What is Third Age Learning Kitchener-Waterloo?

Third Age Learning Kitchener-Waterloo (TAL-KW) is a volunteer organization that provides lecture series by professors and community experts to Waterloo Region audiences. TAL-KW presents continuing-education challenges for active, mature minds every fall, winter, and spring. Click here to learn more.

Fall 2023 Series: Game Changers

Innovators and Innovations Driving New Realities

This fall, we have put together a provocative series of presentations focusing on innovators and innovations, which challenge existing paradigms and bring about new realities. Innovations, and those who are the innovators, drive the changes that are affecting almost every part of our life. As such, our speakers will be addressing a wide range of innovation areas, such as health care, politics, reconciliation efforts, evolution of electric vehicles, entrepreneurship that addresses an environmental issue, solutions to community challenges, the performing arts, and AI technology that underpins so many of the innovative endeavours reshaping our world.

We look forward to you participating in this thought-provoking series of eight lectures, starting Tuesday, October 17. We will continue to offer two different ways to enjoy this series: you can bring your own beverage and join us in person at RIM Park with chairs generously spaced OR you can join us virtually from the comfort of your own home.

Our Current & Upcoming Lecture Series


Interested in volunteering with TAL-KW on the Board of Directors or other areas? Please click below if you’re interested in learning more.

Our lectures are presented online and in-person at RIM Park.

The Forbes Family Room
2001 University Ave E, Waterloo ON N2K 4K4