Happy New Year! Welcome to our spring activities for 2015. Come join us!


Welcome to BRCLL,
the Blue Ridge Center for Lifelong Learning

Are you 50 – plus?

If so, Blue Ridge Center for Lifelong Learning may be an ideal resource to help you:

  • Strengthen your mind
  • Expand your knowledge
  • Learn about your community
  • Make new friends
  • Be active
  • Stay young

We have arranged for a number of exciting and informative classes for this Spring Session. The classes are designed for you to have fun while keeping your gray cells active. Each class is a two hour session with a maximum of four sessions for any topic. The classes are held on the campus of the Blue Ridge Community College.  In addition, our Great Decisions series of eight lectures on topics relating to foreign affairs will begin in February.  For local trips you will be interested in our tours of some of the local industries and the detention center as well as our visit to the Duke Lemur Center in Durham and the Conservators’ Center in Burlington, NC.  The topic of the Brown Bag Lunch is Human Trafficking, where we will have an interesting presentation followed by a lively discussion.  Please join us to have fun, learn some new stuff and meet other adults.


Terri Wallace is the BRCLL coordinator. Her office hours depend on many things including class schedules. In general the office is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday through Thursday. Terri can be reached at 694-1740 or e-mail.  Phone messages are usually updated daily and calls are returned as soon as possible.

If the Blue Ridge Community College is closed for weather-related issues all Lifelong Learning programs scheduled for that day are cancelled. If BRCC is on a delayed schedule afternoon Lifelong Learning classes will meet. Closing information is broadcast on local radio and television stations or you can call the College at 694-1700.

Looking for more personal enrichment classes? Then be sure to check out the wide variety of Learning for Leisure offerings from Blue Ridge Community College, visit: www.blueridge.edu and enter “community enrichment” in the search box to access the latest course selections.