A Spring Day to Savor

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Walt Disney Hall Concert Trips

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COST PER TRIP:

$225 for member, spouse or significant other
$275 non-members and guests. Become an OFWC member for $45 and enjoy the savings and more! Click here

Cost includes concert ticket, bus transportation with drinks and snacks, all gratuities, dinner, and donation to OFWC. Space is limited to 22 per trip. Tickets are transferable and not refundable.

 

Live Your Best Life From The Inside Out

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cooking Class

Come join Chef Robin Goldstein as she demonstrates and shares her cooking wisdom and tastes of her Moroccan inspired menu.

Chicken tagine with artichoke hearts

Sweet couscous with caramelized onions, raisins and cinnamon

Bastilla – Morocco’s famous chicken pie

Date filled shortbread  

Minted green tea with cardamon

All menus are subject to slight changes depending on seasonal availability.

Each participant receives recipes and a tasting of the foods prepared.

About Robin Goldstein

OFWC member, Robin Goldstein is a California chef who works her culinary magic combining unique flavor and spices with local seasonal produce and product, to create an unforgettable culinary experience for the palate and on the plate, in private homes and public venues.

Known as “Private Chef Robin” to celebrity and private clients alike, Robin has made a career of providing an intimate, home-cooked experience that is anything but traditional home-cooked food. Robin uses classic techniques she honed at the Culinary

Institute of America in New York. Through travel and living abroad for a number of years, she has developed and fine-tuned her

California-Mediterranean cooking style, with an emphasis on Middle Eastern flavors.

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Nonviolence: Practical Possibility or Pipe Dream?

 

The discussion will begin with a brief examination of theories that attempt to explain the genesis of human violence. It will then turn to an examination of the philosophical foundations of non-violence followed by historical examples of non-violent implementation (Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, and Abdul Ghaffar Khan). It will conclude with a discussion of the practical possibilities and challenges of a non-violent approach to conflict.

Bill Garlington, PhD, has  B.A. and M.A. in History from UCLA, and a PhD in Asian Studies and Sociology from the Australian National University. He has taught at all academic levels on three continents and carried out sociological/anthropological fieldwork in India. His main academic interests are the Sociology of Religion and the History of Ideas.