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Little Kickers Soccer Camp Ages 5-8
with Ryan Martin, Maranacook Adult Education
Campers experience the principle of one ball to one person and how it is used to develop ball control skills. Children will develop balance, coordination and gross motor skills through a variety of drills, activities and game situations. Previous soccer experience not necessary. Please bring a labeled soccer ball, labeled water bottle Shin guards, soccer cleats/sneakers, short/ sweats, t-shirt/tank top and sunscreen.
Instructors: Ryan Martin, MCHS graduate & 3 sport player. Ryan had coached Little Kickers for 14+ years
Dates: August 12-15, 2019
Time: 9:30-11:30 am
Registration: $55 (Includes t-shirt)
with ed 2go, Kittery Adult Education
When looking to break into the healthcare industry, one of the most difficult parts of the learning curve is understanding all of the language within the field. In this program, you will not only learn and understand the medical terms themselves, but also their application, making you a valuable asset to a healthcare team.
What sets this program apart from other courses or programs? We’ve partnered with the Stanford Research Institute to integrate new tech into your program. You’ll interact with voice analysis software that will help you practice the pronunciation of terms. What’s more, the software will provide you with a recording and confidence score, to let you know how close or far you are from saying the terms correctly.
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Medicinal Plant Walk
with Kim Fitzgerald, Kittery Adult Education
Join us on a nature walk and discover some wonderful plant medicine you can find in your own back yard. Learn to identify certain edible and medicinal plants and how to use them for health and wellness. Kim is a certified aromatherapist and an herbalist.
Bring to class: wear comfortable shoes, bug spray (instructor will have some natural spray on hand), and a notebook/pen.
Class will meet at the entrance gate of Fort Foster, Kittery (please note: there may be an additional entrance fee required to Fort Foster if not a pass holder).
Sunday, July 21, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m., 1 session
Course Fee: $15
with Cindy Simon, Sanford Community Adult Education
Looking to deepen your practice? All are welcome! Where does most of your awareness and attention go? Do you live in the moment? Are you aware of your breath? Relax and imagine peaceful scenery. Learn deep stillness and quiet. Utilize positive affirmations. Rid your mind of negative chatter. Learn to bring meditation into your everyday life and discover deeper relaxation, sleep, patience and calm, less anger, less anxiety and less depression!
Morning Vinyasa Yoga – All Levels
with Emily Gaddis, Noble Adult & Community Education
Vinyasa connects breath with movement, and this class will guide you gently through sun salutations, some standing and seated postures, and end with quieting and meditative postures. Suitable for all skill levels these classes will help improve your strength, flexibility, balance and mindfulness. Specific alignment cues are given throughout to keep you safe. Each class is uniquely woven together so each time you step on the mat you’ll experience a new journey! You will leave feeling refreshed, energized and strengthened. Drop in fee $12
Prime Time Health
with Kathleen Kerr, Spruce Mountain Adult Education
Prime Time Health workshops provide a road map to better health. The four workshops are : Make your own medicine, Make health your hobby, Move waste from your waist, and Live without pain and inflammation. Take charge and improve your health.
Class will be on Tuesdays, October 8th - 29th from 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
Red Cross Babysitter Certification-Age 11-15 (T/W/Th)
with Penny Kern, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education
Students ages 11-15 interested in babysitting are encouraged to take this Red Cross Certification course. Learn how to gain leadership skills necessary to build a business as well as the appropriate amount to charge your clients. Learn basic infant and child care skills, basic first aid and an introduction to CPR. Participants are encouraged to bring a snack and drink.