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ElderCollege: From Shakespeare to iPhones

ElderCollege: From Shakespeare to iPhones

Sunshine Coast ElderCollege invites the community aged 55-plus to attend a free preview of its fall 2018 courses on Thursday, Aug. 23, 10-11:30am at Capilano University’s Sechelt Campus.

ElderCollege works in partnership with the Sunshine Coast Regional District for registration and program advertising and in association with Capilano University. Most courses are held at the Sechelt Campus of CapU. We are happy to announce that the fees are still only $36.75 (GST included).

Courses include: “Shakespeare: Villains, Fools and Fairy Tales” with Viveca Ohm; “Hot Topics” with Terry Webb and Daryl Stennet; “Artists in the Studio” with Theresa Lee, Tim Kline, Marlene Vermeulen, Motoko Baum and Derek Georgeson; “Imagining Animals: On Badgers, Raccoons and Writing Animal Histories” with Daniel Justice; “An Introduction to your iPad” with David Marsh and Marcia Timbres; “Create and Share Stunning Photos with Your iPhone” with Jack Pope; “Riding the Rollercoaster: Transformation of the BC Economy” with Brett McGillivray;  “Revealing the Invisible: the Art and Science of the Microscope” with Michael Bradley; “Adventures in Travel” with various presenters;  “Foraging for Mushrooms” with John Field;  “Music To My Ears” with Ken Johnson, Randeesh Goff and Sam Hope;  “Don’t Fall for Fraud” with RCMP Sgt. Michael Hacker; “The History of Food: Growing, Cooking, Eating” with Christine Pawley and Rosemary Bates; “Citizen Science and the Marine Ecosystem” with Lee-Ann Ennis.

Students can register by phone (604 885 6801), on the SCRD website ( or in person at the Sechelt Aquatic Centre or the Gibsons and Area Community Centre or at the Pender Harbour Aquatic and Fitness Centre.

For more Information or to contact ElderCollege:

ElderCollege is a community of people aged 55-plus with a zest for learning and exploring life as we continue to broaden our horizons.  Our volunteer experts offer a wealth of valuable courses and activities throughout the year to the Sunshine Coast Community.


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