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.
Browse the website. Click on the white menu headings above to review event category summaries. To review individual event pages, click on the down arrow for the drop down menu, and select the event you are interested in.
Be prepared to register for LLL events:
LLL events require advance online registration and payment, except for the Weekday Speaker Series
Popular events sell out quickly. If you do not have a LLL account, do not wait until the last minute to create one.
To create a LLL new user account, use the Create Account link on the right side of this page and follow the directions. If you have questions or need help, send an email to: email@example.com
Premier Speaker Series are presented at the Tuscany Falls Renaissance Theater. The programs begin at 7 p.m. Admission to all Premier Speaker Series events is $15 per person and advance registration online is required. Up to four admissions can be purchased in one transaction per LLL user account.
Tickets can be purchased the evening of the event, cash only, in the lobby of the Renaissance Theater one hour prior to the presentation.
March 15: A Tour of the Dark Web
Join former FBI Special Agent Michael McAndrews for an intriguing and entertaining presentation of the more nefarious corners of the Internet. McAndrews' overview of the dark web, includes issues relevant to the average American as well as implications for industry and government.
The LLL Trip Team is excited to present a lineup of new and favorite trips. Check out the Trip web page for more information. Up to two registrations can be purchased in one transaction per LLL user account.
March 19: ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration
Event is full - register for waitlist
Start with an amazing experience watching a film shown in ASU's Marston Exploration Theater, which uses 4K projection in 3D stereographic vision. "The Moon Revealed" looks at the moon’s history, missions and culture, including the latest research. Take a docent-led tour through the Center for Meteorite Studies, home to the world's largest university-based meteorite collection. The tour continues at the Mars Space Flight Facility and the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) facility to take a docent-led walk-through space exploration history and observe scientists working on lunar data in the Science Operations Center.
Weekday Speaker Series are at the Tuscany Falls Renaissance Theater. The programs begin at 10 a.m. Event fee is $5 at the door. No registration required.
March 11: Growing Goodyear - The Future is Bright
Join Wynette Reed, Goodyear’s new City Manager, to hear more about Goodyear’s current status and the future of Goodyear.
Registration is limited to one per person/LLL user account per transaction. With the exception of cooking classes, classes are presented at the LifeLong Learning Center, Room 107.
Open for registration:
March 28: Next Steps in Genealogy Research
Join Denise Beeson in a class to help ensure you are successful in mapping out your family history.
Events are full - register for waitlist:
March 6: The Blues - Truth Tellin' Music
Great Decisions 2024:
Great Decisions classes are presented at the LifeLong Learning Center, Room 107.
Discuss U.S. foreign policy and global issues. This is an excellent opportunity to meet new friends and discuss world affairs. We have no experts, only eager learners. Great Decision has 3 class sections. Each class section meets once a week for 8 weeks. If you miss this year's Great Decisions discussions, mark your calendars to register for the 2025 classes.
Book discussions are the 1st Thursday of each month, 4 p.m., at the LifeLong Learning Center, Room 107. 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.
PC Reads Nonfiction:
Book discussions are the 3rd Thursday of each month, 4 p.m., at the LifeLong Learning Center, Room 107. This nonfiction discussion group is for readers of history, military history, sports and other topics that the group decides to pursue.
March 21: Ultra Processed People by Chris van Tulleken
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