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Check out this semesters line-up of great classes at UMASC.
Classes begin the week of
OUR DIVIDED COUNTRY
Seeking Common Ground
Sunday, February 9 • 2-4 pm
Randall Student Center, Fireplace Lounge
Recognizing that sharp divisions in the American populace have caused many to fear for the future of democracy in our nation, this Forum on the Future will feature two knowledgeable speakers, Daniel M. Shea and Greg Kesich.
Heather Desjardins, Occup.Therapist and Liaison at Maine Gen. Home Care and Hospice will help students understand what the program is all about, including eligibility, services available and how to be referred.
Sunday, February 23
2-4 pm • Randall Hall, UMA
Christine Letcher, soprano and pianist, will present classical works for voice and piano by French Impressionist and Modernist composers such as Debussy, Satie, Ravel, among others. In the second half of the program, Christine will sing jazz standards with the band, PUMA. Read more
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HIGHER FORMS OF ART
February 2-23, 2020
Danforth Gallery, UMA
Kennebec Valley Art Association’s (KVAA) 14th annual Higher Forms of Art exhibition of artwork by students from area high schools will be presented in partnership with the University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) at the Danforth Gallery”. Read More
NEW SEATS, BIGGER STAGE & TICKETS ONLINE!
So, as you may have noticed this season of the Concerts at Jewett will not include a December concert, and the January concert will be held in the Fireplace Lounge. Then, in February, expect to relax in comfortable, shiny new surroundings and be entertained with good music at our traditional affordable price!
Recent semesters have been creeping above 30 classes, and our growth may someday strain UMA’s classroom space. Thanks to the support of the city of Augusta’s Buker Community Center, this semester we will begin to access the efficacy of off-campus classes, should they ever become necessary.
UMASC: Our history & purpose A series of articles about the global movement for Life Long Learning.
NATIONAL DIGITAL EQUITY CENTER
Offers Classes to UMASC Students
During the first meeting of this year’s Spring classes, we will present a short survey seeking to learn what the demand is for the various topics that most interest our members.
Readfield residents Tom Furrow and Bethany Leigh of the National Digital Equity Center, Machias have offered to tailor classes to the needs of Augusta Senior College students. Read More
NEW CAREGIVER PROGRAM - The Back Story
... "you may wonder how Gene and Pat were able to manage the stress and other issues related to a terminal illness".