OASIS: Lifelong Learning and Staying Connected

“A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way.” – Mark Twain

With the closing of ISC, Indianapolis OASIS is a terrific resource for seniors to seek out lifelong learning through classes, clubs and a variety of programs as well as stay connected and make new friends.

OASIS is a national nonprofit educational organization designed to enhance the quality of life for adults age 50 and older.  In fact, you’ll have countless opportunities to continue your personal growth and provide meaningful service to the community. You may choose from a variety of classes and programs as follows: Arts, Computer, Enrichment, Health and Wellness (Dance, Exercise and Nutrition), Performing Arts, Technology and Travel.

Indianapolis OASIS also offers ways to make a difference in your community including tutoring children, coaching others in the computer lab, volunteering at an OASIS location (North, South, East and West) and CATCH Healthy Habits.

Programs are held at various satellite locations including east, west and north central parts of town. For more information on OASIS classes or to get involved, please call 317-396-3751. To download a catalog for class schedules or view online please visit the Indianaolis OASIS website.