R E C C S ● U ● L E A R N

HOW TO REGISTER?  Click on "Class Title" below   

. . . OR . . .

Visit REGISTRATION page under RECCS U button above

POSTPONED RECCS received the information below on March 12

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community, all Arapahoe Libraries programs, classes, storytimes, book clubs and events will be cancelled from March 14 - April 12.

 

All reservable spaces will be closed, including meeting rooms and study rooms. In addition, meeting room reservations will be canceled.

 

Currently, all library locations are open. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates.

Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney & Living Trusts:

       Making Sense of It All Practical advice in plain English

Erica Johnson, attorney & partner at Ambler Keenan Mitchell Johnson

Thursday, March 26, 9:30 - 11:30 am     $10 fee

Koelbel Arapahoe Library: 5955 S. Holly St. (at Orchard Rd.) Centennial 80121

 

 

RECCS U WELCOMES NON-MEMBERS

 

Members are encouraged to share information with their friends, neighbors, relatives and/or former colleagues, and invite them to register for classes. Same process. Same price. Same learning.

RECCS University CLASSROOMS ARE MOVING

 

As our classroom host over the past two years, SARC will soon close for a major renovation. Therefore, most RECCS U classes will be held in a variety of new public facilities in early 2020. The specific location for each class will be prominently displayed with all information.

 

CCSD: Fremont Building a few blocks south of SARC 

           Instruction Support Facility (ISF) near Eaglecrest HS

           ESC near Cherry Creek HS

 

Arapahoe Libraries: Koelbel at Orchard & Holly, 1 mile south of West MS

                                Smoky Hill 2 miles SE of Smoky Hill HS

                                Eloise May on Parker Road at Florida

 

City of Centennial: Public Works across street from CCSD’s Fremont Building

RECCS U GOALS

 

#1   Raise money to fund scholarships for high school seniors

Class fees have raised $5,000 to fund two RECCS Scholarships.

 

#2  Provide members with broad range of opportunities for active learning

Previous class topics have included technology, genealogy, rule of law, DNA, smart phone apps,

Vietnam, John Fielder’s photography, election politics, writing, life’s last chapters, selling on eBay, cybersecurity, Colorado travel, downsizing, and others.

 

#3   Offer people who share similar interests a reason for coming together

In the past two years, more than 450 people have attended RECCS U classes.

Last fall non-members represented about 10% of participants.

 

GENERAL INFO ABOUT RECCS U CLASSES

 

Class Presenters: Each volunteer presenter is a skilled expert with an intense interest in their topic. Many are retired employees & members’ friends or family members; others work or volunteer in our communities. Their generosity supports scholarships and gives back to our community.

 

Length of Classes: Usually two hours, once a week, in the morning or afternoon

 

Enrollment: Register online at www.reccs.org

 

Class Fees: $10 for a 2-hour class, or $5 per class hour

 

Online Payment: Pay with a credit card by clicking on the secure PayPal link, then follow directions. You do not need to have a PayPal account.

 

Marketing: Email messages to members and the RECCS website are our primary modes of communication - to save printing & mailing costs

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