Summer Speaker: Chef Cara Geschke

On August 20, we head into the kitchen with Pittsburgh Le Cordon Bleu Institute of Culinary Arts graduate Cara Geschke. A passion that led to culinary school, Cara, who is a stay at home mom and active in her local community, will bring you into her home kitchen to show you how to make some regional classics from over the years you may remember from your mother’s or grandmother’s kitchen. Be sure to join Cara on Thursday, August 20th at 7pm.
Register for Chef Cara Aug. 20

Summer Speaker: Brian Cooper

The July 16 program will be a great follow up to our recent Fireside Chat—“History of Golf in Western PA” series, as Dave will interview McKeesport native and PGA       Champions Tour player Brian Cooper. Cooper, a Duquesne University graduate, has been in professional golf for nearly 30 years and has played in two U.S. Senior Opens and one  Senior British Open championships in recent years. Be sure to tee it up with Brian and Dave for this interview and Q&A event on Thursday, July 16 at 7pm.
 
Heinz History Center Volunteer Ambassador Judith Sutton
 
 
 
 
 
 
Judith Sutton worked as a Children's Librarian for over thirty years. She graduated from Duquesne University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and received her Master of Library Science degree from the University of Pittsburgh.   Since her retirement, she has become a Docent and an Ambassador for the Heinz History Center and the Historical Society of Mt. Lebanon. Judy has logged over 1,600 volunteer hours for the Heinz History Center and greatly enjoys sharing her love of history with people all ages.  Over the last several years she has become an expert at delivering the History Center’s lecture on “First Ladies of Western Pennsylvania” chronicling various women of the region who were first in their respective fields.  Judy was an invaluable research member of the Volunteer Ambassador Program Jazz Committee, a narrator and program presenter of “Steel City Grooves: Celebrating Jazz in Western Pennsylvania”. Judy’s newest presentation is entitled “Suffrage: the Road to the Vote for American Women” in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Nineteenth Amendment.
The Summer Speaker Series will be broadcast via Zoom and our Facebook page. You can see it here. 
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