Fall is in the air, so why not cozy up with a hot cup of tea and a Distinguished Professorial Lecture? Next Thursday Dr. Bill Foster will be discussing how Canadian companies use social memory – check out the poster for details. And then come back to the Performing Arts Centre the next night to see The Paperboys, who can’t seem to stick to one genre, describing their music as a mix of Irish Jigs, Country and Bluegrass, Soul, Pop, Funk, Ska, Soca and African Highlife with a little White Boy Reggae thrown in (http://www.paperboys.com/band_bio/). Looking for a bit of a more serious topic? Attend the Ronning Centre’s Event on why Syrian refugees settled exclusively in large cities to the near total exclusion of smaller Alberta towns – a conversation with the Camrose Refugee Committee.