Leading Opera expert Iain Scott in discussion with Later Life Learning Members.

Later Life Learning(LLL) is a non-profit educational program for retired individuals. Its current membership is over 1,500.

A volunteer Board of Directors manages LLL, ensuring that three, 10-week lecture series are offered twice a year in the winter and autumn held in Town Hall at Innis College. The fall 2018 lecture series are Best of Ballet; You Say You Want a Revolution? 1968: The Year the World Shook, Canada's Response to Refugee Migration-An Historical Overview all to be held at Innis College, Town Hall and Suspense Craft: the Gripping Genius of Alfred Hitchcock to be beld at Hot Docs, Ted Rogers Cinema.

One 10-week lecture series costs $60.

Monday and Friday lectures are presented in Town Hall at Innis College on the northwest corner of St. George Street and Sussex Avenue, one block south of Bloor Street. The Tuesday lecture is held at Hot Docs, Ted Rogers Cinema.

LLL was established in 1981 when a number of individuals joined with the University of Toronto to form a group that sponsors university level courses for people in their retirement years.

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