Forever Learning Institute
Little Flower Parish Center
54191 Ironwood Rd., South Bend, IN.
Absalom! Absalom! (by Falkner)
Old-Time Ballroom Dancing
*Hours: We are officially in Winter Hours.The office is open from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Monday through Friday. We will be closed Friday, Dec 23, through Monday, Jan 2.
*FLI Winter Session: In addition to FLI classes at the Jewish Federation, we are excited to have the first winter session at Little Flower Parish Center. Please continue checking here for class information.
*Please note: that the winter semester is shorter than the fall and spring semesters. In case of inclement weather, the instructors will do their best to offer make-up classes.
*New Executive Director: The FLI Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Eve Finnessy as the new Executive Director of Forever Learning Institute. In this role, Eve will be responsible for all daily operations of FLI and will collaborate closely with the Board of Directors in promoting the ongoing development and viability of Forever Learning.
Eve brings extensive, relevant experience to her new position. Following her graduation from Purdue with a degree in journalism and telecommunications, she served as a writer/editor for a newspaper near Fort Wayne. She then entered the field of marketing and became Director of Marketing and Member Services for a large not-for-profit professional association in Chicago.
After relocating to Granger, Eve substituted for Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation and served as interim Director of Religious Education at Saint Pius X Parish. In terms of community involvement, she volunteers at the Women's Care Center, REAL Services, and as a catechist at Saint Pius X.
Eve, her husband, John, and their three children reside in Granger.
THE JEWISH FEDERATION
Beginning German 101
Sit and Be Fit
Sit and Be Fit
Martinez: My Polonaise
Corbett: Beginning Watercolor
Forever Learning Institute strives to improve the quality and dignity of senior adult life through continuing intellectual challenge, spiritual reflection, and social interaction.
Students are admitted without regard to any race, color, religion, or national and ethnic origin.