Andrew Hamlin 1 p.m., July 29
Three talks on Monday
On Monday, September 24, three lectures will be held in San Diego on fertility, immigration rights, and editing.
Tri-City Wellness Center (6250 El Camino Real) hosts Fertility 101. Dr. Mickey Coffler, MD, FACOG, will "discuss the most effective treatments available...how age affects the chances of getting pregnant and staying pregnant, what role diet plays and how to have a healthy baby. He also will talk about options for those who have had vasectomies or tubal ligations." Reservations can be made at 855-222-8262. The lecture is free and begins at 6 p.m.
The Bonita-Sunnyside Library (4375 Bonita Rd) presents Know Your Immigration Rights from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. "Attorney Tori S. Bryant covers citizenship, asylum, the Deferred Action process, family visas, adjustment of status, the Violence Against Women Act. Learn about new developments in immigration." For more information, call 619-475-4642. This event is free.
The San Diego County Health Building (3851 Rosecrans St) will also hold a lecture on Monday night at 6:30 p.m. This two-hour lecture titled What Do Literary Editors Do? offers insights, answers, and information from San Diego Professional Editors Network president Shirley Clukey and professional editor Larry Edwards. A Q&A will follow. Call 760-471-5323 for additional information. This event is free-$5.