Your browser is not optimized for viewing this website.

More information »

RSU5 Community Programs



Personal Enrichment

Moderate Yoga: Spring Session

$55

with Tanji Johnston

Calendar May 1, 2019 at 6:15 pm

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!

Will run

Money Management 101

$39

with Carolyn Jensen

Calendar Jun 4, 2019 at 6 pm

Wjile most adults can recite the equation of a straight line (y=mx+b), have navigated the capitals of every state and know how to navigate any awkward situation (Thanks high school!), most weren't taught basic money management skills.  But fear not!  Balancing your checkbook, selecting a new bank account or credit card, creating and maintaining a budget or doing your own taxes - I'll show you how easy it all can be and we'll have fun while doing it!  Bring a laptop if you can, but it is not necessary.

Quilt Creations
Registration Unavailable

Quilt Creations

$75

with Lucille Hunt

Calendar Feb 25, 2019 at 6 pm

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!

$49

with Kelli Park

Calendar May 29, 2019 at 8:30 am, runs for 1 week

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!

Seguin Island: September Sun

$59

with Kelli Park

Calendar Sep 4, 2019 at 9 am

If you’ve never been to Seguin Island, this is your chance! This beautiful little island is a true gem! Enjoy hiking trails, 360 degree views from rugged cliffs, and an endless ocean horizon! Seguin Island is a 64-acre island two miles off the coast of Phippsburg, home of Maine’s second oldest lighthouse! Seguin Light is the only lighthouse in the state using a first-order Fresnel lens and is also the highest lighthouse in the state at 180 feet above sea level. Let’s tour the museum and the lighthouse with the caretakers, and learn about local legends - Seguin has the reputation of being the most haunted lighthouse in Maine. This is one island you’ll want to visit again and again! Don’t miss this opportunity to discover the little-known secret of this gorgeous island! We will travel to the island on a small ferry boat. Please dress appropriately for the weather; bring layers, shoes that can get wet (sandals) AND shoes for walking, a bag lunch and a bottle of water, sunscreen, motion sickness treatment (if desired), and a sense of adventure! Please note that everything is carry in-carry out and there is one outhouse available on the island. The initial hike is a steep incline, so please note that this trip is designed for active individuals. In the event of rain or rough seas, the rain date will be Wednesday, September 11. 

Simply Manifest

$39

with Jeannie Sullivan

Calendar Mar 26, 2019 at 6 pm

Discover the beauty in manifesting energy! Learn somple techniques to get what you want out of life.  Believe and you shall succeed, as they say.  By using your creativity and the energies of the Universe, weill make a manifistation map to help you along your path.  Learn how to ask and align our best thoughts in order to receive all that the Universe has to offer.  Some supplies will be provided, but feel free to bring pictures and other creative material to make your map.

Small Business Finances

$39

with Carolyn Jensen

Calendar Apr 2, 2019 at 6 pm

Accounting and finance are integral components to small businesses and the most common cause for failure.  While updating your books is not as fun as selling your newest design or creating a marketing masterpiece, it's important and not nearly as complicated as you think,  Maintaining your books can take less time than making dinner each night! Forecasting will reduce your stress and financial statements can tell you all you need to know at the click of the mouse!  NO CLASS 4/16

Will run

Studio Artisane: Leaning Vanity

$45

with Sandrine Moser

Calendar Apr 4, 2019 at 5:30 pm

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.  Material fee of an additional $35 is to be paid directly to instructor the night of the class

Jaime Costiglio (photo credit)

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)

Will run





Forgot password?