Adventures in Lifelong Learning Fall 2019Make Tuesdays your day to explore, discover and make new friends! It is not too late to register for this fall’s Adventures in Lifelong Learning. Course offerings include:

  • Dickens’ Dombey and Son

  • Electing the President and Congress: What to expect in the 2020 Campaign

  • How Recent Discoveries have Changed our Understanding of the Universe

  • Commemorating Stonewall 1969

  • Opera Appreciation

  • Alexis de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America

  • Inspired by Meta Fuller: Drawing, Painting and Clay Sculpture

  • Foreign Film Oscar Winners


Members, register at this link beginning Monday, September 9 at 11am; non-member registration begins Monday, September 23 at 11am. View the class listings and descriptions hereAssistance with registration will be available on both dates, from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, at the Main Library. 

Adventures in Lifelong Learning is an academic program designed to provide intellectual, creative, and social engagement for adults age 60 & over. Established in 2011 as a partnership between Framingham State University (FSU) and the Framingham Public Library, the program offers short-term weekly classes during the months of October, January and April of each year.  Adventures in Lifelong Learning is funded through voluntary donations and membership.

Please call Maureen Flaherty at Framingham State University at 508-626-4603 or email with any questions or issues that you may have.