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Router Basics (Thursday)
with Rick Gallion, MSAD #40 Adult Education
The Router is the second most important power tool in any shop. It is also the most versatile. Learn the basic techniques of using this tool, some of the shop made jigs that make it do more, and what to look for when purchasing a router. No materials needed
Router Basics (Thursdays)
with Rick Gallion, Central Lincoln County Adult Education
The Router is the second most important power tool in any shop. It is also the most versatile. Learn the basic techniques of using this tool, some of the shop made jigs that make it do more, and what to look for when purchasing a router. No materials needed.
Instructor Rick Gallion has been a professional woodworker for over thirty years and has taught many students the craft of woodworking. His shop is designed as a teaching facility. All classes will be held at the Clary Lake Woodworking School at 777 Gardiner Road (Hwy 126), Jefferson. Class size is limited. Safety glasses provided for each class.
Sahaja Yoga Meditation
with Archana Mayfield, Windham/Raymond Adult Education
Sahaja Yoga is a unique method of meditation developed by H.H.Mataji Nirmala Devi (1923-2011). Through this process, one becomes balanced and integrated mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. In this class you will learn chakra clearing techniques using natural elements and affirmations that will deepen the meditation experience. Sahaja Yoga does not require physical exercise and no previous experience is necessary. Archana has been practicing since her childhood and has 30 years experience. She voluntarily shares Sahaja Yoga.
Instructor: Archana Mayfield
Thursdays, 10/8 - 10/29, 6:00 - 7:15 PM
Worm Composting for Beginners F20
with Jock Robie, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education
Come and learn how to construct, set up, and maintain a worm bin to compost kitchen vegetable waste in order to recycle it as plant food. Join Jock Robie as he discusses the harvesting of worm castings and vermicompost for gardening and houseplants as well as “worm tea”! Each student will set up their own worm bin with worms to take home. All materials and worms are supplied at no extra charge. Jock Robie has over eight years of practical experience designing, building, and using worm bins to compost kitchen waste. He feeds his 40 worm bins close to 35 pounds per week of kitchen scraps. He has also just received the 2019 Ecomaine Eco-Excellence Award in the Business Category for leading the charge in reducing landfill waste and increasing recycling in our communities. Visit Jock’s blog at mainelywormbins.blogspot.com for more information about worm composting. Limit 5 students.
DUE TO COVID REGULATIONS WE ARE UNSURE IF ALL CLASSES WILL RUN. PLEASE PUT YOUR NAME ON CLASS WAIT LISTS. ONCE WE KNOW WE ARE ABLE TO RUN THE CLASS WE WILL CONTACT YOU TO REGISTER.
with Lisa Sweet, Windham/Raymond Adult Education
In this workshop, you will learn the basic components for building a budget. We will discuss money tracking, goal setting, and how having a sense of your overall financial situation can assist you in the process of building a budget.
Instructor: Lisa Sweet
Thursday, 10/8, 6:30 - 7:30 PM
with Christine Smith, Sanford Community Adult Education
This class will be held onsite, face-to-face.
The squares in the bottom of this basket remind me of windows with lots of panes. It is a large, shallow basket with a sturdy handle. It measures 15” square. Materials fee of $25 (cash please) is payable to the instructor at class.
Bicycle Mechanics 101: Caring for Your Radical Bicycle via ZOOM F20
with Erik daSilva, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education
This class will be taught remotely using Zoom and will be a virtual “hands-on” class! With your bicycle and any mini/pocket tools you might have handy we’ll discuss the ABC Quick Check, the types and operation of tools and materials for roadside repair, and post-ride/off-season bicycle maintenance. We’ll also learn how to fix a flat using repair kits as well as how to use common household items and recycled materials. Limit of 15 students.
with Martin Swinger, Maranacook Adult Education
Do you have imaginative ideas to share that might be said in a song? Would you like to make your personal stories sing? Through inspiring writing prompts, inventive exercises, and enjoyable writing 'games', Martin Swinger engages participants in the beginning steps of turning original ideas into songs. In a safe and positive community, you'll have fun expressing ideas while building songwriting skills. Anyone can learn and succeed at their own pace and level - no experience necessary, though experienced writers are welcome. Classes will be held on Zoom, so computer access is a must. Be willing to write in-the-moment and share ideas. Be prepared with a notebook and your favorite pen.
Limit: 10 students.
Instructor: Martin Swinger, Songwriting, performance and vocal coach
7 Thursdays, 7-8:30 pm
Begins: October 8, 2020
"Martin Swinger is one of those rare singer-songwriters who excels at everything: singing, songwriting, guitar-playing, and being so present with his humor, tenderness, and wild mind that his performances are also deep conversations, soul to soul and heart to heart, about the quirks, surprises, and love that brings us most alive. His songs, ranging from the little plastic parts that hold the world together, to what enlightenment comes from Buddha and Betty Boop falling in love, are whimsically and wisely original and enduring."
-Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, Kansas Poet Laureate Emeritus