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MSU's Wonderlust lifelong learning program to hold open house

September 3, 2013 -- MSU News Service

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BOZEMAN – The public is invited to a free reception on Wednesday, Sept. 11 to learn about Wonderlust, a lifelong learning organization affiliated with MSU's Extended University. Wonderlust offers non-credit classes, forums, book clubs, writing workshops, and other such activities for the intellectually curious.

The reception takes place at Country Bookshelf in downtown Bozeman from 5 to 7 p.m. and gives an introduction to Wonderlust and the group's fall courses, which cover topics in literature, science, politics, art and more. Musician Eric Funk will perform, and refreshments are provided.

Wonderlust instructors and members will be on hand to answer questions about their courses. People may also sign up for courses and/or Wonderlust membership at that time.

All courses are open to the public. Those who become Wonderlust members receive course discounts and free entry to side trips, which may include lectures on music, politics, history and current events. Wonderlust also offers book discussion groups and an opera club.

For more information visit or contact the MSU Office of Continuing Education at (406) 994-6683. Course catalogs are available online or in 200 Culbertson Hall or 128 EPS Building at MSU, and at the Country Bookshelf (28 W. Main) and the Bozeman Public Library.

Contact: Marilyn Jarvis, (406) 994-4820,