Monday, Oct. 31: The Supreme Court and the Election 

bender 2The President’s responsibility to nominate judges to the U.S. Supreme Court —and how those nominees will shape the next few decades — is one of the most important issues in this presidential election, as this Monday Morning Lecture speaker will discuss.

ASU Professor Paul Bender, one of LifeLong Learning’s most popular speakers, will discuss how the death of Justice Antonin Scalia impacted the court’s ability to make decisions on important cases last term as well as the cases that the eight-member court is considering between now and the time a new justice will be confirmed.

Bender teaches U.S. and Arizona constitutional law. He served as dean of the law school from 1984-1989, during which time he was instrumental in starting ASU's Indian Legal Program. Prior to joining ASU, he was on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

He served as principal deputy solicitor general of the United States from 1993-1997, and served as general counsel to the Federal Commission on Obscenity and Pornography from 1968-1970.

He has written extensively about constitutional law and intellectual property and has argued more than 20 cases before the Supreme Court. He continues to participate in cases before federal and state courts involving issues such as civil rights, race and sex discrimination, and freedom of speech and religion.

A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard School of Law, Bender is currently Chief Justice of the Fort McDowell Nation Supreme Court and the San Carlos Apache Court of Appeals.

NOTE: This lecture will be held in the Tuscany Falls Ballroom, due to the renovation of the Renaissance Theater. Tickets are $4 at the door and will be sold in the ballroom lobby.

Trips, Classes and Lectures
Selling Briskly


Welcome to the 2016-17 season of LifeLong Learning at PebbleCreek! 

We are excited about the lectures, trips, classes and special programs the volunteer team has planned for this season and hope you will take advantage of as many as fit your schedule and interests. The full SCHEDULE is online for you to print--and available in the clubhouses and Activities Office.

While several trips and classes are already sold out, please join the waiting list. We frequently go to the waiting list as openings occur due to travel schedules and other unanticipated conflicts. 

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Use the "Create an account" link to the right and complete the form. Please use both your FIRST and LAST names 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 are any changes. Please note your information is secure and we never share it with anyone.

LifeLong Learning Holds
Regular Office Hours


Thanks to the HOA, LIfeLong Learning now has it's own space in Room 107, the former dance studio at the Eagle's Nest Activities Center.

The LLL Center is open to purchase tickets or register for classes and trips  from 9 a.m. to noon on all weekdays, except those days when there is a Monday Morning Lecture. Please come to the Center to make your purchases or to register for classes and trips. On Mondays, we will sell tickets in the Renaissance Theater Lobby before the Monday Morning Lectures.

Tickets paid for by PayPal, credit card or check can be picked up at the "Will Call" counter any time the LLL Center is open.

LifeLong Learning has purchased tables and chairs for 24 people, so most of our classes will now be scheduled in the Center. Please check the printed SCHEDULE and this website for complete information and review the emails you receive after registering.

LLL Board of Directors and LLL volunteer teams will now meet in the Center, as well as an occasional HOA meeting or class offered by another PebbleCreek Club.

Donations are being accepted to help us complete the furnishing of the Center and to provide necessary teaching tools for all classes. 

Please check the online calendar  to see when  the LLL Center is open.