Lifespring, an adult learning community, offers a broad range of noncredit educational activities for retired, semi-retired, and other adult participants. Lifespring’s goal is to provide diverse learning experiences for all its members, regardless of previous educational background. We recognize that many active retirees wish to continue to learn and grow and participate in an environment that is both social and encouraging. In this venue, we come together to share our knowledge and interests, and socialize with like-minded people.
Lifespring offers classes/courses, lectures, and events that provide opportunities for active adults and/or retirees to:
Presentations & Workshops
Save the date!
Although seemingly far away, we encourage you to save the following dates for winter presentations, which offer an opportunity for getting back together with Lifespring friends for stimulating mornings of lectures plus Q & A, 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m., held in the Community Room of the Saugerties Public Library.
The first program on December 6th features Valerie Balint, Program Manager for Historic Artists’ & Studio Program at the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Mark your calendars now and remember that guests are welcome too.
Wednesdays: Dec. 6, 2017; Jan. 3, 2018; Feb. 7, 2018; and Mar. 7, 2018
Wednesday Dec 6, 2017:
To Witness Creativity: Artists’ Homes and Studios of the United States
Tuesday May 23 , 2018
The Annual Meeting will be held at the Woodstock Jewish Congregation at 9:30am on Tuesday May 23, 2018.
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