SARATOGA — The Academy for Lifelong Learning continues its 30-year tradition of presenting educational and social opportunities for adults 55 and over by offering nineteen, 5-week courses starting the week of October 17. Registration is now open.
Topics for these volunteer-led, noncredit courses include but are not limited to: music, literature, mindfulness, poetry, the solar system, senior issues, the Italian language, Ian Fleming/James Bond, history of Russia, ancient game of Go, writing, hiking, fly casting, art, science and more. Join A.L.L. locally for classroom and outdoor courses, or from anywhere with their new Zoom options.
Founded in 1992, the Academy is a nonprofit, membership organization whose members share a love of learning. A self-funded entity, A.L.L. is sponsored by SUNY Empire State College. Designed to offer lifelong learning and comradery among seniors, A.L.L. also offers a winter and spring term, Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and special events that are held throughout the year. If you would like to support the Academy by becoming a member or for more information, go to www.esc.edu.