Do you have a curious mind and a passion for knowledge? Do you seek new friends and a community that shares the love of learning? Then the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Arizona (OLLI-UA), a premier life enriching noncredit education program for adults aged 50+, is the place for you. The OLLI-UA Southeast Tucson Campus is gearing up for its spring semester with a kickoff Discover OLLI-UA event.  Now is the perfect opportunity to learn about the 20+ classes being offered this coming February and March right here in Vail.

Discover OLLI-UA Southeast Tucson will be held Wed, Jan 17, at 1:00 PM at the Del Webb at Rancho del Lago Lodge, 10260 South Blendu Way in Vail. The volunteer run nonprofit organization has a variety of classes, field trips and engaging social events with sessions covering history, science, art, culinary arts, local field trips, dining out adventures and more.

Sample offerings include: World War I – 100 Years Ago, The Cold War & the Fifties, War of 1812- The Canadian Perspective, Intro to Rodeo, Characters of the Southwest, a Culinary Series, George Washington – Superstar First President in Art, Monument Mania- National Monuments As Works of Art, Horatio’s Drive – America’s First Road Trip, Science Series-The Health of Our Oceans and Immortality & Eternal Youth, Psychology of Aging, Hands On Art, Curiosity Stream: Superhuman Capabilities, Gilbert Stuart – Father of American Portraiture, exclusive dining out with OLLI events and more.

The Southeast Tucson spring semester runs February 5th through March 30th, 2018.  Classes will be posted at starting January 15th with registration open from January 15th to the 28th.  Those interested in the Discover OLLI-UA Southeast Tucson event are encouraged to RSVP at

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