Lifelong Learning fans can enjoy another season of free lectures at the Sisson Library, beginning at 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, with a presentation on “Common Reading Experiences at Fort Lewis College: Book Selection and Co-curricular Events.”
Behaving like a huge book club, the goal of FLC’s common reading experience is to create a common intellectual experience for students, faculty, staff and the broader local community. Co-curricular events are planned to bring to life the ideas and themes of the chosen books.
Bridget Irish, assistant dean, Writing and First Year Experience, will share the program selection process and how they think about their events. Lecture attendees will have the opportunity to participate in an interactive session concerning choosing a book for the right purpose and the right audience.
If you belong to a book club or are considering joining one, this presentation is for you.
The Lifelong Learning Lecture series offers a wide variety of topics sure to pique the interest of residents and visitors alike. Its mission is to help you keep your mind agile and your life interesting.
Each presentation is free and open to the public. Lectures take place at the Sisson Library, located at the corner of U.S. 160 and 8th Street.