The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education announces exciting lineup for annual 50+ Festival,
Toronto, – Presented by Programs for 50+ at The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University, the 50+ Festival, now in its ninth year, offers an impressive lineup of sessions—mostly free of charge— that encourage the discovery of new possibilities for those 50 years and older. Running from , the annual festival engages older adults interested in personal growth and continued learning.
Featuring collaborations with the Toronto International Film Festival and the Royal Conservatory of Music, the 50+ Festival will engage, uplift, and inspire attendees with candid discussions about the challenges faced by the sandwich generation, as well as a host of stimulating lectures and workshops.
- When is it Legal to Die in Canada? presented by Mark Handelman – FREE EVENT
- The “War on Terror” – Contemporary Perspectives on an Age-Old Problem presented by Dr. Arne Kislenko - $10 online/$15 at the door
- Living Longer, Living Well – Rethinking the Issues of Aging keynote talk by Mitch Frazer and Dr. Samir Sinha – FREE EVENT
- Become an Opera Buff lecture by Iain Scott - $10 online/$15 at the door
At Programs for 50+, those 50 years and older can access academic tools and opportunities for personal enrichment, self-actualization, and engagement in society with their peers and as part of an intergenerational campus dynamic through The Chang School. For more Festival information and schedule, visit fiftyplusfestival.ca. Most sessions are free of charge, but participants must register in advance.