Learning Opportunities for Persons Over 50 Years of Age
A Maine Geology class examines a sand and gravel pit in an esker, located south of Bethel. The instructor explains how esker deposits formed in sub-glacial melt water channels beneath a Pleistocene ice sheet thousands of feet thick--ice that once covered most of Maine.
Senior College at Bridgton offers a diverse curriculum for those 50 years of age and older. Subjects vary from the intellectually challenging to those that are purely for fun.
Just great learning opportunities to explore new subjects, share ideas, learn more about a special interest, develop a new skill, or voice your opinion on local, national, and international issues.
Senior College at Bridgton is nestled at the foot of the mountains in beautiful Western Maine. Unless otherwise noted, all classes are held at the Bridgton Community Center at 15 Depot Street in downtown Bridgton.
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News Highlights and Current Class Information
American Isms in Theory and Practice has been canceled. Instructor Dee Miller apologizes to those who have registered for her class, however a family emergency requires her to be out of town for an extended period. Dee hopes to offer this course during the fall 2013 session.
11 April is the last day that mail-in registrations will be accepted. You may register late for classes on the first day of a given class if space is available. You will find a list of closed classes listed below. If you register at the first class, please plan to arrive a little early to register and pay your fees. Please pay by check. The following classes offered during Spring 2013 session have been closed: