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Inn Our Kitchen: Pretzels & Beer
with Dave Noel
Explore the best kind of combination: pretzels and Mainecraft beer! Master the art of making soft pretzels while learning about craft beer at The Brewster House. Enjoy a hands-on evening full of shaping and twisting pretzels, sampling artisanal mustards and cheese dipping sauces! Pair these greats flavors with a flight of four Maine craftbrews! Food and beer fee included.
Inn Our Kitchen: Pretzels & Beer (Couples)
with Dave Noel
Explore the best kind of combination: pretzels and Maine craft beer! Master the art of making soft pretzels while learning about craft beer at The Brewster House. Enjoy a hands-on evening full of shaping and twisting pretzels, sampling artisanal mustards and cheese dipping sauces! Pair these greats flavors with a flight of four Maine craft brews! Food and beer fee included.
Mens Indoor Soccer
with Alan Gould
Start your Sunday morning with an energizing workout! Join us for this fun indoor soccer program. This is the perfect opportunity to stay active this winter.
Participants MUST be registered before they attend any sessions.
Moderate Yoga: Session III
with Tanji Johnston
Explore new ways to deepen your yoga practice! Focus on basic, intermediate and yin yoga postures, breathwork, and meditation techniques to cultivate a more peaceful body and mind. Some previous yoga experience will be helpful. Join the fun and learn about the benefits of yoga practice for your health!
Discover the fun in printmaking! This course is designed for the beginner printmaker (little to no experience necessary), and will focus on mono-printing and relief printing. Learn about the history and processes of printmaking, ranging from intaglio to block printing. We will use hands-on materials such as styrofoam plates, gelli blocks, and EZ-Cut material to create our own monoprints and relief prints. We will explore colors, patterns, and textures in our prints and make multiples. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover your inner artist! Materials included.
with Lucille Hunt
Discover the fun and social art of quilting! For beginners, we’ll cover all aspects of the quilting process, from choosing a pattern to the last binding stitch, both by hand and machine. More experienced quilters will be able to enjoy a forum for sharing ideas, learning new techniques, and working on their own projects.
Sea to Summit: Maine Lighthouses & More!
with Kelli Park
How many lighthouses can we visit in one day?! We do live on the coast of Maine, so why not find out? Let’s start the day with Marshall Point Lighthouse in Port Clyde, made famous by everyone’s favorite movie, Forrest Gump! We’ll make our way up the coast to Owl’s Head Lighthouse and enjoy expansive views of Penobscot Bay from rugged seaside cliffs. Let’s grab a picnic lunch at Market Basket, a gourmet market and bakery with something for everyone. Next stop: the summit of Mt. Battie! We’ll enjoy a relaxed mountaintop lunch while admiring the scenery that surrounds us in the Camden Hills. After lunch, let’s head to the Rockland Breakwater, an impressive man-made, mile-long granite breakwater that leads us to our third and final lighthouse of the day! Three lighthouses and one seaside mountain summit in one day- what more could you ask for?! Lunch (sandwich, chips, bottle of water, and a cookie) and park admission are included in the cost of the trip. Please dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes. Please bring layers, snacks and water, an insulated cooler bag for grocery purchases (if you plan to shop along the way) and a sense of adventure!
Studio Artisane: Console Table
with Sandrine Moser
Sandrine Moser is originally from a little town in Southern France. Sandrine’s woodworking career began in 2012 by building furniture for her daughter’s dolls. From there, she pursued her love for the craft with bigger pieces by building all the furniture in her house, including bookshelves, tables, and beds. Sandrine wants to empower her students by teaching them to confidently build their own projects. She wants her students to be proud to say “I built it!” This class is designed for beginner power tool users. Please keep long hair tied back, wearclosed-toe shoes, and do not wear jewelry. Materials fee of $40 paid to instructor.
Learn about the following in each workshop:
A. Selecting proper materials
B. Reading plans and visualizing the project
C. Measuring and laying out project parts
D. Identifying common hand tools by proper name
E. Identifying and demonstrating properusage of power tools
F. Cutting pieces
G. Sanding wood for preparation of finish
H. Sharing ideas on finishing (finishing is done at home)