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FRAMINGHAM – Registration opens Wednesday for the Fall Adventures in Lifelong Learning Program, which will offer free courses over Zoom to seniors taught by Framingham State University faculty and community leaders.

Adventures in Lifelong Learning is an academic program designed to provide intellectual, creative, and social engagement for adults aged 60 and over.

A collaboration between Framingham State and the Framingham Public Library, the program will offer courses remotely during October 2021, using the Zoom audio and video conferencing platform. The program will include courses in art, literature, music, nutrition, and political science, free of charge or for a voluntary donation.

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Online registration opens Wednesday, September 8 at 11 .m.

Framingham State has been sponsoring the Adventures in Lifelong Learning Program in partnership with Framingham Public Library since 2011.

The goal of the program is to decrease social isolation among seniors while keeping them active and healthy, nurturing their intellect and creativity, and promoting their well-being.

For more information, including course descriptions, and to register, please go to the Adventures in Lifelong Learning webpage.

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QUESTIONS: Please email or phone 508-626-4603.

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