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Master the Possibilities is a not-for-profit lifelong learning center in Circle Square Commons Town Center. Our nationally-recognized educational program provides hundreds of courses throughout the year to active adults in the surrounding region. Our dedicated and experienced faculty design learning experiences that stimulate and engage students to pursue their interests and passions.

Areas of interest include:



Lucy Beebe Tobias
Fifty Great Walks with Lucy
August 12, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

See the catalog for fees and room locations.





New summer classes begin June 1.
Click here for new Summer Catalog.

Master the Possibilities Summer Catalog

  • More than 300 classes
  • Florida history and government classes
  • Six sunshine state movie classes
  • Classic Florida book discussions
  • A taste of Florida art, music and food
  • Nine Learn & Go lectures and tours
  • Florida science – manatees, springs and astronomy
  • Health tips for the Florida environment
  • And much, much more!


Self-Care Options for Pain Relief with Ortho-Bionomy- August 10, 11 a.m.- 12 p.m.
Developed by a British osteopath, Ortho-Bionomy is a healthcare modality that uses comfortable positioning and gentle movement to address aches and pains, tight, stiff joints, and limited mobility. Discover simple positions and gentle movements your body can use to relieve pain, increase flexibility, and restore comfort. No matter what your age or condition, you can find ways to ease discomfort and increase well-being with Ortho-Bionomy Self Care. Residents: FREE, Non-Residents: $5.

Florida History: The Civil War through the 1870s- August 14, 1-3 p.m.
The Civil War had a tremendous impact on American society. Just what sort of role did it play in Florida, though? The Sunshine State was a very different place circa 1861, but at the same time, many Secession Era issues are similar to what is debated today. From military conscription to state's rights, Confederate Florida was a complicated place. Reconstruction made things even murkier, causing new problems after it solved old ones. Discover a very different side of our state; one that instills pride and revulsion to this very day. Residents: FREE, Non-Residents: $5.



We have a NEW online evaluation form to help us get some feedback on our programming! Please take a minute to let us know how we're doing. Click the link below to start the survey.

MTP Program Survey

If you would like to evaluate an individual class, please click the link below to start the survey.

Master the Possibilities Individual Class survey

In the News

Master the Possibilities Receives National Recognition
Master the Possibilities Center for Lifelong Learning has been identified as a national model for adult education. The Center was recognized by Retire Magazine (2012) and Where to Retire (2014) Magazines as a “stunning success” with “cutting edge programming.”

Read the recent Ocala Star Banner article on Master the Possibilities: Lifelong learning through Master the Possibilities at On Top of the World

Ocala Good Life Magazine features Master the Possibilities

Special Program

Take Charge of Your Type-2 Diabetes
The University of Florida/IFAS Extension in Marion County is offering an educational program to help adults with type 2 diabetes control their blood glucose to feel better and reduce risk of health complications. The program will include 9 classes taught by a team of qualified educators and health professionals. Class topics will include information on the types of diabetes, blood glucose monitoring, standards of medical care, medications, cardiovascular disease, nutrition management, carbohydrate counting, physical activity, sick day management, and foot care. Three health assessments (weight and blood pressure measurements) are included. The $45 program fee includes the educational classes, program materials and health assessments. You can bring a support person for free. The program starts August 12 in the morning, to register and or more information, please call 352-861-9751.