FALL 2018 SEMESTER
The Fall 2018 semester began on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 and will end on Thursday, November 1, 2018.
We have closed enrollment for the Fall 2018 semester. We had 394 members enrolled for this semester.
FALL 2018 SEMESTER PROGRAM CHANGES
The current IRP program, with the changes, is posted on the Schedule page of this website; it includes the following remaining lectures, trips and special events for the Fall semester:
The Joy of Writing Your Own Story, October 24
A Philosophical Sampler, October 24
Theatre Performance and the Acting Process, October 25
PTSD: The Continual War Within, October 25
Disney, Bambi, and an Austrian Jew: A Story of Art and Politics, October 30
Tales From the Old Jail, October 30
Bus Trip: Philadelphia, PA Vikings Exhibit, Franklin Institute,
—-and the Museum of the American Revolution, October 31
A Tour Through the Dobbin House, Gettysburg, PA, November 1
IRP Members Meeting, November 1
IRP Members Lunch, November 1
IRP MEMBERS’ LUNCH
Thursday, November 1, Noon at Copper Kettle Restaurant
Individual Order, Individual Checks.
Sign-Up Begins October 23. We need sign-up for a head-count.
Contact: Kathy Worthington, 717-643-0537
SPRING 2019 SEMESTER
The Spring 2019 semester will begin on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, and will end on April 25.
We have no plans to alter the location of our lecture meetings at Wilson College for the Spring 2019 semester.
The enrollment form for the Spring 2019 semester will be available for download on the Enrollment page of this website after January 1, 2019. We cannot enroll persons for the Spring 2019 semester until January.
We are in the process of developing the program for the next semester. While we recognize that the IRP program is subject to a rare change, we are planning to include the following topics, excursions and other events, on the dates shown:
Fifty Years of the Supreme Court, March 5
An Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls, March 6
Local Government, March 7
The Future of War, March 12
Radiation: Facts & Fiction, March 12
Fun Facts and Figures about Nancy Drew, March 13
Medicare & Medicaid Planning, March 13
Developments at NASA, March 14
The Shippens of Shippensburg, March 19
Bus Trip: Brandywine Museum of Art, Chadds Ford, PA and
—-QVC Tour and Shopping, West Chester, PA, March 20
The Evolving Role of Women in International Security, March 28
Palliative Care: What It Is and How It Differs from Hospice, April 2
Overview: Franklin Together Reentry Coalition, April 3
Stories the Monuments Tell: A Photo Tour of Gettysburg, April 3
Antietam Shadows, April 9
Bus Trip: Gettysburg, April 10
Alcatraz: The Attack & Defense of San Francisco and
—-Alta, California in the American Civil War, April 18
Bus Trip: Philadelphia, April 24
In looking to the future, we are exploring alternative venues, but we hope to remain at Wilson College in the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters.
Any computer capable of receiving and downloading IRP attachments
should be able to download IRP documents from this website.
Last year, we experienced IRP messages sent to multiple addressees with attachments being blocked by some email servers, and some other recipients’ computers putting these messages into SPAM or JUNK-Mail folders.
If you are on the IRP email list and you do not receive expected IRP emails, please check your spam or junk-mail folder.
If IRP emails are not reaching your computer, or if you have any questions, please call John Ricca, 717-352-8996.
Thanks for your cooperation.
NOTE: Most members’ computers will not print from email attachments. For almost all members, it will print correctly if the attachment is first downloaded to the computer (Documents or My Documents folder), then opened from within the Documents folder and printed from the computer without the interference of the email program.
In keeping with our policy of cooperation with Wilson College, we will include information about Wilson College Common Hour lectures in the IRP weekly bulletins – unless they conflict with IRP scheduled lectures. Additional information about Common Hour lectures can be seen at: wilson.edu/common-hour.
PARKING at WILSON COLLEGE:
There is a major construction project ongoing on the west side (Conococheague side) of the Science Center.
Parking at Wilson College will be very limited through this semester, and probably through the Spring 2019 semester.
We encourage IRP members to car-pool as much as possible.
Directions and roadmaps to/of the Wilson College campus, which has been simplified for IRP members, is available on the About IRP page of this website.
Please turn in any found personal property to
—John Ricca, 717-352-8996.
Persons who have lost personal property should contact
—John Ricca, 717-352-8996.
IRP sessions will not meet if Chambersburg schools are
—closed or delayed due to bad weather or other emergency.
Call 717-261-5680 for updates.
The IRP does NOT sell or share personal information (address, phone number, email, etc. of members or volunteer speakers) with other persons or organizations.
Members may pick up a schedule or synopses at any lecture.
—Please do not smoke anywhere on the Wilson College campus.
—Members may purchase lunch in the Wilson College cafeteria.
—Please do not bring food or drink into the Science Center Auditorium.
—Please park only in the places shown on the Wilson College map.
Questions?? Complaints?? Compliments??
——Please call John Ricca: 717-352-8996