Welcome to LifeLong Learning

LifeLong Learning at PebbleCreek, a volunteer organization, provides opportunities to expand the knowledge and horizons of the community’s residents. Our goal is to provide programs to entice you to explore new subjects and discover new places in the Metro Phoenix area. Our devoted volunteers offer quality programs to keep your mind active and engaged.

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The 2022 - 2023 LifeLong Learning season

The season is coming to an end and we hope you enjoyed the Monday Morning and Premiere Lectures, Classes, Trips and PC Reads. LLL appreciates your support of these events.

What happens during the off season? LLL volunteer teams work hard researching new presentations, classes and trips for your enjoyment and learning experience.

Look for future announcements of events on this website, the LLL newsletter "LifeLine" and the PebbleCreek Post. Learning never ends and there will be a lot of new events to expand your world!


For technical assistance or questions about LifeLong Learning send an email anytime to info@lifelonglearningatpc.org  A LLL volunteer will be happy to assist you.

Special Presentation:


April 12: Learning More About Electric Vehicles
Ford Mustang 3 editedCar makers are jumping on the electric car and truck bandwagon, and the rise in gas prices is fueling more than your gas engine. Worried about charger access? Take a look around and you’ll be surprised at how many you see. Even our own Robson Reserve has chargers now.

On Wednesday, April 12, 2023, from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m., LifeLong Learning is partnering with vendors and APS to provide a show to answer your EV questions. Come join us at the Tuscany Falls parking lot and ballroom to learn more about our electric future!  

This is a FREE event; no registration is required.

Special Presentation by the PebbleCreek Homeowners Association  

In April 2021, the PCHOA Board of Directors assembled a Transition Advisory Group (the “TAG”) to identify and analyze what will be necessary for a successful transition from Developer control. The participants in TAG were selected by the resident board members at that time.  Catherine Lindstrom and Paul Polk, PCHOA homeowner members of the TAG committee will present PCHOA Transition 101.

For more details and how to register: PCHOA Transition 101 classes


PC Reads:
Meets the 1st Thursday of each month. This book discussion group gives you an opportunity to discuss a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction books with others who also like to read.

Featured book for April 6:
The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn

PC Reads Nonfiction:
Meets the 2nd Thursday of each month. This nonfiction discussion group is for readers of history, military history, sports and other topics that the group decides to pursue.

April 2023 - PC Reads Nonfiction will not be meeting

All PC Reads and PC Reads Nonfiction book discussions are free events
. Registration is required. Registration is limited to one person for each LLL user account.

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Need help creating an LLL user account or registering for events?

Be prepared:  A LifeLong Learning user account is required to register for all Classes, Great Decisions, Premier Lectures, Trips, and PC Reads. To create a LifeLong Learning user account, begin with the Create Account link on the upper right side of the page.

For weekly updates about LifeLong Learning events, be sure to subscribe to the LifeLine. Subscribe at the boxed link on the upper right side of the page.

For technical assistance or questions about LifeLong Learning send an email anytime to info@lifelonglearningatpc.org A LLL volunteer will be happy to assist you.


Share your ideas with us

Let us know what type of events you would like LLL to offer.

We welcome your recommendations.  To send us your recommendation for an event, click the category and take a brief moment to complete the form.

We appreciate your interest and support of LifeLong Learning programs.







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