PRIME TIME

Continuing Education at Green River College

PRIME TIME

PRIME TIME is a program for active adult learners 55+.

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Members enjoy stimulating, intellectual learning through short non-credit courses, discussion groups, social activities, and educational tours.

Membership is open to adults 55+ who are interested in participating in classes and educational tours. A yearly membership fee of $55 entitles you to a discount on PRIME TIME classes. If you are not a member, you are welcome to attend at the non-member class fee.

Become a member today!

  • Interesting short-term programs and educational tours that stimulate learning and interaction
  • Discounted fee for PRIME TIME classes and educational tours
  • Membership socials, luncheons, and guest lectures
  • 10% discount on most Continuing and Community Education classes

Register by phone by calling 253-833-9111, ext. 2535.

Current Classes & Programs

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Bing Crosby and Bob Hope were two of the greatest names in Hollywood during the second world war. Bob Hope is considered one of the most popular comedians of the last century. Learn about the humble beginnings of Hope as we explore his early days. Bing Crosby was America's first superstar having tri...

Increasing dominance in the Asia-Pacific region, and the Belt-and-Road Initiative to make economic connections with the rest of Asia and Europe. Will this strategy work? What are the implications for the west? How should the United States and western governments handle China's increasing presence...

Dillanos Coffee Roasters, a family owned specialty coffee roaster located in Sumner, was established in 1992 and was named Roast Magazine’s 2011 Macro Roaster of the Year. Join us to tour this local, award-winning factory and learn about their organic roasting processes in addition to how they su...

During the economic hard times of the 1930's, U.S. government art projects under the WPA and other agencies created a wealth of public art and supported art communities across the country. In the Northwest hundreds of artists were employed and thousands of artworks created but their story is almost ...

Identity theft, investment fraud and scams rob millions of Americans of their hard-earned money. Last year, 13 million people were victims of identity theft alone – that is one person every 2 seconds. Find out about today's leading scams and hear some tips learned straight from the con artists t...

Learn about the traditional drumming of South Korea - while enjoying lunch. The drumming is used to ease the rigor of collective labor required in rice farming, bring good weather for growing and harvest, and to celebrate a fruitful harvest. The sounds of the drums reflects the connection to farming...

This workshop covers 3 areas of financial planning critical for individuals approaching retirement: retirement income, protecting your most valuable assets from the unexpected and the basics of preparing your estate plan. Retirement expenses like long term care, health care costs and the role of so...

Senator Everett Dirksen once quipped about Federal spending “A million here, a million there, and pretty soon, you’re talking real money”. Today we would need to substitute BILLION to be relevant. How is it that our nation is in debt to the tune of $20 trillion dollars? Why is our current def...

Socialism seems to be a major 2020 campaign theme. Far left Democrats are favoring a move to socialism with a single-payer health care program, the elimination of private health insurers and free college for all. Republicans are emphasizing free market capitalism with fewer and fewer government re...

A review of the early pioneers of broadcast radio as it swept the nation in the 1920's, 30's and 40's. We'll hear examples of innovative ways in which "theatre of the mind" blossomed during those years with special emphasis on many comedy greats who frequented the radio dial. We'll examine reasons f...

Computers and computer applications impact almost every aspect of our daily lives. Their history dates back from the abacus, through World War II to today. Instructor Bryan Pflug has worked in the industry for over 35 years and has seen the tremendous industry changes. Join him for this two-day c...

Prime Time membership is open to active adults that enjoy stimulating, intellectual learning through classes, discussion groups, educational tours and social activities. $55 Yearly Membership Fee For Those 55+ Membership Benefits: Reduced Prime Time Class Fees ...

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Green River College
Continuing and Community Education

12401 SE 320th St
Auburn, WA 98092 

Phone: 253-833-9111, ext. 2535

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