Dear Graying Bluejays,
Our Christian college campus is certainly an exciting place to be with students from California to Canada filling the halls of Tabor to overflowing. Throughout our nurturing community, there is the expectancy that campus activities will bring tremendous spiritual as well as educational growth to all.
Here’s one way you can be a part of that milieu. We’re really excited to have a series available that brings folks to campus. What an opportunity to walk within the “halls of ivy” while becoming globally aware.
Life-long learning is what we’ve been about. Every semester we line up programs that cover a huge variety of subjects such as travel, health, current domestic and global issues, traditional music, etc. Check out recent and current semester schedules on these pages—you’ll see topics of interest.
A natural occurrence at our meetings is good fellowship among like-minded folks. Since our sessions are over by 10:50 a.m., there’s time to walk over to the college cafeteria for an early lunch. Participants can enjoy the “all-you-care-to-eat” lunch for a ridiculously low price ($4.00)!
Registration at the table by the door, hosted by a volunteer, begins a half hour before every meeting. We have a nominal fee to help defray expenses. Currently the charge is $15 per person or $29 per couple for a semester membership. Others are welcome to attend any morning for $4 per session.
We meet in the ground-level Wohlgemuth Music Education Center, just north of the Library. Handy parking is available in the parking lot south of the library or just north of the WMEC.
Hoping to see you soon,
Director, Lifelong Learning Program