Adventures in Lifelong Learning
Adventures in Lifelong Learning, a collaboration between Framingham State University and the Framingham Public Library, offers unique learning opportunities to adults aged 60 and over to engage with peers with similar intellectual and creative interests. We are a community that enjoys connecting with each other to learn; short-term courses in a variety of subject areas are offered free-of-charge or for a voluntary donation in the fall, January, and the spring.
Registration is now closed.
Please visit the Adventures in Lifelong Learning site for full course descriptions and to join the mailing list and learn about our programming. Courses are provided free-of-charge, or for a voluntary donation.
Courses are accessible online and via the phone using the Zoom video- and audio-conferencing platform. Download and install Zoom on laptops, desktops, tablets, and smartphones. In addition, you can dial into a Zoom meeting using a landline or cell phone.
Windows PC or Mac computer: Download and Install Zoom Windows and Mac.
iPhone and iPad: Download Zoom from the App Store or from a browser.
Android phones and tablets: Download Zoom from Google Play or from a browser.
After you download and install the Zoom software on your computer or mobile device, join a test meeting to try out your audio and video and familiarize yourself with Zoom features. Test now.
Adventures in Lifelong Learning courses are free to all participants, thanks to grants from the Framingham Cultural Council and the Marlborough Cultural Council. We provide participants an opportunity to make a voluntary donation toward the cost of this service. Voluntary donations are put directly into program enhancement, allowing for expansion of services. Whether or not a participant makes a voluntary donation in no way informs or influences this service delivery.