|First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt|
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
“TEA WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT”
EDVENTURE IN TIME—Time cannot really stand still, but regular readers understand, this blog often blurs the continuum. For example, we suggest you participate in an edventure into the past, which will actually occur in the future, June 3, 2013 when we urge you to spend an afternoon with former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and famed 1930s investigative reporter Lorena Hickok.
Brimming with questions, Ms. Hickok will interview Mrs. Roosevelt and shed light into the First Lady’s life, family and the White House, plus her later work with the United Nations.
The creative class takes form as a play.
This interview will take place 10 to 11:50 am at the Extended Studies Center, San Diego State Campus. The staged interview is a mini-course for June offered by SDSU’s College of Extended Studies/Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
Eleanor is portrayed by Annette Hubbell and Lorena by Elaine Litton.
Instructor is Playwright Sherrie Colbourn.
For fees contact 619-594-5152.
Last day to secure a seat is May 24, 2013
More info: www.neverstoplearning.net/osher.