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Retreats Designed For You

    Every retreat is customized to the needs, interests, and skills of each participant.

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By Boomers—For Boomers

We are experienced educators who have worked successfully with adults for many years.   For more information about the BoomerTECH crew click here…

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A Wicked Good Opportunity

Come early or stay after the retreat to enjoy our gorgeous and intriguing state.

Register for a BoomerTECH Adventures Retreat

Select the retreat and the time of the year you want to visit Maine

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Retreat Weeks

Select from one of our BoomerTECH Adventures retreats:

Week #1 — September 28 - October 2, 2014
Week #2 — October 26 - 30, 2014
Week #3 —January 25 - 29, 2015
Week #4 — February 1 - 5, 2015
Week #5 — May 17 - 21, 2015
Week #6 — May 24 - 28, 2015

NEW BoomerTECH Workshops

Getting the most out of your iPad/iPhone (morning)
Staying connected via video conferencing (afternoon)

Sign up for morning or afternoon workshops take advantage of both workshops.

September 16, 2014 — Orono, ME

October 16, 2014 — Presque Isle, ME

November 14, 2014 — Berwick, ME

What boomers say…

Institutes and workshops run by Ed, Chris, Jill, and Jeff are simply the best. Well organized, personalized, highly professional, and at the end of the day...fun! I always learn so much.

Robert Denver, CO

Chris guided us through a series of lessons using technology. I was able to take these lessons back to my own classroom to enhance my instruction as well as offer professional development to my colleagues.

Kathy Portland, ME

Jill has a superior style of teaching. She listens to the needs of students and explains material in a way that is very understandable to the non-techie. She knows her stuff!

Carol Brunswick, ME

Uniquely Maine

• Personalized to your needs • Low stress — high learning • Create, connect, and contribute • Opportunities to learn new skills • Meet new and interesting people • Experienced guides

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