For the past 34 years, there has been an educational program each April and October called the Lyceum. This October will be the 69th session. The programs are held each Tuesday at 9 (a.m.) and 10:30 (a.m.) in the Stockgrowers Room in the Centennial Complex on the university campus. See the Boomerang for additional information about each week’s programs.
Lyceum is a Greek word meaning education. We provide a variety of different subject topics. During the month of October, programs will vary from a talk on the third by Amber Travsky, wildlife biologist, about her two-year discovery of how wildlife move and adapt as the seasons change, to a musical program on the 24th by Rebecca Watts and Richard Garretson, who will perform music from the great American songbook.
The cost for both of each week’s session is only $6. The public is encouraged to attend. The Lyceum is a nonprofit organization and any profits from the October session will be donated to the Laramie Soup Kitchen.