Sibley Senior Association

SIBLEY SENIOR ASSOCIATION INFORMATION

Created for our community, the Sibley Senior Association offers special services for an annual fee of $20 for individuals and an additional $18 for an associate membership at the same address.

The Sibley Senior Association is designed just for people 50 and over. Membership gives you access to many special benefits, including discounted parking in the visitor parking garage, periodic screenings, recreational activities, classes, seminars, support groups and more. Many of our programs are provided via Zoom.

Staying Healthy
To help you maintain your good health, membership in the Sibley Senior Association includes periodic screenings for potential conditions before they become serious health risks. Screenings are by appointment and may include glaucoma, hearing, depression, fall risk and breast health.

Staying Active
Staying active is fun with a variety of exercise and recreation programs.

Staying Independent
Services to help you maintain your independence include the AARP driver safety class, fall prevention program, save your back program and special discounts.

Providing Support
A wide range of support services is available with regular meetings moderated by a health care professional or a volunteer trained by the sponsoring organization.

Staying Informed
Educational programs are presented throughout the year by medical, academic and other professionals to help you stay current.

Join the Sibley Senior Association and be a part of a program dedicated to promoting a healthy, independent and active lifestyle.
Contact us!
202-364-7602
Visit www.sibley.org/seniors
honora@jhmi.edu

GetSetUp

GetSetUp is on a mission to help those over 55 learn new skills, connect with others and unlock new life experiences. The social learning platform helps over 3 million older adults in 160 countries stay mentally and physically fit, creates economic opportunities through jobs and reskilling, and provides a community where people find meaning and purpose by sharing their knowledge and passions and forming new connections. Classes are taught by older adults on a highly interactive, custom-built video platform where older adults can connect during and in between classes. Classes are taught in English, Spanish, Hindi, and Mandarin.

Learn more at https://www.getsetup.org

Community College of Baltimore County

At CCBC, it’s all about learning…your way!

Because learning never stops.
With an eclectic range of courses from politics, fine arts, and history to classes designed to keep you healthy and well, like water aerobics, tai chi, chair Yoga and Pilates,  CCBC Senior Adventures in Learning (SAIL) lets you explore learning the way you choose…and the way it fits your life.

In-person or ZOOM.
Whether you want to return to the classroom, or prefer learning via a ZOOM class, we have a wide selection of courses to let you stay sharp and stay connected. It’s easier than ever for you to pursue a hobby, focus on your passion, learn a language or gain some cardio!

Life cycles.
Before, you enrolled in classes to boost your career, achieve a learning goal or get a promotion, but now it’s time to really focus on YOU! SAIL classes play a vital role in the lives of thousands of adults 60+. Find your interest. Be curious. Anticipate tomorrow! No matter your approach, CCBC responds to you.

Loads of viewpoints.
Our diverse community of learners brings a great perspective to each class and our incredible staff of adjunct faculty bring their commitment and expertise to every session, keeping you “on your toes” in a safe, friendly, welcoming environment.

Pay only fees!
Individuals 60+ take any class tuition free, only paying fees! That’s a saving on every course.

SAIL@CCBC classes include:

  • Art & Photography
  • Computers
  • History, Politics & Current Events
  • Hobbies, Cooking, Home Improvement
  • Humanities and Culture
  • Learn Lectures
  • Personal Development
  • World Languages
  • Wellness and Fitness

Montgomery County Public Libraries

Montgomery County Public Libraries (MCPL) offers services, programs and resources to encourage and help County residents of all ages learn and grow. MCPL promotes intellectual freedom, accountability, quality service, diversity, fairness, professional ethics, integrity of information and respect for customers, community, and staff. MCPL is a learning organization that functions openly by exploring new ideas and using the collective talent, knowledge, and creativity of employees at all levels.

Our numerous services and resources include:

AARP

AARP is creating real, meaningful change. We’re proud to help all our communities become the best they can be. Like providing family caregivers with tips to take care of loved ones, helping to make our communities more livable and hosting fun, virtual events all across Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.

AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan member organization, and has been working to promote the health and well-being of older Americans for more than 60 years.

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins

Learn from the experts at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins University (Osher at JHU). Join our faculty and members just like you for courses in:

  • History
  • Music
  • Art
  • Film
  • Science
  • Literature, and more

The Fall semester is underway. New courses begin November 1st—as previewed in the video above. The Spring 2022 semester will offer in-person and online Zoom options.

Guest Memberships and Annual Memberships are available; visit https://advanced.jhu.edu/academics/lifelong-learning/osher-lifelong-learning-institute/ and click Memberships for details.

Not a member yet? You can sign up for selected lectures like the American Anniversary Series. For details and to register online visit:

https://advanced.jhu.edu/academics/lifelong-learning/osher-lifelong-learning-institute/membership/and select the Nonmembers and Visitors membership.

Questions? Call us or fill out the request form to be added to our email list.

We want to meet you!