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Emergencies On Board Your Boat W17

$5

with Ed Jones

Apr 4, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

This seminar is designed to prepare you as a boater for those unfortunate situations involving accidents and emergencies on board your boat. It will provide you with information to prepare adequately for common emergencies and how to deal with them when they occur. Topics covered are: preventing accidents, fire, getting lost, towing, medical emergencies, and more. The seminar will prepare you for both inland and coastal waters. A $35 fee is payable to the Kennebec River Sail & Power Squadron at start of class. Limit 25 students.

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Hunter Safety Messalonskee W17

$6

with Craig Gerry

Mar 16, 2017 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Be ready for Turkey season or get your hunting certificate ahead of the fall rush. This 10-hour in-the-classroom and home-study course is offered by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and covers the proper handling of firearms, hunter responsibilities, landowner relations, ethics, map and compass reading, first aid, and survival. You must attend all class time and pass the test in order to get your certificate. A parent or guardian must accompany students between 10 and 17 years of age. Please bring a notebook, pen or pencil, and backpack or shopping bag for your study materials. Pre-registration is a must. Limit 40 students.

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Mastering the Rules of the Road for Boaters W17

$5

with Ed Jones

Apr 25, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

This seminar provides an explanation with examples of the 37 Rules of the Road (Waterways) for both Inland Rules and International Rules (COLREGS). It simplifies the sometimes complex laws relating to boat operation for the recreational boater. It is also a starting point for study preparation for USCG license examination. Our goal is to help you to be a safer boater! A $35 fee is payable to the Kennebec River Sail & Power Squadron at start of class. Limit 25 students.

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Metal Detecting, Introduction to W17

$35

with Paul Harwath

Mar 28, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 8 weeks

This course will teach the fundamentals of metal detecting and the use of different types of metal detectors. You will learn proper discovery techniques with minimal soil disruption. You will learn the best way to extract your find without damage. We will cover the best places to search for treasures and how to interpret what your detector is telling you. Fun with exercise, you can’t beat it! Limit 15 students.

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Pokemon Hunting Walking Group W17

$24

with Shawna Quimby

Apr 5, 2017 at 5:30 pm, runs for 6 weeks

We will explore the streets of Waterville in search of Pokémon while learning the basics and secrets of the popular new cell phone phenomenon: Pokémon Go. You will learn all about taking over gyms, hatching eggs, catch bonuses, buddies, and so much more! All you need is a smart phone with the Pokémon Go app installed (if you need help installing we can do it together the first class), a comfy pair of shoes, and a great attitude! Pokémon and exercise lovers of all ages are encouraged to sign up for this exciting new class! A parent or guardian must accompany students between ages 5-13. Beginners are always welcome, and no prior Pokémon knowledge is necessary. No class April 19. Limit 25 students.

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Primitive Archery W17

$35

with Paul Harwath

Mar 20, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 8 weeks

This class will cover the making of a traditional longbow bow from common woods, both with and without the use of power tools. The use of power tools makes the task quicker but also makes it easier to cause a flaw that can cause breakage. The class will go over how to choose a piece of wood and what you will need to put your bow to use, such as bow string and arrows. This class is designed to help you discern whether traditional archery is for you. Limit 10 students.

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Pruning Do's and Don'ts Messalonskee W17

$11

with Barbara Russell

Mar 6, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Join us for this class and learn how to prune your trees, bushes and vegetables to optimize growth and fruit production. Limit 15 students

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