Greater Trail Life-Long Learners

Have a curious mind? Want to explore new interests and learn new skills with a group of like-minded people? Would you like to meet new friends, and have some fun at the same time?

Greater Trail Life-Long Learners (GTLL) is a group of people working in partnership with Selkirk College who are keen to continue learning at any age. A small annual membership fee allows you access to monthly presentations on topics such as social justice issues, gardening, travel, local history, health, services for seniors, and more!

Become a Member


GTLLL's upcoming program will consist of monthly presentations that will focus on one of our important ongoing mandates, third-age learning. In-person attendance at monthly presentations may be limited; however, every effort will be made to also allow members to join presentations from home via Zoom. 

Who We Are

GTLLL offers the opportunity to explore old and new interests in a relaxed and stimulating learning environment. GTLLL, a volunteer organization, is working in partnership with Community Education & Workplace Training at Selkirk College to develop and build a diverse program of speakers, courses and other activities for its members.

How to Participate

Become a member by registering here or by phoning (250) 364-5770.

Sign up to attend presentations (either in person or by Zoom) by contacting Carol Currie.

Besides membership, volunteering is a great way to get to develop and keep your skills sharp, while you help to keep GTLLL vital in the Trail area. There will be opportunities to volunteer for: Program Planning, Social, Communications, Membership, Finance, Archives, Safety, and Audio/Visual.

To learn more, please email Carol Currie