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Upcoming events

    • Tuesday, February 05, 2019
    • Friday, May 31, 2019
    • Various East Valley Locations

    New Frontiers Logs

    New Frontiers is an organization dedicated to adults wishing to continue their discovery of knowledge and advance their learning. Founded in 1995, New Frontiers for Lifelong Learning was created through the auspices of the Mesa Community College. The community college is located in Mesa, Arizona and serves the communities of the East Valley of metropolitan Phoenix. We are a peer-led, self-governing organization with interests in volunteer opportunities, travel, hiking and healthy life styles. Discovering new, lifelong friendships is an added plus.

    Life Long Learning Events (updated February 7, 2019)

    Life Long Learning Events Second Adendum



    • Monday, February 11, 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • Friday, May 31, 2019
    • 1:30 PM
    • Shalimar Country Club

        


    "Friends of ASU" invites you to join us for a full buffet luncheon ($17) at Shalimar Country Club, 2032 E Golf Ave, Tempe, AZ 85282 every 2nd Monday of the Month.


    Come join us to hear interesting speakers and enjoy a pleasant meal on February 11thMarch 11th, April 8th and May 13thPay at the door with cash or check.  Buffet line starts at noon; program at 12:30. Reservations are required. Contact Sandy Palais , 480-748-0940 by 5 pm on the Wednesday preceding the luncheon for reservation.


    Our February 11th luncheon speakers are Tyson Nansel, Director – External Affairs, United Food Bank and Melissa Forrester."


    • Wednesday, February 20, 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • University Club, Heritage Room


    Speaker 

    Elizabeth Castillo

    Assistant Professor

    Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies

    Arizona State Universtiy


    Topic

    Creating a Sustainable Economy that Works for Everyone

    Economic inequality continues to grow at an alarming rate, contributing to record levels of political and social polarization in the United States and beyond. How can we overcome these challenges to create an economy that works for everyone?


    Dr. Castillo will share her interdisciplinary research that identifies four novel interventions: 1) recognize, invest in, and account for intangible resources; 2) shift capitalism from parasitic to mutualistic exchange; 3) illuminate economic exchange as a process of value(s) creation; and 4) adopt humanistic management practices.

    She will describe new efforts at ASU to enact these shifts, closing with an interactive discussion of how Emeritus College faculty can join this work locally and globally.


    Registration

    This is a luncheon event costing $15/person. RSVP is required by Monday, February 18, 2019. Instuctions on how to RSVP and pay are included on the Registration Form.


    If you have question email .


    • Wednesday, February 27, 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • Wednesday, April 24, 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • Piper Writers House (PWH) - ASU Tempe Campus

    Join us for a lively, informal discussion of books by ASU and local authors from noon to 1:00 in the Piper Writers House, ASU Tempe Campus. A no-host luncheon at the University Club follows each meeting which means free parking at the University Club.


    Upcoming Books

    • Tuesday, March 12, 2019
    • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Friendship Village


    Luncheon Speaker & Topic

    • TBD
    Lunch will be a plated meal:
    • TBD

    Lunch will cost $10.00. Please BRING CASH in the exact amount to pay for your lunch as no change will be available. 

    Friendship Village has asked that we inform you that if you RSVP and do not show up, you will remain responsible for your $10 lunch payment.* Likewise, we’ll miss you!

    Spouses, partners and friends of the College are cordially invited.
    When making your reservation (including leaving a message), please indicate your lunch preference: Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian

    Friendship Village Tempe is located between Price and Dobson on Southern Avenue, on the South side. When you approach the gate, let the guard know that you are attending the Emeritus College Short Talks Luncheon at the Private Dining Room, and he/she will let you through the gate and can assist you in finding the main building.


    Please RSVP by emailing . To guarantee a lunch order you must RSVP by noon on Thursday March 7..

    • Tuesday, April 09, 2019
    • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Friendship Village


    Luncheon Speaker & Topic

    • TBD
    Lunch will be a plated meal:
    • TBD

    Lunch will cost $10.00. Please BRING CASH in the exact amount to pay for your lunch as no change will be available. 

    Friendship Village has asked that we inform you that if you RSVP and do not show up, you will remain responsible for your $10 lunch payment.* Likewise, we’ll miss you!

    Spouses, partners and friends of the College are cordially invited.
    When making your reservation (including leaving a message), please indicate your lunch preference: Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian

    Friendship Village Tempe is located between Price and Dobson on Southern Avenue, on the South side. When you approach the gate, let the guard know that you are attending the Emeritus College Short Talks Luncheon at the Private Dining Room, and he/she will let you through the gate and can assist you in finding the main building.


    Please RSVP by emailing . To guarantee a lunch order you must RSVP by noon on Thursday April 4..

    • Tuesday, May 14, 2019
    • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Friendship Village


    Luncheon Speaker & Topic

    • TBD
    Lunch will be a plated meal:
    • TBD

    Lunch will cost $10.00. Please BRING CASH in the exact amount to pay for your lunch as no change will be available. 

    Friendship Village has asked that we inform you that if you RSVP and do not show up, you will remain responsible for your $10 lunch payment.* Likewise, we’ll miss you!

    Spouses, partners and friends of the College are cordially invited.
    When making your reservation (including leaving a message), please indicate your lunch preference: Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian

    Friendship Village Tempe is located between Price and Dobson on Southern Avenue, on the South side. When you approach the gate, let the guard know that you are attending the Emeritus College Short Talks Luncheon at the Private Dining Room, and he/she will let you through the gate and can assist you in finding the main building.


    Please RSVP by emailing . To guarantee a lunch order you must RSVP by noon on Thursday May 9..


ASU Retirees Association
Mailing address: PO Box 873308, Tempe, AZ 85287
Physical address: Community Services Building Room 201, 200 E. Curry, Tempe, AZ
Phone number: 480-965-7668
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