Adventures in Lifelong Learning
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March 2014 |
Our Program |
Brochures from Previous
Classes will meet March 4, 11, 18, and 25 (with a make-up date of April 1). We have a wonderful set of classes from which to choose – our brochure is available at both libraries (Main and McAuliffe branches) and can be accessed
HERE. Our classes are open to all; however, members receive priority registration. If you have any questions, please contact Anne O’Connell, Coordinator at
Please join us at 8:30am in the Costin Room for coffee and a
pastry before you head out to class for the day. Sponsored by Panera
Class 102: "Anthony Trollope and the World of Barsetshire," please
read The Warden for the first class on March 4th, and
Barchester Towers for the subsequent weeks.
103: "World War I: A Century Perspective," please
click here to
access the readings which are to be read before the second class on
Copies of the books and readings are available at the
circulation desk at Framingham Public Library.
We have 215 students
registered for classes. All registered students will receive class
confirmation by February 21st.
There is limited space
remaining in a few classes. For late registration, please click
HERE for online class registration. If you prefer paper
registration, the form is available
HERE. Please print and complete
the form and return to the library by February 24th. You will not
receive confirmation until February 25th at the earliest. Please
note that two classes are closed: the 9am class "Mark Twain's Gilded
Age" and the 1:30 class "A Second
Look" film series.
The Adventures in Lifelong Learning
program is a collaboration between Framingham State University and Framingham Public Library. Dedicated to promoting healthy living among older adults by providing academic enrichment, intellectual stimulation, and social support, the program has been funded by the MetroWest Health Foundation since Fall 2011 and by membership fees since Winter 2013.
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.
For our March 2014 brochure, please click
HERE. For information about previous sessions, please click
If you would be interested in receiving information, please
and we will send you more information. You can also reach us at
Membership is an important part of our program as it helps sustain the high level of teaching and allows free tuition for classes. All members are recognized with priority registration for their classes. Membership drives are conducted during the month before the session begins.
We are very grateful for all levels of contribution -- at
any time during the year.
Please click here
to make a contribution. (On the drop down menu, please select "Adventures in Lifelong Learning.")
from Previous Sessions