Learning Opportunities for Persons Over 50 Years of Age
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 Magic Lantern Theater Pub at 9 Depot Street in downtown Bridgton.
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News Highlights and Current Class Information
If Bridgton Schools close for snow or inclement weather, the class scheduled for that day is cancelled but may be given another day. If school openings are delayed for a short time so that the roads can be cleared, then generally the Senior College classes will still be held since they start at 10:00 during the winter session. Call 207-647-5593 for questions about class closings and make-up information, or consult the website.
The 2020 Spring Session classes will be held from April 7 through May 1. They will meet from 9:30 a.m. till 11:30 a.m.on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at the Magic Lantern Tannery Pub, 9 Depot Street in Bridgton.
The Senior College always welcomes new participants and any questions regarding membership, class enrollment, or class registration should be directed to the Senior College Registrar at 207-647-5593. Our mailing address is: Senior College at Bridgton, P.O. Box 308, Bridgton, ME 04009
Senior College at Bridgton instructor and Maine Master Naturalist Leigh Macmillen Hayes shared stories of the Stevens Brook mill sites, Pondicherry Park, and Narramissic/Peabody-Fitch Woods. during her 6-week 2019 Fall session on the Natural and Human History of Bridgton.