LifeLong Learning Board
Janet Ford, President
Cate Dixon, Secretary
David Waymire, Treasurer
Arlene Hohnstock, Registrar
Janet Ford, LLL President, with former Presidents
Tom Moodie (center) and Larry Anderson (left)
Below is a summary of the Spring 2016 LifeLong Learning for New Mexicans Offerings including a lecture/performance combination, P+01. To allow time for orientation of our new board members, we have trimmed our course offerings for this spring only. We’ll be developing a full schedule for next fall.
The Spring 2016 Course Catalog is available as a downloadable pdf. To download the catalog, click on the "Spring 2016 Catalog" button at left and follow the directions. In addition, a full description of each offering is available online: Click on the "Courses" or "Field Trips" buttons at left and select the desired description.
We are always looking for suggestions for new instructors. Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you know someone who would be willing and able to offer stimulating instruction for us.
Monday, April 4 Classes begin
Friday, May 27 Classes end
Mail-in registration is now closed, but the following offerings are still available for "walk-in" registration:
C09 - C11; P+01
To register as a walk-in, download and complete the registration form and bring it along with a check or exact cash to the first day of class.
Spring 2016 Courses
||The U.S. & Mexico: A Strained Relationship
||Wed AM: Apr 6-13
||Thomas Edison: His Inventions, Life & Times
||Thu AM: Apr 7-21
||An Enigma & A Solar System Journey
||Fri AM: Apr 8-May 6
||Early Verdi: The Making of a Master
||Mon AM: Apr 11-May 9
||A Cosmic Murder Mystery
||Tue AM: Apr 19-26
||The Early Church & The Roman Empire
||Wed AM: Apr 20-May 11
||Megalith Mysteries & The Rise of Man
||Wed PM: Apr 20-27
||The Craft of Poetry: Forms & Structures
||Thu PM: Apr 28-May 19
||Native American Creation Literature: Another Look
||Tue AM: May 3-24
||Movies Mostly About Women
||Wed PM: May 4-25
||Our Own: Four Fabulous American Women
||Thu AM: May 5-26
||The Craft Beer Revolution: Lecture, Tour & Tasting
||Tue PM: Apr 12 & 19
||50 Years of Transforming Old Town, 1966-2016
||Wed PM: Apr 13
||Immortal Longings: The Bard's Greatest Women
||Fri PM: May 13-20; perf 13
Since 1990, The Institute for LifeLong Learning for New Mexicans (LLL) has offered daytime academic-level education to stimulate the intellect and expand the knowledge of adults 50+ in the Albuquerque area.
Our member-driven, volunteer-run structure allows us to keep quality high and fees low with no membership or processing fee. Anyone who enrolls becomes an LLL member for a year.
To maintain our unique identity among the local adult-education scene, we offer academic-style courses of up to five two-hour sessions. They are limited to 35 or fewer students to allow for meaningful exchanges with instructors. We partner with local groups to present Performances+ -- a discounted performance plus lectures. Our field trips are usually limited to 20 students.
All our offerings are taught by experts. Our instructors include professors and professionals working in or retired from their particular field, as well as professionals who have made an intensive study of a particular area as an avocation.
LifeLong Learning does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, ethnicity or sexual preference.