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Lifelong Learning

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SAGE offers a variety of classes to help LGBT older adults expand their horizons, learn something new, and meet new people through the Lifelong Learning program. These special courses are led by experienced instructors and are designed to provide an enriching experience within a supportive social environment. Courses include foreign language classes, creative writing, theatre workshops, digital storytelling and many more.

Download the latest Lifelong Learning Course Booklet.

Deadlines to apply for courses are included in the course listings. Please note that applications must be received by the stated deadlines. To apply for a course listed in the booklet, please stop by The SAGE Center to apply in person or call us, at 646-576-8669.

SAGE strives to make its programs available to all LGBT older adults regardless of their ability to pay. Scholarships may also be available for older adults who receive public assistance or otherwise demonstrate financial need. To apply for a scholarship, please click on the "Scholarship Information" tab, above.

If you have questions or would like additional information about the Lifelong Learning program or any of the individual courses, please contact Rebecca Heisler, Program Coordinator, at 212-741-2247 or

SAGE's Lifelong Learning Program is generously funded in part by the Department for the Aging (DFTA).

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