Hamilton Third Age Learning is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing opportunities within the City of Hamilton for lifelong learning by its retired and semi-retired citizens.  In collaboration with the Hamilton Council on Aging and other local groups, it seeks to assist in developing Hamilton as an age-friendly city.

Our intention is to offer programs that will allow the participants to listen to, and engage in discussions with speakers who are well-informed on subjects of interest. Each year we will offer two series of lectures, one in the spring, the other in the fall.

To see the details of the current lecture series click on the corresponding link in the Menu. When registration is open simply click on the Program Registration link in the Menu to register. If you simply wish to be placed on our list of contacts then click on Comments & Requests in the Menu.

In co-operation with The Hamilton Council on Aging, we will seek to video-tape and post on-line as many of our lectures as possible. To see those currently available, click on Past Lectures & Videos in the Menu.

The lectures are held on Friday mornings, 10 am to noon, in the Atrium building at the McMaster Innovation Park, 175 Longwood Ave. Sth. (click on Location Map). Parking is available in the lot north of the Atrium building. The building is wheelchair accessible and there is disabled parking near the building.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organizations:

HCOA  MacLogo McMaster
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