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Dressing for Your Body Type - cancelled
with Candace Sanborn
Unveil the diva in you! Do you have lots of clothes in your closet but still feel like you have nothing to wear? Do you dislike shopping because you’re not sure what looks good on you? In this interactive class, you’ll determine your body type and face shape and learn tips for choosing the most flattering clothing styles and necklines for your features. Bring your phone to take pictures and a pen and paper for notes. Candace is owner of Radiant Image, and has 30 years of branding and marketing experience working with a variety of organizations throughout northern New England. Her mission is to boost women’s self-confidence by helping them feel great about their appearance and their ability to connect effectively with others.
Tues, 4/14/2020, 5:30 to 8:00 pm, $30
Instructor: Candace Sanborn
Maine Healthy Lawn Care Made Simple
with Ali Clift,CCSWCD
What defines the “perfect Maine lawn”? One that’s lush and green, safe for families, pets, and the environment, plus saves you time and money! Learn to create a more resilient, beautiful lawn without relying on synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. We’ll provide strategies for fertilizing correctly, controlling weeds and thatch, renovating poor lawns, transitioning to organic care, and more. Whether you maintain your lawn or hire a professional, round up your neighbors and join! This program compatible with the Town of Scarborough’s organic pest management policy for school and town properties, as well as the City of Portland’s and City of South Portland’s pesticide ordinances. Ali implements community education and outreach programs for Cumberland County Soil & Water Conservation District, holds degrees in environmental studies and marine science, and offers this through CCSWCD as a free community service.
Wed, 4/15/2020, 6:00 to 8:00 pm,
$5 adult ed processing fee
Instructor: Ali Clift, CCSWCD
Beyond Beginner Guitar - cancelled
with Ian Weidner
IMPORTANT NOTE: This class is being cancelled
Further develop your guitar playing skills and improve your understanding of the guitar fret board. We’ll also play blues progressions and rhythms, touch on simple music theory, and begin to improvise and express your unique creativity. Acoustic guitar, capo, and pick required; electronic tuner highly recommended. Open to adults and 16 yrs+.
Ian has played guitar for over 25 years and has taught group and private lessons for over six years; excellent student evals here at the Scarborough Adult Learning Center keep students coming back for more!
Four Wed, 6:30 to 8:00 pm, $60
Instructor: Ian Weidner
Wildlife & Nightlife of Scarborough's Eastern Trail - postponed
with Noah Perlut, PhD
Hidden cameras reveal much! Join Professor Perlut as he shares fascinating remote video of nightlife and wildlife activity taken along a 1.6 mile portion of Scarborough‘s Eastern Trail. This is part of UNE’s multi-year “Gap Tracks Study” focusing on a part of the trail scheduled to be connected. Excellent opportunity for families to witness real-time footage of wildlife in their natural habitat and learn how environmental factors influence animal behavior. An engaging presentation not to be missed, presented as one in a series of lectures by The Friends of Scarborough Marsh; see scarboroughmarsh.org
POSTPONED UNTIL FALL 2020, 6:30 to 7:30 pm, Scarborough High School's All Purpose Room
FREE, no registration required, just come join us!
Lecturer: Noah Perlut, Ph.D., Assoc. Professor, UNE Dept. of Environmental Studies
Maine Plein Air Oil Painting: Beginners and Up
with Christopher Reed
Capture the magic that is Maine! Spend the first two classes inside the studio touching on mindfulness practices, reviewing some basic art foundations, and practicing technical skills for outdoor landscape painting. Learn to navigate oil’s challenges and take advantage of the benefits: brighter colors, slower dry time, ease in blending, minimized color change through drying process, etc. Rain days held in Scarborough High art studio; remainder of classes off-site, weather permitting, locations tbd like Kettle Cove, Scarborough Marsh and/or Portland Head Light. Supply list provided once class determined to run.
Chris graduated from Bowdoin College with a BA in Visual Arts. He’s a painter, exhibitor, and art teacher inspired by the synthesis of nature, the evolving play of light, and each artist’s unique, mindful expression of feelings and interpretation: www.christopherdreed.com
Six Thurs, 5/7 to 6/11/2020, 6:00 to 8:00 pm, $94, plus supplies provided by student
Instructor/Artist: Christopher Reed
Maine Driving Dynamics: May Session
with Bureau of Highway Safety
This is a two-evening course taught by instructors of the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety. PowerPoint presentations will facilitate discussion on new traffic laws, rules of the road, collision avoidance, driver habits and attitudes, and the elements that challenge Maine drivers. Drivers who complete the course may be eligible for a 3-point credit on their driving record and possible discount from their insurance carrier.
Tues and Wed, 5/12 and 5/13/2020
5:30 to 8:00 pm, $40
Senior discount for 65+: $25/person, please call 730-5040 to register
Instructor: Assigned by Bureau of Highway Safety
Career Counseling and Testing
We have contracted with a college and career counselor to offer the Myers Briggs Type Indicator online. After you have completed your MBTI profile and Strong Interest Inventory you may schedule a session with the counselor to review your results and to discuss options for post-secondary education and your career goals.
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Running Hill Toastmasters Club - postponed
with Scott Nailor
This program postponed until school reopens and/or per your facilitator
Polish your communication skills. Learn how to plan and conduct effective meetings, practice giving impromptu and prepared speeches, offer and receive constructive feedback, and boost your overall communication and leadership skills – a great opportunity to build confidence and practice networking with a fun, small, supportive group of people. Visit us to learn how we can help you achieve your personal and professional goals. Learn more at runninghill.toastmastersclubs.org. Scott Nailor is English Department Chair at Scarborough High School and is a coordinating member of this local club.
Second and fourth Wed of the month, 6:00 to 7:30 pm, Room D104, Scarborough High,
FREE, no registration required, contact us to join any time
Facilitator: Scott Nailor