Lifelong Learning

Knowledge is power so take advantage of these powerful opportunities!

If you are 60 or older and you live in Clay County, you can take a class through our partnership with these area schools, institutes, hospitals, and career centers, and have up to $30 per term of your class fee PAID!

(Click on the name to go to their website.)

KU/Osher Lifelong Learning Institute has partnered with Clay County Senior Services to provide an accessible and innovative learning environment for older adults. Classes generally held from 2-4 pm, varying locations.

Summer 2020 Osher courses sponsored by Clay County Senior Services

Summer classes will be held online. Contact KU/Osher Institute for details and registration.

Dan Dagenais will teach: The History of American Political Campaigns: the Viewpoint of a Political Memorabilia Collector

Thursdays, 9:30 - 11:00 am, June 18, 25, July 2

 

Kevin Mitchell will teach his course:  Negro Leauge Baseball: The Deep Roots of African Americans in America’s National Pastime 

Tuesdays, 1:00 - 2:30 pm, July 28, August 4, 11

 

These courses are $15 for Clay County residents age 60+.

See all class offerings and register through the Osher website: www.osher.ku.edu or call them at 913-897-8530.

 

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The Aging Mastery Program® was founded by the National Council on Aging (NCOA) as a means of offering practical strategies to empower adults to age well. The program is offered several times throughout the year. There is a 10-week standard curriculum and a 12-week caregiver curriculum. Please watch our NEWS page for current details. You can also call Paula at 816-595-0086 to find out about the current schedule.