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3D Resin & Ink Suncatchers
with Tara Finlay, Sanford Community Adult Education
We're breaking out of the framed version and into a mold to allow both sides of these stunning resin and ink creations to be visible. Learn to mix and pour 2-part resin, and what special inks to use to create the 3D effect. Learn what is different about making resin ink art in a mold vs in a frame, and learn what to look for and what to avoid in choosing molds for resin. Your piece will have to cure at least overnight and you will be told in class when you can pick it up. A $30 materials is fee payable to instructor the night of class.
A holistic approach to gastrointestinal issues and gut health: Testing and Treatment
with Miranda LaBant, Kittery Adult Education
If you are suffering from ongoing gastrointestinal issues, please join Dr. LaBant as she discusses her approach to chronic gut issues, testing, treatment, and why gut health is so important! Topics will include an overview of digestive health, the role of the microbiome, specific conditions such as IBS, leaky gut, SIBO, celiac disease, food intolerances, and much more! Miranda is a naturopathic physician who practices integrative medicine at Sante Center for Natural Healing, Hampton, NH.
Tuesday, Sept. 24, 6-7:30 p.m., 1 session
Course Fee: $12
A Library of Hand Bound Books
with Gayle Fitzpatrick, Kittery Adult Education
In this class, students will create five/six book structures: a simple pamphlet book, a Japanese Stab Bound book, a basic Codex, a hard cover accordion book, a hard cover book with signatures sewn on tapes, and flutter books. Class will focus on the techniques, structures, tools, materials and processes.
Tuesday, Sept. 10- Oct. 1, 6:30-8 p.m., 4 sessions
Course Fee: $44
Material Fee: $8, payable to instructor at class
A to Z Grant Writing
with ed 2go, Kittery Adult Education
A to Z Grant Writing is an invigorating and informative course that will equip you with the skills and tools you need to enter the exciting field of grant writing! You'll learn how to raise needed funds by discovering how and where to look for potential funders who are a good match for your organization. You'll also learn how to network and develop true partnerships with a variety of funders, how to organize a successful grant writing campaign, and how to put together a complete proposal package.
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A Wave of Study - Why We Care About the Ocean F19
with Arlene Toulouse, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education
The ocean is the defining feature of our planet. We will be studying the ocean’s influence on us, and how we influence the ocean. The course includes additional related topics, such as recycling and other topics relating to our planet. There will be one Friday field trip requirement for high school credit in this course. Limit 10 students. No class Oct. 14 and Nov. 11.
A's, B's, C's, and D's of Medicare
with Alan Minthorn, York Adult & Community Education
This course provides a thorough overview of how to transition into senior health insurance (Medicare). Items covered: SSA forms; the “parts” of Medicare; timelines - how and when to apply; avoiding penalties and pitfalls; how to shop for plans.
ABCs of Medicare Messalonskee F19
with Anita Wiley, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education
This one-session workshop will help you understand Medicare, how and when to apply, and private plan options available to eligible beneficiaries. Please pre-register by Thursday, Sept. 12. Limit 20 students.