An information session for fall courses designed for active senior citizens will be 10 a.m. – noon Friday, Aug. 30 in the Iroquois Room at Kankakee Community College.
There will be 12 fall classes offered exclusively as part of the KCC Lifelong Learning Institute. The classes are open to people ages 50 and older. They are non-credit, continuing education options focusing on different intellectual and cultural topics.
Featured speaker Aug. 30 will be Dr. David Naze, KCC vice president for Academic Affairs. Registration and course information also will be available. The event is free and open to the public.
A list of Lifelong Learning Institute classes is at www.kcc.edu/LLI.
“Taking classes for the joy of learning … no tests, no homework!” said Linda Klette, a volunteer and president of the Lifelong Learning Advisory Committee. “What a perfect way to enjoy retirement.”
Sessions vary from a few hours to several meetings. Prices also vary, and many of the classes are $20 or less.