Lifelong Learning Continues Through the Summer!

Bill Gates has been a presenter at New Adventures for 20 years. He recently introduced a thought-provoking topic, “The Good Citizen.”

Carole Rockland

The weather may be hot, but the classes are cool at New Adventures in Learning. Summer is the perfect time to sample some of our many diverse offerings. Whether you’re a first-time lifelong learner or have been attending classes for many years, you’re sure to find something of interest.

Here are just a few of the many classes that will be offered in the summer session, which begins on Monday, June 5:

• Living a Creative Life in the Arts

• Peach Ice Cream to Die For—The History of Typhoid Mary

• Shemya: A Cold War Story

• Humor Across the Disciplines

• “I Am From”—A Self-examination of Identity Through Writing

• Inheriting a Mess

• The Best Virtual Trips of 2023

• Diabetes 101—What Your Doctor Didn’t Tell You

• Redefining Retirement

In addition to the regularly scheduled classes, New Adventures will continue to offer the popular Movie of the Week every Monday from 1-3 p.m.

You can check out full descriptions of the above-listed classes, along with all other summer classes, in our curriculum guide, now posted online at You’ll find all the essential information on each class—the presenter, class description, whether it is held in person or by Zoom, and whether the class meets for one or more sessions.

Summer registration opens online on Wednesday, May 24. You may also register in person at the Sun Lakes Center of Chandler-Gilbert Community College, 25105 S. Alma School Road, on the northeast corner of Riggs and Alma School.

Have questions or need additional help? Call 480-857-5500 or email us at [email protected].