Discovery: The Path to Lifelong Learning

Spring Semester

Spring beckons us to explore new and interesting learning experiences at the Senior Center through our Lifelong Learning Program- Discovery.  Registration for the Spring Semester begins on Friday, March 23, 10:00 am-12:00 noon. Join us for a Lecture and Tour of The Hingham Heritage Museum. Tim Kelley returns to give us an enthusiastic talk on clouds in Till the Clouds Roll By. Enjoy a guided tour of The Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Museum. Author Gerard Doherty will discuss his recent book “They Were My Friends- Jack, Bob & Ted: My Life In And Out of Politics.” Learn about American Foreign Policy and its implications in a course taught by Andrew Hertig, The United States in the World Today.  Meet Author Terri Arthur and hear about her historical novel, “Edith Cavell: The British Nurse Who Changed America History.”  Listen to Maestro Kim present an engaging talk on the history and development of orchestras in A First Hand Look at the Symphony.  Learn about Native American creations through time with Jill Sanford in Native American Journey. Stephen Collins returns in a one-man show named Butterfly about life and times of James McNeil Whistler.  

Join with your friends who have said "I wish this program was offered every day."  I learned about things I never thought of before."

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Tuesdays

  • Lecture and Tour of the Hingham Heritage Museum
  • Till The Clouds Roll By,
    Tim Kelley
  • Tour of Mashpee Wapanoag Indian Museum

Wednesdays

  • They Were My Friends-Jack, Bob & Ted: My Life In And Out Of Politics,
    Gerard Doherty

Thursdays

  • The United States in the World Today,
    Andrew Hertig
  • Edith Cavell: The British Nurse Who Changed American History,
    Terri Arthur

Fridays

  • A First Hand Look At the Symphony,
    Jin Kim
  • Native American Journey,
    Jill Sanford
  • Butterfly (The Life and Times of James Whistler),
    Stephen Collins

Registration and Class Details

Discovery Path to Lifelong Learning