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Message Circle with Jeannie Sullivan


with Jeannie Sullivan, Merrymeeting Adult Education

Calendar May 4, 2023 at 5 pm, runs for 1 week
3 additional sessions through Jun 15, 2023

In this setting you will receive psychic intuitive readings where you will hear from either loved ones, Spirit Guides, and those who are of the Spirit Realm wishing to speak to you. Instructor: Jeannie Sullivan

Substitute Teacher Training - May


with Sue Brennan, Region 9 Adult Education

Calendar May 4, 2023 at 5 pm

Local schools are always looking for substitute teachers. Some schools pay up to $120 a day!

Learn classroom management and teaching strategies, how to engage the students, policies and procedures like fire drills, ALICE, bloodborne pathogens, workplace safety, and more! Taught by a trained educator and experienced substitute teacher, this once monthly class can help you help our local schools. Anyone over the age of 18 with a high school diploma can be a Substitute Teacher! 

Best Hairstyles, Glasses & Necklines for Your Face Shape


with Candace Sanborn, Augusta Adult and Community Education

Calendar May 4, 2023 at 5:30 pm

Learn what looks good for your face shape!  In this fun class, you’ll learn your face shape and tips for enhancing your appearance by working with your facial features. We’ll teach you hairstyle dos and don’ts for your face shape as well as glasses, clothing patterns and necklines that look great on you. Come on your own or grab a friend and learn some great tips that will help you look your best!

Held in-person and on-site at AACE:

Thursday, May 4th, 2023 from 530-8P

Brief Instructor Bio: Candace is a personal image consultant and owner of Radiant Image in Auburn. Providing guidance on clothing and make-up colors, as well as clothing styles for multitude of skin tones, body proportions and face shape. Her mission is to enhance self-confidence through style discovery, resulting in positive energy.

Family Zentangle Night


with Patricia Weeks, Noble Adult & Community Education

Calendar May 4, 2023 at 5:30 pm

You've heard of family game nights. Now NACE is bringing you family zentangle nights! Join Patty Weeks in her one-night workshop for parents and kids 8+ and she'll show you the meditative art of zentangle. You don't need to have any drawing experience to tangle, the beauty of zentangle is there is no right or wrong. This is a great class for parents and kids to bond over the that zentangle brings.

Beginners may purchase a beginner’s kit from Patty for $5. 

Cost for the class is $15 for adults, and $5 per child (ages 8-17)

Survival is a Dying Art
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Survival is a Dying Art


with RSU #3 Adult & Community Education

Calendar May 4, 2023 at 5:30 pm, runs for 4 weeks

This course is an introduction to survival.In 4 sessions, students will learn practical survival skills and how to design and construct a fully functioning survival kit. replace survival fiction with survival fact.  Learn the proven methods and technology of survival - that could save your life. 

All About Antiques


with Marilyn Webb, Massabesic Center for Adult Learning

Calendar May 4, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 4 weeks

Interested in learning more about antiques and what to look out for? Marilyn will introduce topics and share her expertise in these areas. Join us for a lively discussion and view her collections. Each week will focus on a different topic: metals, accessories, jewellery, and pottery, glassware, and china.

Hand-Building with Clay - Session VI - PM


with Daisy Hutt, Gorham Adult Education

Calendar May 4, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 5 weeks

This class will be an introduction to hand building and slab construction. We will make both functional and decorative pieces, ranging from cups and vessels to more decorative pieces like wall pockets and planters. We will learn about how to build three dimensional forms and will decorate these works in different ways. We will create different impressions and textures on our pottery and use glazes that will make these textures pop. Materials included. Instructor Daisy Hutt

Session VI, 5 classes, Thursdays, 5/4-6/8 (no class on 6/1 for firing), 6:00pm-8:00pm, Art and Nature Center at Tannery Brook (10 Wentworth Dr.), $99



with Karen Shumac, Franklin County Adult Education

Calendar May 4, 2023 at 6 pm

Don’t have the Ricotta for your lasagna or cheeseake tonite? Want a cheese spread for a snack tray? Don’t have any mozzarella for a a last minute pizza? We can fix that. Using locally sourced milk, the simplest of tools, and minimal effort we will create two different fresh cheeses suitable for use in home recipes. Done and cleaned up in 3 hours or less.

Materials: $20 pay to instructor at 1st class 

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