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Shrimp Three Ways
with Barbara Linton
Take your seafood cooking to the next level with three delicious shrimp entrees including Baby Bay Shrimp and Orzo, Spicy Shrimp Tacos and Shrimp De Jonghe. Warm up your meals this winter and surprise your family with creative new seafood dishes. All ingredients will be provided, but bring your appetite and containers to take any leftovers home.
Electric 101: Basics for the Homeowner
with David Webb, Sr.
Please note that the dates have been revised due to the suspension of classes through April 5. They have not been approved by the instructor at this time.
Learn the basics in electrical theory, electrical safety, and electrical code (NEC 2017) pertaining to residential wiring and load calculations. This course will teach safety and allow the student to do basic device changes (receptacles, switches, dimmers, rheostats, lamps, lighting, ceiling fans, etc.). It will not equip a student to wire a home or to even wire a branch circuit. Class includes classroom time, hands on experience and a visit to a work site.
Welding (Session 2)
with Daniel Ferden
This welding class covers the basics and is for the do-it-yourself welder. Students learn about the different welding processes (oxy-acetylene, stick, M.I.G. and T.I.G.) and get hands-on experience with those techniques. See how the characteristics of metal change as we weld them, i.e. heat treating. Safety is a priority and students are instructed in safety procedures. This course does not offer a certification in welding; however, it may be valuable in deciding a welding operation you like best or in purchasing a welder that works for you. All welding equipment and supplies are provided. Class size is limited to 5. No class 4/23/20.
Computers for Seniors: Managing Your Files, Documents, and Photos
with Trudy Martin
We are excited to offer a computer class for seniors who know computer basics, but want to learn more. This class will cover naming, saving, moving, organizing, sending and receiving files, documents, and photos. Students will get repetitive practice with the goal of creating a system of their own. The class will be offered in a small group setting to allow for personal attention.
Please call our office if you are interested in participating in this class: 422-4794.
Sunday Yoga (Session 5)
with Karen Dove
Need an extra boost for your Yoga practice? Is Sunday afternoon just your best time? This can be just the thing! Warm-up, open joints and lengthen muscles to prepare for some of your favorite or challenging advanced beginner-intermediate postures. Honor yourself and enjoy! Drop ins welcome @ $10/class. Bring a mat and wear comfortable clothes.
Restorative Yoga (Session 5)
with Karen Dove
Ready for deep relaxation? Restorative Yoga works to heal your body emotionally and physically. In Restorative Yoga "support = release" of muscle tension & mental stress, giving your body the opportunity to restore and refresh. Slowly breathe into reclining yoga postures supported by bolsters, blocks, blankets and pillows (most provided) while your instructor guides you into setting up for each posture, assisting as needed to get that "ahhhhhhhh" comfort & relaxation. Participants should wear comfortable clothing; bring 2 throw pillows & a throw/blanket; eye pillows are available and may be purchased for $5.
Genealogy for Beginners
with Trudy Martin
*Please note that the start date of this class is 4/7/2020. Please disregard the date in the printed catalog.
Ready to start diving into your family history but not sure how to start? RSU 24 Adult Education teacher Trudy Martin has been doing genealogy for over 20 years and she’ll share her researching and record keeping tips. You’ll look for records online, study a census, and begin your pedigree chart. A chart is included in your course fee. You can bring your own computer for research or use one of ours. (It’s not mandatory for you to research online.) It’s a great hobby to do with another family member.
Basket Weaving: Garden Basket & Jean's Carry All Basket
with Gin Randolph
Create two very functional baskets: one to carry your harvested vegetables and the other to carry items in--perfect for the market, your latest craft project, etc. Gardent Basket measures approximately 13L x 13W x 12.5H; Jean's Carry All basket measures approximately 15L x 9W x 10H. All materials are provided. All levels of experience are welcome to join.