Fall 2014

For 39 years, about 300 seniors from Wellesley, Weston, Needham, Newton and 20 other towns have met for 10 Monday mornings each spring and fall for classes that provide intellectual stimulation, vigorous discussion and good fellow­ship. Our classes cover a wide range. A brief synopsis of each course and teacher biography can be found on the Classes page. WWLL is a qualified 501(c)(3) organization.


President's Message

  1. Welcome to new and returning registrants. Hope you had a great summer!
  2. This fall we offer 14 courses. Eleven of the spring’s courses return. New are Constitutional Law, French and Irish Fiddler Extraordinaire: Martin Hayes. Not returning, sorry to say, is Helen Sagan’s wildly popular Opera. She unfortunately has a schedule conflict with the Met’s live HD broadcasts.
  3. WWLL continues to be on Wellesley Media TV at Wellesleymedia.org. The broadcasts are available to residents of all towns. Scroll down through the playlists to find Wellesley-Weston Lifetime Learning.
  4. We encourage you to bring friends, by far our best source of new members.
  5. WWLL is an all-volunteer organization. If you have an idea, or want to contribute in some way or share a talent (e.g., teach, suggest a teacher or serve on a committee), please talk to me or any officer or Director.
  6. Thank you for complete cooperation in not parking in the church’s reserved spots and fire lanes.
—Bruce Belason