Scottish Rite Masonic Center
Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Summer Seminars

You Don't Have to Wait Until Fall!
Fridays, 1 to 3 p.m.,
Scottish Rite Masonic Center
6151 H St.

The popular Summer Seminars series, coordinated by Ed Sherman, will commence May 23 and continue until Aug. 1.

The location is the same as last year: The Scottish Rite Masonic Center is north of the main CSUS entrance, just off Carlson Drive. There is plenty of free parking (no pass needed).

There will generally be two presentations each Friday with a break in-between. It is a drop-in seminar; no sign-up is necessary. It's a good idea to get there early.

King Tut
King Tut, May 30
Benedict Arnold
Benedict Arnold, June 13
Genghis Kahn
Genghis Khan, July 25

The Schedule

May 23:
Kay Palmbaum: Finding Your Roots and Preserving Your Past.
Marian Kile: Creating Family Stories from Research.
May 30:
David Warren: The Life and Times of King Tut.
Jonathan Brosin: Antibacterials and Gene Mutations.
June 6:
Elaine Moody: The Silk Road: India and Spices.
Joel Primes: Bill of Rights and Privacy.
June 13:
Ivy Hendy: Separating the Liberty from Libertarianism.
David McGuire: Benedict Arnold: Patriot and Traitor.
June 20:
Carolyn Martin: Canadian Front During the War of 1812.
Richard Fuller: The Boys of Summer and Bad Boys of Baseball.
June 27:
Marty Keale: Multiculturalism in the Northern Adriatric.
Bob Lang: Real Rock 'n' Roll Bonus Tracks.
July 4: No Meeting.

July 11:
Ed Sherman: The Nude in Art History.
Ranny Eckstrom: Blond Mummies in the China Desert.
July 18:
Lee Ruth: Strength in Unity: The Growth of California Cooperatives.
Jeff Hendy: Globalization.
July 25:
Doris Keller: Genghis Khan. .
David Goldstein: The new Barnes Museum. The extraordinary Barnes Collection finds an exquisite home amid a swirl of controversy and intrigue.
Aug. 1:
Ed Sanborn: Enlightenment to Revolution..
Dick Tarble: The Drought: Weather, Water and Climate in the Central Valley.