Learn what Osher is all about at our annual , now virtual , Taste of Osher Event! Enjoy raffle drawings while you preview select fall courses, meet instructors and discover the opportunities Osher has waiting for you!
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If you missed the Taste of Osher today, check back, the recorded session is coming soon.
Invite family and friends to this special session. No membership is required to attend.
Join Richard Bell, author of Stolen, for a talk about five boys who were abducted in 1825 as part of the Reverse Underground Railroad that fueled slavery's rapid expansion in the decades before the Civil War. Their courage forever changed the fight against slavery in America.
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Annual/lifetime memberships do not cover Destination Learning fees. All offerings classified under Destination Learning are nonrefundable.
The Getty Center Art Museum in the hills overlooking Los Angeles has many art exhibition spaces. The J.Paul Getty’s eclectic art collection ranges from ancient to modern, paintings, sculpture, European furnishings, photography and special exhibitions. It includes Van Gogh’s famous “Purple Irises”. The architecture and gardens are award winning as well. Enjoy a delightful day touring, dining on your own and discussing great works of art with Robin Douglas.
The bus will leave the CSU San Marcos campus promptly at 8:30 am and will return by 6 pm.
Explore the Junipero Serra Museum at historic Presidio Hill in San Diego. David Miller and Andy Strathman will deliver a talk on Spanish colonial California in historical memory and will then guide students on a tour of the Serra Museum's new permanent exhibit, which focuses on the relationship between the San Diego River and those who have lived adjacent to it. The exhibit presents the history of the Kumeyaay village of Kosaii, the founding of the Spanish presidio and mission, and the use and transformation of the river over centuries of human settlement.