Virtual Content From The Senior Learning Network

“GOLD!”: A Virtual Tour from

Columbia State Historic Park

Thursday, Oct. 22 – 1 p.m.

During this virtual tour of the Columbia State Historic Park in Columbia, California, you will see the largest collection of gold rush era buildings in the country. The brick buildings that date back to the late 1850s to 1870s help tell the story of the diverse merchants and miners who helped create this once booming town. This tour takes you inside buildings and exhibits for a look at this bygone era that changed the lives of many and catapulted California to statehood.

Email ami@baseniors.org for Zoom connection details and to register for this session.

 

Eleanor Roosevelt: Partner in the White House

Wednesday, Oct. 21 – 1 p.m. – Part 1

Presented by the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum in Hyde Park, New York, this virtual session takes an in-depth view of the life of Eleanor Roosevelt, the woman, and wife of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Discover what life was like during the White House years of our 32nd president and the impact Eleanor had on his presidency and on the history of our country.

Email ami@baseniors.org for Zoom connection details and to register for this session.

 

Eleanor Roosevelt: Casting Her Own Shadow in the Post White House Years

Thursday, Oct. 29 – 1 p.m. – Part 2

After serving beside her husband, Franklin D. Roosevelt, during his presidency, Eleanor Roosevelt was a diplomat and activist and later became a United Nations spokeswoman. Presented by the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum in Hyde Park, New York, this virtual session will provide an in-depth view of Eleanor’s life following the death of her beloved husband.

 

Email ami@baseniors.org for Zoom connection details and to register for this session.