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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 …
Top Volunteer Opportunities For Seniorsopens in new window
Volunteering in retirement doesn’t just benefit the world, it benefits the retiree. Staying involved as a senior citizen volunteer can help you maintain your mental and physical health as well as helping you stay involved in your community.
Yosemite Tours for Seniors: Eight Can’t-Miss Experiencesopens in new window
“But no temple made with hands can compare with Yosemite,” wrote John Muir, the naturalist and “Father of the National Parks.” Massive granite domes, plunging waterfalls, towering groves of sequoia trees and peaceful alpine meadows all combine to create an aura you won’t find anyplace else.
10 Hiking Tips for Older Adultsopens in new window
With the sun shining, the flowers in full bloom and the fresh summer air, now is the perfect time to head outdoors and get some exercise. Going on a hike is a great way to enjoy the warm weather...
Members of Local Lifelong Learning Centre Explore the Unique Relationship between Bermuda and the Azores with Road Scholaropens in new window
The link between Bermuda and the Azores — separated by more than 2,000 miles of Atlantic Ocean — goes back hundreds of years, to the mid-1800s when Azoreans first settled in Bermuda.
10 International Foods You Need to Tryopens in new window
There are a million ways to discover the local culture while you travel. You could take a dance class in Argentina, explore the bustling bazaars in Morocco, venture though art museums in Spain or explore rural villages in China. But what’s the tastiest (and often most fun) way to immerse yourself in a new country? That’s easy: The food.