Registration is open for the spring classes of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). The classes will meet at Bradley University on the four Wednesdays of April with most classes convening between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
The forty 1-hour classes will be led by community experts and cover a range of topics. Fees include participation in four classes of choice, a luncheon on March 13 featuring keynote speaker Mark Spenny, park-and-ride transportation and plentiful refreshments.
OLLI is also offering spring programs over the next few months. This includes 41 educational trips to local and regional venues, over 20 study groups for those who want to follow topics more deeply as well as several special events that include movies, dining and more.
For more information about OLLI’s spring programs, call Bonnie or Gwen at (309) 677-3900 or visit the OLLI website at bradley.edu/OLLI.
OLLI is an organization at Bradley University whose members, age 50 and older, want to stay active as they reach and enjoy retirement.