Penfield Recreation's Daytime Education at Recreation (DEAR) program will host a three-part series based on End Game, a book by John Mauldin, about the world's economic problems. The series will begin Thursday, May 3, 11:00 am - noon at Penfield Community Center, 1985 Baird Rd.
This program will present an overview of the book's analysis on the challenges that face the nation and the world's economic problems. The series will include the following sessions: Seeing Today's Economic Crisis Through the Lens of History (May 3), How Will the World Economy's Problems Affect the Value of Your Money? (May 10), and The State of the Nation (May 17). This program is led by Rosemary Irwin. The fee for each session is $5.00 or $10.00 for the series.
Please register online or print a registration form and mail to Penfield Recreation with payment.
Penfield Recreation's DEAR is a program for adults 55+. Low-cost educational classes are offered during the day, ranging from history to spirituality, philosophy to film study. There are no tests and no homework, just the sharing of knowledge!