LIFELONG LEARNING ZOOM CLASSES ARE COMING!!

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As we continue to observe the necessary precautions to try to contain and minimize the damage of COVID 19, Lifelong is restarting our Lifelong Learning classes with the help of our creative and enthusiastic volunteer instructors. Details about the classes can be found in the eNewsletter. You can see the most current issue by clicking on the eNewsletter link or can receive it weekly in your email box. Both links are located under DONATE on the home page of this website.

Basic Macroeconomics
(Tom Butler)
Tuesdays & Thursdays, May 26 – June 25, 10 – 11am 
(10 sessions, $40)

NOTE: This class began in February but was truncated by COVID19.  If you were already in the class, you do not have to register again and will receive an email with the Zoom invitation.


The 2020 Census – What Is It and What Does It Mean to You?
(Jennifer Karius)
Tuesday, May 26, 2:00 (Free)

For more information about the Census, visit www.2020census.gov


The History of London: From the Roman Occupation to Present Day (Deb Schmidle)
Mondays, June 1 – July 20, 1-2:30 (8 sessions, $40)

NOTE: This class was scheduled to begin in April but had to be postponed because of COVID19.  If you have already registered for the class, you do not have to register again and will receive an email with the Zoom invitation.

Payment for the classes should be sent in to Lifelong (119 W Court St, Ithaca, 14850) with a note saying what the payment is for and contact information including an email address. A Zoom link will be emailed to the registrants. Those who were already taking the course before the shutdown, should contact us to let us know they want to attend this new session and we will send out the Zoom link.

As more classes become available in this new format, information will be sent out in the email blast and posted here.