statue in Sandwich depicting Tecumseh and Isaac BrockHigh school history teacher Doug Drouillard will lead a study group on local history focused on such figures as Tecumseh and Isaac Brock, subjects of this statue in Sandwich.

Retiree classes a route to lifelong learning

The Uni-Com Retirement Learning Centre invites seniors to apply for enrolment in its fall courses, covering a wide range of interests.

Registration is now open for weekly study groups on a wide variety of areas of interest to seniors from the University (Uni) and the community (Com):

  • Poetry for All, Mary Ann Mulhern and Ian Henderson;
  • Shall We Dance, Anne McCallum;
  • Spanish for Travellers, Kathy Stomp;
  • Special Treasures and Antiques, Kathy Renaud;
  • English and Irish Literature, Tony Johnston;
  • Visiting authors John Hartig, Walter Temelini, Herb Colling, Guillaume Teasdale, Irene Moore-Davis;
  • City Doors, George Plantus;
  • A Look at Common Folktales, Norm King;
  • Local History — Brock and Tecumseh, Doug Drouillard;
  • Examining God and Evil, Edward King.

Fall classes commence Sept. 23. They run five or nine weeks and most are held in Alumni Hall’s McPherson Lounge.

Find more information or enrol on the Uni-Com website, or phone 519-253-3000, ext. 3430.