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Join us along with Vacationland Skydiving at our annual Skydiving Event! This is always a sell out event, and is a great gift to give that person who has it all, and loves an adventure! For only $249 let us full fill that bucket list item! Only requirements are that you are 18 years old, must be in relatively good health (no heart conditions with out doctor approval) and you must weigh under 230 lbs.This is a great Christmas gift, we offer payment plans, and there is a $60 deposit required at the time of registration and is non refundable if you cancel your spot after June 1st.
Start a new holiday tradition! Get in the holiday spirit with a private tour through this small, two story Victorian era house all decked out for Christmas with handmade VICTORIAN inspired decorations. Includes a scavenger hunt based on “The Twelve Days of Christmas” with a “day” represented in each of the rooms. (No elevator or no public restrooms). Meet at the 1875 Vera Estey House Museum at 16 Third Street, Presque Isle.
SAGE (Seniors Achieving Greater Education) courses are for SAGE Members- adults 50 and older. To learn more and become a member, please fill out this registration.
Registrations will be processed on a first-come, first served basis for those whose payments are included. Enrollments will be processed according to the date and time received.
A complete registration includes, this registration, an Assumption of Risk/Photo Release Form and a FREE Parking Ticket Registration. Please bring your vehicle registration information to the kick-off on September 10th at UMPI. These forms can be found by going to (cut and paste the address into your browser):
The Power and Influence of Big Money
Lively discussion is expected in this ZOOM-at-home class about effects of big money on legislative policy and citizens’ lives. Selected readings from a book in progress about life as a volunteer activist. The title, Through the Eye of a Needle by Alice Bolstridge, refers to Jesus’ warning: “It is easier for a camel to get through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of Heaven.” The book includes extensive observations made in 2018 of the 128th Maine Legislature dealing with problems the class will discuss: income inequality, the environment, health care, and education.
Two ZOOM tutorials will be offered prior to the class on January 21 and 28. At both the tutorials and the class you will ZOOM from home. ZOOM is a videoconferencing platform that is similar to Skype. Required is a computer with a camera and a microphone. To see if your computer qualifies and to learn more about ZOOMing, call Nancy Roe, 768-7271, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org