This fall, you can learn about everything from iPhone use to biotechnology, from funeral traditions to Maine wildlife to watercolor painting. And a lot more besides. CLICK HERE TO OPEN THE FALL CATALOG!
Classes meet weekdays beginning September 24, so now is the perfect time to become a member and choose a class! Everything you need to know, including a membership form, is in the catalog.
Most important, the fall course catalogs will soon be available to non-members (members' catalogs are in the mail). All the fun courses will be there for the taking, from Maine wildlife and family history to iPhone/iPad use and climate change -- and a lot more besides. We'll post the catalog on this site soon.
Meanwhile, there's the August 29 One-Day Event when we'll discuss citizenship and what it means in today's climate.
And, if you've signed up as a member, there's our wonderful lunch/meeting, which is really a big party. It's September 12.
Events are in the forecast for the waning days of summer. Be sure these great member-benefit events are on your calendar. And if you're not a member, now's the time to sign up so you can take advantage of these events! Click the "Taking Classes" tab for all the info.
On August 29, Dr. Anne Pooler addresses a hot-button item: "Citizenship: A Community Conversation." 10:00 AM, Donald P. Corbett Hall, University of Maine. Registration is requied.
On September 12, it's our big party: members' Annual Luncheon and Meeting. Melissa Huston of Good Shepherd Food Bank will be the guest speaker. 11:15 at Spectacular Events Center. Again, registration is required.