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In this issue:
*Rusticator Picnic
*COA/ ASC Summer Plans
*Fall Course Registration
*Maine Senior College News
*ANP/ASC Centennial Plans
*ASC Caps!
*Office closed dates
*ASC News Features!

Fall Course Registrations

Following classes 
are filled:
"American Silent Film in the Twenties"

"The Dolomites and South Tyrol: Alpine Wonderlands"

"iPhone Photography & Image Editing"

Others are filling fast, so send in your course registrations today!

Office Closed 

July 8 - July 13

Thursday and Friday 
July 14 & 15


Happy Summer!!

What's been happening at Acadia Senior College?

Get all the news from Public Relations Chair, Ann Caswell...

Art Show ~

Annual Meeting ~

New Board Members~

What's happening at other Maine Senior Colleges?

Harald Slott-Moller (1896)

ASC joins Acadia National Park Centennial Celebration

Courses, events, parties... read about our celebration plans for 2016!

ASC Hats!

Where can you get one?

Order from Maine Point, Southwest Harbor, 
Can be picked up there, or shipped. 

Acadia Senior College 
(The view from our window!)

spring mscm


Our office:
Maine Sea Coast Mission
127 West Street
Bar Harbor

Tu-W-Th 8:30-4:30

Our mailing address:
PO Box 175
Hulls Cove, ME 04644

(207) 288-9500

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Acadia Senior College
"Rusticator Picnic"

Saturday, July 23, 2016
1:00-4:00 pm

Bear Brook Picnic Area, 
on the 
Park Loop Road

Rain or Shine!!

Live music!!
Big Moose Band will 
play lively tunes!

Sing along with Bob Gallon and his tuba!

What to bring:

ASC will be providing sandwiches, soft drinks, and paper goods.  
Please bring a side dish or 
dessert to share.

ASC Members and their guests 
are welcome

COA / ASC Collaborative
July 11-15, 2016

July 11   - Richard Fallon, summer resident and Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard- Order in the Court: Recent US Supreme Court Highlights
July 12   - COA's regular Coffee and Conversation event featuring Kevin Schneider, the new ANP superintendent, and Darron Collins, COA President - Future of Park Service
July 12   - Noel Stookey, on the music of protest, with some musical presentation - The Role of Music & Troubadours in Social Activism
July 13   - Theda Skocpol, summer resident and Professor of Government and Sociology at Harvard -Understanding American Politics
July 14   - Narrated tour of a major sculpture installation at COA by curator June LaCombe - Where the Mountains Meet the Sea
July 15  
Join us for a hearty panel with a beloved group of community elders who will share their "life well lived" perspectives. 
Panel of Elders: Steve Perrin, Ed Snyder, Ed Kaelber, Lissa Hodder, Charlotte Singleton, who will also serve as moderator - With Age Comes Wisdom (But Sometimes Age Comes Alone) 
July 15  @ 6:00 pm, NEH Town Pier
- Sunset cruise (the cruise is filled).
Beech Mountain Project will entertain! Dave Dawson (guitar and vocals), Bob Hipkens (dobro, guitar and vocals), Fred Benson (bass and vocals), and Jim Vekasi (mandolin and vocals)

Contact Laura Johnson at COA (664-3248) to sign up for the week ($60 per person allows access to any and all talks, the cruise is filled