Have a curious mind? Want to explore new interests and learn new skills with a group of like-minded people? Would you like to meet new friends, and have some fun at the same time?
Greater Trail Life-Long Learners (GTLL) is a group of people working in partnership with Selkirk College who are keen to continue learning at any age. A small annual membership fee allows you access to monthly presentations on topics such as social justice issues, gardening, travel, local history, health, services for seniors, and more!
GTLLL's upcoming program will consist of monthly presentations that will focus on one of our important ongoing mandates, third age learning. In response to the challenges of access to Selkirk’s campus and continuing social distancing requirements, in-person attendance at monthly presentations must be limited; however, every effort will be made to also allow members to join presentations from home via Zoom.
Who We Are
GTLLL offers the opportunity to explore old and new interests in a relaxed and stimulating learning environment. GTLLL, a volunteer organization, is working in partnership with Community Education & Workplace Training at Selkirk College to develop and build a diverse program of speakers, courses and other activities for its members.
How to Participate
Become a member by registering here or by phoning (250) 364-5770.
Sign up to attend presentations (either in person or by Zoom) by contacting Carol Currie.
Besides membership, volunteering is a great way to get to develop and keep your skills sharp, while you help to keep GTLLL vital in the Trail area. There will be opportunities to volunteer for: Program Planning, Social, Communications, Membership, Finance, Archives, Safety and Audio/Visual.
To learn more, please email Carol Currie.