OLLI 2021 Virtual Winter Open House
Wednesday January 6 2021 10am – 12pm
Discovering . . . at our age, in this age
Discovering is marked by active curiosity. Discovering is marked by commitment of time.  Discovering is marked by engagement in learning.  Discovering is [often!] marked by collaboration with partners and friends.
This happens in science.
This happens at OLLI.
Join Brian Worthmann, Ph.D. as he demonstrates
Discoveries . . .  that answered questions about LIGHT
1)How does vision work? 
2) Is white the absence of color? 
3) Is light a wave or a particle? 
4) Why is the sky blue, but sunsets are red?
 Then, stay for . . .
  • OLLI Members’ Discoveries and Aha! Moments
  • A Zoom Conversation with OLLI Program Chairs – bring your catalog!
  • Who Knew? Discoveries during 2020:  Lisa Barton and Laurie Barnett
At 12:00 noon log onto the OLLI Commons at
for more time to ask questions or chat with Brian Worthmann and OLLI Program Chairpersons

Please share an Aha! moment -- a discovery -- you've had through an OLLI experience.  Click the link below, describe your discovery and hit the arrow to post it for others to enjoy!   Signatures appreciated, but not required.  Thanks for sharing your discovery!

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