Green Valley Recreation collaborates with several community organizations in order to provide a diverse assortment of educational and entertaining lectures. Topics cover health issues, southwestern culture, the humanities, and general interest. Dates and topics are subject to change. Our Lecture Series is FREE and open to all GVR Members and the General Public!

Our lectures are always free and open to the public offering a wide variety of topics. We are working on the fall and winter topics and look forward to another great season!

We support our local Community Food Bank, donations are always appreciated!


GVR Lecture Series

Sponsored by

“The Villas at Green Valley Assisted Living & Memory Care Neighborhood”

The Green Valley Recreation upcoming lecture series is free and open to GVR members and the public.  Registration is not required.

Sep. 6 – 10:00am – West Center: Alzheimer’s Association “10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s”
Lisa Brazil, Community Resource Manager

Sept. 7 – 1:00pm – East Center: Green Valley Parkinson’s Group “Conversation about…Conversing”
Katie Aires, Speech Pathologist from La Posada. Parkinson’s affects voice volume, formation of words and thoughts, and articulation. Tips for the person with Parkinson’s and for the conversation partner.

Sept. 14 – 10:00am – West Center: Carondelet “Peripheral Artery Disease Awareness”
September is peripheral arterial disease awareness month. Dr. Rhonda Quick

Sept. 27 – 9:30am – Desert Hills: Green Valley Gardeners “Planting Fall and Winter Garden”
Lorna Mitchell. The doors open at 9 am for coffee and socializing. Several Pima County Master Gardeners are always on hand to answer questions, identify plants, and offer solutions to your gardening problems.