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Dzogchen Meditation Center
October 2 10:30 til 12:00 - Madame Blavatsky
and her form of "Esoteric Buddhism"
The Dzogchen Buddhist Meditation Center, West Bath, ME 04530
John Palumbo is offering a workshop on Visioning: The Art of Living Inspiration on Saturday October 8th at Leapin' Lizards, in Freeport. Please call 568-3261, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Bartering is welcomed, and scholarships are available. See the flyer (09-27)
Astronomy: A Look at the Night Sky: Learn the constellations and how to identify them, as well as types of
Freeport Historical Society – 2nd Annual Historic Barns & Quilts tour
Freeport Historic Barns & Quilts Tour is a fundraiser of Freeport Historical Society. Tickets are $25.00pp and must be purchased in advance. These can be purchased online via MasterCard, VISA or your PayPal account at www.freeporthistoricalsociety.org (hit the Online donation button, enter your ticket amount, and send) or by check (mail to 45 Main Street, Freeport, ME 04032.) Call: 207-865-3170 for more information or you can contact FHS board member Vito Courtney [207-377-2794].
n addition, there will be live music on our stage from Celtic to country to bluegrass , our tent for story telling for children and adults, juggling by Will Silvers, recent winner of the junior competition of the World Juggling Federation, hay wagon rides, our NEW Return to Learning Tent featuring a variety of presentations and workshops, our Master Trades area displaying classic trades, our NEW Active area featuring kite flying and making, hula hooping, geocache with LL Bean and so much more. There is something fun for everyone. Lunch will be available from 11am – 2pm.
Freeport Historical Society (FHS), a non-profit organization, owns Pettengill Farm, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. FHS’ mission is to keep Freeport’s past present by advocating, educating, collecting and sharing Freeport’s long history through innovative and relevant public programs.
Visit us at www.freeporthistoricalsociety.org for more information or call 207-865-3170. (09/20)
Beginner Sewing Classes starting Mid-October: Now enrolling adult and teenage students for 8- to 10-week sewing classes. Students will choose projects and will be guided through the process of using a pattern, creating a pattern from and/or altering an existing piece, and gaining a close, working friendship and fluency with his/her sewing machine. We will work with different types of seams, button holes, and gathers along the way. Our focus will be on simple clothing patterns and sewn home goods, in addition to tackling a variety of gift ideas for the upcoming holiday season. Students are encouraged to add their own twists and interests to our syllabus. The cost is $160 for 8-weeks. Discount available for group sign-ups of 4 or more students. For more information, please contact Jane via email at email@example.com or call 207.632.4471. I look forward to sewing with you! (09/20)
Winter Hill Farm, Freeport’s own raw milk dairy, has room for new customers to enjoy our fresh, not pasteurized whole milk and yogurt. At Winter Hill we milk a very rare breed of cow, the Randall, which was on the verge of extinction until just a few decades ago. Just 6 miles from Merriconeag, the farm is a great place to bring your kids to pick up your orders weekly and say hello to our beautiful cows. For more information, please check out our website at www.winterhillfarm.com or find us on facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Winter-Hill-Farm/217682894949745?ref=ts). (09/13)
Please find the below the link to the AWSNA newsletter Inform. Inform is a publication sent by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) to all the affiliated Waldorf schools in its membership to keep parents, teachers, board members, alumni, and all those interested in Waldorf Education informed of the current events affecting Waldorf schools nationally and internationally. By including this page in your regularly published bulletin or newsletter, you help us keep our entire Waldorf constituency up-to-date on pertinent issues affecting the movement." Inform September 02011 (09/13)
Camp Sew & Sew – A weekly creativity retreat for your busy life!
Join us for sewing fun in our relaxed and spacious classroom, above Cotton Weeds Quilt Shop. With natural light and plenty of elbow room you will have no trouble finding your “Creative MoJo”; sharing ideas and friendship with other experienced and aspiring sewists. You will find people at the same level you are and others who are just learning to thread their machines! All skill levels are welcome! Rolling enrollment means there is no need to catch up, just come with a project in mind OR we can help you choose something beautiful and useful! Do you want to learn to install zippers or how to make buttonholes? Understand why we need to trim corners before turning a point and how to use all those mysterious “notions” at the fabric stores you visit. This is the place to take time for your own spirit while developing or honing your handwork skills!
When: Tuesday mornings from 9:30 to noon
Teen Camp Sew & Sew - I am looking for teens who wish to learn to sew or who want to continue developing the skills they have already acquired! Casual atmosphere (not structured)! Work on the projects you want to make or I will happily develop a fun (youthful projects) curriculum! Call me if you have a teen who would like to join us in the afternoons (day and times to be determined). $85 for 8 sessions Susan Pennoyer 207-807-1815 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.