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Malaga Island Historical Sea Kayak and Walk

$150

with Alice Bean Andrenyak, Merrymeeting Community & Adult Education

Calendar Jun 4, 2024 at 8 am, runs for 1 week

Paddle 1.5 miles by sea kayak after an orientation and safety briefing with Master Maine Guide, Alice in her provided kayaks. Learn about the late Civil War mixed-race community and their eviction in 1912 by the state of Maine. Learn the prehistory of the island and its current use by walking the trails on the island stopping to learn about the different sites on the island. No buildings remain. You'll have a chance to eat the snacks/lunch that you brought at the southern end of the island. Afterwards we'll paddle back to our start. You must be able to walk unaided on uneven trails. Five hour trip meets at 8:15am in Cundy's Harbor (parking is about 1/2 mile away) and returns about 1:15pm. Weather conditions unsafe for paddling will cancel the trip. June 4, 2024.

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Seadogs game & buffet

$37

with Christopher Chessie, Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education

Calendar Jun 5, 2024 at 4 pm

Let our Adult Ed program make the arrangements for the tickets, transportation, food and parking, so you can enjoy a baseball game watching the future stars of the Boston Red Sox. Seats are in the Gifford’s Home Maine Ice Cream pavilion located in right-field. Modeled after the iconic “Monster Seats” at Fenway Park, the Pavilion offers some of the most unique seats in Minor League Baseball.  The Portland Sea Dogs are the double-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. The Sea Dogs will be playing the Akron Rubber Ducks (Cleveland Guardians affiliate) with a start time of 7:00pm. Book your nine inning vacation as soon as possible, we have only the capacity of 8 fans for this trip.

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with Dianna White, Franklin County Adult Education

Calendar Jun 5, 2024 at 5:30 pm

Whether you're starting Medicare soon or looking to understand what you have. My goal is to help you understand your options and to feel confident choosing coverage based on your needs. I will provide you with a free educational guide and resources. 

DATES: March 6, April 3, May 8 and June 5

Time: 5:30 - 7:30pm

Lighthouse Lovers Cruise at the Maine Maritime Museum

$180

with Steve McGrath, York Adult Education

Calendar Jun 6, 2024 at 6 pm
1 additional session on Aug 8, 2024

In the first live online class, we'll start by learning camera settings, aperture, shutter, ISO, white balance and other compositional techniques critical to lighthouse photography. The following Saturday, during the Cruise, we’ll focus on photographing the wildlife and lighthouses, sharing techniques and approaches. Finally, we’ll meet online the following week to share, learn and critique our images. Limited to 15 students. This workshop is for beginner and intermediate photographers.

10 Lighthouses in 4 hours

NOTE: UPDATED CLASS DATES (updated on 3/14)

Online Class: June 6 from 6-8:00pm

On the Cruise: June 8 at 9:00am

Online Critique Class: June 11 from 6-8:00

Summer Session:

Online Aug 8  7:30-9:00

Aug 10 On the Cruise at the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath ME at 3:00

Online Critique Class Aug15 from 7:30-9:00

Instructor: Steve McGrath

Lighthouse Lovers Cruise at the Maine Maritime Museum

$180

with Steve McGrath, Kittery Adult Education

Calendar Jun 6, 2024 at 6 pm

IMPORTANT: NEW DATES

This class is online and a field trip

This is an online class over ZOOM.

10 Lighthouses in 4 hours 

Thursday, June 6 – online – 6-8pm

Saturday, June 8 - on the Cruise in Bath ME 9 am *you are responsible for your own arrangements/cost once time has been agreed upon in class

Tuesday, June 11- online – 6-8pm

Registration Fee: $180

Wild Food Foraging walk

$45

with David Spahr, MSAD 11 Gardiner Area Adult & Community Education (adulted@msad11.org) 207-582-3774

Calendar Jun 8, 2024 at 10 am
1 additional session on Sep 14, 2024

This two-hour course will include walking in the woods to find edible wild food along with detailed descriptions of plant habitat and structure of the plants. Bring: Notebook and pen, basket, mesh or other bags, wax or brown paper bags, knife, bug repellent and hat, water or other refreshment and a snack, gloves, waterproof boots (preferred), tall socks you can tuck your pant legs. Optional: gps, backpack, field guide, magnifying glass

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Beginners Stand Up PaddleBoard Yoga

$56

with Cheryl Mazanec, Kittery Adult Education

Calendar Jun 12, 2024 at 5 pm
2 additional sessions through Aug 13, 2024

Bring your Yoga practice outdoors, connect with nature, and try something new!  We will review basic paddle techniques and safety instructions prior to anchoring down for a 60 minute relaxing SUP Yoga Class.  No Experience Necessary. You must be able to Swim. Cheryl is a 500 RYT Yoga Instructor and Maine Registered Guide. She is an Occupational Therapist, Nutritionist, Life Coach, Snowboard Instructor and Owner of a small Kittery Based Business, Tides of Life SUP Yoga. Paddleboard, Anchor, PDF Life Vest, and a Paddle are provided. Bring to Class: Arrive in clothing that can get wet and are comfortable to move in. Limited to 7. Class Meets at Cutts Island Trail/Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge at 3 Seapoint Road in Kittery Point, Maine. Parking along side of road.

Wednesday, June 12, 5-6:30pm or

Thursday, June 27, 4:45-6:15pm or

Tuesday, August. 13, 5-6:30pm or

Registration Fee: $56

Beginners Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga

$56

with Cheryl Mazanec, Marshwood Adult & Community Education

Calendar Jun 12, 2024 at 5 pm, runs for 1 week
2 additional sessions through Aug 13, 2024

Bring your Yoga practice outdoors, connect with nature, and try something new!  We will review basic paddle techniques and safety instructions prior to anchoring down. No Experience Necessary. You must be able to Swim. Cheryl is a 500 RYT Yoga Instructor and Maine Registered Guide. Paddleboard, Anchor, PDF Life Vest, and a Paddle are provided. Bring to Class: Arrive in clothing that can get wet and are comfortable to move in. Class Meets at Cutts Island Trail/Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge at 3 Seapoint Road in Kittery Point, Maine. Parking along side of road.





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