The executive of Partners in Learning have agreed to cancel all remaining events for the winter and spring of 2020 due to concerns over the possible transmission of COVID-19. This includes “Climate Crisis Unpacked”, “My Favourite Moment in History”, Socrates Café and the as yet unannounced, traditional spring Potpourri series. These events may be rescheduled in the fall, pending speaker availability; please stay tuned and stay safe.
WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN?
To be INSPIRED,
PARTNERS IN LEARNING (PIL) was established in the Grand Bend area in 2005 to address the desire for learning opportunities for mature citizens of our community. By tapping into the impressive store of expertise available in the area, Partners in Learning provides relevant and novel courses for healthy mental and social stimulation in a welcoming atmosphere.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
- You will be able to share with other PIL members what you have learned and experienced during your lifetime.
- You can enjoy special learning opportunities available in a friendly, stimulating and relaxed atmosphere.
- You will be able to have social interaction with other PIL members during classes and other organizational activities.
- Become a part of the Partners in Learning organization that was created specifically to meet the lifelong educational interests and/or needs of mature adults.
WHERE DOES THIS TAKE PLACE?
Join us at the newly upgraded Huron Shores United Church at 25 Main Street in Grand Bend.
WHAT IS GOING ON?
Courses are offered through the fall, winter and spring. Different types of programs appeal to different learning styles – participatory peer learning, discussion groups and activity based. Courses meet for one and a half hours on Monday for five week periods. PIL course moderators are a mix of retired educators, professionals and community members – all willing to volunteer by facilitating the programs.
Come and join with us. Learn, share your knowledge, and enjoy the association of interesting people in your community.
It is not knowledge, but the act of learning, not possession, but the act of getting there, which grants the greatest enjoyment. ~ Carl Friedrich Gauss
The wisest mind has something yet to learn. ~ Santayana
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|OH BOY! A FIELD TRIP|
|FAMOUS LOCALS IN ATTENDANCE|
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