Dear Later Life Learners,
Summer Lectures Club Guelph- visit to Kingston 24-25 May
Our friends at Guelph Summer Lectures Club asked us to remind you about their upcoming lectures on 24 and 25 May.
The Summer Lectures Club
from Guelph *invites you to join them in Kingston for one or both of the “Prison Reform Lectures” * No charge for admission (arrive early, seating is limited)
Lecture Venue: Morgan Memorial Chapel,
Second Floor, Theological Hall,
85 Stuart Street On the Queen’s University Campus, Kingston.
Wednesday, May 24th, 7.00pm
* Lecture 1
: Catherine Latimer, Director of the John Howard Society, will join Kingston citizen Lawrence de Silva to discuss human rights and prisoner life in Canada’s penal system and the vital role of the Society in aiding those released from prison back into society, a presentation made to a parliamentary senate committee investigating prison conditions.
* Lecture 2
: Cameron Willis, archives and research officer at Kingston Prison Museum, will discuss “Twentieth century history of prison administration including the Archambault Prison Uprising”
Thursday, May 25th, 7.00pm
* Lecture 3
: Dianne Dowling, chair of the “Save our Prison Farms Campaign” will report progress on the campaign, and show a prison farms documentary film “When the Cows Come Home”
They said they "would welcome participation by any of members who would like to attend the evening lectures or join in visits to the Kingston Penitentiary
, Prison Museum and possible visit to Collins Bay property".
Full details are here
. Please contact the organisers not
Later Life Learning for more information or to join them via the website or Graham and Wendy Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you soon
Later Life Learning Coordinator