Sherry grew up in Lubec with the idea of making pottery on her childhood bucket list. “So many of us in this region are lifelong learners and CCLC provides the opportunity to expand and enrich that tendency by providing a richness and diversity of educational options to choose from.”
Lindsay Seward and Erik Blomberg are co-instructors of a University of Maine Wildlife Field Survey course, which is based at CCLC’s campus for two weeks each May. Experiencing the many assets of the region has led several students to careers here.
CCLC’s multicultural identity, and its welcoming and well-equipped retreat center, informed MITSC’s decision to locate its new office adjacent to CCLC.
DOORS ARE OPEN to our newly completed and expanded campus! Three bright new rooms now seat an additional 130 people for professional workshops, immersion learning opportunities, messy group projects, family reunions and more. Added to our 50-bed lodge, commercial kitchen, cozy dining room, timber frame amphitheater and outdoor pizza oven, miles of trails, and a range of program offerings—we are ready to host!