Sculptures, skin cancer subjects of Sunday Symposiums
The Oakmont Sunday Symposium provides a forum for speakers on diverse topics such as science, history, politics, culture and current events. Attendance is intended for Oakmont residents and their invited guests. Symposiums take place from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the East Recreation Center, 7902 Oakmont Dr.
Nov. 2 – Linda Reid, “Who Sculpted That Amazing Piece?”
Did you know we have many very famous sculptural works right here in our backyard? Linda Loveland Reid will take you on a virtual tour that includes slides of sculptures and histories of artists whose works are exhibited at local sculpture gardens such as Oliver Ranch, the Sonoma County Museum, Paradise Ridge Winery, Sonoma State University Green Center, and in local parks and cities. Reid holds degrees in history and art history from SSU and has authored two novels.
Nov. 9 – Dr. Marek Lorenc, “What You Need to Know About Skin Cancer”
Dr. Lorenc will discuss what the warning signs of skin cancer are, what specifically to look for, and what prevention and treatments are available. He will also talk about what influences a doctor’s decision to perform surgery or select non-surgical therapies such as radiation.
Lorenc is a board certified dermatologist specializing in surgical and cosmetic dermatology with 30 years of private practice experience.