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Personal Enrichment

29 and Dine: One Pot Wonders

$39

with Chris Toy

Calendar Dec 4, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Like tasty food? Not much time to cook? Hate cleaning up? This is the class for you! Join Chris for an evening of one pot (or pan) wonders. Each for the four dinners takes less than 30 minutes to prepare and uses only one pot or pan. We’ll be sure to have options for omnivores, vegetarians, and gluten free diners. Bring containers for leftovers. Food fee included. 

Adult Pickup Field Hockey

$10

with Angela Ingerson

Calendar Sep 10, 2017 at 4 pm

Join us for this fun and semi-competitive fall pickup field hockey league! Please bring shin-guards, mouth-guard, cleats and a stick. You will receive weekly notifications about weather cancellations, etc. For more information, contact Angela Ingerson at aingerson@myfairpoint.net. Location will depend on the completion of construction projects at Freeport High School.

Adult Volleyball (Mondays)

$40

with Tom McKibben

Calendar Sep 11, 2017 at 8 pm

Join this fun and competitive co-ed volleyball program. Come play pickup volleyball and sweat away those winter blues! No drop-ins. Must be preregistered with Community Programs. Monday nights will be a bit more competitive, Thursdays will be a bit more relaxed.

Course will run

Adult Volleyball (Thursdays)

$40

with Tom McKibben

Calendar Sep 7, 2017 at 8 pm

Join this fun and competitive co-ed volleyball program. Come play pickup volleyball and sweat away those winter blues! No drop-ins. Must be preregistered with Community Programs. Monday nights will be a bit more competitive, Thursdays will be a bit more relaxed.

Course will run

Alcohol Ink Necklace

$35

with Kellie Chasse

Calendar Oct 24, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Discover the beauty of alcohol inks on jewelry! Add your choice of colors, seal, and create your own unique Glass Pendant Necklace with fabric chain. Use our collection of inks and supplies or bring your own favorites. Bring your favorite beverage with you! You may create more than one necklace for an additional $10.

American Sign Language I
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American Sign Language I

$75

with Martin Samelson

Calendar Oct 4, 2017 at 6 pm

Learn basic sign language communication, including the sign alphabet, finger-spelling, basic vocabulary (colors, numbers, and animals) basic grammar, “baby sign” by request, and introduction to Deaf culture.  Join Martin Samelson, energetic college ASL professor, and job coach for Deaf in learning how to communicate without using voice.  Enhance your communication with Deaf and hard of hearing family, friends, coworkers, and customers.  Late-Deafened Adults are welcome.  No previous sign language experience is necessary. This class will be offered in the fall and the winter. 

American Sign Language I

$75

with Martin Samelson

Calendar Jan 9, 2018 at 6 pm

Learn basic sign language communication, including the sign alphabet, finger-spelling, basic vocabulary (colors, numbers, and animals) basic grammar, “baby sign” by request, and introduction to Deaf culture.  Join Martin Samelson, energetic college ASL professor, and job coach for Deaf in learning how to communicate without using voice.  Enhance your communication with Deaf and hard of hearing family, friends, coworkers, and customers.  Late-Deafened Adults are welcome.  No previous sign language experience is necessary. This class will be offered in the fall and the winter. 

American Sign Language II

$75

with Martin Samelson

Calendar Mar 7, 2018 at 6 pm

ASL II will begin with a brief review of ASL I (basic sign language communication). ASL II is designed to raise your skill level and be a "user-friendly" place to practice the sign alphabet, finger-spelling, numbers, vocabulary (hand-shape, location, movement), and familiar phrases. Our goal is to increase your awareness of Deaf culture and build confidence for communication with Deaf and Hard of Hearing family, friends, co-workers and customers.  Serious high school students, "baby sign" users, and Late-Deafened adults are welcome. Some previous sign language experience is helpful, but not necessary.  Join Martin Samelson, energetic ASL college professor and job coach for the Deaf, in learning how to communicate without voice. ASL is a visual language so no textbook is required. ASL II includes 1 practice sessions prior to start of course, in addition to regularly scheduled classroom lesson. Practice sessions will review ASL I material to increase skill level and preview ASL II material so you can get a running start on new vocabulary and grammar.  Your comfort and skill will increase by attending the practice session.





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