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with Martha Chessie
This is a larger, solid based basket which has a round set in handle and added color perfect for storage! Supply list: Mop sized bucket, sturdy scissors, tape measure, spring type clothespins, jack knife, pencil, spray bottle, old towel. The lab fee covers the cost of supplies.
Basic Car Care
with Richard Hussey
Learn the basics of car care such as changing a tire, and replacing an air filter. Students will gain a better understanding of how to maintain their vehicle and keep it running.
**Please note that the start date has been changed from 10/9 to 10/16**
with Rick Cooper
A veteran beekeeper will give advice and tips on how to raise honeybees, protect them from predators, and what you need for supplies to keep your hive humming.
with Deanna Ehrhardt
Add more brightness and color with digital tools in this computer-based course. Students will discover different programs to use with their photos, and the best way to enhance them. Students must be familiar with how to work with Windows on a PC and how to navigate through different programs in order to get the most out of the class.
How to Be an Instructor
with Michael Reagan
Do you have a skill or hobby you would like to share with others? Join us to 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.
Side by Each Brewing, Tour & Taste
with Matt Johanes
Students must provide their own transportation for the one-hour tour of this new local business. The $15 lab fee will cover the cost of tastings, which also includes beer in the process of fermentation. Bring your, questions for brewers, and a photo ID. This class will take place at the brewery, 1110 Minot Avenue, Auburn.
with Adam Baril
Learn about the basic tools used in Sketchup to create 3D models quickly and accurately. Basic computer, keyboard and mouse skills required.
Small Engine Repair
with Richard Hussey
In this hands-on class, you will learn the basics of small engine repair and apply them to your own two or four-cycle engine. The first class is an introduction, but in the following classes, students will bring their lawn mowers, grass trimmers, chainsaws, etc. for practice. Plan on getting your hands dirty as you learn to tune up, repair, and maintain equipment! The lab fee covers the cost of supplies.