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Sunday May 16, 2021
8:00 AM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Freeport United Soccer Club
 
Monday May 17, 2021
3:05 PM - 4:15 PM    Maine Nature Art - Favorite Projects - Favorite Projects (Freeport MSS)
This three session class will include a Paint/Draw Project, a nail/string art project, and the class will vote for their third project. As always, send water and snack if your child needs an afternoon boost.  We will be creative and happy! 
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- DCS Mondays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:45 PM - 5:15 PM    HERO Boys Run Club
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Pickleball in Pownal - Pickleball Spring 2021
Come drop-in for some Pickleball action, get some great exercise, and have some fun! All levels and abilities are welcome. This season will look a little different from others. If you would like to rent a paddle for the season, you may rent one of ours, but if you would like to purchase your own, we encourage you to do so. We will not be collecting fees at the door. You must register for the whole season, no matter how many weeks you attend.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    NHS Induction
 
Tuesday May 18, 2021
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    DCS Art Enrichment
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- MLS Tuesdays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - DCS Gr. K-5 Spring Tuesdays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Mad Science - Engineering Mania - Mad Science - Mast Landing
Do you have an excessive enthusiasm for science? Or as we call it, “Mad Science Maine-ia”!?  Let’s nourish that enthusiasm and upkeep that curiosity through exciting exploration into the many exciting aspects of Engineering!  Become a junior architect and engineer by building model bridges and arches. Discover how airplanes defy gravity as you make a rotor kite twist and an airship twirl.  Create a large child-operated pulley system and build a rubber band dragster.  Make chemical engineering come to life as you mix up a few reactive ingredients for some sensational results.  Get hands-on with rocket propulsion and blast off rockets across the room.  Explore the role of magnetism in our everyday lives with swinging compasses and motorized devices. Put the “loco” in motion and explore Newton’s laws with crash test dummies and rubber band propelled rockets.  Imagine, build, design, and have a scientific blast as we channel your excessive enthusiasm in this exciting introduction into the world of Engineering!   
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Girls on the Run
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do for Adults Spring
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
Wednesday May 19, 2021
7:50 AM - 8:35 AM    Introduction to German - German: Früling Mittwoch
Your kids will be amazed by how much German they know already: auto, bus, ball, and gesundheit are all German words.  In our morning classes, we will not only discover more about the German language, but also German culture.  Where is Germany on a map? How do German kids live? What is the school day like? What sports do they play? What do we all have in common? What is different? In a fun, interactive setting, we will discover Germany and the world together.  Bis bald!
 
3:20 PM - 4:20 PM    Mad Science - Engineering Mania - Mad Science - Durham
Do you have an excessive enthusiasm for science? Or as we call it, “Mad Science Maine-ia”!?  Let’s nourish that enthusiasm and upkeep that curiosity through exciting exploration into the many exciting aspects of Engineering!  Become a junior architect and engineer by building model bridges and arches. Discover how airplanes defy gravity as you make a rotor kite twist and an airship twirl.  Create a large child-operated pulley system and build a rubber band dragster.  Make chemical engineering come to life as you mix up a few reactive ingredients for some sensational results.  Get hands-on with rocket propulsion and blast off rockets across the room.  Explore the role of magnetism in our everyday lives with swinging compasses and motorized devices. Put the “loco” in motion and explore Newton’s laws with crash test dummies and rubber band propelled rockets.  Imagine, build, design, and have a scientific blast as we channel your excessive enthusiasm in this exciting introduction into the world of Engineering!   
 
3:25 PM - 4:30 PM    Maine Nature Art - Favorite Projects - Favorite Projects (Freeport MLS)
This three session class will include a Paint/Draw Project, a nail/string art project, and the class will vote for their third project. As always, send water and snack if your child needs an afternoon boost.  We will be creative and happy! 
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Falcon Cheer Clinics - Cheer 101 & 102 - Late Spring
This is the perfect introductory level program for cheerleaders wanting to brush up/perfect basic skills or athletes that have never cheered before.  This class will focus on cheer skills: proper stunting and tumbling techniques, jumping, motions and conditioning. Led by Freeport High Schools Varsity Cheer Coach and Junior Coaches, Cheer 101 for 1st through 5th graders. Cheer 102 for 6th through 8th graders.
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Thursday May 20, 2021
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- MLS Thursdays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Maine Nature Art - Favorite Projects - Favorite Projects (Durham 1-5)
This three session class will include a Paint/Draw Project, a nail/string art project, and the class will vote for their third project. As always, send water and snack if your child needs an afternoon boost.  We will be creative and happy! 
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Girls on the Run
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do Dragons Youth Spring
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
Friday May 21, 2021
3:25 PM - 4:25 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - MLS Gr. K-5 Spring Fridays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Tiny Tappy Toes Dance Combo - MLS Spring Fridays Dance
Learn basic ballet, tap and creative movement steps with instructor Kate Andreu.  Dance teaches self confidence, balance, and coordination and keeps a child's mind and body working together.  Bring a pair of socks or flexible shoes and dress shoes (for tap technique) to every class.  Ballet and tap shoes are recommended but not required.  Please send your dancer in comfortable, flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Drop-off and pick-up will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Saturday May 22, 2021
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades K-2
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
8:00 AM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
Sunday May 23, 2021
8:00 AM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Freeport United Soccer Club
 
Monday May 24, 2021
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Driver Education - Roy's Driver & Rider Ed May
RSU5 DOES NOT take the Registrations - you must go through ROY'S to register.This course meets the state required 30 hours of classroom lecture and 10 hours of driving time.-Students must bring their birth certificate, social security card and blue or black ink pen to the first class. -Students must be 15 before the first class.-All students are required to wear a mask during class and driving as well as socially distance at all times when not seated.REGISTER THROUGH ROY'S DRIVING ACADEMY 784-6245 or https://roysdriving.com/locations/freeport/ for more class information and registrationCost is $500.00 or a payment plan requiring $250.00 deposit and the remaining $250.00 due by first class
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- DCS Mondays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:45 PM - 5:15 PM    HERO Boys Run Club
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Pickleball in Pownal - Pickleball Spring 2021
Come drop-in for some Pickleball action, get some great exercise, and have some fun! All levels and abilities are welcome. This season will look a little different from others. If you would like to rent a paddle for the season, you may rent one of ours, but if you would like to purchase your own, we encourage you to do so. We will not be collecting fees at the door. You must register for the whole season, no matter how many weeks you attend.
 
Tuesday May 25, 2021
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Driver Education - Roy's Driver & Rider Ed May
RSU5 DOES NOT take the Registrations - you must go through ROY'S to register.This course meets the state required 30 hours of classroom lecture and 10 hours of driving time.-Students must bring their birth certificate, social security card and blue or black ink pen to the first class. -Students must be 15 before the first class.-All students are required to wear a mask during class and driving as well as socially distance at all times when not seated.REGISTER THROUGH ROY'S DRIVING ACADEMY 784-6245 or https://roysdriving.com/locations/freeport/ for more class information and registrationCost is $500.00 or a payment plan requiring $250.00 deposit and the remaining $250.00 due by first class
 
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    DCS Art Enrichment
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- MLS Tuesdays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - DCS Gr. K-5 Spring Tuesdays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Mad Science - Engineering Mania - Mad Science - Mast Landing
Do you have an excessive enthusiasm for science? Or as we call it, “Mad Science Maine-ia”!?  Let’s nourish that enthusiasm and upkeep that curiosity through exciting exploration into the many exciting aspects of Engineering!  Become a junior architect and engineer by building model bridges and arches. Discover how airplanes defy gravity as you make a rotor kite twist and an airship twirl.  Create a large child-operated pulley system and build a rubber band dragster.  Make chemical engineering come to life as you mix up a few reactive ingredients for some sensational results.  Get hands-on with rocket propulsion and blast off rockets across the room.  Explore the role of magnetism in our everyday lives with swinging compasses and motorized devices. Put the “loco” in motion and explore Newton’s laws with crash test dummies and rubber band propelled rockets.  Imagine, build, design, and have a scientific blast as we channel your excessive enthusiasm in this exciting introduction into the world of Engineering!   
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Girls on the Run
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do for Adults Spring
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Gardening for Mindfulness - Gardening for Mindfulness
Gardening, like mindfulness, is a way of finding a sense of calm amidst all chaos you might be experiencing in your daily life.  Both connect us to the world around us, to nature and wildlife, which can bring us pleasure and peace.  Discover a more contemplative way to garden by incorporating mindfulness inspired practices.
 
Wednesday May 26, 2021
7:50 AM - 8:35 AM    Introduction to German - German: Früling Mittwoch
Your kids will be amazed by how much German they know already: auto, bus, ball, and gesundheit are all German words.  In our morning classes, we will not only discover more about the German language, but also German culture.  Where is Germany on a map? How do German kids live? What is the school day like? What sports do they play? What do we all have in common? What is different? In a fun, interactive setting, we will discover Germany and the world together.  Bis bald!
 
3:20 PM - 4:20 PM    Mad Science - Engineering Mania - Mad Science - Durham
Do you have an excessive enthusiasm for science? Or as we call it, “Mad Science Maine-ia”!?  Let’s nourish that enthusiasm and upkeep that curiosity through exciting exploration into the many exciting aspects of Engineering!  Become a junior architect and engineer by building model bridges and arches. Discover how airplanes defy gravity as you make a rotor kite twist and an airship twirl.  Create a large child-operated pulley system and build a rubber band dragster.  Make chemical engineering come to life as you mix up a few reactive ingredients for some sensational results.  Get hands-on with rocket propulsion and blast off rockets across the room.  Explore the role of magnetism in our everyday lives with swinging compasses and motorized devices. Put the “loco” in motion and explore Newton’s laws with crash test dummies and rubber band propelled rockets.  Imagine, build, design, and have a scientific blast as we channel your excessive enthusiasm in this exciting introduction into the world of Engineering!   
 
3:30 PM - 9:00 PM    Board / Annual Budget Meeting
 
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- DCS Mondays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- MLS Thursdays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- MLS Tuesdays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Falcon Cheer Clinics - Cheer 101 & 102 - Late Spring
This is the perfect introductory level program for cheerleaders wanting to brush up/perfect basic skills or athletes that have never cheered before.  This class will focus on cheer skills: proper stunting and tumbling techniques, jumping, motions and conditioning. Led by Freeport High Schools Varsity Cheer Coach and Junior Coaches, Cheer 101 for 1st through 5th graders. Cheer 102 for 6th through 8th graders.
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Thursday May 27, 2021
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- MLS Thursdays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Girls on the Run
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do Dragons Youth Spring
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
Friday May 28, 2021
3:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Girl Scout Troop 601 Meeting
 
3:25 PM - 4:25 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - MLS Gr. K-5 Spring Fridays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Tiny Tappy Toes Dance Combo - MLS Spring Fridays Dance
Learn basic ballet, tap and creative movement steps with instructor Kate Andreu.  Dance teaches self confidence, balance, and coordination and keeps a child's mind and body working together.  Bring a pair of socks or flexible shoes and dress shoes (for tap technique) to every class.  Ballet and tap shoes are recommended but not required.  Please send your dancer in comfortable, flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Drop-off and pick-up will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Saturday May 29, 2021
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades K-2
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
8:00 AM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
Sunday May 30, 2021
8:00 AM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Monday May 31, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Tuesday June 1, 2021
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Driver Education - Roy's Driver & Rider Ed June
RSU5 DOES NOT take the Registrations - you must go through ROY'S to register.This course meets the state required 30 hours of classroom lecture and 10 hours of driving time.-Students must bring their birth certificate, social security card and blue or black ink pen to the first class. -Students must be 15 before the first class.-All students are required to wear a mask during class and driving as well as socially distance at all times when not seated.REGISTER THROUGH ROY'S DRIVING ACADEMY 784-6245 or https://roysdriving.com/locations/freeport/ for more class information and registrationCost is $500.00 or a payment plan requiring $250.00 deposit and the remaining $250.00 due by first class
 
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    DCS Art Enrichment
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - DCS Gr. K-5 Spring Tuesdays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Mad Science - Engineering Mania - Mad Science - Mast Landing
Do you have an excessive enthusiasm for science? Or as we call it, “Mad Science Maine-ia”!?  Let’s nourish that enthusiasm and upkeep that curiosity through exciting exploration into the many exciting aspects of Engineering!  Become a junior architect and engineer by building model bridges and arches. Discover how airplanes defy gravity as you make a rotor kite twist and an airship twirl.  Create a large child-operated pulley system and build a rubber band dragster.  Make chemical engineering come to life as you mix up a few reactive ingredients for some sensational results.  Get hands-on with rocket propulsion and blast off rockets across the room.  Explore the role of magnetism in our everyday lives with swinging compasses and motorized devices. Put the “loco” in motion and explore Newton’s laws with crash test dummies and rubber band propelled rockets.  Imagine, build, design, and have a scientific blast as we channel your excessive enthusiasm in this exciting introduction into the world of Engineering!   
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Girls on the Run
 
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- DCS Mondays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- MLS Thursdays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM    Harraseeket Harriers Running Club - Running- MLS Tuesdays
The primary focus of this program is to promote running as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great way to stay healthy. We are running a local season this spring. We will end the season with three meets at Winslow Park (Freeport), Durham Community School, and Pownal Elementary School. Bus transportation will be provided to meets, and masked family members will be welcome to attend. Runners may ride a bus from Morse Street School to Mast Landing School. Practices and Meets will be cancelled in the event of rain. Running shoes or sneakers are required, as is attire appropriate for the weather. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do for Adults Spring
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
Wednesday June 2, 2021
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Driver Education - Roy's Driver & Rider Ed June
RSU5 DOES NOT take the Registrations - you must go through ROY'S to register.This course meets the state required 30 hours of classroom lecture and 10 hours of driving time.-Students must bring their birth certificate, social security card and blue or black ink pen to the first class. -Students must be 15 before the first class.-All students are required to wear a mask during class and driving as well as socially distance at all times when not seated.REGISTER THROUGH ROY'S DRIVING ACADEMY 784-6245 or https://roysdriving.com/locations/freeport/ for more class information and registrationCost is $500.00 or a payment plan requiring $250.00 deposit and the remaining $250.00 due by first class
 
3:20 PM - 4:20 PM    Mad Science - Engineering Mania - Mad Science - Durham
Do you have an excessive enthusiasm for science? Or as we call it, “Mad Science Maine-ia”!?  Let’s nourish that enthusiasm and upkeep that curiosity through exciting exploration into the many exciting aspects of Engineering!  Become a junior architect and engineer by building model bridges and arches. Discover how airplanes defy gravity as you make a rotor kite twist and an airship twirl.  Create a large child-operated pulley system and build a rubber band dragster.  Make chemical engineering come to life as you mix up a few reactive ingredients for some sensational results.  Get hands-on with rocket propulsion and blast off rockets across the room.  Explore the role of magnetism in our everyday lives with swinging compasses and motorized devices. Put the “loco” in motion and explore Newton’s laws with crash test dummies and rubber band propelled rockets.  Imagine, build, design, and have a scientific blast as we channel your excessive enthusiasm in this exciting introduction into the world of Engineering!   
 
3:20 PM - 5:30 PM    MLS Spring Concert
 
3:20 PM - 5:30 PM    MLS Spring Concert
 
3:20 PM - 5:30 PM    MLS Spring Concert
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Falcon Cheer Clinics - Cheer 101 & 102 - Late Spring
This is the perfect introductory level program for cheerleaders wanting to brush up/perfect basic skills or athletes that have never cheered before.  This class will focus on cheer skills: proper stunting and tumbling techniques, jumping, motions and conditioning. Led by Freeport High Schools Varsity Cheer Coach and Junior Coaches, Cheer 101 for 1st through 5th graders. Cheer 102 for 6th through 8th graders.
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Introduction to Medicine Wheel Gardens - Introduction to Medicine Wheel Gardens
A medicine wheel is a way of creating sacred space and calling forth the healing energies of nature.  Whether a colorful outdoor circle, miniature dish or windowsill creation, you will learn the steps and and resources needed to design and plant a medicine wheel garden that meets your needs for creating and using a sacred space.
 
Thursday June 3, 2021
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Driver Education - Roy's Driver & Rider Ed June
RSU5 DOES NOT take the Registrations - you must go through ROY'S to register.This course meets the state required 30 hours of classroom lecture and 10 hours of driving time.-Students must bring their birth certificate, social security card and blue or black ink pen to the first class. -Students must be 15 before the first class.-All students are required to wear a mask during class and driving as well as socially distance at all times when not seated.REGISTER THROUGH ROY'S DRIVING ACADEMY 784-6245 or https://roysdriving.com/locations/freeport/ for more class information and registrationCost is $500.00 or a payment plan requiring $250.00 deposit and the remaining $250.00 due by first class
 
3:20 PM - 5:30 PM    MLS Spring Concert
 
3:20 PM - 5:30 PM    MLS Spring Concert
 
3:20 PM - 5:30 PM    MLS Spring Concert
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Girls on the Run
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do Dragons Youth Spring
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
Friday June 4, 2021
3:25 PM - 4:25 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - MLS Gr. K-5 Spring Fridays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Tiny Tappy Toes Dance Combo - MLS Spring Fridays Dance
Learn basic ballet, tap and creative movement steps with instructor Kate Andreu.  Dance teaches self confidence, balance, and coordination and keeps a child's mind and body working together.  Bring a pair of socks or flexible shoes and dress shoes (for tap technique) to every class.  Ballet and tap shoes are recommended but not required.  Please send your dancer in comfortable, flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Drop-off and pick-up will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Saturday June 5, 2021
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades K-2
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
8:00 AM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
Sunday June 6, 2021
8:00 AM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Monday June 7, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Town of Freeport
 
3:45 PM - 5:15 PM    HERO Boys Run Club
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Pickleball in Pownal - Pickleball Spring 2021
Come drop-in for some Pickleball action, get some great exercise, and have some fun! All levels and abilities are welcome. This season will look a little different from others. If you would like to rent a paddle for the season, you may rent one of ours, but if you would like to purchase your own, we encourage you to do so. We will not be collecting fees at the door. You must register for the whole season, no matter how many weeks you attend.
 
Tuesday June 8, 2021
5:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Town of Freeport
 
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    DCS Art Enrichment
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Girls on the Run
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do for Adults Spring
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
Wednesday June 9, 2021
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Falcon Cheer Clinics - Cheer 101 & 102 - Late Spring
This is the perfect introductory level program for cheerleaders wanting to brush up/perfect basic skills or athletes that have never cheered before.  This class will focus on cheer skills: proper stunting and tumbling techniques, jumping, motions and conditioning. Led by Freeport High Schools Varsity Cheer Coach and Junior Coaches, Cheer 101 for 1st through 5th graders. Cheer 102 for 6th through 8th graders.
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    School Board Meeting
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Thursday June 10, 2021
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Girls on the Run
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do Dragons Youth Spring
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
Friday June 11, 2021
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM    8th Grade Promotion Ceremony
 
3:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Girl Scout Troop 601 Meeting
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
Saturday June 12, 2021
8:00 AM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Boys
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 3-4 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Lacrosse (Grades K-6) - Lacrosse Grades 5-6 Girls
This year's lacrosse season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams: one weekday evening (for grades 3 & up) and one Saturday per week. All sessions will be held outdoors, and spectators and participants will wear masks when not engaged in play on the field. Spectators will be limited based on enrollment. The grade 3-6 season will  end with two game days versus nearby towns, on June 5 and 12.Equipment neededAll players: Face mask(s) and water bottle K-2: All other equipment is provided3-6 Boys: Shoulder pads, arm pads, helmet, gloves, mouth piece, and stick3-6 Girls: Mouth guard, eye guard, and stick. Registration after March 29 will only be accepted if there is room on a team. All uniforms will remain property of RSU5 Community Programs. A uniform fee will be charged at the end of the season for unreturned items.Gear up for the lax season with 20% off your entire order on April 9-12 with this coupon! Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering the quality program by volunteering to help!
 
Sunday June 13, 2021
8:00 AM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Freeport United Soccer Club
 
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Foraging for Wild Edible Plants - Foraging for Wild Edible Plants
This course will introduce you to the basics of gathering and eating wild plants in a sustainable way in order for you to feel a deeper connection to your landscape and to offer you a wealth of vitamins and nutrients that are lacking from cultivated crops. We will discuss safety tips and useful equipment, as well as what to look for in different habitats and seasons. General guidance on how to navigate the literature on foraging will be presented. We can cover at least a couple dozen species and perhaps more if time permits.
 
Monday June 14, 2021
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Maine Summer Baseball League - Summer Baseball League
 
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM    8th Grade Promotion Ceremony
 
3:45 PM - 5:15 PM    HERO Boys Run Club
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Pickleball in Pownal - Pickleball Spring 2021
Come drop-in for some Pickleball action, get some great exercise, and have some fun! All levels and abilities are welcome. This season will look a little different from others. If you would like to rent a paddle for the season, you may rent one of ours, but if you would like to purchase your own, we encourage you to do so. We will not be collecting fees at the door. You must register for the whole season, no matter how many weeks you attend.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Falcon Fusion Summer Track & Field - Falcon Fusion Summer Track & Field
Join us this summer for this great sport that has something to offer every young athlete. Falcon Fusion promises to be a great deal of fun, will develop an appreciation for the sport, and build team and individual skills. Uniform tops are provided. Sibling discounts are available.Dates: Mondays & Tuesdays, June 14 2021-August (TBD)Time: 6:00-7:30pmLocation: FHS Track and FieldFee: $125Volunteers are critical to the success of this program. Please email cp@rsu5.org to help out!Please complete the linked form once per child for all RSU5 Community Programs Summer Camps he or she will attend this this year. If you add another week of camp later, you don't need to fill out the forms again.Summer Camp Registration Form
 
Tuesday June 15, 2021
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    FHS Wood Bat Baseball
 
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    DCS Art Enrichment
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Girls on the Run
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Falcon Fusion Summer Track & Field - Falcon Fusion Summer Track & Field
Join us this summer for this great sport that has something to offer every young athlete. Falcon Fusion promises to be a great deal of fun, will develop an appreciation for the sport, and build team and individual skills. Uniform tops are provided. Sibling discounts are available.Dates: Mondays & Tuesdays, June 14 2021-August (TBD)Time: 6:00-7:30pmLocation: FHS Track and FieldFee: $125Volunteers are critical to the success of this program. Please email cp@rsu5.org to help out!Please complete the linked form once per child for all RSU5 Community Programs Summer Camps he or she will attend this this year. If you add another week of camp later, you don't need to fill out the forms again.Summer Camp Registration Form
 
Wednesday June 16, 2021
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Maine Summer Baseball League - Summer Baseball League
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Falcon Cheer Clinics - Cheer 101 & 102 - Late Spring
This is the perfect introductory level program for cheerleaders wanting to brush up/perfect basic skills or athletes that have never cheered before.  This class will focus on cheer skills: proper stunting and tumbling techniques, jumping, motions and conditioning. Led by Freeport High Schools Varsity Cheer Coach and Junior Coaches, Cheer 101 for 1st through 5th graders. Cheer 102 for 6th through 8th graders.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Durham Youth Baseball