Lifelong Learning

Celebrating 10 Years!!

See the history:  Canmore Seniors 10th ANN ***NEW***

Upcoming Lifelong Learning Presentations

Feb 2022

Date/Time Description

Mon Feb 07

2:00 pm -
3:00 pm

Lifelong Learning – Y2Y Wildlife Corridors in The Bow Valley and Beyond
Presented by: Tim Johnson View Details

Mar 2022

Date/Time Description

Mon Mar 14

2:00 pm -
3:00 pm

Lifelong Learning – Jim Olzer – Banff Centre Presentation
Presented by: View Details

Mon Mar 28

2:00 pm -
3:00 pm

Lifelong Learning – Tony Bloom
Presented by: Tony Bloom View Details

Apr 2022

Date/Time Description

Mon Apr 11

2:00 pm -
3:00 pm

Lifelong Learning – Maryann Ayim – Hiking the Bow Valley
Presented by: Maryann Ayim View Details

Mon Apr 25

2:00 pm -
3:00 pm

Lifelong Learning – Marie-Pierre Chappeland – Kananaskis Stewards
Presented by: Marie-Pierre Chappeland View Details

Interesting, inspiring, informative, and challenging:

In our Lifelong Learning sessions experts and enthusiasts share their passions, 

experience, and knowledge.

As we celebrate our tenth anniversary and after many months of broadcasting our Lifelong Learning presentations via Zoom, we are pleased to announce the resumption of in-person sessions.   

Presentations will take place in Creekside Hall, starting November 29 at 2pm, on alternate Mondays, subject to changes in Government Covid-19 controls. We publish details of all Lifelong Learning sessions in the CSA’s Paper Trail and on this page.   

To attend, you must comply with current CSA Covid-19 restrictions/requirements.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Thank you to the Rotary Club of Canmore for their generous sponsorship of the 2021-22 Lifelong Learning season.


Lifelong Learning Committee Members 2020 – 2021

Chris Duncan-Webb (Chair) 403-707-8811
Frank McIntyre 403-993-6673
Jamie Konecny 403-678-8795
Karl Wahl 403-675-1632
Nancy Townshend 403-678-9982
Pat Grayling 403-678-2475
Ray Egerton 403-609-9454
Sheilagh Ross

Past Presentations (Winter/Spring 2022)

January 24:  John Borrowman – Reflections on 48 Years in the Bow Valley