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Lifelong Learning Guide!
Would you like to teach for Cantata?
Live your best life by sharing your passion with others.
Maybe you are an expert in cajun cooking, or know everything
there is to know about modern art.
If you have an idea for a Lifelong Learning class, and you'd
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Events
Classes to Help You Live Your Best Life!
At Cantata Adult Life Services, we partner with
adults to help them live their best lives. Living your best life
includes having a body that moves with ease and comfort and a mind
filled with imagination and learning. We invite you to
challenge your body and mind by participating in one or more
of these life enriching classes. Together, we can show you the
power of a full, harmonious and naturally fulfilling life.
What's coming up next
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 from 4 to 5:30 pm
Are there things you want to figure out about your phone, tablet, or laptop computer? Like getting the ring tone you want, sending texts, setting up email, etc.? Each participant will be paired with a student from Riverside-Brookfield High School who will help their partner figure out just what they’ve been wanting to about their tech device. Be sure to bring devices with you to class.
Wednesday, October 29 and Thursday, October 30, 2014 from 9 am to 1 pm
This AARP course is designed to refresh your safe driving skills. Students over the age of 55 who complete the course are given a certificate good for a potential reduction in their auto insurance for three years in Illinois.
Tuesday, November 4th from 9-10:30 a.m.
Please join us on Tuesday, November 4th or Thursday, November 6th from 9-10:30 a.m. for our latest presentation of Cantata’s “Best Life Breakfast Club” at our Independent Living Apartment Homes.
Dan Urben, Director of Cantata’s Customer Relations Team, will be hosting an interactive presentation and reviewing a survey conducted by The United States Department of Aging. How do you think our 60+ population from across the nation answered questions on health, financials, support networks, future outlooks and concerns?
To find out the answers to these questions and a few other entertaining ones as well we intend to “Ask The Audience!” We even welcome questions that you would like to ask the group. Simply let us know your questions when you RSVP and we will try to incorporate them into the program.