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ALL - Association for Lifelong Learning

Catalog and Registration Forms

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Registration deadline was January 24. Registration is now closed. 



Registration deadline was January 24. Registration is now closed. 


Registration Forms


Important Dates

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  • January 3: Spring Preview at MAC, 2 p.m. Meet the course leaders and fellow and prospective members. RSVP to
  • January 8-9: Spring Course Catalogs with membership and registration forms mailed. 
  • January 10-24: Register for courses and join ALL for the Spring 2018 semester. 
  • January 24: Registration closes.
  • February 5-May 4: Spring semester. Classes meet during the day for 1.5 hours once a week, for four to eight weeks. 
How to Become a Member

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Membership is $30 for the semester. For more information and to get on the mailing list email

About ALL

The Association for Lifelong Learning (ALL) is a nonprofit volunteer organization of Lower Eastern Shore individuals age 50+ who are interested in continuing to learn and explore ideas through seminar style non-credit courses. With support from the Salisbury University Foundation, ALL began its program in 2012 with 66 members. By 2017 ALL had grown to around 200 members. ALL is proud to offer 17 courses to members in the Fall semester.

SU's Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning partners with ALL to assist in meeting their goals. 

ALL Spring 2018 Courses

Registration is now closed. Thank you for registering.

  • How to Read Poetry. Ron Dotterer
  • Psychology of Aging. Carolyn Stegman 
  • A Brief History of the Roman Catholic Church. John Groutt 
  • The Great Migration that Changed the World. Eleanor Mulligan 
  • Memba Me Tell Yuh: Caribbean Short Stories. Nancy Hesser
  • Teacher, Teacher! School Daze in Short Stories. Nancy Hesser
  • Rockin' Steady - How Swing Became Rock. Phil Hesser
  • Current Challenges in Global Health. Karen Johnson
  • A Tale of Two Ghettos. Joe Chaikel
  • The Election Process in Maryland. Dale Godfrey
  • A Day in Old Rome. Ray Thompson   
  • The Supreme Court: Earlier Decisions and Current Cases. Page Insley Austin
  • Three Catalysts of Progressive Thinking. Mike Pretl
  • The Artist's Way: Unearthing Your Creative Nature. Diane Thomas Mitchell
  • Slavery and Freedom on the Eastern Shore. Tom Corbett
  • Pearl Harbor - Lessons for Today. Mike Roberts
  • Art and Artists: 19th Century Painting. Terry Murray


Course Registration

Course times and locations are announced in ALL's Spring 2018 catalog. Catalogs were mailed on January 8 and 9. Catalogs were emailed and posted online on January 10. 

To join ALL for Fall 2018 and register for courses, mail the Membership/Course Registration form in the catalog and $30 Spring semester membership fee to ALL at PO Box 342, Salisbury, MD 21803. 

Membership/Registration forms and fees must be received by January 24, 2018. Registration is now closed. Thank you to all who've registered.


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