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The Easy to Learn iPad Class! 3.13.24
with Michael Wilson, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education
Take this fun and informative iPad class! We will explore the practical uses of your iPad and how to use the features! You will learn how to navigate, use apps, work with e-mail, take pictures, go online, and do more as time permits. Your patient instructor’s iPad screen and features will be clearly displayed over Zoom. 4-5 star ratings from 1000s of older adults! Not for Android tablet users.
with Kathryn Pulsifer, Region 9 Adult & Community Education
Spend an evening making cards to send out for spring events. Gather a friend or two and bring them along to share in the fun. In a few hours, you will leave this class with 12 cards-2 each of 6 designs. Have all the cards you need for any Spring or Easter occasions or give them away as gifts.
Date: March 13 (Snow Date: March 20)
Time: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Cookie Decorating w/ Baked by Cam
with Casey Marsh, Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education
Come learn how to decorate sugar cookies with me! Because of the demand and popularity of the decorated sugar cookies I have decided to teach a beginners class on how to decorate. I will provide 6 cookies and royal icing for decorating. Each month will have a different theme that I have preplanned. This is a beginners class so everyone is welcome! Check out my website at bakedbycam.com
Instructor: Casey Marsh - Casey fell in love with baking years ago while baking annual Christmas cookies with her mother and grandmother. She has always been a creative and artistic person (who also LOVES to feed people) so it only made sense that she start a business doing just that! She is a fully licensed home baker. She completed the baking and pastry associates program at York County Community College, but the majority of her skills are self taught.
Money Matters: The Basics
with Dan Rayner, RSU 24 Adult Education
Financial literacy knowledge is essential in meeting the economic demands & challenges we face today. Our discussion will revolve around budgeting, saving, spending, and other related topics. Regardless of your age, education, income, occupation or direction of interest, you should have some financial knowledge to help you along the way. Practical tips, suggestions and resources will be shared.
Concealed Carry & Home Protection Fundamentals
with Alice Bean Andrenyak, Midcoast Adult & Community Education
Over two classes in a safe environment, you will learn the mindset and skills to protect yourself and those that you care about with and without a firearm. You will learn or review the basics of handling a firearm and then about self-defense not using a firearm. Learn the difference between accurate target shooting and defensive shooting. You will learn about concealed carry rules and safety. You will learn how your body will react to stress in an immediate response situation. Practice will be inside the classroom using SIRT pistols (laser-only shooting pistols) but you will be seriously challenged. Holsters and special clothing will be used. A $35 textbook is included. No firearms are to be brought to class. This course meets concealed carry permit application requirements.
German for Beginners
with Josefine Glauder, Merrymeeting Community & Adult Education
Learn conversational German in this 10-week course for beginners! Taught by Josefine Glauder, a Language teacher at Mt. Ararat High School, Josefine is a native German speaker who has lived in the US for many years. Join us for this exciting new class! Habt einen tollen Kurs! Have a great class! *No Class: 4/17.
Grow a Better Vegetable Garden; 3. Composting
with Barbara Murphy, MSAD#44 Adult & Continuing Ed
Do you want to learn how to grow a vegetable garden? Already have a vegetable garden but want to make it better? Join Barbara Murphy, Master Gardener for one or all of the eight series she will be teaching this spring!
Gardening is composed of many tasks repeated seasonally or more frequently. In this course we will discuss the big topics that will help all vegetable gardens from beginner to well-established thrive.
This third session: Composting will cover the importance that a good compost can play as a key role in your garden's success! However, creating "black gold" is challenging. Thank goodness there are many ways to achieve a good result. Barbara Murphy is incredibly knowledgeable and energetic when it comes to compost. You will be too after this class!
This class is one in a series of eight different topics that will be covered before it's time to dig in to the soil. Take one, or take all of them! Registration for each is separate.
Instructor: Barbara Murphy
When: Wednesday, March 13th
Time: 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Where: Telstar High School
Luscious Lemon Night - Portuguese Tartlets
with Deb Arter, Boothbay Region Adult & Community Education
Luscious Lemon Night Celebrate spring in Maine! In this 3 hours class we will refresh our palette by making Lemon Portuguese Tartlets, Lemon Poppy seed Scones and Easy Lemon Bars! No experience required. Debra has been teaching adult baking classes for nearly a decade. You are sure to have fun and not leave with a sour face. Bring tubs to take home baked goods you can resist eating!