CLR brings members of the retired and semi-retired community opportunities for personal growth through learning. For more than 30 years, CLR has provided a diverse selection of peer-led classes each semester for its 400-plus members each term.
Membership includes unlimited participation in classes in:
- Arts & Music
- Language & Current Topics
- and more!
Also enjoy exclusive events, guest speakers, special interest groups, and community partnerships.
CLR Online Program Highlights
- No age requirement!
- No geographic requirement!
- No deadline to register-online registration is rolling!
- One membership fee per term entitles members to register for an unlimited number of courses on a first-come, first-served basis; courses are not individually priced!
- Varying class start dates, durations, and times
- Any smart device can be used (ie. ipad, tablet, laptop, computer, phone)
- Tech support and assistance available via phone through the Center!
Join our dedicated team of volunteer instructors! Teach What You Love!
Join our engaging, informative organization and share your knowledge and experiences with others. Teach What You Love! If you have a lot of time or a little bit of time, we are flexible! Explore the possibilities with CLR!
Let the fun and learning come alive and to you! CLR is as easy as 1-2-3, Browse, Register, Click!
"This is my first semester as a CLR member and I feel I've unearthed a treasure trove of fun and learning."
Prior CLR Virtual Art Shows
CLR members have been busy at work creating masterful works of art in their online art classes with CLR instructor Mary Mathews as part of the Spring 2021 CLR Online Program. Tune in to get a sneak peak at some of their art work in this Spring 2021 CLR Virtual Art Show! Kudos to all!
Take a few minutes to enjoy some of the artwork that our CLR members worked on in their online art classes!
Did you know that CLR has a featured radio ad on WRDV-FM’s Radio Station? Listen here and tune in at www.wrdv.org!
Tune in to the inaugural Learning for Life Podcast podcast created and hosted by CLR Advisory Committee member, Sara Weisman-Shein. In Episode 1, Sara interviews CLR instructors Elaine Trott (History of NYC) and Ashley King (What Are Your Treasures Worth?).
In episode two, host Sara Weisman-Shein interviews Sherry Sullivan, CLR Instructor of the Our Favorite Detectives course, and the detective author Bernard Schaffer. Bernard Schaffer will be a featured author on the mystery/suspense panel at the Bucks County Book Festival Sunday, October 13.
Host Sara Weisman-Shein interviews two DelVal adjunct faculty members, Chef Edward Battone of the "Cooking With Chef Battone" a three-part series, and Robert Brown of the "Raising Livestock on a Small Farm" course. Both offerings are part of DelVal's noncredit programming.
In Episode 4, host Sara Weisman-Shein dialogues with Learning for Life's podcast editor and "Beatlemania: A Half Century" instructor Larry Lefkowitz. Joining them are renowned CLR art instructors Jan Marabito of Professional Artists Lecture Series and Mary Mathews from Printmaking and Mixed Media Painting. Listen while perusing the spring brochure to see just how much of an impact these courses have on CLR members and instructors!
Host Sara Weisman-Shein discusses the upcoming new Conversations on Cinema series that CLR, in collaboration with the County Theater in Doylestown, will be hosting this spring. Sara interviews Mike Kamison, programming director at the County Theater and Bill Lieser, prior Spy Movies instructor, who will both be moderating the series. Kudos to Larry Lefkowitz for his podcast editing skills! Stay tuned for more information on this new initiative!
Join host Sara Weisman-Shein and CLR instructor and podcast editor, Larry Lefkowitz for a Special Summer Episode as they cover all of the ins-and-outs of Zooming with CLR this summer. Learn just how easy it is to use Zoom and gain insight into the many virtual social activities that CLR is planning. Tune in to get a sneak peek into Larry’s course Merrie Melodies (based on classic Looney Tunes), Edwin Lawrence’s Balzac and the Human Comedy, and Mark Miller’s Strategic Leadership in Times of Crisis. These and more are offered as part of the summer 2020 CLR online pilot program.
CLR in the News: What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do In Retirement
CLR in the News: 5 Reasons to Join an Online Community of Lifelong Learners in Retirement
CLR in the News: Passionate About Art
See pages 28 - 29.
CLR in the News: DelVal’s Center for Learning in Retirement-an ‘oasis of light’ for seniors in this time of social distancing
See pages 10 -11.
Contact us today to: join our mailing list, learn more about instructing with us, give the gift of lifelong learning (E-Gift Certificates Available), request a virtual information session (available for groups), and learn more!