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Medicare and Understanding It (Online)


with Robert Harvey

Calendar Apr 21, 2021 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

This course will review the following areas: when you are eligible for Medicare benefits; the timeline to enroll for Medicare benefits without penalties; what original Medicare covers and does not cover; and what additional plans are available that work in conjunction with original Medicare. Financial assistance options will also be discussed briefly.

Robert Harvey is a licensed Life and Health agent with offices in Brunswick and Scarborough Maine. He has been assisting clients with reviewing and enrolling in individual health insurance plans and transitioning on to Medicare coverage for the last 10 years.

Homemade Ramen!
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Homemade Ramen!


with Chris Toy

Fresh noodles in a hot savory broth with tasty toppings. Ramen, the ultimate comfort food. Join bestselling cookbook author and cooking instructor, Chris Toy for an evening of Homemade Ramen. He’ll show you how to make fresh ramen noodles, savory broth, flavorful tare, and succulent toppings for creating your own personalized ramen bowls. There will be options for omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans. Recipes will be selected from his new Easy Ramen Cookbook. Signed copies are included with the class.

NOTE: In order to maintain social distancing class size is limited to six so register early!

Table Saw Basics (Thursdays)


with Rick Gallion

Calendar Apr 22, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

The table saw is the most important tool in the shop.  It does more than just cut wood to exact dimensions; it also does joinery, molding, and with a few simple jigs that you can make, it will also do specialty cuts.  Learn how to get the most from your saw, how to use it safely, and what to look for when purchasing a saw.  The course will be taught using the amazing new SawStop, the saw with the built-in brake system that prevents injury from a spinning blade. No materials needed. 

Please note: All courses will adhere rigorously to all Covid guidelines in effect during the period of the course.

Instructor Rick Gallion has been a professional woodworker for over thirty years and has taught many students the craft of woodworking. His shop is designed as a teaching facility. All classes will be held at the Clary Lake Woodworking School at 777 Gardiner Road (Hwy 126), Jefferson. Class size is limited. Safety glasses provided for each class.

Outdoor Tai Chi/Qigong Basics


with Mary Anne Moisan

Calendar Apr 28, 2021 at 5 pm, runs for 6 weeks

This class is for people new to Tai Chi/Qigong. Using slow, fluid, rounded movements you will learn to integrate the basic principles of Tai Chi and Qigong into specific movement patterns or “gestures”. We will coordinate our gestures with breathing patterns and imagery to create a type of moving meditation. This gentle movement activity is accessible to individuals of all fitness levels, and is taught and practiced both sitting and standing.

This class is presented as a foundation for more specialized classes offered by this instructor.

Mary Anne Moisan is a Physical and Occupational Therapist with specific training in Tai Chi and Qigong for rehabilitation. Specific certifications include: Balance Enhancement Specialist, Neck and Shoulder Dysfunction, Tai Chi for Pulmonary Health.

Make-Up Techniques for Your Everyday Life (Online)


with Candance Sandborn

Calendar Apr 28, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

In this class, you will learn makeup application techniques to enhance your everyday appearance! Please send 3 photos (front-face only, side-jaw line, front-face, hairstyle and glasses if applicable) to the email listed below no later than 2 days before class. This class will be held via video conferencing. A link will be provided after registration is received. Please do not wear make-up to class and have the following items on hand: Mirror, tissues, foundation, face powder, concealers, 3 eyeshadows, application brushes, eyeliner, brow pencil, blush, lip pencil, lipstick. For questions : (207)576-7500 or email

'Clean' Cleaners for Your Home


with Heather Emerson

Calendar Apr 28, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Have you tried to read the back of your household cleaning products lately? Most are filled with toxic ingredients that clean our homes but harm our health. In this make and take class, participants will learn how to make 4 different cleaners that work great but are made with everyday ingredients right from the pantry. Instructor will provide all materials and take home containers.

Zumba Session 2 (Online)
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Zumba Session 2 (Online)


with Becca Douin

Stuck at home? Missing the gym or excercising? Need a fun way to burn off steam and excercise? Want to see other people while social distancing? Then join me for Virtual Zumba class. Classes will be taught on the Zoom platform, so you can do it anywhere! We offer two sessions Tuesdays or Thursdays. Classes might look different but it is still Zumba. You must provide your email when you register, so your instructor can provide link to access the class. It is tough in these challenging times to find a way to exercise, but group classes are still a great way to burn calories, stay limber, and get blood flowing! This class will be held via Zoom. You will be provided with a link once registration is received. Get together with a friend or family member and stay healthy with a fun exercise class!

Becca Douin has been a ZIN™ Member since June 2013 and she loves teaching Zumba® classes! She is currently licensed to teach Zumba®, Zumba Gold®, Zumba® Kids & Kids Jr., and Zumba® Step.

A Field Course in Old Barns


with Les Fossel

Calendar Apr 28, 2021 at 6:30 pm

Please note: This course will adhere rigorously to all Covid guidelines in effect during the period of the course

This is a course for people who have an old barn (that perhaps needs repairs), want an old barn, or just love old barns! The emphasis will be on practical ways to maintain your old barn at an affordable cost. The first session is in the classroom. After that, meetings will be held in the old barns of class members. There will be as many sessions as are required to visit the barns of class members who want their barns visited (by 12 students or less – as necessary under state guidelines).

The last class will be a potluck supper at the instructor’s house, where class members can see the instructor’s cabinetmaking shop and barns, and delve into his reference library on early buildings (one of the very best in Maine).

NOTE: Following the first class, the day and time of future classes will be determined by class members in a way to accommodate as many individual schedules as possible.

Les Fossel is one of Maine’s foremost experts on early buildings. His award-winning business has specialized in preserving our early buildings since 1975. He has lectured throughout Maine and the Northeast, including as a faculty member for the University of Southern Maine. More information on his business is available at: 

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