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BRIGHT IDEAS ART
with Hope Gould, Franklin County Adult Education
In this course you’ll learn to light up your art or poetry. You can create cards, ornaments and more using simple circuits. We’ll go over how to build the circuit and some basic safety before you start creating. Bring in art you’d like to light up, or printed pictures you’d like to use. We’ll use small LED Lights and Copper Tape to make our creations shine. Paper, copper tape and lights will be provided.
INTRO TO SEWING WORKSHOP
with THERESE PINETTE, Franklin County Adult Education
If you are interested in sewing and need help getting started, then this workshop is for you. We will cover the basics and help you understand more about sewing while having fun. Over the course of 4 weeks we will make pillowcases, a shopping bag and a cosmetic bag. Please bring a working sewing machine, scissors, straight pins, measuring tape and 1 yard of 44” cotton material.
Law Mountain Wreaths N’ Bakery
Location:218 Pond Road, Wilton
BENEFITS OF A WHOLE FOOD PLANT BASED DIET
with Lori Ireland, Franklin County Adult Education
Learn the truth about our food! Learn how it can help obesity, reverse some chronic diseases, help provide more energy, and enhance your mental clarity.
Location: MBC Room 121
Material Fee: $10 to be paid to instructor
CASAS 4/8/20 4 PM
with Lisa Merlin, Sanford Community Adult Education
Register today for the CASAS Assessment session. It’s FREE!
Are you interested in any of the following?
- High School Diploma
- High School Equivalency (HiSET)
- Maine College and Career Access
- ELL (English Language Learner)
Whatever your need, Sanford Community Adult Education is here to help you accomplish your educational goals!
We start with a FREE Math and Reading Assessment (and short Essay)
This must be taken BEFORE you register for classes.
The scores from the CASAS are used to guide your placement into courses at the level that is perfect for you.
All tests are held at Sanford Community Adult Education (Anderson Learning Center) Room 143 at 21 Bradeen Street, Sanford, Maine.
Better Living Series Module 3: Learn How You Can Be The Best YOU! W20
with Linda Davis, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education
This course will assist students to develop the skills necessary to be successful in their life and careers. The class will cover topics in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. The class will be offered in three modules. Students may take one or all three modules. Each module will meet once a week for five sessions and is independent of the other modules. This allows students to take one or more of the modules over the course of the semester. Each completed module earns a student one-third credit towards a high school diploma. Community members are always welcome and encouraged. No class Feb. 17, and Apr. 20.
INTRO TO ZUMBA
Interested in trying out a Zumba Fitness class but worried you’ll be lost in a sea of confusing dance steps? This 30 minute class will break down the steps. We’ll take it at a slower pace as you learn how to “single-single-double,” cha-cha, cumbia, and more. All ages are welcomed. (Children ages 8-12 are free) Bring a clean pair of sneakers, a water bottle, and a willingness to have fun!
Location: Renovation CrossFit, 25 Cedar Street, Livermore Falls
Fee: $50 Pay instructor on 1st night
SO YOU WANT TO “BEE” A MAINE BEEKEEPER
with Lynn Washburn Lamb, Franklin County Adult Education
Participants in this 5-week introductory beekeeping course will learn about: the honey bee colony and its castes, construction of wooden bee hives, Maine seasonal management, identification and control of parasites. Through the Western Maine Beekeepers Association, students will also have the opportunity to visit local hives for observation and hands-on experience. Beekeepers Veil required to attend an Open Hive.
Materials: Optional textbook $25, includes printed materials, and a 2020 membership in the Western Maine Beekeepers Association.
A reduced fee of $40 applies to one of a pair of students who choose to share the text and materials ($80/pair)
SELF DEFENSE COURSE FOR WOMEN
with UMF, Franklin County Adult Education
The objective of this course is to develop and enhance the options of self-defense, so they may become viable considerations to the woman who is attacked. Through risk reduction education and hands on practice, participants will learn to gain confidence in self-preservation. This course is resisted to anyone that identifies as female. Those under 18 must attend with a guardian. Advanced registration is required through the UMF Fitness and Recreation Center, 152 Quebec Street, Farmington, 207-778-7495