OLLI Online – Winter 2022 Registration Open Now through November 22

Since March 2020, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) has been providing online learning opportunities for older adults in a safe and secure Zoom format. 

OLLI Online is now open for the Winter 2022 registration period, which opened on Monday, November 15, 2021 and runs through November 22, 2021 (You can register for open classes up until the Friday before classes begin, January 7th.) The winter term, for which classes will start the week of January 10, 2022, will offer more than 140 classes, 37 in person in Denver and Golden, the balance via Zoom, across a wide range of academic subject areas. 

More than 1,600 older adults across Boulder County and the Denver metro area have taken advantage of OLLI’s online learning opportunities during the pandemic.  For more information, please link to https://portfolio.du.edu/ollionline. (Questions about OLLI‘s offerings can also be addressed to Charlie Erdrich at cerdrich@gmail.com.)  And remember, Curiosity Never Retires!

About Charlie Erdrich

Charles Erdrich is a member of Boulder’s Senior Community Advisory Committee, and has served on the OLLI-Boulder development group. For more info on the program, contact Barbara Darling, OLLI-Boulder Site Manager, at barbaraolliboulder@gmail.com, or Charlie at cerdrich@gmail.com.

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