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with Ander Thebaud
15-2, 15- 4….. Please join us for lunch-time, pick-up cribbage games on Thursdays. We will provide boards and cards. You do not need a partner to come and play. This is intended as a fun, community event – all are welcome! Don’t know how to play? We can teach you. Feel free to bring your lunch with you.
*Does not meet: 2/20 or 4/23. Drop-ins welcome!
with George Deans
This workshop is open to all abilities and experience. Topics covered are fundamentals of hand and power tools, tool and machine maintenance, sharpening and shop safety.
You may come in with a project in mind, work with the instructor to create one, or not. You do not need to have a project to make this class a success. Projects should be transportable. Participants are responsible for additional supply costs of their individual projects.
*No class 2/19.
Guitar - Advanced Beginners
with Kevin Campbell
We will continue to build on the concepts of chord structures for songs from many different styles of music. The class will also introduce students to the basics of melody and solo line playing over the music on any chosen song. This class is for those who have previously taken a beginner guitar class from Mr. Campbell or any other guitar teacher.
If you are unsure, please contact us, and we will help to appropriately place you in the best class for your level. Students should bring their own guitar to class.
Drumming & Percussion
with Kevin Campbell
Master drummer/multi-instrumentalist Kevin Campbell will teach traditional West African and South American rhythms on a wide variety of drums and percussion instruments, ie. djembe, dunun, gourd shakers and balafon. In addition, he will combine specific hand drumming techniques with accompanying songs and percussion complements. All instruments provided and participants are encouraged to bring their own. All levels of experience and non-experience are welcome.
Beekeeping for Beginners
with Peter Cowin
This class is designed to stimulate the interest in and answer the questions of those interested in starting beekeeping as a hobby or need help pollinating their crops. Class covers materials needed, where to locate bees’ hives, where to buy them, what it costs and how to care for bees so they survive the winter. Learn about the fascinating hobby of beekeeping, pollinate your garden and grow your own honey!
Six Feet Under or Not: End of Life Choices
with Chuck Lakin
Home funeral educator Chuck Lakin offers this informational presentation on funeral alternatives. He will talk about home funerals, green cemeteries, natural burial, alkaline hydrolysis, family burying grounds, scattering ashes, advanced directives, pre-planning and prepaying, the "Funeral Rule" (a federal law), some different coffins (including plans for building your own), the dreaded paperwork, and anything else that comes up in the conversation.
Basic Dog Training (Session 2)
with Julie Rodick
Geared towards dogs with minimal training, you will learn how to teach your dog the following commands: sit, down, come, stay, leave it, heel and loose leash walking. Dogs with aggression issues should not be brought to class. Instructor may ask a dog to leave the class if aggression problems occur. Class size limited to 6 dogs. More than one human may accompany a dog. No class 4/23.
Rabies vaccination record must be submitted prior to class start (fax 207-422-3612). Students should bring a six foot web or leather leash, a flat collar on the dog, and small training treats.
Julie Rodick is a Master Trainer and has been teaching dog training and behavioral classes for 30 years
Archery Hunter Safety
with Ernie West
This archery education course will provide students with a wealth of knowledge regarding equipment, proper hunting methods, responsibilities and general safety.
If you are doing the online version (https://www.bowhunter-ed.com/maine/), you need only to attend the skills and exam day, Saturday, 4/11, 9a-4p.
If you are not doing the online version, you must attend both classes (Friday, 4/3, 6-9p and Saturday, 4/11, 9a-4p). Passage of a final exam is required. You may bring something to eat and drink on Friday and Saturday and please be sure to bring a bag lunch and something to drink on Saturday.