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LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE

PROGRAM GUIDE SPRING 2019 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY FITNESS & MOVEMENT HEALTH & WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS LANGUAGES LIFESTYLE SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES WRITING & LITERATURE THURSDAY NOON FORUMS

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DATES TO REMEMBER SPRING 2019 All events are FREE and drop in unless otherwise noted College Building Room 112, 2155 College Avenue March 15

Spring Registration Opens

March 21

Frauds and Scams

10:00-11:30 am

with Regina Police Service

April 9, 16, 23 12:00-1:00 pm

Research with Impact Presentations $5 each/$12 for all 3 Pre-Registration Required See inside back cover for details

April 17

Spring Open House

10:30 am-2:30 pm

See back cover and page 4 for details

April 17 1:30 pm

Online Registration – How to do it? with Richelle Leonard, Student Services Manager

April 22 1:30-3:30pm

People-Powered Radio with CJTR Radio Hosts

April 23 1:30-3:00pm

Qu’Appelle Chain Water Challenges

April 24 10:00-11:30am

Power of Attorney and You with Public Guardian and Trustee Office

April 25 11:00am-12:00pm

Procrastination for Procrastinators with Jean Freeman

April 25 12:00-1:00pm

Welcome & Orientation with LLC Staff and SUG Board

April 26

FREE Classic Film: Marley and Me Facilitator Ian MacDonald

1:00-3:30 pm Week of April 29 various times

with Chief Matthew Peigan

Spring Courses Begin See inside for details

For event details see www.uregina.ca/cce/lifelong or call 306-585-5748.


Research with Impact:

HOW U OF R RESEARCH IMPACTS OUR LIVES AND OUR COMMUNITIES Much more than an ivory tower, the University of Regina is home to some of the most outstanding researchers in the country. In partnership with the Lifelong Learning Centre, the Alumni Engagement Office is pleased to present three noon hour presentations on research with impact. See website for details of these presentations. Tue, Apr 9

The Phenomenon of Fake News Dr. Gordon Pennycook

Tue, Apr 16

The Sixties Scoop Dr. Raven Sinclair

Tue, Apr 23

Water and Climate Change Dr. Peter Leavitt

Time:

12:00-1:00pm

Location: Lifelong Learning Centre College Building Room 112, 2155 College Avenue Cost:

$5/per presentation or $12 for all three includes complimentary light lunch

Please pre-register online at https://events.eply.com/2019researchwithimpact Contact the Alumni Engagement Office at 306-585-4503 or email uralumni@uregina.ca if you would like more information.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Dates to Remember Spring 2019 – inside front cover Lifelong Learning Centre Volunteer and Community Programs

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How to Register Arts & Entertainment

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Computers & Technology Fitness & Movement

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Health Wellness Wednesdays

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Lifestyle

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Languages Science

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Social Studies: History, Politics, Religion & More Writing & Literature

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Frauds, Scams and Safety Concerns Thursday Noon Forums

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FREE Thursday Noon Forum Coupons General Information including Withdrawal Policy, Parking

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Seniors’ University Group and BIG Book Sale Course Checklist

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Courses at a Glance – inside back cover Research with Impact – inside back cover Spring Open House Program – outside back cover

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LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE Learn to Live and Live to Learn The Lifelong Learning Centre offers courses to expand your mind, move your body and develop friendships with like-minded people. Daytime courses provide retired, semi-retired and those working part-time with an opportunity to participate in a warm and supportive learning environment, embrace alternative concepts, and meet interesting people. Evening and Saturday courses allow those who are working during the day an opportunity to learn about a variety of topics of interests in a stimulating environment where frontiers of knowledge are expanded and friendships are made. LLC courses are affordable and have no previous education requirements. They also have no exams, no assignments, and no homework. "When I first learned about the Lifelong Learning Centre I was absolutely amazed at what was available in courses and other opportunities. When I had the privilege to attend the Lifelong Learning Centre I've attended computer courses. I've really enjoyed the exercise courses, and I like to participate in as many noon hour forums as I can." Marj Thiessen, LLC Student and Volunteer

“Looking through the course outlines you will notice a wide range of courses offered. Interaction with your classmates is encouraged and the instructors encourage class discussion.” Doug Calder, LLC Student

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VOLUNTEER & COMMUNITY PROGRAMS ABORIGINAL GRANDMOTHERS CARING FOR GRANDCHILDREN SUPPORT NETWORK

Grandmothers caring for grandchildren are invited to monthly Support Network meetings to celebrate their strengths, share experiences, talk about issues of concern, and learn about community services and programs. Tea and bannock are always served at monthly meetings. Childcare and rides will be provided for those who call in advance. For more information or to register call 306-585-5766. Day & Time:

Fri, Mar 8, Apr 12, May 10, Jun 14 from 9:30-11:30am

Location:

College Building Room 112 – 2155 College Ave.

INTERCULTURAL GRANDMOTHERS UNITING (IGU)

All older women who are interested in building bridges of understanding, respect, trust and friendship among First Nations, Métis and other women are welcome to attend these monthly meetings. For more information call 306-585-5705 or 306-585-5766. Day & Time:

Fri, Mar 15, Apr 26, May 17, Jun 21 from 10:30am-12:30pm

Location:

Indigenous Christian Fellowship – 3131 Dewdney Ave.

GO FOR LIFE!

Make a difference to your community and your life by participating in learning programs and volunteer activities. Check out the FREE Forums and FREE Films being held at the Lifelong Learning Centre this spring. Learn and volunteer to add life to your years and years to your life. See inside front cover for list of FREE events. SPEAKERS BUREAU

The Lifelong Learning Centre has speakers available to talk to community groups and professionals about the joys of lifelong learning and volunteering, ageism and Age Friendly Community Initiatives, older adult abuse prevention, retirement planning and much more. If you want to request a speaker for your group, or are interested in becoming one, call 306-585-5766 or 306-585-5806. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

We are looking for volunteers to assist with reception duties, promotional activities, newsletter production and more. Call 306-585-5766 if you would like to learn about volunteer opportunities at the Lifelong Learning Centre. SENIORS UNIVERSITY GROUP

The Seniors’ University Group mission is to promote the value and availability of lifelong learning opportunities for older learners in the community in collaborative partnerships with the Lifelong Learning Centre. Those wishing to receive SUG rates for LLC courses must be current members of the Seniors’ University Group. See page 27 for more information about the Seniors’ University Group and Book Sale.

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HOW TO REGISTER FOR LLC COURSES The quickest and easiest way to register for Lifelong Learning Centre c ourses is online. Registering online is simple, secure and convenient with 24 hour access at www.uregina.ca/cce/lifelong Call 306-585-5748 to register by phone during regular opening hours. Go to Student Services Office in College Building Room 118 to register in person. Learn How to Register Online Demonstration is being held at Spring Open House April 17 at 1:30 pm in College Building Room 110.

SPRING OPEN HOUSE

April 17 from 10:30 am-2:30 pm Learn more about what the Lifelong Learning Centre has to offer by coming to our Open House for tours and more as outlined on back cover. Dr. Holly Bardutz, brain researcher at the University of Regina, will make the opening presentation at 10:30 am on: Women, Exercise and the Brain: Results of Research involving Women from LLC In this session Holly will talk about research she did involving women who participate in programs at the Lifelong Learning Centre at the University of Regina. She was looking at the effects of exercise on the brain, but soon learned that everyone benefited whether they did the exercise classes or regular classroom type classes. She will also tell us why she conducted her research only with women and not men!

SPRING WELCOME & ORIENTATION April 25 from 11:00 am-1:00 pm

Procrastination for Procrastinators: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know Writer, speaker, octogenarian and advice-giver Reginan Jean Freeman is eagerly waiting to share her observations about “Procrastination for Procrastinators: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Putting Things Off But Kept Putting Off Asking”. She is temporarily postponing teaching, public speaking, writing children’s books or cleaning her spare room, in order to speak to you! This will be followed by an overview of the Lifelong Learning Centre, information about other spring events planned by LLC and the Seniors’ University Group, and a tour of our building.

PARKING AT COLLEGE AVENUE CAMPUS – SEE PAGE 26 4

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE AVENUE CAMPUS ART TOUR

Join Alex King, Curator/Preparator for the President’s Art Collection at the University of Regina, to learn about art displayed throughout the newly renovated College Avenue Campus. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Fri, Apr 26

10:00-11:30am

FREE

Alex King

CLASSIC FILMS

Enjoy 4 excellent films with an introduction for each – Trading Places (1983) with Jamie Lee Curtis; Black Swan (2010) with Natalie Portman; Forrest Gump (1994) with Tom Hanks; and Grease (1978) with John Travolta and Olivia Newton John. FREE film on Apr 26 is Marley and Me (2008) with Jennifer Aniston. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Facilitator

Fri, Apr 26-May 24

1:00-3:30pm

$30/$20

Dermot Weightman

DRAW A LITTLE, LEARN A LOT – NEW

A drawing and art theory class that will change the way you see the world. An art course for beginners and advanced students with focus on both practice and theory. Establish sound drawing technique and develop deep appreciation of colour, value, perspective, proportion and composition. Students need to bring drawing pencils (HB, 2B, 4B), erasers, pencil sharpeners and a pad of drawing paper at least 11” X 14”. Note: No class May 20. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Facilitator

Mon, Apr 29-Jun 24

1:00-3:30pm

$135/$125

Della Hunter

CINEMA: POST-WORLD WAR II BRITISH FILMS – NEW

Enjoy four thrilling, humorous, and satirical British films from the post-World War II era, with an introduction for each. Films include, Man in the White Suit (1951) with Alec Guinness; The Fallen Idol (1948) with Ralph Richardson; The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959) with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.; and Billy Liar (1963) with Tom Courtenay.

Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Fri, May 31-Jun 21

1:00-3:30pm

$30/$20

Gerald Saul

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PEOPLE-POWERED RADIO – NEW

Join the programmers and staff of Regina Community Radio to learn about the people in people-powered-radio. The panelists will each talk about their community radio journeys with forays into the stories and skills they’ve earned along the way. Expect conversations about the practical, technical and production aspects of radio as well as storytelling about highlights and lowlights, and the station’s plans for the future. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Facilitators

Mon, Apr 22

1:30-3:30pm

FREE

CJTR Radio Hosts

PORTRAITS IN RADIO – NEW

Join radio hosts, Larry Christie, Jeff “Redbeard” Corbett, Vincent Murphy and Ray Smith from 91.3FM CJTR Regina Community Radio to explore the evolution of radio within their life time. Wondrously informal weekly discussions will examine the ways in which radio has changed and the important role it continues to have today, as well as the retelling of the hosts’ adventures along the way. Radio fulfills many roles including communication, entertainment, generating discussion, analysis, and critical thought and has played an important role in society for many generations. If you love history, come learn about the personal and professional experiences of four radio hosts who continue to make a meaningful contribution to community radio in Regina. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Facilitators

Mon, May 27-Jun 17

1:30-3:30pm

$80/$70

CJTR Radio Hosts

COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY BASIC SMARTPHONE/TABLET PHOTOGRAPHY & ONLINE STORAGE

Nowadays most of us keep our smartphones and tablets with us at all the time, which means we have a camera at hand that is always ready to take pictures. And because of its advanced features, the camera does a pretty decent job. But if you’re taking more photos than ever, there’s an important next step which is often overlooked — organizing and archiving. In this course, we will talk about basic techniques in taking smartphone shots and ways to store and organize your photos. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Sat, Jun 15

10:00am-12:00pm

$30

Mike Garcia

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CLOUD COMPUTING

What is Cloud Computing and what makes it different from traditional computing? In this class we will explain the differences between the private and public Cloud, and the advantages and disadvantages of using Cloud Computing. The Cloud is for everyone! Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Sat, Jun 8

10:00am-12:00pm

$30

Mike Garcia

IPAD LEVEL 1: BEGINNER

iPads have revolutionized our interactions with each other and the world. This course will teach a basic familiarity with iPad use and management including the iPad Operating System (iOS), what the switches and buttons do, different touch screen gestures and adjusting iPad settings. Students will also add a WiFi connection, use the Internet and be introduced to basic e-mail tasks. This is a hands-on course, so please remember to bring your iPad and make sure that it is charged. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Sat, May 4

10:00am-12:00pm

$30

Mike Garcia

IPAD LEVEL 2: INTERMEDIATE

Explore Internet and email, photos and videos, cloud services and syncing, as well as apps and tips for more efficiently using your iPad device. This session is for users who have some experience using the iPad or who have taken the introductory Level 1 iPad class. This is a hands-on course, so please remember to bring your iPad and make sure that it is charged. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Sat, May 25

10:00am-12:00pm

$30

Mike Garcia

THE INTERNET OF THINGS – NEW

It started with the smart phone. Now everyday devices like thermostats, lights, cars, TVs, etc. are being made smart by connecting them together over networks and to the Internet. These devices will not only be able to send data to the Internet but they will also be controlled over the Internet. In this course you will understand how Internet of Things (IoT) works and how essential it will become in the future.

Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Sat, Jun 1

10:00am-12:00pm

$30

Mike Garcia

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FITNESS & MOVEMENT FOREVER … IN MOTION – FREE DROP-IN FITNESS CLASSES

Forever … in Motion is a FREE program that helps older adults become physically active through volunteer led physical activity groups. The program includes endurance, strength, balance, and flexibility activities which may be performed either in sitting or standing position. Stay after class for FREE coffee and conversation. Physical Activity – do it for life! Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Mon, Mar 18 & 25, Apr 1 & 8

2:30-3:30pm

FREE Drop-in

Amani Khan

Fri, Mar 22 & 29, Apr 5 & 12

9:30-10:30am

FREE Drop-in

Amani Khan

BELLYFIT SAGE – WISDOM IN MOTION

Bellyfit Sage Wisdom in Motion is designed for mature women, women of size, women in recovery and all women seeking a gentler, more customized form of movement that honours their sensuality, their strength and their varied levels of ability. Expect all the signature elements that Bellyfit® offers, now at a slower more intentional pace that focuses on posture, balance, toning and strengthening. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Fri, May 3-Jun 21

10:30-11:30am

$85/$75

Roselle Bancescu

FIT FOR YOUR LIFE

Join us for a gradual strength-training program designed for older adults. Health experts suggest weight training as an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Hand-held velcro wrist and ankle weights from one to five pounds are supplied. The class instructs proper weight training with a muscle warm-up, stretching and cool down. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Tue & Thu, Apr 30-Jun 20

4:00-5:00pm

$105/$90

Dorothy Fitzer

LINE DANCING

“In a rut strut.” Line dancing is a great activity for fun, exercise and memory. Learn easy, progressive steps to all types of music. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Tue, Apr 30-Jun 18

9:30-10:30am

$85/$75

Dorothy Fitzer

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STRETCH & TONE EXERCISE

Promote healthy aging through exercise designed to increase flexibility. This class involves a warm-up, aerobics, stretching, toning and cool down. Mats and weights are supplied. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Tue & Thu, Apr 30-Jun 20

11:00am-12:00pm

$105/$90

Dorothy Fitzer

T’AI CHI

Movements performed in T’ai Chi are slow, soft and graceful with smooth and even transitions between them. In this course you will learn the basic postures of T’ai Chi and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of nature. Offered in partnership with Confucius Institute. Note: No class May 18. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Sat, Apr 27-Jun 22

9:30-10:30am

$90

Master Chanwu Li

T’AI CHI CHIH

Tai Chi Chih is a moving meditation consisting of 20 individual movements. Softness and effortlessness are guiding principles. Its primary goal is to accumulate, circulate and balance our intrinsic energy or Chi. Designed to promote feelings of well-being, relaxation and inner peace. Note: No class May 20. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Mon, Apr 29-Jun 24

1:30-2:30pm

$85/75

Larry Firth

YOGA – ADVANCED

This class is designed for those who know basic diaphragmatic breathing, the rudiments of basic postures, are at ease with the asanas practiced in beginner’s class and want to stretch beyond the beginner level. Please bring a yoga mat and large towel or blanket. Note: No class May 20. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Mon, Apr 29-Jun 24

11:00am-12:00pm

$85/$75

Lani Knaus

YOGA – BEGINNERS

Introduce yourself to the world of yoga. You will learn gentle yoga poses and stretches that can safely be done at home. Those with some experience can practice at a slower pace. Please bring a yoga mat and large towel or blanket. Note: No class May 20.

Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Mon, Apr 29-Jun 24

12:15-1:15pm

$85/$75

Lani Knaus

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YOGA – CHAIR

In this introductory course we will be adapting yoga practices with use of chairs and other props. This class is designed for individuals with chronic conditions who want to maintain their flexibility, balance and strength. Please bring a yoga mat. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Thu, May 2-Jun 20

12:30-1:30pm

$85/$75

Mary Anne Schweiller

YOGA – MULTI-LEVEL

If you have learned the basics, you are ready to move on. You will be guided to adapt the practice to your own level. Emphasis will be on breathing, classic yoga poses and relaxation techniques. Please bring a yoga mat and large towel or blanket. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 1-Jun 19

10:30-11:30am

$85/$75

Lani Knaus

YOGA RESTORATIVE

This will be a gentle class for people who have low energy, chronic health problems, are recovering from illness or injury, or just want a gentler practice. It is suitable for beginners as well as continuing students. Most of the practice will be done lying on the floor. Please bring a yoga mat and large towel or blanket. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 1-Jun 19

12:00-1:00pm

$85/$75

Lani Knaus

ZUMBA GOLD

Zumba Gold is for active older adults and those looking for a class that recreates Latin dance inspired moves you love at a lower intensity. The class introduces easy-to-follow choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination. Please bring athletic shoes for indoor use and water to keep hydrated during the workout! Note: No class May 20. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Mon, Apr 29-Jun 24

4:00-5:00pm

$85/$75

Angel Alstad

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HEALTH APPROACHES TO HEALTH - NEW

This course explores four approaches to understanding health and addressing illness, with particular attention given to health concerns of the aging body. Each week will feature a practitioner from the areas of Massage Therapy, Chiropractic Care, Naturopathic Medicine, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructors

Fri, May 31-Jun 21

9:30-11:30am

$80/$70

Dr. Doug Pattison; Heather Ireland, RMT; Dr. Vanessa DiCicco, ND & Dr. Jonathan Bablad, ND; Matthew Norick

POWER OF ATTORNEY AND YOU

Learn about personal and property guardianship, powers of attorney, and the role the Public Guardian and Trustee plays in tackling the growing problem of financial abuse. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Facilitator

Wed, Apr 24

10:00am-11:30am

FREE

Erin Claussen-Lockert

WATER CHALLENGES OF THE QU'APPELLE CHAIN

Join Chief Matthew Peigan of Pasqua First Nation to learn about the water supply challenges of the Qu'Appelle water chain. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Facilitator

Tue, Apr 23

1:30-3:00pm

FREE

Chief Matthew Peigan

WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS FREE monthly program co-sponsored by Lifelong Learning Centre and the Saskatchewan Health Authority. Time:

12:00-1:00pm

Location:

College Building Room 112

Cost:

FREE

NOT TOO OLD! EXERCISE AND NUTRITION

The notion of "I'm too old to do that" is becoming less valid in the context of older adults and exercise. During this presentation we will challenge the idea that "power training," an exercise modality typically seen and performed in the athletic context, is not only safe but also effective for improving muscle performance characteristics in older adults. We will also

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discuss a dietary supplement which is naturally produced in the body that may further enhance muscle performance adaptions. Day

Presenter

Wed, Apr 24

Patrick Bernat, Exercise Physiologist

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT HAVING AN ANESTHETIC

Join Dr. Jurgen Maslany to discuss the options, risks and implications of undergoing anesthesia. Day

Presenter

Wed, May 15

Dr. Jurgen Maslany

GAMBLING AWARENESS

Join Katelyn Selanders from Canadian Mental Health Association to increase your awareness of current gambling trends and issues in Saskatchewan. Casino trips, BINGO nights and friendly bets on card games can be a great way to build a friendship, get out of the house, or just relax and be entertained! But, do the benefits outweigh the risks or is gambling inherently problematic? Is gambling today different than it was a few decades ago? Should I be worried about the gambling behaviour of a friend or adult child? All of these questions, as well as up-to-date-information on gambling trends and gamblingrelated mobile gaming, will be explored in this presentation. Day

Presenter

Wed, Jun 12

Katelyn Selanders

LIFESTYLE COFFEE APPRECIATION – NEW

Join professional coffee roaster, Eric Galbraith, to discover more about the magic behind your beloved cup of coffee! Learn about bean varieties, roasting methods, brewing techniques and how to properly appreciate the medley of flavours hidden in your cup. Cost of coffee samples and a pastry included in course fee. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Sat, May 11

9:30am-12:00pm

$35

Eric Galbraith

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CHINESE COOKING

It is wonderful to enjoy friends and food from afar! Take this course so that you can treat your guests to a lovely Chinese meal prepared by YOU! This course will cover basic knife skills and will provide opportunity to learn about various styles of Chinese cuisine and to try 4 Chinese recipes. At the end of the course, you will be able to make two classic main courses and two dim sum dishes. Please Note: $60 for materials fee included in course fee. Class is in Campbell Collegiate Room 120. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Thu, May 9-30

6:30-8:30pm

$160

Kitty Chan

GARDENING BOOT CAMP

For beginners looking for the fundamentals to the garden guru seeking expert advice – all will benefit from an evening at gardening boot camp! Join Master Gardener, Sheila Bonneteau, to discuss bad habits that hold our gardens back, everyday gardening challenges, soil and irrigation management, plant life and landscape issues with countless tips from the pros. Extra time will be set aside for questions you may have about your own gardens, flower containers and yards. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Tue, Apr 30

7:00-9:00pm

$30

Sheila Bonneteau

GROWING A TEA AND HERB GARDEN – NEW

Even in the tiniest spaces, herbs can be grown and thrive. Culinary and tea blending is a perfectly simple way to access the gourmet and medicinal benefits of the herbs we can grow at home. Learn the skills required to grow herbs for maximum flavour, proper drying and storage techniques and blends for different recipes and teas. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Tue, May 7

7:00-9:00pm

$30

Sheila Bonneteau

INTERMEDIATE BEEKEEPING

This course is intended for those who have previously kept honeybees. Lessons will primarily occur in the classroom, but weather permitting, a few lessons will take place at a local apiary. Topics include: honeybee biology, identifying diseases, integrated pest management, preventing swarms, re-queening, splitting, introduction to queen rearing, record keeping, and legal matters. Students should expect to be stung. Offered in partnership with the Regina and District Bee Club. Note: No class May 20.

Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Mon, Apr 29-Jun 24

7:00-9:00pm

$125

Andrew Hamilton

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ORGANIC PEST CONTROL

Learn to strike a balance between protecting your home garden from destructive insects and pests while safeguarding the environment and your health. Gain insight to preventative and biological strategies that can help you manage pests in your vegetable garden and yard. Beneficial insects, pest management plans and organic controls will be discussed. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Tue, May 14

7:00-9:00pm

$30

Sheila Bonneteau

ONLINE DATING: NAVIGATING YOUR SEARCH

The course “Online Dating, Navigating Your Search" is back by popular demand! Up your dating game by learning about dating sites, tips on creating a great profile, how to increase the right kind of traffic, how to identify red flags online, and gain an understanding of the 10 different types of people you may meet. Learn how to narrow down your search and how to stay safe and optimistic during your online journey. Fill your online dating toolbox with tips from a seasoned online dater. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 29-Jun 5

7:00-9:00pm

$50

Heather Renshaw

OUTDOOR AND TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY – NEW

This photography course will provide participants with a foundation of digital image capture and processing. It is aimed at novice photographers and those with intermediate skill levels. The course will consist of two in-class lectures, with a break for participants to practice their newly acquired skills. Participants will gain necessary knowledge and skills to understand how digital cameras see and record light, how to visualize and compose their images, and master creative use of lenses and camera settings to control perspective and depth of field. In the second class, we will help you prepare to take stronger photographs during your travels. We will complete the course by covering the essentials of digital image editing, processing, archiving and preparing for print or social media use. The course will inspire and enable you to improve your photography skills and take more meaningful and better photographs. Students are required to have access to a digital camera with a zoom lens. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Sat, May 11 & 25

12:00-4:00pm

$100

Branimir Gjetvaj

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LANGUAGES SPANISH Required textbook Spanish Now is for all Spanish courses at LLC and can be purchased from Student Services Office in College Building Room 118. Spanish 1

Going to Spain? Mexico? South America? Here is your opportunity to learn Spanish and discover Hispanic culture and people. This informal introduction is for absolute beginners. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 1-Jun 19

9:30-11:30am

$155/$140

Sergio Quezada

Spanish 1 (Evening)

Going to Spain? Mexico? South America? Here is your opportunity to learn Spanish and discover Hispanic culture and people. This informal introduction is for absolute beginners. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Tue, Apr 30-Jun 18

7:00-9:00pm

$175

Edith Brockhill

Spanish 2

This course is for those with basic Spanish vocabulary and pronunciation skills. You will be able to improve your fluency and learn more about exciting Hispanic culture. Prerequisite: Spanish 1 or some basic Spanish skills. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Fri, May 3-Jun 21

9:30-11:30am

$155/$140

Sergio Quezada

Spanish 2 (Evening)

This course is for those with basic Spanish vocabulary and pronunciation skills. You will be able to improve your fluency and learn more about exciting Hispanic culture. Prerequisite: Spanish 1 or some basic Spanish skills. No class May 20.

Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Mon, Apr 29-Jun 24

7:00-9:00pm

$175

Edith Brockhill

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Spanish 3

This is your chance to improve your Spanish. The course is designed for those with good Spanish vocabulary and pronunciation skills. Learn more about the interesting Hispanic culture. Prerequisite: Spanish 2 or more than basic Spanish skills. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Thu, May 2-Jun 20

1:00-3:00pm

$155/$140

Sergio Quezada

Spanish 3 (Evening)

This is your chance to improve your Spanish. The course is designed for those with good Spanish vocabulary and pronunciation skills. Learn more about the interesting Hispanic culture. Prerequisite: Spanish 2 or more than basic Spanish skills. Day

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Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Thu, May 2-Jun 20

7:00-9:00pm

$175

Edith Brockhill

Spanish 4

This class is designed for those with intermediate Spanish vocabulary and pronunciation skills. Using a variety of methods you will improve your fluency. Prerequisite: Spanish 3 or intermediate Spanish skills. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 1-Jun 19

1:00-3:00pm

$155/$140

Sergio Quezada

Spanish 5

This class is designed for those with intermediate Spanish vocabulary and pronunciation skills. Using a variety of methods you will improve your fluency. Prerequisite: Spanish 4 or advanced Spanish skills. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Tue, Apr 30-Jun 18

1:00-3:00pm

$155/$140

Sergio Quezada

Spanish Conversation 1

This class will allow students who have completed Spanish 5 or an equivalent advanced course to review and learn more grammar and vocabulary. Students will begin to learn how to carry on a basic conversation in Spanish. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Tue, Apr 30-Jun 18

9:30-11:30am

$155/$140

Sergio Quezada

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Spanish Conversation 2

This course will allow students who have taken Spanish Conversation 1 and those who can carry on a basic conversation in Spanish, to put their knowledge of Spanish into practice. This will be done through conversations related to current events and other topics. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Thu, May 2-Jun 20

9:30-11:30am

$155/$140

Sergio Quezada

Spanish Conversation (Evening)

This class will allow students who have completed Spanish 3 or an equivalent advanced course to put their knowledge of Spanish into practice through conversation related to current events and other topics. Students in this course should be able to carry on a conversation in Spanish. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 1-Jun 19

7:00-9:00pm

$175

Edith Brockhill

FRENCH

Offered in partnership with La CitĂŠ universitaire francophone Required French textbooks can be purchased from Student Services Office in College Building Room 118. French: La joie de vivre 1

Beginner French course in a relaxed group setting intended for older adults. French Now textbook is required for La joie de vivre 1, 2, and 3. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Fri, May 3-Jun 21

9:30-11:30am

$155/$140

Maud Beaulieu

French: La joie de vivre 2

For those who have completed French 1 and wish to pursue French further in a relaxed group setting, intended for older adults. French Now textbook is required for La joie de

vivre 1, 2, and 3. Note: No class May 20.

Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Mon, Apr 29-Jun 24

9:30-11:30am

$155/$140

Maud Beaulieu

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French: La joie de vivre 3

For those who have completed French 2 and wish to pursue French further in a relaxed group setting, intended for older adults. French Now textbook is required for La joie de

vivre 1, 2, and 3. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 1-Jun 19

9:30-11:30am

$155/$140

Maud Beaulieu

French: La vie en rose

For advanced beginner adults who have completed classes using the French Now workbook and wish to enhance their knowledge and communication skills in a relaxed group setting. En avant la grammaire! Textbook is required for this course. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Tue, Apr 30-Jun 18

9:30-11:30am

$155/$140

Maud Beaulieu

CHINESE

Offered in partnership with Confucius Institute Customized Chinese Language Courses

The Confucius Institute at the University of Regina offers customized Chinese language courses for individuals, groups, corporations and government organizations from all industries. Course selection includes Chinese for Beginners, Chinese for Business, Chinese for Travel and HSK Chinese proficiency exam preparation. Courses can be scheduled at your convenience between April 29 and June 21. Sessions are two hours long and course fee is $220 for 12 sessions. Please see course descriptions below. To arrange your course email Confucius.Institute@uregina.ca or call 306-337-2653. Chinese for Beginners

This course focuses on basic Chinese conversation skills, including pronunciation (Chinese Pinyin), vocabulary (i.e. numbers, food, color) and sentence patterns. You will learn to make simple conversation, such as greetings, telling time, shopping and ordering food. Intermediate Chinese I This course will allow students who have completed Chinese for Beginners to put their knowledge into practice. They will be able to advance their Chinese language proficiency through reading, writing, listening and speaking practices. Chinese for Business

This course focuses on basic Chinese grammar, sentence structure and phrases. By the end of this course, you will be able to use appropriate expressions in casual or formal

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occasions including making introductions, checking in at hotels, exchanging business cards, making telephone calls and making appointments. Chinese Hànyû Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) Preparation Course

The new HSK is an international standardized exam that tests Chinese language proficiency. It assesses non-native Chinese speakers’ abilities in using the Chinese language in their daily, academic and professional lives. This course will help you to prepare for the HSK exam.

SCIENCE ASTRONOMY: SPRING STARS AND PLANETS

Have you ever wanted to know the name of that bright star you keep seeing? Or find constellations beyond the Big Dipper? Perhaps you wish to learn how to use that telescope gathering dust in your closet? Join us this spring when the sky comes alive with the Moon, Meteors, Jupiter and more as galaxies rise high overhead allowing us to see these distant celestial sights as meteors streak by during one of the many springtime meteor showers. During class sessions you will learn how to identify stars and constellations, learn about their history and some mythology and after class enjoy views of the craters on our moon and storms brewing on Jupiter. Star maps, guides and other materials will be provided to keep you learning the night sky for years to come. Day

Time

Fee

Instructor

Thu, May 2-Jun 20

7:00-9:00pm

$125

Chris Beckett

BRAIN ON FIRE – NEW

The brain is an incredible organ that ignites the spark of human creativity. But what happens when that spark becomes a fire that threatens normal brain function? In this course we will continue to explore illnesses that affect the brain. The focus will be on Bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Addictions. We will discuss causes, symptoms and treatments. Class discussion will be encouraged. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 1-22

1:30-3:30pm

$80/$70

Emilie Kossick

NEW

BREATH OF FRESH AIR: UNDERSTANDING HOW AND WHY WE BREATHE

One part of our everyday health that we often take for granted is breathing. Simply put, you cannot function without that lung full of fresh air that you take in. Yet the process by which you breathe is actually quite complicated and elegant at the same time!! In this course we will examine exactly how breathing works in humans as well as compare this process with other organisms. Other areas that will be covered, will include breathing in different

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environments (e.g. SCUBA, mountains, and airplanes). Anatomical dissections and physiological models will be utilized in class where appropriated. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 29-Jun 19

1:30-3:30pm

$80/$70

Dr. Josef Buttigieg

SOCIAL STUDIES: HISTORY, POLITICS, RELIGION & MORE ANCIENT CULTURES & PLACES

See how archaeological research has helped us understand the cultures found in select places in various parts of the world through lectures, videos and slide shows. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Thu, May 2-Jun 20

9:30-11:30am

$105/$90

Dr. Ray Cleveland

CHALLENGES WITHIN RELIGIONS

From time immemorial, the human mind has wanted to question, to analyze, to modify ideas and concepts presented by other human minds. Some of these beliefs and philosophies have led to – at times deadly – conflicts between factions, known as heresies and leading to schisms. What effect did these have on our present society? Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Tue, Apr 30-Jun 18

9:30-11:30am

$105/$90

Adrian Tatarinoff

GODDESSES AND WOMEN IN RELIGION

Religious traditions are often defined by their relationship to the divine. Goddesses and exemplary women have played important roles in the history and development of religious traditions and societies more broadly. This course will examine various religious traditions with an emphasis on assessing the status, worship, and functions of goddesses and exemplary women historically and today. Topics will include how scholars approach studying women and religion, myths and rituals involving goddesses, living goddesses, popular culture, and appropriations of goddess traditions. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Thu, May 2-Jun 20

1:30-3:30pm

$105/$90

Dr. Michelle Folk

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MIDDLE EAST CURRENT AFFAIRS

If you have an interest in Middle Eastern and Central Asian affairs, join us for weekly lectures about current issues in these regions. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Wed, May 1-Jun 19

9:30-11:30am

$105/$90

Dr. Ray Cleveland

NUMBERED TREATIES OF CANADA – NEW

This course is a review of the Numbered Treaties in Canada with a specific focus on the Prairie Treaties. The First Nations and Government interpretations of the Treaties will be presented and framed within a contemporary context. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Facilitator

Tue, Apr 30-Jun 18

1:30-3:30pm

$105/$90

Danette Starblanket

WRITING & LITERATURE CREATIVE WRITING

The best way to learn how to write is to write! This class allows you to share your writing and listen to the words of others who have a variety of interests and experiences. The opportunity to learn by listening supports the development of one’s writing skills and encourages individual participation in a supportive group setting. Participants take turns moderating weekly sessions which feature writings based on topics suggested a week in advance. There is no instructor, and no previous writing experience is necessary. Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Facilitator

Thu, May 2-Jun 20

1:30-3:30pm

$85/$65

Alice Kellendonk

EARLY PRINTED BOOKS – NEW

These discussions will investigate themes in the political, religious and social history of the years 1550 to 1710 in England through the lens of selected books and pamphlets published in those years. Attendees will be able to see these 400-year-old works as they are brought in for discussion. Among them will be Edward Hall, Chronicle of the Two Noble Families of Lancaster and York (1550), John Foxe, The Book of Martyrs (1631/1641), The Works of Charles 1 (1648), The Trial of Dr. Henry Sacheverell (1710) and many more.

Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Facilitator

Tue, May 28-Jun 18

1:30-3:30pm

$80/$70

Dr. Robin Swales

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POLITICAL NOVELS OF THE 1840s & 1850s – NEW

The first twenty years of “the age of railways” was a marvelously productive time for British literature. This four-week course will consider a selection of works published between 1840 and 1860, examining their critique of Victorian society and their ideas about progress. The works to be considered, some in more detail than others, will include Carlyle’s Past and Present (1843), Dickens’s Martin Chuzzlewit (1844), Disraeli’s Sybil (1845), Tennyson’s The Princess (1847), Brontë’s Shirley (1849), Kingsley’s Alton Locke (1850), Dickens’s Hard Times (1854), Gaskell’s North and South (1855), Barrett Browning’s Aurora Leigh (1856), Florence Nightingale’s Notes on Nursing (1859) and Thomas Hughes’s Tom Brown at Oxford (1859). The course will attempt to present the literature within the cultural context of these years, from the unemployment crisis of the “Hungry Forties,” to the Great Exhibition of 1851, to the political and scientific debates represented by such works as Mill’s On Liberty and Darwin’s Origin of Species (both 1859), with some reference to other arts (i.e. the Pre-Raphaelite painters and some popular songs of the period). Day

Time

Fee/SUG Fee

Instructor

Tue, May 28-Jun 18

9:30-11:30am

$80/$70

Dr. Alex MacDonald

FRAUD PREVENTION MONTH PRESENTATION FRAUDS, SCAMS AND SAFETY CONCERNS Please join us for a presentation by the Regina Police Service Commercial Crime Unit to learn about current trends in Regina related to fraud scams, internet scams, and safety concerns affecting residents. You will also learn how to protect yourself against identity theft. Following the presentation Officers will be available to answer your questions about frauds and related topics. Drop in for this FREE presentation and discussion with light refreshments provided. Day / Time

Presenter

Thu, Mar 21 from 10:00-11:30 am

Regina Police Service Commercial Crime Unit

This session is made possible thanks to support from the Regina Police Service Commercial Crime Unit, the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program and the Eva Bassett Memorial Fund.

LEARN TO RECOGNIZE – REJECT – REPORT FRAUD

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THURSDAY NOON FORUMS Day:

Thu, 12:00-1:00pm

Room:

College Building Room 112, 2155 College Avenue

Course Fee: $5 unless otherwise stated

WELCOME & ORIENTATION – FREE

If you are a new student at the Lifelong Learning Centre come to our Welcome and Orientation to learn about our program, ask questions, and meet staff, other students, and members of the Seniors’ University Group Board in an informal and comfortable setting. Coffee, light refreshments, and tours to follow. Day

Presenter

Apr 25

LLC Staff & SUG Board Members

BIBLIO FILES: A HISTORY OF THE REGINA PUBLIC LIBRARY

Join Biblio Files editors, Susan Birley, Anne Campbell and Jeannie Mah, to learn about the past hundred years of the Regina Public Library. Discover how the Library evolved, over decades of technological and cultural shifts, to reflect the needs of the community. The RPL story, told through the voices of Chief Librarians, library workers, RPL Board and community members, will be of interest to students of women’s history, social history, cultural institutions and anyone who loves libraries. Day

Presenters

May 2

Anne Campbell, Jeannie Mah and Susan Birley

INDIA 2018: JOURNEY TO LEDAKH

Join Annette Marche as she shares photos and stories from her trip to India in July 2018. Highlights include a hike to Hemis cave, a brief meeting with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Buddhist monasteries and the Golden Temple in Amritsar. Day

Presenter

May 9

Annette Marche

THE RISE OF THE POLITICAL RIGHT AND THE FATE OF MULTICULTURALISM

Is there any hope that multiculturalism will survive alongside the rise of the political right across democracies? Join Dr. Tremblay to learn about what may happen to multiculturalism policies under right-wing governments, including those governments brought to power on the shoulders of populist movements, and why, while the threat to

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multiculturalism is realer than ever, the fate of minority rights in liberal democracies is far from sealed. Day

Presenter

May 16

Dr. Arjun Tremblay

THE ROLE OF COMPANION ANIMALS IN HUMAN HEALTH

This presentation will provide an introduction to the therapeutic role of animals in human health. Discussion will include a brief overview of animal assisted interventions (AAIs), program examples from a variety of settings, and some of the emerging research in this area. Day

Presenter

May 23

Dr. Darlene Chalmers

AGEISM AND THE MEDIA

The Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism has been looking into this issue along with researchers at the University of Regina - and journalists are responding with some startling facts. Not only has there been a drastic reduction of staff in Canadian newsrooms, there’s also been a disproportionate exit of journalists over 50. This means fewer mentors with years of local experience and their carefully collected lists of contacts. Young journalists are still looking for stories, for sources and for expertise. Maybe they would like to find you. Day

Presenter

May 30

Dr. Patricia Bell

SUDETEN ANTI-NAZI EXILES IN SASKATCHEWAN

Join author James Trettwer to learn how a group of ardent anti-Nazis from the Czechoslovak territory of Sudetenland became exiles in 1938 and found their way to Northern Saskatchewan in the Loon Lake and St. Walburg areas. Learn why they chose Saskatchewan, how they survived on farming homesteads, and what became of the people once known as “Sudeten Canadians.” Day

Presenter

Jun 6

James Trettwer

ECONOMY AND IMMIGRATION IN SASKATCHEWAN

Join Dr. Harvey King to learn about the economic impact of immigration in Saskatchewan and to consider the benefits and costs of more or less immigration. Day

Presenter

Jun 13

Dr. Harvey King

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TRAVELOGUE: UTAH AND ARIZONA

Join Kay Antrobus to visit the best of Utah’s Grand Circle of Parks and Monuments. This includes: Snow Canyon, Zion Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef National Park, Arches National Park, Lake Powell, Rainbow Bridge, and Anasanazi and Navajo museums. In Arizona, visit Sedona, Montezuma National Monument, Grand Canyon, Mary Jane Coulter’s architecture, the Colorado River, Peach Springs Canyon, and Route 66. Come enjoy the journey without leaving Regina! Day

Presenter

Jun 20

Kay Antrobus

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GENERAL INFORMATION REGISTRATION FOR SPRING COURSES OPENS MARCH 15 LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE FEE SHARING OR WAIVING POLICY Fee sharing or waiving is available to make it possible for older adults to take LLC daytime courses regardless of income. Information is available upon request by calling Student Services Office at 306-585-5748.

WITHDRAWL POLICY Students who withdraw from a course more than 10 business days before the course start date will be charged an administrative fee of up to $25 unless the withdrawal is for medical or compassionate reasons. Those who withdraw less than 10 business days before the course begins or after it has started, will be charged the full course fee. Please note materials fees are non-refundable. Please see website for full policy and Withdrawal Form. Students may transfer enrolment to another course offered in the same term without charge unless the new course has higher fee. Students also have the option of finding suitable substitute to take their place in the course.

PARKING AT COLLEGE AVENUE CAMPUS You can purchase a parking permit for unlimited parking during the spring term in the parking lot behind the College Building. Parking permits must be purchased in pers on from Student Services Office in Room 118. Hourly paid parking is available in Lot 20 using pay parking machines or cell phone app. From 5:00 pm and on weekends parking at the university is free. There is also free parking on College Avenue and other nea rby streets weekdays and Saturdays with two hour limit.

DONATING TO THE LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE If you wish to support the Lifelong Learning Centre you can donate by: Online:

www.uregina.ca/cce/lifelong

Mail:

Lifelong Learning Centre University of Regina Regina, SK S4S 0A2

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SENIORS’ UNIVERSITY GROUP (SUG) SUG membership is open to those 50 years of age and over who pay the annual membership fee of $30 for the year April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020. You can join or update your membership when you register for courses to receive SUG membership benefits including: 

Lower fees for daytime LLC courses

Live & Learn newsletter

Invitations to special lectures and social events

Participation in active Committees and the SUG Board

Access to University of Regina libraries To get borrowing privileges for U of R libraries, you need to bring your SUG membership receipt to the Archer Library. Staff there will provide you with a Library Card to make it possible for you to borrow books at no charge.

The Seniors’ University Group recently established informal groups interested in doing things together including Gems of Regina Tours to places of interest. Email SUG@uregina.ca if you would like more information about activities they have planned.

Join Seniors’ University Group (SUG) members at their new location for another exciting BIG Book Sale

Highland Curling Club 348 Broad Street – just north of 2nd Ave. North

Donation Dates – July 22 to August 9 only Sale Dates – August 15-17 For more details please visit website www.thebigbooksale.ca

More space, more parking, full concession

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LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE COURSE CHECKLIST Keep track of what you want to take at the Lifelong Learning Centre this Spring. Ancient Cultures and Places $105/$90 Approaches to Health $80/$70 Astronomy: Spring Stars and Planets $125 Basic Smartphone/Tablet Photography and Online Storage $30 Bellyfit Sage - Wisdom in Motion $85/$75 Brain on Fire $80/$70 Breath of Fresh Air: Understanding How and Why We Breathe $80/$70 College Avenue Art Tour Free Challenges Within Religions $105/$90 Chinese Cooking $160 Cinema: Post-World War II British Films $30/$20 Classic Films $30/$20 Cloud Computing $30 Coffee Appreciation $35 Creative Writing $85/$65 Draw A Little, Learn A Lot $135/$125 Early Printed Books $80/$70 Fit for Your Life $105/$90 French: La Joie De Vivre 1 $155/$140 French: La Joie De Vivre 2 $155/$140 French: La Joie De Vivre 3 $155/$140 French: La vie en rose $155/$140 Gardening Boot Camp $30 Goddesses and Women in Religion $105/$90 Growing a Tea and Herb Garden $30 Intermediate Beekeeping $125 iPad Level 1 - Beginner $30 iPad Level 2 - Intermediate $30 Line Dancing $85/$75 Middle East Current Affairs $105/$90 Numbered Treaties of Canada $105/$90 Online Dating: Navigating your Search $50 Organic Pest Control $30 Outdoor and Travel Photography $100 People-Powered Radio Free Political Novels of the 1840s & 1850s $80/$70 Portraits in Radio $80/$70 Power of Attorney and You Free Spanish 1 $155/$140 Spanish 1 (Evening) $175 Spanish 2 $155/$140 Spanish 2 (Evening) $175 Spanish 3 $155/$140 Spanish 3 (Evening) $175 Spanish 4 $155/$140 Spanish 5 $155/$140 Spanish Conversation (Evening) $175 Spanish Conversation 1 $155/$140 Spanish Conversation 2 $155/$140 Stretch and Tone Exercise $105/$90 T'ai Chi $90 T'ai Chi Chih $85/$75

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The Internet of Things $30 Water Challenges of the Qu'Appelle Chain Free Yoga - Advanced $85/$75 Yoga - Beginners $85/$75 Yoga - Chair $85/$75 Yoga - Multi-level $85/$75 Yoga - Restorative $85/$75 Zumba Gold $85/$75

HOW TO REGISTER Online: www.uregina.ca/cce/lifelong By phone: 306-585-5748 In person: Student Services Office College Building Room 118 2155 College Avenue

PROGRAM GUIDE INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE Visit our website for most up-to-date course information as changes may have been made after this Guide was printed. www.uregina.cce/lifelong.ca

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RESEARCH WITH IMPACT The Phenomenon of Fake News $5 The Sixties Scoop $5 Water and Climate Change $5 or $12 to attend all three presentations

You must pre-register for these sessions directly with University of Regina Alumni Engagement Office https://events.eply.com/2019research withimpact If you would like more information phone 306-585-4503.

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Spanish 2 (Evening) 7:00-9:00pm, Apr 29-Jun 24 CB 234 Intermediate Beekeeping 7:00-9:00pm, Apr 29-Jun 24 CB 112

MONDAY EVENINGS

Yoga – Beginners 12:15-1:15pm, Apr 29-Jun 24, CB 230 Creative Writing Critique 1:30-3:30pm, Apr 16, May 13, Jun 17 CB 111 People-Powered Radio 1:30-3:30pm, Apr 22 CB 112 Portraits in Radio 1:30-3:30pm, May 27-Jun 17 CB 112 T’ai Chi Chih 1:30-2:30pm, Apr 29-Jun 24 CB 230 Contemporary Social, Political & Science Concerns 1:45-3:45pm, Apr 29, May 27, Jun 24 CB 111 Zumba Gold 4:00-5:00pm, Apr 29-Jun 24 CB 230

PM

Spanish 5 1:00-3:00pm, Apr 30-Jun 18 CB 111 Water Challenges of the Qu’Appelle Chain 1:30-3:00pm, Apr 23 CB 112 Early Printed Books 9:30-11:30am, May 28-Jun 18 CB 110 Numbered Treaties of Canada 1:30-3:30pm, Apr 30-Jun18 CB 112 Prairie Sages Book Discussion 1:30-3:30pm, Apr 16, May 21* (10:30 am) CB 249 Fit for Your Life 4:00-5:00pm, Apr 30-Jun 20 CB 230

PM

Line Dancing 9:30-10:30am, Apr 30-Jun 18 CB 230 Political Novels of the 1840s & 1850s 9:30-11:30am, May 28-Jun 18 CB 112 French: La vie en rose 9:30-11:30am, Apr 30-Jun 18 CB 249 Spanish Conversation 1 9:30-11:30am, Apr 30-Jun 18 CB 111 Challenges Within Religions 9:30-11:30am, Apr 30-Jun 20 CB110 Stretch & Tone 11:00am-12:00pm, Apr 30-Jun 20 CB 230

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AM

Draw A Little, Learn A Lot 9:30-11:30am, Apr 29-Jun 24 CB 229 French: La joie de vivre 2 9:30-11:30am, Apr 29-Jun 24 CB 249 Yoga - Advanced 11:00-12:00pm, Apr 29-Jun 24 CB 230

TUESDAY

MONDAY

Spanish Conversation (Evening) 7:00-9:00pm, May 1-Jun 19 CB 234 Online Dating: Navigating Your Search 7:00-9:00pm, May 29-Jun 5 CB 234

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS

Yoga - Restorative 12:00-1:00pm, May 1-Jun 19 CB 230 Brain on Fire 1:30-3:30pm, May 1-May 22 CB 112 Breath of Fresh Air: How and Why We Breathe 1:30-3:30pm, May 29-Jun 19 CB 112 Spanish 4 1:00-3:00pm, May 1-Jun 19 CB 111

PM

Middle East Current Affairs 9:30-11:30am, May 1-Jun 19 CB 112 French: La joie de vivre 3 9:30-11:30am, May 1-Jun 19 CB 249 Spanish 1 9:30-11:30am, May 1-Jun 19 CB 111 Yoga - Multi-Level 10:30-11:30am, May 1-Jun 19 CB 230 Power of Attorney and You 10:00am-11:30am, Apr 24 CB 112

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WEDNESDAY

Chinese Cooking 6:30-8:30pm, May 9-30 Campbell Collegiate, Rm 120 Astronomy: Spring Stars and Planets 7:00-9:00pm, May 2-Jun 20 CB 112 Spanish 3 (Evening) 7:00-9:00pm, May 2-Jun 20 CB 234

THURSDAY EVENINGS

Yoga - Chair 12:30-1:30pm, May 2-Jun 27 CB 230 Spanish 3 1:00-3:00pm, May 2-Jun 20 CB 111 Goddesses and Women in Religion 1:30-3:30pm, May 2-Jun 20 CB 112 Creative Writing 1:30-3:30pm, May 2-Jun 20 CB 249 Fit for Your Life 4:00-5:00pm, Apr 30-Jun 20 CB 230

PM

Ancient Cultures & Places 9:30-11:30am, May 2-Jun 20 CB 112 Spanish Conversation 2 9:30-11:30am, May 2-Jun 20 CB 111 Stretch & Tone 11:00am-12:00pm, Apr 30-Jun 20 CB 230

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THURSDAY

T’ai Chi 9:30-10:30am, Apr 27-Jun 22 CB 230 iPad 1 - Beginner 10:00am-12:00pm, May 4 CB 232 iPad 2 - Intermediate 10:00am-12:00pm, May 25 CB 232 The Internet of Things 10:00am-12:00pm, Jun 1 CB 232 Cloud Computing 10:00am-12:00pm, Jun 8 CB 232

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SATURDAY

Classic Films 1:00-3:30pm, Apr 26-May 24 CB 112 Cinema: Post WWII British Films 1:00-3:30pm, May 31-Jun 21 CB 112

PM

CAC Art Tour 10:00-11:30am, Apr 26 CB 112 Approaches to Health 9:30-11:30am, May 31-Jun 21 CB 112 French: La joie de vivre 1 9:30-11:30am, May 3-Jun 21 CB 249 Spanish 2 9:30-11:30am, May 3-Jun 21 CB 111 Bellyfit Sage 10:30-11:30am, May 3-Jun 28 CB 230

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FRIDAY

LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE COURSES AT A GLANCE


CB – College Building 2155 College Avenue

NOTE: No classes on May 18 and 20

Spanish 1 (Evening) 7:00-9:00pm, Apr 30-Jun 18 CB 234 Gardening Bootcamp 7:00-9:00pm, Apr 30 CB 112 Growing a Tea and Herb Garden 7:00-9:00pm, May 7 CB 112 Organic Pest Control 7:00-9:00pm, May 14 CB 112

TUESDAY EVENINGS

Not Too Old! Exercise & Nutrition Apr 24 What To Know About Having An Anesthetic May 15 Gambling Awareness Jun 12

12:00-1:00pm in CB 112

The Following are 12:00-1:00pm in CB 112 Welcome & Orientation - FREE Apr 25 Biblio Files: A History of the Regina Public Library May 2 India 2018: Journey to Ledakh May 9 Rise of the Political Right & the Fate of Multiculturalism May 16 The Role of Companion Animals and Human Health May 23 Ageism and the Media May 30 Sudeten Anti-Nazi Exiles in Saskatchewan Jun 6 Economy and Immigration in Saskatchewan Jun 13 Travelogue: Utah and Arizona Jun 20

THURSDAY NOON FORUMS

WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS Basic Smartphone/Tablet Photography 10:00am-12:00pm, Jun 15 CB 232 Coffee Appreciation 9:30am-12:00pm, May 11 CB 112 Outdoor Travel Photography 12:00-4:00pm, May 11 and 25 CB 110


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Lifelong Learning Centre

SPRING OPEN HOUSE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2019 10:30am-2:30pm College Building Room 112, 2155 College Avenue Join us for displays, presentations, tours, refreshments and more. 10:30am

Women, Exercise and the Brain: Research on Women from LLC with Dr. Holly Bardutz

11:30am

Fitness and Other Courses at LLC with Amani Khan and LLC Instructors

1:00pm

Middle East Current Affairs with Dr. Ray Cleveland

1:30pm

Online Registration Demo with Student Services Staff FREE gift for first 100 people in attendance and Enter Draw for FREE Spring Course!

Spring registration is now open. Register at www.uregina.ca/cce

Lifelong Learning Centre Centre for Continuing Education

Lifelong Learning Program Guide Spring 2019  

Personal enrichment programs at the University of Regina's Centre for Continuing Education for adults.

Lifelong Learning Program Guide Spring 2019  

Personal enrichment programs at the University of Regina's Centre for Continuing Education for adults.

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