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Sage Learning in Retirement


SAGE is a community that offers classes and social activities that are inviting, stimulating and engaging.  A place to learn, grow, and renew.  Be a learner and a teacher as you catch up on your personal favorite interests and find out about the world you have yet to explore.  In person or virtually, we look forward to meeting you.
THE WEEK THAT WAS . . .  The next meeting of The Week That Was will be on September  8 at 11:00 am.  We are looking forward to another lively exchange of information.  Each get together, nearly everyone joins in with new information, suggestions for further readings, info on blogs, documentaries and books.  So, lots to talk about and great sources to check out.  Check out the Activities page to get a full description of this and other SAGE activities that will be announced soon.  Join the fun.  Be part of the discussion.  Details on the Activities page.
ENCORE . . . kicks off its first offering on September 29 at 9:30 am.  John will be having an Encore presentation of “The Truth About Area 51.”  What a great way to generate discussion.  Contact John and let him know you are interested in attending and he will send you the Zoom link a few days before the presentation.  Hats off to John for initiating the ENCORE series.  Be engaged, be prepared with questions, be prepared to enter “the next frontier.”

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A Little More About Us

SAGE is a membership-supported community of retired and semi-retired people who share great curiosity about the world and a commitment to life-long learning. To help satisfy those needs, our organization offers several classes, structured like small study groups, on a broad mix of subjects over the course of four terms each year. Members of each class select, research, share information, and lead casual, highly interactive discussions on topics related to the class’s overall subject. Extracurricular learning and social opportunities are also available, including a speaker series, interest-based clubs, field trips and a variety of special events.

To establish the roster of courses to be offered each quarter, a volunteer curriculum committee curates a large body of member-proposed topics. Members may then register for as many classes as they wish among the 10 to 20 offered. Each class has a pre-assigned coordinator who performs light administrative functions for the group. The participative learning environment in these small study groups promotes an immersive educational experience that is deeply enriching both intellectually and socially.

SAGE welcomes new members. If you are interested in a community bonded by intellectual curiosity, varied learning experiences and fellowship, we invite you to join us. You can sign up for the year or for an initial trial membership to get a sense of what it’s like to be part of our community.


Our classes take place at St. Andrew & St Charles Church, however, SAGE has no affiliation with the church.

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