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Adventures in Learning

Even Though The Fall Session is in Full Swing - It's Not Too Late

If you haven't been able to attend the initial sessions, it's still not too late to register and attend Adventures in Learning's Fall Term.  What will you be missing if you don't? 

Being one of a record 580+ participants who are learning and being entertained by such diverse subjects and activities as: Big Band and Folk music; Medieval Church Architecture; Painting, Arts & Crafts; British Poetry; Exercise Classes; U.S. Foriegn Policy and much more!

As Yogi said, it's not over 'til it's over.  Call the office today and 225-6073 and join us next Wednesday for the rest of the Fall Term.



Mark Your Calendars:

  • Fall Term—September 16—November 5
  • Winter Term—January 20—March 10
  • Spring Term—April 6—May 26

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What Goes on at AIL?

Mah Jongg & More

Intense competition with friendly fellowship happens every week during Adventures in Learning. If you haven't experienced it, come join us this fall!

William Moore Leads Popular "Great Books" Class

Great Books

Great Books, presented by Bill Moore, is one of our ever-popular classes at Adventures in Learning. In fact, so much so that it's presented in both morning and afternoon sessions at each and every term. This is quite a commitment on the part of Bill Moore and we thank him for his dedication to AIL.

LifeQuest - In the News

Celebrating 34 Years of LifeQuest

On October 7, LifeQuest will celebrate 34 years of life-long learning at our Founders' Day luncheon at noon in the Great Hall of Second Presbyterian Church. Tickets are $8 and you can reserve your seat by calling the office at 225-6073 or email We hope you will join us for this celebration! 

"Dinner with Chef"

Pulaski Tech played host to an attentive group from LifeQuest for the second evening of Dinner with the Chef

Once again, LifeQuesters will enjoy good company, wonderful meals and conversations with well-known local chefs. Dinner with the Chef was a new "extra-curricular" offering last year. It's great popularity is reflected in the numbers making reservations for this summer's offerings: Terry's Finer Foods, Pulaski Tech Culinary Institute, Caper's and Marlsgate Plantation.

I could certainly go for a lamb chop like this, couldn't you?

Above Chef Jeffery Moore addresses the crowd of 42 who enjoyed a delicious meal at Terry's.