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Learn About OLLI at Duke

When:
Monday, October 28, 2019, 1:30 PM
Where:
St. Thomas More Catholic Church
OLLI at Duke Website
940 Carmichael Rd
Chapel Hill, NC  
Category:
All-Club Events
Registration is required
Registration cancellations will be accepted
Capacity:
48
Available Slots:
10
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Interested in learning more about OLLI at Duke?

OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) at Duke is hosting an information session for Newcomers members. Chris McLeod, Director of OLLI at Duke, will be the featured presenter.  She will preview the range of courses for the Winter term from Archeology to Zentangle (and everything in between).  You’ll also find out about courses  being offered in Orange & Chatham Counties (including OLLI's new site at St. Thomas More Catholic Church), and learn the secrets to OLLI course registration which will be December 3 & 4.


Did you know OLLI  at Duke is the seventh largest out of 123 OLLIs in the country, with 2,600 members? OLLI at Duke offers 400 classes annually in 23 locations in Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties.  

If you’ve never heard of OLLI or if you’ve already taken a course but want to know more, this session is for you!  Here is your chance to ask the Director what you’ve been wondering about OLLI.

Beth Anderson, Chair of the OLLI Curriculum Committee,  will also be available to answer questions from those who might have an interest in teaching for OLLI.   Stuart Kaplan and Chuck Berlin, Newcomers members & OLLI Volunteers will also attend.

 

The session will be held at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 940 Carmichael St.In Chapel Hill on Monday October 28 at 1:30 pm.

Questions?  Contact Chris McLeod at chris.mcleod@duke.edu

or go to the OllI website www.learnmore.duke.edu/OLLI