Upcoming Homeschool Events

Homeschool related upcoming events, meetings and activities happening around the state!

Click here for regular, Ongoing Activities happening around the state.


** Unless noted otherwise, the events listed below are not HOME sponsored events. HOME does not take any responsibility for the content of items posted, views expressed during activities or the activities themselves. Please use your own discretion.


*** If you are having trouble posting an event, or your event needs editing, please contact Connie Overlock at connieoverlock@gmail.com or 763-3004.



Coastal Christian School Middle School Soccer

June 27, 2021

Middle School Soccer grades 4th- 8th. Summer practices are being held at First Baptist Church in Waldoboro on Tuesday’s from 5-6:30. Please contact me for more details.

For more information please contact:

Mark Tracey
Phone: 207-542-7623
E-mail: Stephenmarktracey@gmail.com


Crosscurrents Youth Learning and Leadership Program at Maine Maritime Museum

July 12-30, 2021

A three-week enrichment day program at Maine Maritime Museum designed for rising 7th and 8th graders who have a curiosity for creative thinking and a passion for hands-on, experiential learning. Includes weekly sails on our historic schooner and cruise boat, woodworking, blacksmithing, environmental science on the Kennebec River, writing, creative arts, literary studies, and artifact analysis within the museum's collection. Scholarships available upon request.

For more information please contact:

Luke Milardo
Phone: 207-443-1316 x325
E-mail: lucasmilardo@gmail.com

Turner, Raymond, Island Falls, Farmington

4-H Fridays on the Farm

July 16.2021

University of Maine Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development Program is offering a new summer series, 4-H Fridays on the Farm, to get teens ages 12-18 engaged in Maine agriculture. Current 4-H enrollment is not necessary for participation. Program materials and instruction are FREE. The goal of 4-H Fridays on the Farm is to expose teens ages 12-18 to Maine agriculture and create workforce development skills through a variety of different hands-on, farm visits throughout the state. Teens may join for one session or all four to experience what different farms across the state have to offer. Each session will include an opportunity for teens to take a tour of operations, gain hands-on experience, and consider their role in the Maine Food System. 4-H Fridays on the Farm is the first educational offering in a series developed by the Maine 4-H Agricultural Leadership Team. For more information or to register visit https://extension.umaine.edu/4h/4-h-summer-learning/fridays-on-the-farm-registration/.

Event Locations: Mulberry Farms, Raymond, ME ---July 16, 2021, 9:00AM-12:00PM: Mulberry Farms in Raymond, Maine is run by the Pecoraro Family. Mulberry Farms specializes in organic fruits and vegetables.

Rustic Roots Farm, Farmington, ME --- July 23, 2021, 9:00AM-12:00PM: Rustic Roots Farm is a small-scale farm in Farmington, Maine producing sustainably-grown mixed vegetables. They offer weekly farm shares, and sell locally to restaurants and the public at Farmers markets.

Seed Pro Inc, Island Falls, ME --- July 30, 2021, 9:00AM-12:00PM: Seed Pro Inc, along with the family farm, Daniel J. Corey Farm based in Monticello, centers around the development, production and harvesting of potatoes. At their Island Falls facility, which includes a research laboratory and greenhouse, they develop seed for distribution throughout the entire East Coast.

Brigeen Farms, Turner, ME ---August 6, 2021 9:00AM-12:00PM: Brigeen Farms is a tenth generation family-owned and operated dairy farm Since 1777, they have cared for dairy cows and produced fresh, high-quality milk as part of Maine’s strong dairy industry.

For more information please contact:

Sadee Mehuren
Phone: 207.342.5971
E-mail: sadee.mehuren@maine.edu


Maine Student Film & Video Festival

July 17, 2021

Now in its 43rd year, the Maine Student Film & Video Festival welcomes submissions from Maine students, to be judged in the age categories Grades K-6, Grades 7-8, and Grades 9-12. In addition to scholarship prizes for winners, finalists and honorable mentions receive a certificate of merit. Selected short films will be screened at the Waterville Opera House on July 17 during the Maine International Film Festival. The deadline to submit is June 1. For more information and to submit your film, visit mainestudentfilm.org.

For more information please contact:

Julia Dunlavey
Phone: 207-861-8138
E-mail: julia@mainefilmcenter.org

Damariscotta Lake State Park

Patriot Camp

August 5, 2021

Patriot Camp is a one day camp for kids ages 5-11 for a day filled with fun while they learn about and develop an interest in America’s Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution. For more information or to sign up for the camp email: libertyformaine@gmail.com

For more information please contact:

Jessica Whitworth
Phone: 207-790-1526
E-mail: libertyformaine@gmail.com


Youth Organ Festival at 10 AM

September 16, 2021

An Introduction to the Organ: The King of Instruments Designed especially for Grades 1 – 12 including public, private and home school.

Dr. Joyce Jones, who taught at Baylor University, Waco, Texas, for 43 years, has introduced children and youth across the nation and around the world to the wonders of the pipe organ! We are honored to have her visit us in Lewiston!

Through musical examples, young people are introduced to the sounds of the organ, showing the high pitches, the low pitches, the volume (very loud to very soft), and the fact that the organ is the oldest of the keyboard instruments. They are also introduced to the names of the manuals of the organ and the names of the stops of the organ.

Musical examples include familiar melodies such as the Bach Toccata in D minor, variations techniques such as Variations on America by Charles Ives, and humorous pieces such as Donkey Dance and Hornpipe Humoresque.

It is hoped that the students might be interested enough in the organ to return for the concert with Dr. Jones the next evening, Friday, September 17, 2021, at 7:30 p.m.

In addition to hearing the largest church pipe organ in Maine, those attending will experience the majestic architecture of the Basilica as well as the beauty of the mammoth stained glass windows! An event the students will never forget! THIS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM IS A GIFT TO THE COMMUNITY AND REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED. HOWEVER, IF YOU PLAN TO BRING YOUR STUDENTS, PLEASE KINDLY NOTIFY SCOTT scott.vaillancourt@portlanddiocese.org Co-sponsored by the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul and The Mark Thallander Foundation

For more information please contact:

Kathleen Haley
Phone: 207-751-8715
E-mail: Krh444@aol.com