Lectures and speakers
You are invited to attend the following lectures
8 August 2017 Cyber Security – Prof Basie von Solms
Prof. Basie Von Solms A regular speaker on RSG Informing us about Cyber Security. This is cell phones, internet, facebook and banking and what to watch out for. This will be a “live discussion” Not a prepared lecture. So come prepared with your questions about communication networks and how to use it.
PLEASE be seated more to the front of the church if you want to take part in discussions as we do not have a ”carry around” microphone.
12 September 2017 – The Merry Wives
A morning of entertainment with acting and singing presented by three ladies – The Merry Wives
Their experience is from Roodepoort Little Theatre and also from singing in various choirs and operas.
10 October 2017- Graphology – handwriting analysis – Janet van der Merwe
What does your handwriting say about you? Are you aware that the science of graphology is used by police in drawing up personality analysis of serial offenders, fraud and violent personalities.
Janet’s interest in handwriting differences led her to do a course in this science. Janet does extensive analysis at a fee. In this meeting she will be giving a demonstration of general analysis.
14 November 2017 – Facts and Fiction – Penny Hochfeld
This is especially for our reading group and to whet our other members’ appetite for reading.
Penny lectures from experience of 25 years of bookselling at Exclusive Books. – The History and Pleasure of Selling Books.
Group leaders – Anthony @ Elsebe Vetton 084 209 0998 / 084 515 8696
A special DVD show – Die Wonderwerker with commentary by Denise Bjorkman
10 Augst 2017 at 10H30
To be held at the home of Jeanne and Hugh Bartlett in Unit 6 Green Park, corner of Taylot & Lawrence Strs, Harveston, Honeydew.
Please enter your name on the group list in the Lapa at the next monthly meeting
so we can make arrangements to accommodate you as space is limited.
Temporary group leader – Griet Wessels 082 924 9437
We are looking into possible places to do walks in Randfontein.
The Bird Park situated in Helikonpark is being prepared for visitors. On completion we will arrange a walk with them.
We had discussions with Griffins Estate Country Venue, 7 km out of Randfontein. This is a safe access controlled farm and guest house. There are no marked walking routes and will be a relaxing walk on pathways and veld.
Please enter your names on the Walking Interest list so we can have formal details to present to them.