Adventures in Lifelong Learning
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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 information about previous sessions, please click on the
If you would be interested in receiving information, please
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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; “Supporter” members are recognized at a special luncheon. 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.")
Please check back in January for our listing of March 2014 classes.
Save the dates:
March 4, 11, 18, 25