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.
Adventures in Lifelong Learning classes are free to all participants, thanks to partial funding support from the Older Americans Act as granted by BayPath Elder Services, Inc., Framingham Cultural Council and the Framingham Public Library.
Because federal funding is being used, we provide you an opportunity to make a voluntary donation toward the cost of this service. Your voluntary donations are put directly into program enhancement, allowing for the expansion of services. Whether or not you make a voluntary donation in no way informs or influences this service delivery. Supporter and Platinum Level Members are invited to an annual Member Appreciation event.