This is a reminder that the July Theodore Talk takes place Sunday, July 24th at 2:30 pm CT. The topic is: It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.

What kind of neighborhood do you live in? Sirens every night? Trash blowing down the street? Neighbors that don’t give you the time of day?

How would you like to live in the idyllic neighborhood Mr. Rogers portrayed, with tree-lined streets, neighbors that check in on you, sidewalks that the kids can walk to school on?

Dina Newman, Director of the Center for Neighborhoods at the University of Missouri — Kansas City, will describe her efforts to empower neighborhoods throughout Kansas City. Learn what you can do to make your neighborhood a kinder, more livable place.

Register for the July Theodore Talk at:

Theodore Talks have been taking place on Zoom the fourth Sunday of each month at 2:30 pm CT. You might notice an unfortunate and abrupt end of this schedule of events following this July Theodore Talk as Theodore Talks will be offered only somewhat more intermittently after this July’s lecture. Also, you must register for this lecture with an email address associated with your Zoom account. If you don’t have one, you can sign up for a free Zoom account at:

A list of future Theodore Talks, or another similar lecture series hosted by Mid-America Mensa, may eventually be found on the Mensa National Events Calendar.

Thank you for your interest in this Theodore Talk lecture.