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LERN Public Schools and Community Ed Member Highlights - Sept. 25

Old Orchard Beach/Saco Adult & Community Education turns an eco-friendly trend into great programming.

Turn your old junk and recyclables into treasures and gifts!
Learn techniques and ideas to give new life to your old items! We will do several small projects you can take home and discuss ideas to create other beautiful items. Discover ways to reuse old T-shirts, upcycle wine bottles & corks, and give new life to tin cans and glass jars. Class one: please bring four old T-shirts and a pair of scissors. Class two: please bring one wine bottle with label removed, two wine corks, an old book and a pair of scissors. Class three: please bring one clean tin can and one old glass jar, with labels removed.

Kelly Thayer, BA in Studio Art from U Maine, is the owner/artist at Kreations working with all types of materials. She is also a certified group exercise instructor, has been a dancer for 10 years and teaching for four.

Massabesic Center for Adult Learning demonstrates how text-based posts can still be visual.

Have you ever been to The Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay Harbor? If you haven't, or even if you have but would like to visit again, Here is your chance! We only have 3 more spaces left for our October 12th trip so sign up today! Call 247-2022 for more information or to sign up!

Parkway-Rockwood Community Ed shares the recipe for social media success.

Cook up some fun this fall with our healthy cooking classes! From our kitchen to yours, learn how food can taste good and be good for you. Let’s Can, Fermented Vegetables, the Kefirs and other classes start soon:

Itasca Area Community Education -Minnesota goes on a fossil hunt.

Fossil Hunt coming this Saturday, September 26, 2015 at Hill Annex State Park in Calumet at 9:30 AM. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Please call the Calumet Library at 247-3108 to register. Event is sponsored by the Calumet Library and Children First!

Monticello Community Education gives aspiring musicians an inside look at the business

The ABC's of the Music Business - Jumpstart Your Career!

Get an inside look at the music business from a musician that has made his entire living from original music for close to 10 years. Hear how he got his start in the business and moved from making $50 per show to $900 as a solo act where he continues to work on the national level. We'll cover building a money-making resume, booking, getting press, social media, touring and much more. You also get crucial networking opportunities, a zip drive with over a hundred hours of resources; videos and tips on the Music Business, all for less than one credit at a for-profit music school. $20 materials cost payable to instructor at class.