The SAGE Lecture Series
Senior Adults Gaining Enrichment
The Senior Adults Gaining Enrichment program is one designed for adults over 55 years of age who are interested in expanding life's experiences. SAGE offers an opportunity to enrich one's life through learning in a relaxed and accepting environment among peers. We cover a wide range of subjects in our college level lectures including social and cultural trends, evolving technologies, the arts, food and wine, politics, religion, economics, health and wellness, and many more!
All SAGE lectures are held in room 135 at Penn State Lehigh Valley located at 2809 Saucon Valley Road in Center Valley.
Registration is REQUIRED for all of these lifetime learning opportunities.
Friday, October 13, 2023
"The Past, Present, and Future of Cybersecurity"
2nd Lieutenant David Merida, Chief of Training at Biddle Air National Guard Base
In conjunction with Cybersecurity Awareness Month, join 2nd Lt. David Merida for a brief history of cybersecurity in America, followed by where we are today, future potential, and how we as individuals can protect ourselves from threats to our personal finances and identities.
Friday, November 10, 2023
"Moravian History at the Heart of the Lehigh Valley"
Cari Maslow and Ted Moyer- Vice President and Managing Director and Lead Storyteller
Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites (HBMS) brings Bethlehem's history to life by preserving historic sites; collecting, conserving, and exhibiting historic and artistic objects; understanding and acknowledging the diverse populations that contribute to our history; and conveying our history to the public in an engaging manner. Join HBMS Vice President and Managing Director, Cari Maslow, and Lead Storyteller, Ted Moyer, in a look back at the early Moravian settlement in Bethlehem, where progressive approaches to equal education, industrial innovation, community healthcare, and town planning created the foundation for Bethlehem as we know it today. Maslow and Moyer will speak about the preservation of Bethlehem’s historic early Moravian buildings, the people who lived in them, and what made the community so unique. Plus, learn more about how you can take an active role in preserving history today.
Coffee: 10:30–11:00 a.m.
Lectures: 11:00 a.m.–noon
Lunch: noon–1:00 p.m.
Cost: $20.00 per person. Check or Cash only
Contact Sara Roth at 610-285-5059 or [email protected]!