Register for Summer 2024 New Knowledge Adventures Classes!

Posted on 06/17/24 by Randy Simon

New Knowledge Adventures (NKA) is a lifelong continuing education program for older adults designed to offer exceptional learning, exploration and fellowship opportunities in a comfortable and non-competitive surrounding. It's a great way to learn something new and make friends along they way.

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Visit to view the courses and to register. Join us for fun and exciting experiences, such as local walking tours, scavenger hunts, farm tours, technology classes and more! Registration begins July 2, 2024.

If you have any questions, contact us at 208-479-2232 or email

Supported by Idaho State University and AARP Idaho NKA represents the most affordable learning opportunity for the 50 plus in the Treasure Valley. With the exception of some small class fees most the the NKA classes are entirely FREE.

"New Knowledge Adventures is a lifelong learning opportunity that takes place in a fun and social environment,” said Cathy McDougall, AARP Outreach Director. “These courses are designed by and for the 50 plus and draw upon the experience and wisdom of our volunteer instructors.”

In conjunction with university staff, volunteer instructors provide leadership and complete management of all courses and curriculums. Volunteers develop engaging experiences based upon member interests, talents and feedback.

“Thanks to our volunteers we’re able to offer a fun and diverse list of courses this spring,” said McDougall.



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