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Public Lectures/Discussions

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Dairy and Livestock Program
Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County

203 North Hamilton Street
Watertown, NY

Provides education and information through seminars, informal meetings, discussion groups, and individuals consultations on the most up to date management practices, product marketing, value added products, and business development for livestock operations.

Informed Retired People (IRP)
Syracuse University Office of Community Engagement

First Baptist Church
5833 E Seneca Turnpike
Jamesville, NY

Provides opportunities for retired people to stay intellectually active, discover new interests, and make new acquaintances. 

Institute on Communication and Inclusion
Syracuse University

330 Huntington Hall
Syracuse, NY

Provides research, training, and public education regarding communication for people with disabilities who have been living in silence or isolation. Offers practice rooms for individuals wishing to develop supported typing skills with the help of training staff.

SAGE Upstate

431 East Fayette Street #050
Syracuse, NY

Works to improve the well-being of older lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in Central New York through health programs, support groups, network-building events, and education for providers. Holds an average of 30 programs per month in a center located in Syracuse that houses meeting …

Support and Education for Families Program
The Arc, Oneida-Lewis Chapter

245 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Provides a lending library and lecture series for family members of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Thursday Morning Roundtable
Syracuse University Office of Community Engagement

Nancy Cantor Warehouse
350 W. Fayette Street, Room 016
Syracuse, NY

Hosts a weekly civic forum bringing together a mix of citizens to learn about and discuss community issues and problems.

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