Tuesday, September 8th 2020


  • Delivered in the fall of 1973 and collectively titled “The Unanswered Question,” Leonard Bernstein gave lectures that covered a lot of terrain, touching on poetry, linguistics, philosophy and physics. But the focus inevitably comes back to music — to how music works, or to the underlying grammar of music. The lectures run over 11 hours. They’re considered masterpieces, beautiful examples of how to make complicated material accessible. And they’re available in full on YouTube.


  • Art historians have argued about the meaning of The Garden of Earthly Delights—Hieronymus Bosch’s enormously sized, lavishly detailed, and compellingly grotesque late 14th- or early 15th-century triptych. Now you can at least try your own hand at knocking on the door with this “interactive documentary” of The Garden of Early Delights, which allows you to explore the painting in depth.


  • Gentle Latin Spice anyone? Miriam from What Dance Can Do invites you to come to dance! Seated or standing, Salsa, Mambo, and cha-cha. Free class 10:30 am (EST) Friday mornings. Join us! Reply to this email for your invitation to this fun class!


  • Join an expert guide and photographer Munya on a virtual Safari. He will introduce you to Hwange National Park and Zimbabwe.
    You will experience the Safari that he leads every day.
    He will describe the pickup location, safety guidelines, the environment, and the animals we are likely to see. 
    Let Munya tell his story of an African Safari.
    Attendance is free but tips are appreciated.
    Register to attend: bit.ly/VirtualTour-Safari


and of course, thank you.

Thank you for looking after our friends and family members when we can’t. 

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