with ELYSE RUDNER
The new yoga stream will be six weeks and each class will repeat the sequence of postures so that students have an opportunity to fine-tune each posture-flow-transition and learn the sequence to practice on one’s own, if desired. The instructor will offer modifications to make the practice accessible to a wide range of abilities. We will end each class with a blissful relaxation/savasana. Be ready to push your edge and develop confidence in your ability to move, grow, stretch and breathe to your heart’s content.
Students will need a yoga mat. Yoga blocks 3"x6"x9" suggested, but not required.
There will be no class on October 12, 2020.
Exercise Science and Nutrition: “Weighing Your Options”
with Sue Dow
Come join this fantastic class that will focus on nutritional, mental, physical and emotional health. Build personal confidence and surround yourself with a supportive group. There will be a weekly confidential weigh in time followed by a short nutritional goal to work towards for the next week. We will spend the remainder of the class exercising. We will be participating in walking, low-impact movement following an exercise video and weights. Each participant will set their own goals to work towards. Please bring a water bottle, an exercise mat/blanket and small hand held weights (3-5 lbs.) and a positive attitude.
with FAYE HODGKINS
The pattern fee of $15.00 includes the pattern and the work sheet. This fee is payable to the instructor.
Contact Faye Hodgkins (546-7196) or firstname.lastname@example.org for fabric requirements and quilt details.
American Heart Association CPR/FIRST AID
with Sue Dow
Earn a two year certification in American Heart Association CPR and First Aid training. This course is designed for people with no previous medical experience who want to be prepared to make a difference!
$60 is due directly to the instructor, Sue Dow.
$5 is due to the MSAD #37 Adult & Community Education Program
with LIN CORLISS
This is a free diploma class for those working on a high school diploma and the student will earn one diploma credit upon successful completion.
Non-diploma students are permitted to take the class as a refresher or as a prerequisite for college, but must pay $30 registration fee if you live in our school district or $35 if you live outside of MSAD #37. The class meets at Blessingscapes Gallery, 377 Saco Rd, Columbia
with RONIE STROUT
Learn more about the tradition of canning and preserving by learning about equipment, safety, and various recipes! Topics will include making jams/jellies, pickles, relish, salsa, shrubs, popcorn balls, and much more. Topics can be adjusted based on learner input.
with SHARON KELLER BEAL
Interested in communicating with the deaf? This 10 week course will give you some background into Deaf Culture. You will learn fingerspelling and some basic signs. There will be interaction between other students so you can practice as you go.
with Sue Dow
Students will work to earn a high school level English credit working with standards in reading, writing, and speaking. This class will meet in person and online rotating each week. If you need a device to access the class, please contact Mr. Brooks immediately so we can arrange for a device to be issued to you.
This class may be taken as a prerequiste class for college with a $30 fee for residents and a $35 fee for nonresidents.