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with RONIE STROUT, MSAD #37 Adult Education

Calendar Feb 24, 2020 at 6 pm, runs for 10 weeks

Time traveling, hunting for dead people and irritating the living by asking for information will be on the agenda at the genealogy class. Bring your laptop, notebook and pencils.

Hornets Summer Track


with Jamie Juntura, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education

Calendar Feb 25, 2020 at 5:30 pm

Get outside! Campers will develop new skills, participate in meets and have a blast! Emphasis will be placed on technique and performance in different areas (ie. sprints, distance runs, relays, hurdles, long and triple jump, high jump, shot put, race walk and javelin).


Fees include league fees, USATF Registration, T-Shirt and Water Bottle

Starts June 2nd - August 8th (Banquet TBD)

Practice Times: TUESDAY

Ages 10 and Under: 5:30-6:30pm

Ages 11 and Up: 6:30-8pm

Will run

Knitting & Crocheting
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Knitting & Crocheting


with Jayne Hart, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education

The art of knitting/crocheting is making a comeback. Participants will master the skills of knitting and/or crocheting. Those who already have experience are welcome. Learn other techniques of knitting, such as cable, enterlac, domino, and lace knitting. Join us and enjoy an evening out with others who share a common interest. Participants will learn how to complete one of the following projects: hats, mittens, scarves or felting.

Please bring a pair of number eight (8) knitting needles and a light weight skein of yarn.


Creative Cardmaking
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Creative Cardmaking


with Sherri Couture, Spruce Mountain Adult Education

Each week we will create six beautiful handmade greeting cards perfect for the special people in your life. We will learn new techniques and even some tricks to save time and money.  

Material to bring: small scissors, adhesive (double sided tape and/or glue dots), pencil, fine tipped black marker,ruler, small paper trimmer. 

There is a weekly $8.00 material fee, paid to the instructor, to cover the cost of materials. 

This class is every Wednesday, February 26th to April 1st from 4:00 - 6:00 pm.






with Petra Prokopova, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education

Calendar Feb 26, 2020 at 5:30 pm, runs for 10 weeks

Pilates is the Western and modern mind-boby movement exercise method related to the Eastern and ancient tradition of yoga. Pilates emphasizes spinal health and teaches rolling/stacking movement of the spine. It promotes core muscle stability aiding greatly in the prevention of back injuries and each pilates workout provides full-range motion exercises to build full mobility of the joints. In a pilates workout, you get to hold a pose in the setup of an excercise for a few seconds and then you move in a flow for a few repetitions.

Please bring a thick exercise/yoga mat for adequate cushioning of the spine or other tender points.


Some individuals may need other supporting props; I will assess the need during the first class.

Will run

TABATA- Fitness


with Keena Sullivan, Oak Hill Adult & Community Education

Calendar Feb 26, 2020 at 5:45 pm, runs for 6 weeks

This is a NEW 6wk TABATA (High Intensity Interval Training) class! 

Keena makes this class perfect for any fitness level, ability and age!

Join us at Oak Hill Middle School in the cafe Wednesdays 545-645pm. 

$45 for 6 weeks, or $10 drop in!  

TABATA classes are ongoing in 6 week cycles. Any classes missed due to snow days will try to be made up Thursdays.



with Joanne Smith, Franklin County Adult Education

Calendar Feb 26, 2020 at 6:30 pm

All levels are welcome. Beginners, please call the instructor to get a list of supplies to bring to the first class. 

Instructor telephone number for materials: 207778-3233

Creative Nonfiction-Daytime
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Creative Nonfiction-Daytime


with Nancy McCallum, Noble Adult & Community Education

This class is for people writing nonfiction works such as memoirs, biographies, articles, essays, blogs - anything that is considered nonfiction. Writer and editor Nancy McCallum will offer tips to help you make your work sparkle. She will discuss the importance of developing your writing “voice,” the use of sensory details to make your words come alive and the importance of creating a flow. Bring your work to class, and Nancy will provide feedback and encouragement.

3 Sessions.

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