Join us for weekly bonuses, lectures, and other cultural and special events which are offered free or at minimal cost. Click on the event details for more information, or call 256.824.6183.

OLLI Students: Arrive Early for Your Parking Convenience

We encourage our OLLI students to arrive early for their parking convenience, and to remember to have their OLLI parking permits displayed on their vehicles.

OLLI parking permits are a special benefit limited to OLLI members for participating in OLLI on-campus activities only.

OLLI and UAH Community events available to you include:

Teacher Appreciation Brunch

10/19/18 | Fri | 11 am - 1 pm | Trinity UMC

Join us for a catered brunch as we thank our wonderful teachers. Teachers eat Free. A $4 donation is requested from all others. RSVP in the OLLI volunteer office. Trinity United Methodist Church, Airport Rd, Huntsville, AL.

Open to OLLI members


DINE OUT: Four Leaves Asian Restaurant

10/25/18 | Thur | 5:30 pm | 7044 University Dr.

Please join us for the October OLLI dine out event. Menu will be ala cart and cost will be whatever you order. Sign up sheet in OLLI office. View and share: OLLI Dine Out flyer. Visit Four Leaves website

Open to OLLI members


Federal Budget Games – Rick Schwarz

10/26/18 | Fri | 10:30 am | WIL 168

Ever wonder how the Federal Budget process is supposed to work vs. how it actually operates? Learn about earmarks—some are good and some are just pork. Discover why there are $800 hammers and $2,000 toilet seats.

Open to OLLI members


OLLI at UAH - 25 Years – Wayne Flynt - "Pulitzers and Politics

10/26/18 | Fri | 1:00 – 2:30 pm | NUR 103B

Join OLLI at UAH for our exciting speaker series in celebration of 25 Years of Lifelong Learning at UAH.

The first presentation will be courtsey of Wayne Flynt, Alabama Historian, Author, and Professor Emeritus at Auburn University. Come hear all about: "Pulitzers and Politics: The Alabama Legacies of Harper Lee and George Wallace.”

Learn the facts and impacts of Alabama's dominant place in mid 20th-century litereature. Between 1933 and 1977, the South contained one fourth of the nation's population, one third of its poverty, and produced 40% of its winners of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. What does this say about the region and especially Alabama?

Invite your friends to attend this special presentation as part of OLLI at UAH’s 25th Anniversary Speaker Series. It is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC with refreshments available after the presentation. See for full schedule and details

Open to OLLI members


Explore Antarctica – Thomas Ress

11/2/18 | Fri | 10:30 am | WIL 168

Antarctica, the southernmost continent and site of the South Pole, is a virtually uninhabited, ice-covered landmass. Hear about chilling experiences in this unlikely tourist destination.

Open to OLLI members