Contact: Alisyn Maggiora, ALL Program Manager, (360) 650-3717, email@example.com
BELLINGHAM— The Academy for Lifelong Learning, supported by Western Washington University, will host a fall program preview from 1-3 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 6 at the Bellingham Cruise Terminal Second Floor Dome Room.
The preview is an opportunity to learn about the academy’s spring courses and excursion offerings while enjoying light refreshments and visiting with friends.
In spirit of the belief that “a curious mind never retires,” the academy is open to all interested adults regardless of age or educational background. No registration is necessary to attend the preview.
Taught by a diverse pool of Western Washington University faculty, faculty emeritus and experts in many fields and professions, Academy for Lifelong Learning classes introduce new ideas and ways of thinking to participants. Classes are held at various locations in Bellingham including the Bellingham Cruise Terminal and on Western’s campus. Learning happens both in classroom settings and on excursions, but never in the form of homework or tests. The Academy for Lifelong Learning is about having fun while learning about exciting new topics.
At the preview, course instructors will provide brief descriptions of their upcoming courses, and registration will be available on location as well as online.
Spring 2013 offerings include 24 classes and four excursions beginning late Feb. through the beginning of June. Classes range from one to five sessions, with each session typically lasting two hours.
For more information, visit www.wwu.edu/all or call (360) 650-3717.