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Fall 2018 Adventures
Registration began August 20 and is now closed
First session is September 19
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Power, Patronage, Politics, and Piety: Florence in the Renaissance, Blaisdell
Little Shop of Memoirs, Dashiell
Watercolor: First Steps, Dias
Strengthening Relationships By Becoming Your Most Effective Self, Fenniman
“Wow! Look at Those Pictures!”
Visual Culture in America (1888 – 2017), Fowles
Cribbage: How to Play and Have Fun, Hatch
Memoir Writing: Crafting Your Own Story from a Kaleidoscope of Memories, Janover
Traveling Home with Tom Jones, J. Ward
The Ultimate Fall Vacation: Cruise the Aegean & Mediterranean with Odysseus, M. Ward
What’s that Monument in the Town Square?
Maine’s Role in the Civil War, Mayer
The Testing of Sir Gawain, Nesslage
Evolving Humanity and Biblical Wisdom, Sabin
Stories of the Sea, Stackpole
Pompeii: A Buried Town Come Alive, Winkes
And the Continuing Groups will continue:
Writers’ Group, Muth
The Challenge of Change, Jon Olsen
CSC Coffeehouse, Newman
Where do Courses Come From?
The Curriculum Committee is responsible for the quality of our classes and is always on the lookout for new instructors with new subjects. Here is the story of one course. If you know someone with expertise and passion for a subject who may be interested in teaching for CSC, please contact a member of the curriculum committee. For more information about teaching for CSC, click here. For a summary of the Curriculum Committee process, please click here.
Thanks to Judith Mitchell for the wonderful owl illustrations
Do you enjoy teaching adults who love to learn?
Do you have an interest in topics that you’d like to share with your friends and neighbors? If so, we invite you to become a member of the Coastal Senior College faculty and our learning community of over 400 members. Our mission is to enrich the lives of seniors through the joy of lifelong learning. CSC is one of 17 members in the Maine Senior College Network (maineseniorcollege.org).
Our 30 plus volunteer faculty include academics, professionals, and knowledgeable instructors who graciously teach classes in the liberal arts and sciences, healthy living and outdoor and hands-on learning to those 50 and older in Lincoln and Knox counties. We invite you to discuss teaching opportunities by contacting the curriculum committee co-chair, Byron Stuhlman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mid-Coast Transportation Options
Lincoln County Fish: LC FISH is a volunteer driving program that works to match Lincoln County residents with drivers at no cost. Please call 350-9808 if you need a ride for any reason. Success is not guaranteed but FISH will do their best to assist you.
Mid-Coast Public Transportation (MCPT) is for everyone! You don’t need to meet any qualifications to use it. Two business days advance notice is required to schedule a ride. For more information on availability and fares, please call 338-4769.
MaineCare offers Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) for eligible members. You may be able to get a ride to your appointment or your ride reimbursed by MaineCare if the appointment is covered by MaineCare and you are eligible for transportation services. Knox and Lincoln Counties are covered by Midcoast Connector. You can call them at: 1-855-930-7900.
Rockland area: Mid-Coast Public Transportation and United MidCoast Charities is now running hourly bus trips between Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport and Walmart in Thomaston on the DASH bus. Check out the ROCKLAND DASH Schedule!
Please do not contact CSC or AMA Rockland Center for further information or to schedule transportation.