A 35-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 2 p.m., and the cost is $4.
This year’s lineup features:
Jan. 10 – Michael Kooy, investor, discusses global mega trends and their impact on Canadians.
Jan. 17 – Dr. Joan Bennett Ross, a Sarnia surgeon on volunteering aboard an African mercy ship.
Jan. 24 – Shirley Carr and Alzheimer team, discuss mindful music and its impact on dementia sufferers.
Jan. 31 – Don McCabe, on agricultural facts and trends in Lambton and beyond.
Feb. 7 – Bill Scott, traveller, leads a picture presentation on East African wildlife.
Feb. 14 – Judith Morris, Lambton College president, on the school’s first 50 years of success.