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with Alisa Roman
This is a two-night food/beverage safety and certificate program. Students will learn topics including food handling and allergens.The multiple-choice exam will be administered on the second night of the class. Because class sessions last for four hours a night, students are encouraged to bring snacks. The lab fee covers the costs of the book and the exam.
with Christina Morin
In this workshop, you will learn about the basic components for building a budget. We will discuss money tracking, goal setting, challenges, ways to reduce expenses, and how to understand your overall financial situation.
Please note that this has been changed to an online only class.
with Tina Brushwein
If you have rug braiding experience, this class will take your talents to the next level or allow you to finish a previously started project. You will experiment by making a round, or rectangular. Advanced students may bring their own projects. Supply list available upon registration.
Understanding Percent & Interest
with Jeff Morris
Calculating percentages and interest are skills used both at home and in business. Learn how to improve your calculations to get ahead.
How to Be an Instructor
with Mike Reagan
Do you have a skill or hobby you would like to share with others? Find out how you can become part of the Lewiston Adult Education team! Learn what topics are popular, how to organize your ideas, and how to submit a course proposal. ** This has been changed to an online class**
Beautiful You Color Analysis
with Candace Sanborn
What colors bring out the best in you? Learn to select colors and clothes that flatter your skin, hair and coloring. Students will be draped in shades of different colors to demonstrate how choosing the right and wrong shades impacts appearance. You’ll also learn general recommendations for eye shadows, blush and lipsticks for your coloring. You’ll soon be rethinking the colors you wear – from clothes, to jewelry, to makeup!
This class has switched to online only.
with Harold Tucker
Find out what it takes to do improvisational comedy with veteran comedian Harold "Tuck" Tucker. The class is not only for people who are looking to get a few laughs, but also for students interested in acting and learning about teamwork. It's no coincidence that some of the funniest and most talented performers today got their start with a group, so see what you can do when everyone on the team is pulling in the same direction.
with Siad Shaleh, Abdullahi Abdi
People who know a few words of Somali or those who would like to begin learning the language are welcome to join. Students will work on common greetings and short conversations. **This class as been switched to online only**