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BASKETWEAVING

$65

with Joanne Smith, Franklin County Adult Education

Calendar Feb 27, 2019 at 6:30 pm

Basket making is fun! Come join us and see what you can accomplish. All levels are welcome. Beginners, please call the instructor to get a list of supplies to bring to the first class.

Material list please call 207-491-0933 or 207-778-3233

BEGINNING FLYTYING

$60

with Kevin White, Franklin County Adult Education

Calendar Apr 2, 2019 at 6 pm

This course is designed for the beginner but is open to all skill levels.  Each week you will learn at least 2 different fly patterns and usually there is enough time during class to tie at least 3 flies of each pattern.  All materials will be supplied by the instructor.  You will need tools to participate in class.  Contact the instructor for a list of tools and where to purchase them.  There is nothing more exciting than catching a fish on a fly you have tied!  So join us and plan on gaining some knowledge and above all having a lot of fun.  

Material Fee: $5 payable to the instructor

Please call instructor for materials list: 207-578-0028 or rwhite2367@yahoo.com

Better Living Module 3: Leadership Skills W19

Free

with Linda Davis, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education

Calendar Apr 9, 2019 at 1 pm, runs for 5 weeks

This course will assist students to develop the skills necessary to be successful in their life and careers. The class will cover topics in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. The class will be offered in three modules. Students may take one or all three modules. Each module will meet once a week for five sessions and is independent of the other modules. This allows students to take one or more of the modules over the course of the semester. Each completed module earns a student one-third credit towards a high school diploma. Community members are always welcome and encouraged. No class Feb. 19, and Apr. 16.

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BISMARK DONUTS
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BISMARK DONUTS

$20

with THERESE PINETTE, Franklin County Adult Education

Calendar Apr 10, 2019 at 3 pm

Come join us and learn the basics of making raised donuts into a bismark plus the yummy filling all from scratch! Put your hair up and bring an apron to Law Mountain Wreaths N’ Bakery. Location: 218 Pond Road, Wilton Fee: $20, $10 material fee

Paid to instructor on 1st class and send registation form to Franklin County Adult Education, 129 Seamon Road, Suite A, Farmington, Maine  04938 or call 207-778-3460

BREAD MAKING
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BREAD MAKING

$20

with THERESE PINETTE, Franklin County Adult Education

Calendar Mar 30, 2019 at 1 pm

We will learn how to make breads from scratch that include white, honey oatmeal, cinnamon swirl and Anadama. Put your hair up, bring an apron and join us! Location: 218 Pond Road, Wilton Fee: $20, $10 material fee

Paid to instructor on 1st class and send registation form to Franklin County Adult Education, 129 Seamon Road, Suite A, Farmington, Maine  04938 or call 207-778-3460

Career Advising
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Career Advising

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with Kathie McCatherin, Westbrook Adult Education

Calendar Jan 2, 2019

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 May 8

Free

with Caroline Mitchell, Region 9 Adult Education

Calendar May 8, 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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