Milwaukee – The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Osher Lifelong Learning Institute will host a free social event for local seniors, Jan. 22 from 10am-Noon. Attendees will learn about the educational enrichment opportunities Osher offers. The event will be held at the beautifully restored Edith Hefter Conference Center, 3271 N. Lake Drive.
“This event is an excellent opportunity for seniors to discover a fulfilling community of like-minded people,” says Cathie Sanders, Osher’s executive director.
Attendees will mingle with UWM’s Osher president, executive director and chairperson, and can browse Osher’s new spring course catalog. Light refreshments will be served.
Osher members enjoy educational courses, day trips and social events in a congenial setting with other people age 50 and over. Program topics range from the arts, literature, ethics and religion, to law, politics, history and health care. UWM faculty, other experts and professionals in the community teach the courses.
Participants do not need to be a UWM graduate or otherwise associated with the University to join. People of all educational backgrounds are welcome.
For more information, visit sce-osher.uwm.edu.
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