LECTURESAHS LECTURE SERIES. The Arizona Historical Society hosts Desert Harmony: Arizona's Musical Traditions, an eight-part spring lecture series from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays through March 20, at the Arizona Historical Society auditorium, 949 E. Second St. Dr. Richard Obregon presents Songs of the Mariachi February 14. Cost is $5 per lecture. Call 628-5774 for information.
BIOMEDICAL ETHICS. The Tucson Chapter of the Hadassah and the Jewish Community Center host Critical Decisions: Community Forum on Biomedical Ethics from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday, February 11, at the JCC, 3800 E. River Road. Panel members include Dr. M. David Ben-Asher, M.D., on Organ Donations and Transplants; Rabbi Thomas Louchheim on the Jewish Ethical Perspective; Catherine Racowsky, Ph.D., on The Ethics of Fertility; Mariann T. Shinoski, M.S.N., L.L.D., on Health, Law and Ethics; and Benjamin Wilfond, M.D., on Genetics: Ethical, Legal and Social Implications. Program begins at 9 a.m. with registration and continental breakfast. Speakers begin at 9:30 a.m. Registration is $8.50 per person and at the door. Call 299-3000 for registration and information.
DESERT CRONE SOCIETY. The Desert Crone Society, a women's group that celebrates aging, meets at 1 p.m. Saturday, February 10, in the Children's Meeting Room at the Main Library, 101 N. Stone Ave. Topic of discussion is What Did I Learn About Love, Affection and Touch? Women ages 50 years and older are welcome. Call Lois Lockhart at 883-0377 for information.
PEACE PROCESS. The Center for Middle Eastern Studies presents a panel discussion about The Peace Process in Light of the Palestinian Elections and the Assassination of Yitzak Rabin from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday, February 9, at the Franklin Building, Room 201, UA campus.
LAND RIGHTS. Jim Corbett discusses land rights, sustainable community and environmental responsibility at 6:30 p.m. Monday, February 12, at Pima Friends Meeting House, 931 S. Fifth Ave. Call American Friends Service Committee at 623-9141 for information.
TIE-DIED. Tucson/Pima Arts Council presents a free lecture by Andrew Behar, director of the critically acclaimed documentary Tie-Died: Rock 'n' Roll's Most Dedicated Fans from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, February 9, at the UA Kiva Room, located on Second Street and Vine Street. Call Colleen Mahoney Greer at 624-0595, ext. 13, for information.
REEL TREASURES. The UA Extended University offers a film lecture series entitled Reel Treasures from 2 to 5 p.m. Sundays, beginning February 11 and continuing through March 24, at the Main Gate Center, 888 N. Euclid Ave. Class takes viewers on a journey through universal issues raised in films like Cleopatra, The Name of the Rose, Gentleman's Agreement, The Nasty Girl, Dr. Strangelove and the Razor's Edge. After each movie, faculty will discuss related social topics. Cleopatra is shown and discussed February 11. Cost is $16.50 per session. Call the UA Extended University at 621-UofA for registration and information.
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