The Learning Is ForEver Institute 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 the spring:
- The Beginnings of American Popular Music Series*, presented by Dr David Deacon- Joyner , Director of Jazz Studies at Pacific Lutheran University, April 15, 29, & May 13, 10:00 am -12:00 pm, at PLU’s Scandinavian Center. $10 each or $25 for the series.
- Panama: The Canal and the Country* – Three L.I.F.E., members offer a multimedia presentation April 18. 10:30am, at Garfield Book Company, near P.L.U.
- The Search for Tigers: India and Nepal* presented by Adventure Artist, Becci Crowe. May 17, 10:30 am at Garfield Book Co. $10
- Tour of Hotel Murano’s Glass Art Collection* (and optional lunch)-Museum of Glass Docents will lead tours of international art collection on May 11, 10:00 am Fee: $10. Optional “No Host” lunch will follow at “The Bite” Restaurant.
- Tour of Joint Base Lewis-McChord June 10 our tour bus leaves P.L.U. at 8:00am and returns at 3:30pm. Fee: $15, plus $4.25 cash for lunch at dining facility.
- Korean Tea Ceremony and Lunch* Patsy Surh-O’Connell and friends from the Asian Pacific Cultural Center will demonstrate a traditional Korean tea. Participants will be treated to delicious lunch. June 24, 10:00 am at Fircrest Community Center. Fee $25
Learning Is ForEver is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving active adults (50+) in Pierce County. We are affiliated with Pacific Lutheran University and Elderhostel. For more information, contact our Program Coordinator, Laura Stewart at (253) 241-4166 / Stewarla@plu.edu Or go to our website: www.plu,edu/~lifeeldr
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