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Featured Courses
Step back in time as we visit Tryon Palace, North Carolina's first State Capital. through costumed guides living history demonstrations complete with both guided and self-guided tours, we will experience the Governor's Palace, the Kitchen Office, John Wright Stanley House, George W. Dixon House and the gardens and grounds. We will dine for lunch at Lawson's Landing on Tryon Palace premises and will enjoy special holiday offerings and activities that kick off at 4:30 pm. Note: There will be a considerable amount of walking and the cost of lunch is on your own. Lifelong Learning Membership

Your membership is important to us. Your participation in the classes and other events will contribute to the vibrancy and growth of our learning community and you as a lifelong learner!
Aimed at investors who are thinking about retiring or who have retired recently, this course will examine how to budget for retirement expenses, potential sources of retirement income and potential risks such as long term care and health care cost Before Sweden's finest orchestra performs as a part of ECU's S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series, wouldn't it be nice to understand the program? Learn what the composers were thinking as they crafted their works. Learn about musical themes to listen for during the movements. Join Chris Buddo, Dean of ECU's College of Fine Arts and Communication, for a "fireside chat" in Wright Auditorium's FRIENDS Lounge. Enjoy refreshments and remarks, then hear the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra perform live in concert. This event includes a reception, a mini-lecture, a performance ticket and parking instructions.
Featured Courses
Step back in time as we visit Tryon Palace, North Carolina's first State Capital. through costumed guides living history demonstrations complete with both guided and self-guided tours, we will experience the Governor's Palace, the Kitchen Office, John Wright Stanley House, George W. Dixon House and the gardens and grounds. We will dine for lunch at Lawson's Landing on Tryon Palace premises and will enjoy special holiday offerings and activities that kick off at 4:30 pm. Note: There will be a considerable amount of walking and the cost of lunch is on your own.
Lifelong Learning Membership

Your membership is important to us. Your participation in the classes and other events will contribute to the vibrancy and growth of our learning community and you as a lifelong learner!
Aimed at investors who are thinking about retiring or who have retired recently, this course will examine how to budget for retirement expenses, potential sources of retirement income and potential risks such as long term care and health care cost
Before Sweden's finest orchestra performs as a part of ECU's S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series, wouldn't it be nice to understand the program? Learn what the composers were thinking as they crafted their works. Learn about musical themes to listen for during the movements. Join Chris Buddo, Dean of ECU's College of Fine Arts and Communication, for a "fireside chat" in Wright Auditorium's FRIENDS Lounge. Enjoy refreshments and remarks, then hear the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra perform live in concert. This event includes a reception, a mini-lecture, a performance ticket and parking instructions.

Courses

The Program consists of a series of lectures by academic and professional experts on topics of global significance, over eight consecutive weeks.

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