Filter by Category
Health & Wellness
Essential Oils 101 ... And Then Some
with Joanna Wilhelm, Spruce Mountain Adult Education
Learn about essential oils, how they are made, and all the ways they can be used - from making our houses smell good to replacing health and beauty products to supporting our physical and emotional health. And you will get to make a couple of goodies too, and get the recipes to make more!
Class will be on Thursday, October 17th, from 6 - 8 pm.
Everyday Medicinal Herbs/Plants
with Cindy Simon, Sanford Community Adult Education
Learn about the medicinal uses of everyday herbs and plants. Discuss healing properties of herbs used in tea, plants and herbs you grow and use for cooking and learn specific uses of herbs. Learn how to make elderberry syrup and chaga mushroom broth/tea (huge immune system boosters). Discover plant and herbal remedies that can help fight depression, anxiety, prevent illness, help you heal faster, reduce pain, boost energy and help you live longer.
with Anna Mason, Mid-Coast School of Technology Adult Education
A current hospice nurse shares the layers of care and expectation surrounding hospice. Q&A is welcome, and you’ll discover the philosophy of hospice care, and what exactly it is? Why do we want it? When is it appropriate to start the hospice discussion, what services are provided, how do you choose home vs in-patient care? Are you ready to have the hospice conversation? What do you want at the end of life?
Hot Press Goat Milk Soap Making
with Heather Emerson, RSU#12 Adult Education
Goat milk soap has amazing health benefits, it is very high invitamin A, which is a necessary vitamin to repair skin and to keep it healthy. It contains alpha hydoxy which helps tremove dead skin cells. What a great gift to yourself or someone else.
Students will make a full batch of goat milk soap, in the scent of their choice (instructor will supply scents, soap, ingrediants and molds) Students must bring their own dedicated 1.5 gallon crockpot and dedicated submersion blender of electric mixer, both of these are great finds at flea markets or yard sales!
Human Anatomy & Physiology
with ed 2go, Kittery Adult Education
This six-week online course begins with an explanation of the nature of matter and a review of the principles of chemistry that are important to human physiology. We'll place an emphasis on the organization of the human body and the differences between nonliving matter and living organisms. We'll also cover cell anatomy and physiology because all life processes are ultimately carried out at the cellular level. You'll also learn principles of genetics and gain an understanding of how traits are passed from one generation to the next.
To register or for more details visit:
Lakers Track Club-Boys & Girls Ages 6-15
with Mark Dennett, Maranacook Adult Education
Track is a wonderful opportunity to meet a lot of new people, get physically fit, and build character, all while having lots of fun. All that is required for practice is a pair of running shoes, athletic clothing, and a water bottle. Instructors: Mark Dennett, Maranacook Track Coach, Current and Former Maranacook Community High School Track & Field Athletes (Mark has over 12 years coaching experience)
Dates: June 24-August 10, 2019
Mondays and Tuesdays, 5-6:30 pm
Track meets: Thursdays, 10 am (optional)
Registration: $55 (includes a T-Shirt) plus $2 entry fee for each track meet (optional)
Location: Maranacook Community High School Track Field
Leavitt Youth Summer Soccer
with Avalon Amador, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education
Join the Coaching staff from The LAHS Soccer Program, for a fun filled week of soccer! Players grades K-8 will be grouped according to age and skill set and will work on everything from the basics of fundamental skill building, field awareness and communication; to game strategy, technique and some more challenging aspects of the sport.
Please contact Coach Amador at email@example.com for more camp information.