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with Louis Moniz, JR
Line Dancing is back and hotter than ever! Join other dancers and conquer the steps or just come for the great exercise. You never need a partner, but you can bring all your friends and have a lot of fun. Mad Louie will teach both current and older dances being done at local establishments. Wear proper footwear (for safety). No clogs, flip flops, crocs or open back shoes.
with Meleena Erikson
Are you interested in learning how to felt? Using a special needle and wool (provided), you will learn how to turn wool into adorable items. Students will be able to choose between several items to felt; including, a bunny, a chick or a penguin.
Making Milk Soap
with Laurel Lopez
Please note the date change - this class has moved to 2/25/2020. Milk soap is the best moisturizer! Learn how to make this wonderful, luxurious soap and take a batch home too! You will have a choice of cow's milk or goat's milk (please indicate which you prefer at the time of registration). A supply list is available upon registration. A materials fee of $20 is due to the instructor at class.
with Nancy Kelley
Anyone can learn yoga! This is a yoga class for those new to yoga or those wanting a basic flow class. This class introduces foundational yoga postures, teaches you how to breathe, introduces stretching techniques, and helps you feel more comfortable in the yoga practice. This class will move at a slower pace to help the individual feel the benefits of the yoga poses. Expect to be challenged both mentally and physically! Dress in loose clothes and bring a yoga mat.
with NDEC Tom Furrow
This class is through the National Digital Equity Center, a program dedicated to providing Maine students with computer skills and digital literacy. In this class students will adopt a safer mindset, gain an understanding of internet threats, and learn about internet safety and privacy. Students will also be googling themselves to know their online presence. Sign up and learn how to be safe on the internet.
In The Dough, In The Know
with Debra Arter
Who can resist the smell of fresh bread baking? Learn how to mix, knead, proof and shape basic yeast dough. Learn how to create cloverleaf rolls, butter crescents, cinnamon swirls, tea rings, and caramel pecan rolls, whole-wheat rolls and an economical savory braid! You will learn what gluten is really about! Various yeast bread recipes will be shared and discussed. Leave with a basket of yummy, warm samples! All baking levels are welcome for this hands-on class. Bring an apron, rolling pin, cutting board and plastic tubs an/or a plastic bag.
with Marge Otis
This silhouette technique can be done with a variety of subjects and background tones! On this shaped buoy we will do a Coastal Lighthouse scene. The buoy has a flat back so you can hang it on the wall! Students need to bring acrylic brushes to class. A materials fee of $12.00 is due to instructor at class.
The Bee School
with David LeGloahec
This bee school is designed to give those who are interested in getting started keeping bees a basic understanding of bee biology, hive dynamics, beekeeping equipment and setting up an apiary, as well as hive management, and understanding and managing pests and diseases. All sessions are taught by experienced beekeepers. The Kennebec Beekeepers Association encourages all who are interested in keeping honeybees and the challenges of beekeeping to join us! A materials fee of $55 includes a text book and one year membership to the Kennebec Beekeepers Association, due to the instructor at first class.