Windrows University Presents Lecture Series Spans Drug Development to
Shared by: gfc19530
Windrows University Presents Lecture Series Spans Drug Development to Cooking Demo to History of Burma Princeton, N.J.: In an ongoing commitment to provide intriguing, informative and entertaining presentations on a variety of topics, Windrows University in July will provide a three‐tiered seminar that will offer nourishment for the mind and body. The upcoming lecture will feature programs from Windrows’ resident professors on Drug Development from a Medical Perspective; Lunch and a Live Cooking Demonstration; and Burma: Its People and their Stories. The Windrows University lecture will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, July 21 at Princeton Windrows independent lifestyle community at 2000 Windrow Drive in Princeton, New Jersey. The lecture is free and open to the public. Tours of the community are provided. To attend the event, please RSVP to Mary Ann Bond at Princeton Windrows at 800‐708‐7007. The opening program will feature Princeton Windrows’ resident professor Dr. Dorothy Windhorst, dermatologist, researcher and medical information technologists. Dr. Windhorst will discuss the process of how chemicals are made into drugs under the oversight of the Federal Drug Administration. Lunch and a live cooking demonstration will be presented by Princeton Windrows’ Director of Culinary Services and Executive Chef Richard Blagrave. Blagrave is an award‐ winning chef that has more than 20 years experience in the restaurant and culinary industry. He has an AOS degree in culinary arts from Philadelphia’s Restaurant School of Walnut Hill College. The final program will feature Princeton Windrows resident professors Bill and Elaine Barger. Bill Barger is a retired Presbyterian minister and Elaine is a retired school teacher. They are ardent travelers, cultural historians, scholars and have made numerous sojourns to both urban and remote areas of the Far East. “This month’s program will be an especially rich and diverse presentation,” says Mary Ann Bond, director of sales and marketing at Princeton Windrows. “The topics will offer thought provoking information on a broad range of topics.” Windrows University July 21st Program Schedule 10:30 – 11:45 a.m.: Drug Development from the Medical Perspective, by Dr. Dorothy Windhorst 11:45 – 1 p.m: Lunch and a Live Cooking Demonstration by Princeton Windrows Executive Chef Richard Blagrave 1 ‐ 2 p.m.: Burma: Its People and their Stories, by Bill and Elaine Barger Windrows University every other month features resident speakers from inside the Princeton Windrows independent lifestyle community campus. The talks are given by individuals who have enjoyed distinguished careers and lives, and like to share their expertise and experiences on intriguing topics. The program is designed for people who have a lifelong hunger for knowledge. The upcoming lecture will mark the sixth seminar of the series. Princeton Windrows is an independent lifestyle community located at 2000 Windrow Drive in Princeton, New Jersey, about four miles from downtown Princeton and the Princeton University campus. The upscale community features distinctive villas, town homes and apartment‐style condominiums on a 35‐ acre landscape. Four restaurant‐style venues offer casual to formal to private dining, along with elegant common interiors, a library, indoor pool, salon, spa, a host of other amenities and a strong wellness and health program. Prices start at about $200,000. The community is managed by Princeton, NJ‐based By Design Solutions. Visit www.princetonwindrows.com or contact Mary Ann Bond at 800‐708‐7007 for more information.