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ELL221:Career Skills for Intermediate/Advanced (PM)
English language learners who want to improve basic speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. We will work on vocabulary, pronunciation, comprehension, and conversation. Classes will include field trips to practice English in community settings. All students must meet with Soni Reese at 207-363-7922 for assessment and registration.
Register to begin class at anytime.
Encore! Encore! Sing Some More!
with Susan Frank
Did you love From Car Singers to Carolers? Then you’ll love this encore class. If you didn’t take the previous class don’t worry - all are welcome!
Eng333: Reading and Writing
with Beth Knight
This class focuses on basic reading, writing, speaking and listening skills to help you succeed in life and the workplace. If you haven’t had an opportunity to develop these skills at or below high-school level, and if you want to do so, here’s your chance! Whether you want to improve your reading comprehension to increase your understanding of the news, or to improve your communication skills for everyday use in the community, or to prepare for college or the workplace, this class is the one for you! Register here and Soni will contact you for assessment and goal setting before you start class. Rolling admission.
Financial Report Sleuthing - Invest Smarter
with W. John Neff
Identify the warning signs of accounting business problems in public companies before these issues come to light, before the stock price declines significantly. John Neff has 25 years of experience as a professional accountant. He is a licensed CPA in ME and NH. His experience includes being a financial analyst for a publicly traded company.
Health Care and Your Retirement
with Fred Diehl
This is an educational program that addresses what steps you should take to prepare for health care costs to help ensure their retirement savings stay healthy.
Healthcare Career Exploration Track
with Soni Reese
The healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing industries in Maine and is expected to generate the largest number of jobs in Maine between 2016 and 2026. Would you like to explore a career in healthcare/healthcare administration? This track will help you learn about job opportunities and career-planning related to different types of healthcare services in a variety of settings; improve your math, reading, writing, verbal communication, and computer skills tailored for health-care professionals; learn about the social aspects of health and illness; develop the interpersonal, organizational, and soft skills that will help you enter and succeed in a healthcare-related job/career.
Holiday Foods - Sarah’s Gluten Free Kitchen
with Sarah Hignett
Gluten-free doesn’t have to be flavor-free! Join Sarah as she shares some delicious pastries and main disshes. These meals are suitable for Celiac’s dietary restrictions. Meals may contain: dairy, meat, shellfish, and spicy ingredients. Bring a dish for taking home leftovers!
Holiday Foods Feast on holiday classics such as beef brisket served with stuffing, latkes, jelly donuts, and sugar cookies!
Holiday Watercolor and Wine with Kathy At Fisherman’s Dock
with Kathryn Carter
Bring out your creative side in this fun event led by professional art instructor Kathryn Carter, who will guide you step-by-step as you create your own unique holiday masterpiece of a cardinal in winter suitable for gift-giving and card reproduction. No experience necessary. Hosted by the wonderful team at Fisherman’s Dock on Route 1. $35 per person, includes all art materials (food and beverages separate). Advanced registration required; limited seating on first-come basis.