Programming for Active Adults



Tuesday Traditions

Tuesday, September 22 & 29, 10:00 AM


Meeting ID: 899 1013 0104​

Password: 373013

Join us for learning and laughter, as we explore topics such as interpersonal relationships, death and loss, God and Idolatry.  People of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome!

To register contact Jen Goldberg at


News Talk with Pat Renfroe

Tuesday, September 22, 3:00 PM


Call-in number: 929-205-6099

Meeting ID: 277 807 633

News Talk engages in a topical discussion designed to increase knowledge and understanding of world events. There is also a brief review of current news. The discussions are led by Pat Renfroe.


Men’s Club Meeting: Featured speaker Club Member John Curran (prospective members welcome)

Tuesday, September 22, 5:00 PM

The Men’s Club is a group for men to cultivate fellowship and camaraderie through social gatherings, interesting discussions and volunteer activities.  To register contact Pnina Levermore at


Learning Express Lunchtime Talk: The United States Census

Featuring US Census Partnership Specialist Barbara Ryan

Thursday, September 24, 12:00 PM

A look at the importance of the US Census, as the deadline for data collection fast approaches.  The Founding Fathers enshrined the Census in the Constitution.  It helps determine how billions of dollars in federal funding flow into states and communities, their number of congressional representatives, and much more.  To register contact Pnina Levermore at


Broadway Backstage: Max Clayton – The Chorus-star

Presented in partnership with the Osher Marin JCC, San Rafael, California

Thursday, September 24, 4:30 - 5:30 PM

Cost: $20

More than a “chorister,” Max Clayton has emerged as one of the premier, most in-demand chorus boys of Broadway – a “chorus-star!” After his Broadway debut in On the Town, Clayton went on to be in the ensembles (and, in some cases, the lead’s understudy) in the revivals of Gigi and Hello Dolly! and in Something Rotten!, Bandstand, Pretty Woman and, most recently, the hit Moulin Rouge! With performance video clip, enjoy this charming and talented young man!

For more information or to register, contact Pnina Levermore at or call 813-291-2253.

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Learning Express: The Political World of Alexander Hamilton

Featuring Joseph McAuliffe, USF Osher Lifelong Learning Institute


Trace the events and people who shaped Alexander Hamilton’s economic and political philosophy. Although an early opponent to the idea of politically parties, he nevertheless become the father of America’s first political party, the Federalists.

Questions on any of these programs please contact Pnina Levermore at