Download the Fall 2014 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 like to share your knowlege with others, we want to hear from you!

Submit class ideas to george.columbus@cantata.org

 

Brain Fitness

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Upcoming Activities

Smart Driver Course 1st Session >

Wednesday, October 1 and Thursday, October 2, 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.

Smart Driver Course 2nd Session >

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.

Let's Learn Spanish: Uno >

Tuesdays from 10 to 11 am & Thursdays, from 9 to 10 am, for seven weeks starting September 16, 2014
Studies show learning another language is the best way to improve brain fitness. In Session Uno, students will use the Rosetta Stone computer program on Tuesdays and meet with a Spanish speaking instructor on Thursdays. In Session Dos (for those who’ve taken Spanish Uno), students will continue using the Rosetta Stone program.

Let's Learn Spanish: Dos >

Seven Tuesdays from 8:45 to 9:45 am starting September 16, 2014
Studies show learning another language is the best way to improve brain fitness. In Session Uno, students will use the Rosetta Stone computer program on Tuesdays and meet with a Spanish speaking instructor on Thursdays. In Session Dos (for those who’ve taken Spanish Uno), students will continue using the Rosetta Stone program.

Using Your Library in the 21st Century >

Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 2 to 3:30 pm
“Library technology” once consisted of a card catalog, a set of encyclopedias and a microfilm machine. Today, library technology such as eBooks, online databases, and online catalogs have replaced the equipment from past decades. The only way to truly understand why and how to keep up with these changes is through one-on-one hands on experience.