Education on Every Topic – Free!

Join us for The Legacy Lineup Lifelong Learning Seminars offering a variety of topics at no cost! Seminars are scheduled every other Tuesday at 11 a.m. Parking is free. Please RSVP to 412-635-8080 to reserve a seat or for weather cancellations.

  • Marketing the Presidency: A Visual Tour of 125 Years of Presidential Artifacts

    Cost:  Free

    Date:  Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 11 a.m.

    Speaker:  Stephen E. Mihaly, Collector of Presidential Artifacts, Retired Vice President, H. J. Heinz Co.

    Steve Mihaly is a collector of presidential Americana and holds one of the largest privately held collections in the country. He creates an amazing tour of odd and unusual items presidential candidates produced to try and gain your vote. You’ll see everything from McKinley soap baby dolls to Teddy Roosevelt door stops, FDR stove pot covers, “Ike” sugar cubes, and even a Richard Nixon shower head!

  • AARP Smart Driver Course (Two-day Course)

    Cost:  AARP members pay $15.00; others pay $20.00.

    Date:  Monday, November 25, 2019 & Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Instructor: Martin Snyder

    The AARP Smart Driver Course is designed to save you money on your automobile insurance, refresh your driver’s skills, update you on new motor vehicle codes, and provide research-based driving strategies designed to help you drive safely, longer. There are no driver tests. After the two-day course, you receive a certificate, which, when provided to your insurance agency, should save you 5% on your car insurance for 3 years.

    You must attend both days to be certified.

    Please bring your driver’s license, AARP membership card (if a member) and a check made payable to AARP.  Class size is limited; registration is required.  Please call 412-635-8080.

  • Memory Decline and Aging: When Should I Be Concerned?

    Cost:  Free

    Date:  Tuesday, December 10, 2019, 11 a.m.

    Speaker: Ariel Gildengers, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh, Board-Certified Geriatric Psychiatrist

    Dr. Gildengers will discuss normal aging and its impacts on brain health and memory.  She will review the difference between normal cognitive aging and abnormal memory loss that may be the early signs of dementia. Current research will be presented on both risk factors and preventative factors for dementia, including steps that older people can take to reduce their risk. She will explain a current National Institute of Aging research study that aims to learn if a currently available treatment can prevent dementia.



    Date:  January, 2020