Lunch & Learn: Where Are All the Aliens? With Dr. Dennis Roscoe
Date & Time:
April 5, 2023
11:15 am - 1:30 pm
Location: Village on the Square Community Room
Parking available at the Village on the Square | Humphrey Community Center
Lunch begins at 11:30 AM in the Community Room- Village on the Square. Presentation begins at 12:15 PM. Cost: $14.36.
Call Tina at 262.965.7232 to purchase your ticket with a credit/debit card over the phone. Or buy yours online here.
A free version of this presentation without lunch repeats in the Compass Point Pavilion Theater at 2:00 PM.
Professor Dennis Roscoe is an astronomer, astrophotagrapher and a NASA Solar System Ambassador. He is a guest lecturer at Carroll University, teaches astronomy classes at the New Berlin Parks and Rec. Dept. and gives presentations statewide. For the last 11 years, he has developed a passion for astrophotography and currently owns and operates his own personal observatory. He specializes in the imaging of deep space objects such as nebulae and in May 2014 his images were published in TIME.com.
Dr. Roscoe will be discussing the Fermi Paradox, the apparent contradiction between the lack of evidence for aliens and the high probability estimates for the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations.
Lunch menu –
Roasted Tomato Soup: Garnished with Parmesan croutons and basil.
Balsamic Baby Back Ribs: Tender pork ribs with Balsamic vinegar and brown sugar glaze. Served with red pepper and spinach penne pasta.
Lemon Shortcake: Moist shortcake with whipped cream and lemon preserves.
Please let us know as soon as possible if you have any allergies.