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F18 GE About Boating Safely

$30

with Darrell Gilman, Ed.D.

Calendar Jan 16, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 6 weeks
This team taught, Twelve hour US Coast guard auxillary course provides recreational boater's with the basic knowledge and skills to boat safely on either inland or coastal waters. Students passing the exam at the end of the course are awarded a USCGA certificate that may be used to satisfy any furture state boat operator certification as well as possibly earning a discount on many marine insurance premiums. This course is approved by the National association of boating Law administrators. This course is offered in the fall ONLY.

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F18 GE Learn to Curl
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F18 GE Learn to Curl

$10

with Tim Gordley

Calendar Oct 27, 2018 , runs for 11 weeks
Learn to curl at the Belfast Curling Club. If you would like to try curling, a Winter Olympic, or are interested in joining Belfast Curling Club email learntocurl@belfastcurlingclub.org or call Steve McLaughlin at 685-9540. Wear loose comfortable clothing, dress warmly and bring a separate pair of clean sneakers.

F18 GE Let's Play Pickleball
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F18 GE Let's Play Pickleball

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with Darrell Gilman, Ed.D.

Calendar Nov 1, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 5 weeks
Come join the Pickleball staff for fun and exercise with one of the fastest growing sports in the country. Pickleball is a racquet sport with elements of tennis, table tennis and badminton. Need motivation? Our Pickleball group will have you playing over and over again. Meet that New Years resolution the fun way. A fee of $15 payable to the staff is required for game materials and equipment. There will be two sessions of 5 weeks each. All sessions will be held at the Captain Albert Stevens Elementary School in Belfast.

F18 GE Native American History in Maine - The Wabanaki Past and Present

$23

with Steve Byers

Calendar Oct 18, 2018 at 5:30 am, runs for 3 weeks
This course will highlight the indigenous history of Maine looking at the Wabanaki from pre-colonial time periods up to today. This class will expand the understanding of many who live in the land of the Wabanaki here in Maine. The class will offer videos, discussions and important historical information that many of us were not taught in grade school. Resources will be used from Indigenous and non-indigenous authors to gain a full understanding of the history of the Wabanaki and this land.

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