Using nineteenth-century mills and twenty-first-century technology, Pam Allen created a world-renowned yarn company in Maine.
Ageless Maine is the magazine for people over 50 who look at their life as one filled with adventure, joy, and discovery. This is the magazine for people who have learned from their experiences and fearlessly and energetically look forward to the years that lie ahead—and to getting the most out of every moment. Ageless will cover topics that matter—from responsible investment strategies, to adjusting to being an empty nester, to wellness tips that will help you live life to its fullest. And each month we’ll profile your contemporaries who are still making a difference. You are active, you are engaged, and you are ageless.
At the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland, older Mainers connect with animals, and everyone benefits.
Named for the seafaring ways of its former landowners, a new neighborhood on the island of Southport seeks to address the needs of Maine’s aging-but-active population.
With semiweekly games in Rockport, the Dusty Pucks have fun keeping their bodies fit and their minds sharp.
At the University of New England, a new program aims to lead the way in aging excellence.
With its Institute for Integrative Aging, Saint Joseph’s College aims to bring seniors and students together for the common good.
A photographer looks to the rehearsal process for inspiration.
With 17 locations across the state, the Maine Senior College Network—a program of the University of Southern Maine—offers myriad opportunities for exploration and lifelong learning. Senior Colleges have no entrance requirements, grades, or tests, and memberships are a reasonable cost, … Continue reading
Couple's gift of their estate will ensure that Maine children in need can attend Camp Sebago.
The Power of Refocusing After Ending or Changing Your Career