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Meet new members, learn and discover together.
Are you looking for other people with similar interests to your own? Or do you want to learn something new in a social setting? LIFE has a variety of clubs that meet on campus monthly throughout the year and are open to all members for no charge or for a nominal annual fee.
The Blue Zone Club NEW
This new club is based on the Blue Zones, areas of higher than typical concentration of centenarians (people over 100 years old), discovered by Dan Buettner and the National Geographic over a decade ago, but practised for hundreds of years. These areas have nothing in common geographically, being as far apart as Costa Rica and Japan. However, there are common life habits that seem to relate to the unusual concentration of healthy older people and we will try to research ways to adopt these habits.
Let’s revisit and rediscover the great works of fiction that have stood the test of time. Their themes are universal, their characters memorable, their scope large, and their insight profound. Join us as we meet - usually on the of every month - to savour some literary classics.
Climate Change Club NEW
We are pleased to announce the formation of a new Climate Action Club for LIFE members who are eager to join forces to learn more about climate change and its effects, to discuss the issues and potential solutions and to learn how to support local organizations who are active in the climate change movement.Please join us for the inaugural meeting on Wednesday, April 1 at 10 a.m. in Room CED303 of The Chang School, 297 Victoria Street, Ryerson University. The purpose of this meeting is to meet each other, to determine how much interest there is among members and to forge out a plan for future activities.Please join us if want to meet others who are interested and/or passionate or if you simply want to know what this is all about.
The Lunch Club normally meets the fourth Thursday of the month, except July and August, and December when we join LIFE for its winter holiday lunch. Exact dates are confirmed at the beginning of each month. Lunch may be at an ethnic restaurant or one that is a neighbourhood favourite or unique in some other way. Members recommend restaurants that are reasonably priced and accessible via TTC and share in the responsibility of organizing lunches. All members are sent notices of up-coming lunches beforehand and You must be a LIFE member to attend. . Most restaurants are small and space is limited so reservations are necessary.Coordinator:
To Register: Pam Hitchcock firstname.lastname@example.org
All LIFE members are welcome to join the Movie Club for monthly matinees. Membership is free and emails are sent to club members with complete details regarding each month’s film. Check the club blog http://www.lifemovieclub.blogspot.ca/, to get a sense of the types of movies we enjoy. Many members like to get together at a nearby restaurant afterward. If you plan to join in the noshing and nattering, RSVP is required the Saturday before the film. No need to RSVP if you’re not going to the restaurant. .
Are you interested in photography? Do you want to be able to make better images? Our meetings will feature discussions of ideas and techniques, equipment, computer software, common problems, etc. In addition to professional photographers who speak to our club, we include sharing and constructive feedback for each other’s images, and sometimes group shoots or gallery visits. The club is aimed at those who already have some experience making photos, but LIFE members at any level of expertise are welcome. A schedule of topics will be chosen at the beginning of each term. You must be a LIFE member to attend.
Table Tennis Club
Location: Mattamy Athletic Centre, 50 Carleton Street, 4th Floor mezzanine
The Triple-E Investment Club meets monthly to monitor the investment scene, to learn how to put together portfolios, and to enhance our investing knowledge. At club meetings we review the economic events of the past month, make presentations, review reports and books, and discuss issues raised by members. You must be a LIFE member to attend.
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Do you have an interest or a passion not yet covered by one of our clubs? Start your own LIFE club.
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