Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Posted by mwhilden@berkshirecc.edu
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OLLI, The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Berkshire Community College, is offering live, interactive courses online during the month of June. No tests, no grades, just learning for the joy of learning! Discover and engage with others in any of these 17 exciting courses:
•Today's Headlines
•Resilience in the Face of COVID-19 (Free to the community!)
•Berkshire Beginnings: 1733-1787
•The Examined Life: Truth and Reality
•Negotiations and Love Songs: Paul Simon & The Bible
•1862: Transforming the Union
•Writing Your Pandemic Memoir (Limited to 10 students)
•A Meeting of Friends: 10 Fine Art Photographers and Their Work
•The Current Crisis in Latin America: Why Now and What Does It Signify?
•Child's Play
•Science Conversations
•A Women's Narrative: Art, Activism and the Art World
•The Gritty Berkshires: A Working Class History
•Perseus: A Comic Novel
•Berkshire Theatre Conversations
•Japan Today: Corporate Mores and Feudal Family Values
•Indigenous Cultures in the Berkshires and Beyond, Part 2
Not sure which classes you want to take? Sign up for one or more Flexpasses, which allow you to take four individual class sessions of your choice within the semester.
Courses are open to all OLLI members. Our program is designed by and for mature adults aged 50 and better, but we are open to all ages—our membership ranges from 19 to 94. An annual membership is $60, or $30 for a summer-only membership. Scholarship opportunities are also available.
Courses are $50 for one, $95 for two or three, and $125 for four or more.
For more information, and to sign up for membership and courses, go to www.berkshireolli.org or call 413-236-2190. We look forward to having you as

Event Dates
Monday, June 1, 2020 through Friday, June 26, 2020
Cost / donation
$60 for an annual membership; Courses are $50 for one, $95 for two or three, and $125 for four or more
Andy Ottoson
Seniors, Lecture, Community


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