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with Mike Mayo
This class will include an online portion on www.Bowhunter-Ed.com and a six-hour classroom portion at Central Maine Powersports in Lewiston to cover how to safely use a bow and arrow while hunting in Maine. A member of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife will teach the class. It will not require any bows be brought to the class. But students must register with Lewiston Adult Ed, complete the online portion, bring voucher, survival kit and pen and paper to class.
with Catherine Boutin
This workshop will involve making products in each class that will focus on the immune system, relaxation, brain stimulation, body tension relief, foot care and room sprays. The class fee will cover materials costs.
with Beth Derenburger
A bargello quilt is an artistic design having a stationary background with a moving foreground scribbled across it. Students will use an achievable technique that produces complex-looking results and show dozens of favorite fabrics in a single quilt. It is a wonderful outlet for your fabric obsession. Supply list available upon registration. Students must bring their own sewing machines.
with Margery Landis
The ukulele has been experiencing a huge revival all around the world and here is your chance to take part! No prior musical experience is necessary. Students will learn to read music and play songs by picking and strumming. All students will need to have their own ukulele in good working condition that must be a soprano, concert or tenor ukulele in standard C tuning. The class fee will cover the cost of a textbook.
Note: There will be no class on September 19th or October 31st.
with Christina Davis
In this workshop, you will learn the basic components for building a budget. We will discuss money tracking, goal setting and how having a sense of your overall financial situation can assist you in the process of building a budget.
with Kate McCarty
Let a member of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension go over the basics of canning and how to preserve apples during the fall. The class fee will cover food and jar costs, but students should bring two potholders to class.
with Nick Gordon
Comedy is a great way to devleop creative writing skills. Do all of your friends tell you that you are funny? Learn how to turn that funny into jokes, stories and monologues. Class will focus on techniques and joke development. Comedian and writer Nick Gordon will guide the work and share his experiences. Class is open to people who have performed standup comedy and those interested in learning more about the writing process and being funny.
with Martha Chessie
This popular 8-inch round solid based basket is perfect for the upcoming holidays to hold rolls, fruit or would make a great gift. Students must bring a mop-size bucket, sturdy scissors, tape measure, spring-type clothespins, jackknife, pencil, spray bottle, old towel. The class fee covers the cost of materials.