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Central Lincoln County Adult Education

Our Classes

Effective Interviewing


with Goodwill Workforce Solutions

Calendar Oct 24, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

Gain the confidence you need to ace that interview and get the job! The key is to go in prepared! In this interviewing workshop, we will discuss interview preparation techniques, practice commonly asked questions, and learn to avoid some common interviewing mistakes.

Presented by Goodwill Workforce Solutions Staff.


Every Day Wellness


with Stacy Graffam

Calendar Nov 6, 2017 at 5:30 pm, runs for 5 weeks

We all hear about health and wellness everywhere we go, but it all seems complicated and overwhelming. Join me in this five week class and we will break it down together. Week 1: nutrition. Week 2: posture, core and balance. Week 3: exercise and strength. Week 4: stretching and range of motion. Week 5: putting it all together.

Stacy L. Graffam is a Llicensed Massage Therapist, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and Senior Fitness Specialist.


Exercise Ball Class


with Stacy Graffam

Calendar Sep 25, 2017 at 5:30 pm, runs for 5 weeks

Learn how to turn your exercise ball into a home gym without the expense! This class is core-strength based; you will learn how to find, use and improve upon your own core strength, posture, and balance. Come join us to get a full body workout and learn how to use your ball at work and at home. Bring an exercise ball (55-65 cm), 3 or 5 pound hand weights and water to class. All ability levels are welcome.

Stacy L. Graffam is a Llicensed Massage Therapist, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and Senior Fitness Specialist.


Exploring the Natural History of Lincoln County


with Stan LeQuire

Calendar Oct 12, 2017 at 7 pm, runs for 6 weeks

This is a basic, exploratory course designed to help you feel both aware and knowledgeable about the natural history and features of the Lincoln County area. The course assumes that the student has no or minimal knowledge of natural history and our local area, but desires to appreciate the natural and human heritage of our region. Beginning with water and stone, and continuing through plants, animals and humans, students will learn how to find, identify, and enjoy the significance of our immediate area.

Stan L. LeQuire is a life-long nature guide and teacher.


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Foraging for Wild, Edible & Medicinal Plants


with Tom Seymour

Calendar Sep 30, 2017 at 10 am, runs for 1 week

This class consists of a classroom seminar at Medomak Middle School followed by an outdoor field trip. At the class session, Tom will give a narrated presentation of on-screen photos of edible wild plants, some of which have medicinal uses as well. All plants shown and discussed are available in the midcoast region of Maine and none are rare, endangered or threatened (most are common garden “weeds”). At the end of the session, participants should have a new understanding of and greater appreciation for these common, useful, healthful and tasty wild treats. The outdoor field trip takes place at the nature trail behind Medomak Middle School. Please bring water, good walking shoes and a snack or lunch to class.

Tom Seymour is a Maine naturalist, Registered Maine Guide, freelance writer and book author. His book credits include Hiking Maine, Fishing Maine, Birding Maine, Forager’s Notebook, Wild Plants of Maine and many more.


Fresh Stuffed Pasta


with Chris Toy

Calendar Nov 9, 2017 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Who can resist warm tasty tender pockets of fresh hand rolled tortellini and ravioli filled with a variety of tasty fillings and savory sauces? Join Stonewall Cooking School Instructor Chris Toy for a night of making your own dough and feasting on several choices of herbed and multi-colored pastas, fillings and easy and flavorful sauces! Remember to bring some ziplock bags...just in case you make more than you can eat!

Chris Toy is a Stonewall Kitchen Cooking Instructor with a lifelong interest in cooking with an Asian-Downeast fusion flavor.


Garden Seeds From the Past


with Stephanie Blomquist

Calendar Oct 19, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

In this class we will discuss various grains, vegetables, and legumes that were once commonly grown throughout America on our farms and in our home gardens 50, 80, 100 and even 150 years ago. Many of these plants are not grown anymore in most backyard gardens. Some are hard to find, if not impossible, but there are many plants we can still grow, and maybe even save from being lost forever. We will explore why this is even important in the first place. We will even discuss how to potentially revive extinct varieties of plants for your garden. Participants will go home with a small sample of seeds to take home for their gardens.

Stephanie Blomquist is a very busy mother of four, and a self-employed part-time farmer. She has an avid interest in self sustainability, living off the land and homesteading.


Geology of the Midcoast Area


with David Pope

Calendar Oct 16, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 8 weeks

Explore the geology of our immediate area through classroom work and field trips. From glacial sculpting and erratics to the primordial origins of the rock units, Mid-Coast Maine tells many geological stories. This course includes an introduction to rock and mineral identification, plate tectonics, bedrock geology and glacial geology all in local context. Maps, written text and on-line sources will be used. The weekly class schedule and several short field trip dates will be firmed up at the first class. Student interests will guide the course.

David Pope grew up rockhounding in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. He holds both an undergraduate and graduate degree in geology. He recently authored “Geology of the Pemaquid Region, Mid-Coast Maine”.


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