The Spring 2016
Lifelong Learning Line-Up
All programs are free and open to the public.  Please join us!

 The Writing Life: The Good, the Bad and the Reality
  • Tuesday, January 12 at 7:00 p.m. at Trails Regional Library, 432 N. Holden in Warrensburg,
  • Presenter: Warren C. “Rip” Ripley, author of the Wyatt Storme and Cole Springer mystery-thriller series
  • Co-sponsor: Old Drum Open Mic
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You Gotta Have Heart: Keeping it Healthy  
  • Thursday, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Western Missouri Medical Center’s Classroom 1, 403 Burkarth Rd. in Warrensburg
  • Presenter: Susie Miller, RD, LD, CDE and Western Missouri Medical Center (WMMC) outpatient educator 
  • Note: The WMMC Classroom Room 1 is located on the main floor. You may enter through either the Main Entrance or the Rehabilitation Services doors. 
  • Co-sponsor: Western Missouri Medical Center
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All Atwitter in London: New Media in Two Centuries  
  • Tuesday, March 15 at 7:00 p.m. at Trails Regional Library,
  • 432 N. Holden in Warrensburg
  • Presenter: Kathy Leicht, PhD and UCM professor of English
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Electrifying Your Commute: Why You Should be Driving Electric 
  • Friday, April 22 at 3:00 p.m. at UCM’s Missouri Safety Center, 1200 S. Holden St. in Warrensburg  
  • Presenter: Alexander Richards, UCM assistant professor of Automotive Technology Management 
  • See the magic – electric vehicles will be on display!
  • Co-sponsor: UCM Office of Sustainability
 
Upcycled Art 
  • Thursday, May 19 at 7:00 p.m.in the Warrensburg Community Center, 445 E Gay St. in Warrensburg
  • Presenters: Members of Mid-Mo Artists  
 
 



Welcome to Lifelong Learning at the University of Central Missouri for the 2015-2016 school year!

August 15, 2015 marks the beginning of the 6th year of programming for Lifelong Learning at UCM (LLL).
Each year, the LLL board produces two semesters of engaging, educational programs available for all community members. Programs feature experts from many fields and are designed to appeal to people from a variety of backgrounds and interests.
LLL is one of the University of Central Missouri's investments in the culture and education of mid-Missouri residents. It is the product of a dedicated group of volunteers and wouldn't be possible without the support of an eager audience. If you've been in one of our audiences before, I say thank you on behalf of the board. If you haven't, come join us and you'll see just how entertaining and enriching our programs can be.
Kyle Constant
Lifelong Learning Chair


At the University of Central Missouri, LLL is supported by Extended Studies, and is affiliated with the Alumni Association, the Emeriti Association, and the James C. Kirkpatrick Library. In addition, the Trails Regional Library is a community affiliate.

The LLL motto is: “Community programs for continued learning for all.”  We look forward to seeing you at future programs.  All programs are free and open to the public.

Subpages (1): Spring 2015 Programs