Group Name: Ulyssean Society

Description: The group is dedicated to the concept that people in their middle and later years can continue to richly maintain the powers to produce, to learn, and to create, until the very end of the life journey – if they choose to do so. They attempt to dispel the myths of aging and offer people the opportunity of continuing growth and learning through their later years.

Monthly meetings with a guest speaker about topics of general interest. A Mosaic section at each meeting for members to participate in the healing power of laughter, meditation, readings, and the citing of Ulysseans in Action to serve as role models.

Where: 44 Charles Street West, Suite 3804 | Toronto, ON M4Y 1R8

When: Open meetings are held monthly, the 2nd Sunday of each month from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. in Room 4, at Knox College, 59 St. George Street. There is a yearly membership fee which may be adjusted to suit individual circumstances. Interest groups meet monthly as follows:

  • Inquiring Minds – 3rd Sat. of every month from 2-4 p.m.
  • Memoir writing workshop
  • Cultural Activities – informal group visits to places of interest.
  • Play reading group

Contact: 416-410-1892 (Message Line) | president@ulyssean.on.ca | www.ulyssean.on.ca

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