Let’s Enrich Tomorrow.
Enrich your tomorrow by being involved in the life of your community college.
Enjoy programs monthly during the school year as part of Life Enrichment, an educational, entertaining, and cultural program tailored to today’s busy lifestyles.
Life Enrichment is for area adults and meets the first Tuesday of every month in conjunction with the school year (Sept.- Dec. and Feb. - May). A light breakfast is served at 8:30 a.m. on these regular meeting dates and the program begins at 9 a.m. Meetings are open to everyone and there is no charge to attend. Those who attend regularly are encouraged to register so they receive monthly newsletters announcing the programs. To register as a Life Enrichment member, please click here.
Speakers present on a broad range of topics – from history to modern technology and art to science – and past performers have included singers, storytellers, dancers, and actors.
Tuesday, September 3 Meeting
Join us for coffee at 8:30 a.m. in the Hubbard Welcome Center, Clifford/Stone Community Room
9 - 9:15 a.m. - Dr. Kim Krull, Butler president, will share recent "Butler Happenings."
9:15 - 9:45 a.m. - Dr. Richard Nichols, Butler's Dean of Fine Arts, will share what the theater, music, and art departments have lined up for this school year.
9:45 - 10 a.m. - Break
10 - 11 a.m. - Exploring the Nooks and Crannies of Kansas - Co-authors Marci Penner and WenDee Rowe will take you on a photo journey of about 40 interesting and lesser-known places to visit in Kansas. They traveled to every one of the 626 incorporated cities in Kansas to research for Kansas Guidebook 2 for Explorers—and they have stories to tell. They’ll share intriguing historic places, quirky customs, grassroots art, fabulous cafes, and much more. After the program, the co-authors will sign and sell the Kansas Guidebook 2 for Explorers for $25 (including tax). The 480-page, coil-bound book is chock full of information that can be used to plan Kansas road trips. Along with 4,500 entries that provide descriptions, directions, hours, and contact information, there are more than 1,600 color pictures. Among the diverse entries, guidebook users will find historic bridges, beautiful statues, specialty shops, quirky sites, little known points-of-interest, cemetery finds, bike trails, and back road scenic drives statewide.