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Ask a Lawyer: Police Encounters

Free

with Paul Dumas, Region 9 Adult Education

Calendar Mar 26, 2019 at 6 pm

The blue and red lights are flashing behind you.  You are being pulled over. What do you do next?  Learn about your rights in this free legal clinic.

 

Basic Manners for Dogs

$59

with Kelly Pontbriand, RSU 24 Adult Education

Calendar Jan 31, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 5 weeks

Geared towards dogs with minimal training, you will learn how to teach your dog the following commands: sit, down, come, stay, leave it, heel and loose leash walking. Positive motivational training methods will be used. Your dog must be at least 5 months old. Dogs with aggression issues should not be brought to class. Instructor may ask a dog to leave the class if aggression problems occur. Class size limited to 6 dogs. More than one human may accompany their dog.

Vaccination records must be submitted no later than one week prior to class start (fax 207-422-3612). Students should bring a six foot web or leather leash, a flat collar on the dog, and small training treats.

Full Course

Bee Keeping for Beginners

$5

with Mark Reifschneider, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education

Calendar Mar 6, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 4 weeks

This beginner bee keeping class will educate those interested in getting involved with BEES. Some of the discussion will be about assembling bee equipment, installing a nuc, controlling swarming, and dealing with varro mites. Other topics will be how and when to harvest honey, split hives and winterize the bees. *$50, the cost of book and donation to the local bee keeper?s association, given to the instructor on the first night of class.

Will run

Beekeeping for Beginners

$45

with Peter Cowin, RSU 24 Adult Education

Calendar Mar 25, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

This class is designed to stimulate the interest in and answer the questions of those interested in starting beekeeping as a hobby or need help pollinating their crops. Class covers materials needed, where to locate bees? hives, where to buy them, what it costs and how to care for bees so they survive the winter. Learn about the fascinating hobby of beekeeping, pollinate your garden and grow your own honey!

Beekeeping Seminar

$50

with Peter Cowin, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education

Calendar May 18, 2019 at 9 am

Peter Cowin, A.K.A., The Bee Whisperer, will teach a one day class designed for those planning or considering starting to keep honeybees. The class will entail 4 hours in the class room learning basic equipment, husbandry, where to locate hives and how to care for the bees, harvesting your own honey and to get them through their first winter. Weather permitting, students will open hives in the afternoon and see everything alive and buzzing. Protective equipment provided for the day, please come wearing long pants, sleeves and closed toes footwear. A full range of equipment will be available for sale so you can be prepared to order bees and start beekeeping!

Bow Hunter Safety

$5

with Russell Corson, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education

Calendar Mar 4, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

This course is being taught by a trained, certified volunteer instructor accoring to statewide standards. Russell will cover basic knowledge of bow hunting and safety skills. This classroom course consists of 10 hours of classroom instruction. Students must demonstrate to the instructor that they can safely handle a bow, participate in activities, bring in a survival kit with appropriate contents and pass a 50 question test with a grade of at least 70%. Textbook used: Today?s Bow Hunter

Career Planning Apr. 2

Free

with Serena Williams, Region 9 Adult Education

Calendar Apr 2, 2019 at 5 pm

Each participant will complete the  World of Work Inventory. This assessment helps individuals evaluate what is important in their future work.  During the workshop, discussion will focus on how the information relates to career choices.  Labor statistics and alternatives to traditional college will also be discussed.

 

Career Planning Mar. 20

Free

with Josee Castonguay, Region 9 Adult Education

Calendar Feb 20, 2019 at 1 pm

Each participant will complete the  World of Work Inventory. This assessment helps individuals evaluate what is important in their future work.  During the workshop, discussion will focus on how the information relates to career choices.  Labor statistics and alternatives to traditional college will also be discussed.

 





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