University of Calgary

Wednesday, April 10, 2024 at 2:00 - 3:30 PM Mountain Time

Speaker: Alexander Hill, PhD, Professor of Military History, Dept of History, and Centre for Military, Security and Strategic Studies (CMSS)
Topic: The War in Ukraine: What do we know? How might it end? What might be the optimal outcomes and unintended consequences?

To Join via Zoom, REGISTER AT:
Seniors College Association of Nova Scotia

SCANS registration is open and classes start the week of April 8th. They held their information session for the Spring Semester on March 18th. The session was recorded and is available for viewing. It's an opportunity to hear the speakers and their learn about their topics.
Halifax Public Library

Tuesday Tech Drop-in from 9:15 am to 12:45 pm at the Central Branch.

Do you have a shiny new piece of tech but you're not sure how to use it?
Are your devices giving you trouble? Bring your technology questions to this program.
Staff will be on hand to offer general help.

For more information click here.

Our ADRP is an active member of the College and University Retiree Associations of Canada
(CURAC) . One of the benefits is the many learning opportunities that are shared through
the work of the Later Life Learning Committee of CURAC. It provides a calendar of learning
events offered by member associations across Canada. Some require a fee or an annual
membership, comparable to SCANS (above).
The calendar of events can be seen by clicking here.

The CURAC National Conference is slated for May 22-24 at the University of Waterloo.

The theme is "Thriving in Retirement and includes topics such as
- Health and wellness
- Housing options
- Services for seniors
- Finance
- Recreation and leisure
- Safety and security

Click here for details

ADRP members may be eligible for funding to take part in this conference, either in-person or online. Contact if you are interested.

A non-profit nationwide network with 80,000 members of the education retiree community.
An annual membership fee of $70 provides access to a wealth of workshops and webinars
of interest to Canadian retirees.
The Association of Retirement Organizations in Higher Education

AROHE is a non-profit association that champions transformative practices to support all
stages of faculty and staff retirement, their mutually beneficial engagement, and continuing
contributions to their academic institutions. By sharing research, innovative ideas, and
successful practices, AROHE emphasizes the development and enhancement of
campus-based retiree organizations and programs which support this continuing
engagement in higher education.

Click here to learn more
Compiled by Susan Holmes and Stewart Cameron