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Weinberg Campus Continues Educational Speaker Series with May & June Events
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Weinberg Campus Continues Educational Speaker Series with May & June Events

Weinberg Campus Continues Educational Speaker Series With May & June Events 
 

Amherst, New York -- Weinberg Campus, a senior living community in Amherst, New York, announces its impressive educational Speaker Series for residents and the public for the months of May and June.  The events will take place in the afternoon and evenings at Weinberg Campus, located at 2650 N. Forest Rd. Getzville, NY 14068.

The Weinberg Campus Speaker Series schedule for May and June is:

  • Wednesday, May 25th from 7:00-8:00 pm – “Beekeeping:  A honey of a hobby!”   
    Presented by Barbara E. Ochterski, Ph.D.  Everything you should know about bees and a taste of honey!!  Who’s in the hive? What does it look like inside the hive? What's the difference between honeybees, yellow jackets, hornets and wasps?   Seasonal changes in hive life.  Honey production and extraction.  Learn about the environmental stressors affecting bees.                                  
  • Thursday, June 9 from 2:00-3:00 pm – “Remembering Names & Faces”.
    Presented by Dr. William Price. Put an end to those awkward moments when you just can’t remember someone’s name.  Learn to use a system developed by Harry Lorayne to flex the memory muscle.
  • Wednesday, June 15 from 3:00-3:45 pm - Meet Lancaster High School’s Steel Band Orchestra Director Ken Kowalski.
    The current Carnival Kids Steel Orchestra or "CKSO" consists of 25 student musicians from Lancaster Central High School. The band performs approximately 20 times a year and is the third oldest established high school steel drum program in the country.  Come and learn more about the man behind this award winning band; what is a steel drum and the challenges of instructing 25 students and so much more will be shared.
  • Wednesday, June 15 from 7:00-8:00 pm Concert by the Lancaster High School’s Carnival Kids Steel Orchestra Band 
    presented by Ken Kowalski, Band Director.  The 25 piece Steel Orchestra Band performs in the Deli.

As Western New York’s premier senior living complex located in Amherst, Weinberg Campus provides a variety of living options and customizable care programs to meet the needs of senior living, all in one location. Weinberg Campus is a non-profit organization serving all faiths and is passionate about creating home-like environments that assist individuals to live according to their changing needs and values.

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