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Ageless Learning Seminars

Personal Enrichment

Offered through Continuing Education

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Informative, historical and fun presentations designed to open a world of knowledge to continue your lifelong learning.

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Classes offered in-person may be rescheduled, canceled or transitioned to an online format based on COVID-19 guidelines. Students are required to follow COVID-19 guidelines for classroom participation, which may include, but is not limited to, use of masks and social distancing requirements. For the latest requirements, review STLCC’s COVID-19 Information page.

Unless otherwise specified in the course description, registration for online classes closes three business days prior to the class start date.

The World Underneath St. Louis

Travel on a virtual tour of hidden St. Louis. Uncover the secrets that we walk, ride and live above. Explore how these underground spaces are used and some of the mysteries that reside down there. From a restaurant to giant armadillos, come and experience underneath the city that sits on top of limestone.
SENR-702 | 1 session | $9 AGE 60+ | $9 REG
S03 Th 10-11:30 a.m. | Doug Schneider
May 20 | Online

St. Louis: City of Fountains

Did you know St. Louis’ fountains range from knee-high seahorses spouting water to the tallest fountain in the U.S.? Many prominent fountains of other cities were designed here in our city as well. Take a virtual tour of St. Louis’ fountains with a local historian. See a variety of local landmarks, including those from world-famous designers Maya Lin, Carl Milles and Lawrence Halprin.
SENR-702 | 1 session | $9 AGE 60+ | $9 REG
S05 M 7-8:30 p.m. | Doug Schneider
May 24 | Online

Living Life Like a Grasshopper: The Journey of Marian Brickner

Embark on a journey with local photographer Marian Brickner. She will navigate you through the last three decades as she completed 48 books, traveled the world and became a wildlife ambassador. Learn how a desire to be rich and famous, ice cream cones and cameras changed her life at 55 years old.
SENR-702 | 1 session | $9 AGE 60+ | $9 REG
S02 Sa 10-11:30 a.m. | Marian Brickner
May 29 | Online

Wales: Land of Song

Can you pronounce“Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogeryc-hwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch?” Yes, it’s a real word and the name of a Welsh village! Adventure out to Wales, a Celtic Country in the United Kingdom known for its unique language, history and architecture. Join the virtual journey and learn about the many surprises Wales has to offer.
SENR-702 | 1 session | $9 AGE 60+ | $9 REG
S07 Th 10-11:30 a.m. | Doug Schneider
June 17 | Online

Fall Into New England: A Travelogue

Foliage in September and October in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts draws an international audience. Absorb life in the White and Green Mountains. Discover maple syrup, sugar shacks, dairy cattle, Norman Rockwell and why New Englanders took on the moniker of Yankee. If you loved The Newhart Show and Larry, Darryl and the other brother Darryl, you’ll enjoy this offering. You will even learn about Ben & Jerry!
SENR-702 | 1 session | $9 AGE 60+ | $9 REG
S01 W 7-8:30 p.m. | Dea Hoover
June 30 | Online

Pleasures of New Orleans

Your travel may have been limited during the past year. But here’s your chance to venture out on a virtual tour of the “City of Dreams. New Orleans is known for its unique traditions, distinctive culture, religion and celebrations. Hear from a local historian’s perspective on the unique history between St. Louis and New Orleans. Find out how New Orleans became a deep-water port and what St. Louis had to do with it.
SENR-702 | 1 session | $9 AGE 60+ | $9 REG
S06 W 7-8:30 p.m. | Doug Schneider
July 14 | Online

100 Museums in St. Louis

According to The Washington Post, there are more museums in the U.S. than there are Starbucks™ and McDonalds™ combined! And WalletHub points out, “St. Louis has more museums per capita than any other city in the USA.” Take a virtual tour of the museums of St. Louis, more than 100 in all, ranging from small exhibition halls showcasing fire engines and saxophones, to some of the larger, world-class museums.
SENR-702 | 1 session | $9 AGE 60+ | $9 REG
S04 F 10-11:30 a.m. | Doug Schneider
Aug. 6 | Online

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