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Sacopee Valley Adult & Community Education



Personal Enrichment

RESIN ART: PLANT LABELS

$15

with Kerrie Doyle

Calendar May 6, 2024 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

It’s easy, fun, and unique! Use UV resin, paints, and embellishments to create plant labels this Spring! Make 4-6 in one evening. Materials fee $10 Make 4-6 unique pieces in this one-night class; no experience necessary. Bring a pair of scissors. Materials fee of $10 is payable to instructor at class. Please pre-register as a minimum of 4 people is required to run the course. 

AGING WELL & HAPPY

Free

with Marianne Wyer

Calendar May 7, 2024 at 11 am, runs for 3 weeks

Class topic and discussion of getting older, living longer, and enjoying the process: What is a Blue Zone? What’s love got to do with it? What moves you? What is in your genes? Let’s explore these questions and share the journey! Please pre-register as we need a minimum of 4 people to run the course.

 

RELAX AND PAINT WITH SUE, MAY SESSION

$30

with Sue Cannafarina

Calendar May 10, 2024 at 1 pm, runs for 1 week

It’s been a long week, and time to relax! Join local artist Sue Cannafarina for this two-hour class of monthly Friday evening painting fun while learning techniques used by the impressionists and Bob Ross (Lol). Bring a beautiful image to life ranging from still lifes, landscapes, and object studies. No experience is necessary, and all materials are provided. These are great opportunities to spend time with friends or make new ones. Bring home a work of art each meeting! Classes run once a month through June. Please Note: Each month is a separate session. Each session is $30/pp/per class. Pre-registration for each class is required as class size is limited.

SMAA 101

Free

with Deborah Condello

Calendar May 13, 2024 at 10:30 am, runs for 1 week

The Southern Maine Agency on Aging serves 28,000 clients annually with the help of over 400 volunteers. We are the focal point in Cumberland and York counties for resources, services and information, to empower older adults, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers to live to their fullest potential. Join us as we go over available services and activities to include adult day programming, benefit checks and application assistance, Medicare counseling, money management, caregiver education and support, volunteer opportunities, physical wellness classes, and nutrition services to include Meals on Wheels.

COMPUTER LITERACY FOR ADULTS & SENIORS, Session 2

$3

with Renee Payeur

Calendar May 13, 2024 at 3 pm, runs for 2 weeks

It’s not just a matter of teaching old, young, or other “dogs” new tricks. You can do it! Technology is more user-friendly than you may realize. Learn the basics of informational and transferable skills focusing on what you want to do and how to simplify life using your computer, laptop, or tablet as well as the Internet and Gmail. Bring your laptop or tablet. If you need one to use, just let us know. Please pre-register as space is limited.

UNDERSTANDING MEDICARE

Free

with Aaron Manning

Calendar May 14, 2024 at 5 pm, runs for 1 week

We know this is no easy task! Join Aaron Manning of HealthMarkets Insurance Agency as he explains some of the ”ins'' and “outs'' to include when an individual is eligible for Medicare benefits, the timeline to enroll for benefits without penalties, what original Medicare does and doesn’t cover, what additional plans are available that work in conjunction with Original Medicare, and even possible financial assistance options. Come with your questions and concerns! Please pre-register as a minimum of 4 people is required to run the course.

RISE & SHINE GREENHOUSES & NURSERY AND LEARN ABOUT THE ENTIRE AMISH COMMUNITY AT PORTER PLAINS

Free

with TBA ...

Calendar May 16, 2024 at 4 pm, runs for 1 week

History says that the Amish began arriving in Maine in the mid-1990s, buying reasonably-priced farmlands to practice their faith and raise their families. In the Sacopee area, there is a growing Amish Community on the Porter Plain off of South Hiram Road. You have most likely noticed the bicycles and horse-drawn wagons in our area and enjoyed fresh, delicious products from the First Fruits Produce Market on South Hiram Road. One of their newest community-friendly businesses is the Rise and Shine Greenhouses and Nursery with beautiful hanging baskets, ready to plant flowers, both annuals and perennials, vegetable and herb starts, and a full line of nursery products. Other ventures in the community include multiple sawmills providing rough-cut lumber, a furniture shop, an insulation business, a harness shop, and an egg farm. Join us and learn more about this unique and peaceful community. No fees or donations are expected. You are welcome to make purchases from the Greenhouse; cash or check only. The Meeting place is located inside the Amish Community of Porter Plains at the Rise and Shine Greenhouses. Please note: This tour is to discuss our overall community. We will not be going to each property. Please pre-register as space is limited.

Located at North Wind Road off of South Hiram Road.

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PLANNING FOR END-OF-LIFE ISSUES

$3

with Chad Poitras

Calendar May 16, 2024 at 5 pm, runs for 1 week

If it weren’t stressful enough to lose a loved one, the paperwork and details that need attention after a funeral can be overwhelming. Knowing what to expect helps you plan ahead. This course is designed to inform you of the steps you need to take to ensure that this process goes smoothly. Please pre-register as a minimum of 3 people is required to run the course.

 

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