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Central Forum discussion series is back

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A 37-year-old tradition resumes next week when the Central Forum discussion series returns to Central United Church.

The format remains the same, with a presentation followed by coffee and tea and wrap-up Q&A.

The series runs Tuesdays at 1 p.m., and the cost is $4.

This year’s lineup includes:

Jan. 8 – Mike Hurry, head of Big Brothers Big Sisters Sarnia-Lambton, discusses the adventure trips he leads and the impact they have on local youth.

Jan. 15 – Ted Barris, author and broadcaster, presents a Canadian perspective on dam-busting operations during the Second World War.

Jan. 22 – MP Marilyn Gladu discusses medical assistance in dying.

Jan. 29 – George Mallay, former head of the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership, discusses long-term visions and uncharted waters in Sarnia’s future.

Feb. 5 – Dr. Blake Pearson, discusses medical and recreational cannabis.

Feb. 12 – Eva D’Amilo discusses butterfly gardening with native plants.

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