Fall Classes Are Ready!
Course descriptions are now listed online and registration is open.
Regular fall classes begin Thursday, September 17, and end Thursday, October 22; in addition, there will be two one-day classes, and a Saturday Opera Series.
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Wednesday, October 7, 2015
8:30 am – 3:00-ish pm
This trip will include visiting with farmers and cows, seeing “green” dormitories, and learning about new initiatives for local healthy food to be grown and distributed in our backyard. Unity, Maine has become a hub for green agriculture and sustainable living, with Unity College at its center. We will visit and hear from representatives of Unity Barn Raisers, the Unity Food Hub, Veggies for All, Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners, and Unity College. Lunch will be from Unity’s Cross Trax Deli.
Space is limited; fees are $15 Senior College members/$20 non-members.
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- Annual Meeting
- September 24, 2015
- The Auditorium 11:40 am – 12:20 pm
1. Remarks from Patty Libby, Director, U of Maine Hutchinson Center
2. Report from Rendle Jones, Treasurer; vote to approve the report
3. Remarks from Sara Shute, President
4. Vote on five proposed bylaw changes (Read More)
5. Vote on 8 nominees to the Board of Trustees (Read More)
6. Reports from the Committees:
Archives, Shirley Jarvella;
Community Service, Wendy Kasten and Marge Stickler;
Curriculum Committee, Sharon Romanow; and Special Events
Committee, David Ruberti.
– Lunch follows the meeting in the Atrium –
Lila Nation, choir director and French instructor, is starting a Senior College Chorale, open to the experienced singer or the complete novice, able to read music or not. It will run from from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm on Thursdays when classes are in session.
“The idea is to grab a quick lunch and come have fun making music together,” Lila says. Starting in August, there will be a sign-up sheet in the Senior College Office (Room 118) for all those interested. Lila is an extraordinarily gifted choir director (not to mention French teacher), so this should be a wonderful experience.
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Senior College provides a diverse curriculum of programs, classes and special events for those 50 years and older, along with their spouses or partners. Enjoy subjects ranging from the intellectually challenging to the purely enjoyable. We’re the second largest of the 17 Senior Colleges in the state with more than 500 mid-coast members.
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