Where: Saratoga Springs City Center
What: Breakfast, Screening of “Women of 69 Unboxed” Documentary and panel discussion on seniors’ stories.
Ray O’Conor will be discussing and signing copies of his book “She Called Him Raymond” – A True Story Of Love, Loss, Faith and Healing.
Tickets: Click here to buy tickets, or call 584-1621.
“A group of college classmates who were both electrified and pummeled by the turbulent surf of the 60’s, look back, then ahead, as they turn 65, ruminate on their heartaches and triumphs and evaluate the “dowry” they will leave for future generations.
If their parents were the Greatest Generation, these women, the point of the spear of modern feminism, were perhaps the Loudest. From pleated skirts and circle pins to rebellion and transformation: they changed the world, at least in their fevered dreams, and the world changed them. The class of ’69 is still ready for new roles, new relationships, new challenges, including, today, the daunting passage into old age.“
Join us for a screening followed by a panel discussion on aging and celebrate the stories of a generation.
Our panelists include:
Sue Jorgensen, Skidmore ‘59, Jane Weihe, Skidmore’69 and Leslie DiCarlo, Skidmore ‘79. Our moderator for our panel will be Susan Bender, Professor Emerita at Skidmore College!
Sponsorship Opportunities Available– click here: 60th Anniversary Sunrise Symposium Letter
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