Lewiston Adult Education is offering a mix of crafts, food and lifesaving skills to students for its Fall Super Saturday.
The session of classes is scheduled for Oct. 5 at Lewiston High School. The weekend class allows students to get into more detail on a variety of subjects.
Hawo Abdille will show how to make tea with a mortar and pestle and enjoy them with Somali crepes. Students are asked to bring their mug or travel mug to class to sample different flavors of tea.
A member of United Ambulance will teach the CPR/First Aid class. The six-hour instruction will include information about using epi-pens and applying bandages along with showing how to do CPR.
Irina Petranek will return to teach Russian for Beginners. The class will allow students to begin to learn the basics of the language from a native speaker.
Crafts and preparing for the Christmas season shall come together for Pat Casson’s class on making a Christmas Spider. The decoration comes from an Eastern European folk tale and can be used on Christmas trees or given as gifts.
Students in the day-long classes will have lunch provided in the high school cafeteria. Lunch is covered by a lab fee.
For more information about the classes, visit www.lewiston.maineadulted.org or call Lewiston Adult Education’s main office at 207-795-4141.