What is Third Age Learning (TAL)?

Third Age Learning is a volunteer organization that provides lecture series by professors and community experts to Waterloo Region audiences. TAL presents eclectic, continuing-education challenges for active, mature minds every fall and winter in two afternoon series of eight lectures each. A refreshment break adds to the vibrancy of the exchange of ideas. The fall series runs in October and November, the winter series in January and February, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Lectures start at 1:30 and end at 3:30 pm.

An 8 lecture series ticket purchased in advance costs $40. A series ticket purchased at the door costs $50. A day ticket ($8) may be purchased at the door just before a lecture.

Our Current & Upcoming Lecture Series

We don't have any upcoming lectures scheduled. Please check back with us in July.

Volunteering

  • Volunteer to check tickets at the door, or to help serve refreshments at the break.

  • Suggest topics for future series.

  • Inquire about joining the board or a committee.

Upcoming Lectures

No upcoming lectures scheduled.

News & Announcements

All Lectures Are Hosted at RIM Park

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

  • Free Parking Available
  • Wheel Chair Accessible