The coffees are free and open to the public. Trips and luncheons require an active Lifelong Learning Membership.
Speaker: Robert F. Darden, professor in the Baylor Department of Journalism, PR and New Media, presents his nationally recognized work: “Baylor’s Black Gospel Music Restoration Project”
Speaker: Gerald Powell, retired Baylor law professor, will speak on “Old Sinful Waco” on which his best-selling novel, The Sporting House Killing, is based.
The Dinosaur Company makes the largest animatronic dinosaurs and insects in the US. There will be a stop for lunch plus other sites and visits. Check our website for more detailed information about one month before the date.
Program pending; watch for more details. Purchase tickets on our website or at the Mayborn Museum ticket desk.Please note that some in-person courses and events may be moved to a virtual format to comply with Baylor University’s COVID protocols. Registrants will be informed via email.
|2/25 (9:30 - 11:30 am)||Baylor’s Lifelong Learning Monthly Coffee|