OLLI Classes in Healdsburg to Stay

Response to trial run positive, organizers say.


As we reported last fall on Healdsburg Patch, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute classes in Healdsburg were launched at Villa Chanticleer for a trial period to see if people would attend the eclectic curriculum.

According to the Press Democrat, the response to OLLI, as the program is popularly known, has been so positive that organizers have decided to make the arrangement permanent.

The classes are run out of Sonoma State University, which is the local OLLI headquarters.

To see a copy of the Press Democrat story, click here.

To see the OLLI program website, click here.

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Christian Kallen December 18, 2012 at 05:30 PM
One of their classes at the Villa is "Exploring Jazz: An American Music, from Jan 24 for six weeks. Since we have the Healdsburg Jazz Festival in town this is a good opportunity to get a deeper understanding of the music. Also, check out the website www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org - they have a chance to win two seats in the class.
Keri Brenner December 18, 2012 at 08:26 PM
Great idea, Christian. Thanks for heads up!


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