Special Interest Series

Lifelong Learning Classes
Special Interest Series


Course Descriptions: click on a class below for a full course description; to register, scroll down to Register for a Class

Citizenship Test Preparation

Are you ready to become a United States citizen? This class will help prepare students for the naturalization process as well as the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Learn about the USCIS application, naturalization interview and test. In addition, you will be prepared for the civics and English tests

  • This class meets once a week for three weeks from 6:00-8:00 pm.
  • All materials are included in the cost of the class.
  • All Lee County Lifelong Learning classes must meet a minimum student enrollment or class will be cancelled and you will receive a full refund.
  • When registering, please use a current email that you check often in order to receive important class messages, date changes or cancellations.

Community Band

Please contact our Board President, John Fenn at (239) 454-6430 or visit   http://www.leecountyband.org/ 
for more information. Thanks for your interest in LCCB!

Our members are amateurs, semi-professional and professional musicians who graciously volunteer their time and talent to share their love of music with our concert attendees. Our rehearsals are held at the St. Michael School in Fort Myers on Thursday evenings from 7:00pm to 9:00pm (with a couple of rehearsals being held on Mondays per the rehearsal schedule). We perform six concerts per season, which runs from November of the current year to April of the following year, with all concerts being performed on Sunday afternoons at the Cape Coral High School Auditorium. So, whether you last played your instrument yesterday, or yesteryear, and are interested in joining one of the oldest continuously performing concert bands in the USA.
Please contact our Board President, John Fenn at (239) 454-6430 for more information. Thanks for your interest in LCCB!

History Series

This series, taught by one of the district's finest historians, explores snapshots of history and the footprints they left behind. Part II--Life in the Big City During the Gilded Age: Today, nearly four times more Americans live in the cities than in the countryside. But why did this explosive growth first occur? And what were the repercussions of so many people cramming into cities that weren’t equipped to handle the teeming masses? This course invites you to explore the late 19th and early 20th century and examine the problems and pleasures of city life.

  • This class meets once a week for six weeks from 6:00-8:00 pm.
  • All materials are included in the cost of the class.
  • All Lee County Lifelong Learning classes must meet a minimum student enrollment or class will be cancelled and you will receive a full refund.
  • When registering, please use a current email that you check often in order to receive important class messages, date changes or cancellations.

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