WELCOME TO THE UCONN ADULT LEARNING PROGRAM
SCHEDULE CHANGE FOR FALL SOCIAL EVENT
In case you haven't read your mail lately, the date for our annual Fall Social has been changed to October 13th. The party will still be in Seabury's Heritage Hall at 3:15 but it will now follow anthropologist Michael Park's presentation on the Galapagos. The social provides all members the opportunity to greet new members, meet old friends, sip some wine or cider and sample some of the excellent hor d'oeuvres prepared by the Seabury chefs. Be sure to notify our Administrator, Bertina Williams (860-380-5038 or firstname.lastname@example.org), before October 8th if you intend to come so we'll have an idea of how much food and refreshments will be needed.
IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO REGISTER
missed the Fall Semester Preview Meeting, you
still have time to register.
Classes started September 24th but you can register anytime before your first class begins. And if you've lost your copy of the ALP Horn newsletter that describes
our curriculum, you can view our calendar of courses, make your selections and
download the registration form right here.
Members will be delighted to know that the presenters for the 27 courses being offered this semester are well qualified. Among their credentials, you'll find eight current or former college professors, a scientist, an aerospace engineer, two authors, a concert opera artistic director, a former state Supreme Court judge, a genealogist and a strategic planner. Our Curriculum Committee of volunteers should be proud of their efforts to build such an outstanding fall program.
Speaking of volunteers, we could use more help. If you would like to "give something back" to our Adult Learning Program in return for all that you've received (or are about to receive), please visit our Committees page. After you identify which committee or position could possibly be a good match for your interests, skills or experience, contact our Administrator, Bertina Williams, 860-380-5038 or email@example.com. Bertina will put you in touch with the appropriate committee chair.
Thanks to Ed Raymond, our volunteer photographer extraordinaire, we already have photos from the Fall Semester Preview Meeting. If you were there, chances are your photo is here. Click here to find out.