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Aerobics ~ Low Impact
with Lois Davis
Come to a fun and exciting low impact aerobics class where you work out at your own pace. Relieve stress, improve cardio, tone, and make new friends.
Aromatherapy Diffuser Jewelry
with Jenny Spencer
Diffuser jewelry is a creative and fun way to use essential oils on the go. Learn how to design bracelets and necklaces made with lava beads, and other stones. Take home a free sample of essential oil to use with your new bracelet.
Students will need $25.00 to cover the Materials and is payable to the instructor first class night.
Bee Keeping for Beginners
with Mark Reifschneider
This beginner bee keeping class will educate those interested in getting involved with BEES. Some of the discussion will be about assembling bee equipment, installing a nuc, controlling swarming, and dealing with varro mites. Other topics will be how and when to harvest honey, split hives and winterize the bees. *$50, the cost of book and donation to the local bee keeper?s association, given to the instructor on the first night of class.
with Petra Prokopova
Please bring a thick exercise/yoga mat for adequate cushioning of the spine.
Making a Difference - Supporting People with Disabilities
with Jodi Eldridge
Have you considered a career in supporting people with disabilities? In this course, you will discover the multiple opportunities available in the Human Service, Direct Support field. We will discuss qualifications and training opportunities in an overiew of this rewarding field of employment.
Jodi Eldridge is a Human Resources Training Coordinator at ESM Inc. in Augusta.
Winter Rambles for Seniors and Other Free Spirits
with Sam Horine
"It's a great art to saunter!" Henry David Thoreau, 1817-1862 American poet, essagyist, and naturalist
Walking is a good exercise, it promotes good converstations with fellow walkers and the opportunity to observe one's surroundings. so , for those with some free time, I'm organizing a couple of 'rambles' a month – starting in October and ending in March. Most 'rambles' will be in rural areas with a few, in urban settings.
All will be within a 40 miles radius of Skowhegan.
• January 'ramble' will embrace the cold - and maybe stop along the way for a hot bowl of soup.
• February 'ramble' will bring out the snowshoes.
• March 'ramble' hwill begin to say goodbye to winter and look for signs of spring.
While most 'rambles' will take place in the afternoon, some will start earlier in the day. At times , we may want to car pool to a starting point.
Good walking shoes, warm comfortable clothing, and the yen to explore are the only essential elements needed.
We will meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday starting January 15!