Lectures at 10am, Crossroads United Church, 690 Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd


bunny and natalieLater Life Learning offers the mature audience a public forum in which prominent speakers and experts discuss a variety of interesting topics, such as politics, economics, labour relations, new technologies, health and life issues, and the arts. Three hundred or more people attend each Friday morning and enjoy the lecture followed by an extended Q & A session with the speaker. Our lectures consists of a 1-hour talk followed by a 15-minute coffee break and a 45-minute Question and Answer session, a highlight of this lecture series. We recommend you stay but you are welcome to leave at any time. The series of lectures are on a common theme instead of random subjects presented week to week. Participants just have to listen to the lectures and are not tested.


The program founded by Bunny Singer and was  then run by Natalie Holland and a team of volunteers, and over the years has featured different series of lectures directed at seniors.

The program began with about 100 people. Now, approximately 300 people attend every year. Co-ordinator Natalie Holland says more are welcomed.

NatalieHolland Seatedbysign Nov2016Team Members & Contributors:

  • Natalie Holland - Co-ordinator
  • Bunny Singer - assistant
  • Brian Osborne - consultant
  • Louie Delvoir - consultant
  • John Allan - consultant
  • Tom Cochraine - consultant


  • Steven Manders - Author of  Kingston & Pembroke Railway, Lost and Found. Read more!

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Later Life Learning Tragedy Relief Fund. 

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