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Presenting programs


Owing to the sold-out, capacity crowd expected for Dr. Ralph Nurnberger’s Thursday afternoon (November 16th) lecture, Rasputin: The Man Who Would Not Die – FPL11164, parking will be limited in the Osher half of parking Lot 15.

Therefore, we have hired limited shuttle bus service to take you door-to-door from Lot 12 to the front door of our Friedberg auditorium between 2-5:30pm.

We encourage you to take advantage of this service and not be frustrated searching for a parking spot on the following dates:

             November 16, 2017        2:00 - 6:00 pm
             November 30, 2017        2:00 - 6:00 pm
             December 4, 2017           9:00 am - 6:00 pm
             December 5, 2017           9:00 am - 1:00 pm
             December 6, 2017           9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Walk-in registration for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute will begin on Monday, September 18th.

Online Registration for our Fall 2017 program is now available. This is an opportunity for members only, but you can automatically become a member or renew your membership at the same time that you are registering online. Go to to register today.  Please call 561-297-3185 for a patron number, if you do not have one.

The Fall 2017 program book will be mailed to our members in early August. 

Our Fall 2017 program book will also be available at libraries in Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Boynton Beach.  Please call your local branch to confirm availability. 

If you do not have a Patron photo ID card it is important that you get your photo taken in the Gilman Lobby of the Friedberg Auditorium before the start of your program. This permanent ID card will function as your entrance card (ticket) to all our events. 

Member/Non-Member Walk-in Registrations: 

Beginning Monday, September 18, 2017, members and non-members may register in person for Fall 2017 programs by coming to the Gilman Lobby of the Barry and Florence Friedberg Auditorium between 9 am and 4 pm. In-person registrations WILL NOT be accepted before this date. NO EXCEPTIONS. Non-member registrations sent in prior to this date will not be processed until Monday, September 11, 2017, and only if space is available.

Due to the overwhelming popularity of Fall’17’s How Abraham Lincoln Changed the Way Jews Live in the US, Dr. Nurnberger is repeating his sold-out lecture in the Spring! It will be held on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 - 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Dr. Barbara Falletta’s F242A, Lost Lives, Lost Art: Nazi Art Theft and the Quest for Justice remaining 3 sessions will run from Tuesday, 12:30 to 2:30 pm. This additional half-hour (added to each session) will ensure that all the material that was missed will be covered.

Dr. Simon Glynn’s series F284, The Human Subject and the Human Condition
 will be extended to run until Tuesday, November 28th due to the cancelled October 10th session.

 Frank Cerabino’s F481, News of the Week: The Beat Goes On  sessions will run Thursday, 10am-11:30am on October 12th, but beginning October 19th all of the lectures will run 10—11:45am to make up for the cancelled October 5th lecture.

FPL12043 - Dr. Ralph Nurnberger's How Abraham Lincoln Changed the Way Jews Live in America is now Sold Out

FPL11304 - Robert Rabil's China and the Middle East: DISPLACING AMERICAN PREEMINENCE? is now Sold Out

FPL11164 - Ralph Nurnberger’s  Rasputin: The Man Who Would Not Die is Sold Out

The format of Dr. Ata Sarajedini’s F242B The Fate of Stars and the Universe: From Black Holes to Dark Matter has been changed. It was four 90-minute lectures beginning October 31st and is now three 2-hour lectures running  October 31st, November 7th and November 14th from 12:30-2:30 pm.

F532A Paul Mojzes’ Less Well-Known World Religions: Part II has been Cancelled

F585C Carol Pollard-Levy’s Bioethics in Everyday Life has been Cancelled

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