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with Mia Comis, NREMT, AHA Instructor
For youth ages 12 and up. Become an informed and valuable childcare provider! This course includes the BLAST program by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Learn about developmental stages, bottle-feeding, diaper changing, safety, and age appropriate activities. Includes American Heart Association Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AED use for the adult child and infant. First aid topics include prevention, recognition and treatment for medical emergencies and injuries. Saturday, December 1, 10:30am – 4:30pm. Participants should bring a bag lunch.
with Julia Bundy
Bath and Shower Fizzies are fun to make and are great gifts. Raw materials will be provided for everyone to make a batch of their own bath fizzies to take home. Participants will learn the basics of how to scent, color, and mold. We will also learn about optional additives such as oatmeal, botanicals, embeds, oils and polysorbate. Thursday, December 6, 6-8pm.
Please bring a 2qt or larger mixing bowl, measuring cup, spoon and dish towel (meat baller OPTIONAL). Please bring disposable gloves and a dust mask if you have them.
Bow Hunter Safety
with Michael Mayo
(Please note: This is a Bow Hunter class, NOT Crossbow. Crossbow Hunter Safety is not being offered at this time.)
This course is required for a first time Bow Hunting license and will cover such things as proper handling, accessories, safety, laws, ethics and responsibilities. Students MUST first complete the online portion of the course at the link below and bring a completion voucher and survival kit to the face-to-face skills and exam day on Saturday, October 27, 9am-4pm.
ONLINE LINK: www.bowhunter-ed.com/maine
Online portion must be completed prior to class and voucher MUST be brought to class for course completion.
with Suzette Moulton
Job searching? Let’s sharpen your job-related skills! Do you need to create or update your resume, create an email account, learn Microsoft Office basics, or refine your existing skills? Our Career Advisor, Suzette, will work one-on-one with you over six sessions to meet your career-focused computer needs. Work on creating documents appropriate for the workplace and/or the basics of sending and receiving email messages as well as opening and attaching files. Call for more information or to set up a schedule. Registration: 6-week session, $50.
Career Exploration and Job Searching
with Suzette Moulton
Are you looking for a new job, a first job, or ready to explore a different field entirely? We can help by guiding you through job search strategies, interview skills, resume writing, career and interest assessments, tech skills, even your college search. Please call 345-3217 for an appointment with our Career & College Advisor. Registration: $50. Free to unemployed residents.
with Nathalie Roy
Give your furniture or cabinets a fresh new look with this simple painting method - at a fraction of the cost of buying new! Bring a small piece of wooden furniture to this class to create the vintage, cottage, antique or modern look you desire. No experience required! Mondays, October 22 and 29, 6-8pm. Registration: $24
Please bring to class: Small wooden piece of furniture cleaned in degreaser such as Dawn. Paint brush. Fine sandpaper. Furniture wax. Rags. Chalk paint (read manufacturer’s suggestion for amount of paint needed for your project).
with Sue Lasselle
For high school graduates who plan to enter college or vocational training, we offer classes required to meet pre-requisites and to brush up on specific skills. Registration: $50
Need more general preparation for the entire college experience? Please check out our no-cost 14-week College Transition class.
with Amy Hatch
THINKING ABOUT COLLEGE in the near future? This FREE program is designed to help you prepare, both academically and financially, to be successful in college. The College Transitions Program provides a review of reading, writing and math using both face-to-face and online interaction in the true spirit of current college trends. During the course we'll take tours of local colleges, make vital connections with college community members, and get assistance with the college application and financial aid process. Going to college can improve your chances of getting a better paying job, making more money and increasing the quality of life for yourself and your family. Let us help you turn your dreams of college success into a reality! Call for more information about our simple application process. Classes Wednesday, September 26 through December 19th from 1:30-4:30pm.