Living in Lubbock
Tech Lifelong Learning Community (TTLLC) is a membership organization
which provides learning opportunities for people who are 55 years of age
and older who want to continue to expand their knowledge and interests.
No tests. No grades. Just the opportunity to learn something new. Through
this program, you'll meet and interact with people in the community by
participating in classroom learning, discussion groups, special events,
and social activities. Classes include Dinner and Drama, Lunch & Learning
at the Lubbock Club, Readers' Circle, Guest Chefs, Computer Basics, and
many more and you do not have to be a member to take the classes. For
more information, call Extended Studies at 742-7200.
Senior Centers offer
a wide variety of programs, services, and activities designed especially
for seniors! Dance the night away, paint up a storm in arts and crafts,
play some games or even grab a bite to eat for lunch.
Lunch is served daily Monday through Friday at these centers for
a suggested donation of $2:
Center, 2001 19th Street, 767-2710
Center, 213 40th Street, 767-2704
Mae Simmons Center,
2004 Oak Avenue, 767-2708
Trejo Senior Center,
3200 Amherst, 767-2705
centers are run and managed by the Parks and Recreation Department of
the City of Lubbock who provides leadership and resources. Feel free to
contact the centers and ask about seminars, dances, billiards, computer
labs, field trips, classes, exercise, defensive driving, board games,
income tax assistance, and more.