• OLLI - Let's Connect!

Let’s Connect! OLLI Online Conversations

FREE weekly chat via Zoom, on Fridays from 10-11 a.m.

Let’s Connect! is a place to see some friendly faces, share experiences and maybe learn a thing or two. Hopefully, there will also be some much needed laughter! By pulling together, we can try to make the best of a bad situation!

Tracey Barnes-Priestley will facilitate the conversation and will have a new topic of discussion for each week.

 

August 6:

Let’s catch up! What occupied your interest, time, and attention during July? It will be enjoyable to hear about how we each spent the month. And remember … new members are always welcome! Feel free to invite your friends to join us! 

August 13:

Who co-wrote and performed “Take Me Home, Country Roads?" And just what was it about? In this session we’ll discuss the worst and the best places you’ve ever lived! What makes each of them stand out in your memory?

August 20:

What does the future look like for you now? While we seem to be through the worst of the pandemic, looking forward continues to be filled with questions and a lingering degree of uncertainty. In this session we’ll look at how each of us is moving into our future lives.

 

To join a conversation, complete the online RSVP form:

RSVP

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the meeting. Email or call 826-5880 with questions.

 

What is Zoom? How do I set it up?

Zoom is a web-based video conferencing tool that allows users to meet online, with or without video. If you are new to Zoom and would like to attend a free online training, please email olli@humboldt.edu for a link to the training. You can Zoom with OLLI -- we are here to support you!

 

Tracey Barnes-Priestley

Tracey Barnes Priestley

Tracey Barnes Priestley, M.A., is a life coach with a master’s degree in community counseling psychology and more than 40 years of experience as a counselor, educator and consultant. After closing her private practice last fall, she continues to write about aging issues in her column and blog, "The Second Half." She is appreciating a richly satisfying "third act" that includes everything from producing/hosting a PBS television show to polishing her second novel … and two precious grandkids!