Laurier Association for Lifelong Learning (LALL)

Entering spring 2008 with its 21st series of seminars, LALL has grown from a group of five interested volunteers to a highly recognized association of retired individuals committed to lifelong learning. These not-for-credit, personal interest courses are offered at Laurier's Waterloo campus.

This spring's exciting line-up starts in early April and includes:

  1. "Shakespeare at Stratford 2008" with Ted McGee (two offerings)
  2. "Cooking and Eating 20 Generations Ago" with Terrence Scully
  3. "Zen Psychology" with Vic Constantino
  4. "The Secret Life of Plants" with David Pierson
  5. "Gulliver's Travels: A Satiric Attack  on Human Pretensions" with Roman Dubinski
  6. "Genes and Disease: Everything You Wanted to Know About DNA But Were Afraid to Ask" with Jack Pasternak
  7. "African-American Slavery in the 13 Colonies and the United States" with Richard Fuke 
  8. "What Makes Jazz Special?" with Tom Wilson
  9. "Grimm's Fairly Tales and European Folklore" with Manfred Kuxdorf
  10. "From MacDonald to Laurier: The Early Prime Ministers" with Andrew Thomson

LALL will also be offering courses at the Laurier Brantford campus beginning this spring. Two exciting courses are scheduled to the begin in April 2008:

  1. "In Search of Old Ontario" with Warren Stauch
  2. "Canadian Archaeology" with Gary Warrick

For more information on Waterloo or Brantford course offerings, please contact:

Laurier Association for Lifelong Learning
Continuing Education
Wilfrid Laurier University
75 University Avenue West
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3C5

Tel: 519.884.0710 ext. 4628
Fax: 519.884.6063