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Essential Oils 101
with Mary Alderman, RSU#12 Adult Education
Is your current approach to health not working? Are you tired of using chemical concoctions for literally every thing? Are you confused by all the natural options? Do you want more energy to do the things you love without the side effects of stimulants? Come and learn some of the basics about essential oils. We can answer any questions you might have and introduce you to some of the most popular oils and how to use them.
Fabric Block Printing 201
with Hayley Gray, Marshwood Adult & Community Education
(Fabric Block Printing 101 required)
In this class we will focus of pattern and design themes. Instruction will explore multi layered and multi colored ink applications. Students will once again go home with an understanding of pattern design and the stamps/fabric they have created. Come join the fun and create a one of a kind fabric!
*Materials Fee: $15 due to instructor
(The print catalog is in error and lists the course at $25 with materials included - Please note we have dropped the price of the course to $15 with a $15 material fee due to instructor at class)
Please do not hesitate to contact Marshwood Adult & Community Ed at 207.384.5703 with any questions!
Fruit Tree Cultivation-Session 2
with Ann Sargent, Ellsworth Adult Education
In this two-session series on growing fruit trees, we will focus on organic methods to help gardeners and homesteaders establish and maintain healthy fruit trees for home fruit production. Session 1 and Session 2 are stand alone classes, you may take either or both.
In Session 2, we will discuss organic methods of insect and disease management in order to produce quality fruit, as well as how to best manage fruit trees as they get older and larger.
Makeup class (if needed) 04/01/20.
Goat Milk Soap Making
with Heather Emerson, Central Lincoln County Adult Education
Participants will make a batch of hot press goat milk soap using a variety of molds and having many scents and extra add-ins to choose from. Each person will come out of the class with 4-8 soaps, depending on choice of mold, as well as the recipe and know-how of how to make future batches at home.
Each student will need to bring a dedicated crock pot and submersion blender/hand mixer to class that night. All molds, scents and soap materials will be provided by instructor. Soaps will be ready for pick up the following week, due to curing time.
Heather Emerson is a co-owner of Emerson Homestead in Waldoboro, and has a menagerie of goats and poultry. Emerson Homestead makes and sells handcrafted soaps, lotions, scrubs and soy candles, as well as a number of home decorative items.
HEARTSAVER CPR/AED FOR ADULTS, CHILDREN, AND INFANTS
with Kenneth Martin, Augusta Adult and Community Education
Ladies Paint Night III
with Lynn Driscoll, Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education
Gather a group of your friends and come relax and enjoy creating a painting of your own by adding some color to your winter days!@!! I will provide a pre-drawn sketch that will inspire you to paint. Throughout the evening I will demonstrate step by step until you have completed a piece of art of your own. It will be matted and ready to hang on you wall at home this class is a don’t miss! Perfect for a ladies night out!
Level 2: The Half Apron
with Nancy O'Connell, Sanford Community Adult Education
Love to wear aprons to protect your clothing from spills and stains. This half apron is great beginner project with big impact. Your choice of fabric reflects your bright personality. Bring one yard of quality cotton quilting fabric of your choice, sewing machine, and sewing supplies.