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Beginner Fly Fishing
with Jim Yarasitis
This course is for anyone with little to no fly fishing experience. We will cover basic casting, rod sizes, knots, types of flies, and how to tie them. You will have fun in these safe, low-key, and informal classes and gain the knowledge to start your fishing experience in a comfortable environment. Includes a one year membership to Trout Unlimited, a TU fishing hat, and all supplies needed for the classroom. Dress for the weather, as there is a possibility that class will practice on the river
Country Heat LIVE
with Alice Deegan
Experience the class that everyone is lining up for. Step right into the easy to follow, exhilarating country dance inspired workout. No complicated moves, no memorizing routines, just follow along to enjoy the low impact, high energy dance classes set to the hottest country hits. You’ll have so much fun stomping, clapping, and laughing, that you’ll forget you’re burning mega calories and toning your body from head to toe. Enjoy some well-deserved “ME TIME”! Wear sneakers and bring water.
Intro to Gold Prospecting
with Kevin Frost
This one night class will teach you real gold prospecting techniques and explain the equipment you will need to get started. You will learn to read the river and where to hunt for gold. We will inform you of places that are accessible to the public where sizable gold has already been found in Maine. * Wear non-skid closed toe sneakers or boots in case class ventures outside.
Intro to Wilderness Survival & Emergency Preparedness
with Kevin Frost
This course is designed to build confidence for any of your outdoor adventures. You will be learning several topics related to wilderness survival and emergency preparedness. You will gain practical knowledge of how to prepare for a survival or emergency situation such as a lost person scenario or a catastrophic event. This course will get students started on their way to becoming skilled survivalists. *Wear non-skid closed toe sneakers or boots, as class will venture outside.
Tai Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention
with Jackie Cressey Karen Reilly
Are you interested in a low-impact exercise program to improve flexibility and balance? Tai Chi movements are slow, controlled and gentle, emphasizing body alignment, weight transfer, and internal focus. Easy to both learn and do, the forms are designed to improve flexibility and balance, enhance relaxation, increase strength and flexibility, develop better breathing, and improve overall health. Tai Chi improves your balance and significantly reduces the rate of falls in older adults. Movements can be done seated or standing, making it ideal for people of almost any age or physical condition. Drop ins welcome.
with Louisa Abarno
A great introduction to the hydrostatic benefit of water fitness. This type of exercise is gentle on the joints and is adaptable to a range of fitness levels. Let’s have fun while exercising!