TURNER — If you have cabin fever, sign up now for some classes sponsored by SAD 52 Adult and Community Education. There are old favorites plus many brand-new courses.
Some of the ones starting Feb. 21 through March 5 include:
ServSafe Certification: This is a nationally accredited food safety certification program designed for food service managers, directors, chefs, kitchen managers, dietitians, dietary managers and food service staff. Topics include food handling, HAACP, pest control and more. Fee includes textbook and exam.
Parents on Board: A great opportunity for parents with children ages 4-14 to learn how to best support their youngster’s education. Topics include how to create a learning environment at home, ways to encourage effectively, tips that build positive relationship with teachers and school staff plus much more.
Yoga Vinyasa Flow: This all-levels, breath-powered movement class incorporates elements of Tai Chi, Dance Yoga and Shiva Rea’s Vinyasa Flow Yoga. Students will experience increased flexibility, clarity of mind and restorative relaxation. Modifications for those with physical limitations.
Aromatherapy 101 Beyond Lavender: Discover the benefits and uses of essential oils and their impact on health and well-being. Safety and ideas for everyday living, cleaning and personal use will be discussed. Students will make their own personal hand sanitizer.
Maine Robotics Workshop: Boys and girls ages 9-13 will learn about robotics and engineering. Discover how engineers work to solve problems and help people in day-to-day living. Campers will work in small groups with instructors to design, build and program LEGO robots.
Six Tastes & Wellness Cooking Class – Ayurveda 103: Learn now to make ghee (clarified butter), kitchari for seasonal transitions and traditional Indian kitchari with vegetables to share with family and friends. Explore the digestive benefits of lassi, a yogurt drink. Enjoy communing with classmates after cooking.
Basic Energy Protection Meet Your Guide: Gain knowledge to keep yourself aware of who and what is around you at all times. Learn techniques when journeying into the unknown.
Bake the Night Away: Learn to mix, knead, proof and shape basic yeast dough. Create cloverleaf rolls, crescents, cinnamon rolls, tea rings and more. Recipes will be shared. All baking levels are welcome for this hands-on class. Children over 9 may attend with an adult.
Browse, register and pay online anytime at www.msad52.maineadulted.org.