Lifelong Learning Programs

Established in Fall 2011 as a partnership between Framingham State University (FSU) and Framingham Public Library (FPL), Lifelong Learning programs are designed to provide intellectual, creative, and opportunities for social engagement to adults aged 60 & over. 

Adventures in Lifelong Learning (ALL) offers weekly classes during the months of October, January and April of each year Class locations include the FPL’s Main Branch, Framingham City Hall, and Danforth Art at FSU.   Registration is required.   

Lifelong Learning Lectures is a series of free, drop-in lectures held on Thursday evenings. 

Spotlights in Adventures in Lifelong Learning

Event Spotlight
photo two cellists Sarah Friberg and Colleen McGary-Smith formed Tutti Bassi
Tutti Bassi

Tutti Bassi performs on January 28, 2020 at the Framingham Public Library 2:45pm - 3:30 pm in the Costin Room

Tutti Bassi was formed in 2012 by Sarah Freiberg and Colleen McGary-Smith.  The two cellists  explore the rich repertoire of baroque cello sonatas and duos.

Faculty Spotlight
photo of Dr. David Smailes presenting at a Life Long Learning session
Dr. David Smailes

Associate Professor, Political Sciences, Framingham State University

Teaching a course in the Adventures in Lifelong Learning program has been one of the best experiences I have had as an instructor. The participants are enthusiastic, our discussions are lively and engaging, and we thoroughly enjoy learning from one another as we share in the experience together. I look forward to every class. 

Student Spotlight
photo of Gary Yunker
Gary Yunker

Adventures in Lifelong Learning Student

“The Adventures in Lifelong Learning Program is highly engaging, educational and excellent!”