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Accessorizing with Scarves
with Deb Francis
Do you want to know how to tie all those scarves you have? Deb from Christopher & Banks in Bangor will walk you through how to tie and accessorize with scarves and other items she will bring with her.
with Kate Garland
Learn the basics of pruning a variety of woody plants including ornamental trees, shrubs and small fruits. This workshop is geared toward the backyard gardener as well as those working in a related field. Minimum class size 8.
Blue Lake Paint Night
with Melinda Guise
A perfect reminder of camp in the evening. Come with a group of friends and make this painting to adorn the walls of camp or just remind you of it at home. No experience is needed and all painting materials are provided for a $10 fee.
with Laurie Bowen
UMaine Community Education Assistant, Laurie Bowen, will teach you the basic steps for canning and freezing rhubarb. Participants will receive a food preservation packet and will learn recommended methods for preserving foods. Everyone will go home with a jar of what we make.
with Melissa Smith
New to Medicare and want to learn more? This is the class for you! This workshop is specifically designed for those who will be newly eligible for Medicare: either people who are soon to be age 65, or those who are younger but disabled and who will be eligible for Medicare in the future. The presentation will explain the coverage Medicare offers and also will explain other Medicare products such as Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare D, Medicare Savings Programs, and Medicare Supplemental Insurances.
Basic Fly Casting
The goal of this course is to provide students with the casting skills necessary to fish effectively on your own. This is a “hands-on” course, so your time will be spent with a fly rod in hand, working on your own casting. Most instruction will be done in small groups, but casting suggestions will also be offered on an individual basis. Videotape analysis of your casting stroke will be provided. Students are encouraged to use their own fly rod and reel, but the equipment will be available for anyone who needs it. Please do not buy new equipment just to take this course.
Pink Trees Paint Night
with Obrianna Cornelius
This one night paint and sip style class is intended for people who want a fun and creative evening out. The instructor is fun and easy to follow as she teaches you through creating your own painting. Come alone or invite friends, this is a perfect environment to flex your artistic muscles and have fun! This will be an acrylic painting of pink blossom trees with a cityscape in the background. Feel free to improvise and choose your own colors while the teacher explains the method! Feel free to bring along a coffee or tea, a snack will be provided!
$15 Material fee paid to instructor
Watercolor Painting after the Masters
with Obrianna Cornelius
Watercolor Painting After the Masters
Painting After the Masters is a fun new course being offered by Obrianna. It is designed for students who have already had basic experience painting in watercolor. Each week we will learn about a different famous artist and his techniques. Each class we will apply what we have learned about his style and techniques to a painting of our own. Walk away with your very own Turners, Wyeths and Sargents!
Must have by the first class
Canson Watercolor Paper 9x12, 140lb
Cup or Jar to hold water
Pallette with enough wells to hold all the student's paints
Paper towels for cleaning up
A bag to transport to and from class
Not required items, but these are helpful and fun to have:
Board to stretch paper onto and for transportation
Portfolio case or some sort of tote to transport supplies to and from class
Micron Pens for inking and/or signing artwork