SENIOR CHEMISTS

The Senior Chemist Group of the MN ACS was started by Lynn Hartshorn (Local Section Councilor) in January 2014. Since then we have been meeting about every two months for lunch. The idea of founding this new group is to provide an additional daytime meeting possibility for seniors (and others). The objective is largely for social interaction. However, we also help seniors find volunteer opportunities, and have informal 20-minute talks about chemistry and other sciences. We are open to suggestions about other activities or volunteers for talks. All are welcome, both retired chemists and not retired, and guests are always welcome. Please join us!

If you are interested in attending the next lunch, email Lynn Hartshorn

This event has been CANCELLED.

The event will be rescheduled to a later date.

April Senior Chemists Special Event: The Bell Museum on Wednesday, April 1st. Please mark your calendars and RSVP as soon as you can for the next Senior Chemists event. The Bell Museum would like RSVP numbers by March 11th.

RSVPs are essential: please reply to Lynn Hartshorn and also copy Ken Latham. All are welcome, including guests.

We will meet at Stouts Pub on the University of MN St. Paul Campus, 1611 West Larpenteur Avenue, St. Paul, at 11:45am. We will have a semi-private room for lunch, which will be self-paying (order from the menu). There is parking but it is limited; car-pooling is recommended (Dick and I are coming from the Lake Elmo/Woodbury area if anyone wants to carpool with us!). We will then drive the short distance to the Bell Museum, 2088 West Larpenteur Avenue, where we have a group tour booked at 1:30pm (it will last about an hour. The Senior Chemists group funds will pay for the tickets.You can stay as long as you like after the tour. There is a paying parking lot at the Bell Museum at a cost of $5. If you wish to stay, there is also a planetarium showing at 2:45 for which you can purchase tickets on-line or when you get to the museum.

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