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Members Interest Groups are a free benefit of CSC membership and a great way to socialize and learn with other CSC members who share similar interests. 

At present, CSC has two members groups that meet monthly: the popular Mysterious Mondays and a NEW group, Journeys with Will Shakespeare. For the present, both groups meet on Zoom.  


Mysterious Mondays

Instructor Maryanne Ward is leading a mystery readers’ discussion group. Mysterious Mondays is a reading group for members of Coastal Senior College on a space available basis. It is currently full, but if you would like to add your name to a waiting list, please email Maryanne Ward at mcw39@hotmail.com. Openings can occur throughout the year. For now, you might enjoy the 2021-22 reading list.

September 7: Wilke Collins, Moonstone, (Tuesday meeting)
October 4: Agatha Christie, And then there were None
November 1: M.L. Longworth, Death on the Île Sordou
December 6: Jean-Luc Bannalec, Killing Tides
January 3: Emma Jameson, Death at Seascape House
February 7: P.D. James, The Lighthouse
March 7: Paul Doiron: Stay Hidden
April 4: Louise Penny: The Long Way Home
May 2: Donna Leon: Aqua Alta

NEW!  
Journeys with Will Shakespeare

Join CSC Instructor Joseph Coté on the 3rd Monday of each month on a journey with the Bard of Stratford-upon-Avon. Each month's focus will be one destination, one play, and one character. On these journeys, members will travel from the 1100's to the 1600's and visit places such as ancient Britain, Denmark, Italy and Rome.

Membership in the group is dynamic. Members will need to register monthly when they wish to attend the upcoming "journey." Here's how it works:

On the 4th Monday of each month, beginning in September, a link to the registration page for the upcoming month's meeting will be posted here. The page will describe the upcoming "journey." After you register, supplementary information about the trip will be emailed to you, and a Zoom link for the meeting will be sent a few days before the journey is set to begin.

Upcoming Destinations, Plays, and Characters:

Oct. 18 Venice - Othello - Emilia
Nov. 15 Verona - Two Gentlemen of Verona - Proteus
Dec. 20 Windsor - The Merry Wives of Windsor - Mistresses Ford & Page
Jan. 17 Denmark - Hamlet - Horatio
Feb. 21 Scotland - Macbeth - Lady Macbeth
Mar. 21 Rome - Julius Caesar - Cassius

If you haven’t joined or renewed your membership Click Here.

If you are interested in organizing and facilitating a members' group around a special interest, please contact us with your idea at 
Groups@CoastalSenorCollege.org  

Other Groups

Challenge of Change

CSC offers this activity as a service to our Midcoast community. This group is open to both members and non-members of CSC.

Challenge of Change provides a venue for community conversation to discuss economic, ecological, and cultural challenges facing our society. Group members propose and then choose the meetings' topics, and take turns providing refreshments.

The group meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month from 10 AM - Noon. Due to the Covid pandemic, meetings will be virtual via Zoom.

Contact Susan van Alsenoy, svanalsenoy@gmail.com  

 

 Group Discussion Forums


Our new website has Discussion Forums where members can chat about common interests or concerns, or give feedback on a topic. To start with, we have created a Envisioning our CSC Future for your comments and suggestions about this website and other aspects of the new CSC. To get to the Forums look in the Participate! dropdown menu. 

To view the Forums and to opt in or out of a Forum, look at the Forums section of your Member Profile. If you would like to create a new Forum, send a brief description and forum name to Forums@CoastalSeniorCollege.org and we will set it up for you. You will need to recruit members to join (opt in) to your new Forum.