Campbell River ElderCollege (CREC) offers range of activities this fall

Campbell River ElderCollege offers a range of activities and learning opportunities to expand lifelong learning experiences for people 50 and up. There will be an information session about upcoming programs this fall on Friday, Sept. 15.

Want to meet new people and expand your lifelong learning experiences?

Join us on Friday, Sept. 15 for a public information meeting about our fall line-up of courses for students age 50 and older.

 Meet at the North Island College Campus Bistro in Campbell River (located through the main doors, opposite the library).

The time will be 1:30 to 3 p.m.

Refreshments will be served. Instructors for our fall courses will be present to tell you what’s on offer from CREC October through December and answer any questions you might have. Presentations and classes range from writing, to developing lapidary skills, to birding, to history, to expanding your financial knowledge, to travel, to using technology effectively, and more. They’re informative, interesting, inexpensive, and more importantly, fun.

The courses are presented by volunteers and the modest tuition fees help to provide two $1,000 annual bursaries presented to Campbell River students in the medical field.

This is the 19th year that CREC is offering terrific courses. Volunteers are welcome, as are Course Leaders who are keen to share their knowledge and experience.

Find more information and course details at: Registration begins Friday, Sept. 22 at 9 a.m. You can register online or in person at North Island College, 1685 S. Dogwood St., Campbell River.

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