The Learning Is ForEver program (L.I.F.E.) provides new learning experiences for mature adults who share the common goal of staying “engaged” in life during their retirement years. We offer the following classes for this quarter:
- February 14th – “Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture” presented by Cassie Vasuma Lowe, Certified Practitioner of Chinese Herbal Medicine and board certified acupuncturist.
- February 23rd – “Ancient Languages and Scripts: Their Mystery and Decipherment” by Dr Donald P. Ryan, Humanities Professor at Pacific Lutheran University, and director of The Valley of the Kings archaeological project in Egypt.
- March 9th – “Westward Ho! The Oregon Trail” Award winning Karen Haas will bring to life the stories and songs of the westward movement, while dressed in period attire.
- March 22nd – “Wind Power and Other Power Resources” Robin Rego, manager of Lakeview Light and Power (based in Lakewood) will speak on our renewable energy sources.
Learning Is ForEver is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving active adults (50 years and older) in Pierce County, and is affiliated with Pacific Lutheran University, and the Elderhostel Institute.
For more class information go to our website: www.plu.edu/~lifeeldr
To have a quarterly class program mailed to you, call L.I.F.E.’s program coordinator, Laura Stewart, at (253) 241-4166 or send an email to Stewarla@plu.edu