"Once they reach retirement age, some people think they already know everything they need to know. Others recognize the fact that learning is a lifetime process, and in the right atmosphere is made easier by the accumulated wisdom of years. The Abbotsford Learning Plus Society is dedicated to the proposition that at any age, learning should be fun. If you're interested in learning, not crazy about going out after dark, have a limited budget and would like to make some friends who share common interests, Learning Plus is for you." http://learningplus.ca
Anyone over 50 who wants to keep on learning can join Chilliwack's ElderCollege. The membership fee is $12 per year and expires on December 31.
For more information: http://chilliwackeldercollege.ca/courses/
For example: Blogging: The Hobby of the Century! Amanda Rallings
6 Sessions Thursdays Feb 16 - Mar 23 11:30 AM – 12:50 PM. A1314. $50.
It has been long understood that hobbies have positive psychological benefits; they give us a creative outlet, and improve the way we see the world. Blogging can be a hobby in itself, or a means to share a hobby with the online community. There is no limit to what you can blog about, but the most successful blogs come from a place of passion and genuine interest in a topic, coupled with good imagery and quality writing. In this course, we will touch on all the facets of what a blog is and what makes a blog successful. By the end of the course, each student will have their own blog published and the ability to continue writing posts on their own. If this sounds intimidating, don't worry. We want you to focus on the fun parts of blogging and have designed this course so that even the newest to the world of technology will feel comfortable. You will bring your portable device (laptop or tablet) to class to work on your blog or work between classes on a desktop device and bring your work to class.
"The People's Law School provides free legal education and information to help British Columbians effectively deal with the legal problems of everyday life. We provide plain language information online and in print, collaborate with partners to bring legal education programs and learning experiences to trusted community settings around the province, and connect people with legal information and assistance that meets their needs."
< More information at: http://www.publiclegaled.bc.ca/events/