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.

Fall 2017 schedule

Classes held at Maple Woods Community College, Campus Center 110 all from 2-4 pm 

The Men and Women of the War of 1812
Instructor is Richard Barbuto, Deputy Director of the Dept. of Military History at Fort Leavenworth.
Tuesday, Sept. 12, Monday, Sept. 18, Tuesday, Sept. 26

Mary Cassatt, Thomas Eakins, and Winslow Homer: Three Great American Masters from the 19th Century
Instructor is Dan Kirchhefer, artist and Professor Emeritus at Emporia State University
Wednesday, Oct. 18, Thursday, Oct 26, Wednesday, Nov. 1

Courses at any location are $10 for Clay County residents age 60+.

Please see the Osher website for current class offerings and descriptions: www.osher.ku.edu or call them toll-free at (877) 404-5823.