Adventures in Lifelong Learning †
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Our Program | Classes:
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Brochures from Previous
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. If you are interested in receiving information or if you have any questions, please email the Adventures Coordinator, Nancy Proulx, at
Spring 2015 brochure is here!
click here for our Adventures in Lifelong Learning Spring
Classes will meet Tuesdays March 3, 10, 17, 24 with a
snow date of March 31.
Registration for Adventures in Lifelong Learning members
begins on January 27th; for non-members it begins on February 17th.
REGISTER FOR CLASSES: (Open
Please Note- Two courses have been closed:
Class 101: Causes of the Last Good War
Class 104: Leadership and Legacy
to Register for Adventures Classes Online
Please consider becoming a member to help support this wonderful program as members receive priority registration. To clarify, membership is for Adventures in Lifelong Learning classes and NOT a membership for the Friends of the Framingham Library.
Click here to become a member.
from Previous Sessions
Fall 2013, Spring 2014
Fall 2012, Spring 2013
Fall 2011, Spring 2012