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with Claire Hersom
This is a 10 week workshop for all levels of writers. It will be a wonderful way to spend a long winter, as well as leave a family treasure.
with NDEC Tom Furrow
This class is through the National Digital Equity Center, a programdedicated to providing Maine students with computer skills and digitalliteracy. In this class students will gain an understanding of hardwarevs software. They will understand the anatomy of a computer as wellas the operating systems: Windows and Apple OS. Students will learnabout file systems and file extensions: .doc, .pdf, .mp3. This class willalso teach students about internet access. Sign up to get a betterunderstanding of your computer.
Intro to Genealogy
with Michelle Andrews
Beginning Genealogy Climb your family tree and see who is hiding there Shake your family tree and see who falls out Find the road that lead to who you are Learn how to start your search, what to look for, where it may be hiding, what to do with it once you find it and Be prepared for what you find An exciting journey into the past, present, and future of your family
Intro to Conservation Burial grounds
with Theresa Kerchner
Theresa Kerchner, Executive Director of the Kennebec Land Trust, will present an Introduction to Conservation Burial.The Land Trust will soon be opening our region's first conservation burial ground on Baldwin Hill in Fayette. Conservation burial grounds offer ecologically sound burial practices that protect the environment and human health. This model also goes beyond "green cemeteries", or similar designations, by permanently protecting a larger tract of open space. This class is for all who are interested in this growing movement or KLT's project. Bring your curiosity and questions.
Yoga for Abundant Bodies and Beginner Yogis Session 2
with Carol Branning, RYT-200
Inclusive yoga – yoga for EVERY body. This class will introduce students to all aspects of yoga, providing information beyond the poses. The goal of this class is to provide an achievable, safe vinyasa flow for students with larger bodies in order to promote strength, flexibility and balance - both physically and mentally. Self-acceptance is promoted. Wear comfortable, stretchy clothing.
Crochet Granny Squares
with Samantha Dimmick
You won’t believe how many things you can do with a grannysquare! These versatile crochet patterns are the foundation forlots of fun and creative projects. Students will learn how to followa pattern to create a granny square and how to join squares tocreate a larger project such as a blanket, tote bag or pillow. Basicknowledge of crochet stitches is required. Bring two skeins of twocoordinating colors and hook sizes recommended on label.
Essential Oils and CBD 101 (A Make and Take Class)
with Joanna Wilhelm
Maybe you’ve been hearing about essential oils, including CBD oil, and are curious, or maybe you just like finding ways to make gifts for others and to make things for your own use at home. Whether it’s either, both, or neither but you like to have fun, we’ll have a casual get-together that will be a good time and informative, too! Learn about essential oils, how they’re made (don’t worry, we won’t get too science-y!), and all the ways they can be used, from making our houses smell good to replacing health and beauty products (and for cheaper, too!) to supporting our physical and emotional health (because, as we know, the emotions – stress is a great example – can affect our physical health!). We’ll even cover the use of essential oils with and around our pets, as they’re part of the family, too! And, since CBD is an essential oil in its own right, we’ll give you the skinny on that, too. And you’ll get to make a couple goodies, along with the recipes to make more! These are easy to make and are great to use yourself and to give as gifts for teachers, friends, family… We’ll be making sugar scrubs (for that winter dry skin) and room/linen sprays. And there will be an extra surprise bonus, too, plus some additional easy-peasy but good recipes!
with NDEC Tom Furrow
This class is through the National Digital Equity Center, a programdedicated to providing Maine students with computer skills and digitalliteracy. In this class students will learn about the Microsoft programexcel. They will gain a better understanding of spreadsheets which canbe used to track numbers, form lists, and data entry.