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Hunter Safety - Archery *Mon/Sat
with Ernest West
Please be aware that this class meets on two separate days. If you choose, you may complete an online component in place of the Monday night session. You must complete and pass the online portion, and bring your printed certificate to the Saturday class. Registration is still required through Adult Ed. Please give us a call for more information.
This archery education course will provide students with a wealth of knowledge regarding equipment, proper hunting methods, responsibilities, and general safety. The course covers equipment, personal safety, survival/first aid, hunter responsibility, map and compass, ethics and landowner rights. Passage of a final exam is required. You must attend both classes to receive your certificate. This class is required to be eligible to purchase a crossbow hunting permit.
First Class: Monday 04/01/19 6:00p-9:00p
Second Class: Saturday 04/13/19 9:00a-4:00p
Please bring a bag lunch & drinks for the Saturday session. There is not enough time during the lunch break to leave the premises.
Ernie West has been teaching CPR and First Aid courses for 20 years. After retiring from the military, he has worked at Jackson Lab and also as a CNA. His passion is teaching safety classes. In addition to CPR/First Aid courses, he teaches outdoor recreation courses for the State of Maine in Hancock and Washington counties.
Hunter Safety - Crossbow
with Ernest West
This course covers personal safety, survival/first aid, hunter responsibility, ethics, map and compass, and landowner rights. Passage of a final exam is required. You must attend the full class in order to receive your certificate. This class is required to be eligible to purchase a crossbow hunting permit. This class is held immediately following the Saturday portion of the Archery Hunter Safety course.
West Coast Swing for Beginners
with Elizabeth Pouwels
Want to learn a partner dance but don't know where to start? If you've never taken a dance class, this class is perfect for the beginner. West Coast Swing is a versatile, fun-filled partner dance that is compatible with a wide variety of music, which makes it a good first dance to learn. WCS allows for both partners to improvise steps while dancing together. Your instructor will offer a pace at the level of the class and provide support and encouragement as you learn how to have fun with your partner and the dance. Come alone or with a partner - singles are welcome! Those who have taken beginner before are encouraged to freshen up their skills and the instructor will modify basics to add more challenge for those who have a working knowledge of the dance.
Elizabeth Pouwels teaches for various organizations including the Maine Swing Dance Council and the Ballroom Dance Society of Central Maine, and is a two-time winner of Dancing with the Ellsworth Stars.
David Koenka grew up in a family of dancers and takes great pleasure in learning and sharing all he can about dance.