Situation: It’s mid-January in central Maine. You are dealing with cold temps, snow, gray skies and repetitive media news.
Question: So what plans do you have to provide for thought provoking, educationally stimulating and fun socializing with new found neighbors and friends?
Answer: On Thursdays beginning January 16th Belfast Senior College will commence it’s 4 Week “Winterim” Session with a choice of fifteen 2 hour morning and afternoon classes.
So come join us!
Courses range from Literature, Philosophy, Fine Arts , Music, History, Language, Technology and Hobby appreciation.
Special one-day classes are also available on February 12, 14, and 20.
Look for listings and registration December 12 on our website: www.belfastseniorcollege.org. Please note: no stress, no exams, no homework, no report cards, no attendance requirements, free coffee, tea and cookies and fun.
￼ Classes for this session are $ 30 each and one-day courses are $20. Membership fee is $25 for the year from September 1 through August 1. Registration will open on December 12, 2019. Early registration is recommended to avoid disappointment.
You may register on line, by mail or in person at the Senior College Office (open Thursdays).
All classes are held at the Hutchinson Center, on Route 3, in Belfast. Tel: 207-338- 8033.
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