden Religion Swept the World

Christianity didn’t have to become the dominant religion in the

West. It easily could have remained a small sect of Judaism. In

The Triumph of Christianity, Bart Ehrman, a master explainer of

Christian history, texts, and traditions, shows how a religion whose

first believers were twenty or so illiterate day laborers in a remote

part of the empire became the official religion of Rome, converting

some thirty million people in just four centuries. The Triumph of

Christianity combines deep knowledge and meticulous research in

an eye-opening, immensely readable narrative that upends the way

we think about the single most important cultural transformation

our world has ever seen—one that revolutionized art, music,

literature, philosophy, ethics, economics, and law.

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PEER-LED CLASSES (Omnilore)

(DEM) The People vs. Democracy

The world is in turmoil. From Russia, Turkey, and Egypt to the

United States, authoritarian populists have seized power. As a

result, democracy itself may now be at risk. Two core components

of liberal democracy individual rights and the popular will are

increasingly at war with each other. As the role of money in politics

soared and important issues were taken out of public contestation,

a system of “rights without democracy” took hold. Populists who

rail against this say they want to return power to the people.

But in practice they create something just as bad: a system of

“democracy without rights.” The consequence, as Yascha Mounk

shows in a brilliant and timely book, is that trust in politics is

dwindling. Citizens are falling out of love with their political system.

Democracy is wilting away. Drawing on vivid stories and original

research, Mounk identifies three key drivers of voters’ discontent:

stagnating living standards, fear of multiethnic democracy, and the

rise of social media. To reverse the trend, politicians need to enact

radical reforms that benefit the many, not the few.

Common Reading:

The People vs. Democracy:

Why Our Freedom Is in Danger

and How to Save It,

by Yascha Mounk (March 2018)

(DNA) Ghost DNA and the New Science

of the Human Past

David Reich describes how the revolution in the ability to sequence

ancient DNA has changed our understanding of the deep human

past. This book tells the emerging story of our often-surprising

ancestry—the extraordinary ancient migrations and mixtures of

populations that have made us who we are. Ever cheaper ways of

analyzing DNA has enabled scientists to look deeper and thus revise

and make changes to existing theories of our human ancestry.

Mr. Reich documents an extraordinary moment in the history of

science, a 10-year span in which geneticists have gone from the

first practical sequencing of entire genomes to collating hundreds

of genome samples taken from ancient bones. Mr. Reich and

others are using these data to build a map of genetic variation

in the ancient world. In the process, they have solved some old

archaeological problems but also uncovered new mysteries.

Common Reading:

Who We Are and

How We Got Here,

by David Reich (March 2018)

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PEER-LED CLASSES (Omnilore)

Common Reading:

Edgar Allan Poe: His Life

and Legacy, by Jeffrey Meyers

(September 2000)

(EAP) Edgar Allan Poe

Come explore the dark side!

The works of poet and short story writer Edgar Allan Poe (1809-

1849) influenced many other great writers, including Hawthorne,

Fitzgerald, Nabokov and Baudelaire. Hailed in France as the

inventor of the modern detective and psychological novel and of

symbolist poetry, Poe is remembered in his own country chiefly for

his macabre tales (The Pit and the Pendulum, The Fall of the House

of Usher) and his poem The Raven.

Edgar Allan Poe was a mess of complications and perversity—a

brilliant crank, a genteel necrophile, a plagiarist and hack who stole

from his inferiors yet starved while his editors grew fat. Considered

both insane and a genius, Poe’s own correspondence supplies a

vivid portrait of his brutal domestic life—the constant uprootings,

the continual pleas for aid, the excruciation of his wife’s slow

death—and the endless (and frequently absurd) controversies that

Poe carried on in print.

Common Reading:

Enlightenment Now: The Case for

Reason, Science, Humanism and

Progress, by Steven Pinker

(Viking, February 2018)

(FEN) Feel Enlightened Now

If you are discouraged by the state of the world, this S/DG will

help you feel enlightened now. There are many aspects of life

which have been improving and will likely continue to do so. In

2012, Steven Pinker’s book The Better Angels of Our Nature used

extensive data to show how the level of violence in the world has

significantly diminished over time, despite the impression gained

from the news media. His latest book, Enlightenment Now uses a

similar approach to show that life, health, prosperity, safety, peace,

knowledge, and happiness are improving worldwide. He offers 75

graphs with data to illustrate how change has led to significant

improvements. Pinker attributes this to a gift of the Enlightenment:

the conviction that knowledge can enhance human flourishing.

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PEER-LED CLASSES (Omnilore)

(IND) India—The Next Global Powerhouse

India won independence in 1947 and has been an economic

laggard almost ever since. It is the second most populous country,

has significant natural resources, a large body of educated people,

many highly successful entrepreneurs, and yet it hasn’t been able to

get its act together. Many of its best and brightest have emigrated,

including to the USA. It was held back by the socialism of its early

leaders and their policy of attempting national self-sufficiency.

More recent governments seem to have turned this around. India,

now the third largest economy in PPP, is predicted to grow more

rapidly and to become much more prosperous, to have the third

largest military and the world’s largest middle class.

This S/DG will examine India’s economy, culture and politics with

a view of what this portends for America and the world.

Common Reading:

Our Time Has Come: How India is

Making Its Place in the World

by Alyssa Ayres (Oxford, January 2018)

(LAN) The Search for Origins of Language

This book grows out of Kenneally’s conviction that investigating

the evolution of language is a good and worthwhile pursuit—a

stance that most in the field of linguistics disparaged until about 20

years ago. The result is a book that is as much about evolutionary

biology as it is about linguistics. We read about work with

chimpanzees, bonobos, parrots and even robots that are being

programmed to develop language evolutionarily. Kenneally has a

breezily journalistic style that is occasionally witty but more often

pragmatic, as she tries to distill academic and scientific discourses

into terms the casual reader will understand. She introduces the

major players in the field of linguistics and behavioral studies—

Noam Chomsky, Steven Pinker, Sue Savage-Rumbaugh and Philip

Lieberman—as well as countless other anthropologists, biologists

and linguists. Kenneally’s insistence upon seeing human capacity

for speech on an evolutionary continuum of communication that

includes all other animal species provides a respite from ideological

declamations about human supremacy.

Common Reading:

The First Word: The Search

for the Origins of Language

by Christine Kenneally

(May 2008; 300 pages)

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PEER-LED CLASSES (Omnilore)

Common Reading:

There will be no book for this class,

only the L.A. Times article with the

critics’ reasons for their choices and

online movie reviews and analysis.

(MOV) Buried Cinematic Treasures

Do you drive up to Laemmle’s theaters, buy tickets online to

the Southbay Film Society, have Netflix on your bookmark bar?

Then you are probably a candidate for this class on Buried

Cinematic Treasures based on a list by L.A. Times critics

Kenneth Turan and Justin Chang. Here is an excerpt from the

August 27, 2017 Times article:

“There’s never been a better time to be a movie lover. The sheer

volume of titles available, and the speed and ease with which

consumers can access those titles no matter where they live, is

unprecedented. But all of those options can paradoxically make

finding the very best films even more of a challenge. For every gem

waiting to be discovered (or rediscovered) on a streaming service

there are numerous less worthy titles crowding them out, and

exceptional cinematic works are still in danger of slipping through

the cracks.”

That’s one reason why Times critics Kenneth Turan and Justin

Chang resolved to collaborate on a list of 25 “buried treasures”

from the last 20 years in cinema.”

Common Reading:

Political Tribes: Group Instinct

and the Fate of Nations

by Amy Chua (February 2018)

(POL) Political Tribes

This class will look at the cultural splitting apart that is our present

situation and by understanding it suggest some hopeful solutions.

Humans are tribal. We need to belong to groups. In many parts

of the world, the group identities that matter most—the ones

that people will kill and die for—are ethnic, religious, sectarian, or

clan-based. But because America tends to see the world in terms

of nation-states engaged in great ideological battles, we are often

spectacularly blind to the power of tribal politics. Time and again

this blindness has undermined American foreign policy.

Just as Washington’s foreign policy establishment has been blind

to the power of tribal politics outside the country, so too have

American political elites been oblivious to the group identities

that matter most to ordinary Americans—and that are tearing the

United States apart. As the stunning rise of Donald Trump laid bare,

identity politics have seized both the American left and right in an

especially dangerous, racially inflected way

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PEER-LED CLASSES (Omnilore)

(ROM) The Romanovs

The Romanovs were the most successful dynasty of modern times,

ruling a sixth of the world’s surface for three centuries. They turned

a war-ruined principality into the world’s greatest empire and then

lost it all. Their story is of twenty tsars and tsarinas, some touched

by genius, some by madness—but all inspired by holy autocracy

and imperial ambition. Ruling Russia was a sacred imperial mission

filled with danger, as six of the last twelve tsars were murdered.

This S/DG will review the Romanovs’ secret world of unlimited

power and ruthless empire-building, overshadowed by

palace conspiracy, family rivalries, sexual decadence and wild

extravagance, with a global cast of adventurers, courtesans,

revolutionaries and poets, from Ivan the Terrible to Tolstoy and

Pushkin, to Bismarck, Lincoln, Queen Victoria and Lenin.

Common Reading:

The Romanovs: 1613-1918,

by Simon Sebag Montefiore

(May 2016)

(SHK) Shakespeare: All the World’s a Stage…

With players standing and with a few props, we will do reading

walk-throughs of Henry VIII as our History play and The Comedy

of Errors as our Comedy. We’ll pick our 3rd play depending on

preferences expressed at the pre-meeting in August. Class

members will learn how to research all perspectives of

Shakespeare’s works —sources upon which the Bard builds rich

characters and enhances the plots, how to play each character

“in character,” themes, symbols, images, motifs, and commentary

on issues of the day. Members will leave this class with a fuller

understanding of the masterful story construction, realistic

characters with depth and humanity, and the rich, evocative

language which have earned William Shakespeare the title of

greatest writer in the English language.

Common Reading:

Selected Plays

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PEER-LED CLASSES (Omnilore)

No Common Reading.

(TED) TED Talks: Ideas Worth Spreading

A click on www.ted.com will take you to an unusual and

fascinating website—TED Talks. TED is a nonprofit organization

devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as

an annual conference connecting people from three worlds:

Technology, Entertainment, and Design. TED brings together

some of the world’s most fascinating thinkers and doers, who

are challenged to give the talk of their lives (in 18 minutes).

These are, for the most part, riveting talks by remarkable people,

and the talks are made available free to the world online.

This extremely popular class has been offered numerous times

by Omnilore.

Save The Dates!

• Fun and Games

8 Fridays:

September 7, 21

October 5, 19

November 2, 16, 30

December 14

11:30am – 1:30pm

(See page 9)

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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR EVENTS

2018-2019 Season of Theatre & Dance

Enjoy live performances this fall with productions from the

California State University, Dominguez Hills Department of Theatre

Arts and Dance. For ticketing and pricing information please call

(310) 243-3588. OLLI members benefit by receiving student rates.

Undocumented by Elaine Romero

Directed by Bill DeLuca, CSUDH Professor of Theatre Arts, M.A.,

M.F.A. Bill DeLuca is a director, writer, and teacher from New York.

Amalia Portilla, a school principal, faces political contempt when

her superintendent demands that she turn over the name of an

undocumented worker she has protected or lose not only her

LatinX Studies Program but her job. The play looks into the tragic

impact brought on by the immigration crisis in America today.

University Theatre

October 12, 13, 18, 19, 20

at 8pm,

October 14 and 21

at 2pm

Ubu the King by Alfred Jarry

Directed by Naomi Buckley, actor, director, and playwright with an

MFA in Performance Studies from Mountview Academy of Theatre

Arts, London.

When it first opened in Paris in late 1896, Ubu Roi (Ubu the King)

immediately outraged audiences with its scatological references

and surrealist style. Spectators rioted during the premiere (and

final) performance and unrelenting controversy over the play’s

meaning followed. The play features a main character that is cruel,

gluttonous, and grotesque, but the quality and stunning impact of

the work was never questioned.

Come into the Light

Dance and Music Collaboration Concert

Artistic Director: Doris Ressl Acosta, Associate Professor of Dance,

Dance Coordinator, CSUDH. Music Directors: Dawn Brooks

(Conductor and Voice Teacher) and Rik Noyce (Flutist)

This collaboration between the Theatre & Dance and Music

Departments will be the culminating event for the LGBTQIA+

Symposium focusing on artists past and present. Celebrate the

choral, vocal, and instrumental music of Poulenc, Bernstein, Britten,

Copland, and Sondheim to original choreography by Amy Michele

Allen, Marco A Carreon, Sarah Cashmore, Jeff Hendrix, Doris Ressl,

Kenneth Walker and guest Nathan Ortiz.

Edison Theatre

November 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, and 16

at 8pm,

November 4, 10, 11, and 17

at 2pm

University Theatre

December 6, 7 and 8

at 8pm,

December 8

at 2pm

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UNIVERSITY COURSES for OLLI Members

Note: Enrollment as an auditor

means the student does not take tests

or complete graded assignments.

At the discretion of the instructor an

auditor may be required to participate

in classroom activities.

You are invited to view the

Open University Class

Schedule online by visiting the

Extended Education website at

www.csudh.edu/ceie

OLLI Members may audit campus

courses for $30 per unit.

Special Event

Save The Date!

• Open House

Tuesday, September 4

10:00am – 12:00pm

(See page 1)

A program for OLLI Members who want to

participate in University courses

Eligibility to enroll in regular campus courses through the OLLI

University program for a significantly reduced fee is one of the

membership benefits of OLLI at CSUDH.

The OLLI University program allows individuals to enroll in regular

campus classes without being admitted to the University. Transcripts,

application and other documentation are not required. However,

instructor permission is required to participate in a course, and

OLLI University students are accepted on a space available basis.

The regular Open University fee is $311 per unit for undergraduate

courses, and $369 per unit for graduate courses, but OLLI Members

may audit courses for only $30 per unit.

The process is easy.

1. Pick up an Open University class schedule from the

Extended Education Registration office.

2. Find the course you would like to enroll in.

3. Fill out the registration forms in the Open University

class schedule.

4. Bring the completed registration form to the first class

meeting and ask the instructor to sign the form.

5. Then return the signed and completed form to the

Extended Education Registration office and pay fees.

6. You will be enrolled in the course on an audit basis

and receive an “AU” on your transcript for the course.

OLLI More.

Live More.

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FALL 2018 OLLI @ CSUDH INSTRUCTORS

Rich Abele, OLLI Member, a veteran

of five Antarctica expeditions and

tour guide aboard the museum

battleship USS IOWA (BB-61)

Janice Champion, OLLI Member,

Urban Hiking Guide and Travel

Buddy for the On the Move

Riders Club

Doris Ressl Acosta, Associate

Professor of Dance, CSUDH; Artistic

Director Spring Dance Concert -

Revolution

Lori Davidson-Fox, OLLI Member

and Urban Hiking Guide

Linda Avery, OLLI Member, OLLI

Will Call – Preview Performances for

the CSUDH Department of Theatre

and Dance 2018/2019 Season

Bill DeLuca, director, writer, and

teacher at the New York Guthrie

Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club,

and the Yale Rep.

Cecilia Ball, OLLI Member, OLLI Will

Call – Preview Performances for the

CSUDH Department of Theatre and

Dance 2018/2019 Season

Valerie Dingwall, OLLI Member

and Historian, OLLI Curriculum

Committee Member

Norma Bates, OLLI Member, OLLI

Craft Contributor for Raffle prizes in

the OLLI and Juneteenth

Celebrations

Jay Edie, OLLI and Omnilore

Member

Jay Bond, CSUDH University

Planning Consultant, Co-Presenter

CSUDH Master Plan

Yolanda Fielder, OLLI Member,

CSUDH Alumni, and City of Carson

Women’s Issues Commissioner

Dawn Brooks, Ph.D., MA and

BA in Vocal Performance at CSULB,

and DMA in Choral Music from USC.

David Gamboa, CSUDH Assistant

Vice President, External Relations,

Co-Presenter CSUDH Master Plan

Naomi Buckley, actor, director,

playwright with an MFA in Performance

Studies from Mountview

Academy of Theatre Arts, London.

Dr. Maria Capaldo, retired

Gynecologist.

Janice Guerrero, OLLI Member,

OLLI Will Call – Preview Performances

for the CSUDH Department

of Theatre and Dance 2018/2019

Season

Chet Hanley, Lecturer for DHTV

at CSUDH/LA 36, retired teacher,

program coordinator and

LAUSD administrator.

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FALL 2018 OLLI @ CSUDH INSTRUCTORS

Rick Irons, OLLI Member,

a creative Graphic Artist

and Toy Designer

Joy Jurena, OLLI Member,

RN, MHA, Wellness Advocate

Linda Kahn, OLLI Member and

T’ai Chi Chuan for Beginners

Instructor

Ryan Kleis, CEO and Founder,

originator and lecturer at Reverse

Mortgage Educators, Inc. Formerly

a Licensed Registered Investment

Advisor for Prudential Financial.

Leroy Martinez, author/lecturer,

Veteran, Deputy Sheriff, Law School

Graduate, Genealogist, and member

of the Sons of the American

Revolution Society

Donald Means, OLLI Member,

Social Tennis for Seniors’ Coach

John C. Pak, is a Certified Financial

Planner, BA in Finance, CSU

Fullerton’s Mihaylo School of

Business, financial planning training

through NYU/UCLA.

Robert Ross, President and Founder

at Reverse Mortgage Educators,

Inc. helping seniors strategize for

a better retirement using a reverse

mortgage

Vernis Ross, OLLI Member, poet and

writer, retired educator, graduate of

Howard University with majors in

English and Journalism with advanced

studies at UCLA, USC, and CSUDH.

Maria Ruiz, OLLI Member, a

District Toastmasters Qualified

Speaker, and the “drama guru”

at the Joslyn Center

Eula Slater, OLLI Member, OLLI

Ambassador, OLLI Curriculum

Committee, Registered Dietician

Frankie Stewart, M.A., OLLI

Member and CSUDH Alumna

Dr. Sophia Momand, M.D. Staff

Physician, Board Certified in Family

Practice, Student Health and

Psychological Services, CSUDH

Brooke McIntyre Tuley, is a

reproductive health educator with

over 40 years of health education in

the community

Norman Morris, OLLI Member,

OLLI@CSUDH Official Photographer

and Videographer

La Margo Washington, OLLI

Member and Volunteer, OLLI

Program Director

Rik Noyce, Ph.D., recitalist and

collaborative chamber musician,

Altus Flutes Performing Artist

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF COURSES

Date Day Time Location Class Title Pg #

NOTE: Classes in Bold indicate first meeting

3-Sep Mon All day CSUDH Campus Labor Day Holiday-

Campus Closed, No Classes

5-Sep Wed 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1206 Exercising the Creative Spirit 6

6-Sep Thu 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Living Well for Older Adult Health Series 11

7-Sep Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

7-Sep Fri 11:30am-1:30pm EE-1206 Fun and Games 13

7-Sep Fri 1:30pm-2:30pm EE-1222 T’ai Chi Chuan for Beginners 13

10-Sep Mon 12:00pm-3:00pm EE-1222 Hat Trims and Other Accessories 7

11-Sep Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

11-Sep Tue 12:00pm-3:00pm EE-1222 Hat Making: Blocking Felt with Yolanda 7

12-Sep Wed 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Let’s Read a Play! 8

13-Sep Thu 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1206 Thursday Morning Book Club 18

13-Sep Thu 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Living Well for Older Adult Health Series 11

14-Sep Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

14-Sep Fri 1:30pm-2:30pm EE-1222 T’ai Chi Chuan for Beginners 13

17-Sep Mon 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1205 Native Peoples of North America 19

17-Sep Mon 12:00pm-3:00pm EE-1222 Hat Trims and Other Accessories 7

18-Sep Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

18-Sep Tue 12:00pm-3:00pm EE-1222 Hat Making: Blocking Felt with Yolanda 7

19-Sep Wed 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1206 Exercising the Creative Spirit 6

20-Sep Thu 10:00am-12:30pm EE-1213 Classic Jazz 105 9

20-Sep Thu 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Living Well for Older Adult Health Series 11

21-Sep Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

21-Sep Fri 11:30am-12:30pm EE-1213 CSUDH Master Plan Update 25

24-Sep Mon 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1205 Native Peoples of North America 19

24-Sep Mon 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1213 From Across the Spanish Empire 20

25-Sep Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

25-Sep Tue 12:00pm-3:00pm EE-1222 Hat Making: Blocking Felt with Yolanda 7

26-Sep Wed 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Let’s Read a Play! 8

27-Sep Thu 10:00am-12:30pm EE-1213 Classic Jazz 105 9

27-Sep Thu 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Living Well for Older Adult Health Series 11

28-Sep Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

28-Sep Fri 11:30am-1:30pm EE-1206 Fun and Games 13

28-Sep Fri 1:30pm-2:30pm EE-1222 T’ai Chi Chuan for Beginners 13

Tennis Courts = CSUDH Tennis Courts

EE = Extended Education Building, CSUDH

LVCC = Los Verdes Country Club

BCHC = Beach Cities Health Center

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF COURSES

Date Day Time Location Class Title Pg #

NOTE: Classes in Bold indicate first meeting

1-Oct Mon 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1205 Native Peoples of North America 19

1-Oct Mon 1:00pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Let’s Paint a Picture 10

2-Oct Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

2-Oct Tue 12:00pm-3:00pm EE-1222 Hat Making: Blocking Felt with Yolanda 7

3-Oct Wed 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1206 Exercising the Creative Spirit 6

3-Oct Wed 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1222 Dietary Fats & the Perfect Storm 14

of Unhealthy Food Decisions

4-Oct Thu 10:00am-12:30pm EE-1213 Classic Jazz 105 9

4-Oct Thu 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Living Well for Older Adult Health Series 11

5-Oct Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

5-Oct Fri 11:30am-1:30pm EE-1206 Fun and Games 13

5-Oct Fri 1:30pm-2:30pm EE-1222 T’ai Chi Chuan for Beginners 13

8-Oct Mon 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1205 Native Peoples of North America 19

8-Oct Mon 1:00pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Let’s Paint a Picture 10

9-Oct Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

9-Oct Tue 12:00pm-1:30pm EE-1206 Quick Crafts with Norma 6

9-Oct Tue 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Crocheting for Health 14

10-Oct Tue 8:00am-10:00am EE-1213 OLLI Planned Giving Workshop

10-Oct Wed 12:30pm-2:00pm EE-1213 Osher Lecture Series: 21

An Introduction to Islam

10-Oct Wed 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Let’s Read a Play! 8

11-Oct Thu 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1206 Thursday Morning Book Club 18

11-Oct Thu 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Living Well for Older Adult Health Series 11

11-Oct Thu 8:00pm-10:00pm University Preview Performance of IBC

Theatre Undocumented

12-Oct Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

12-Oct Fri 1:30pm-2:30pm EE-1222 T’ai Chi Chuan for Beginners 13

15-Oct Mon 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1213 OLLI Reverse Mortgage Presentation 17

15-Oct Mon 1:00pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Let’s Paint a Picture 10

16-Oct Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

16-Oct Tue 12:00pm-1:30pm EE-1206 Quick Crafts with Norma 6

16-Oct Tue 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Crocheting for Health 14

17-Oct Wed 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1206 Exercising the Creative Spirit 6

18-Oct Thu 10:00am-12:30pm EE-1213 Classic Jazz 105 9

18-Oct Thu 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Aging Gracefully 15

19-Oct Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

19-Oct Fri 11:30am-1:30pm EE-1206 Fun and Games 13

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF COURSES

Date Day Time Location Class Title Pg #

NOTE: Classes in Bold indicate first meeting

19-Oct Fri 1:30pm-2:30pm EE-1222 T’ai Chi Chuan for Beginners 13

19-Oct Fri 1:30pm-3:30pm BCHC-L8 Introducing Omnilore Meeting 28

20-Oct Sat 10:00am-12:00pm Off Campus USC L.A. Archives Bazaar 23

21-Oct 8-day trip to Cuba Off Campus OLLI goes to CUBA - Depart

22-Oct Mon 1:00pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Let’s Paint a Picture 10

23-Oct Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

23-Oct Tue 12:00pm-1:30pm EE-1206 Quick Crafts with Norma 6

23-Oct Tue 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Crocheting for Health 14

24-Oct Wed 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1213 Osher Lecture Series 21

Dash to the South Pole: Stuck on the Ice

24-Oct Wed 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Let’s Read a Play! 8

25-Oct Thu 10:00am-12:30pm EE-1213 Classic Jazz 105 9

25-Oct Thu 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Aging Gracefully 15

26-Oct Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

26-Oct Fri 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1222 Tax Reform 2018 17

(How does it affect you?)

28-Oct 8-day trip to Cuba Off Campus OLLI goes to CUBA - Return

29-Oct Mon 9:00am-11:00am EE-1221 Urban Hiking 22

Room 1st Meeting Only

29-Oct Mon 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1205 Native Peoples of North America 19

29-Oct Mon 1:00pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Let’s Paint a Picture 10

30-Oct Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

30-Oct Tue 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Crocheting for Health 14

31-Oct Wed 11:30am-1:30pm LVCC Omnilore 2018 Forums

Annual Meeting

1-Nov Thu 10:00am-12:30pm EE-1213 Classic Jazz 105 9

1-Nov Thu 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Aging Gracefully 15

1-Nov Thu 8:00pm-10:00pm Edison Theatre Preview Performance of Ubu the King IBC

2-Nov Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

2-Nov Fri 11:30am-1:30pm EE-1206 Fun and Games 13

5-Nov Mon 9:00am-11:00am Off Campus Urban Hiking 22

5-Nov Mon 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1205 Native Peoples of North America 19

5-Nov Mon 1:00pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Let’s Paint a Picture 10

6-Nov Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

6-Nov Tue 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Crocheting for Health 14

7-Nov Wed 10:00am-11:30am Off Campus Chen Art Gallery 22

7-Nov Wed 12:30pm-2:00pm EE-1213 Osher Lecture Series 16

Your Health and Wellness

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF COURSES

Date Day Time Location Class Title Pg #

NOTE: Classes in Bold indicate first meeting

8-Nov Thu 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1206 Thursday Morning Book Club 18

9-Nov Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

9-Nov Fri 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1222 You Sexy Thing – 16

Sexuality in the Golden Years

12-Nov Mon 9:00am-11:00am Off Campus Urban Hiking 22

12-Nov Mon All day CSUDH Campus Veterans Day Holiday Observed

Campus Closed, No Classes

13-Nov Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

13-Nov Tue 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Crocheting for Health 14

14-Nov Wed 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Let’s Read a Play! 8

16-Nov Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

16-Nov Fri 11:30am-1:30pm EE-1206 Fun and Games 13

16-Nov Fri 1:30pm-3:30pm BCHC-L8 Introducing Omnilore Meeting 28

19-Nov Mon 10:00am-12:00pm Off Campus Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust 24

20-Nov Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

20-Nov Tue 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Crocheting for Health 14

22-Nov Thu-Sun (4-Days) CSUDH Campus Thanksgiving Day Holiday

Campus Closed, No Classes

23-Nov Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

26-Nov Mon 9:00am-11:00am Off Campus Urban Hiking 22

27-Nov Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

27-Nov Tue 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1205 Crocheting for Health 14

28-Nov Wed 1:30pm-3:30pm EE-1206 Let’s Read a Play! 8

30-Nov Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

30-Nov Fri 11:30am-1:30pm EE-1206 Fun and Games 13

4-Dec Tue 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

5-Dec Wed 8:00pm-10:00pm University Preview Performance of IBC

Theatre Come into the Light

6-Dec Thu 1:00pm-4:00pm EE-1213 A Taste of OLLI Celebration 26

7-Dec Fri 9:00am-11:00am Tennis Courts Social Tennis for Seniors 12

13-Dec Thu 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1206 Thursday Morning Book Club 18

14-Dec Fri 11:30am-1:30pm EE-1206 Fun and Games 13

29-Jan Tue 10:00am-12:00pm EE-1213 OLLI 2019 Spring 44

Open House & Orientation

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EXTENDED ED CLASSROOMS MAP

Registration Office Hours:

M-Th 8am-8pm | F 8am-5pm | 8am-1:30pm

Administration Office Hours:

M-F 8am-5pm

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OLLI Sponsors and Volunteers

OLLI Sponsors

& Contributors

OLLI at CSUDH Invites

Sponsors and Contributors

CSUDH, through the Osher Lifelong

Learning Institute, provides collegelevel

experiences and activities to

community residents 50+ years of

age who become Members.

Individuals, businesses, and

organizations who wish to support

the goal of expanding OLLI programs

to meet the intellectual and social

needs of older learners, please contact

the OLLI office at (310) 243-3208 or

olli@csudh.edu to discuss a taxdeductible

donation or sponsorship.

Everyone brings valuable knowledge

and experience to the organization.

Look for calls for volunteers or call our

OLLI office at (310) 243-3208 to say

that you are interested in becoming

an OLLI volunteer.

Become a friend

of OLLI!

Donate your time

and expertise.

OLLI is Looking for Volunteers

If you want to get involved with the university, joining an OLLI

committee is a wonderful way to make this happen. OLLI is a

volunteer organization that depends on the involvement of its

membership to function and grow. We are looking for individuals

who would like to lend their skills to the day-to-day administration

of classes and to planning courses, activities and publications.

Here are four ways you can share

your love for OLLI@CSUDH:

Enrich OLLI@CSUDH Fundraising Committee: This new

Committee works with the program leadership and staff to

establish a series of fun and learning events to invite members,

prospective members and donors to. Tasks include assuring that every

OLLI donor feels thanked and valued. We encourage you to be part

of this dedicated group. Fundraising training will be provided.

OLLI Speakers’ Bureau: This new group of committed volunteers

helps promote OLLI to seniors throughout the South Bay for

the purpose of increasing OLLI membership. As part of a team,

speakers will work in groups of two to meet, present, and share

information about OLLI to others. Whether you and speaking with

people or prefer to stay in the background, there is a role for you.

All volunteers will be trained.

Ambassador Committee: Members assist with special events,

reminder phone calls, special mailings, survey reviews, etc.

Committee Members support OLLI instructors in class and represent

OLLI at designated South Bay events. Committee members are also

responsible for greeting OLLI Members at meetings and events.

Curriculum Committee: Members develop ideas that are the basis

for courses, lectures, computer workshops, discussion groups and

field trips. They

identify instructors

from CSUDH

faculty, community

experts, and OLLI

Members, develop

class schedules,

and publish the

OLLI catalog each

semester.

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VALLEY

MANHATTAN BEACH BL

PARKING AND DIRECTIONS for CSUDH

CENTRAL AVE

California State University,

Dominguez Hills is located at:

1000 East Victoria Street

Carson, CA 90747

Main Campus Phone Number: (310) 243-3696

Extended Education Office Phone Number: (310) 243-3737 TORRANCE BL

Directions for reaching our campus by car:

ARDMORE

PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY

190th

Our campus is located within five minutes of the 91, 110 and 405

freeways, which makes travel to campus convenient no matter

where you are coming from.

From the Los Angeles Civic Center:

110 South to Artesia Freeway (91) east to Avalon Blvd.

Take Avalon Blvd. south to Victoria Street, turn left.

The entrance to campus is a right turn at Tamcliff Avenue.

From Santa Monica:

10 East to San Diego Freeway (405) south toward Long Beach.

Exit at Vermont Avenue off-ramp. Turn left (east) at the end

of the off-ramp onto 190th Street. Follow 190th east

approximately two miles to the campus (190th becomes Victoria

Street). The campus entrance is a right turn at Tamcliff Avenue,

the second traffic signal past Avalon Blvd.

From San Bernardino:

10 West to San Gabriel Freeway (605) south. Take Artesia

Freeway (91) west toward Redondo Beach. Take the Central

Avenue exit and turn left; turn right onto Victoria Street. The

campus entrance is a left turn at Tamcliff Avenue, a traffic signal.

From San Fernando Valley:

405 South/101 East – Follow the San Diego Freeway (405) south

toward Long Beach. Exit at Vermont Avenue off-ramp.

Turn left (east) at the end of the off-ramp onto 190th Street.

Follow 190th east pproximately two miles to the campus (190th

becomes Victoria Street) The campus entrance is a right turn at

Tamcliff Avenue, the second traffic signal past Avalon Blvd.

From Anaheim:

5 North to Artesia Freeway (91) west toward Redondo Beach.

Take the Central Avenue exit and turn left; turn right onto

Victoria Street. The campus entrance is a left turn at Tamcliff

Avenue, a traffic signal.

PARKING LOT 3 is the preferred parking lot for OLLI Members.

MAPLE

ARTESIA BL

SEPULVEDA

110 Fwy

91 Fwy

AVALON

405 Fwy

VICTORIA

Parking at CSUDH

PCH

DEL AMO

CARSON ST

710 Fwy

Annual Parking

Passes are available to

OLLI Members for only

$20.00.

Call the OLLI office

at (310) 243-3208

for details.

Please be aware that

there is a daily charge of $8 to park on

campus. Daily parking permits can be

purchased at one of the many yellow

boxes near the parking lots using cash,

debit or credit card. Permits must be

displayed face-up on your dashboard.

Visit the OLLI website at www.csudh.

edu/olli to find out about carpooling

or taking public transportation to the

campus.

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Preview Performances

“By Invitation Only”

NEW!

OLLI Members are invited to attend the following Preview

Performances of the CSUDH Department of Theatre

and Dance 2018/2019 Season for the special price of

$5. Our own OLLI Will Call avoids waiting in line at the

box office and provides a chance to socialize and discuss

the presentation with theatre-loving OLLI Members and

friends before the performance and during intermission.

Experience quality theatre and dance right here at our

beautiful CSUDH campus, close to home and easy parking.

Registration will close one week before

the Preview Performance date.

Undocumented by Elaine Romero

Directed by Bill DeLuca

Amalia Portilla, a school principal, faces political contempt

when her superintendent demands that she turn over the name

of an undocumented worker she has protected or lose not only

her LatinX Studies Program but also her job.

Thursday, October 11

8:00pm – 10:00pm

University Theatre

Fee: $5

NLLL 001 Section 03

Course No. 43463

Ubu the King by Alfred Jarry

Directed by Naomi Buckley

When it first opened in Paris in late 1896, Ubu Roi (Ubu the King)

immediately outraged audiences with its scatological references

and surrealist style. The play’s main character is cruel, gluttonous,

and grotesque, but the quality and stunning impact of the work

was never questioned.

Thursday, November 1

8:00pm – 10:00pm

Edison Theatre

Fee: $5

NLLL 001 Section 04

Course No. 43464

Come into the Light

Dance and Music Collaboration Concert

Artistic Director: Doris Ressl Acosta

Music Directors: Dawn Brooks and Rik Noyce

This collaboration between the Theatre & Dance and Music

Departments will be the culminating event for the LGBTQIA+

Symposium, and combines the choral, vocal, and instrumental

music of Poulenc, Bernstein, Britten, Copland, and Sondheim

with original choreography.

Wednesday, December 5

8:00pm – 10:00pm

University Theatre

Fee: $5

NLLL 001 Section 05

Course No. 43465


2258

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)

College of Extended & International Education

California State University, Dominguez Hills

1000 E. Victoria St, EE-1300

Carson CA 90747

OLLI Open House

Osher

Lifelong

Learning

Institute

Fall 2018

Course Catalog

September–December

Please join us and bring a guest to our OLLI open house to learn more about

lifelong learning for retired and semi-retired adults. For more information

or to RSVP contact OLLI at CSUDH online at www.csudh.edu/olli or call

(310) 243-3208. You can also email us at olli@csudh.edu.

Tuesday, September 4

10:00am-12:00pm

CSUDH Campus,

Extended Education Building,

EE-1213 (Auditorium)

“Lifelong learning is a

shared adventure”

RSVP to (310) 243-3208, or by email to olli@csudh.edu by

August 28, 2018. Directions and parking information will be provided.

• Registration Drop-off

You can drop off your registration after this event from 12:00pm to 1:00pm.

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