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Introduction to iPhone Basics
with Boomer Tech
It is safe to say that many iPhone users rarely use more than a fraction of the features. Use your iPhone to the best possible advantage. Critical features covered: Apple ID and password; structure of the iPhone (buttons and how they work); best apps and how to get them; text, phone, Facetime, and email; using the Control Center; mastering Settings; updating operating systems; using key apps and more.
Estimated Length: 1-2 hours a week
Access Time: 4 weeks
Register online: scarborough.maineadult.org
Choose your session:
Session 1: Jan. 27
Session 2: Feb. 24
Session 3: March 31
"To Do" List For Your Life
with Jill Braceland
Do you know how much paperwork is involved in organizing your estate? This overview provided by Jill Braceland of "Managing Change" gives you the information needed regarding crucial aspects of your life: Family, Finances, Future, and Funeral. This informational seminar provides you with a list of resources in support of your planning.
A Walk Through Maine's Salt Marshes: Their Ecology and Conservation
with Grace Glynn
Salt marshes cushion Maine's coast from the open ocean, sponging up carbon and providing nurseries for fish and feeding grounds for wildlife. Join wetland ecologist Grace Glynn for a beautifully illustrated introduction to the ecology of Maine's salt marshes, including natural history, legacies of agricultural use, current threats to our marshes, and restoration and conservation techniques. With a special focus on our state's largest salt marsh, Scarborough Marsh, this course will equip participants of all ages and backgrounds with the tools needed to better understand their coastal landscapes.
Good For You BBQ
with Hillary Pride
With the days finally getting longer why not fire up the grill and get cooking outside! Join registered dietitian Hillary Pride for a fun and informative class on how to make your upcoming spring and summer BBQs not only tasty, but good for you too! Hillary is a consulting retail dietitian for the Scarborough Hannaford Supermarket where she offers free shopper, associate, and community nutrition education and recipe inspiration.
April 13, 5:30-6:30 PM
with Jenna Chase
This low impact workout produces a big burn! Barre combines elements of strength training, Pilates/Yoga, and dance. Small movements and many repetitions tone muscles that you didn't even know you had! Join instructor Jenna Chase to look and feel your best.
Cardio, Core & More
with Jenna Chase
Come sweat with us as you boost your strength and endurance in this total body workout! Using hand weights or household objects will challenge different muscle groups and bring out those feel-good endorphins!
with Jenna Chase
Start the morning with some movement! This circuit-style class is great for all fitness levels, and works your entire body. All exercises have a modification and progression for tailored results. Get your heart pumping, increase your strength, and work on your core during this 45 minute class.
Session 2: April 30-May 28, 6:15-7 AM
Preserving Spring Rhubarb
with Kate McCarty
Rhubarb is one of the first edible signs of spring in Maine, and its versatility is underappreciated! Come lean the many uses of rhubarb in preserving, and make chutney: a unique, flavor-filled condiment. Join University of Maine Cooperative Extension, Kate McCarty, for this zesty class. We will learn how to safely preserve rhubarb using the boiling water bath method and by freezing, as well. This workshop is virtual, with an instructor demonstration.