September classes have mushrooms to art at Lewiston Adult Education
A mix of new lessons and returning favorites begin in the next two weeks at Lewiston Adult Education.
Below are a sample of classes happening this September.
Small Engine Repair, Sept. 6, can help bring new life to chain saws and lawn mowers.
Mushroom Foraging, Sept. 6, will have a walk outside to find edible mushrooms.
Parents in the Know, Sept. 6, teaches how to keep children safe from abuse and sexual assault.
Excel I, Sept. 6, explains the spreadsheet program and ways to make it help on the job.
Making Beer at Home, Sept. 7, is held at Richmond Home Brew Supply.
Welding I, Sept. 7, will introduce stick welding to students.
Welding II, Sept. 8, will cover Metal Inert Gas (MIG) and Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding.
Open Art Studio, Sept. 8, gives artists the space they need to start and continue new projects.
Six Feet Under: Funeral Choices, Sept. 8, shall go over paperwork to funeral planning.
Beginner’s Fitness, Sept. 13, provides a low-impact workout for people looking to get healthy.
Dance Fitness, Sept. 13, combines dancing with a cardio workout to hit songs.
Weight Wars, Sept. 13, teaches about nutrition, health foods and weight loss strategies.
Computer Literacy, Sept. 13, gives hands-on experience with word processing, spreadsheets and Windows programs.
To see our full course offerings, go to lewistonadulted.org or check out our fall brochure. To register, visit our website or call us at 207-795-4141.
by Michael Reagan
on September 2, 2016
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