The coronavirus pandemic shuttered some of Champaign-Urbana’s museums for a bit, but most are accepting in-person visitors now and at least one has special hours devoted to seniors.
Numerous topics about the pandemic will be covered in a weekly online course through Dec. 13.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Illinois is accepting memberships for its 2020 fall classes, all of which will be conducted via Zoom because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Words, art, songs – even social media posts – are welcomed by the Champaign County Historical Archives to help chronicle life during COVID-19.
Four films will be shown, two in February and two in March, as part of the Champaign-Urbana Jewish Film Festival. All movies are free.
Technology can be intimidating but many Champaign-Urbana organizations offer help.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in Champaign offers those 50-and-up a chance to take classes — but the opportunities extend far behind that.
This fall, individuals and organization across the Champaign-Urbana faith community are coming together with the intent to “strengthen the community by building relationships, deepening understanding, discovering common ground, and promoting collaboration on the significant issues of our time, while also appreciating the differences among us.” The Campus/Community Interfaith Steering Committee is holding its inaugural […]
A free, seven-week program for Champaign and Urbana residents that aims to increase civic knowledge and engagement is now taking applications.
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