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Macomb Organization for Retiree Enrichment

There is MORE at Macomb! 

The Macomb Organization for Retiree Enrichment (MORE) is a lifelong learning program of the Cultural Affairs and Community Engagement Department of Macomb Community College. The program welcomes anyone with a passion for learning and personal development. The non-credit MORE classes cover a wide variety of subjects and topics and are presented by volunteer guest faculty. 

A New Year with a new name and new learning opportunities.  We are very excited to welcome you to the virtual Spring 2021 Semester.  The same quality learning opportunities are enhanced with Roundtable conversations supporting our lineup of classes that will keep you engaged and indulge your curiosity.  Welcome to the new MORE!

All our classes this spring will be offered virtually using the Zoom meeting platform, so there will be no in person sessions to attend on campus.  All you need to do is turn on your computer or tablet for access.  Your $75 dollar membership fee will allow you to attend as many virtual sessions as you like. 

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Coming Soon...2021 Spring Course Catalog

Spring 2021 Presentations 

Learn more about each session & register today!

Monday, April 12, 10am ♦ Irving Berlin: Dean of American Songwriters

Monday, April 12, 1pm ♦ Roundtable: Kick Off and New Beginnings

Tuesday, April 13, 10am ♦ Picturing America

Tuesday, April 13, 1pm ♦ Estate Planning

Wednesday, April 14, 10am ♦ From Tots to Teens: Telling Stories to Children

Wednesday, April 14, 1pm ♦ Emil Nolde and the Third Reich:  The “Unpaintings” and others

Thursday, April 15, 10am ♦ Hypertension Self-Management

Thursday, April 15, 1pm ♦ Of Fairy Queens, Fluffy Ducklings, and Freaky Feet: The Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen

Friday, April 16, 10am ♦ Let’s Get Smart about Smartphone Security!

Friday, April 16, 1pm ♦ A Michigan Actor Prepares

Monday, April 19, 10am ♦ Book Discussion: The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett 

Monday, April 19, 1pm ♦ A Look Inside the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards – A Regional and National Program

Tuesday, April 20, 10am ♦ The Ford House for MORE

Tuesday, April 20, 1pm ♦ Vegetarian Meals for Beginners

Wednesday, April 21, 10am ♦ Macomb Community College Foundation 101

Wednesday, April 21, 1pm ♦ Roundtable: Mid-semester

Thursday, April 22, 10am ♦ Detroit Flyhouse Circus School: The Motor City’s resident Circus

Thursday, April 22, 1pm ♦ A Discussion on the Life and Presidency of John Adams

Friday, April 23, 10am ♦ Resources for Every Age and Stage: Public Libraries Today

Friday, April 23, 1pm ♦ Being an Educated Consumer

Monday, April 26, 10am ♦ Fostering Empathy for Michigan Wildlife through Trail Camera Images

Tuesday, April 27, 10am ♦ The Monumental Shift to a Digital Learning Environment

Tuesday, April 27, 1pm ♦ The Edsel:  Why it Was Necessary, and Why it Failed

Wednesday, April 28, 10am ♦ Grant Writing 101

Wednesday, April 28, 1pm ♦ A Look at America’s Thanksgiving Parade® presented by Gardner-White

Thursday, April 29, 10am ♦ Robots Center Stage

Friday, April 30, 1pm ♦ What is an Autonomous Car? – A look at the history, technology, and impact they will have on our lives

Monday, May 3, 1pm ♦ Roundtable: Reflections

Join our email list and stay up-to-date with MORE! Send your request to MORE@macomb.edu

Lorenzo Cultural Center
ALBERT L. LORENZO CULTURAL CENTER
MACOMB COUNTY'S PLACE FOR DISCOVERY 

Macomb Community College-Center Campus
44575 Garfield Road, Building K
Clinton Township, MI 48038-1139
Office Hours: 8am-5pm
Box Office: 586.286.2222
Contact Us: 586.445.7348
CulturalCenter@macomb.edu