Learning is Forever
Learning is Forever (L.I.F.E.)
In the Macomb area, L.I.F.E. was launched through the Western Illinois University School of Continuing Education, in 1995, and is now sponsored by the university’s Outreach Programs Office. An independently administrated organization, it is composed of area residents who develop the courses, select the teachers, establish the class fees, and promote the curriculum.
For More Information
For questions, suggestions, or program registration, please contact:
Helena Lira, LIFE Representative
Phone: (309) 298-1911
Mission & Goals
The L.I.F.E. organization is dedicated to providing high-quality, low-cost, and enjoyable adult-education experiences. The goals of the Macomb area L.I.F.E. program are summed up by its motto, “Promoting Self-growth /Building Community.”
Our Instructors Share a Love of Lifelong Learning
The teachers and activity leaders are not paid. They are highly competent, engaging members of the community who are committed to sharing the joy of lifelong learning.
The Shakespeare's Macbeth class has been moved to Spoon River Community College Outreach Center, 2500 E. Jackson St.
The War of 1812 class will be held on October 21 and 28. There will be no November 4th class.
Registration for the 2015 New York City Community Theatre Trip begins October 9th at 8 a.m. Please contact Kim McDaniel at (309) 298-2504 or e-mail KD-McDaniel@wiu.edu to procure a registration form.
The Armchair Traveler
Celebrating John Muir
Computer Technology Basics
Eight Dramatic Chapters
Fitness for Life
Free Range Yoga
Growing Up: American Literary Works
Holiday Cookie Tray
Macomb in the 1960s (re-opened 46 of 50)
Malpass Library Garden Tour
The Origins of World War I
Quincy Architectural Tour
Taking Care of Your Whole Self
Tour of the John Deere Pavilion
Introduction to Pickleball (15 of 16)
Topics in Astronomy (20 of 25)