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with Sarah McDarby
Join Sarah to learn several basic knots and create a few ornaments for your holiday tree. You will learn beginner knots as well as some common terminology associated with the art of macrame. A materials fee of $5.00 must be paid to the instructor at the beginning of class.
Let It Go! w/ Tony
with Tony Garreton
"Let it Go with Tony" is under TDF (Tony Dance Fiesta LLC) and is not only a dance program that helps you physically by burning calories and keeping you fit, but it also helps you fight depression, it will encourage you to feel empowered and confident. It will be a time dedicated especially to you, where you will laugh, dance, without being judged. This class is for everybody, gender, age and shape… you will go at your own pace, just like you would in a nightclub or in a family party! Course fee is for 6 sessions with Tony.
Merrymeeting Gingerbread House Contest
with Merrymeeting Staff
Reserve your spot for this holiday decorating contest! Gingerbread Houses will be pre-assembled; decorating materials will be provided. Join us for a night of merry-making at Merrymeeting Adult Education! Paper ballot will determine first place and runner-up statuses, rewards tbd. *No cash prizes.
Holiday Scones for Everyone! Session II
with Deb Arter
*THIS SESSION IS FULL, HOWEVER THERE IS STILL SPACE IN SESSION III (12/15): https://merrymeeting.maineadulted.org/course/holiday-scones-for-everyone-session-iii/
If you want to make an economical gift that will be remembered and enjoyed this year ( who needs another sweater anyway?) this is the class for you! We will make 5 delightful scone recipes ranging from savory to fruity in one evening. You can choose to gift these or to use as the cornerstone of a festive holiday brunch or breakfast for your family. No need to buy special equipment or exotic ingredients. This class will fill quickly and class size is limited. Debra will show you how easy these treats are to make and decorate artfully. Bring containers to take home baked goods! No experience necessary!
Open Studio with Ed Higgins
with Ed Higgins
Open Studio starts Friday 12/9, stop by anytime between 8am-11am, for 10 weeks! Any medium, bring in your projects, get one-on-one tutelage from Master Artist Ed Higgins.
NO CLASS: 12/23, 12/30, 2/24.
Sculpture Workshop II
with Ed Higgins
This course is a continuation of the Fall Term Sculpture Workshop. In this class, we’ll take it to the next level and explore different options and media for working in three dimensions. In addition to clay, wax, and plaster, depending on student interest, we will look at possibilities of working in stone, metal, plastic or resin, and using found objects. Materials list will be emailed to you. ***NO CLASSES: 12/23, 12/30, 2/24.
Mixed Media Sketchbook Workshop II
with Ed Higgins
This is a follow up to the Multimedia Journaling course offered in Bath over the summer. Now offered in Topsham. Keeping a journal of your thoughts and ideas is essential for any creative pursuit. We’ll explore a wide range of media and techniques to create eye-popping journal entries. Everything from sketching, to collage and hand lettering. Creative writers and visual artists will trade ideas, working together in a relaxed and supportive environment. Materials list will be emailed to you. ***NO CLASSES: 12/23, 12/30, 2/24.
Invasive Bittersweet: Bird Feeder
with Zack Rouda
So-called "invasive" or round-leafed bittersweet is a creeping vine with inedible berries that is considered invasive in North America. Frustrating to gardeners and arborists, and not readily favored by birds, bittersweet is a largely useless bane on wild land. We can use traditional harvesting techniques to tend invasive bittersweet in the wild: harvesting material for baskets while controlling and suppressing future damaging growth. Learn to make a beautiful woven window feeder for birds! We'll cover identification, collection, processing and storage, and creation, including the basics of stake-and-strand waling and randing weaves.
Disclaimer: 1. Invasive Bittersweet plants used for this class are non-seed bearing shoots harvested from private property and 2. The bird-feeders made during this workshop cannot be used for commercial purposes.