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Center for Lifelong Learning
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Athens, AL 35611
Phone: (256) 233-8260
Fax: (256) 233-8269
Email: cll@athens.edu

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Academic Traveler

Academic Traveler
Celebrate the Season

Dec 2, 2014
Gaylord Opryland Resort
Nashville, Tennessee
There is no better way to celebrate the season than a trip to the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville. Join CLL as we travel to Nashville for an afternoon of fun and shopping.

Rates are per person and include round-trip transportation, entry fees, and tips. Meals are on your own.

Leaving at 9:30 am.
Reserve by Oct 30.
Must be paid in full by Nov 6.

Instructor: TBA
Time: 9:30am - 7:30pm
Fee: $55


Academic Traveler
Upcoming Travels

Dec 31, 2014
The Academic Traveler program is funded by participant fees. In order to hold the event, we must have a certain number of travelers enrolled and all fees must be paid by the deadline. Please make your reservation early.

Center for Lifelong Learning is located at 121 South Marion Street on the east side of the Courthouse Square in Athens, Alabama. You can call 256-233-8260 or email us at CLL@athens.edu. Watch this webpage for more information as it becomes available.

March 23-27, 2015
Savannah, Jekyll Island, & Beaufort, SC, $465

April 5-15, 2015
Greece: Journeys of Paul

April 2015
Annual Blooming Festival, Cullman

May 2015
To Kill a Mockingbird, Monroeville

June 2015
Helen Keller Festival, Tuscumbia

July 2015
WC Handy Festival, Florence

Sept 2015
Graceland, Beale St, Sun Studios, Memphis, TN

Oct 2015
Mystery Tour

Nov 2015
Israel: A Biblical Journey

April 2016
Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, GA

Instructor: TBA
Fee: $

Registration Closed - Call (256) 233-8260 to be placed on a waiting list

Academic Traveler - Savannah, Jekyll Island, and Beaufort
Mar 23, 2015
March 23 - March 27
Fee: $455 which includes
- 5 days, 4 nights
- Transportation in a top-quality motorcoach that is restroom and video equipped.
- 4 consecutive nights in the Savannah area
- 8 meals including: 4 breakfasts and 4 dinners

Incredible price includes:
Day 1: Spacious, video, and restroom equipped Motorcoach trip to Savannah.
Day 2: Guided tour of genteel, beautiful and historic Savannah, the Belle of Georgia” Free time on River Street to visit eateries, unusual shops and antique galleries
Day 3: Tour of Jekyll & St Simon’s Island — see how early millionaires lived and played, visit the once exclusive “Millionaires Club”
Day 4: Tour gorgeous Beaufort, SC, “Queen of the Carolina Sea Islands” ….plus a visit to Parris Island Marine Base, the Iwo Jima Monument and Museum
Day 5: Return to Athens with new friends and stories to tell your neighbors.

$75 due upon registration. Final payment due 1/17/2015.
For information and reservation contact: Dr. Diane Sauers at 256-233-8261

Instructor: TBA
Fee: $455


Academic Traveler
Greece-- In the Footsteps of Paul the Apostle

Apr 8, 2015
11 days, 20 meals provided
April 5, 2015

Visit two monasteries in Meteora and learn about the devote lifestyle of the monks. Explore ancient Corinth on a guided tour, featuring Agora and the Bema, where Paul was brought before the tribunal. Join local experts exploring the monument of ancient Athens, including the Acropolis.

Includes Athens, 3-night cruise of Mykonos, Ephesus, Santorini, Thessaloniki, Meteora, Delphi, Acropolis.

Rates are per person, double occupancy and include land, round-trip air, tax and fuel charges.
Passport required. Dr. Ron Fritze is ASU faculty leader.

More information is available by viewing the catalog on our web page or by clicking the link here or call 256-233-8260.

Instructor: Ron Fritze
Fee: $


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