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Creative Movement for Kids (Ages 5-8) New!
with Iona McCabe
“Dance is communication through movement” This class is for children who love to move and express themselves through music, telling stories with their dance, free expression, and props. They will also learn some basic dance terminology.
Instructor: Iona McCabe
6 Saturdays, 10:15 am-11:15 am
Begins: September 15, 2018
*Required*--Parent or Guardian to attend and a signed Liability and Release Form
Crepes - New!
with Libby Harville
Crepes can be served for breakfast, lunch, supper or dessert. They are a bit labor intensive but you can make them ahead and freeze them. Instructor will demonstrate making the batter and all will get a chance to cook some in class. We'll fill them to eat for dessert. Recipes included.
Instructor: Libby Harville
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Time: 6:30-8 pm
Registration: $10 Supply fee $2, payable to Instructor
Diabetes: How to Advocate for Yourself
with Brin Amberlee
This class provides an opportunity to share with and learn from others stories of success so that we may all learn how to live a life with diabetes.
Facilitator: Brin Amberlee
6 Tuesdays, 7-8 pm
Begins: October 2, 2018
Edible and Medicinal Plant Walk
with Linda Nelson
Some of our common weeds are not only nutritious foods but have wonderful healing properties. On this 2 hour walk through field and woods you will learn how to add vitamin and mineral rich wild plants to your diet, treat bee stings, heal wounds, aid digestion, treat UTI’s and protect yourself from cancer.
Instructor: Linda Nelson, Certified Herbalist
Saturday, September 8, 2018
Time: 10 am-Noon
Essential Oils - Rollerball Make & Take - New!
with Mary Alderman
We will learn some basics about essential oils, and then make a rollerball combining oils with a carrier oil for a specific purpose, such as stress, headaches, or muscle pain. I will have 10 ML and 5 ML rollerball bottles for you to choose from. Supply fee will be $5 for 5 ML and $10 for 10 ML bottles, and will be payable to instructor the night of class.
Instructor: Mary Alderman
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Time: 6-8 pm
Fall Basketball Camp - For Boys and Girls Grades 4-8
with Rob Schmidt
Varsity basketball coach Rob Schmidt will be running this skills' camp. Focus will be on skills and competitions, not games.
Instructor: Rob Schmidt
5 Mondays, 6-7:30 pm
Begins: October 15, 2018
Fold ‘n Stitch Wreath – New!
with Betsy Cannan
Stitch up some seasonal cheer! This wreath will give rich texture to your table, wall, door, etc. You choose the fabrics and /or embellishments of your liking for a season, home, workplace, or gift. This project combines sewing, folding, and optional embellishing. You will also learn how to attach a binding.
Instructor: Betsy Cannan
2 Tuesdays, 3-5 pm
Begins: November 6, 2018
Location: Professional Development Center, 75 North Rd, Readfield
Forestry Basics for Woodland Owners - New!-All 3 classes
with Morten Moesswilde
The Maine Forest Service provides advice on woodland conditions, management options, and program opportunities to landowners, municipalities, loggers, schools, forest products businesses, conservation groups, and the general public. They are offering a three-part series intended to help landowners understand their options for their woodlands, whether they own 5 or 500 acres.
Session 1: Wednesday, September 26 - Evaluating your woodlands – tree species, how forests grow, forest health; resources for landowners.
Session 2: Wednesday, October 10 - Planning for your forest – forest management plans, foresters, and Tree Growth Tax Law.
Session 3: Wednesday, October 24 - Forest management – basic silviculture, firewood thinning, commercial harvest planning & operations.
Instructor: Morten Moesswilde, Maine Forest Service District Forester
Time: 6-8 pm
Registration: $5 per session (All three sessions: $10)