Who We Are
A Niagara where we keep on learning together for a lifetime.
Foster socially engaging, relevant and inspiring third age learning experiences.
Board of Directors – 2020
Chair: Lynn Mytroen
Vice-Chair: John Crossingham
Secretary: Donna Poag
Treasurer: Janet Lewis
Additional Board Members
Joan McCurdy Myers
Lifelong Learning Niagara (LLN) was established in early 2015 as a not-for-profit third age learning organization managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and became incorporated in July, 2015. Sullivan Mahoney LLP generously provided legal services relating to incorporation and By-Laws.
LLN is a member of the Third Age Network, an umbrella organization with chapters throughout Ontario that offer educational programs for senior adults. TAN provided guidance and advice as we began to plan our 2015 program.
Following two promotional lectures in the spring, we offered our first series of 6 lectures in the fall of 2015 at the Armenian Community Centre in St. Catharines.
In our first year of operation, we attracted 145 members and held 3 members only events: meet the Board, a peer-to-peer workshop, and a short lecture/social time to celebrate our first year.
In January 2016, LLN received a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to evaluate the feasibility of offering a variety of innovative educational programs to unite and include seniors in the 12 municipalities comprising the Niagara region, particularly those seniors who may be isolated due to distance, physical limitations, or social or economic constraints.
By the Fall of 2017, LLN had over 200 members and over 300 people attended the Fall Lecture Series.
Spring Lecture Series 2021
Wednesdays from 10 AM to 12 PM
April 28 to June 2, 2021
Lectures held at:
Armenian Community Centre
156 Martindale Road
St. Catharines, ON L2S 2X9
Lecture Series is cancelled
Become a Member
Membership is $15 per year and runs from September 1st to August 31st.
Benefits include: Advance notification of upcoming learning experiences and much, much more...
Membership Registration is temporarily suspended.