The Learning Center

3025 Bull Street

Savannah, GA, 31405

(912) 236-0363

providing high-quality educational programs to people ages 55 and over.

 What is The Learning Center?

The Learning Center is a program of Senior Citizens, Inc. dedicated to providing high-quality educational programs to people ages 55 and over.

What kinds of programs take place at The Learning Center?

Multi-week courses, such as:

• Great Cities Book Discussion: New York City

• Philosophies of Education

• Topics in the American Revolution

• Unsolved Mysteries of Jewish History

Lecture Series, such as:

• Lost Art Treasures of the Second World War

• Life and Literature of Ernest Hemingway

• Why Classical Music Matters

• General George S. Patton and the American Way of War

Educational travel, such as:

• Royal Houses of Britain (2007)

• Paris and the Impressionists (2009)

• Israel, Ancient and Modern (2010)

• Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia (2010)

• Palaces and Popes—Rome (Fall 2010)

Special interest groups, such as:

• Weekly foreign language conversation circles

• Foreign affairs discussion group weekly

• Watercolor studio sessions weekly

• Private computer coaching sessions

• Monthly book club meetings

Where do programs of The Learning Center take place?

The Learning Center offers courses and lectures on two campuses: Senior Citizens, Inc.’s headquarters on Bull Street and on Skidaway Island.

How do I join?

A modest annual membership fee gets you into the action. Members are eligible to enroll in reasonably priced multi-week courses and lecture series, to travel with TLC programs domestically and abroad, to take part, at no charge, in special interest groups, and to enjoy daily coffee and read the newspaper at Senior Citizens, Inc.

For more information about The Learning Center, to register for courses and lectures, or to request a program catalogue, please call (912) 236-0363.