Discovery: The Path to Lifelong Learning
Fall and Spring 2021 and 2022
The Lifelong Learning Committee is now celebrating its tenth year bringing programs of general information, cultural themes and current events. The committee is reaching out to invite you to join our committee and participate in an interesting and rewarding experience to help enrich all of our lives. Hingham has many interesting and talented individuals exhibiting community spirit and we would enjoy hearing from you and working with you to develop a course of lecture in your area of expertise. Registration takes place at the Hingham Senior Center, 224 Central Street, MA 781-741-1458. Join your friends and learn something new and interesting.
|Anne Marie Gean|
Please click on link below for class details and registration information or contact the Senior Center directly 781-741-1458.
February 8, 2022 at 1:00 pm
"A Close Look at West Side Story" Robert Cinnante, President of the South Shore Conservatory, leads a lecture and discussion that explores West Side Story. This iconic masterpiece has stood the test of time, across the performing arts mediums, genres, and adaptations, from stage to screen to symphony. This program comes on the heels of Steven Spielberg's recently released remake of the 1961 film version.
February 15, 2022 at 2:00 pm
The Hingham Fire Chief Steve Murphy will be discussing Fire Safety in the home and an update on the latest COVID 19 issues and its impact.
March 15, 2022 at 1:00 pm
The well-known Madam C.J. Walker, African American entrepreneur, philanthropist and political social activist will be highlighted by Rev. Stephanie Kelsch
May, 2022 TBD
*The book "Dorchester Girl" authored by Judith Kelley will discuss growing up in Dorchester during socio-political times.
June, 2022 TBD (4 sessions)
A look at the country's political history and the government topics offered by Jason Roberts.