Adults 50 and better invited to OLLI@UND open house
Posted on 12/15/2010
Bismarck area learners over 50 may join instructors for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute of the University of North Dakota (OLLI@UND) in an open house and course preview Thursday, Jan. 6, at Bismarck State College.
BSC, in collaboration with UND, hosts the open house from 4 to 6 p.m. in Room 101 of the National Energy Center of Excellence on the BSC campus. OLLI@UND in Bismarck winter course information and registration will be available.
OLLI@UND is a membership organization for those 50 and over who want to experience cultural and social growth through learning and sharing ideas, opinions, and talents.
Classes begin Jan. 24. Topics include poetry, the Supreme Court, paleontology, genealogy research, energy development in North Dakota, and Abraham Lincoln. Programs are purely for enjoyment without tests, grades or need for prior college experience.
For information, call BSC Continuing Education, Training and Innovation at 224-5600. For a complete list of winter 2011 courses, instructor profiles, events and day trips, see http://olli.und.edu/bismarck/.