Prepare Now for LifeLong Learning Season
Registration and sales begin Oct. 1

Registration for LifeLong Learning trips and classes is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to get ready to do your purchases online, the best way to get the programs you want. If you do not want to make purchases online, please note you can come to the LLL Center in the Eagle’s Nest Activities Center on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 8 a.m.-noon and every Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to noon.

We’ve improved the online process this year, but we need you to do your part to ensure it all happens smoothly.

What can you do?

Already registered?
If you made purchases online last season, check to make sure you remember your login and password and that they are working correctly by going to If you forgot your user name or password, use the links to update. Once you’ve logged in, please go to “Your Profile” and make sure both your first and last names, your email and phone are listed. This is crucial for our attendance lists for trips and classes.

New to LifeLong Learning ONLINE?
Go to and complete the form. Please use both your FIRST and LAST names — they are needed for class and trip lists — and complete the rest of the required fields correctly. If you enter incorrect information your transactions may be delayed or even fail, and we will not be able to contact you if there is a change. Please note your information is secure and we never share it with anyone. 

Learn More about Arizona this Season

Whether you’re a long-time resident of PebbleCreek or just moved here, there is always something new to learn about the issues unique to our area. This year LifeLong Learning at PebbleCreek has several lectures, classes and trips to introduce and educate about things uniquely Arizona, listed here in chronological order.

Verde Canyon Railroad: The 20-mile journey through 100 years of history is one of Arizona’s top destinations. Join the LifeLong Learning trip for the ride and dinner and a cowboy show at the Blazin’ M. Ranch on Wednesday, Nov. 16.

Drought in the Southwest: According to the Arizona State Climate Office, we are now in the 21st year of a long-term drought, far longer than the normal seven to eight year cycle. What does this mean for the future and what is being done to protect our water supply? Tom Buschatzke, director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources, is the Monday Morning Lecture speaker Jan. 9.

Enjoy the arts with LifeLong Learning

You talked, we listened.

After last year’s first trip to the Phoenix opera, we heard, “Can’t wait for next year’s trip!” and “Why don’t you have a trip to the ballet, too?”

So, this coming season, in addition to the annual trip to the Phoenix Symphony, LifeLong Learning is planning trips to the opera and the ballet. While registration for these trips doesn’t open until October 1, you may want to mark your calendar now!

Friday, January 20: We’ll be at the morning performance of “A Night of Leonard Bernstein” at the Phoenix Symphony, featuring the symphonic dances of West Side Story and selections from his choral works.

Saturday, February 4: Enjoy an evening performance of Puccini's greatest masterpiece, Madame Butterfly, at the Phoenix Opera. This memorable story of an innocent geisha’s love for an American naval officer will be sung in Italian with English subtitles.

Saturday, February 11: Watch the most famous love story of all time, Romeo and Juliet, danced by Ballet Arizona, with music performed by the Phoenix Symphony at a matinee performance in Symphony Hall.