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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University offers intellectual and cultural experiences in a welcoming atmosphere to Northern Virginia residents in their retirement years.


Enjoy access to unlimited courses with no homework, no exams, no required college degree, no age threshold.

 
 
 
 
 

Recent Posts

  • Update – Cancellation & Additions for Spring 2016

    Update – Cancellation & Additions for Spring 2016

    Cancelled Class F304 New Mexico: Past, Present and Future Added Additional Classes Added L315 Jimmy Doolittle and the Japanese-Americans L665 Crime Theory and Crime Prevention: Myths vs. Reality L813 The […]

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  • Club News Feb 3

    Five full tables today and nobody had to sit out or go home. And the winners were: Marian Brobst – 3480 pts 2. Kathleen Meyer – 3090 pts 3. Bob […]

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  • Spring Catalog is Available. Click here for link.

    Spring Catalog is Available. Click here for link.

    The pdf file for the Spring Catalog is now available.  Please click here to view the catalog information page to select another format of the catalog or select other individual […]

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  • Bridge on Jan 20

    Exactly 20 members showed up today, so we didn’t need a roving bidder. Winners were: Craig Zane – 1900 pts Eleanor White – 1820 pts  Jerry Remson – 1800 pts […]

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  • January 13

    Three full tables played today, while I stayed home waiting for a delivery truck. The winners were: Marian Brobst – 2460 Bob Coffin – 2060 Susanne Zumbro – 1570

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  • Field Trips

    Field Trips

    Field Trips are on the 3rd Friday of each month. We carpool from the Tallwood parking lot at 9:am, or meet at the designated location at 10am. Sign-up sheets will […]

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  • Speakers

    Speakers

    Our speaker for our February 12 meeting is Matthew G. Schmidt Matthew is a photography enthusiast with a strong attraction to abstract two-dimensional art. He has spent years developing techniques, […]

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  • New Class: 1002BT Travel Seminar to Italy – Click here to view.

    1002BT  Travel Seminar to Italy: Let’s create a beautiful, unforgettable, Italian adventure Tuesday, 9:30–3:30, Mar. 15 Tallwood Instructor: Sybil Haynes This seminar will highlight a few of many variables to […]

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  • Bridge Club News Jan 6

    Happy New Year! We had 21 show up today for bridge — and the winners were: Gordon Canyock 2790 pts Jerry Remson 2730 pts Ann Lawlor 1820 pts

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  • December16

    On the 16th, 16 members showed up to play bridge. It amazes me how often we serrendipitiously end up with a number divisible by four. Today’s winners were: Charles Joyce […]

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