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Apple Orchard Planning & Maintenance
with John Hoffses
Join John Hoffses of SAD #1 School Farm and Randy Martin of The King's Gardener as they share with you the dos and don'ts of Orchard Management. Topics covered will include; variety selection, soil requirements, pollination requirements, organic and conventional pest control, and much more. 2 pesticide recertification credits will be offered to those who attend this class
with Peter Cowin
Peter Cowin, A.K.A., The Bee Whisperer, will teach a one day class designed for those planning or considering starting to keep honeybees. The class will entail 4 hours in the class room learning basic equipment, husbandry, where to locate hives and how to care for the bees, harvesting your own honey and to get them through their first winter. Weather permitting, students will open hives in the afternoon and see everything alive and buzzing. Protective equipment provided for the day, please come wearing long pants, sleeves and closed toes footwear. A full range of equipment will be available for sale so you can be prepared to order bees and start beekeeping!
Canine Good Manners
with Kathy Hoppe
This is an operant/clicker based training class. Our goal is to teach the handler how to communicate with their dog to teach them acceptable living with people behaviors. This class is a basic training class. This class is non-refundable.
Card Making/Stamp Camp
with Elaine Ouellette
Join Elaine Ouellette as she presented her Spring card making and stamp camp workshop. This one time class is $35.00 and that includes all supplies. Come and make some one of kind cards for all occasions. This class is located at the Alternative Learning Center.
Cooking with Kids A
with Patty LeBlanc
Kids can learn some cooking fun, use some math skills, and experiment with various foods...We will do some really fun snacks, learn more about the importance of fruit and vegetables and the basics of sanitation. Recommended ages from 8 to 12 year olds.
GMO Round Table Dicussion
with Dr. Larry Feinstein
Join Dr. Larry Feinstein Professor of Biology at UMPI, James Dwyer Crop Specialist at University of Maine Cooperative Extension and Randy Martin County Supervisor of Center Aroostook Soil and Water Conservation District as they lead a discussion to educate the public as to what "Genetically Modified Organism" (GMO) truly means. This discussion will not take sides one way or another, it is meat to educate so that people understand what a GMO product is.
with Barry Madore
Golf 1 is for the beginning player. Learn all the basic skills; the grip, the swing and the clubs, to enjoy the game of golf. The course also teaches the rules of golf, golf course etiquette and how to keep score. Students must have their own golf clubs.
with Barry Madore
Golf II is for golfers with experience who want to improve and lower their handicap. The course focuses on eliminating any bad habits and perfecting golf swing. Students will learn about course management and the rules of golf.