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Kids in the Kitchen


with Kimberly Nason

Calendar Nov 7, 2019 at 5:30 pm

In this new parent and child class we will prepare a full meal of an appetizer, entree, and dessert. This is a great opportunity for kids to feel more comfortable and confident in the kitchen. Be prepared to have fun, create, and eat some yummy food!

Material Fee: $25 per adult and child, payable to instructor

Legalized Marijuana: What Does It Mean for Our Kids?
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Legalized Marijuana: What Does It Mean for Our Kids?

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with Robin Carr

Calendar Oct 23, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

In this one night session, we’ll talk about what all this means for our youth and communities. Maine created a medical marijuana program in 2009, passed an adult use/commercial market marijuana law in 2016.  

Participants will be able to recognize new marijuana products (edibles,extracts, wax)

Participants will learn about trends and the public health and safety landscape in states implementing medical and adult use/commercial market marijuana laws

Best practices to prevent youth substance use in Maine


Parent and Child Pumpkin Paint Night


with Obrianna Cornelius

Calendar Oct 17, 2019 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

This new parent and child paint night will be a great time to get out and have some fun painting with your little one! Come wearing clothes you don't mind getting paint on. We will be doing our very own acrylic painting on a pumpkin! So sit back and enjoy a fun evening out! A great class to sign up with family and friends. Please register by October 10

Materials Fee: $10 paid directly to instructor.

Theraputic Foster Care
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Theraputic Foster Care

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with Laura Hagelin

Calendar Oct 22, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Are you a licensed foster parent with the Department of Health and Human Services and have been providing foster care for at least a year, or have 6+ months of paid experience with children who have developmental disabilities or struggle with their mental health? This one night class session will offer additional information on the difference between family foster care and specialized (or therapeutic) foster care, the nuts and bolts about how you qualify, the simple steps involved in the process of coming on board with an agency, scenarios for when this transition would and would not necessarily make sense and will answer any questions you may have.

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