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How to Plan a Walt Disney World Vacation
with David Murch
Are you planning an "all-in" vacation at Disney? Looking for someone to break down your options, guide you through this daunting process, and help you get the most out of your vacation and budget? If so, join us and get personal insight on all things Disney. This includes theme parks, water parks, ticket options, resort options, dining options, dining plans, seasonal events, tours, dinner shows, unique experiences, and even Magic Bands. We’ll also discuss the pros and cons of using a travel agency vs. booking the vacation yourself, staying on park property vs. off-site, and relying on park transportation vs. renting a vehicle. See how to factor in seasonal park crowd levels, average monthly temperatures, and rainy days into your plans. Gain some insight on how to think through your budget as we look at potential expenses and consider ways to save money in various areas of your vacation.
My Next Career Move
with Christina Morin
Take charge of your career and create an action plan to achieve success. Learn how your current skills connect to future careers. Identify high-growth job fields. Explore education and training options. Strengthen your resume for a targeted job search. Graduates of "My Next Career Move" are eligible to apply for the University of Maine at Augusta's GEN Scholarship, which can be used at any UMA location.
with Becki Leighton
Enjoy the fun of a Zumba class with the added bonus of toning using light weights. Each muscle group will be worked out during this 60-minute cardio class. You can bring your own weights but the instructor will have a few available. Weights should be between 1 to 3 lbs, something that you can hold and control comfortably throughout class.
with Jette Rasmussen
Learn to crochet a basic granny square that can be used in other projects. Samples of mittens, pillows, Afghans and more will be available to show the possibilities of granny squares. You will also learn how to connect the squares and finish your borders with a decorative edge. No experience necessary. The lab fee will cover the cost of materials, but students can also bring in their own yarn and hook. Students may also sign up for Arts & Crafts Studio to continue their work.
Side By Each Tour
with Matt Johanes
Bring your questions for brewers, and a photo ID. The $15 lab fee will cover the cost of tastings, which includes beer in the process of fermentation. This class will take place at the Side By Each Brewing Co, 1110 Minot Avenue, Auburn.
with Russ Dillingham
Students must email at least 2 but no more than 4 photos to email@example.com prior to the class. One being a favorite that you are proud of, and the other you made a mistake or can't figure out why it didn't work. Two others at your discretion to give examples of a technique or setting that worked (or didn't work) that you would be willing to share with the class or get more feedback. The instructor will also have a number of photos of his own showing examples of failures and successes, and what students can do to avoid or recreate these same results.
Best Styles for Your Body Shape
with Candace Sanborn
Do you have a lot of clothes in your closet but still feel like you have nothing to wear? Do you dislike shopping because you're not sure what looks good on you? In this interactive class, you'll determine your body type and face shape and learn tips for the most flattering clothing styles and necklines for your features. Bring a smartphone to take pictures and a pen and paper for notes. Please note that this class has been changed from Feb 5th to Mar 10th.
Arts & Crafts Studio
with Jette Rasmussen
This class provides studio space for anyone looking to work on or develop creative projects such as: painting in all mediums, (acrylic, oil, watercolor, adult coloring books), felting, crocheting, knitting, quilting or other handcrafts. This is not an instructional class, but rather a great place to relax and have fun. Bring your own supplies.