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Fit and Fun for Free in January 01/03/23 - 01/31/23 at All Day

Fit and Fun for Free in January

If you made a New Year’s resolution to “pick up the pace” of your personal fitness or start a new activity, why not come to People Plus and start something new at no cost? Try any one (or more) of our offerings during January for Free! The Center routinely offers more than a dozen fitness classes and clubs each week, varying from Table Tennis (free all the time!) to Tai Chi to Write On Writers. All of our instructor led courses are available to members for a cost of only $5 a session.

“The goal is to get folks engaged,” Frizzle explained, “This offer is for new attendees to try classes/clubs and see if they like it. We’re confident they will. There is no better investment than the one we all make in our own personal health. What a way to start the new year!”

This offer is free and open to the public. Call the Center at 729-0757 if you have questions or want to sign up. See our calendar for a complete list of activities to choose from! (Some exclusions apply).


The Transforming Maine Economy 01/11/23 at 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

The Transforming Maine Economy

Midcoast Senior College presents its FREE “Winter Wisdom” series sponsored by The Highlands. Each week presents a new topic and speaker.

A new economic model is emerging in Maine. Previously built on a foundation of fisheries, wood products, and tourism, new initiatives are gradually but inexorably reshaping Maine’s economy. This presentation will highlight the significant developments that are the Maine economy of our future. The new Maine economic model includes biotechnology, aquaculture, renewable energy, revival of agriculture and food processing, brewing and distilling. John Dorrer has served in government as Acting Commissioner, Chief Economist and Research Director of the Maine Department of Labor, the National Center on Education and the Economy, and the Training and Development Corporation. He has also been an Adjunct Faculty member in the Departments of Economics and Public Administration at the University of Maine.

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