Meet OLLI's "Mad Man" - Dick Murray
Dick Murray and his wife Vinton relocated to Asheville from Dallas in 2004.
Renée Melchiorre reflects on the past, respects the present
Renée Melchiorre is a fascinating blend of reverence and respect.
Farley Snell: An "accidental" treasure of philosophy and religion
"The story of my life is a series of accidents", explains Farley. "I never had a plan. ..."
Meet Jeanne Smolkin, chair of the OLLI Party Planning committee.
She loves to feed and nurture people.
Two Special People -- One Amazing Program
Can a married couple live and work together for over 42 years?
Chuck Fink – Bringing people together
Chuck sees life as a celebration.
OLLI Diversity Task Force
OLLI launched its Diversity Initiative in 2013 with the formation of a small work group.
Southern Regional Lifelong Learning Institute Meeting
OLLI at UNC Asheville hosts a summer meeting
Space, a Challenge for OLLI in the Reuter Center
Like the "old woman who lived in a shoe," OLLI seems to be running out of space.
Chip Kaufmann, the man in the red cap.
If you’re curious about silent films, take a course from Chip Kaufmann.
Local photographer John Warner uses a drone camera for a group photo of OLLI members
Anne Sayers: Finding A Space of Her Own
when she announced her decision to rent a house in Asheville to "test out" a permanent move
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNC Asheville is an award-winning, internationally-acclaimed learning community dedicated to promoting lifelong learning, leadership, community service, and research. Our goal is to enable our members to thrive in life’s second half.
Medicare Choices Made Easy!
Friday, July 25, 2014, 2 p.m.
Are you new to Medicare? Are you confused by the many choices? Unbiased and accurate information is available from trained volunteers from the North Carolina Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program. In partnership with OLLI, a free class will be held on Friday, July 25, 2014, 2-4 pm in the Reuter Center. This session will be an overview (plans, parts and policies) of Medicare. Spaces are limited, so reserve your space by calling the Buncombe County Council on Aging, 277-8288.