Adventures in Lifelong Learning †
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Lifelong Lecture Series |
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The Adventures in Lifelong Learning program is a collaboration between Framingham State University and Framingham Public Library. Beginning in Fall 2011 and dedicated to promoting healthy living among older adults by providing academic enrichment, intellectual stimulation, and social support, the program is funded by membership fees and donations. Our refreshments have been donated by Panera Bread (Rte. 30, Framingham) -
many thanks. We also thank the MetroWest Health Foundation who provided funding for the three initial years of the program, ending April 2014.
Are you interested in history, literature, music, art history
and more? Classes, geared toward seniors, are offered in sessions
scheduled in March and October. Class brochures with registration
forms are available during the month before the session begins.
If you would be interested in receiving information, please
and we will send you more information. You can also reach us at
click here for the 2014 Adventures Evaluation.
Membership is a critical part of our program; Fall 2014
was the first session that was entirely supported by the generosity of our members. Membership sustains the high level of teaching and allows free tuition for classes. All members are recognized with priority registration for their classes. For more information, please see the
Even if you are not a member, we would appreciate your contribution to help sustain the program.
Please click here to make a contribution. (On the drop down menu, please select "Adventures in Lifelong Learning.")
Learning Lecture Series
10-lecture series is a collaboration of Framingham State
University and Framingham Public Library. All lectures take place on
Thursday evenings at 7:00pm in the Framingham Public Library, Costin
Room. Refreshments. Join us!
from Previous Sessions