Center for Enrichment & Life Long Learning
What's Your Capacity for Growth?
The Center for Enrichment is a place where adults (age 50 years and better) can gather to stay active, healthy and continue to learn. The center provides opportunities for education, wellness and spiritual growth while encouraging social interaction.
Click below for the current catalog of member and guest programs.
Click here for the Clement Manor Center for Enrichment Course Catalog
Keynote Series / One Time Presentations / Senior Sage Movies
are open to members ($3) and guests ($5), and take place from 1:30 to 3pm unless otherwise noted. Registration is appreciated. Please call 414-546-7302.
- The 1,000 Words with John Horgan. Explore the story of the moment, the individuals and the photographers behind a selection of Pulitzer Prize winning photos.April 19
- The Magnificent Machines of Milwaukee with Thomas Fehring. Learn about the early industry near the Milwaukee River and the beginning of Milwaukee's identity as a principal center of industrial innovation in the United States.May 17
- Kindertransport: Escaping Nazis, My Mother's Story with Judy Ormond. A personal story of how Judy's mother, part of the organized rescue effort "Kindertransport" prior to the outbreak of World War II, survived the Holocaust and started a new life in a new country.June 5
- Balloons on the Rise by Gregg Trojanowski. Join this amateur photographer on his road trip along Route 66 from central Illinois to Albuquerque, New Mexico and enjoy the spectacular color of the annual hot air International Balloon Fiesta.SENIOR SAGE MOVIES
Join us on Tuesday's for a series of movies chosen to inspire and foster conversation. Movies begin at 1pm. Open to members and guests. Reservations helpful. Please call 414-546-7302. March 6
- The Zookeeper's WifeMarch 13
- It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad WorldMarch 20
- BrookynApril 24
- The Shape of WaterMay 1
- Our Souls at NightMay 8
- Human FlowMay 15
- Only the BraveMay 22
- WonderMay 29
- Lady Bird
FREE programs for members and guests:
iPad, iPod, iPhone Support
Bring questions or concerns and learn from other class participants on long-time technology users. Learn about the latests apps, how to set up your contacts and calendar. Fourth Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Registration apprecated. Please call 414-546-7302. ANDROID TABLET SPECIFIC SESSION
scheduled for Tuesday, June 13 from 10 to 11:30am. Free to members.
- a "come when you can" weekly writing club that brings writers together to share and develop all types of writing talent. Wednesdays from 1 to 2pmTuesday Bridge Club
- weekly from 9 to 11am.Club Loomineers
- a no needle knitting group. First Wednesday of the month from Noon to 1pm.Early Stage Support Group
- for those in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease or related dementia and their care partners. First Monday of every month. Registration required for first-time attendees. Call Laurie Nowak at 414-546-7367 to register.Alzheimer's Association Family/Caregiver Support Group
- Call Alice Hatzenbeller at 414-546-7980 to register.
Life Long Learning Book Club and Mystery Book Group
LIFELONG LEARNING BOOK CLUB meets the first Tuesday of every month from Noon to 1:00p.m. No fee. Open to all book lovers!
January 2 - Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf, Alan Ken Haruf
February 6 - Lilac Girls-A Novel by Martha Hall Kelly
March 6 - The Boy at the Top of the Mountain by John Boyne
April 3 - The Simplicity of Cider by Amy E. Reichert
May 1 - Commonwealth: A Novel by Ann Patchett
June 5 - Camino Island by John Grisham
MYSTERY BOOK GROUP meets the third Monday of every month from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. No fee. Open to all.
March 19 - Earthly Delights by Kerry Greenwood
April 16 - Murder on the Iditarod Trail by Jessie Arnold and Alex Jensen
May 21 - The Cold Dish: A Longmire Mystery by Craig Johnson
Click here for more info about Pulitzer Prize Winner - All The Light We Cannot See
Schedule of Classes - 2018
Term 1: January 15 - February 21
Term 2: March 5 - April 11
Term 3: April 23 - May 30
Term 4: June 11 - July 18
Term 5: September 10 - October 17
Term 6: October 29 - December 5
Brain Fitness – Right Here!
Learning is a health-promoting entity. Learning involves structural, chemical, and functional changes in the brain helping students stay mentally active, curious, and involved. Not only that, the social connections made with other students foster a sense of community and togetherness.
The Perfect Gift for the “Person Who Has Everything”
Gift certificates for the Center for Enrichment are a perfect gift for someone who enjoys learning, wants to stay fit, and likes to meet new people. Single membership is just $25 and a couple membership is only $35 for an entire year! Membership includes discount coupons toward the cost of courses, meals in the Rainbow Room, reduced fee or no cost events and programming, and member only special events. Contact us today about a gift certificate for that special someone!
Becoming A Volunteer Instructor
Older adults are seeking not only to live longer but to live more active, meaningful lives. Participation in a life long learning course can produce significant benefits for older adults. From the days of LaFarge Life Long Learning to today, the School Sisters of St. Francis sponsored, Center for Enrichment and Life Long Learning, has relied on the passion of others from the community to share their interests with students. Volunteering as an instructor and sharing information about a topic that you enjoy will make a difference. Contact us today for more information
Clement Manor Center for Enrichment and Life Long Learning Receives the Wisconsin Health Care Association 2008 Community Harmony Award
The Center is making a positive impact on older adults in Southeastern Wisconsin! The Community Harmony Award is given to a health care facility that successfully and consistently brings the community into the lives of its residents and provides programs and initiatives that meet community needs. This is possible with the help of hundreds of volunteer instructors that are willing to share their time and passion for a topic with other inquisitive adults.
Programming includes courses and presentations about: current affairs, foreign language, art, history, staying fit and active, writing life stories, photography, cooking, conservation, spirituality, and getting the most out of Nintendo Wii. Computer classes connect students with family and remote places of the world.
Independent and Assisted Living Apartment Residents Enjoy FREE Membership
Apartment residents instantly become free members of the Center for Enrichment where exciting opportunities for continued personal growth are provided through adult education classes.
For more information about membership or class schedule, please contact: Kristy Beyer at (414) 546-7990 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
CFE Address: 9405 W. Howard Avenue | Greenfield, WI 53228