This is MensaMag, the award-winning journal of award-winning Mensa Calgary.
Care for interesting books to read? Treat yourself to our Arts Report, and the next Book Club meeting is May 3rd. We get together on the Second Tuesday (which this month takes place May 14th). You might also enjoy our special Book Club Group on Facebook.
Try your hand at our puzzles. This month we repeat a favorite pair from last year that requires a few minutes of application. You might also need a pencil.
Renew your membership at www.canada.mensa.org.
Piqued your interest in Mensa? The next test will be conducted by Marie Wildenborg, our Proctor. Don’t miss this opportunity. Contact Marie for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org . And share this invitation with anyone else who may want to join.
Margaret Thatcher received what resembled a state funeral in April. But was her reputation as an iron warrior well founded? See whether her three victories at the polls in the UK are thought a good thing for that island nation. And see how central bankers are viewed by a national CBC correspondent. Does he have an opinion, or is this too daunting a task in Harper’s nation? Read further in our newsletter and see. Our Review this month tackles Death by a Thousand Cuts, a study of the misunderstandings that separate ourselves from China. CampaignScape, the novel, continues with episode 27, and a Recipe for Gibsons is our treat of the month. All this and more in May’s MensaMag.