Upcoming Homeschool Events

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

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


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St. Andrews

All Things Marine - Spring

May 28, 2019

All Things Marine is a family field course being offered May 28 – 31, 2019. Join us on the Huntsman Marine Science Centre campus in St. Andrews, New Brunswick to explore the bay by boat, foot and in the lab.

For more information please contact:

Laura Barrett
Phone: 506-529-1226
E-mail: lbarrett@huntsmanmarine.ca

Rochester, NH

The Arabian Nights

May 30, 2019

Journey back to a time of sultans, palaces and genies through this dramatic retelling of classic Persian folktales. Homeschool Theatre Guild continues its tradition of bringing gems of literature to the Rochester Opera House stage with The Arabian Nights on May 30 - June 1, 2019. Tickets & information: www.homeschooltheatre.org.

For more information please contact:

Margaret Murray
Phone: 603-973-2736
E-mail: hello@homeschooltheatre.org


Twelfth Night by Wm. Shakespeare

May 31, 2019

The hilariously written Twelfth Night is one of William Shakespeare's easiest plays to fall in love with. There are plenty of practical jokes and unexpected love triangles. Presented by the Chocolate Church Arts Center in partnership with Shakespeare on the Kennebec.

For more information please contact:

Carina Wishman
Phone: 207-442-8455
E-mail: Chocolatechurchartscenter@gmail.com

Milo / Brownville

American Kegion Boys State

June 16, 2019

Message: ATTENTION High School Junior Class Boys in the Milo/Brownville area: Spend five days (June 16-20) this summer at the American Legion Dirigo Boys State, expenses paid by American Legion Posts 41 and 92. Learn about government by participating in a model state government. Meet hundreds of other Maine Juniors and enjoy an exciting experience at Thomas College in Waterville. We have funding available for four home-schooling Junior boys this year. It truly is the experience of a lifetime: one that can only enhance your record if you apply to college. Open to boys living in Milo, Brownville, Brownville Junction, LaGrange, Orneville, Sebec, Bradford, Atkinson, Williamsburg TWP, Barnard TWP and Medford. Call me (207) 965-8438, (703) 469-1834, or email me (quirkrjiii@cs.com). Richard Quirk, Post 41 (Milo) Service Officer.

For more information please contact:

Richard Quirk
Phone: 207-965-8438
E-mail: quirkrjiii@cs.com

South Berwick

RISE UP IET Retail Program

June 17, 2019

Is your teen looking for a summer job? This program is FREE (16+). You leave with a resume, cover letter and practice interviews with actual hiring retail stores. Plus, a professional credential you can put on a resume or college application. Email me for more information.

For more information please contact:

Sharon Sevland
Phone: 207-384-5703
E-mail: ssevland@kitteryschools.com


Used Homeschool Curriculum Sale

June 29, 2019

Bring in your unused curriculum for people to buy and look to see if there’s curriculum you can use.

For more information please contact:

Pam Miner
Phone: 207-632-6941
E-mail: jpscaaminer@gmail.com


2019 Maine Indian Basketmakers Holiday Market

December 14, 2019

The largest holiday gathering of Maine Indian artists in New England featuring members of the Maine Indian Basketmakers Alliance who have received national awards and new artists representing the next generation of weavers. Please join us for a day showcasing one-of-a-kind art forms, demonstrations, storytelling, traditional music, drumming and dancing, and a fashion show by Decontie and Brown. There's something for everyone!

For more information please contact:

Caroline Strolic
Phone: 207-581-1904
E-mail: caroline.strolic@maine.edu