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South Shore Branch of AAUW
This organization sponsors educational programs that are free and open to the public, and interest groups for members including adventures in dining, writers' group, game night, decluttering support group, and yarn group.
Quincy Access Television
Learn how to produce your own television program, including crewing and directing programs, using a camcorder, and editing.
University Based Programs
Boston University Evergreen Program
Courses and seminars for adults aged 58+.
Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement
A membership organization that offers courses in a wide variety of subjects, not restricted to Harvard alumni or affiliates.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
Courses and programs for adults aged 50+, located at UMass Boston.
University of Massachusetts at Boston
College of Advancing and Professional Studies
Lowell Lecture Series
Sponsored by the Lowell Institute, this series was established in 1836 with the specific mission of making great ideas accessible to all people, free of charge. Lectures are held at the Boston Public Library and are free to the public.
National Park Service
At a variety of Massachusetts National Historical Sites and Parks, learn about the social, economic, environmental, maritime, and literary history of the northeast.
Quincy Historical Society
Throughout the year, QHS presents guest historians, authors, musicians, artists, and actors in discussions of history and historically-informed performances. Topics range from fascinating insights into Quincy and area history through the whole span of American history.
Learning Links Technology Center
Quincy Community Action Program's community technology access center offers free on-site technical help, tutoring, and computer classes for low-income people who do not have access to a computer and/or the Internet.
1000 Southern Artery Senior Citizens Center
Computer classes for adults aged 62 and older. Open to non-residents for a small fee. For more information, call 617-471-1000.