The program starts with a one hour illustrated overview of Cuba presented by Peter Johnson, a retired State Department Official.
The Center for Lifelong Learning in Nassau, the Amelia Island Museum of History and the Florida State College Betty P. Cook Center invite the public to a glimpse inside the fundamental changes taking place in our enigmatic neighbor to the South, Cuba. A seminar entitled, Cuba: The Island’s Past and Present, will be held in Burns Hall at St. Peter’s Church on Saturday, April 28 from 11 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
The program will start with a one hour illustrated overview of Cuba presented by Peter Johnson, a retired State Department Official. He visited Cuba in 2011 and just recently returned from another visit. He annually teaches the Great Decisions course for the Center for Lifelong Learning. A panel discussion, moderated by Peter Johnson, will take place after lunch. Panelists include Antonio Zamora, a leading Miami lawyer who specializes in international law with an emphasis on Cuba, and Tessie Aral, the CEO of ABC Travel, a major travel agency who specializes in travel to Cuba. Audience questions are encouraged.
Light refreshments (drinks and cookies) will be provided by the Center for Lifelong Learning in Nassau. FernanDeli will be selling Cuban sandwiches and chips on site for $7.00. Advance reservations are appreciated. Please call 548-4432 to reserve your seat and, if desired, order lunch.