DAYTON — The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the Universit of Dayton, a community outreach progam that brings people to campus to participate in seminars led mostly by other volunteers, has announced its spring classes.
Participants can chooes to attend as many seminars as they can schedule between March 13 and May 5. More than 70 seminars will be offered. Among them are the following: An Introduction to the History of Christian Spirituality Part 1, Wine Appreciation, Lord Teach Us to Pray, Jane Austen: Beyone “Pride and Prejudice,” Biking the Dayton Region’s World Class System of Bike Trails, Personal Security and Identity Theft, Intermediate iPad, Fly Fishing for Beginners, Industrial Endeavors, Birds in Ohio, Being Mortal: Composing a Further Life for Body, Mind and Spirit.
The learning institute is not a typical college offering, as there are no exams or grades. Paricipants must be 50 or older. Previous education is not a requirement. An interest in learning is all that is required. All seminar moderators are volunteers.
To obtain a program brochure or information about taking or leading a seminar, call 937-229-2347.