Open Eye: Region 13 - lucky in lectures

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Region Thirteen was formed from the overlapping of two other regions in 1973.

This year, in order to celebrate its quarter-centenary, it has organised a series of special commemorative lectures by OU tutors, which, while clearly informative and educational in intent, are designed to be light- hearted in presentation.

Music for the Perplexed by Gareth Balch at Tenterden Assembly Room, Town Hall, Tenterden 14.00 - 16:00 Saturday, 12 September.

Mars geological survey: Expeditioners wanted - no experience necessary, by Rodney Buckland at The Hall, Bradbourne School, Bradbourne, Sevenoaks, 19.00 - 2100 Tuesday, 15 September.

Choose balance: Sort out your life the creative way, by Denis O'Brien, at the Runnymead Centre, Chertsey Road, Addlestone, 1900 - 2100 Thursday 17 September.

Paris and London - Painting and patronage in the 19th century, by Jackie Parry, at Brighton University, Watts Building, Brighton: 10.00- 1600 on Saturday 24 October.

A student learning about student learning - the ultimate in reflexivity, by Stella Tickle at Leigh City Technology College Enterprise Company, Green Street, Dartford, 19.00 - 2100, Tuesday, 27 October.

Atlantis: myth or fact? by Jim Neville at Canterbury Christchurch College, Canterbury, 19.00- 2100 on Wednesday, 28 October.

Three-day tour of the Battle Fields of Picardy, with Kim Coleman on Friday 30 October. Cost: pounds 120 per person - depending on numbers.

The Perfect CV, by David Parish, at St James House, 150 London Road, East Grinstead: 11.30 12.30, on Saturday, 14 November.

More lectures are planned. For details about any or all of them, please contact Jane Mooney at The Open University: East Grinstead on 01342 410545 or 01 342 341091.

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