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Mon 18

10:00 Mercer County’s Nutrition Program (SPB)

November 18 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Mon 18

12:30 Table Tennis (SPB)

November 18 @ 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Mon 18

1:00 Global Conversations (SC)

November 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The best part is the students. They have so much to share from their own life experiences; I learn a lot from them.

Evergreen Instructor

Evergreen Forum

 

REGISTER HERE

 

If the course of your choice is full, please add your name to our waitlist.

Request to be added to the waitlist here.

WELCOME to the Evergreen Forum, a program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC). We are well into our second decade! The Evergreen Forum has grown dramatically since 2001, from 40 participants in four classes the first semester to more than 600 in 28 classes recently. The organization is led by a volunteer Steering Committee with volunteer instructors. It is a member of the Road Scholar Institute Network.

The Forum provides stimulating daytime study and discussion programs for adults from throughout the greater Princeton area. It encourages active participation for those who enjoy learning for its own sake. Our course leaders are drawn from teachers and other professionals devoted to their subject and wishing to share their enthusiasm. Most of the courses take place in the Suzanne Patterson Building or at Monument Hall in Princeton. Others are held in various locations including the Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville.

The church is on Route 206 by the Lawrenceville School and on the NJ Transit bus 606 route. It is our vision that this expansion will help us plan and prepare for future growth!

THE REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR EVERGREEN FORUM HAS CHANGES: WE ARE NOW FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. If there is space at the time you register for a class, you will automatically be enrolled. We will no longer accept paper registrations, but there will be in-person assistance at PSRC for online registration during the first week of registration. Detailed course information is emailed to students at least two weeks prior to the start of classes, which generally run for eight weeks.

Governance of the Evergreen Forum is conducted by a Steering Committee elected by participants in the program at an Annual Meeting. The Steering Committee makes policy with respect to the courses offered, the recruitment and evaluation of course leaders and the conduct of the Annual Meeting and other meetings for participants. PSRC manages all administrative aspects of the program. Steering Committee positions include Chair, Vice-Chair, and Secretary as well as Standing and Ad Hoc committees with specified responsibilities.

Steering Committee Members 2019–2020:

Lynne Cullinane — Chair
Harold Kuskin — Vice Chair
Marna Golub-Smith — Secretary

Carol Calamoneri
Philip Carchman
Lynne Cullinane
Peggy de Wolf
David Egger
Eliot Freeman
Marna Golub-Smith
Milton Grannatt
Lee Harrod, ex officio
Elaine Jacoby, ex officio
Sandy Kurinsky
Stuart Kurtz
Harold Kuskin
Betty Lies
Robert Mehlman
Dianne Sadoff
Kurt Steiner

Abigail Meletti — PSRC Liaison

Participation in the Evergreen Forum is required to serve as a member of the Steering Committee or any other Evergreen Forum committee. Participants are persons who have taken or led an Evergreen Forum course. They are encouraged to contribute to the administration and operation of the program by serving as officers, committee members and course leaders. They are also invited to attend the Annual Meeting to vote in the election of Steering Committee members and on other such matters as presented by the Steering Committee.

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