Stouffville Lifelong Learning is presenting a new and enlightening roster of experts that will lead conversations on various issues from technical to theoretical and promises to challenge the mind.
Originally conceived as an in-person lecture series, the virtual version presented last year was an overwhelming success which allowed for many more participants in an online engaging environment.
“Since our successful series ended last October, we conducted a survey of our registrants and we are extremely pleased with the very positive feedback we received about our speakers, their presentations and our virtual production,” said Harry Renaud, one of the organizing committee volunteers. “The overall results of the survey have inspired LifeLong Learning’s spring lineup”.
While geared to older adults who want to continue their lifelong educational journey, the series is open to adults of all ages.
Indigenous issues, understanding memory and consciousness, architecture and human trafficking will be some of the topics of conversation this year.
Author, speaker and former Chatelaine magazine editor Rona Maynard will open the six-topic, Monday afternoon virtual series of events, on April 4, with a conversation on how later years can be discovery years.
Each session is one hour, followed by Q&A with the speaker. The full slate of six sessions costs $55. Visit lifelonglearningstouffville.com for more information or to register.