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"ME Suicide Prevention Program"

Free

with Laurie Cavanaugh

Calendar Jun 18, 2018 at 5:30 pm

"Maine Suicide Prevention Program: Education, Resources & Support - It's Up to ALL of Us"

Presented by Laurie Cavanaugh, CPSP, Regional Parent Support Coordinator

Suicide is a significant concern in Maine and nationwide, but we can do something about it. Come learn more about what you can do to prevent suicide. The goals of the workshop are to heighten awareness about suicide in Maine and beyond. Increate the ability to speak openly about suicide; provide information about the risks and protective factors associated with suicide, teach what warning signs and clues to look for; teach skills to intervene when concerned someone might be considering suicide; and provide helpful resources for participants. 

Continuing Crochet

$30

with Samantha Dimmick

Calendar Apr 30, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 4 weeks

Any level crocheter who needs help starting a new project or finishing a work in progress. You will learn how to read a crochet pattern and start a new project. Participants must bring a printed or digital copy of their chosen pattern and suggested yark and hook from pattern notes. Please pick patterns that are labeled as beginner or easy. Alternatively, students can chose to practice new stitches by making dishclothes or a baby afghan. Knowledge of basic crochet stitches a must. 

This 4wk class is held on Mondays, beginning April 30th thru May 21st from 6-8P.

Cost is $30 - 2 people required to run course, 6 person max

Fitness: TABATA

$75

with Keena Sullivan

Calendar May 2, 2018 at 5:45 pm, runs for 8 weeks

This is a NEW 8wk TABATA (High Intensity Interval Training) class! 

Keena makes this class perfect for any fitness level, ability and age!

Join us OUTSIDE at Sabattus Primary School, in the case of inclement weather, class will be held INSIDE!

Hunter Safety & Firearms Course

$10

with Michael Mayo

Calendar May 12, 2018 at 9 am

Skills and exam day will be held at Litchfield Sportsmans Club; class will start at 9a and end around 4P! Up to 35 participants and $10/ea!

The staff at the Sportsman's Club will have hot lunch options available, at an additional cost! Hot dogs, cheeseburgers, hamburgers, drinks (soda and water), coffee, etc.

Registration via Maine Adult Education website can be done with or without paying online. 

The Online Course portion requires that students complete the knowledge portion of the course online and attend a skills and exam day which is about 7 hours. Students complete quizzes and exam as they do the online course and are provided with a voucher to attend the skills and exam day upon completion of the online exam. 

The OH AdEd does have computers available for participants to complete the online portion at no cost. Appointments are required. Student hrs are M-Th from 5-8P. Please call the day prior to reserve a computer!

In the skills and exam session students must demonstrate to the instructor that they can safely handle a firearm, participate in activities, bring in a survival kit with appropriate contents and pass a 50 question test with a grade of at least 70%. Students must complete the online course and provide voucher number to register for the Skills and Exam Day. Students must also bring the voucher to the first class.

Please visit www.hunter-ed.com/maine to complete the online portion of the course.

Keyboarding Review

Free

with Kelli Gilzow

Calendar Feb 16, 2018 at 5 pm, runs for 13 weeks

Overview of basic computer skills, an easy to use 'roadmap' to prepare students for daily use of the computer for communication. This is not a substitute for a full 'typing class'. Keyboarding skills will need to be demonstrated at a 25 WPM minimum.

Four main skill areas will be covered; Mouse skills, Navigation skills, Keyboarding skills & word processing skills. 

Preserving the Harvest

$25

with Cooperative Extension Educator

Calendar May 24, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Preserving the Harvest - A Hands-on Food Preservation Workshop

Ever wonder how to preserve all those garden vegetables? This hands-on food preservation workshop taught by UMaine Cooperative Extension volunteers and staff will teach you the basic steps for canning and freezing. 

Participants will receive a "Perserving the Harvest" food preservation packet, and will learn recommended methods for preserving foods, the latest and safest recipes, about equipment to insure safety and how to check for properly sealed jars. 

Please bring a potholder with you to the workshop!

Cost of the course covers materials and other costs of the workshop supplies and participant packets. *Scholarships are available from UMaine Extension to cover the materials fee. 

Contact: Kate McCarty for scholarship details: kate.mccarty@maine.edu

Road Trip: Quincy Market

$79

with Jim Palmer

Calendar May 12, 2018 at 7 am

Get your friends together and come join us for a one-day trip to Boston on Saturday, May 2nd. 

The $79 fee will include roundtrip motor coach transportation to Quincy Market. Once there, you will have 6 hours to tour the City, visit historical sights, go shopping or dine at restruants of your choice and at your leisure. 

You do not have to worry about paying tolls, driving down and back or finding a parking spot in the city! 

Space is very limited, so register early if you are interested. 

Interested parties, will car pool in the district van from Oak Hill High School to the Exit 49 Park N Ride (off of 295) to meet the motorcoach.

Tumble with Cat

$75

with Cat Haley

Calendar May 16, 2018 at 2:15 pm, runs for 6 weeks

We are so excited to announce a 6th session of Tumble with Cat Haley! Over the past sessions, weve acquired tumbling/performance assiting mats, barrels, and cheese mats! 

Youngest age is 4, enrolled in a PreK program & to the oldest and advanced ability! Cat will work with you to perform, perfect and establish your tumble skills! Boys and girls are welcome and encouraged to attend! 

6wks long session and class runs for a full hr! Wkly classes are held at Oak Hill High School in the CAFE.

Classes are formed by age and ability, with information collected at time of registration. 

For newbies to our program, please be as detail specific as you can in describing your child(ren)'s tumbe ability. 

Class times are held between 215P & 715P start times. 215P, 330P, 445P, 6P & 715P! When completing the registration form, please indicate which time slot is your preferred time slot. We will make every effort to accomodate when creating groups and setting times*.

*This is done within a wk of the class start date!

Spring 2018 Dates: Wednesdays, May 16th-June 20th, 2018.





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