Senior Citizen Happenings

Senior Citizen Happenings, sponsored by the City of University Heights, are open to all senior citizens. Events take place on Thursdays at 2 p.m. at the University Heights Library. For information, and to suggest program topics, contact the UH Office for Senior Services at 216-397-0336 or

May 1: David Fleshler, Case Western Reserve University associate provost, describes how international students have transformed the campus into an oasis of multiculturism. The school's largest-ever international class enrolled last September, enriching both the academic environment and the local community.

May 8: Chuck Mosberger of Design Wyse Interiors, shares tales of his travels around the world in search of antiques. He'll recount his experiences and finds, which include a 4,000-year-old alabaster bust of an Egyptian queen, tapestries from Thailand and a cabinet from Windsor Castle.

May 15: Huda Lutfi, associate professor of history at the American University in Cairo, and a scholar in the Cleveland Foundation's Creative Fusion program, discusses Egypt's complex artistic and cultural traditions.

May 22: Lynn Zimmerman, head of the English department at Notre Dame College, celebrates the 450th anniversay of Willam Shakespeare.

May 29: William Kavanaugh, Hyland Software Company's director of sales, will describe how a smart-phone app designed by Hyland engineers is helping a South African clinic win the battle against childhood AIDS. 

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Volume 7, Issue 5, Posted 7:16 PM, 05.01.2014