Streamed lecture series continues
The Georgian Triangle Life Long Learning Institute (GTLLI) is extending its live streaming of lectures to the winter and spring lecture series.
Following a successful response to the entire fall live stream program, GTLLI is live steaming its Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Winter Series lectures “Water Issues in Ontario” Jan. 10 to Feb. 14 and Spring Series lectures “Canadian Foreign Policy” Mar 27 to May 8 to audiences at Station on the Green in Creemore, the Simcoe St. Theatre in Collingwood, and the RecPlex in Wasaga Beach.
The lectures are intended to promote learning and expand awareness of the larger world. They are at a university level and delivered by academics and experts in their fields on a wide range of topics. They have included timely discussions about arts, culture, entertainment, technology, religion, global affairs, world economies, science, and healthcare.
The 120-minute livestreamed lectures are professionally produced and recorded.
GTLLI annual membership is included with the purchase of tickets. Members have the opportunity to buy tickets before non-members and have access to video recordings.
Visit www.gtlli.ca, call 705-300-3251, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
GTLLI is a self-funded, volunteer run not-for-profit organization. It serves a membership who seeks participation in educational activities at the post-secondary level. Founded in 1996 by a handful of enthusiasts, GTLLI now has more than 650 members enjoying fall, winter and spring lectures and another 500 lifelong learners who were unable to get tickets for the live lectures. GTLLI is part of the Third Age Network. The lifelong learning movement is growing worldwide. Self-managed groups of seniors who seek learning experiences exist in many parts of the world.