Enrichment of Life Movement (ELM) is a nonprofit, non-denominational organization for individuals 50+ who believe in lifelong learning. At ELM you can expand your interests, develop new skills, and explore topics you may not have had the chance to experience before. ELM provides opportunities to enrich your learning, try something new, keep physically fit and intellectually stimulated, and stay connected through classroom and social events.
The friendly, informal atmosphere at ELM offers a full day with over 60 classes on consecutive Tuesdays for three eight-week sessions each year: in the fall (September-October), winter (January-February), and spring (April-May). Stay for lunch and enjoy a variety of speakers, music, slide shows or other entertainment. You may purchase a lunch prepared by the church culinary staff or bring your own lunch from home.
Volunteers make up the primary core of the operations and staff that keep the classes at ELM fun and interesting. Instructors are volunteers who share their passions and expertise to provide the best learning experience for you.
Join others who find taking ELM courses to be fun, stimulating and educational. You will be part of a learning community that is full of diversity, insight, wisdom, intellectual and cultural growth, and friendship. Expand your network of friends; bring a friend or find others here who actively engage themselves in learning and other meaningful pursuits.