The Lifelong Learning program at Canmore Seniors Association aims to enrich the quality of life for seniors in the Bow Valley by providing intellectual stimulation, promoting healthy lifestyles and fostering social interaction.
We welcome occasional non-member guests, but to enjoy regular attendance, please become a member of the CSA.
Funding for this non-profit program comes from voluntary donations at the door.
Lifelong Learning sessions run through the fall, winter and spring at Creekside Hall, Canmore Seniors Centre, on Monday afternoons. Details are available on the CSA’s weekly newsletter, this website, or noticeboards.
Reprints of some past presentations are available online:
- Dr. Martin Tweeddale: End of life – March 9, 2015
- Dr. Carrie Scarff: hearingloss
- Gail Smillie: The Aging Brain: “Neuroscience Proudly Over the Hill” – October 1, 2018
- Tim Giese: The World Hates Plastic Waste – April 8, 2019
Lifelong Learning Committee Members
Lifelong Learning Presentations – Winter 2020
|January 13||Annie Hornett||Nfld/Labrador Culture in Crafts & Health Care|
|January 27||John Reilly||Bad Law – Rethinking Justice by retired local Judge|
|February 10||John Paczkowski||Ecologist, AB Parks, Kananaskis|
|February 24||Andy Esarte||Town Manager of Engineering – Updates on Town Plans|
Fall 2019 Presentations
October 7 “Spirit North” connects, empowers & inspires indigenous youth. Presented by Beckie Scott
- More about Spirit North: https://spiritnorthxc.ca
November 4 From Mining Coal to Mining Data. Presented by Brian McClure
- More about Innovate Canmore: https://www.innovatecanmore.com
November 18 History of McDougall Memorial Church, Exshaw. Presented by Brenda McQueen
- More about the McDougall Stoney Mission Society
December 2 A Journey of Discovery. Presented by Michael Weaver