Tabor College continues its Lifelong Learning series this fall with eight programs including historical and informative presentations and music.
All but the final presentation will be at 9:45 a.m. in the Wohlgemuth Music Education Center on Tabor’s campus. Most are on Fridays. There will be no meeting Oct. 11 or Nov. 1.
The Silver Tsunami: Chuck Buller of Visalia, Calif., will discuss issues related to aging. Buller was an administrator for a retirement community in Reedley, Calif., until recently.
Not Your Ordinary Elementary School: Principal Natise Vogt of Walton Rural Life Center charter school will speak about what has made the agriculture-based school noteworthy enough to be covered by Reuters international news service.
Art or Popular Music in the Church: In the only Monday presentation of the series, composer and lecturer Larry Warkentin of Fresno, Calif., will discuss whether modern culture is influencing evangelical worship music and how people with a beloved hymn tradition can make peace with contemporary worship music.
Leave No Threshing Stone Unturned: Author Glen Ediger will explain the importance of and history of threshing stones, grain, and the railroad in Kansas.
Hearts4Him: This men’s vocal ensemble will present a concert of gospel songs. Based in central Kansas, Hearts4Him has been performing together since 2001.
Hatteberg’s People: KAKE evening news anchor Larry Hatteberg will share stories from time on the road seeking memorable people to profile for the evening news.
Wheat Bread is Not Created Equal: Kansas Wheat Commission spokesman Mary Beth Bowers of Marion will present the latest baking and nutrition information regarding wheat, flour, and bread.
The Great Commission Today: To close the fall series, Lifelong Learning will have a Thanksgiving dinner at 6 p.m. Brent Warkentin of Wichita will give a presentation. The dinner requires a $10 per person payment due by Nov. 18.
Registration for the entire fall series is $15 per person or $29 for a couple. Alternatively, guests may attend single sessions for $4 each.
For more information, contact coordinator Connie Isaac at Conniei@tabor.edu, (620) 947-3121 ext. 1709, or (620) 947-5964.