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MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education

Personal Enrichment

Beginner's Quilting


with Amber Lento

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 28, 2024 at 6 pm

In this introductory class Amber will teach you a few basics of sewing such as how to thread the machine and cutting the fabrics.  You will be making an Adventrue Land Quilt.

What you will need for class:

2 yds fabric A

2 yds fabric B

1 1/2 yds fabric C

1 1/2 yds fabric D

1 1/2 yds fabric E

1 yd fabric F

1 yd  fabric G

2 yds fabric H

OPTIONAL: 1 yd border

3 yds Batting

3 yds backing fabric

1 spool of thread

1 skein of yarn

(The skein of yard and thread will show up on your quilt top.)

Sewing machines are provided but if you want to bring your own, you are welcome to.



Intermediate Quilting


with Amber Lento

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 28, 2024 at 6 pm

Do you have some knowledge of sewing?  Join our Intermediate quilting class and learn how to make a Disappearing Strip Triangle Block Quilt.  Amber will help you navigate this design!

For this quilt you will need:

3 yds of fabric A

3 yds of fabric B

OPTIONAL border: 1 1/2 yds

3 1/2 yds batting

3 1/2 3yds backing fabric

1 spool of thread 

1 skein of yarn

(The thread and yarn will be showing on your quilt top).

We will have sewing machines provided but if you would like to bring your own please do.

Chicken Stew with Dumplings


with Sarah Bushey

Calendar Next available session starts Mar 1, 2024 at 1 pm

Beat the cold this winter and come join us in learning how to make a chicken stew with old-fashioned dumplings! My grandmother's recipe is simple and delicious. All ingredients will be provided, but please bring your own pot to take home with you for the family to enjoy!

March 1, 2024 at 1 pm. Minimum of 5 people and maximum of 12. First come, first serve, so reserve your spot today!

Layered Wood Art


with Laura McPherson

Calendar Next available session starts Mar 2, 2024 at 10 am

Join us for a fun morning of painting layers of wood to make a true art statement!  We will be focusing on Maine for our first class.  You can have a lighthouse, with a Moose, bears, or deer. 

Class is $45.  Once you register you will receive an email with the payment information for paypal.

We are limited 10 students.  Everything will be provided to make the lovely work of art.

Price says "free" because you will not be paying us, you are paying the teacher directly.


Cash is King
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Cash is King

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with UGot Class

Calendar Next session starts Mar 4, 2024

Cash is arguably the most important factor in business success. D&B reports 90% of all small business failures are due to poor cash flow—more money gets paid out than collected. It is the non-financial manager who really makes a difference in the day-to-day cash activities. Discover how to maximize cash flow, learn the importance of cash and find out your role in cash flow success.

For more information or to register please click the link.

General Ledger and Month End Procedures
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General Ledger and Month End Procedures

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with UGot Class

Calendar Next session starts Mar 4, 2024

In this course, you will learn how to post journal entries to the correct general ledger accounts impacted by each transaction. This course will show you how to make sure your general ledger balances at the end of each month by preparing an unadjusted trial balance. You will learn how to look for errors when you don’t balance, and how to determine to correct entries. After posting correcting entries and/or adjusting entries, you will verify debits and credits equal with an adjusted trial balance. This course also goes through the steps of performing monthly bank reconciliations.

For more information or to register please click the link.

Soap & Scrubs & Balmy Rubs


with Kathy DeMatteis

Calendar Next available session starts Mar 4, 2024 at 4 pm

On Monday, March 4th we will be making our soaps, scrubs & Balm.

On Tuesday, March 5th we will be taking that beautiful maple body scrubs and learn how to apply the products we just made.  This Class is a hands on learning where you will actually learn how to apply the product and take it off so that you can be a blessing to the ones you love most.  Exfoliating is done to remind the brain to create more oil thus allowing your body to moisturize naturally.  This process of cleansing also helps to rejuvenate our blood cells and wake our bodies up.  Harmonizing with Mother Nature as we embrace her gifts of Maple and the many ways she touches our lives. 

When it comes to feeding our complexion there is no more beautiful combination for dry irritated skin than maple and oatmeal soap.  Made in conjunction with small homesteading farms and butcher shops in Aroostook County Maine the fat of The American Guinea Hog.

Naturally high in vitamin D is the one of the most premium oils that you could add to your skin care regime says Kathy DeMatteis, Esthetician & Massage Therapist.  A beautiful creamy fat that is a delight to irritated inflamed skin.  These Lipids are the closest in comparison to our own human skin.  Also known for reducing acne and inflammation, fine lines and  wrinkles, increasing collagen production helping your skin to balance naturally. The combination between dry and acne lends to a balanced beauty bar that can be tailored to your own skin with the addition of plant based essential oils ultimately creating your own brand.  

In an age where we are becoming more Independent and taking control over what we put in our body’s now is the time to pay attention to what we apply to our skin.   The epidermis absorbs 62 percent to what you typically apply.   Your skin matters, don’t you want to know what goes into your toes? 

$449per person 

Includes I bar of cured Maple & Oatmeal soap 


3 pounds Premium Maple Oat Soap to be cured 

1 8 ounce jar of Balm Plus 3 pounds Balm in plastic bottles provided.

1 8 ounce Maple Scrub Plus 3 pounds Maple Scrub plus jars and lids.

Lesson and exchange of treatments.   

Light lunch 



with Melissa Corbin

Calendar Next available session starts Mar 4, 2024 at 6 pm
2 additional sessions through Mar 18, 2024

This class will teach you how to make shelf sitters, bookmarks, necklace and earring sets and so much more!

The first class will teach you how to mix the resin, color it and pour.  It takes about 24 hours to cure the resin.  The next class you will come and if it's done you can take it out of the mold and put the finishing touches on it.  

Some people may have a mold that they choose to do 2 different colors. The second class will be pouring the second color.   These make beautiful gifts and is a fun and a little sticky activity to do.

The 3rd class will be for those who need to come in and take their product out of the mold to take home.

Melissa will have dozens of molds to choose from.


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