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Cumberland -North YarmouthCommunity Education and RecreationFall 2010September-December

General InformationMailing AddressCumberland Community Education/Recreation,290 Tuttle Rd, Cumberland Maine 04021Telephone: 207-829-2208 Fax: 207-829-2214Office Hours:Monday –Wednesday 8:00 am–5:00 pmThursday 8:00 am–6:00 pmFriday ClosedCumberland’s Web Site:www.cumberlandmaine.comWhen do I register?Program registration for Cumberland/North Yarmouthresidents upon receipt of brochure.Non-residents can register Tuesday, September 7.How do I register?Call or Visit! Registration is accepted in manyconvenient ways: in person, by mail, by phonewith credit card over $25.00. Priority will be givenon a first-come, first- serve basis. We encouragewalk-in registrations to ensure your placement in aclass! Fax, phone or by mail with credit cards willbe assessed a $2.00 handling fee. All fees mustbe paid at the time of registration. Please makechecks payable to the Town of Cumberland.Will I be sent confirmation?We do not send or call with confirmations.Consider yourself and/or your children enrolled inthe course(s) of your choice when you send in a completedregistration form and payment. Many classesand programs have limited enrollments, and may fill.What are your cancellation policies?We will notify you if the class has been cancelled orchanged. We reserve the right to cancel or consolidateany program that does not meet minimum participantregistration numbers. Avoid disappointment andplease register promptly.Program updates and cancellations due to inclementweather will be announced on our web site and answeringmachine. If after hours please call 829-2208.How do I get a refund?If we cancel a class or activity, all fees will berefunded. If you withdraw at least 2 business daysbefore the first class you will receive a refund orcredit slip minus a $5–$25 processing fee (i.e. ski orday camps will be $25 - non-refundable processingfee). If you withdraw less than 2 business daysprior to the first class, you may opt for 50% refundor 50% credit. If you withdraw after the first class,no refund or credit. Refund processing takes upto two weeks. We do not provide cash refunds.What if I have questions?Call Cumberland Community Education andRecreation at 829-2208.What is a senior citizen discount?Senior citizen discount(s) are statedthroughout our brochure . The discountapplies to seniors who are 65 or older.What are the fees?Fee are stated at the end of each program write-up.Non-Residents will pay an additional $10.00 .2

What’s Inside .....Registration Information .............................................. 2Career Pathways.................................................................4College Transitions .......................................................... 5Health Careers ................................................................... 6World Languages.............................................................. 7Computer Applications .............................................. ..8Ed2Go Online .....................................................................9Creative Economy..........................................................10Holiday Crafts...................................................................11Cooking Classes ..............................................................12Adult Learning... ..............................................................13Adult Trips...................................................................14-15Adult Fitness................................................................16-18Saturday Swim Lessons....... ........................................19Youth Swim.......... .............................................................20Early Release Wednesdays .........................................21Youth Athletics............................................................22-23Youth Enrichment.....................................................24-25Early Release Wednesday Ski Program .............., 26Activities .............................................................................27Val Halla Golf Course ....................................................28Regional Opportunities ..............................................29Farmers Market ................................................................30Registration Forms .........................................................31Abbreviation Key:Staff:Brian Bickford, DirectorPeter Bingham, Program DirectorSarah Davis, Adult Education DirectorCindy Stennett, Administrative AssistantChris Logan, Parks SuperintendentSuzanne Martelle, Aquatic DirectorToby Young, Val Halla SuperintendentWilliam Shane, Town ManagerRobert G. Hasson, Jr., SuperintendentDRS ......................................(Drowne Road School)GHS ......................................... (Greely High School)NYMS .............. (N. Yarmouth Memorial School)GMS ....................................(Greely Middle School)WCCH ..............................(West Cumberland Hall)CTC .......... (Chebeague Transportation Co. Lot)PML ............................... (Prince Memorial Library)CTH ..................................(Cumberland Town Hall)Questions? Call Us • 829-22083

Career PathwaysGeneral EducationalDevelopment (GED)The GED tests have been designed to measure major academicskills and knowledge in core content areas that are learnedduring four years of high school. The GED tests measurecompetencies in five subject areas; writing, social studies,science, literature, and mathematics. Successful completionof all five tests leads to a State of Maine High School EquivalencyDiploma, which is accepted by colleges and employers.Pre-tests are offered at the Adult Education Office by calling829-2208 to schedule an appointment. If you are at least 18years of age and do not have a diploma, you may get a referralto a nearby GED test site. There is no fee for GED testing. Allinquiries are confidential.Discover Your Best Career FitInstructor: Dale Stair, Coastal Career ConsultingBeing in the wrong job can feel like wearing your clothes twosizes too small. While you may be able to function in them,they may chafe, rub and pinch until, over time, you’re thoroughlymiserable. But figuring out the right job has often beenas elusive as discovering the meaning of life! This workshopwill have you take two of the most widely-respected careerassessments on-line from the comfort of your own home, theMyers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Strong Interest Inventory.Your results will be explained to you in the followingtwo sessions. At the end of these, you will have a much bettersense of what your ideal career environment might be andwhich occupations might really interest you. Next steps willbe discussed so you can go shopping for careers that reallyfit! This class is appropriate for high school students who aretrying to make career and college plans, as well as adults whoare looking to change careers or simply to confirm that theyare where they should be.Tuesday, October 6 & 13GHS 6:30-8pmFee: $ 48 (includes career assessments, plus a personalizedcareer notebook)Resumes, Cover Letters, andInterview Skills Made EasyInstructor: Dale Stair, Coastal Career ConsultingMany people are often intimidated by writing resumes andcover letters because they feel awkward writing wonderfulthings about themselves. Many have no idea what makesa good resume or cover letter because these things are nottypically taught in school. In spite of how much people hatedoing them, these documents are critical marketing toolsenabling you to get the job you really want. In this 3-sessionworkshop you will learn the basics of how to put together apowerful marketing package on a very valuable product…you! The first session will focus on resumes: the basics aswell as tips and possible pitfalls. Session 2 will focus on thecover letter, a great way to convince a potential employer thatyou are worth a closer look and an interview. The third sessionwill be all about the interview. We will discuss the “do’sand don’ts,” how to present yourself professionally, and howto tackle those tough questions. You will be as prepared aspossible for your next interview which will help boost yourconfidence as well.Tuesdays, Nov. 2, 9 & 16GHS 6:30-8pmFee: $48SMCC ClassesIn cooperation with local area community and adulteducation programs, SMCC is pleased to offer residentsa convenient way to pursue college education.Cumberland/North Yarmouth, Gray/New Gloucester,and Windham/Raymond Adult Education each serveas host of an SMCC Satellite Center. Enroll in theseSMCC classes close to home, in your community!4

College Transition ProgramAre you thinking of taking a college course? Could you benefitfrom some extra support and guidance as you make thetransition to college?Not sure what to pick for college classes? Help is readily availablewith FREE in-depth career counseling. Take two of themost respected career assessment tools which will guide youin choosing the college program or career that's right for you.Cumberland/North Yarmouth Community Education isa partner with Windham Adult Education and Gray-NewGloucester Adult Education programs in a College Transitionsgrant.Program services:The goal of the College Transitions program is to help Maineadults successfully transition to college. Some of the servicesavailable are:• Study skills help• Accuplacer testing-this is the test to entercommunity college• College prep courses- writing and math• Helping with applications and financial aid• Providing college counseling and career planning.• “Success in College” classPlease contact Sarah Davis, Adult Education Director, atCumberland Community Education at 829-2208 for moreinformation. Some services are not available in all programsNote: You must have a high school diploma or GED to participatein the College Transitions Program.Interested in a Learning More about a Career inthe Health Professions?Susan Williams of SMCC will present “Health CareerOpportunities” and available training programs atSMCC. This informative presentation is for thoseconsidering a career change andfor those exploringthe many opportunities available in health care!Wednesday, Sept. 22GMS 6:30-8pmFREE, but please call 829-2208208to register !College TransitionsSuccess In CollegeInstructor: Sherry DolloffHaving the ability, knowing your strengths, and planning forwhere you want to be in life are three major influences on yoursuccess in college. This class will introduce you to the collegeenvironment and provide opportunities to strengthen skillsnecessary for success at the college level. We will explore thelearning process, learning styles, and student developmenttheory. We will lead you through the Career Decision Makingprocess to help you understand and successfully manage thepath to a successful and rewarding career, all through reading,writings and activities.Tuesdays, Sept. 7- Dec. 14GHS 6-8:45 pmFee: $50/ $60 non-resOther College Transitions ClassesGray/New Gloucester Adult Education 657-2620Basic ChemistryMath for CollegeWindham Adult Education 892-1819Intro to MicrosoftAccounting I and IIMedical TerminologySuccess in College (Wednesday night class)NEW!Questions? Call Us • 829-22085

Health CareersAre you considering a career in a health profession?Medical Terminology – NEW!Instructor: Ann Russo-LaddStudents will learn how medical terms are analyzed andbuilt, how to pronounce and spell terms correctly, and applymedical terms as they relate to basic anatomy and physiology,common diagnostic tests and common diseases of each bodysystem. No previous knowledge of biology is presumed orneeded. Students should pick up their text book in the CommunityEducation office in the Cumberland Town Hall andfirst assignment at time of registration to be prepared for thefirst class. This course is offered in partnership with PortlandAdult Education. Successful completion of Medical Terminologycan be used for college credit at SMCC if student isaccepted at SMCC.#1. Tuesdays, Sept. 7 – Dec. 21 & Thursdays 9/23, 10/14,11/18 & 12/9.GHS 5:45pm-8:45pm#2. Tuesdays, Sept. 7 – Dec 21 & Thursdays 9/16, 10/14,11/4 & 12/2PAE-Riverton 11:30-2:15pmFee: $109/ $119 Book: $68Explore a Career as an Administrative MedicalAssistant-Ed2go OnlineAre you interested in a career in the medical field—and areyou seeking job security and room for advancement? Here’syour chance to learn all about the exciting job of an administrativemedical assistant (AMA). In this course, you’ll explorethe many responsibilities of an AMA, from making appointmentsand handling the front desk to creating a medical chartand verifying patients’ insurance. In addition, you’ll learn toperform check-out tasks including creating a receipt, postingpatients’ charges, and filing a medical chart. And finally,you’ll delve into the basics of diagnostic and procedural codingand insurance billing.Fee: $89 (See page 9 for more information on Ed2go)Online Classes start 9/15, 10/20, 11/10 & 12/8Medical Coding- Ed2go OnlineTake your first step toward a lucrative career as a medicalcoder! In this course, you'll learn how to find medical codesfor any disease, condition, treatment, or surgical procedure.We'll discuss how medical coding works in the real world,and then we'll go over the different types of codes you'll needto understand to describe every aspect of a patient's visit andreport that information to an insurance company. From there,you'll be ready to begin putting it all into practice. By the endof this course, you'll know how to find your way through boththe CPT manual and the ICD-9-CM manual, and you'll bewell on your way to becoming a medical coder.Fee: $89Online Classes start 9/15, 10/20, 11/10 & 12/8Community CPRInstructor: Cumberland Fire Department AHAThis class is for the general public and covers infant, childand adult CPR and choking as well as automated defibrillation(AED). At the conclusion of the class students receive anAmerican Heart Association (AHA) Heart Saver CPR/AEDcard good for 2 years. The class meets at the Cumberland FireDepartment's Central Station at 366 Tuttle Road. Parking is inthe right-hand lot and entrance is at the front to the left. FMIcall Captain Evariste Bernier at 829-5421 (ext. 202) or .Choose one date:Tuesday, Sept 7 or Oct. 5Cumberland Fire Department 6-9pmFee: $40Check the CFD website for information on other classes offeredsuch as First Aid:

World LanguagesSpanish for Beginners and TravelersInstructor: Institute for International StudiesWhy study Spanish? It can allow you to communicate withalmost 500 million people worldwide…and if you plan totake a trip to Spain or Latin America, a little knowledge ofSpanish will take you a long way. So, where to start? Take awell planned beginners’ course that allows you to start understandingand expressing yourself from day one!Covering both the grammar and basic conversational aspects,you will gain an introduction to basic grammar and the acquisitionof idiomatic and basic conversational expressions. Ourcourse concentrates on developing key language and practicalskills in a broad range of life, work and travel situationsand vocabulary. You will develop your ability to socialize andnetwork in a Spanish speaking environment, with informative,up-to-date and interesting activities!Tuesdays, September 28 – Nov. 2GHS 6-7 pmFee: $65 / $75 non-resItalian for Beginners and TravelersInstructor: Institute for International StudiesIf you are planning a trip to Italy, or if you are simply curiousor fascinated by the Italian language, customs and culture,join this interactive and fun course. You will be introducedto basic grammatical structures and vocabulary of daily practice,while interacting with others in a full immersion experience.In doing this, you will acquire the ability to understand,speak, write and read basic Italian. These skills will be furtherenhanced through role-playing exercises that reproduce thekinds of everyday experience you might encounter in Italy.This course does not require any prior knowledge of Italian.Monday September 20- November 1(No class October 11)GHS 5:00-6:00pmFee: $65/ $75 non-resSpanish Conversation Classes forIntermediatesInstructor: Institute for International StudiesIf you are looking for dedicated Spanish conversation practice,we invite you to practice speaking while browsing throughvarious conversational topics, helping you towards that muchsought-after fluency in social situations. This is an opportunityto practice your Spanish in dynamic and stimulating role-playsituations. An interactive exchange that may also create richpersonal experiences and sharpen cultural understanding isdesigned to offer you a maximum of real Spanish languagepractice.With structured Spanish activities that will provide lively insightsinto everyday life vocabulary, you will learn about awide variety of topics about Spanish life, and about the otherSpanish speaking countries and their culture. A perfect coursefor improving your Spanish communication skills in a stressfreelearning environment!Tuesdays, September 28 – Nov. 2GHS 7- 8 pmFee: $65 / $75 non-resIntroduction to Teaching ESL/EFLEd2go OnlineEnglish language teachers enjoy a wide range of opportunitiesand face a daunting set of challenges. You teach more thana subject—you're teaching skills that will open up the entireworld to your students! This course will show you innovativeways of teaching vocabulary and grammar, listening andspeaking, and reading and writing. But more than that, it willgive you a deeper understanding of who your students are andwho you are as a teacher. So join us on this journey of becominga more reflective and effective English language teacher.Classes start 9/15, 10/20, 11/10 & 12/8Fee: $89*For more information on Ed2go classes,please go to page 9.Questions? Call Us • 829-22087

Computer ApplicationsMac 101 BasicsInstructor: Kent PelkeyThinking of switching to a Mac? Maybe you have aMac computer and would like to know where the Finderis? This is a basic class on the Apple system and someof the applications that come with the computer. Theclass will look at the care and cleaning of the computer,file storage, system preferences, and some of the basicapplications.Wednesday, Nov. 3 &10GHS 6:30 - 8:30pmFee: $24/ $34 non-resGoogle DocsInstructor: Kent PelkeyGoogle offers productivity software that is free to useand can be accessed anywhere you can connect to theweb. The software includes mail, word processing,spreadsheet, and presentations with many more available.Upload word processing documents to Google,convert them to Google Docs, and save them for useanytime, anywhere. This class will touch on the basicsof the productivity software.Wednesday, Nov. 17, Dec., 1 & 8GHS 6:30 - 8:30pmFee: $35/ $45 non-resBehind the WheelDriver’s Education CourseInstructor: Bartley’s Driving SchoolThis driver’s education course is licensed by the State ofMaine, with 30 hours of classroom work and 10 hoursof driving. Students must be 15 years of age or olderin order to register. At the completion of the course,students will be issued their Maine State permit, whichis included in the course fee.You must register directly with Bartley’s Driving Schoolat 657-5010.Monday, Wednesday, FridayGHS 5:30-8:30pmClass Start Dates: Sept. 8, Oct. 6, Nov. 3, & Dec. 8Fee: $420Maine Driving DynamicsInstructor: Bureau of Highway SafetyThis course offers drivers the opportunity to improvetheir driving skills by learning about collision avoidancetechniques, safety issues, driver habits and attitudes,and the basic elements that constantly challengedrivers on Maine’s highways. Class format includeslecture, audio-visual and class discussion. Studentswho complete the course receive a three-point credit ontheir driving records. You must bring or send copy ofyour driver’s license to register. Pre-registrations only.No walk-ins.Saturday, October 2GHS 8:00am – 1:00pmFee: $40/ $10 seniors (age 65 +)Note: Limited Space. Please register early!8

Ed2go OnlineAre You Too Busy To Take AnAdult Education Class?Experience Education To Go®Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun,convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famousfor their ability to create warm and supportive communitiesof learners. All courses run for six weeks (with a two-weekgrace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented andinclude lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussionareas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete anyof these courses entirely from your home or office and at anytime of the day or night.Courses Start Monthly:9/15, 10/20, 11/10 & 12/8How to Get Started:To see all the courses we offer, visitour Online Instruction Center the Orientation link and follow the instructions to enrolland pay for your course. During orientation you will learnimportant information about your course. You will also beprovided an opportunity to choose the name and passwordyou will use to access your course. This step is critical! Youcannot access your course until you complete orientation.When your course starts, return to our Online InstructionCenter and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies,simply log in with the name and password you providedduring orientation.Creating Web Pages- Online classCreate and post your very own Web site on the Internet in thisextensive, hands-on, six week workshop. First, you'll learnabout the capabilities of the World Wide Web and the fundamentalsof web design. Then, with your instructor's patientguidance, you'll plan the content, structure and layout of yourWeb site, create pages full of neatly formatted text, build linksbetween the pages and to the outside world, and add color,backgrounds, graphics, tables, hot buttons, and animation.You'll also learn critical and timely information on securingthe best possible location in search engine listings, and powerfulno-cost or low-cost web marketing strategies.Classes start 9/15, 10/20, 11/10 & 12/8Fee: $89Comment from a student:“I was VERY nervous about taking an online class!I was scared I would get lost and would neverhave my questions answered. I was SO WRONG!The discussion area was excellent. All of my questionswere answered and I really felt like I hada "class" around me. I would DEFINITELYtake another online class from this instructor!”Requirements:All courses require Internet access, e-mail, the NetscapeNavigator, or the Microsoft Internet Explorer.Some courses may have additional requirements.Please visit our Online Instruction Center for access tocomplete course descriptions, student evaluations, instructorbiographies, requirements, and other info.Questions? Call Us • 829-22089

Creative EconomyBeginning Drawing ClassInstructor: Diane DahlkeLearn the basics of drawing in this fun and relaxingthree-week class with Cumberland artist and MaineCollege of Art instructor, Diane Dahlke. Diane willcover topics such as the use of line, value (lightness anddarkness), and a basic process to use. Students shouldbring a large sketch pad or newsprint pad, a kneadederasure, charcoal sticks or charcoal pencil and a softdrawing pencil. Limited to 10 peopleMonday, September 20 – October 4 (3 weeks)NYMS Art Room 7:00-9:00 pmFee: $20 / $30 non-resOpen Art StudioInstructor: Diane DahlkeDo you wish you had more time to paint? If you havebasic art skills and want to use them in a supportivegroup setting, this class is for you! Participants candraw or work in a variety of paint mediums; instructionand guidance is provided by a professional artist alongwith a still-life setup. You do not have to be a skilledartist to attend. Let this class give you the focused studiotime you need! Please bring your own materials.Limited enrollmentMonday, October 18 - Dec. 6NYMS Art Room 7:00-9:00 pmFee: $48/ $38seniorsMosaic Furniture Workshop – NEW!Instructor: Rachel MillsThis class is all about recycling and recreating. Usingceramic tile, broken pottery, stones, glass, shells andwhatever else you have around the house, we will createa one of a kind piece of art. Its functionality is completelyup to you. Give new life to old furniture. Idealprojects include a side table, stool, chair, mirror, benchor dresser drawers. Pieces need to be portable to andfrom class. A materials list will be emailed to students.Some materials will be provided.Mondays & Wednesdays Sept. 27 , 29 Oct. 4, 6, &13(no class Oct. 11)GMS Art Room 6:30-9:00pmFee: $65/ $75 non-resLocker Hooking for BeginnersInstructor: Pamela Harwood,Longwoods Alpaca FarmMany people drop by the farm or the farmers marketand wistfully say they wish they could knit, spin or crochet,but just don’t have the knack. If you are one ofthese people, then Locker Hooking is for you! In oneclass you will learn all you need to know to make atrivet. Then the sky is the limit as your new skill maybe used to create rugs, wall hangings, place mats, pillows,and so much more! Limited to 8 peopleTuesday, September 14GHS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $12/ $22 non-resNote: Please pick up materials list at registration atCumberland Town Hall.10

Holiday Crafts !Sea Glass Jewelry Workshop – Part 1Instructor: Lynne HollandIn this unique jewelry workshop, you will learn basic wirewrapping skills to turn sea glass into wearable art. You canchoose to make a pendant or wine charm in this workshop,a great opportunity to create a memorable gift. Bring in yourown sea glass and make it come alive in a piece of jewelry!Materials will be also provided and a materials fee will bepayable to instructor at the class.Tuesday, September 28GMS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $16 / $26 non-res, plus applicable ($10) materials feepayable to instructor at classHoliday/Christmas Greeting CardWorkshopInstructor: Nancy MurrayLearn how to make cards with a personal touch for the specialpeople in your life! In this workshop, we will make holidaycards which can also be used as invitations. We will use a varietyof stamping techniques including heat embossing. Dimensionand flare will be added to your cards through embellishmentand different methods of coloring. Each participantwill make up to six cards to take home; sample cards will beon display at the Community Education and Recreation officein the Cumberland Town Hall. This workshop is opento beginner and experienced stampers alike! Please bring toclass: ruler, small sharp scissors and pencil.Saturday, November 6GMS 9:00am – 1:00pmFee: $18/ $28 non-res, plus $5 materials fee payable toinstructor at classSea Glass Jewelry Workshop – Part 2In this workshop, you will make two pendants or one pair ofearrings. Bring in your own sea glass or materials will be providedfor a small fee payable to the instructorNote: You must have experience with wrapping wire or havetaken the first workshop.Tuesday, October 19GMS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $16 / $26 non-res, plus applicable ($10) materials feepayable to instructor at classNew Balsam Fir Workshop!Instructor: Tom and Lorraine Lindstedt, Woodlot Mgt.In this combination workshop, you may choose to make eithera fresh balsam fir Kissing Ball or a tabletop tree! Pleaseindicate which project you wish to make when you register.Bring to class: Gloves and small hand prunersCHOOSE ONE:Kissing Ball: Using materials provided, you will make a fullarrangement of Maine balsam decorated with red ribbons.This fragrant variation of the traditional mistletoe ball is designedto hang on the porch, entry hall or archway above yourfavorite kissing spot.Tabletop tree: This is an attractive centerpiece, a real tree foryour home or office. Materials provided include tree formand balsam fir to create a tree 15” high and 12” diameter.Bring your miniature decorations to complete the project!Tuesday, December 7GMS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $9 / $19 non-res No discountsAdditional materials fee of $10 for either project payableto instructor at classQuestions? Call Us • 829-220811

Cooking ClassesChinese Seafood Cooking ClassInstructor: Chris ToyIn this new Chinese cooking class, a variety of yummy seafooddishes will be presented. The menu for this class is sweetand sour shrimp and chicken, steamed haddock fillet withginger, garlic, and green onion, pork and scallop egg rolls, andbroiled swordfish with plum sauce. You will enjoy a full mealafter learning the secrets of preparing these popular dishes.Monday, September 13GMS 6:00-8:00pmFee: $16/ $26 non-res plus $8 food fee payable toinstructor at classSoup and SushiNEW!Instructor: Chris ToyOur Japanese cooking lesson with Chris will start with seafoodmiso soup, California rolls and more! You learn howto prepare sushi with your own sushi mat which will be provided.Dinner is included, so bring your appetite!Monday, October 18GMS 6:00-8:00pmFee: $16/ $26 non-res plus $8 food fee payable toinstructor at class.Chinese Hot Pot CookingInstructor: Chris ToyChinese Hotpot is an ancient form of cooking- delicious andnutritious too! The Chinese in Beijing stay warm in the winterby gathering together around a Chinese Hotpot to socializeand eat. Chinese Hotpot is a combination of fresh steaminghomemade soup and a fondue party! The menu will be chicken,pork, beef, seafood, vegetables and two types of broth!Dinner is included, so bring your appetite!Monday, December 6GMS 6:00-8:00pmFee: $16/ $26 non-res plus $8 food fee payable to instructorat classTurkey Extravaganza!NEW!Instructor: Wendy WrenRoast a turkey breast on Sunday and use leftover turkeythroughout the week for quick and easy meals with roots indifferent parts of the world. We'll make four meals to shareduring the class! Recipes and grocery lists for all four mealswill go home with class participants so you can create thesedishes again and again. This class will give you great ideas forusing your leftover Thanksgiving turkey!Tuesday, November 9GHS 6:00-8 :00pmFee: $18 (includes generous samples of the four meals!)12

Adult LearningCurrency “Camp”Instructor: Tom Shepard, CFPCounting, buying, selling, insuring, bribing, begging, giving,investing, speculating, earning, trading, blackmailing. Howmuch do you really understand about the variety of useswe have for our money? How dependent are you on usingmoney rather than your other forms of currency to accomplishthe things you want? Do you have too much time andnot enough money…. or too much money and not enoughtime? Too much stuff? Come have a summer camp experiencein the fall. Over three week nights Tom Shepard, CFPwill explore with the group the evolution of "Currency" andprovide a framework to help you better understand the flow ofvalue, the creation of wealth and the sharing of Time, Talentand Treasure. Great for couples with young kids and parentsand their teens! (Babysitting will be provided-please let usknow in advance.)Wednesday Sept 29, Oct. 6 & 13.GMS 6:30-8pmFee: $20 per couple/ $15 personFinancial Aid Boot Camp for 2010Instructor: Andy StickneyA class for parents of any age children wanting to understandthe college financial aid process at both public and privatecolleges. We cover investment strategies that can potentiallyhelp minimize a family’s expected family contribution. Theimpact of the 2010 takeover by the Department of Educationof all subsidized federal lending to students and parents is reviewed.We examine the impact of the junior year tax returnon the senior year aid application.Tuesday, October 5GHS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $10 per coupleAndy is a Chartered Financial Consultant, specializing forthe past 10 years in college funding strategies, has 3 recentcollege graduates and a senior in high school.Planning Ahead for Peace of MindInstructor: Jane MullenConsider the emotional benefits of planning a funeral in advanceof a need, rather than waiting until immediately after adeath has occurred- peace of mind for both those who plan andtheir loved ones. To help with pre-planning each participantwill receive a Personal Planning Guide to help define, organizeand communicate their funeral-related wishes to loved ones,and as “5 Wishes” living will which addresses personal, emotional,spiritual and medical needs and wishes. Please note thatthe presenter approaches the course content with a light touchand a sense of humor!Tuesday, November 9GHS 6:30pm- 8pmFee: $10 / $5 seniorsJane Mullen speaks both from personal experience and asLindquist Funeral Home's Planning Ahead Specialist.Study Nine Nights with a Taoist MasterInstructor: Louise PoppemaCome explore, discuss and experience Master WaysunLiao’s book, Nine Nights with a Taoist Master. Traditionallytrained in Taiwan, Master Liao was declared a Masterin his early twenties and sent to the United States to teach.This book presents Master Liao’s living understandingand interpretation of Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching, a classic ofChinese philosophy as he learned it directly from the Taoistsage who taught him. Please have the book for the firstclass. It can be acquired directly from, theTaichitao Center website at or by request from local bookstores.Wednesdays, October 6 - Nov. 10PML 7pm- 8pmFee: $60 / $70 non-res / $55 seniorsQuestions? Call Us • 829-220813

Adult TripsFall Foliage TripAll aboard, the Maine Eastern Railroad! Come aboard thenewly restored vintage railcars for a carefree journey throughthe spectacular scenery of mid-coast Maine, between Brunswickand Rockland. We will experience charming seasidevillages, picturesque sailboats, lobstermen working their trapson the bay, tidewater wildlife and magnificent foliage. Enjoylunch (on your own) at one of the many restaurants and cafesin the quaint village of Rockland only a block away; also agreat bit of free time shopping Space is limited so registerearly. This trip is cosponsored with the communities of Yarmouth,Freeport, Gorham, Old Orchard and Yarmouth.Wednesday, October 13thDepart CTC at 9:30am for 10:15am train/ Return approx.6:30pmFee: $49Wicked Walking Tour of PortlandExperience the “most wicked ghost tour ever,” as your guideleads you on a walking through Portland’s Old Port. Learnstrange facts and bits of history, including stories of a Witch’sCurse, a Ghostly Pirate Ship and a Disembodied Diva!Wednesday, October 20Depart CTC at 1:00pm/ Return approx. 3:30pmFee: $19Magic of Christmas ConcertGet into the holiday spirit with this traditional favorite Christmasconcert featuring the Portland Symphony Orchestra, thePortland Community Chorus, Joe Cassidy, Tenor and the Figuresof Speech Theater Puppets! With Robert Moody againtaking the reins, Maine's favorite musical holiday traditionreturns with many beloved traditions both old and new.Friday, December 17th 2pm matineeDepart CTC at 1pm /return approx. 5pmFee: $35 Deadline to register: October 20Out to Lunch at SMCC!Join us for lunch at Southern Maine Community College aswe enjoy the panoramic view of Casco Bay and the epicureandelights served and prepared by the school's Culinary Artsstudents. Sign up early so you don’t miss out, as these tripsare popular! Limited!SMCC 1. Thursday, October 14- Served lunchDepart CTC at 11:15am / Return at 2pmFee: $19, gratuity includedSMCC 2. Friday, December 10- Sumptuous BuffetDepart CTC at 11:15am / Return at 2pmFee: $19, gratuity includedRadio City Christmas SpectacularProvidence Performing Arts Center, RIFill your heart with Christmas as the world-famous RadioCity Rockettes® bring their eye-high kicks and a cast andcrew of over 100 to the magnificent Providence PerformingArts Center. The breathtaking Radio City Christmas Spectacularis a glittering present full of fun and surprises. We willtravel to Rhode Island by motor coach and enjoy a 2:00pmmatinee. Following the show, we will visit Fire & Ice Restaurant( for dinner on your own and thenmake our way to the Holiday Inn, Mansfield, MA wherewe will stay the night. The next day will include shoppingstops at the Wrentham Outlets and /or Patriot's Place.( This trip is cosponsored with Falmouth,Yarmouth, Freeport, and Gorham. Please indicate your roommateon the registration form. A complete itinerary will beavailable upon registration. A $100 non-refundable deposit isdue by October 29 and full payment is due by November 12.No refunds after this date unless a replacement can be found.All discounts included in fee.Wednesday-Thursday, November 17-18Depart Village Park in Falmouth at 7:30am/Return approx.5:30pmFee: $149 pp/do (includes coach transportation, overnightaccommodations, and theater ticket)14

Adult TripsPortland Stage Company MatineesThe 39 Steps by Alfred HitchcockAdapted by Patrick BarlowMix an Alfred Hitchcock classic with a juicy spy novel, adda dash of vintage Monty Python and you have The 39 Steps,a fast-paced whodunit for anyone that loves the magic oftheater. This Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning treat ispacked with nonstop laughs, over 150 characters – played bya talented cast of four – handcuffs, missing fingers, and somegood old-fashioned romance.Thursday, October 21Depart CTC at 1:15/ return following the performanceFee: $30Last GasNat Paradis is stuck in a rut as the manager of LAST GAS,a convenience store in northern Maine that sits on the edgeof what’s wild and what’s not. When an old flame returns totown, Nat gets another chance, but faces a choice betweenthe possibilities of new love and old in this bittersweet, romanticcomedy that looks at love lost... and found... and thecurve balls life throws us. A new play from Maine playwrightand award-winning actor, John Cariani, the author of Almost,Maine.Thursday, November 18Depart CTC at 1:15/ return following the performanceFee: $30Washington DC TourJoin us as we travel by motor coach to our nation’s capital.We’ll enjoy an inspiring tour of Washington DC including theUS Capitol, White House, Lincoln Memorial, WashingtonMonument and more. We’ll visit Arlington National Cemetery,which includes the Tomb of the Unknowns and the IwoJima Memorial. We’ll also have some time to spend exploringthe magnificent Smithsonian Institution. Trip fee includesmotor coach transportation and tours, 4 nights lodging withbreakfast and 3 dinners.A $200 deposit is due upon registration, with the balance dueby March 11, 2011.Thursday – Tuesday April 7 – 12, 2011Departure time TBAFee: $495 pp/doVancouver to Calgary- Spring 2011Bask in the grandeur of the Canadian Rockies with an overnightrail journey aboard VIA Rail’s The Canadian fromVancouver to Jasper. Relax in the Dome car and experiencepanoramic views of the Albreda Icefields and, on a clear day,Mt. Robson which is the highest peak in the Rockies! Arrivein Jasper where you’ll see the dramatic Maligne Canyon andits picture-perfect lake. Feel like royalty with an overnightstay at the fabulous Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. In Banff,discover the powerful Bow Falls and impressive Hoodoosbefore ending your journey in cosmopolitan Calgary. Formore information, please contact Falmouth CommunityPrograms at 781- 5253.Leader: Collette Vacations and Falmouth CommunityProgramsThursday-Friday, May 19-27, 2011Fee: $3299 pp/doQuestions? Call Us • 829-220815

Adult FitnessZUMBA!Instructor: Dinah AldrichThere's nothing like a "dance party" to keep you movin'!Based on Latin dance moves including salsa, merengue andcha-cha, Zumba is designed as a complete fitness workoutthat is "exercise in disguise!” Come move to the hot Latinabeat to get in the BEST shape of your life!!! Comfortableworkout attire and sneakers suggested.Thursday, September 16 – December 16(no class 11/11 & 11/25)Wilson MPR 6:30-7:30pmFee: $55/ $65 non-res/ $50 senior cit.ZUMBA TONING!NEW!Instructor: Dinah AldrichIt's the "next step" in fitness! Keep your cardio going whileyou add simple yet effective moves that will sculpt and firmyour body as you dance! Light 1.5 lb weights (that shake!)are used with correct form to give you tone and definitionquickly and safely! C'mon and join the all-new "ToningParty!” (Maximum 25 per session)Session #1. Monday, September 13- October 25(no class 10/11)Session #2. Monday, Nov. 1- Dec. 6Wilson MPR 5:30-6:00pmFee: $29 PER session(Toning sticks will be available at the first class for $20)Fall Dance AerobicsInstructor: Karan Millerwww.jackis.comThis is the original, award-winning Aerobic Dancing of JackiSorensen. What sets this program apart is choreography inevery element of the one-hour full body program: stretching,abdominal work, body sculpting with option hand-held and/or ankle weights, cardiovascular conditioning dances, andcool-down are all done with style to a great variety of music,and at a personal level. You can dance this program throughoutyour life. It is presented as a dance class, learning steps,adding formations; it is progressive. It is truly serious fun, ina non-competitive atmosphere.Please bring good sneakers, a mat, water bottle, and weights(up to 6 pounds for each hand, and 1.5 pounds on each ankle)if you want to use them; you will be encouraged to startwith low poundage. New participants over 40 and pregnantwomen need to provide a physician's permission slip whenregistering.Try it out first at no risk! Come to the first class on Sept.7th and try it out! You can register the next day!Tuesday and Thursdays, Sept 7 - Dec. 16 (no class 11/2,11/11 & 11/25)Wescustago Hall 5-6pm(Note: Class will move to West Cumberland Hall 10/5 -10/14 during Wescustago Hall shut-down.)Fee: $118/ $128 non-res /$90 seniors16

Adult FitnessZumba GoldInstructor: Suzanne McManusZumba Gold is geared for active older adults and Zumba beginnersof all ages. The same Latin and International rhythmsand dance steps are used as in the original Zumba program,but each class includes a longer warm-up and cool-downand the choreography is given at a slower, gentler pace. Youget a safe and effective total body workout in a party-like atmosphere.So, if you’ve been thinking about trying Zumba,here’s your chance to join in on the fun!Monday, September 20 – December 6 (no class 10/11)Wilson 6:30-7:30pmFee: $48/ $58 non-res/ $45 seniorsKripalu Yoga for Teens and AdultsInstructor: Elizabeth BurdEach class will begin with a brief centering, warm ups, andpranayama (breath work) followed by a series of guided postures.The focus will be on alignment, body awareness, andcoordinating breath with movement. Class will end with abrief relaxation and meditation. Modifications will alwaysbe given to ensure a safe and rewarding class for everyone!Please note: some prior Yoga experience is required. Pleasewear comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle, small pillow& yoga mat.Tuesday, September 7- December 14 ( no class 11/23)Wilson Gym 4:15-5:30 pmFee: $95/ $105 non-res/ $85 seniorsCardio-Strength Work OutInstructor: Julie Waterman, ACE CertifiedThis class will get you moving with a variety of music suchas rock & roll, country, salsa and pop music! If you enjoydancing in a friendly atmosphere this class is for you! Choreographyis to a variety of music with “easy to follow” moves(no dance experience necessary); we mix it up with Zumbaor Kickboxing! The second half is dedicated to muscle toningusing hand weights, pilates, yoga and other strength trainingmethods targeting the "core". No two classes are the same;variety keeps your muscles challenged!Note: Friday’s class is a shorter aerobics workout, with moreconcentration on core muscles. A stability ball will be usedto challenge and strengthen the mid-section "core" muscles.Please consult your doctor if you have back issues beforetaking this class. Bring a mat, hand weights and stability or"balance" ball to class. (The balance ball is needed only onFridays)Mon/Wed/Fri September 13 – December 15(No classes October 4-15 during Wescustago shut-down & Nov. 26)Wescustago Hall 9-10amOne class per week: $49/ $59 non-res / $42 seniorsTwo classes per week: $79/ $89 non-res / $69 seniorsThree classes per week: $99/ $109 non-res / $85 seniorsMorning Tai Chi for SeniorsInstructor: Louise PoppemaCome and experience the joy of Tai Chi in a setting designedfor the “over 55” crowd. You will relieve stress, increase flexibilityand improve balance, all without exerting great effortor working up a sweat. Please wear comfortable clothing. Noprevious Tai Chi experience required and class can be donesitting in a chair if balance is a concern.Wednesday, October 6- November 10Prince Memorial Library 10:00-11:00amFee: $55/ $65 non-resQuestions? Call Us • 829-220817

Aquatic FitnessInstructor: Kathy TaylorExercise in the water! Each class includes a warm-up,aerobic upper-body, mid-body and lower body workoutand ends with a cool-down. This workout for swimmersand non-swimmers is designed for all fitness levelsand paces. Water exercise is a wonderful low-impact alternativeto traditional land exercise programs- ideal forpeople with arthritis and those recovering from injuries,as well as anyone looking for a great workout. Post-operativeparticipants must have written permission from aphysician. You must be at least 18 years old to registerfor this class.Mon/Wed September 8 - November 10 (no class10/11)Greely Pool 6:00-7:00pmFee: $79/ $89 non-res /$69 seniorsMasters Swim ProgramMasterMasterInstructor: Larissa HeroldThe Masters program provides early-morning swimworkouts for competitors, as well as tri-athletes andgeneral fitness swimmers. Our coach Larissa Heroldwill help swimmers meet their individual needsand goals. Participants should be able to swim atleast 30 lengths of the pool in an hour. Individualworkouts will be provided.Larissa was a 1992 Olympic Trial SwimmingFinalist , NCAA D-1 Finalist 1992-1997, USSclub swim coach for 13 years & Masters swimcoach for 4 years in Cumberland.Tues/Thurs/Sat, Sept. 18 - Dec. 23(no class 11/11,11/25)Greely Pool 5:30-7:00am(Note: Saturdays 7-8:15am)Fee: $135/ $145non-res OR you can purchasea Masters Punch Card (see punch card info onsame page)Adult FitnessLap Swimming18 www.cumberlandmaine.comSwimming is a great aerobic exercise which conditions theheart and lungs as well as helping control body weight. Itcan also give you more energy, increase resistance to fatigue,relieve tension, tone muscles and help you to relaxand sleep. You must be 18 years old and be able to swimone length of pool at your own pace without stopping. Thisis not a learn to swim program.Mon/Wed Sept. 8 - Dec. 22 (no class 10/11 &11/26)Greely Pool 5:30 - 7:00amFee: Punch Card ( see below for punch card pricing)Punch Card Update!Fall Lap Swim Punch Cards: $35/ $45 non-res for 10 swimsor SAVE MORE: 25 swims (punch card): $75 res/ $85 non-resFall Masters Punch Card : $50/ $60 non res for 10 Masters swims**Please note all Fall 2010 punch cards will expire on 12/31/10(Summer punch cards will expire on 9/25/10.)Evening Open Swim/Lap SwimInstructor: Pool StaffTwo lanes will be reserved for lap swimmersduring evening open swims.Monday and Wednesdays Sept. 8 – Nov. 10(pool closed on 10/11)Greely pool 7:00-8:00pmFee: Children $2 res/$3 non-resAdults $3 res/$4 non-res (or punch card)Family $5 res/$6 non-res

Saturday Swim LessonsParent/Child Swim: (30 min)For parent and child between the ages of 1 to 3 years. Thepurpose of this class is to familiarize families with the pool.This class is not designed to teach children to survive in thewater on their own. A major focus of this class will beto have fun with your child. Instruction will be geared tothe parent. A clean swim diaper is required under a snugfitting bathing suit.8:30–9:00 am (Max 15)Sat., Sept. 18–Nov 13 (no class Oct. 9)Fee: $40 res./$50 non-res.Preschool 1-3: (30 min)The purpose of this class is to introduce children ages4 and 5 to the pool in a small group setting without theparent in the water. While having fun and playing gamesthe child will learn to follow simple instructions from theteacher: blowing bubbles, kicking, paddling, floating andall done with the support of the teacher. Teaching safetyis a major component of this class.9:10-9:40 am (Max 12)Saturday, Sept. 18–Nov 13 (no class Oct. 9)Fee: $40 res /$50 non-res.Level 3-4-5: (40 min)For children who can demonstrate all the skills introduced inLevel 3. In addition to building on those skills the child willlearn back crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly, survivalswimming, and more diving skills.10:40–11:20 am (Max 20)Saturday, Sept. 12–Nov 7 (no class Oct.10)Fee: $45 res/$55 non-res.Level 5: (40 min)For children who can demonstrate all the skills from Level4. In addition to refining all these strokes, the child will learntuck and surface dives, flip turns, and more diving skills. Newsafety skills will be introduced.10:15–11:00 am (Max 8)Saturday, Sept. 12–Nov 7 (no class Oct. 10)Fee: $45 res/$55 non-res.Level 1-3: (40 min)For children, ages 6 and up, non-swimmers, to learn aboutbeing safe in a pool environment, and the skills necessary tobegin to learn to swim. Children will learn to practice blowingbubbles, submerging their face, front and back floats, glides,treading water and paddling. All skills are performed with thephysical support of the teacher, if necessary.9:50–10:30 am (Max 20)Saturday, Sept. 18–Nov 13 (no class Oct. 9)Fee: $45 res./$55 non-res.Questions? Call Us • 829-220819

Youth SwimThursday Evening Youth Swim LessonsInstructors: Pool StaffThursday Evenings Sept. 23- Nov 4GHS pool6:00-6:30pm ClassParent/Child (12 Max)Preschool 1 (4 Max)Preschool 2 (4 Max)Fee for lessons: $40 res/ $50. non-res6:40-7:15 pm ClassLevel 1 (6 Max)Level 2 (6 Max)Level 3 (6 Max)Level 4 (6 Max)Fee for lessons: $45 res/ $55 non-resOpen Recreational SwimGeneral open recreation swim time is available. Childrenmust be able to stand in four (4) feet of water andmust be over six (6) years of age or accompanied byan adult. Children not toilet trained must wear rubberpants or plastic barrier in addition to a swim diaper.(State Law)Sat. Sept. 11–Dec. 18 (ongoing)No program Nov. 27GHS Pool, 11:30am–2:00 pmFee: Children $2 res/$3 non-resAdults $3 res/$4 non-resFamily $5 res/$6 non-resReminder!Seacoast Swim ClubAges 7–18Join the club with a team atmosphere! Seacoast Swim Club will help you improve your competitive strokes,help you set your goals and encourage you to have fun while you work out. New members must be able toswim one length of the pool with proper rotary breathing and one length backstroke. The coach will establishability levels and place swimmers in practice groups: blue, bronze, silver, and gold. *Evaluation for newmembers will be held on Sept. 7 & 8 from 4:00-5:00pm at the pool.Fall session, 10-week program Sept. 7–Nov. 12Late Fall session/Winter sessionTBAGroup Days TimesSept 7-Nov 12Blue Tue./Thu. 3:30–4:15 pmBronze Mon./Wed./Fri. 3:30–4:30 pmGold/Silver Mon.–Fri. 4:30–6:00 pmDry Land Training Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 3:30-4:15Note: Fees will be on a special registration form that you can pick up at the recreation office or the pool.Maine Swimming fees are incorporated in the price which will be available on a special registration form atthe Recreation Office or Pool. FMI: go to: www.seacoastswimclub.org20

Early-Release WednesdayREMIX: Early Release Art WorkshopGrades 4 -5Instructor: Anne WitteCome create with your imagination a mix of all art mediumsand techniques. This three hour class flies by, makinga wide range of projects;. We will create a 3-D sculpture,with wire, recycling and found objects. You willpaint and use pastels, looking at the great masters. Youwill design your own stuffed animal using fabrics, wools,and buttons. Other projects include a collage landscape,‘marbleizing’ paper, sewing a drawing, and block printing.We will have fun!Session #1 Sept. 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6 &20Session #2 Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 17, Dec. 1 & 8NYMS 12:30 – 3:30pmFee: $125 per session, includes suppliesSpanish Fun After SchoolInstructor: Suzanne RouhanaHola Amigos! Let’s learn Spanish together! This immersionstyle Spanish enrichment program will be a great opportunityfor children to learn, maintain or improve theirSpanish, and have fun! In each class we will listen to stories,play games, sing songs and do a craft- all in Spanish-as we discover how much fun it is to learn anotherlanguage!Grades K &1Wed. Sept. 15 - Dec. 8Wilson 12:30 - 1:45pmFee: $95/ $105 non-resKids’ Caring ClubGrades K–3Instructor: Allison FluetAlways a favorite, the “Club” is an opportunity for kidsto get together to work and play cooperatively, developimportant social skills and participate in community serviceprojects. We’ll focus on cooperation, communication,friendship, emotional expression, perspective takingand good manners. Children will work collaborativelyon community service projects throughout the course ofthe program. It’s fun to care!LIMITED to 30 childrenWednesdays: Sept. 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6, 20 &27Wilson School, 12:30–4:00 pmFee: $115 res/$125 non-resHodge PodgeGrades K–3Instructor: Allison FluetA little bit of this and a little bit of that equals a whole lot offun! Each week will have a different theme such as Letterboxing,Craftmania, and whodunit, to name a few. Therewill be activities that connect to each theme, such as arts andcrafts, games, experiments, investigations...and lots of varietyto keep kids interested and looking forward to each class. Thisis a favorite among the children and always fills quickly!LIMITED to 30 childrenWednesdays: Nov. 3, 17, Dec 1, 8, & 15Wilson School 12:30–4:00 pmFee: $95 res/$105 non-resGrades 2 &3 (Note: this is a Tuesday program)Tues., Sept. 21 - Nov. 30 (no class 11/23)Fee: $95Questions? Call Us • 829-220821

Fall Running ProgramYouth Athletics/Soccer InfoHead Coach: Maureen FitzgeraldDoes your child love to run? Are you looking for a way toburn off some of that excess after school energy in a safe andpositive environment? Cumberland/N.Yarmouth Recreationis again offering the Fall Running Club Program!The primary focus of this six week program is to promoterunning as a fun, group oriented activity that is a great wayto stay healthy. “Fun Run Meets” will be scheduled eachWednesday with other surrounding communities.Limited enrollment.Note: Assistant Coaches are needed.Please call 829-2208 FMISept. 13-Oct. 20Wilson/Twinbrook Recreation AreaFee: $50 res/$60 non-resLocation DetailsRunners will meet at the Wilson school on Mondays andFridays; NYMS runners, please take bus to Wilson. Wilsonrunners will be dismissed from their classroom to playgroundwhen a coach arrives. Runners will meet coaches and completetheir stretching at Wilson school; at approx 3:45pm aschool bus will transport runners and coaches to TwinbrookRecreation area for their practice. Parents, please plan to pickup youth at Twinbrook at 4:30pm., second parking lot. Themeets are generally on Wednesdays.Instructional Field HockeyImportant!Emphasis will be on skill development; passing, dribbling,and shooting. Team play and game concepts are introducedParticipants are required to have a mouth guard, and shinpads. Hockey sticks are provided.Sept 18-Oct 16, Rain date Oct 23, 5 weeksGrades 1–3 .......................................................... 10:15–11:00 amGrades 3–5 .............................................................9:00–10:00 amGHS Field Hockey Field ( inside of track)Fee: $40 per participantKindergarten and Pre-K SoccerHead Coaches: Mike Andreason (GHS Varsity Boys)Mike Kennedy (GHS Varsity Girls)Kindergarten/Pre-K Soccer Saturdays are full of fun! We willwork on developing soccer skills including dribbling, passing,shooting, foot/eye coordination and the very early stages of“field position.” Program emphasis will be on fun, exerciseand parent/child interaction. Child must be age 4 by June1st, 2010.Players from both the girls and boys varsity soccer teamswill serve as assistant coaches. Parents are encouraged toparticipate .Sat., Sept.11–Oct. 9, Rain date Oct 17 (5 weeks)Twinbrook Recreation Area, 11:00am–12:00 noonFee: $40 res/$50 non-res (Includes Program T-Shirt)CNY United ( formerly AYSO Soccer)This is an intra-community soccer league for grades 1–6.Games will be played on Saturday mornings, beginningSeptember 11thFirst grade: ..................................................12:00–1:00 pm, GHSBoys grade 2 .............................................................8:30–9:30 amGirls grade 2/3 ......................................................9:30–10:30 amGirls grade 4/5 .................................................... 10.30–11.30amBoys grade 3/4 ................................................... 10:30–11:30 amBoys 5/6 & Girls 6 ............................. (see description below)Required equipment: Shin guards.Optional equipment: Cleats and mouth guard.Location: All AYSO games for youth grades 2–5 will beheld at the Twinbrook Recreation Area on Tuttle Road.Grade 1 program—at G.H.S. Games for grades 6, TBA.CNY United Grade 6 ProgramTeams will be gender specific and play games against areacommunities. Team games will be played 8 vs 8, using 1/2field length. One or two practices per week, games scheduledfor late Saturday mornings or early Saturday afternoon. Note:Program will follow all AYSO policies. Mouth guards requiredfor practices and games.22

Youth AthleticsTravel Team Basketball LeagueAn in-depth description of the programs will beavailable via school flyer after Columbus Day5th and 6th grade Teams:The Cumberland Recreation Travel Team Basketballprogram is for 5th & 6th grade boys and girls..Brief description: Gender specific players are selectedfrom the 5th and the 6th grade. Cumberland Recreation willsponser one team per grade/gender. Participants will play in aweekend league hosted by Freeport Community Recreation.Team selection will take place around mid October, the seasonwill be from the last week of October to mid March (approx.20 weeks).This program is for the individual who has a desire or passionfor the sport of basketball; at least one (sometimes 2)practice(s) per week and games on Sat. and/or Sunday is theexpected level of commitment. Fee covers league fees anduniform. This fee will be collected once the team has beenselected. For more information on the league selection night,please check the our website www.cumberlandmaine.comstarting September 15thFee: $125 per participant7th and 8th grade Team:Cumberland Recreation will be sponsoring gender specificmiddle school age travel teams. The league is hosted by FreeportCommunity Recreation; games are primarily weekends,hosted by schools in the Greater Portland Area, i.e. Falmouth,Cape Elizabeth, etc. Boy’s will play during Nov. & Dec. 2010.Girl’s will play January & February 2011. Youth must haveprior experience, i.e. played for a school team, travel team,or Cumberland Recreation Youth Basketball CommunityLeague.5th & 6th Grade Boys/GirlsCoastal Basketball LeagueNEW!Separate Boys & Girls League (No weekend commitment!)This NEW Basketball League made up from teams fromCumberland/North Yarmouth and Yarmouth offers bothbeginners and experienced players the opportunity to learnskills, fundamentals and teamwork in a fun environment.Games are competitive, however sportsmanship, balancedindividual playing time and overall enjoyment of the gameis emphasized. Teams will have one weeknight practice andone weeknight game per week beginning after Thanksgivingand running up until February Vacation.A skill assessment night will be held for both boys and girlsleagues in early November at the North Yarmouth MemorialSchool Gym from 6-7:15pm.Parents are encouraged to sign up as coaches or assistants.Games will be officiated by certified board officials andscores and standings will be kept. For more information onthis program please contact the Recreation Dept at 829-2208Travel Team Members are not eligible for the CoastalBasketball League.Fee: *$55/$65 non-res (*Fee increases $10 after Oct. 29th)Please check the Cumberland Recreation for updates on thedate of each selection nightQuestions? Call Us • 829-220823

Babysitter’s TrainingAges 11–14Instructor: Kate HarrisChildren will learn about the responsibilities of becominga baby-sitter. Topics include the business of babysitting,emergency procedures and basic first aid, child care,amusement of children and more. Upon completion ofthis course, participants will receive American Red CrossBabysitting certification. Full attendance is mandatory toobtain certificate. Limited to 14Choose One:Saturday, September 25Saturday, December 11GMS 9:00am–4:00pm (Bring a bag lunch!)Fee: $60 res/$70 non-res incl. new updated materials!Note: No refunds or switching on this programunless there are participants on a wait listGymnasticsInstructors: Maine Academy of GymnasticsStudents use tumbling mats, vaulting horse, balance beam,and other apparatus. Each class begins with warm-upexercises and progresses to mats and equipment. Instructionis individualized on apparatus and developmentallyappropriate. Limit 10 per age group* .Sat., Nov. 6, 13, 20, Dec. 4,11 (5 weeks)No class Nov. 27thAges 3 & 4: 9:00–9:50 am (Must be 3 by 9/1/10)Ages 4 & 5: 10:00–10:50 am (Not currently in Grade K)Grade K: 11:00–11:50amGrades 1-3: 12:00-1:00pm *max of 16NYMS GymFee: $89 res/$99 non resYouth Enrichment24 www.cumberlandmaine.comMommy and Me Movement Classes!Ages 4 months - 3 yearsInstructor: Jennifer GiffordWe’ll move, groove, wiggle and giggle! Exercise fun forthe toddler & parent/caregiver! This class will help developchild’s fine and gross motor skills, visual-auditory awareness,rhythm, socialization, strength and flexibility. We will enjoymusical instruments, ball play, finger play, parachute, puppetsand more! Note: Parent/caregiver participation is required.Tuesday , September 21 – October 19Prince Memorial Library 10:15-11amFee: $30 res /$40 non-res per session$20 for second child in same familyYoga for KidsInstructor: Jennifer KameishaJoin us for an engaging and fun Yoga class designed withactive kids in mind. Through the use of game, musicprops, activities and teamwork, we will learn Yoga poses,partner poses and breathing exercises in a kid friendlyenvironment. Yoga helps with balance, focus, flexibilityand strength as well as relaxation and rejuvenation. Tieincraft projects add to the fun! Limited to 15Session1: Sept. 9 - Oct. 21 (no class 9/30)Session 2: Oct. 28 - Dec. 16 ( no class 11/11 & 1/25)Thursdays, Wilson MPR 3:30-4:45pmFee: $60 PER sessionPreschool Spanish: (Mi mama y yo)For children 3-5 years old and parent/caregiverInstructor: Suzanne RouhanaHola amigos! Looking for something fun to do with yourpreschool age child? This class will introduce your child toSpanish and show them how much fun learning a secondlanguage can be! Children will learn through songs, stories,games, puppets and crafts in a fun, interactive environment.Session1: Thursdays, Sept. 23 - Oct. 21Session 2: Thursdays, Oct. 28, Nov. 2 & 18, Dec. 2 & 9Prince Memorial Library 9:30-10:20amFee: $49 res/$59 non res

Youth EnrichmentMad Science ProgramsThe world’s leading FUN science providerMad Science StaffFor children in Grades K-3Session 1:Planes, Cranes & Awesome-mobilesCome soar with Mad Science through our incredible4-week program. Explore the science involved in rocketconstruction as you build your own rocket that you cantake home. Race a balloon rocket and design your owncar engine as you learn about thrust. Learn the fundamentalprinciples of your very own stunt plane!Experience gravity...intertia...centripetal force...take tothe sky with us!Mondays, Sept. 27 - Oct. 25 (no class 10/11)Wilson Art Room 3:15–4:15pmFee: $50res/$60 non-resSession 2:Explore the Earth, Moon, Mars & Beyond!Mad Science and NASA have teamed up to bring you theexcitement and wonder of space in the NASA Academyof Future Space Explorers After-School Program! TheAcademy takes children on a voyage of discovery. Topicsinclude: Planets and Moons, Rocket Science, Space Travel,Sun & Stars, Space Technology and Living in Space.With ALL NEW unique hands-on activities, amazingdemonstrations and fun educational take-homes, this is anexperience that is truly out of this world!Mondays, Nov. 1–Dec. 13 (no class 11/22)Wilson Art Room 3:15–4:15 pmFee: $70res/$80 non-res“Little Stars” Creative DramaInstructor: Jennifer GiffordA drama class focused on FUN! Come build creativethinking, confidence, self-esteem, speaking and actingskills through movement, improv, voice, and characters!This creative journey will include dramatic play, storyenactment, imagination exploration, theatre games,music, dance and more!Grades K & 1Friday, Sept. 10, 17, 24 & Oct. 1Wilson MPR 3:15 - 4:30pmFee: $49Grades 2 & 3Fridays, October 8, 15, 22, &29Wilson MPR 3:15-4:30pmFee: $49Grades 4 & 5Friday, Nov. 5, 19, Dec. 3 & 10NYMS 3:15-4:30pmFee: $49Fun with Spanish (Grades 4 & 5)Instructor: Suzanne RouhanaThis beginning Spanish class for Grades 4 & 5 is a fun butthorough introduction to Spanish. Through instructionaland interactive activities, music, visual aids and games,students will learn vocabulary and communication skillswhile they find out how much fun it can be to learn a secondlanguage!Monday, Sept. 20 - Dec. 6 (no class 10/11 & 10/25)NYMS 3:10 - 4:30pmFee: $95Coming in Winter 2011:Secret Agent Lab!Questions? Call Us • 829-220825

Wed. Early Release Ski ProgramsLost Valley Instructional Ski ProgramInstructors: Lost Valley Ski SchoolThis is a learn-to-ski program for youth grades 2–6 andadvanced beginner and intermediate skiers. Equipment isavailable for rent.. Note: Sixth graders should have a friend toski with. Program participants are mostly in grades 2-5. Note:Helmets are mandatory.Grades: 2–6, 5 sessionsJan. 12, 26 Feb. 2, 9,16 (Make-up date: March 2)(dates are subject to change)Coach buses depart 1:45pm/return 6:30pmFee: TBAYouth Nordic Ski Instruction:Cumberland Recreation will be providing a youthNordic Ski program by Coastal Nordic Ski Club.The program will begin in early January and go to earlyMarch. Email toreceive registration information.Shawnee Peak Ski ProgramThis program offers skiing and snowboarding for all levels;from the beginner to the expert, from parallel boards to snowboards,from casual skiing to race and bumps- somethingfor every ski or snowboard enthusiast! The program will beheld on Early Release Wednesdays beginning January 13.This program is geared for the advanced beginner and moreskilled skier/snow boarder in grades 5-10; however, lessonsare available for those just beginning. Equipment is availablefor rent. Note: Helmets are mandatory.Grades: 5–10, 5 sessionsJan. 12, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16 (Full day of skiing 2/23)(Makeup date: March 2)(dates are subject to change)Coach buses depart 2:00 pm/return 7:30 pmFee: TBAFree Skiing to parent chaperones on theWednesday Early Release programs. Space is limited.Register to chaperone with the Cumberland RecreationOffice @ 829-2208 after November 1.To those who are interestedin the above WednesdayEarly Release Ski Programs:Please Email us at :recreation@cumberlandmaine.comNote: Don’t forget to tell us your mountain preferenceWe will e-mail you back with informationas it becomes available. (Note: this email is nota registration. You must fill out paperwork whenavailable.) Information will be available in earlyNovember.26

ActivitiesAdult Basketball 30 & OverOpen gym time is available for those who wishto participate in a pick-up game. This is anon-going program; no need to register.Sundays beginning in late Sept. 7:00–9pm @ GHSWednesdays beginning in late Sept. 7:30–9pm @ GMSFee: $2 per visitMen’s Pickup Indoor Soccer:Sunday mornings an indoor soccer program is open to thecommunity at the Greely High School Gym. Start dates andtimes will be announced when weather begins to turn colder.Email: recreation@cumberlandmaine.comto be in on the e-mail list for program information.Women’s Pickup Indoor Soccer:Mid-mornings on Sundays, the Greely High School Gymis available for pickup indoor soccer. Start dates and timeswill be announced when weather begins to turn colder.Email: recreation@cumberlandmaine.comto be in on the e-mail list for program information.Discount Movie TicketsSave yourself some $$$Regal tickets -$7 Cinemagic -$7.25Buy your movie cash ticket(s) at the RecreationOffice and save on the evening shows. Parents:great way to get away from the stresses of lifeand spend some time together. Also great giftideas for teens, babysitters, and paper carriers.You may get your tickets at the CumberlandTown Hall during regular business hours.Pool RentalsRent the Greely PoolThe pool is available for rent on Saturdayevening following the open swim. Dates ofavailability are contingent on pool scheduleand lifeguard availability. Two (2) weeknotice is necessary to schedule lifeguards.One lifeguard to 15 swimmers. Sorry, noplace available for cake and/or ice cream. CallRecreation Office to schedule, @ 829-2208Saturdays 2:00–3:00 pm or 4:00–5:00 pmFee: $60.00 for one hour of swimming for15 children or less.Women’s Field HockeyGreely Field Hockey field will be the location for anAdult Women’s Pickup Field Hockey program on Sundayafternoons. Specific information will be emailed to interestedparticipants.Email: recreation@cumberlandmaine.comfor more detailsQuestions? Call Us • 829-220827

Val Halla Golf Course“The Best Municipal Course in Maine”- August, 2009, Golf Digest•••••••Member Benefits( Added Value)Unlimited golfing privileges.10-day advance tee time opportunity.Guest rate discount of 25%.Reduced cart and golf lesson rates.Member -only tournaments, leagues andevents( upon joining the VHGA for $30).A “risk-free” membership guarantee.Reciprocal with Riverside Golf Course($25 includes riding cart).• Two Lung Golf Cards available on a firstcome,first-serve basis.Membership CategoriesMembership category Fall Option* Spring 2011Single-----------------------------------------------------------------------$749--------------------------------------------------$849Senior-----------------------------------------------------------------------$699--------------------------------------------------$749Couple----------------------------------------------------------------------$1299------------------------------------------------$1499Men’s and Ladies’ league only.**--------------------------------$279--------------------------------------------------$279Corporate------------------------------------------------------------------$3800------------------------------------------------$3999Junior-SAD51------------------------------------------------------------$299--------------------------------------------------$325Junior- Non SAD 51----------------------------------------------------$329--------------------------------------------------$345College----------------------------------------------------------------------$399---------------------------------------------------$399Driving Range------------------------------------------------------------$150---------------------------------------------------$150Locker( Limited Availability)---------------------------------------$80------------------------------------------------------$80Cart Membership-------------------------------------------------------$425----------------------------------------------------$425*Join before October 15, 2010 and play the rest of 2010 and all of 2011 ( Effective September 1, 2010) Maysplit pay with valid credit card on application ( must have a valid 2011 or later expiration date) Split paymentsare due by October 15, 2010 and March 15, 2011.**League Only, includes greens fee , GHIN and Twilight Dues (League Nights Only).28

Regional Educational OpportunitiesFalmouth Community Programs Vibes Reggae Concert 8/30Canadian Rockies by Train 5/2011Acrylic PaintingEuropean Bakery Pastry ClassesArtful AncestorsConversational ItalianConversational SpanishSew CreativeBeginning QuiltingInsulated Window TreatmentsAviation Safety SeminarSafe & Smart Living for SeniorsCPR/First AidSelf Defense for WomenYarmouth Community Services 846-2406www.yarmouthcommunityservices.orgIntroduction to FrenchBeginning Spanish for TravelersThe History of AstrologyHow to Motivate Your Child to LearnHapkidoFacebook 101Primordial QigongYogaGray/New Gloucester AdultEducation 657-2620http://gray.maineadulted.orgFreeport Recreation & Community Education865-6171www.fce-online.comDrawing/Painting for the Absolute BeginnerLandscape PaintingMosaic FurnitureStained GlassLearn to Sew/ Learn to QuiltBelly DanceZumba FitnessEarth Qigong for WomenTai ChiDigital PhotographyAdobe PhotoshopJust Once Guitar for Busy PeopleAstronomySelf-Publishing for Maine AuthorsBeekeepingHomeowner’s guide to Solar EnergyCouponing 101Dog TrainingMaine Driving DynamicsPortland Adult Educationwww.portlandadulted.orgJob Skills & Community Life 774-0342Academic program 874-8155Questions? Call Us • 829-220829

Farmers MarketIt’s Our 14th SeasonEvery Saturday through October 9th8:30am – 12:30pm Mabel I Wilson School“Let Us Do The Weeding”30

Course Registration FormParticipant First NameLast NameStreet Address City ZipHome Phone Work Phone CellChild’s Age Date of Birth Grade (Current)Parent’s NameE-MailMedical Concerns/Medication/Special Needs Emergency Contact Emergency PhoneParent’s Signature (for youth program)Course Name Time FeeCourse Name Time FeeCredit Card Number Exp Date: 3 Digit Code:*Add $2.00 for a handling fee when you are using your card over the phone or by mail.All fees must be paid at time of registration • Make checks payable to: Town of CumberlandBy Mail: (Credit Card or Check)Town of Cumberland290 Tuttle Road, Cumberland, Maine 04021By Fax: (Credit Card Only)207-829-2214Course Registration FormIn Person: (Credit Card or Check)Town of Cumberland290 Tuttle Road, Cumberland, Maine 04021Participant First NameLast NameStreet Address City ZipHome Phone Work Phone CellChild’s Age Date of Birth Grade (Current)Parent’s NameEmailMedical Concerns/Medication/Special Needs Emergency Contact Emergency PhoneParent’s Signature (for youth program)Course Name Time FeeCourse Name Time FeeCredit Card Number Exp Date: 3 Digit Code:*Add $2.00 for a handling fee when you are using your card over the phone or by mail.31

CumberlandNo. YarmouthCommunity Education & Recreation290 Tuttle RoadCumberland, ME 04021Don’t Delay!Register EarlyQuestions? Call Us • 829-2208www.cumberlandmaine.comPRST STDU.S. PostagePaidBrunswick, MEPermit #65

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