Lexington’s Older, Wiser, Lifelong Learners program (O.W.L.L) was started in 2013, as a result of the Friends of the Lexington Council on Aging committee’s vision for an affordable, accessible, inclusive, collaborative community-based Lifelong Learning Program to serve Lexington seniors aged 60 and over.
Now in its tenth year, the program began with a monetary grant from the Dana Home Foundation, four courses and 86 registrations. O.W.L.L. is now self-sustaining, sponsored by the Friends of the Lexington Council on Aging in partnership with the Lexington Council on Aging.
Multiple course offerings on wide range of topics
The program now offers six or seven courses three times a year with more than 500 registrations. Over the years, an eclectic variety of courses has been offered, with topics ranging from Love, Legacies, and Lear to African political history, from classical music to nuclear energy. Courses are now located primarily in the Lexington Community Center.
General Registration Information
- All registration for O.W.L.L. courses is through the Lexington Community Center.
- See the latest course schedule on this website or in The Sage Senior Services newsletter for the date of the semester’s Kick-Off reception.
- See the latest course schedule for the date when registration will begin.
- The registration form can be downloaded from this website.
- Courses can be paid for by check, credit card, or cash. A separate check for each course ($25/course for residents over 60 and $50/course for all others) should be made out to the Town of Lexington. Online credit card registration is available at lexrecma.myrec.com.
- Financial aid is available for Lexington residents. Lexington residents over 60 will be given preference when there is a limit in the number of course participants.