Providing high quality lifelong learning for older adults
The First Video Conference is ALWAYS FREE!
Stay sharp, improve your memory, and meet new people!
What do you have to lose, but an opportunity to provide lifelong learning programs to your group of older adults!
How Does the Senior Learning Network Enhance Your Community?
Thank you so much, our kick off “Virtual Visit” was a resounding success! We had 92 people in attendance, and at least 30% were either new to us or not regular attenders. What a wonderful outreach!! And you were spot on, BeBe was phenomenal!!
Thank you so much for making this opportunity available to us.
Bonnie Wilker – Two Rivers Senior Center
Known as the “ Belgian Anne Frank,” Bebe Forehand gives a first -hand account of being a young girl whose family took refuge during WW II in an attic, anticipating the coming of theAmerican/ Allied Forces. Her father was with the Jewish underground in Belgium. Bebe is a gifted storyteller and her descriptions of her life during the 3 1/2 years she and her family spent hiding in the attic of a house in Antwerp were fascinating and very moving.
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We are Pleased to Announce a new partner for the Senior Learning Network!
Virtual Photo Walks Virtual Photo Walks.org (VPW) was founded by John Butterill, it is a not for profit that harnesses the power of the internet and mobile communications to enable the disabled infirm and those isolated by illness the hospitalized – young and old – to visit distant places.”
We are Better Together!