Current Events Forum

Midcoast Senior College offers a program, in partnership with the Curtis Memorial Library, entitled “Current Events Forum.”

Throughout the year, meetings occur weekly each Thursday  from 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. in the Morrell Meeting Room of the Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick. At each session, topics of local, national, and international concern will be introduced by a moderator.  Attendees will be given an opportunity briefly to express their points of view.  If you would like to be a moderator, please contact Richard Neiman:

These meetings  are free and are open to the public. 

Sponsored by Thornton Oaks, Brunswick

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Summer Wisdom

At the Morrell Room of the Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick

Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m.,  June 6, 13, 20, 27, 2018
Free and Open to the Public

Sponsored  by Sunnybook Senior Living Community, Brunswick


Midcoast Senior College has planned another intellectually intriguing series of lectures for June 2018.
This year’s Summer Wisdom lecture series will explore a variety of topics, both contemporary and historical.  Each lecture and discussion lasts about 90 minutes.


Excursions and Special Events

Excursions and Special Events are supported by our Special Events Committee. Most are open to the public, and others are for MSC members only. They have included day-long summer excursions to museums, art galleries, theatres, and historical sites. Occasionally during semesters we conduct weekend workshops. In June, MSC hosts a festive luncheon combined with our Annual Meeting attended by students and faculty from the previous fall and/or spring courses. Announcement of this series appears in the April newsletter, on our website, and elsewhere.

Read about the Summer Excursion for 2018 here.

Winter Wisdom

Winter Wisdom 2018

at the Morrell Room of the Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick Wednesdays, 12:15 – 1:45 pm

Free and Open to the Public

The Winter Wisdom lecture series is sponsored by:



The DaPonte String Quartet

gives concerts around Maine, and each year gives a lecture/performance at the Curtis Memorial Library.