Winchester Academy resumes programming
Fall series to be broadcast
Winchester Academy will resume its programs with a fall series beginning Oct. 11.
All programs are free and held at 6:30 p.m. Mondays.
Broadcasts can be heard on WILW 96.3 FM and viewed on WIN-TV, Facebook Live, and YouTube. Viewers can visit the webpage www.winchesterwaupaca.org for a link to the programs.
Viewing parties open to the public will be held at the Danes Hall Granite Cellar for each program.
• Oct. 11 – “Wisconsin English.” Joe Salmons, Director of the Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures at UW-Madison.
• Oct. 18 – “Stem Cell Eye Research.” Dr. David Gamm, Associate Professor, Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at UW-Madison.
• Oct. 25 – “History or Hollywood: Ben-Hur and Gladiator.” Gregory Aldrete, Professor Emeritus of History at UW-Green Bay.
• Nov. 8 – “Fantastic Fungi: Movers & Shapers of Forest Ecosystems.” Glen Stanosz, Professor of Tree and Forest Health at UW-Madison.
• Nov. 15 – “The Artwork at Danes Hall: The Skagen Painters of Denmark.” Dr. Michael G. Koehler, historian and restorer of Danes Hall. Note: This program will be held at Danes Hall.
The program originally scheduled for Sept. 27 was cancelled.
Winchester Academy is a nonprofit Waupaca organization administered by a volunteer board of trustees. It brings engaging, informative, and educational programs to the community, recognizing that the love of learning continues throughout life and outside of school walls.
There are no dues tuition, or membership fees.