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Auburn Adult and Community Education

Personal Enrichment

Android Phone and Tablet 101


with Suzanne Boutot

Calendar Oct 9, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 3 weeks

Want to learn how to use your Android phone or tablet for more than making calls, sending messages, or playing games?  Take this course to discover the hidden potentials of your device.  We will learn how your device can be used to improve your productivity, organization, and even replace your desktop or laptop computer.  If time allows, we will also learn how to utilize your device as a photography and video production tool to create photo movies to share.  Participants must provide their own personal Android Tablet.

Balance Your Budget, Broaden Investment Knowledge


with M Morrison

Calendar Nov 29, 2018 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

This workshop is designed to help you sharpen your spending and saving strategy, and learn more about the basics of budgeting and the importance of managing credit and debt.  Also, this presentation is an expanded look at the "how" of creating an investing strategy, as well as the investment components that form your financial picture.

Ballroom Dancing - Beginning


with Diane Williams

Calendar Sep 5, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 5 weeks

Preparing for a wedding, cruise, or just want a fun night out?  Learn basic steps for several popular dances that will have yu joining others on the dance floor.  Partner Required.  $90 is the price for a couple!

Ballroom Review


with Diane Williams

Calendar Sep 5, 2018 at 7 pm, runs for 5 weeks

If you've taken a basic beginner class in ballroom and need to brush up -- this is the class for you.  We will review, learn additional dance steps, and introduce a new dance as time permits.  Partner Required.  $90 is price for a couple.

Basic Wire Wrap Jewelry


with W Clowater

Calendar Oct 16, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Create a necklace or two by learning the basic frame-work for creating simple wraps for stones with holes or without.  Simple bails, fancy design for finishing the pendants, using curls and spirals.  Bring your tools and supplies, and any questions you may have.  Supplies and tools can be purchased at: Joanna Fabric and Craft Stores, Hobby Lobby or Butler Hill Beads on Minot Avenue in Auburn.  Items to bring with you are as follows: wire: 18 gauge, and 26 or 28 gauge; sotnes (this can be a tumbled stone, cut stone or glass); chain or cord (neck chain or chord to compliment wire); clasps and connecotr: megnetic, lobster claw, or toggle, split rings to attach closure.  

Become A Hospice Volunteer


with K Greenwood

Calendar Sep 5, 2018 at 5 pm, runs for 7 weeks

People helping people.   That's what hospice is all about.  If you have a passion for caring for others, and if you're looking for a way to make a difference in people's lives, consider becoming a hospice volunteer.  As an important part of our hospice team, you can help improve the quality of life for patients in your community.  Learn about the history of hospice, grief and loss, medical aspects, communication, spirituality, and how to help those facing end-of-life issues.  Give the gift of your time.  Learn about becoming a hospice volunteer.

Beginner's Vinyasa Yoga


with H Audet

Calendar Oct 30, 2018 at 4 pm, runs for 4 weeks

Have you always wanted to try yoga, but thought you weren't flexible enough?  Want to experience a sense of peace and wellbeing?  Are you curious about learning how to relax and calm anxiety with breathing and flowing movements?  If the answer was yes to any of these questions, join Heidi for this introduction to yoga.  Modifications for knee, hip, neck, wrist and back issues.  Bring a mat, towel and a bottle of water.  Classes will be held at Chill Yoga, 178 Lisbon Street, Lewiston above Forage Market, near the corner of Ash and Lisbon Streets.

Beginning Watercolorist


with P. Cook

Calendar Sep 11, 2018 at 5:45 am, runs for 5 weeks

The objectives of this class are to develop, at an introductory level, abilities in watercolor painting.  Students will acquire an understanding of the tools and terms used in this medium.  We will experiment with Dry, Damp and Wet surfaces to explore some of the possiblities and outcomes. In addition to mastering basic washes, we will investigate glazing and layering, as well as applicaiton techniques.  Each class project will focus on a different aspect of visual perception and composition.  The aim of this course is to develop and understanding of the technical and aesthetic issues involved in the composition of watercolor paintings.

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