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Beginning Beekeeping (Spring 2018)
with William Turner
You will learn what you need to begin beekeeping. We’ll cover tools, hive, location for an apiary, how to obtain bees and install them in the hive. A hive opening will be part of the class. You will learn about the life cycle of the bee, what they need to survive and how to care for them year-round. We will offer numerous opportunities to work with live bees in our apiaries so that you get some hand-on experience before your bees arrive. You will be able to purchase bees and equipment through the class, if you choose. One of the class sessions will be outdoors. “Bee” a part of this exciting hobby! If there is enough interest, a cooking with honey class may be added, but there will be an extra charge. Bill Turner is a 34 year veteran of beekeeping, and a former MA bee inspector. Tim Fisher, a retired engineer from Portsmouth Shipyard, has assisted in teaching this class for the last five years. (Required textbook: The Beekeeper’s Handbook, 4th edition, by Diana Sammataro and Alphonse Avitabile. We will purchase the textbook for you for an additional $29 or you may obtain your own copy) No class on 4/17/2018
Belly Dance - All Levels (Spring 2018)
with Jennifer Daly
Lose yourself in the captivating music and movement of Middle Eastern dance in this empowering and energizing class. From sharp & percussive to soft & fluid, you will learn some of the basic movements that make up the foundation of this dance form. Geared toward brand new students and those with some experience, this class will include a comprehensive breakdown of technique, traveling steps and turns, drills, and putting it all together in combinations. Belly Dance is studied and performed by women of all backgrounds and ages. Not only is it a beautiful art form and means of self-expression, it also increases flexibility, tones your abs and helps you to achieve grace, poise, balance and coordination. Please note the price is $65.00.
BHP: Behavioral Health Professional Certification - March (Spring 2018)
with Daniel Sheehan
This certification course teaches individuals how to provide in-home support to children (4-18/21 years of age) with intellectual/developmental delays, Autism or major mental health diagnosis in their home and community – this class meets the state requirements for certification as a BHP for job placement. High school diploma or equivalency is required to attend this 35-hour BHP training. CPR/First Aid is needed in conjunction with this course for certification. Must be taken before course is completed. See dates on page 3. CPR cost is included in the cost of this course. Wednesdays, March 8, 5:30 - 8:30 pm - 12 weeks
Birth Order (Spring 2018)
with Cindy Simon
Learn about how birth order can influence relationship choices, career paths, interactions with children/grandchildren and how your birth order can make you more susceptible e to specific illnesses. Understand yourself and those in your life better, by discovering birth order patterns.
Boating Skills & Seamanship (Spring 2018)
with USCG, Henry Marchi
Boating Skills and Seamanship is the premier Coast Guard Auxiliary boater education course. It is a comprehensive course designed for both the experienced and the novice boater. This course qualifies you for a boater education certificate recognized in every state which requires such a certificate, including New Hampshire. Course includes: Which boat is for you; Equipment; Handling; Rules you must follow; Safety. Many insurance companies offer a discount for completing this class.
Body Language, Presence, and Power: The Conversation Starts before Your Speak
with Bonnie Gross
73% of what we communicate to other people is through our body language and facial expression. We may say one thing, but “project” a different message. Did you now that we are subconsciously judged by our body movements and facial expressions.
Identify your own positive and negative habits
Learn great new habits
Understand the habits of famous people, and why they work and don’t work
Learn what exactly do we mean we mean by “presence” – and why do we want it?
Practice great Body language for business meetings
Practice great Body language while presenting
Practice great Body language for networking (Can you talk, stand, and eat at the same time? Learn the secret)
Boston Flower Show - Bus Trip (Spring 2018)
Enjoy the beautiful gardens and exhibits at the 2018 Boston Flower and Garden Show at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. The show will feature garden writers, landscape professionals, Master gardeners, local chefs and many vendors along with instructional workshops and demonstrations. The $79.00 includes roundtrip motor coach transportation and admission to the show. No refunds after March 2
Boston Quincy Market- Bus Trip (Spring 2018)
Get your friends together and come join us for a one-day trip to the Boston on Saturday, May 2. The $79.00 fee will include round trip motor coach transportation from York park and ride to Quincy Market. Once there, you will have 6 hours to tour the City, visit historical sights, go shopping or dine at restaurants of your choice and at your leisure. You don’t have to worry about paying tolls, driving down and back or finding a parking spot in the city! Space is very limited, so register early if you are interested. $79 (includes admission ticket) No refunds after May 4