January 2019 Chili Kick-off
with NMU Pres. Erickson speaking
What is the NCLL?
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The Northern Center for Lifelong Learning (NCLL) is an organization that plans and offers informal educational programs and activities to enrich the daily lives of its members and others through mini-courses, regular programs, outdoor activities and social events. More in About Us
NCLL offers programs suggested by NCLL participants and community members who share their interest and desire to learn and stay active with others. More than twenty classes or events are offered each term in the day or evening - summer/fall, winter, and spring. If you have an interest, hobby, activity or experience you would like to share please contact the NCLL office, director or attend an NCLL Curriculum Committee Meeting! For more information on booklets and registration, see the Programs/Events page.
Who is eligible to join or attend programs?
Membership and programs are open to any adult interested in pursuing intellectual, recreational, and/or social activities. NCLL membership dues for the 2016-2017 year are $30 with a charge for most classes; $3 for members and $6 for non-members. More information
What are NCLL interest groups?
Initiated and managed by NCLL members, interest groups function independently of NCLL. We encourage folks to get together around particular activities they enjoy. Current on-going interest groups include Relaxed Bridge and Lunch Out Together. Learn more
On going through the term
#209: More than Beginning Photography
(Liaison: Phyllis James, 225-1004 firstname.lastname@example.org)
220: Woodworker Rally
#220: Woodworking Rally III
#210: Traveling Solo with Grandchildren
#223: Game Night in the Afternoon
#224: Winter Snowshoe at the Vielmetti-Peters Reserve
#229: Training Law Enforcement—an Ongoing Affair
Tuesday, February 19 1-3pm
#217: “When Teddy Came to Town”
#225: NMU Kinesiology, Exercise, and Oncology Research Program
#226: UP People: Incredible Stories About Incredible People 2
#227: What’s a Scottish Origin Sport Combining Bowling and Shuffleboard, Originating in the 16th Century?
#228: Mystery Dinner