Montgomery College's Organization For Active, Older Adults Offers New Classes, Programs This Fall
The Academy for Lifelong Learning at Montgomery College (ALL@MC) will hold its annual Fall Open House on Sunday, August 19, from 2-4 p.m., in the Commons area of Building A. The public is invited, and refreshments will be provided.
The event is a chance to learn about the activities offered during ALL@MC's upcoming fall semester, register for the more than 200 classes, and meet the ALL@MC instructors and officers.
ALL@MC, which had a membership base of more than 1,200 during the past year, is an organization for active, older adults (50+) offering lectures, seminars, classes, and social activities for continued intellectual and personal growth. A small annual membership fee of $35 entitles participants to take ALL@MC courses free of charge or at a minimal rate. Members also receive reduced rates for the college's Wellness Center and many college events and performances.
ALL@MC offers many classes on the Montgomery College campus, as well as off-campus sites such as Windsor Hills and Windsor Lakes clubhouses, Memorial Hermann Hospital, St. Luke's Hospital, J&J Golf Range, Mercer Arboretum, HEB Market Street, Jones State Forest, and the George & Cynthia Woods Mitchell Public Library.
Additionally, the Montgomery College Lone Star College–Conroe Center (located at 102 Longview, just east of downtown Conroe) will host several ALL@MC classes this fall, including:
- Bells & Whistles on Your Computer (9/3 and 9/5 from 9 a.m.-noon)
- Windows OS (class meets 10/2-10/11, Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9 a.m.-noon)
- Internet (class meets 9/10-9/14 from 9 a.m.-noon)
- How to Buy and Sell Online (class meets on 9/19 from 9 a.m.-noon)
For more information about Montgomery College, visit montgomery.lonestar.edu, or call (936) 273-7000. Montgomery College is located at 3200 College Park Drive, approximately one-quarter mile west of I-45 between Conroe and The Woodlands.
North Harris Montgomery Community College District, among the largest and fastest-growing community colleges in Texas, comprises North Harris College, Kingwood College, Tomball College, Montgomery College, Cy-Fair College, six satellite centers and The University Center.