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Our Classes

12 Critical Things Your Family Needs to Know

$4

with Margaret Barnes Heath

Calendar Apr 25, 2018 at 6:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Life is full of surprises: crazy weather, car accidents, stroke, or even death.  Where are your important documents for your loved ones to find? You have two choices: Get your affairs in order today or leave your loved ones with a giant mess down the road. This is a two-part class for all adults to not only learn which documents are essential to have, but also how to fill them out appropriately. (Ages 18+) Please note: The two meeting dates are April 25 and May 16.

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Basic Computer Skills

$20

with Tammy McNulty

Calendar Apr 23, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 4 weeks

Need a brush-up on your basic computer skills? Would you like to use Google for more than a search engine?  Explore the many different applications that Google has to offer. Not only will we look at the mail and search engine features, you’ll discover how to use Docs (word processing), Sheets (spreadsheet), Drive, Hangouts, Calendar, Maps/Earth, and more. If you can’t bring your own wi-fi capable laptop or device to class, please let us know so that we can provide one for you to use. Tammy McNulty, an IT instructor for Sacopee Valley schools, will lead the class. (Ages 18 +)

Basic Home Repair For Women, part 3

$5

with Kim Ray

Calendar Jun 9, 2018 at 1:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Kim Ray from the Cornish Hardware Store is going strong as she is presenting still another workshop session in home repair at the Hendrick House. Please bring in your own window sash that needs repairing and glass replacement, so Kim can guide you on how to replace the glass, how to glaze, and more. All the necessary tools, including glazing points, heat gun, putty knives, etc. will be available for class use. When registering for this class, please add any questions that you may have for Kim. (Ages 18 +)

Beginning American Sign Language (ASL)

$45

with Sherry Elliott

Calendar Apr 24, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 10 weeks

This course is an introduction to American Sign Language and deaf culture. It focuses on gaining basic competence in signing in functional settings. In-depth coverage will surround ASL in its natural mode. Emphasis will be placed on frequently used signs and basic rules of grammar. For beginners! Come learn and have fun!  (Ages 18+) Please purchase text prior to class: Signing Illustrated by Mickey Floodin, Berkley Publishing.

Bicycle Care and Maintenance

$10

with David Newman

Calendar May 17, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 3 weeks

The Local Gear is a wonderful, new bicycle shop right here in the Sacopee Valley! Owner and bike expert, David Newman, who ran the Bike Shop in Porter for years, will host a three-part series on bike care. From repairing tires to fine tuning gears to adjusting brakes, Dave will demonstrate how to take care of your bike so that you can enjoy your ride to the fullest! Bring your bike if available. A 10% discount store coupon will be granted to each participant. (Ages 18 +)             

Blazo-Leavitt Homestead Tour

Free

with Peter Cyr

Calendar Jun 3, 2018 at 1 am, runs for 1 week

The Blazo-Leavitt Homestead was built by William Blazo in North Parsonsfield. The ell--with one large chimney--was built in 1812. The main section of the house--with four more chimneys--was added in 1817. It is a two-story Portsmouth Federal-style home with elaborate doorways, ornate interior woodwork, a Palladian window over the front door, and a large central hall. It was in the same family until 1974. From 1977 until 2008, the homestead went through four different owners. From 2008 until late 2013, the structure was vacant. The present owner has been in the process of restoring the homestead since November 2013. It is now finished! The Rufus-Porter type murals and graining by artist Sandy Howe are outstanding. The Blazo-Leavitt Homestead is located on Route 160 South in North Parsonsfield, diagonally across the street from the Parsonsfield Seminary.  Please note: There is no charge for this tour, but donations benefitting the Parsonsfield-Porter Historical Society can be contributed at the time of the tour.(Ages 18+)

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Crochet Yourself a Beautiful Brimmed Hat

$10

with Kelly Stacey

Calendar May 1, 2018 at 6:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Do you want to start and finish a crocheting project for yourself? Let’s learn from Kelly Stacey how to stitch and finish off a lovely brimmed. Bring one skein of #4 Red Heart yarn (the color of your choosing) and a crochet hook (#9 or I). Come join us and enjoy working with yarn again.  (Ages 18+)

Cupcake Decorating

$8

with Missy Cox Tanya Eastman

Calendar May 7, 2018 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

With just a handful of candies, a can of frosting, and a zip-lock bag, you are on your way to jazzing up some ordinary cupcakes for holidays and other events. With expert help from Missy and Tanya, you will learn “some tricks of the trade” of how to spread, swirl, edge, and mound the frosting, while creating some one-of-a-kind-designs that are both appealing and edible. All decorating items are included with the instruction.  Materials fee is to bring six of your own baked cupcakes. (Ages 18+)





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