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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Holds
Winter Registration and General Meeting

Registration for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) winter session will be held Saturday, Jan. 5, beginning at 9 a.m. A general membership meeting follows at 10 a.m. Registration and the meeting will be held in CSULB’s Human Services and Design building, Room 101, near the corner of Palo Verde Avenue and Anaheim Road. Free parking for this event is available in Lot 9.

OLLI is offering a host of exciting lecture classes this winter, including Art of Renaissance Venice; Travel Without Luggage; History of Jazz; Bach, Brahms, Beethoven & Beyond and many more. For those looking for classes to improve your health and endurance, OLLI offers Tai Chi Chih, Laughter Yoga, and Longevity Stick.  Computer class offerings this session include Very First Computer Class, Spreadsheets Solve Problems, Beginning and Intermediate Photoshop Elements, Buy and Sell On eBay, and many others which are conducted in a 10-seat bilingual lab (PC and Mac) by skilled instructors. These classes, and several others, will be offered from Jan. 22 through March 17.

OLLI @ CSULB, established more than a decade ago as Senior University, has continually provided learning opportunities for adults 50 years of age or over, growing from 50 student members in 1996 to nearly 900 student members annually. OLLI classes are taught by current or emeriti CSULB professors, industry experts, CSULB graduate students and President’s Scholars, or are peer led by OLLI members. All instructors volunteer to share their knowledge and expertise with enthusiasm.

Annual OLLI @ CSULB membership is $40, prorated to $20 for the spring and summer sessions.  Tuition is $10 per lecture class and $45 per computer class. Computer classes also require an annual $40 SeniorNet membership. Parking permits are available for a fee.

For further information, call the OLLI @ CSULB Office at 562/985-8237, send an e-mail or visit its Web site.