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Arlene AldaFridays at Five August 14 with Arlene Alda
Gates Open at 4:30 pm, Lecture begins at 5:00 pm

Admission $20.00

Arlene Alda graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Hunter College, received a Fulbright Scholarship, and realized her dream of becoming a professional clarinetist, playing in the Houston Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Leopold Stokowski. She switched careers when her children were young and became an award-winning photographer and author who wrote nineteen books, including Just Kids from the Bronx. As director of Bravo Gloria, Ms. Alda won the Silver Medal Award from the International Film & Television Festival of New York in 1988, and the film was named a finalist in the John Muir Medical Film Festival. She is the mother of three daughters and the grandmother of eight. She and her husband, actor Alan Alda, live in New York City and Long Island.

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MusicPrentiss Dunn's Final Lecture of the Season 
Sunday, March 22 at 1:15pm

Prentiss Dunn's final lecture of the Winter 2015 Season will begin at 1:15pm instead of 2:00pm this Sunday, March 22. The topic will be Chamber Music. Join us for what promises to be a truly memorable musical event. 

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