See the article in the Whig Standard on QUILL celebrating 25 years of offering lifelong learning opportunities to the Kingston community.

  https://www.thewhig.com/news/local-news/kingston-lifelong-learning-organization-marks-25-years

On Sunday, Oct. 28th in Room 101 Goodes Hall  we look forward to the presentation by Paul Oliver, Urban Nature Conservation: Attracting and Understanding the Wild Bird in Your Backyard

On Oct. 22nd our Tuesday Discusion Group will discuss Your Smartphone Is Making You Stupid, Antisocial and Unhealthy

It is not too late to join QUILL for the Fall Programs. We invite you to come to a lecture for free to try us out. If you like what we offer you are welcome to join us and become a member of QUILL.

Our exciting 2018 Fall program is now posted. Check out the Programs page where you can print a copy of our new brochure. We look forward to seeing you at the lectures and discussion group. New members are always welcome.

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