Caribou Learning Center
To be eligible to purchase a crossbow hunting license, any person (16 years of age and older) must hold a valid license to hunt big game (either a big game hunting license or an archery license), and must submit proof of having successfully completed an archery hunting education course and a crossbow hunting course or evidence of having previously held adult archery and crossbow hunting licenses issued specifically for the purpose of hunting with a crossbow or bow and arrow in this State or any other state, province or country in any year after 1979. When proof or evidence cannot be provided, the applicant may substitute a signed affidavit.
A resident or nonresident 10 years of age or older and under 16 years of age may hunt with a crossbow if that person holds a valid junior hunting license (no crossbow license required). Please see the Crossbow Hunting License Fact Sheet.
With a valid crossbow hunting license, a person may hunt bear with a crossbow during the open season on bear, and may hunt deer with a crossbow during the open firearm season on deer. The crosshow hunting license may not be used to hunt deer during the expanded archery season, archery season, muzzleloading season, or to hunt turkey during the fall turkey season.
Total Course = 3 hrs. 30 min
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Posted by Karen Rockwell on April 3, 2017 | Read more in: News
Judy Babbidge (Caribou Quilting instructor), Ruth Bradbury and students organized this day trip to share their passion of quilting together.
Students travel to the Learning Center from all over the county to attend classes with Judy. Although all the students were not able to go on this trip, the bus was full.
Quilting is more than a craft, it's a way of life!!!
From left to right, in zig-zag order: Ruby Bradbury, Heather Midwid, Sandy Daigle, Judy Babbidge, Helen Engstrom, Gusty Anderson, Steve Boody, Vee Peterson, Kathy French, Lucille Castonguay, Monika Baker, Jo-Ellen Kelley (hidden), Rita Kingsbury, Catherine Kingsbury, Jacinthe Byram, Lydia Gagnon (hidden), George Anne Carter, Joanne Bouchard, Freda Mosley, Julie Castonguay, Janice DeLong, Diane Porter, Maryann Gagnon (hidden), Cynthia Harvey, Barbara Rouse, Beth Ann Walker, Anita Dow, Sarah Jackson, Nancy Todd (hidden), Lois Howes, Bernadette Opthof, Cuppy Johndro, Bonnie Lavway, Nancy Carney, Marcie Brumaghin, Jackie Riberdy, Donna Hurley, Lou Ann Skidgell, Dawn Anderson, Barbara Dechaine, Rachel Levesque, Sharon Hedstrom, Nason Donahue, Judy Holmquist, Beth Albert, Letha VanKirk, Sandy Desjardin, Lou Sandy Boutot, and Joan Paradis. Absent from the picture are Donna Nolan and Lucille Loder.
Front Row Left to right - Kiauna Peete, Megan Faulkner, Tanaica Green, Jeff Gireaudore, Katelynn Bilodeau, Megan Duplessie, Courtney Theriault, Jaycee Bevins, Jeremy Biastre, Emily Levesque, Chelsea Theriault
Back Row Left to Right - Jesse Rivera, Richard Bubar, Gary Hewitt, Austin Billingslea, Austin Cyr
Congratulations to 83 graduates as of May 19, 2016.
Posted by Karen Rockwell on June 9, 2016 | Read more in: News
The Certified Nurse Assistant Course is designed to prepare students for State of Maine certification. It consists of 110 hours classroom/lab and 90 hours clinical experience, usually two four hour evenings and one eight hour weekend day sessions per week. Upon successful completion of the classroom & clinical components, students will be given the State of Maine CNA competency test along with all necessary forms required to be placed on the State of Maine CNA registry.
Fee: $850 (Text included)
You may call for an application and/or set up an appointment at 207-493-4272, or
email@example.com email - Subject: "CNA Application Request"
Posted by Karen Rockwell on July 15, 2015 | Read more in: News
We have recently launched our new website! The new site brings with it many new and exciting features designed to make locating and registering for courses much easier.
Some of these new and exciting features include:
Our website is a part of the new Maine Adult Education Portal, sponsored and managed by the Maine Adult Education Association. When you visit the new MAEA website online at http://www.maineadulted.org, you can search for courses and programs statewide to find the perfect class closest to where you work or live.
These are just a few of the many exciting additions to our site, and many more are slated to appear over the next year. Please continue to check back with us, and please share your feedback by contacting us. Thank you, and we hope you enjoy your new adult education website.
Posted by Kathi Medcalf on November 9, 2008 | Read more in: News