Bus trip to the Planetarium on the University of Maine campus in Orono Tuesday, April 28, including a show at the Planetarium entitled, “Hitchhikers Guide to the Universe”. The presentation is a visual tour, seemingly flying into space and seeing planets; other events are planned as well.
The bus leaves the Hutchinson Center at 8:30 am and returns about 2:30 pm. Bring a brown bag lunch. Cost: $20 per person, plus an optional $3 per person to tour a lunar habitat module. Registration deadline is April 6. If we do not have enough participants by that date, the trip will be cancelled. If you would like to attend, but can’t afford it, contact Martha Laitin, Special Events Chairperson, 323-2368
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Paper registration forms are available in the Senior College office.
Check out our Spring Course offerings. The spring semester is six Thursdays: March 26 – April 30, plus several one-day courses. Online registration opens February 27.
Check out the new Fall Classes for 2019. Registration opens August 15.
Senior College Annual Meeting
Thursday, September 26, 2019
12:00 – 12:45 (Bring a lunch)
Room TBA – Hutchinson Center
Call to Order
Greetings from the Hutchinson Center
Remarks by the President
Elections to Board of Trustees
Note: Until now, the Senior College office has been open every Thursday, 52 weeks per year.
From now on:
SUMMER: for two weeks before the 1st class, office open on Thursdays, 10 am – 1 pm.
During summer classes: office open 30 minutes before & after class, and during breaks & lunch.
FALL, WINTERIM, & SPRING: starting six weeks before the 1st class, office open on Thursdays, 10 am – 1 pm.
During classes: office open 30 minutes before & after class, and during breaks & lunch.
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