It’s summer – almost – and here is the information on what activities and programs will be going on before the fall semester. FRF summer programs are usually activities requiring less commitment than our usual class format. For example, this summer’s movie musical series runs for six weeks and is drop in, so no registration is necessary. Look over the website to see the events happening this summer.
Front Range Forum holds its annual meeting in June, a business meeting that this year includes election of a new President. The highlight of the annual meeting is that it concludes with an ice cream social, so it’s worth sitting through the business stuff. The meeting will be held in the Twinberry Auditorium on June 5th from 1:30 PM until 3:30 PM.
Finally, we are providing a trip to Denver to view the Dead Sea Scrolls. We think this will be a popular trip. The details are shown under the Travel tab but I want to highlight two things. First, registration opens at 7:00 AM on the morning of the Annual Meeting, Tuesday, June 5th. Second, if you call and are told that the trip is filled, put your name on the waiting list. We have reserved two of the Senior Center vans for the trip but, if we exceed the capacity of the vans by enough people, the Senior Center will switch us to a motor coach. Make sure you get on the waiting list.
You will also see that there will be a Dead Sea Scrolls program prior to the trip to Denver. Details of the program will be announced at the Annual Meeting. You can certainly attend the program even if you aren’t going on the trip.
Enjoy your summer, but remember that the Kick-off event for the Fall Classes will be held on August 2, 2018.
Soon to be Past President