Try something new this year

at one of Maine’s 80+ local adult education programs. From Fort Kent to Kittery and everywhere in between, our programs offer thousands of classes including business skills training, fun, personal enrichment, and more.

Learning for everyone

Make 2019 the year you learn to play guitar…get your degree… change jobs…

Whatever new skill or life change you’re dreaming of, there’s a good chance your local Maine adult education program can help you get there.

  • Sep
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    Diploma Informational Session

    Need your diploma? Come find out about our program and its requirements. Bring your questions, bring your friend’s questions – heck, bring your friend; just come in and take this first step! There’s no obligation to enroll. This is a free session. Light refreshments will be served.

  • Sep
    5
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    Cribbage Thursdays

    15-2, 15- 4….. Please join us for lunch-time, pick-up cribbage games on Thursdays. We will provide boards and cards. You do not need a partner to come and play. This is intended as a fun, community event – all are welcome. Don’t know how to play? We can teach you. Feel free to bring your […]

  • Sep
    5

    HiSET: High School Equivalency Test Informational Session

    The HiSET has been used in the state of Maine since 2014. Join us for an overview of the exam. Bring your questions, bring your friend’s questions – heck, bring your friend; just come in and take this first step! There’s no obligation to enroll. This is a free session. Light refreshments will be served.

  • Sep
    9
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    Let’s Get Fit and Stay Fit (Session 1)

    This low-impact workout allows you to work at your own pace and level. It is 50-60 minutes of simple moving, with options to add some light weights (or not), use stretch tubing for resistance training and incorporate an abdominal workout and flexibility stretches. Anyone can do this. Class meets two times a week and includes […]

  • Sep
    9
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    Indoor/Outdoor Fitness Walking

    Want to stay active? Get into a walking routine! Join Kathy Nyborg and Jean Guyette at the Sorrento-Sullivan Recreation Center for an hour of indoor/outdoor walking depending on the weather. You can saunter, power walk or speed walk. Whatever your pace you can do it safely. Just drop in.

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