LLRH, Lifelong Learning in Retirement at the Highlands, is an independent, non-profit organization affiliated with Road Scholar/ Elderhostel. Its purpose is to provide learning opportunities to adults 50 years and older in a supportive and constructive environment. LLRH is a member/volunteer-driven organization with dynamic instructors, and many are experts in their field.
Generally, LLRH members do not have homework assignments or tests. Opportunities exist for in-depth discussions and lively social interaction, which enhance the joy of learning and mental fitness.
We offer a great variety of courses, taught by quality instructors for an affordable price. For one low registration fee you can attend as many courses in a semester that you would like!
Greetings to our Prospective and Returning Members!
If you are open to learning and enjoy new, enriching experiences in your life, look into our highly diverse curriculum for the spring semester, which begins on February 3, 2014.
LLRH, Lifelong Learning in Retirement at The Highlands, is affiliated with of Road Scholar/Elderhostel, along with over 400 other similar organizations across the country. Our Curriculum Committee has scheduled approximately 28 courses with expert instructors to deliver high caliber sessions.
Meet the Instructors, an event planned for you, will be held on Tuesday January 14, 2:00 pm in the Highlands Ballroom. It is an opportunity to explore the course content and to meet the instructors. Register early for your courses because some class sizes are limited.
Complete the registration form and forward to the Registrar, email@example.com. The Fall fees are reasonable - $40 for Highlands residents and $50 for non-Highlands residents. It’s one small fee for as many courses as you want to take. Payment can be made on your credit card via Paypal on the Register page.
Mark your calendar, schedule LLRH classes, and take advantage of the opportunities to meet new friends and engage in social interactions and discussions at your clubhouse. LLRH recognizes that you may be retired, but your quest for learning, inquiry, and curiosity is active.
LLRH Steering Committee