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SOCIETY FOR LEARNING IN RETIREMENT (SLR)

ALL WELCOME!

    Please join us for our Fall Open House on Thursday, September 6, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Grosvenor Lodge, 1017 Western Road.  This is the last chance to register for our Fall offerings.  It’s also a great time to meet and talk with the moderators.  Member who have already registered for a course can also co-register for another at no charge at this time (conditions apply).

Short information sessions at 10:45 and 12:15 will be presented for prospective and current members who would like an overview of SLR to discover all we have to offer. 

Everyone is welcome – and please don’t hesitate to bring your friends.
As usual refreshments are free.

There are currently limited openings in the following study groups for your consideration:  Trade Makes the World Go Around, Canada’s First Nations and Inuit People, Great Moments in Sports, The Massey Lectures, It’s a Mystery, Triumph of the Human Spirit, the Awesome Power of Plants. 

Activity Groups that still have a few openings are:  Creative Writing, Play On and Learn to Play the Recorder.


SLR
is a non-profit, member-run organization of retired or semi-retired individuals from all walks of life who share a love of on-going learning.  Our environment is welcoming and friendly, and the only requirement for membership is a willingness to actively participate in your own and others’ learning experience.

Through shared learning, members expand their knowledge  and skills on a variety of topics.  A feeling of camaraderie is also fostered through group discussions and social events.  If you love to learn, SLR is for you!

We are a registered charitable organization and are sponsored by Westminster College Foundation.

How to Join

 

If you believe that learning keeps you young and your brain active,
enhances the quality of your life, and satisfies the hunger of
human curiosity, then SLR is for you!

 
  If you enjoy social events, meeting interesting people,
making new friends, and giving back to your community,
then SLR is where you should be.

 

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