The Fall 2020 Program
 
Reaching People Through the Arts. Why are the Arts Important to Us?
 
Artists from various disciplines will reflect on this question.
 
A detailed description and registration procedures will be available in June.

Online Experiences

The Third Age Learning Network, of which Third Age Learning Burlington is a member, has shared a listing of many things that you can view online - from virtual museum visits and online courses to film and picture archives and streaming symphony and opera performances.

We thought that in these difficult times, you might like to explore some of these activities. Just Click Here

 

The Third Age Learning Movement was established in France in 1973. It rapidly spread throughout Europe and the UK and first arrived in Canada in Sherbrooke, PQ in 1975. Worldwide, there are now many organizations offering learning opportunities for older, often retired, people (third age) - universities, community organizations, and independent groups.

According to Catalist, The Canadian Network for Third Age Learning, there are now over 50 third age learning groups of various kinds in Canada, coast to coast.

Third Age Learning Burlington - 3ALB - is one of the newer Canadian Third Age Learning organizations.

3ALB invites adults (55+) in the Burlington area to join us at our stimulating sessions!

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