Fine Arts Society

The October 11 lunch program sponsored by the Women’s Committee of the Fine Arts Society was entitled “A History of Piracy in the Great Lakes Region.”

Chris Gilchrist, executive director of the National Museum of the Great Lakes, will present a historical and cultural re-examination of piracy and its implications for understanding Great Lakes history, according to a press release.

The menu is chicken parmesan served with bow tie pasta in a creamy pesto sauce and Italian rolls. Cannolis are dessert.

The program begins at 11 a.m. at the Fine Arts Society, 38660 Mentor Ave. in Willoughby, followed by a luncheon at noon.

Cost is $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Email or call 440-251-1629.

Advance reservations are required to attend the program lunch by October 6; No reservation necessary for “Program Only”. All tickets are purchased at the door and paid by check or cash.

The Women’s Committee is an independent, independent body whose mission is to support and
Promoting the Fine Arts Society’s appreciation of the creative arts of music,
Dance, art and drama.

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