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Card Making Made Easy - Session 3
with Lorna Plourde
These cards are all hand made from the heart-one you’d be proud to give to anyone. You will never need to go to the store and buy another Birthday, Anniversary or Get Well card, etc. In this class students will learn how to create and design their own cards using new decorating techniques, finishes and additional embellishments. The first Thursday of each month, students will complete a minimum of 3-5 cards each session. Come join a fun filled evening and learn how to make beautiful homemade cards. There will be a door prize each session. All supplies are provided. Students must pay lab fee of 4.00 dollars to the instructor on the first night of class. Thirty dollars for all three (Oct., Nov., Dec.) classes or 12.00 for one session
- Lab fee - $4.00
Cleaning with Essential Oils
with Mary Alderman
Come and join us and learn how chemicals in your cleaning supplies are making your home toxic and what you can do about it. We will discuss how you can detox your natural cleaning supplies you can easily make at home. We will also discuss why you should clean with essential oils, the science behind using essential oils, safety guidelines and tips for cleaning with essential oils, which oils to use and you will receive recipes for making products for your laundry, bathroom, kitchen, carpets, glass, wood and even the air! You will also learnsome of the basics about essential oils, we can answer any questions you might have, and introduce you to some of the most popular oils and how to use them. There is a 15.00 dollar lab fee, paid to the instructor the night of class. This is just in time for Spring cleaning!!
Jelly and Jam Basic's
with Deb Barnett
Would you like the fresh taste of homemade applesauce or strawberry jam all year long? This hands on food preservation workshop will teach you the basic steps for hot water canning and freezing, Participants will receive a "Preserving the Harvest" food preservation packet, and will learn recommende methods for preserving foods, the latest and safest recipes. You will also learnabout equipment to insure safty and how to check for properly sealed jars. Please bring a potholder to class with you. You will take home a jar of whatever we prepare for the evening. A twenty dollar lab fee is paid to the instructor the night of class.
The College Admission Process
with Wendy Thompson
How do colleges really choose students? High school students and adults and parents will learn about the many factors college admissions officers consider when choosing applicants. This interactive workshop will demonstrate the role essays, interviews, grades and other factors play in the admission decisions colleges make. Wendy spent twelve years on the Bowdoin college Admissions staff, where she evaluated thousands of applications and conducted hundreds of interviews.