Celebrating 20 years of Lifelong Learning in the Georgian Triangle:
In October of 1995 over 100 individuals met in the Collingwood Library. At that meeting, 37 founding families donated $50 each to create an organization that would provide opportunities for lifelong learning in the greater Collingwood community. The organization was originally affiliated with the Elderhostel Institute Network and was patterned on “Living and Learning in Retirement” which was established in 1973 at Glendon College in Toronto. In September 1996, the first lecture was held at the Collingwood Campus of Georgian College at 49 Huron St. 110 individuals registered for the 4 lecture Fall Course which featured Professor M. Vander Woude on the historical foundations of Jazz. The cost was........
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The Last Course of the 2015-16 Season.
Reflections in the Hall of Mirrors: American Movies & the Politics of Idealism
Kevin Courrier has provided the Filmography for the course as well as a link to Critics at Large (review of new DVD release of The Manchurian Candidate).