Wednesday, August 24, 2:30 – 5:00 PM, Berger Center and on Zoom
Refreshments and music by Louise Bettner at 2:30. Program starts at 3:00.
Music and the Movies
Instructor: Deborah Rosengaus
Mondays, Sept. 12 – Sept. 26, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, Berger Center
3-week session. Cost: $50
Music and pictures are a match made in heaven! The right soundtrack can make a giant gorilla sympathetic or turn a starlit drive into a scary nightmare. Explore the changing technology of sound and the developments in film scoring through the decades.
Deborah Rosengaus holds a Master’s degree in music, lectures throughout the Bay Area and has performed at opera houses around the world.
Tales From the Foreign Service
Instructor: Marie Huhtala
Wednesdays, Sept. 21 – Oct. 26, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, Berger Center
6-week session. Cost: $95
Learn about the Foreign Service through first-hand stories and anecdotes about the challenges, work specialties, security and health risks and the impact on family members. Whether it’s a plane crash, a coup d’etat or a pandemic, see how diplomats rise to the occasion.
Petaluma resident Marie Huhtala is a career diplomat, teacher and student of public affairs, who spent 33 years working in Asia, Canada, Europe and Washington, D.C.
Films of John Huston
Instructor: Terry Ebinger
Thursdays, September 22 – October 13, 2:00 – 5:00 PM, East Rec.
4-week session, Cost: $95
Note: Early start time
Experience the mastery of John Huston – adventurer, maverick, rascal and born storyteller who has written and directed some of the most acclaimed movies. The Maltese Falcon, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The Asphalt Jungle and The African Queen.
Terry Ebinger, MS is a passionate ﬁlm scholar with three decades of experience as a psychological practitioner and educator, dream consultant and multidisciplinary group leader.
King Tut’s Tomb
Instructor: Lynn Ostling
Mondays, October 24 – November 14, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, Berger Center
4-week session, Cost: $65
When the burial place of Tutankamun was discovered in 1922, the story of the tomb and its spectacular contents became a worldwide news sensation. One hundred years later, revisit the life and times of the young king, and the meaning and purpose of the splendid objects found in his tomb.
Lynn Ostling is an adjunct instructor of Art History at SRJC, published author and freelance lecturer on art history circuits and television.
Class Scholarships are available. Please contact us at oakmontll.org.
Garuda Blue Jazz Concert
Friday, September 9, 7:00 PM, Berger Center
Cost: $25. Table seating. Tables for Eight Available
A tight knit group of friends with a creative edge and a unique sound, they regularly headline the finest jazz venues and clubs around the Bay Area. Playing Jazz, Soul, Funk and Modern Top 40’s, Garunda Blue puts on a show!
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