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SAGE - Membership Registration

$25

with SAGE SAGE

Calendar Current session started Sep 1, 2021

SAGE Annual Membership Fee is $25.00 and covers from September 1st to August 31st of each year for those age 50 and older. SAGE Membership Fee must be paid to take classes or you must belong to another Maine Senior College Program.    

Please go to www.umpi.edu/sage and click on the Assumption of Risk Form button.  This form must be completed to attend classes.  If you wish to have a parking pass, please click on the Motor Vehicle Registration Form. You may mail the completed forms to: SAGE, PO Box 12, Bridgewater, ME 04735 or send to sageatumpi@outlook.com.  Thank you.  

 

SAGE Fund $10

$10

with SAGE SAGE

Calendar Current session started Sep 20, 2021

Contribution to TheSAGEfund which gives financial aid to members and supports SAGE programming (Tax-deductible).

SAGE Fund $15

$15

with SAGE SAGE

Calendar Current session started Sep 20, 2021

Contribution to TheSAGEfund which gives financial aid to members and supports SAGE programming (Tax-deductible).

SAGE Fund $5

$5

with SAGE SAGE

Calendar Current session started Sep 20, 2021

Contribution to TheSAGEfund which gives financial aid to members and supports SAGE programming (Tax-deductible).

SAGE - Lunch & Learn

$5

with Jayne Farrin

Calendar Current session started Apr 5, 2022 at 12 pm, runs for 8 weeks

*SAGE/MSC membership is REQUIRED to enroll in the class.

Jayne Farrin has lined up presenters on various topics that will either educate, entertain or both.  Grab your lunch and sit down at your computer and join her in this amazing collection of presentations.  Attend the weeks you are interested in or join us for all of them.  For list of speakers and dates they will be presenting, see chart below.   

April 5          How to Jump Start Your Genealogy Research using                                  Ancestry.com

                     Dr. James Oberly

April 12        City of Caribou’s River Road Cemetery

                   Spike Savage

April 19        Tour of Katahdin Woods & Waters

                    Elaine Hendrickson

April 26        Meteorologist at National Weather Service

                    Louise Fode

May 3           Yearning to Breathe:  The Immigrant Experience in Maine

                    Erica Nadelhaft

May 10         Acadian Culture

                    Lise Pelletier

May 17         Kajak!  An Exhibit at Bowdoin College’s Peary-MacMillan                            Arctic Museum

                    Curator Genevieve LeMoine

May 24         Top Ten Science Stories for 2021

                    Video by Curiosity Stream

SAGE - Visiting Aroostook Museums Part 2

$5

with SAGE SAGE

Calendar Current session started Apr 25, 2022 at 1 pm

SAGE/MSC membership is REQUIRED to take this class.

This was a very popular class this winter. We all learned a lot about Aroostook County that we may not have known before.  So, continuing around the County, we will be visiting other museums.  Some we will actually go to the facility and others we will do by ZOOM.  A final schedule will be available before the first class is scheduled.  We know we want to visit the blockades in Fort Kent and Fort Fairfield, and the Southern Aroostook Agricultural Museum.

 

SAGE - Movie at The University

$5

with Gary Smith

Calendar Current session started Apr 28, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 5 weeks

*SAGE/MSC membership is REQUIRED for enrollment in this class.

Back by popular demand – Movies at the University with Gary Smith and his massive collection of the great films throughout the years is being offered again.  He will make a new choice each week to show and discuss.  Join Gary for a day at the movies. 

SAGE - Standardized Patient Training

$5

with Barbara Blackstone

*SAGE/MSC membership is REQUIRED for enrollment in this class.

A standardized patient is an individual who is trained to be a patient for nursing students, social work students, PTA students and others.  We will provide standardized patients with a brief overview of an illness or injury they will be “acting out” along with a history of the focused illness and common signs and symptoms – your involvement will provide a wonderful opportunity for students to interact with a real person and facilitate the development of interpersonal skills in a controlled environment.  This provides students the opportunity to apply what they have learned in the classroom in a one-on-one patient interaction in the university's new simulation lab.

*If you are interested in this, we will contact you with more details.





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