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Fantastic Photo Finishes: Organize & Edit Images with Your iPhone/iPad Photos App
This is a natural follow-up to the first course, but is a standalone course as well. The focus here is on editing images as well as knowing how to organize images and video on iPhones or iPads. Other areas of focus include using the “For You” section (ready-made slide shows), creating, using, and sharing albums, and search.
This online course allows students to work at their own pace. The three instructors provide personalized support for the class via email and/or online chat.
Now What Do I Want to Be.....
with GNG Adult Education Advisors
Have you been out of the workforce raising kids or caring for a family member? Whatever the reason, if you are looking for your next step, wondering what your next move will be, give us a call! We will help you identify your career interests and figure out how to get there. Individual appointments will be made with one of our advisors.
Call 657-9612 or email email@example.com for more information and to set up an appointment!
Taking Awesome Pictures With Your iPhone/iPad Camera
This is a step-by-step guide to taking beautiful photos, appropriate for novice photographers and anyone who wants to significantly upgrade their photography skills. Students will learn to take photos, portraits, slo-motion, panos, and more. Also students will learn about camera settings for proper focus and exposure, High Dynamic Range, and picture composition.
This online course allows students to work at their own pace.
The three instructors provide personalized support for the class via email and/or online chat.
with Maureen LaSalle
Forest Therapy is an immersive experience in nature.
Join us for a 2 to 3 hour forest therapy walk led by Maureen LaSalle of Leaf It Behind. Maureen is a trained guide with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapists. She will lead you through a series of invitations on a leisurely walk that will immerse participants in the natural beauty of the woods in spring.
Forest therapy has been shown to lower blood pressure, prevent stress and anxiety, increase cognitive functions and boost immunity- things we can all benefit from during these challenging times. Maureen will use techniques that encourages participants to tune into their senses and be present in the beauty of what is around you. This guided session will bring participants no further than a 3/4 mile walking distance. Attendees must be 16 years or older. Pets are not allowed. A list of items each student must bring with them will be included in your email receipt.
Masks are required and proper social distancing will be maintained.
Hunter Safety: Firearm Skills and Exam Day
with Tim Knedler
We are beginning a waitlist for this in-person instruction on Saturday, September 25, 2021. Once we have enough students to hold the class, we will contact you to convert your waitlist registration to an actual registration. Please call 657-9612 with any questions.
The Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife's Hunter Education Course is more than a 'gun safety' class. The basic mandatory course is taught by trained, certified volunteer instructors according to statewide standards. The course is made up of an "at home" portion before the classroom instruction.
#1 - Students must successfully complete the free online Official Maine Hunter Safety Course at: https://www.hunter-ed.com/maine/
#2 - Students print their voucher (that is valid for one year) and this will allow attendance at a Skills and Exam Day. Please make sure you print this voucher and bring it with you.
#3 - Students register for the Skills and Exam Day!
#4 - Students bring a complete survival kit with them to Skills and Exam Day. For more information on the survival kit, go to: https://www.hunter-ed.com/maine/studyGuide/Survival-Kit-Requirements-for-Maine/201022_700118753/
Please note: if you arrive at Skills and Exam Day without your voucher and survival kit, you will not be able to complete the course. No refunds will be issued.
Students should bring a snack/light lunch with them (as class work continues through lunch time) and dress to be outside.
Please call 657-9612 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Minimum age is 10 and students under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.