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By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  January 20, 2010

• Baylight Homeopathy | Admission process: Registration | Duration: One-year first-aid course, or four-year practitioner certificate course | Tuition: $1200-1665/year | Meadow Wind Center, Memorial Hall, 100 Gray Rd., Falmouth | 207.774.4244 | BaylightHomeopathy.com

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Want to whet your learning appetite without such intense time or financial commitments? There are myriad options at MAINE COLLEGE OF ART (through its Continuing Studies program) or PORTLAND ADULT EDUCATION; the natural, physical, and intellectual worlds are all explored through their on-going courses. And we highlighted several shorter-term, less-intensive dance, acting, and cooking classes in our 2009 holiday gift guide (see "Give and Learn," by Deirdre Fulton, December 11, 2009).

Deirdre Fulton is always striving to over-fill her brain. She can be reached at dfulton@phx.com.

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