Center for Life and Learning
CLL programming has been suspended indefinitely beginning Friday, March 13 to mitigate health risks. Read more...
For men and women 60 and more
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The Center for Life and Learning (CLL) was founded in 1965 on a commitment to intellectual and creative challenges for its patrons. Each year more than 400 active men and women 60 years and more take advantage of daily opportunities to explore new interests, strengthen friendships, and continue to shape their lives and communities. Our participants represent a wide variety of personal and professional backgrounds. All are welcome!
About the CLL
Traveling to the CLL
Frequently Asked Questions
Susan Quaintance, Director
Sue Hakes, Program Assistant, Center for Life and Learning
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For more information about the Center for Life and Learning, contact Susan Quaintance (312.981.3386), Director of the Center for Life and Learning.