OLLI at HSU is the place where lifelong learners aged 50 and better are a part of the Humboldt State University community. It is a place to connect, learn, gather with your community and make new friends. OLLI is a place for you.
Beginning in March we will be offering our free community presentation series to include monthly presentations in McKinleyville. Everyone is invited to attend these free presentations, as well as our popular weekly free Brown Bag Lunch presentations held each week in the beautiful Hospice of Humboldt conference room.
We would like to thank the many Friends of OLLI who generously give to make it possible for OLLI at HSU to offer these opportunities at no cost to the community as well as funds to support course scholarships to make lifelong learning accessible for all our members. We will be celebrating our friends at a recognition event at the Sequoia Park Zoo on May 27.
OLLI at HSU will be collecting food donations to help support the Humboldt State University Oh SNAP! Student Food Programs. Peanut butter is one of the most needed items at the food cupboard. If you are able to share with students, please bring a jar of peanut butter to the OLLI Open House or Brown Bag Lunch presentations.
We hope to see you at the Spring Open House on Sat., Feb. 22 at the Sequoia Conference Center.
-- Sheila Rocker Heppe, Director & Kim Laney, Program Coordinator