Topics include groundwater quality, Bach, brain injury, Vietnam
Winchester Academy will present nine educational programs at 6:30 p.m. Mondays.
Free and open to the public, the programs are held in the lower level of the Waupaca Area Public Library, with the exception of Trevor Stephenson’s Bach and Vivaldi program on Sept. 25. That will be held at First United Methodist Church in Waupaca.
Programs in the series cover a variety of topics, ranging from.
• Sept. 18 – Kevin Masarik, Wisconsin Groundwater Quality.
• Sept. 25 – Trevor Stephenson, Bach and Vivaldi: Imitation.
• October 2, Mark Brueggeman, Art Inspired by Bach.
Oct. 16 – Alfred McCoy, Future Warfare: The Vietnam Legacy.
• Oct. 23 – Sam Grover, State/Church Separation: A Legal Perspective.
• Oct. 30 – Thomas W. Tatlock, Traumatic Brain Injury: A Major Public Health Problem.
• Nov. 20 – Sarah Boespflug and Falko, Canine Contributions to Law Enforcement.
• Nov. 27 – Mary Cayford and Jim Vang, Who are the Hmong—? ow are They Doing?
• Dec. 4 – Karla Huston, Why Poetry Matters: Discussion and Reading.
Winchester Academy is a nonprofit Waupaca organization administered by a volunteer board of trustees.
Through financial support from individual donors, Winchester Academy brings engaging, informative, and educational programs to the community, recognizing that the love of learning continues throughout life and outside of school walls.
It also gives scholars and other specialists a forum for sharing their knowledge, enthusiasm and expertise.
There are no dues, tuition or membership fees. Guests may attend one, several or all the programs.
The doors open at 6 p.m., with coffee and cookies served until the program begins at 6:30 p.m. Programs last about an hour, with opportunities for questions and discussion.
For more information about Winchester Academy, visit winchesteracademywaupaca.org, follow on Facebook or contact Executive Director Ann Buerger Linden at 715-258-2927 or email@example.com.