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Registration now open for the 2020-2021 Twirling Season!

CURRENT MEMBERS

This page provides class policies, schedules and updates for our current Capital City Twirlers, River City Twirlers, Main-E-ettes and Main-E-Acts.

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Interested in trying twirling? Looking for performers for your next festival or event? Contact us for additional information and performance requests.

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OUR STORY

The Central Maine Twirling Corps was established in 2009, and evolved out of the well-known and long-running baton twirling program, the World of Twirl.

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OUR TEAMS

Learning, growing and performing–
together we twirl

The Central Maine Twirling Corps includes the Main-E-Act Team, Main-E-ette Teams, and recreational River City Twirlers of Bangor and Capital City Twirlers of Augusta. Learn more about who we are and what we do.

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STAY HEALTHY

Tips to stay healthy for baton twirlers

Our Main-E-Acts used their twirling and public health knowledge to share some helpful tips for staying healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Like Newsies, we take care of one another. As the Newsies say, “One for all and all for one!”

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What is it like to be a twirler?

OUR CLASSES

Become a twirling athlete today!

The Central Maine Twirling Corps offers baton twirling classes for children ages 4-22 of all levels and abilities. Twirling classes are offered throughout the school year.

BANGOR AREA

We are proud to offer baton twirling as a program of the Bangor Parks and Recreation Department. Classes are held on Tuesdays at the Bangor Parks and Recreation Center.

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AUGUSTA AREA

We are proud to offer baton twirling as a program of the Augusta Recreation Department. Classes are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Buker Center.

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CLASSES AND COSTS

Class length, frequency and cost is determined by twirler’s age, experience, and level of involvement in the program.
 

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Our Mission

Through participating in the art and sport of baton twirling, your athlete will acquire qualities and skills that will stay with him or her long after the baton is put away: confidence, self esteem, sportsmanship, teamwork, dedication, self motivation, hand and eye coordination and physical fitness!