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 is here

and will be bigger and better than ever!


Be prepared:  Do not wait until the last minute, a LifeLong Learning account is required to register for most events and it is easy to create using the Create Account link on the right side of this page.  Watch this space for event registration dates. Announcements will also be in the LLL e-newsletter “LifeLine,” PebbleCreek Post and PebbleNews.

Complete event description and registration information can be accessed from the menus above by hovering over one of the category menus at the top of this page, and choosing an event.


Classes: All classes open for registration

The Class team has put together a diverse list of 35 classes. There is something for everyone. Included are new class debuts, cooking demonstrations, photography related topics, buying a car in today’s market, and so many other fascinating topics.

Great Decisions:  Registration expected to open Oct. 11, 8 a.m.

Monday Morning Lectures:
Mark your calendar for opening "Monday", Oct. 17, 10 a.m.
LLL has 16 very interesting speakers and a wide variety of topics for the season. $5 at the door; no registration required.

Premier Lectures:
5 Premier Lectures are offered.  Four registrations may be made per LLL user account. Access the complete description and registration option for each lecture by hovering over Premier Lectures menu at the top of this page.  Opening date of registration varies; refer to the specific lecture event for opening date of registration, opening time is 8 a.m.

November 5 begins the season with a look behind the scenes of the motion-picture industry, presented by Andy Friedenberg, founder of Cinema Society.

Open for registration:
Nov. 5: Motion Picture Industry,  3 p.m. Matinee

Nov. 5: Motion Picture Industry, 7 p.m.

Be sure to take a look at all the trips we have scheduled for you. If an event is sold out you may register for the wait list. Opening date of registration varies; refer to the specific trip event for opening date of registration; opening time is 8 a.m.

Open for registration:

Dec. 13:  Arizona Culinary Institute

Arizona Culinary Institute remains a popular trip and luncheon.  The October 11 and November 2 events sold out.

Nov. 16: Martin Auto Museum and Flite Goodyear

Martin Auto Museum features more than 140 vehicles, including classic cars, hot rods, customs, imports, and much more. It also has one of the largest collections of auto memorabilia, antique gas pumps, and signage anywhere in the world. FLITE Goodyear campus was originally built in 1942. Learn about the historical importance of its pre WWII history when Flite Goodyear was producing blimps and fighter pilots, and so much more.

Nov. 30: Sikh Temple and Arizona Jewish Historical Society

Learning about religions deepens our understanding of other people, their cultures and ourselves.  Our journey begins at the beautiful Sikh temple called Nishkan Seva Gurdwara Sahib and The Arizona Jewish Historical Society that includes a docent led tour of the current exhibit, “We Remember the Holocaust." Lunch is included at China Chili, one the best Chinese restaurants in Phoenix.


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.

Open for registration:
Oct. 6: The Daughters of Yalta: The Churchills, Roosevelts and Harrimans by Catherine Grace Katz

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

Open for registration:
Oct. 13:  Man of Destiny:  FDR and the Making of the American Century, by Alonzo Hamby


All PC Reads book discussions are free events. Registration required.

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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.


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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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