Identify techniques that will help you organize your personal time. Suggestions offered include prioritizing, reating the "To Do" list, and how we underestimate time. Tips on how to stop procrastinating and being overwhelmed will also be discussed.
ZOOM Where do you start when you want to buy a house, especially in these challenging times? Join us to learn the necessary steps and components along the way to becoming a homeowner! Learn about the 3 C's: credit, capacity, and collateral. The home loan process is covered, as well as the Maine State Housing First Time Homebuyer Program. Bring your questions for this informative evening! Casey Hamlin, licensed loan officer, is your instructor.
Are you a do-it-yourselfer who wants to give your yard a simple makeover or design a new garden? Do you need to add curb appeal to the house you are ready to put on the market. Or do you simply want to enjoy enhanced beauty in your backyard? Whatever your final goal, knowing some basic landscape design techniques will make it easier for you. Learn how to assess your needs, evaluate your site, come up with a plan, and select the right plants.
You have life stories to tell, so come join us for ideas and exercises to help you get started! Learn to write for your intended audience, and to save those memories for posterity. There will be four evenings to stir your creativity on these topics: Writing Basics; Writing to Inform, Empathize and compare; Writing Stories That Make You Smile; and Writing Stories Demonstrating Your Values.
Houseplants purify air, regulate humidity, and even reduce stress levels! This two week session teaches you the basics that you need to make your houseplants thrive. Basic needs will be covered in the first class: light, soil, water, nutrients, and pest control. The second class will include propagation and troubleshooting any issues are facing with your plants-bring in a photo of your plant, or bring a small plant in as needed to the second class.