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Pottery Camp - Ages 5-11
with Michelle Gibbert
Have fun while making FUNctional pieces with clay. Hand building, throwing on the wheel, painting and glazing...if it has to do with clay, we will do it! Spend the week exploring the messiness and fun of clay! For ages 5-11.
Material fee: $15 paid to instructor at first class
Tiny House Design
with John Favreau
In this class, we will learn the fundamentals involved in the tiny house construction process. This is a lecture-based class that gives students an overview of tiny house construction and the various techniques and options including: trailer considerations, sub-floors, wall construction, insulation, heating, plumbing, black and grey water discharge, roofing, finish options, etc. There will also be discussion regarding the new codes for tiny houses recently added to the Maine State Building Codes and the challenges that may be encountered in regard to zoning and use issues.
This class is ideal for the person who is contemplating building a tiny house with the goal being to have students walk away with the knowledge to make an informed decision.
What a GREAT Dog!
with Donna Cassista
Teach your dog the basic behaviors, get strategies for common issues and develop a dog that is calm and obedient, even with distractions (like other dogs and people) close by. This 5 week class covers all the behaviors needed to develop your dog into an awesome family companion. And, you and your dog will learn to work together as a team! Students under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
What are you talking about?
with Melissa Carbajal
Effective communication skills to get you what you want! Perfect for personal and professional development, for families and business owners. Excellent class to increase your customer service skill set and increase your sales! Understand your kids better, develop better relationships and communicate your way to a better life.
Youth Field Hockey Camp
with Cathy Marston
This camp strives to develop in each camper the qualities needed to become an all-around, excellent player with solid offensive and defensive skills. The teaching sessions are structured to allow players ages 6-12 to progress at their own pace. Please bring turf shoes or cleats, shin guards, mouthguards, and sticks. 6th-8th graders will also need goggles.