Lifelong Learning (LLL) seeks to provide quality, community-based programs for people of various ages. UCM’s LLL series is designed to provide programs and performances that enlighten and inform people throughout the region. All programs are free and open to the public. Please join us!
Lifelong Learning (LLL) began with an interest survey distributed to UCM’s to members of the UCM Emeriti Association in April 2010. In June, 2010 a committee of emeriti members, Dee Hudson, Justyn Graham, Harold Sampson, and Deems Brooks met to begin planning a variety of ungraded learning opportunities for older adults within the community. Though not serving on the committee, Dick Carr aided with media releases. Darlene Laubenstein replaced Hudson on the committee in April 2011 and Karen Haase was added in the summer of 2011.
Solomon retired after a 34-year career as a middle school language arts teacher. She is a University of Missouri graduate and completed graduate work at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Solomon serves on the Survival Adult Abuse Center board and volunteers in other community capacities. She is an avid reader who enjoys traveling, playing bridge, and spoiling grandchildren.
Bio available soon.
Bio and picture available soon.
Forest Sun, singer-songwriter, artist and filmmaker will share his experiences in music, film, and the visual arts at this program. He will also be performing September 20 as part of the Concert at the Courthouse series. Location: Java Junction, 112 N. Holden Street in Warrensburg
The program will present information about the touring quilt project commemorating Holocaust victims and give an overview of items found in the Archives. Presenter: Dr. Amber R. Clifford-Napoleone. Location: The McClure Archives and University Museum, Kirkpatrick Library rm. 1260.