Superior Life Long Learning
Field trips, demonstrations, presentations, and lectures. Free for residents age 55+ living in Bayfield, Cornucopia, Madeline Island, Red Cliff, Washburn and the communities that share their zip codes. Brought to you by CORE Community Resources’ Wellness in Aging Initiative.
Superior Life Long Learning brings you its second series of intriguing topics and learning experiences. This booklet describes a large variety of presentations, demonstrations, and field trips. Just like last year, CORE Community Resources gathered an energetic group of volunteers who have recruited excellent presenters, ready to share their knowledge and experiences with you. We hope you see many offerings here that intrigue you, and you’ll join us in exploring new ideas, places, and information.
From September to May, you will have a selection of one to three offerings every month. Each is described in the following downloadable PDF booklet. You may read about this year’s 15 talented, interesting, and knowledgeable presenters beginning on page 12.
The last page of the booklet has a registration form, download here. You may sign up for as many offerings as you like right now, and you may also add presentations later. Many have a maximum number of participants, so please note the registration deadlines in the descriptions. If you preregister and then cannot attend a particular presentation, please contact CORE in the event there is a waiting list: 715-779-3457 or email@example.com.
Brought to you by CORE Community Resources’ Wellness in Aging initiative, the Superior Life Long Learning (SLLL) presentations and field trips are free for residents age 55+, living in Bayfield, Cornucopia, Madeline Island, Red Cliff, Washburn, and the communities that share their zip codes. The Bader Foundation provided a generous grant, which is supporting the first two years of SLLL. Your donations are greatly appreciated, and will be used for the long-term support of lifelong learning in the northern portion of Bayfield County.
You may register for presentations up to the registration deadline dates given after each description. Class size is limited for most presentations and there may be waiting lists. Contact the CORE office if you are unable to attend after you've registered:
715-779-3457 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you enjoy the learning adventure!
Wellness in Aging/SLLL Curriculum Committee Members
Doug Cybela, Chair
Members: Roger Aiken, Nancy Bussey, Matt Cogger, Dorothy Hoffman, Liz Lexau, Blair Nelson
Staff: Linda S. Barnes, Director, CORE Community Resources
All programs are free. However, a donation in any amount is always appreciated!