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Cooking the Tastes of Cajun and Creole 12.2.20
with Jordan Benissan
Have you ever been curious about Cajun and Creole cuisine? It has amazing origins from several cultures. Jordan Benissen of Me Lon Togo recently added these cuisines to his menu to great success. You will learn the history and culture of this food with possible dishes such as Whole Red Snapper with Red Beans and Rice and Jambalaya, Gumbo, Cioppino (a stew which can include lobster, scallops, king crab legs, shrimp, basil, parsley, fennel, oregano, crushed red pepper, shallots, garlic, a vegetable white wine broth with tomato paste and fresh tomatoes), or the classic New Orleans dish, Étouffée.
Art Night Out - Stained Glass Hanging Art
with Sarah Walker
Learn the fundamentals of stained glass work while constructing a light-catching hanging artwork. Students will learn to copper foil and solder stained glass shards while incorporating wire to create links. The workshop fee includes all materials to make one artwork.
with Roy's Driver and Rider Education
Driver's Education courses at Camden Hills Regional High School will continue this year, however, due to COVID-19 restrictions, classes have been meeting on Zoom. This may change throughout the school year. For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.roysdriving.com.
Essential Oils for Immune System Support
with Laura Philbrook
There is a growing body of research demonstrating the efficacy of essential oils as agents of healing due to their antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiviral, immune-boosting, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. In this class we will learn about different essential oils that support our immune system and make essential oil infused elderberry syrup. Handouts and additional recipes will be provided. A materials fee of $20.00 is payable to the instructor at class.
with Keith Drago Rockport Public Library
Learn the basics of using your Android phone effectively and efficiently. You may bring your Android phone with you to follow along, or, if you prefer, just sit and watch. We will demonstrate how to operate the phone, change settings, navigate the web, and download and open apps. There will be time for questions after the class. This class is for the absolute beginner. We will NOT be covering iPhones. Class is free but you must register with adult ed.
Art Night Out - Drilled Seaglass Pendants and Keychain
with Sarah Walker
NEW ADDED CLASS! Learn the secrets to drilling glass, stones and shells. Add colorful beads and spirals using our easy wire-wrapped loop techniques to create your own unique jewelry. Use our collection of sea glass, beach stones and shells, or bring your own favorites. Workshop fee includes all materials to make one pendant and one key chain.
Astrological Review of Covid-19: the Year When Things Fell Apart
with Beverly Feldt
CLASS TIME EXTENDED UNTIL 9 PM.
Are you curious about what could have caused the chaos of 2020? Starting with a focus on the United States Sibley horoscope for July 4, 1776, we will review the major astrological patterns of the year and how they impact the United States at moments when the patterns are exact. In addition to the “plague year” of 2020, other themes include moral gravity, danger and the need for courage; titanic struggle; the rise of reactionary forces; disintegration of systems; the extremes of wealth and poverty; a drive for moral regeneration; and finally at the winter solstice the emergence of deep change that will take time to manifest as the existing order continues to collapse. During the second half, the group will have time to reflect upon how these themes have manifested in our lives and about “the state of the world: 2020” and what might emerge in the near future. This class will be offered remotely.
Open Studio Painting 12.15.20
with Leach - Clement
Join us in-person or remotely for an open studio painting experience! Bring unfinished or blank canvas, paint, and easel to enjoy 2 relaxing hours with fellow artists and budding artists. Let's keep painting!