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Learn to Curl at the Belfast Curling Club 1:00-3:00 p.m. Sun 1/6

$10

with Steve McLaughlin

Calendar Next session starts Jan 6, 2019 at 1 pm

Curling is a sport dating back to the 16th century in Scotland, but it recently came to the forefront when the USA Men’s Curling Team won their first gold medal in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Curling is often referred to as the ice version of shuffleboard, as players slide special heavy stones towards a target, using brooms to influence the path of the stone. Join the Belfast Curling Club for a one-day intro to curling and learn about this fun winter sport. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, dress warmly (you’re on ice), and bring a separate pair of clean sneakers. $10 registration to adult ed, $10 to be paid to the Curling Club when you arrive for class. For more info contact learntocurl@belfastcurlingclub.org or call Steve McLaughlin at 685-9540. 1 day 1:00-3:00 p.m. Class Sun 1/6 Belfast Curling Club, 211 Belmont Ave. (Rt. 3), Belfast The Belfast Curling Club opened officially in February 1959, on a site which had previously been flooded for outdoor curling by a group of enthusiasts. Volunteer masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and laborers built the club on donated land - even making their own 5,000 cinderblocks! They currently have a three-sheet clubhouse which provides activities for more than 100 members ranging in age from 16 to 75. A banquet and dance hall was added in 1977.

Learn to Curl at the Belfast Curling Club 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Sat 10/27

$10

with Steve McLaughlin

Calendar Next session starts Oct 27, 2018 at 10 am

Curling is a sport dating back to the 16th century in Scotland, but it recently came to the forefront when the USA Men’s Curling Team won their first gold medal in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Curling is often referred to as the ice version of shuffleboard, as players slide special heavy stones towards a target, using brooms to influence the path of the stone. Join the Belfast Curling Club for a one-day intro to curling and learn about this fun winter sport. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, dress warmly (you’re on ice), and bring a separate pair of clean sneakers. $10 registration to adult ed, $10 to be paid to the Curling Club when you arrive for class. For more info contact learntocurl@belfastcurlingclub.org or call Steve McLaughlin at 685-9540. 1 day 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Class Sat 10/27 Belfast Curling Club, 211 Belmont Ave. (Rt. 3), Belfast The Belfast Curling Club opened officially in February 1959, on a site which had previously been flooded for outdoor curling by a group of enthusiasts. Volunteer masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and laborers built the club on donated land - even making their own 5,000 cinderblocks! They currently have a three-sheet clubhouse which provides activities for more than 100 members ranging in age from 16 to 75. A banquet and dance hall was added in 1977.

Learn to Curl at the Belfast Curling Club 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sun 10/28

$10

with Steve McLaughlin

Calendar Next session starts Oct 28, 2018 at 10:30 am

Curling is a sport dating back to the 16th century in Scotland, but it recently came to the forefront when the USA Men’s Curling Team won their first gold medal in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Curling is often referred to as the ice version of shuffleboard, as players slide special heavy stones towards a target, using brooms to influence the path of the stone. Join the Belfast Curling Club for a one-day intro to curling and learn about this fun winter sport. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, dress warmly (you’re on ice), and bring a separate pair of clean sneakers. $10 registration to adult ed, $10 to be paid to the Curling Club when you arrive for class. For more info contact learntocurl@belfastcurlingclub.org or call Steve McLaughlin at 685-9540. 1 day 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Class Sun 10/28 Belfast Curling Club, 211 Belmont Ave. (Rt. 3), Belfast The Belfast Curling Club opened officially in February 1959, on a site which had previously been flooded for outdoor curling by a group of enthusiasts. Volunteer masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and laborers built the club on donated land - even making their own 5,000 cinderblocks! They currently have a three-sheet clubhouse which provides activities for more than 100 members ranging in age from 16 to 75. A banquet and dance hall was added in 1977.

Learn to Curl at the Belfast Curling Club 1:00-3:00 p.m. Sun 10/28

$10

with Steve McLaughlin

Calendar Next session starts Oct 28, 2018 at 1 pm

Curling is a sport dating back to the 16th century in Scotland, but it recently came to the forefront when the USA Men’s Curling Team won their first gold medal in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Curling is often referred to as the ice version of shuffleboard, as players slide special heavy stones towards a target, using brooms to influence the path of the stone. Join the Belfast Curling Club for a one-day intro to curling and learn about this fun winter sport. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, dress warmly (you’re on ice), and bring a separate pair of clean sneakers. $10 registration to adult ed, $10 to be paid to the Curling Club when you arrive for class. For more info contact learntocurl@belfastcurlingclub.org or call Steve McLaughlin at 685-9540. 1 day 1:00-3:00 p.m. Class Sun 10/28 Belfast Curling Club, 211 Belmont Ave. (Rt. 3), Belfast The Belfast Curling Club opened officially in February 1959, on a site which had previously been flooded for outdoor curling by a group of enthusiasts. Volunteer masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and laborers built the club on donated land - even making their own 5,000 cinderblocks! They currently have a three-sheet clubhouse which provides activities for more than 100 members ranging in age from 16 to 75. A banquet and dance hall was added in 1977.

Learn to Curl at the Belfast Curling Club 3:00-5:00 p.m. Sat 10/27

$10

with Steve McLaughlin

Calendar Next session starts Oct 27, 2018 at 3 pm

Curling is a sport dating back to the 16th century in Scotland, but it recently came to the forefront when the USA Men’s Curling Team won their first gold medal in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Curling is often referred to as the ice version of shuffleboard, as players slide special heavy stones towards a target, using brooms to influence the path of the stone. Join the Belfast Curling Club for a one-day intro to curling and learn about this fun winter sport. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, dress warmly (you’re on ice), and bring a separate pair of clean sneakers. $10 registration to adult ed, $10 to be paid to the Curling Club when you arrive for class. For more info contact learntocurl@belfastcurlingclub.org or call Steve McLaughlin at 685-9540. 1 day 3:00-5:00 p.m. Class Sat 10/27 Belfast Curling Club, 211 Belmont Ave. (Rt. 3), Belfast The Belfast Curling Club opened officially in February 1959, on a site which had previously been flooded for outdoor curling by a group of enthusiasts. Volunteer masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and laborers built the club on donated land - even making their own 5,000 cinderblocks! They currently have a three-sheet clubhouse which provides activities for more than 100 members ranging in age from 16 to 75. A banquet and dance hall was added in 1977.

Magic of Making Mozzarella 11.6.18

$20

with Cathe Morrill

Calendar Next session starts Nov 6, 2018 at 6 pm

Learn the basics of cheese making and then discover the magic of making mozzarella. Together we will create a delicious cheese with a recipe that can be made in 30 minutes and discuss serving ideas for this cheese that you will take home to enjoy with family and friends. Registration $20, plus $10 for ingredients payable to the instructor. 1 night 6:00-8:00 p.m. Class Tues 11/6 CHRHS Rm 231 Cathe Morrill was working as a Senior Vice President with Key Bank when she purchased State of Maine Cheese Company in 1996. The only thing she knew about cheese was that she loved it. She currently is on the board of the Maine Cheese Guild and is immediate past president of the Maine Grocers and Food Producers Association.

Full Course

Oil Painting for Beginners to Intermediate

$75

with Linda Leach Sandy Clement

Calendar Next session starts Sep 25, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 8 weeks

ROOM CHANGE TO ACROSS THE HALL

Always a popular class! This semester's theme is: "A Study of Hudson River Valley Masters". The semester will involve two paintings in the style of the Hudson River Masters of your choice. This is a fun group that will get you painting at least one night per week. The class is open to all levels of skill, but you must have had some painting experience. If you haven't painted before, please contact instructor Linda Leach at 542-6572. For a supplies list, please contact Adult Ed. Registration $75. 8 weeks 6:00-8:00 p.m. Begins Tues 9/25 CHRHS Rm 476 Linda Leach and Sandy Clement have 30 plus years of painting and craft experience. They are the co-owner of the Maine Lights Collection. Visit their page at http://mainelightscollection.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/mainelightscollection/

Ornamental Welding 11.19.18
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Ornamental Welding 11.19.18

$80

with Wayne Twitchell

Calendar Next session starts Nov 19, 2018 at 5:30 pm, runs for 5 weeks

This is an introduction to three types of welding equipment. We will cover safety, welder operation, fabrication and bending techniques, while showing you how to create garden and lawn ornaments. This class is NOT designed for anyone hoping to obtain work in the welding world. It IS designed to help those who would like to be able to do minor welding in their own garages. Sign up early as class size is limited to 6. Registration $80 includes materials. 5 weeks 5:30-8:00 p.m. Begins Mon 11/19 CHRHS Metal Shop Wayne Twitchell is a retired welding instructor from Bath Iron Works and has been welding for over 40 years. Wayne is a recipient of the Navy’s Aegis Excellence Award for welding. He has taught welding through adult ed programs for 10 years and in his spare time enjoys making scrap metal sculptures.





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