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HOW TO USE A SMART PHONE: NO YOU’RE NOT A DUMMY
with Megan Brown
Afraid to ask someone how to use your phone? Don’t be! The truth is most of us find out as we go. Different phones often have the same things in different places. Let’s join forces and figure this out together! Please pre-register as space is limited.
HOMEOPATHY FOR COLDS AND FLU
with Kathy Hewey
Come learn some top homeopathic remedies to have on hand for winter coughs, colds, and flu. We will also talk about choosing the best remedy and how to administer doses. Check out Kathy’s website at healing-light-homeopathy.square.site Please pre-register as we need a minimum of 4 people to run this class.
FOSTER CARE/ADOPTION Q&A - LIVE ONLINE
with Kasey McDonough
oin the A Family for ME program for a live, virtual conversation about becoming a foster/adoptive parent in Maine. Recruitment Specialists will answer your questions about the different ways to provide care for infants, teens, and siblings. If you’ve ever considered foster care or adoption, this is an excellent opportunity to learn more and get your questions answered! Learn about the licensing process and explore the various ways to support youth and provide care, including respite care. Discover ways to support foster families. Register directly at:
Second Monday of the Month
12- 1 p.m. or 6-7 p.m.
REAL ESTATE SALES AGENT COURSE INTRODUCTION TO THE ELEMENTS OF REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE -ONLINE
with Bob Joslyn
Topics covered include: industry overview/organization, Maine Real Estate Commission, agency relationships, product knowledge, property valuation, the appraisal process, financing the transaction, contracts, closings, and federal and state laws. Fee includes textbook PDF (hard copy available from Center for Real Estate for an additional fee), one year of access to the course, instructor feedback after the three quizzes and the final exam, and twice monthly Q&A drop-in sessions via Zoom. A certificate of completion is awarded with a grade of 75% or above, required for the state licensing exam ($85 fee), which must be taken within one year of satisfactory course completion. When you affiliate with a real estate agency and apply for your license, there is a $100 fee, along with a $21 criminal records check fee (some companies may offer to pay this fee when you affiliate with them). Required: Attendees must be 18 or older and have a high school diploma or equivalent to get a license, but a diploma is not required to take this class.
Time Varies: Course is “At Your Own Pace” but must be completed within one year.
Bob Joslyn has been a licensed real estate broker in ME since 1988 and a solo agent at Keller Williams Realty for the past eight years. He has enjoyed helping many buyers and sellers make informed real estate decisions. Bob has been an instructor at Husson University for more than 20 years, teaching numerous business courses
SCRABBLE WITH FRIENDS
with BML Staff/Volunteers
“Scrabble Meet” is a group of word game enthusiasts who enjoy the camaraderie of others as much as, if not more than, the challenges of finding “just the right” word match for scoring points in this ever-popular board game. We are always on the lookout for new players/friends.
Wed. 12-2:30 p.m., Ongoing, join anytime!
with BML Staff/Volunteers
What are Bonney Readers? Bonney Readers is a book discussion group that meets on the second Thursday of each month to discuss themes of various fiction and/or nonfiction books. Love a good story? Come and enjoy! Books are available through the Bonney Memorial Library via InterLibrary Loan. FMI: email email@example.com
Second Thursday of each month
6:30-7:30 p.m., Ongoing, join anytime!