Discovery: The Path to Lifelong Learning
The Lifelong Learning Committee is now celebrating its tenth year bringing programs of general information, cultural themes and current events. The committee is reaching out to invite you to join our committee and participate in an interesting and rewarding experience to help enrich all of our lives. Hingham has many interesting and talented individuals exhibiting community spirit and we would enjoy hearing from you and working with you to develop a course of lecture in your area of expertise. Registration takes place at the Hingham Senior Center, 224 Central Street, MA 781-741-1458. Join your friends and learn something new and interesting.
|Anne Marie Gean|
Please click on link below for class details and registration information or contact the Senior Center directly 781-741-1458.
April 12th through May 17, 2022 at 1:00 pm @ The Hingham Public Library (six week session)
The Great American Songbook; American popular songs and jazz standards from the early and mid 20th century highlighted by longtime radio veteran Larry King.
May 24th @ 2:00 pm (In person only at the Senior Center no Zoom option)
Art For Your Mind: Norman Rockwell Remembered: A chance to experience many beloved images by Rockwell, to learn about the way he worked, and to hear the stories behind his choices and inspirations. This program is for people of all backgrounds - artists and no-artists alike. Hosted by: Jill Sanford owner, creator and primary presenter of Art for Your Mind.
June 4th through June 28th @ 2:00 pm (Program fee 20.00) Presented live at the Hingham Senior Center
The Tumultuous Times of the 1960's This course will provide greater insight into this contentious decade of the 1960's. Jason Roberts is a History and Government instructor at Quincy College.