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Getting Started on Etsy
with Meleena Erikson
Etsy is an e-commerce business where creative entrepreneurs can sell their products in both global and local markets. Do you have handmade items or vintage goods to sell? Etsy may be the right marketplace for you. Join us to learn more. We’ll discuss how to sign up, build your brand, set up your shipping profile, promote your items and take pictures that drive traffic. The global world of Etsy may be your next big entrepreneurial step!
Yogurt & Granola
with Diana Mosher
Granola is so much better when it is topped with yogurt! No special tools or equipment are required for this class in which you will learn how to make super smooth yogurt and delicious, crunchy granola. Snack on yogurt and granola during class and then bring yours home to enjoy. Students will need to bring a one pint jar with a tight lid, small cooler which can hold water and a pint jar and a container for granola. Supply fee of $10 is payable to instructor at class.
Essential Oils Make and Take Rollerball
with Mary Alderman
Come learn some basics about essential oils and how essential oils can improve your family’s health and wellness! Make a rollerball combining essential oils with a carrier oil for a specific purpose, such as stress, headache or muscle pain. Charge for the cost of supplies is $10/10ML-value discount, make 5 - 10ML for the price of 4 - $40 for all 5 bottles of your choice. We will also learn some basics about essential oils, we can answer any questions you have and introduce you to some of the most popular oils and how to use them. Please join us to learn how essential oils can improve your family’s health and wellness!
March Mystery Tour
Destination unknown tours are the new travel trend. Ready to join in and see what the buzz is all about? Willing to take a chance on a surprise itinerary? It’s March – so let’s throw caution to the wind and strike out for a day’s worth of interesting activities, good eats and friendly fun. What does a barn, a sawmill, a re-purposed church and hot cocoa have in common? Come along (with a warm coat, an appetite and a sense of adventure) and find out! Registration includes motorcoach transportation, meals and activities. Deadline to register is February 15th. No refunds will be issued after this date.
Thursday March 19, 2020
Depart 6:15 a.m., Waterville Sr. High School; 8:45 p.m. Return
Depart 7:00 a.m., Gardiner (Park and Ride, I-95 Exit 102); 8:00 p.m. Return
Depart 7:30 am Topsham Park & Ride; 7:30 pm Return
Registration fee: $189.00 per person
Northern Italian Food Night
with Debra Arter
In this one night cooking class, we will make three traditional Northern Italian dishes. Deb summered in Florence and longs to share these, easy to prepare, delectable dishes with you. Cacio e Pepe Pie (Spaghetti Pie), Escarole with Italian sausage and white beans, and then close with Italian butterball cookies. Come to class prepared to enjoy dinner and take home what is left to savor the next day. No experience needed. Class is part observation and part participation. Bring tubs to take home samples and all the recipes will be provided.
So You Want to be a Ride-share Driver?
with Spencer Quirion
This rideshare class covers the basics on how to drive with the industry leaders, Uber® & Lyft®. It will walk or “ride” you through the essential information that you need to know , such as; how to sign up, how the app works, and how to make the most of your time, making money, on the road. You will also get great tips and great stories from a driver with over 5000 trips of experience!
with Nancy Kelley
This class is a continuation of Yoga 1 or for those who want to refresh their yoga. The class will continue to work on foundational yoga postures, breathing, stretching techniques, and help you feel more comfortable in your yoga practice. We’ll also learn new poses and discuss ways to incorporate yoga practice into everyday life activities. Expect to be challenged both mentally and physically! Dress in loose clothes and bring a yoga mat.
Dog Body Language- Speaking Dog
with Jessica Greenleaf
Your dog is talking to you – are you listening? Learning your dog’s language will help you recognize when your dog is nervous, stressed, or becoming uncomfortable. Often, we do not understand these signals and therefore are unable to intervene when needed and prevent over arousal, fights, and/or bites. We’ll discuss dog body language as well as appropriate greetings and play. Come find out what your dog has been trying to tell you. This class is for humans only. Please leave your dog at home.