This Monday evening course will use short fiction writing as a means of self-exploration. Participants are invited to bring something they are working on (but it isn’t necessary) but there will also be prompts and exercises with the opportunity to share and receive feedback. Each week will have an opening exercise to create in a safe environment and to explore the opportunities to know oneself more deeply through fiction writing. While ‘writers’ are welcome, this course is open to everyone!
Have you ever seen the Electric Slide or other “line dance” done at a wedding and wanted to participate, but didn't know the dance? Come learn! This class will be geared to beginners, but ALL levels are welcome and encouraged to come and join the fun! FUN (and a little exercise) - that's what this is all about! Instruction includes two dances, knowing the class will have quick learners. This is a 3-session class on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evening.
The short-term vacation rental community is growing worldwide and in mid-coast Maine. Are you wondering if your property has the potential for some extra income? Come and explore the possibilities that are available to you. This general information session will help you decide if short-term renting is the right fit for you, your family, and your home. Discussion specifics will be generated by your questions, and the ins-and-outs revealed by a two-year veteran of short-term vacation rental success. Considerations for discussion; lodging taxes, local permits, navigating the websites, security, and expectations. After the class has generated some clarity for you and you decide to jump on this journey, there will be another multi-day course offered mid-winter to help you actually get things up and running. This is a Thursday evening class.
Estate planning serves to manage an individual's asset base in the event of their incapacitation or death. This Thursday evening class provides an overview of basic and sophisticated estate planning, Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts, Wills, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives, and a discussion of the probate process.
A current hospice nurse shares the layers of care and expectation surrounding hospice. Q&A is welcome, and you’ll discover the philosophy of hospice care, and what exactly it is? Why do we want it? When is it appropriate to start the hospice discussion, what services are provided, how do you choose home vs in-patient care? Are you ready to have the hospice conversation? What do you want at the end of life? This is a Thursday evening class.