We are the Don’t Hibernate people!
Active in Lacombe County & City since 1978, this non-profit society publishes a community activity guide called Don’t Hibernate that encourages adults and families to stay engaged in learning throughout the year and throughout a lifetime!
Lacombe Lifelong Learning is also the home of the Adult Literacy Program, helping people understand, speak, read and write English for free.
One of 82 Community Adult Learning Councils in Alberta, the County of Lacombe Lifelong Learning Association is primarily funded by Alberta Advanced Education & Technology, and is supported also by membership fees, gifts-in-kind, donations, and advertising in the Don’t Hibernate brochure.
Our goal is to provide affordable learning and community development opportunities to adults living in the County of Lacombe, the towns and villages of Alix, Bentley, Blackfalds, Clive, Eckville, Mirror and Tees, and the City of Lacombe.
If you or someone you know can use our help with English, or if you have a request or suggestion for courses, please don’t hesitate to call us at 403-782-7955 or email Register@LacombeLifelongLearning.com!
Our office is located at 5005 49th St. Lacombe. Just south of Hanna Seeds.
Our office hours are Monday- Thursday 10-3. Occasionally closed over lunch.
We do need to be away from the office at times and we apologize for any inconvenience this causes.
Adult Basic Literacy – Improving your reading, writing or number skills is confidential and easy! Trained and knowledgeable volunteers can help you improve your communication skills.
English as a Second Language (ESL) – We can help you or someone you know learn English! Call for one-on-one training or to join a small study group. These services are Free.
Lifeskills Education – Make everyday life a little easier for yourself when you learn about Budgeting Basics or Wills & Estates.
Employability Enhancement – Would you like to upgrade your work skills? Improve your resume with Microsoft Office programs, an accounting program or Bookkeeping 101.
Recreational Courses – Tell us what you’d like to see for General Interest learning opportunities. What’s your idea for a great course?