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Rubber Stamping for Beginners

with Sherri Everett

Feb
2

February 2nd to March 9th, 2023

$38 More Info

Learn the basics of rubber stamping to create beautiful handmade cards. You will learn several techniques and create three to four cards each class.

We are proud to welcome our new instructor, Sherri Everett. A Kindergarten teacher in MSAD 54, Ms. Everett has owned her own stamping business for over eight years.

$12 Material Fee to be paid to instructor on first night of class.

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Rubber Stamping – Intermediate

with Sherri Everett

Mar
16

March 16th to April 27th, 2023

$38 More Info

Learn intermediate stamping techniques and how to create a variety of “fun fold” cards. You will learn several “stepped-up” techniques and create three to four cards each class. Basic rubber stamping experience is a prerequisite.

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How to Cast a Fly Rod—The first step to fly fishing 

with Mary Ostrowski

May
2

May 2nd to 11th, 2023

$50 More Info

Learn the fundamentals of casting on a one-to-one basis. Beginners to advanced casters will learn or improve the basic cast, roll cast, and mends. In addition, you will learn line management, casting in wind, hauling, and other useful tasks. Take advantage of a certified casting instructor to assist you with any casting problems. If you have an interest in being certified yourself, I can offer advice with that process.

This class will be held OUTDOORS on the Skowhegan High School premises. Bring a 4-7 wt. fly rod with a floating line. Instructor will provide a leader with a practice fly. DRESS FOR OUTDOOR PRACTICE. Dates of class can be flexible if weather conditions prevent a class.

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In this one-night class participants will learn the basics of digital photography: what you should have read in your owner’s manual but didn’t!

Topics covered include camera settings, understanding exposure and white balance, tips for making your best shots of various subjects. It’s a perfect session to attend BEFORE going on a vacation so you can take home your best shots.

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Photography: After Dark

with Mike Leonard

Apr
25

April 25th, 2023

$20 More Info

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In this one-night class we will explore all the things you need to know to take successful images after the sun sets and before the sun rises.  This session reviews exposure, how to shoot images in the dark - including the Milky Way and Aurora - and how to capture your best photo under just moonlight.  We will review equipment helpful for nighttime photography, including using a cell phone.

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Photoshop – Independent Study & Projects

with Lynn Perry

Feb
27

February 27th to April 24th, 2023

$65 More Info

Photoshop students from previous sessions will continue this spring in an eight-week independent study format. Students will fine tune their projects using photo enhancement for lighting, color and size; and add artistic elements with filters, text and framing.

Others who have been using Photoshop Elements or Photoshop are welcome to join the group for project support. The aim of this class is not traditional instruction but to create a place for group sharing, support and experimentation.

No class on April 17, 2023