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Router Basics (Wednesdays)

$39

with Rick Gallion

Calendar Oct 2, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

The Router is the second most important power tool in any shop. It is also the most versatile. Learn the basic techniques of using this tool, some of the shop made jigs that make it do more, and what to look for when purchasing a router. No materials needed. 

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.

Full Course

Salem Undiscovered

$129
Calendar Oct 26, 2019 at 7 am, runs for 1 week

Join Five Town CSD Adult Ed participants for a day-long adventure in Salem, Massachusetts. We will arrive late morning to begin your day of adventures in the historic city. Salem has much to offer whether it be witches, or pirates, the Pioneer Village, or the world-famous Peabody Essex Museum. Hop aboard the Salem Trolley for a tour of the city. Visit Pickering Wharf with its many unique shops, the House of Seven Gables, or Ye Olde Pepper company, the oldest candy shop in America. Walk along the historic streets of Salem, home to the infamous 1692 witch trials. For foodies, there are no less than 60 restaurants, coffee shops, and cafes to sample. Maps and information packets will be provided to plan your own individual adventure.

Fee includes transportation by coach bus. Meals and site admission fees not included. Transportation provided by Northeast Charter and Tours. No refunds after 10/7.

Saturday, 10/26/19

Time: 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.Location: Departs CHRHS 7:00 AM arrive back at CHRHS at 9:00 PM. Pickups at MVHS in Waldoboro, Great Salt Bay School in Newcastle, and the Park & Ride in Yarmouth. Rest stop at Kennebunk Plaza. Fee: $129.

Scams, Fraud & Identity Theft

Free

with Amy Schram

Calendar Nov 25, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

This course will cover the most common scams currently circulating the community, the major “red flags” to watch out for, and the precautionary steps we can take to protect ourselves from falling victim to identity theft.

Amy Schram serves as BBB’s Manager of Community Relations. Her focus is to foster the business to consumer relationship and educate the public at large on all BBB programs and services. She delivers, on average, 200 programs each year speaking to thousands of business and community members throughout Eastern Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

 

Sculpture in 3-D: Viewing, Appreciating, and Finding Contemporary Sculpture

$84

with Geoffrey Bates

Calendar Oct 1, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 7 weeks

During seven lively sessions, we’ll examine “How to Look at Art”, sculptural processes, historical developments and relationships between painting, architecture, and sculpture in the Western world, and the ascendance of major contemporary movements. We’ll finish with a visual tour of sculpture parks across the U.S. Course structure will focus on chronological connections and emphasize a personal approach to viewing sculpture. No art experience is necessary!

Geoff Bates has over forty-five years of experience as an artist, educator, and museum professional. He recently retired as Director and Curator of the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park, located outside Chicago, Illinois.

Sharpening Woodworking Tools (Thursdays)

$39

with Rick Gallion

Calendar Oct 3, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

The first thing to learn about woodworking is sharpening the tools you will be using. In this course you will learn to sharpen bench chisels, plane irons, card scrapers, cabinet scrapers and marking knives. We will be using a grinder, a burnisher and water stones to put a razor edge on your tools. Bring in your grandad’s old plane or chisel or a new tool. They will all need sharpening. 

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.

Sharpening Woodworking Tools (Wednesdays)

$39

with Rick Gallion

Calendar Oct 16, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

The first thing to learn about woodworking is sharpening the tools you will be using. In this course you will learn to sharpen bench chisels, plane irons, card scrapers, cabinet scrapers and marking knives. We will be using a grinder, a burnisher and water stones to put a razor edge on your tools. Bring in your grandad’s old plane or chisel or a new tool. They will all need sharpening. 

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.

Singing World Music - Session 1

$69

with Susan Gallagher Borg

Calendar Sep 24, 2019 at 7 pm, runs for 6 weeks

People all around the world sing – for joy, in sorrow, to hold their communities together. We will sing rousing and gentle folk songs, rounds and dance songs from Europe, Asia, the MiddleEast, Africa, South America and here at home.

Our musical travels will teach us a bit about other cultures. All singers, beginning and experienced alike, are welcome. Singing technique will be taught, as we go along. Bring your curiosity and enthusiasm!

Newly arrived in Maine, Susan Gallagher Borg has sung world music for many years in Vermont. There she sang with the acappella world music group Womensing and directed the Allegro Choruses for children and adults.

Singing World Music - Session 2

$69

with Susan Gallagher Borg

Calendar Nov 5, 2019 at 7 pm, runs for 6 weeks

People all around the world sing – for joy, in sorrow, to hold their communities together. We will sing rousing and gentle folk songs, rounds and dance songs from Europe, Asia, the MiddleEast, Africa, South America and here at home.

Our musical travels will teach us a bit about other cultures. All singers, beginning and experienced alike, are welcome. Singing technique will be taught, as we go along. Bring your curiosity and enthusiasm!

Newly arrived in Maine, Susan Gallagher Borg has sung world music for many years in Vermont. There she sang with the acappella world music group Womensing and directed the Allegro Choruses for children and adults.





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