Ukulele, Franco History, Comedy Lead Lewiston Adult Ed 2018 Offerings
Local comedian Dawn Hartill will teach the Standup Comedy Workshop class in the Winter-Spring 2018 semester for Lewiston Adult Education.
A class on French-speaking immigrants and Ukulele lessons make up two of the more than 30 new classes coming to Lewiston Adult Education in the Winter-Spring 2018 semester.
Professor Mary T. Rice-Defosse of Bates College will teach French in Lewiston-Auburn, a one-night history lesson. Margery Landis shall help students strum in Play the Ukulele. Superintendent Bill Webster will talk about the construction of the new Connors Elementary School in a free spring program.
Returning classes include Welding, Certified Nursing Assistant and Cooking Matters. Excel classes are coming back after a hiatus.
Super Saturday, which will be held on April 7, will have a green focus with Organic Gardening, Butterflies and an electric car class. A CPR/First Aid class and Oval Twill Basket are other classes available for sign-up.
Lewiston Comedian Dawn Hartill will teach a new session of Standup Comedy Workshop beginning March 1st. She was one of the members of the first class to be held at Lewiston Adult Education and has since gone on to perform all over Maine and NH. She has placed in multiple comedy competitions and was the 2016 Strand Cup Comedy Competition winner. Students in Hartill’s class will learn how to write and perform comedy and get to tell their jokes as part of a live performance at Guthrie’s Café on 115 Middle St. in Lewiston on April 2.
Lewiston Sun Journal photographer Russ Dillingham will return to share tips about taking pictures. The new class is called Photo Lighting, Lenses, and Settings.