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RSU 24 Adult Education

Personal Enrichment

Substitute Teacher Training Session 2


with Ander Thebaud

Calendar Mar 4, 2020 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

If you're thinking about substitute teaching, we want to talk with you! Come to this one-night workshop to learn more about the job. We will cover topics such as eligibility to substitute teach in Maine, classroom management, learning strategies, practical 'survival' tips, pay rate, and state laws regarding confidentiality and student rights. We will review the substitute teacher application process required by RSU 24.

The Maine Death with Dignity Act: Sorting Fact from Fiction


with Valerie Lovelace

Calendar Mar 4, 2020 at 6 pm

This class is full, however, there is a free morning presentation (in collaboration with Age Friendly Sullivan) March 4 starting at 11 at the Sullivan Town Hall building.  Click here to be taken to the 11am presentation and register.

Valerie will discuss the Maine Death with Dignity Act to clarify the new law and who may qualify for aid-in-dying medication. She will be discussing the legal and medical requirements as it works in Maine.  Valerie will also clear up common misconceptions regarding death with dignity laws in the United States, and she will be happy to answer questions related to Maine's Death with Dignity Act.  

Full Course

Home Buyer Education


with James Macomber

Calendar Mar 7, 2020 at 8:30 am

Not sure what to do when buying a home? What is all that financial jargon your banker is throwing at you?  MaineStream is a certified HomeBuyer Education provider for HUD and Maine State Housing Authority. Your certificate of completion allows you to access special loan programs through MSHA, FHA, and VA and is good for two years. 

Natural Dye Class - Extracts


with Susanne Grosjean

Calendar Mar 7, 2020 at 10 am

Discover the world of dyes found in nature with talented dyer, weaver and fiber artist, Susanne Grosjean. Perfect for indoor winter dyeing, these non-toxic dyes are easy to use, tidy and very reproducible. Many colors will be explored. Learn the techniques and resources so that you can continue this gentle and creative activity in your own home. All dyeing materials provided.

Students may bring up to 1 lb. of protein fiber or fabric (wool/mohair/alpaca/silk) to put in the pot.

Please bring:pencil, notebook, scissors, sharpie marker (all with name labeled), drinks, a bag lunch for our working lunch, and a $5 supply fee made payable to the instructor.

Full Course

Make Something Gourdeous


with Kevin Campbell

Calendar Mar 7, 2020 at 1 pm

Craft gourds of all sizes and shapes into musical instruments or decorative art objects in this fun workshop. Participants will learn how to design, construct and craft gourds into the object of their choice. Gourds will be provided as well as the tools and instructions to create a wide variety of gourd designs.


Make A Move to Healthier Eating: Plant Based Cooking


with Stefani Berkey

Calendar Mar 10, 2020 at 5:30 pm, runs for 3 weeks

Thinking about incorporating more plant based eating into your diet? No preaching, just offering plant food alternatives and how to reimagine recipes with whole food substitutions. We will prepare several recipes to try, and Stefani will show and teach participants how to shop and cook healthier while saving money.  Knife skills included. Please bring containers to take home any leftovers.

Stefani Berkey started cooking during college and found her niche! She attended cooking school in Europe and has been cooking and teaching classes in different capacities for over 30 years.  She enjoys sharing her knowledge about foods and cooking techniques. For health reasons she switched to plant based eating, and it was the best thing she ever did for herself.

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Partner Massage


with Karen Dove

Calendar Mar 10, 2020 at 6 pm, runs for 3 weeks

Learn the basic massage strokes and techniques to help soothe muscles and reduce stress with your spouse or partner. The class is presented by a licensed massage therapist who will introduce and guide you through some of the easier basics. Please wear work-out clothes (shorts, sports bra) that allow access to the body while maintaining modesty in a class setting. Students should bring a bath towel, small blanket or throw.

**The class fee covers (2) participants attending together.  Please provide names and phone numbers of both participants when registering.

Reiki I


with Heidi Eagleton

Calendar Mar 15, 2020 at 9 am, runs for 2 weeks

Please note that the class start date has changed from what was published in our catalog.

The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means "God's Wisdom or the Higher Power" and Ki which is "life force energy". So Reiki is actually "spiritually guided life force energy." Come and align yourself with this healing energy. It is not massage and no touching of a body is needed to do Reiki on another person who is fully clothed. Both classes are needed to complete Reiki Level 1. Class size is limited. Please bring something to drink and your lunch.

Students should obtain a copy of Essential Reiki by Diane Stein and read the Forward and Chapter 1 by the first class. Please let the Adult Ed office know if you need us to supply a copy.

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