Wednesday, September 01, 2010
UCLA's Osher Lifelong Learn Institute
starting September 2010: Over 50 and seeking intellectual, cultural or social experiences? Eager to stay informed or master new skills? Have a desire to meet others with similar interests? If you live in the San Marino area, you’re in luck: UCLA extension is coming to the Crowell Public Library. Starting in September, three of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute classes will be held in the Barth Community Room of the library: Architecture and America’s Social History, Aging as Exemplified in Drama, and Guided Autobiography. Osher classes do not require tests or grades. They follow a short format that facilitates learning, encourages discussion and provides opportunities to socialize. Explore a world of new ideas, culture and fun! The Osher Lifelong Learning is a membership program for adults 50 and above, offering a wide selection of courses each quarter. For more information, pick up a brochure at Crowell Library’s reference desk, or visit http://www.uclaextension.edu/osher. These classes fill up quickly, so register soon by calling UCLA Extension 310.825.9168.