Lifelong Learning Society

LifeLong Learning Society Brochure - Fall 2019.The Lifelong Learning Society program is held at the Temple University Ambler campus, located at 580 Meetinghouse Road, Ambler, PA 19002.

If you enjoy active, stimulating classes with great teachers, topics, and students, the Lifelong Learning Society series of classes is for you!

Classes are designed for learners 50 and up, but adult learners of all ages are welcome. After paying the fall semester fee ($109), you may enroll in as many of the Lifelong Learning Society courses as you like.

Apply Now! The Fall 2019 Lifelong Learning Society will begin on October 14, 2019.

The Lifelong Learning Society Open House for prospective members will take place on Wednesday, October 2, at 11 a.m. This is a great opportunity to get to know us! Please contact us by phone at 267-468-8500 or e-mail at for more information or to receive a brochure by mail. Download a Fall 2019 brochure.

Apply Now for FALL 2019 CLASSES

MONDAY SESSIONS: Monday sessions start October 14 and run through November 18, 2019.

9:30 to 10:50 AM

Surrealism and Abstract Art - Art, Music, and Literature from Picasso to John Lennon (NOTE: change of time: 9 AM to 10:20 AM)

Life in Colonial Times

Satellite/Spies in the Sky

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM: Lectures that Matter - Featuring a different lecture each week

Oct. 14: Maximize Your Memory

Oct. 21: The Good, Bad, and the Ugly Medicines - a Double-Edged Sword

Oct. 28: A Few of Philadelphia's Witches and Weirdos

Nov. 4: Early History of American Music up to the 1920s

Nov. 11: Harlem Hell Fighters and their Band

Nov. 18: Name that Tune

Satellite/Spies in the Sky

12:40 to 2:00 PM

South America

Tech Talk: Tech for Seniors

What is Islam?

WEDNESDAY SESSIONS: Wednesday sessions start October 16 and run through November 20

9:30 to 10:50 AM

Jazz Masters

A Forum on National and International Events

Mind Science: Rationality, Consciousness, Mindfulness, and Memory

11:00 AM to 12:20 PM

Mueller Report: A Reappraisal

Play Reading 101

Secularisms of the 19th and 20th Centuries

1:00to 2:00 PM: Lectures that Matter - Featuring a different lecture each week

Oct. 16: The Great American Songbook & Beyond: High Standards

Oct. 23: Dr. Barnes' Foundation & It's Collection: from Merion to the Parkway

Oct. 30: John Wanamaker: King of Merchant - Wanamaker and Family in the Gilded Age

Nov. 6: Artificial Intelligence and the Impact on our Lives - Update

Nov. 13: The Three Stooges

Nov. 20: Who Was Israel Baylin: Knows as Irving Berlin

2:20 to 3:40 PM

The Enlightenment: The Promise of a New World

Memoir Writing: Creating Your Legacy

Drawing: Explore Your Inner Artist


First Friday Book Club:  October 4, November 1, January 3 from 11 AM to 12:20 PM

Antique Discussion and Appraisal Event: November 8 from 11 AM to 12:30 PM

Questions? Please contact the Office of Non-Credit and Continuing Education by phone at 267-468-8500 or e-mail at