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Babysitter Certification

$35

with Krissy Shemkovitz, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education

Calendar Sep 25, 2021 at 9 am

THIS SESSION IS CURRENTLY FULL! If your child is interested in taking this class, please register for the WAITLIST. We will use the waitlist to determine need for an additional session.

 

During this class you will have access to a highly trained instructor who will share the latest information on child care, offer tips, and can answer all of your questions so that you're ready to start your own babysitting business. With lecture and class activities, this class is engaging, informative and fun! You will walk away with a Red Cross Certification in Babysitting! Must be 11 or older at time of class.

Although every situation is unique, there are some universal skills and techniques that every babysitter should have. Our courses were designed with this principle in mind and can help you deliver the care that families need. Just a few of the things our babysitting class covers include:

  • Basic Care for Infants and Children
  • Basic First Aid
  • Child Behavior
  • Age-Appropriate Activities
  • Emergency Protocols
  • Professionalism
  • Leadership
  • Growing Your Business

All participants are encourage to bring their own drink, snack and lunch.

Dahlias - From Cultivation to Winter Storage

$25

with Phil Clark & Sarah Duggan, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education

Calendar Sep 27, 2021 at 10 am

This course on dahlia care will be held at Endless Summer Flower Farm at the height of dahlia season, where visitors will tour the garden's 4830 dahlia plants. After the instructional tour, Phil and Sarah will give a demonstration on how to dig, wash, and divide dahlia tubers for winter storage, and preparation for next year’s planting. Note, there are no bathroom facilities available at the farm.

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Legacy Love Letters

$28

with Patricia LaVallee, Mid-Coast School of Technology Adult Education

Calendar Sep 27, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Here is an opportunity to explore ways to tell your Loved ones you really do Love them. We will discuss how this is different from saying “love you” at the end of each conversation. We will look at what you value most about this person and find unique ways of expressing these feelings. It is a powerful expression of who you are and who they are in your life. What is it your want your love ones to remember when they think of you? This is a gift only you can give. This class is a live, but Zoomable, with Patricia LaVallee, RN, Certified Mind Set Life Coach and former MCST Adult Ed CNA instructor who shares her coping skills from over 35 years of nursing, coaching, and teaching experience.

Crocheting

$30

with KAREN SCHEVENIEUS, MSAD #37 Adult & Community Education

Calendar Sep 27, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Learn about how to start and finish a crochet project!  Open to any skill level!

 

The class may last more or less than 6 weeks depending on participant progress and interest.

Cross Wellness Informational Night

Free

with Jon Cross, York Adult Education

Calendar Sep 27, 2021 at 6 pm
1 additional session on Sep 28, 2021

This course teaches young people the tools they need to transition into adult hood. Jon Cross will tell his story of failure and success and educate young people what he learned along the way.

Genealogy

$30

with RONIE STROUT, MSAD #37 Adult & Community Education

Calendar Sep 27, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 8 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.

Introduction to Braille

Free

with Keith Hurd, Noble Adult & Community Education

Calendar Sep 27, 2021 at 6 pm

Join us to learn about communicating by touch with Braille. This one-day class is an introductory workshop on using Braille and will cover things like Braille cells and how to make numbers out of letters. You will leave with a better understanding of the Braille language. 

As of 8/25, masks are required

Is QuickBooks Right for You? (in-person class)
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Is QuickBooks Right for You? (in-person class)

Free

with National Digital Equity Center, RSU 24 Adult Education

Calendar Sep 27, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Please call to register:  207-422-4794.

Many small businesses want to move from their current method of bookkeeping, especially paper and pencil, to QuickBooks. But is QuickBooks the best solution for your small business and, if so, which version of the online and desktop software QuickBooks options will work for you? This class will also review other bookkeeping software and online program options such as FreshBooks, Microsoft Excel, and Google Sheets.

Requirement for this class: A computer or tablet connected to the internet.  Pre-registration is required.





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