Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning

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, our Home Page, or noticeboards.

Reprints of some past presentations are available online:

A facilitated small study group meets regularly to discuss topics selected by the group. For more information contact Laureljpaterson@gmail.com

Canmore Seniors Association – Lifelong Learning Presentations – 2018-2019

Date Presenter Topic
October 1 Gail Smillie The Aging Brain – Neuroscience Proudly Over the Hill
October 15 Karl Wahl, Spiritual Gerontologist Needs of Aging
October 29 John Martland, Sal LoVecchio, C.D. Evans The Stanley/Boushie Trial: Revisited
November 12 Ian Wilson, Jacinthe Lavoie, Bird Photographers Wings Over Canada
November 26 Dr. Marie-Pierre Rogeau Historical Fire Regime of Southern Alberta
December No presentations
January 14 Jeremy Mackenzie, Public Safety Specialist, Alberta Parks Kananaskis Avalanche Rescue
January 28 Michael Fark Work of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders)
February 11 Sgt. John Eneas. RCMP Direction of Policing in the Community
February 25 Dr. Martin Tweeddale The What, Why, When and Where of Palliative Care
March 11 Simon Robins, Town of Canmore Town of Canmore Solid Waste Services
March 25 Bob Worthingham, Worthingham Professional Services Let’s Talk Pipelines
April 8 Open
April 22 John Huyer, Photographer Zimbabwe and  Botswana