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Complete Guide to Retirement Planning
with John Spita
Do you want to spend your retirement comfortably and in control of your finances? In this 4-week, information-rich seminar you will be introduced to concepts and practices to help you reach those goals. Explore a conservative approach to wise money management, identify lifestyle issues facing retirees, and learn to maximize your income. Learn ways to protect hard-earned assets from erosion due to inflation or a downturn in the economy. At the conclusion of the seminar you will have evaluated your individual retirement progress. John is president of Coastal Financial Services in Kennebunkport and has taught with us since 1999. * No additional charge if your spouse/partner attends with you
Confetti Bowl Basket
with Martha Chessie
Back by popular demand! Weave this delightful basket using an 8 inch solid round base and colorful spokes. The basket is a great size for fruit or bread. Material fee for base and reed is $16.
Debt: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly!
with Toni Joerres
Give yourself a gift... gain a clear understanding of exactly what your credit score means and how to make it better. Learn how to contact credit card companies to request a break on interest rates, how to prioritize which debt to pay off first, and what strategy is best to pay your debts. Toni is highly qualified in the area of finance and has an engaging public speaking presence.
Do Your Own Quilt Thing
with KELLY MONROE
Need time to finish a project or stuck on a piece you have not touched in years? Kelly is well versed in working with flannels, minky, and machine quilts with her regular sewing machine. Join the group to laugh, chat, and sew. Show and tell is strongly encouraged. Drop in fee: $9 per visit.
Drop Your Feed Dog and Quilt
with Pat Vermette
Pat has updated her class and extended it one week based on your recommendations! Learn to quilt on your home sewing machine. You will learn how to decide what type of quilting and what designs will go best. Experience stippling, free hand, stencils, traced designs. Tools available to experience; embroidery hoop, rulers, gloves, light box, etc.
Embroidery for Beginners
with Brenda Gagne
No experience required! Come to this class and learn some basic stitches that will open the door to embroidery on cloth or wool. Understand how the right needle and thread can make all the difference. Materials will be supplied, and you only need to bring a pair of fabric scissors and your imagination! Leave with a finished piece you will be proud to display in your home.
Embroidery for Kids
with Brenda Gagne
Many embroidering enthusiasts started when they were children, and they have fond memories of learning from their parents or grandparents. This class teaches basic hand stitching for ages 10 and up. You will learn to use scissors safely, trace patterns, and how to select the right thread and needle. You will complete a small embroidered piece to frame or use as part of a larger project. Kit included in cost of class. Materials needed: fabric scissors and a plastic container to keep your project in. Maximum is 6.
Essential Oils: Travel First Aid Kit
with DIANA MINUTELLI
Breathe better in polluted cities, calm heat rashes, dissipate headaches, soothe sore muscles, settle upset stomachs, fend off mosquitoes, relax stressed-out parents, help kids fall asleep, and more by creating an essential oils first aid kit you can take anywhere! You will learn which oils are best to care for specific ailments; make a compact bag of 8 bottles and 2 roll-ons; complete your kit with two laminated reference cards. Materials fee of $20 is payable to instructor.