The Windy Hill Senior Center and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Penn State York recently joined forces to expand their educational programs for older adults.

Created in 2007, OLLI is a nonprofit, all volunteer driven organization, which provides educational and social programs to enrich the lives of mature adults living in York County.

Through this partnership, several OLLI classes will be held at the Windy Hill Senior Center in Spring Grove this fall.

A kick-off event has been scheduled for Tuesday at the senior center, 50 N. East St., Spring Grove. A brief program will be held at 10 a.m. and will include Dianna Benaknin, director of York County Area Agency on Aging and Betsy Keefer, president OLLI Council at Penn State York. In addition, several of the instructors for the classes will be present to provide additional information on their course. Refreshments and entertainment will also be provided.

Please call the Windy Hill Senior Center at 717-225-0733 or OLLI at 717-771-4015 for more information.