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Road Scholar Learning Adventures Celebrate U.S. History
As we celebrate Black History Month and Presidents’ Day in February, Road Scholar offers a selection of learning adventures that explore iconic places and people in U.S. history. Led by expert lecturers and instructors who bring history to life, …
Road Scholar Announces New Learning Adventures in 2018
A new year brings promises of new adventures, resolutions and more. For 2018, Road Scholar introduces new learning adventures for Baby Boomers and beyond that delve into contemporary issues and world affairs, combine the best of Central America into …
Road Scholar Names New Orleans As Its 2018 Destination of the Year
New Orleans is one of America’s most celebrated cities, and each year, millions of people descend upon its historic streets to learn more about its rich heritage. Next year, New Orleans celebrates its 300th anniversary, and Road Scholar, the …
Learning to Debate: Your Secret Weapon to Challenge Your Intellect and Age Adventurouslyopens in new window
Do you love a good debate? Road Scholar’s groundbreaking new program on the campus of Cornell University focused on debate will challenge your intellect and maybe even change the way you think.
9 Proven Antidotes to Aging’s Negative Effectsopens in new window
Looking for some tips for healthy aging? We have nine activities for you to try, from popping a cork on a bottle of merlot to learning to play Pickleball in Hilton Head and painting a watercolor landscape of the Poconos.
Quilting Classes: A Beginner’s Guide to Quilting with Road Scholar Instructor Carol Honderichopens in new window
If you’ve ever wanted to make your own quilt but felt intimidated by making those first stitches, then look no further. There’s no better way to learn to quilt than with the help of Road Scholar Instructor Carol Honderich on one of our favorite quilting adventures at the Amigo Centre in Sturgis, Michigan!
A Woman with a Mission: Donna A. Kimura, Mother of Title IXopens in new window
When Donna A. Kimura was first hired as a physical education teacher in the 1970s, interscholastic competition in the Los Angeles Unified School District was not well-organized, and girls’ interscholastic competition was virtually non-existent.
“Fifth Chinese Daughter” Inspires Renewed Interest in Chinatownopens in new window
When I looked at the list of recommended books that my granddaughter and I could read in preparation for our Road Scholar Grandparent Adventure in San Francisco, I was immediately drawn to Fifth Chinese Daughter by Jade Snow Wong.