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Registration InformationMailing AddressCumberland Community Education/Recreation,290 Tuttle Rd, Cumberland, Maine 04021Telephone: 207-829-2208 Fax: 207-829-2214Office Hours:Monday –Wednesday 8:00am–5:00pmThursday 8:00am–6:00pmFriday ClosedCumberland’s Web Site:www.cumberlandmaine.comWhen do I register?Program registration for Cumberland/NorthYarmouth residents upon receipt of brochureNon-residents may register beginningDecember 15, 2012How do I register?Registration is accepted in many convenient ways:in person, by mail, or NOW ONLINE. Prioritywill be given on a first-come, first served basis.We encourage residents to take advantage ofour new online registrations capabilities. For ournew online registration system, Log onto www.cumberlandmaine.com scroll down the main pageand click on the “Online Registration” icon. This is agreat way to register for programs at work or in thecomfort of your home. The Recreation Departmentis no longer accepting phone registrations.Will I be sent confirmation?We do not send or call with confirmations.Consider yourself and/or children enrolled inthe course(s) of your choice when you send in acompleted registration form and payment. Manyclasses and programs have limited enrollments, andmay fill.What are your cancellation policies?We will notify you if the class has been cancelledor changed. We reserve the right to cancel orconsolidate any program that does not meetminimum participant registration numbers. Avoiddisappointment and please register promptly.Program updates and cancellations will beannounced on our web site. Cancellations will alsobe announced on our Facebook page:facebook.com/cnyrecreation.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 receive a refund or creditslip minus a $10–$25 processing fee (i.e. ski or daycamp will be $25 non-refundable processing fee).If you withdraw less than 2 business days prior tothe first class, you may opt for 50% refund or 75%credit. If you withdraw after the first class no refundor credit. Refund processing takes up to 3-4 weeks.We do not provide cash refunds.What are the fees?Fee are stated at the end of each program write-up.Non-Residents will pay an additional $10.00 perclass.What is a senior citizen discount?Senior citizen discount(s) are stated throughout ourbrochure. The discount applies to seniors who are65 or older.What if I have questions?Call Cumberland-North Yarmouth CommunityEducation and Recreation at 829-2208.2www.cumberlandmaine.com


What’s Inside...Preparing For Your Future.........................................4, 5Certificate Classes............................................................. 6Creative Arts....................................................................7, 8World Languages.............................................................. 9Lifelong Learning............................................................10Cooking And More!.......................................................11Ed2Go Online Learning...............................................12Regional Offerings.........................................................12Behind The Wheel..........................................................13SMCC Classes....................................................................13Adults In The Pool...........................................................14Cabin Reliever Lunch & Learns.................................17Portland Stage Matinees.............................................18Youth Swimming............................................................19Early Release Wednesdays.........................................20Youth Sports.............................................................. 21, 22Youth Enrichment................................... 23, 24, 25, 26Summer 2013 Info..........................................................27Val Halla...............................................................................28Bulletin Board...................................................................29Special Event.....................................................................30Registration Info..............................................................31Adult FItness............................................................. 15, 16Refund PolicyIf we cancel a class or activity, all fees will be refunded. If you withdraw at least 2 business daysbefore the first class you receive a refund or credit slip minus a $10.00-25.00 (i.e. ski or day camps)processing fee. If you withdraw less than 2 business days prior to the first class, you may opt for 50%refund or 75% credit. If you withdraw after the first class no refund or credit. Refund processingtakes up to 3-4 weeks. We do not provide cash refunds.Staff:Brian Bickford, Director of Val Halla/CE&RPeter Bingham, Recreation SuperintendentSarah Davis, Adult Education DirectorBen Bettez, Youth Sports CoordinatorCindy Stennett, Administrative AssistantTed Bosarge, Parks SuperintendentSuzanne Martelle, Aquatic DirectorJennifer Gifford, After School Program CoordinatorToby Young, Val Halla SuperintendentWilliam Shane, Town ManagerRobert G. Hasson, Jr., MSAD#51, Supt.Cumberland/North YarmouthCommunity Recreation & EducationAdvisory Board:Bill Green (Chair), Shirley Storey-King(Cumberland Town Council Rep),Bob Vail (MSAD 51 Rep), Rob Wood(North Yarmouth Selectman Rep),Heather Giandrea, Steve Carey,Pam Russell, Richard Wolfe, Callie Chase,Nancy Storey, Dirk Van Curan,Theresa Maloney-Kelly, Chris FitzpatrickQuestions? Call Us • 829-22083


Preparing For Your FutureGED Information - It’s Your Time!The GED tests are a nationally recognized way toearn a high school credential that is accepted by morethan 95% of US employers, colleges, and universities.Passing the GED test is a first step toward a betterjob or additional training. The GED covers reading,writing, math, social studies, and science. Uponsuccessful completion of testing, a student is awardeda high school equivalency diploma. You must be 18years of age to take the GED tests. Adults interested inmore information may call the Adult Education officeat 829-2208.The New GED in 2014There are big modifications coming in 2014 in theGED exam. If you’re thinking of taking the GED tests,it’s important you know about them. In 2014, a brandnew version of the test will be replacing the old one,as well as new rules and regulations for such things astime limits, where to take the exam, etc. As of today,not many people know many facts about the newformat of the GED, but one thing is for sure; the 2014GED is going to be a lot harder to score high on thantoday’s version. In the meantime, if you’ve been on thefence about taking the GED exam, now’s the time todo it! If you have taken some tests, you will want tocomplete all 5 tests by 2013!GED Study and Preparation LabHoping to finish your high school credential? Signup for the free GED lab and work at your own pace.Instruction is individualized to meet the learningneeds of each student who wishes to prepare forthe GED. Registration is ongoing and you can startanytime!Tuesday & Thursdays 5:30-7:30pmGHS Computer Lab- Free!Please call 829-2208 for enrollment and intake.Starting a Small Business Workshop!Instructor: John Entwistle, Certified Business CounselorDo you dream of starting your own business? Thisinformative workshop addresses various aspects ofstarting a successful small business! We will discussfeasibility assessment for starting a business, businessplanning, market research, and step through what it takesto get started including licensing, operational and legalconsiderations. Information on various local, state andfederal resources, that every small business owner shouldbe aware of, will be provided.Wednesday, March 13GHS 6-9pmFee: $10.John is a Certified Business Counselor and Center Director atthe Maine Small Business Development Center at USM.College Transition Program!Are you thinking of taking college course? Could youbenefit from some extra support and guidance as you makethe transition to college?Cumberland/North Yarmouth Community Education isa partner with Windham and Gray-New Gloucester AdultEducation programs in a College Transitions grant.Please contact Sarah Davis, Adult Education Director,at Cumberland Community Education at 829-2208 formore information. Some services are not available in allprograms.GED Super Saturday Open House!Saturday, March 2GHS Library Conference Room9am - noonCome learn about the GED in this special session!For more information, please contact Sarah Davis,Adult Education Director, at 829-2208 or email:sdavis@msad51.org.4www.cumberlandmaine.com


Preparing For Your FutureSAT Prep!(Grades 11 – 12)Teachers: Becky and Doug PrideThese preparatory courses for the SAT have provenhelpful to high school students who wish to improvetheir scores on the verbal and math sections of theScholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). The courses includetest-taking tactics, drill work, vocabulary lists,algebraic and geometric concepts and a familiaritywith the test that will allow students to feel moreprepared. Students in the English class will alsowrite two writing prompts which the instructor willcorrect and comment on. The College Board OfficialSAT Study Guide is the text used for both courses(included in price of class.)This course will prepare the student for the May 4thSAT EXAMINATION that all juniors in the state willtake. Registration deadline is Thursday, March14th, if space is still available!*All classes meet at GHS 6:30-8:30pmSAT English Classes – Choose OneEngSAT 1: Monday class- March 25, April 1, 8, 22& 29 (no class April 15)EngSAT 2: Tuesday Class- March 26, April 2, 9, 23& 30 (no class April 16)EngSAT 3: Wednesday – March 27, April 3, 10, 24& May 1 (no class April 17)EngSAT 4: Thursday- March 28, April 4, 11, 25& May 2 (no class April 18)Fee: $85/per English classSAT Math Classes – Choose OneMathSAT 1: Monday class- March 25, April 1, 8, 22& 29 (no class April 15)MathSAT 2: Tuesday Class- March 26, April 2, 9, 23& 30 (no class April 16)MathSAT 3: Thursday- March 28, April 4, 11, 25& May 2 (no class April 18)Fee: $85/ per Math classWriter’s WorkshopInstructor: David HolmanQuestions? Call Us • 829-2208Still working on that novel? Seeking to publish thatpoem or article? Why not join the writer’s workshop!This class will feature guest authors and writerspresenting about their craft along with group readingsand sharing feedback; constructive criticism only.Whether you’re a published author or a novice writer,what do you have to lose? Come join the writer’sworkshop!Wednesday, January 16 – March 27 (no class 2/20)GHS 7:00-8:00pmFee: $78/ $70 seniorsConversation Partners ProgramCoordinator: Sarah HolmanMSAD #51 Adult Education announces an excitingnew program (ongoing) for volunteers who would liketo help local adult English language learners improvetheir conversation skills!We welcome all those who are interested involunteering in this ongoing program or if you justwant more information! Please email Sarah Holmanat holms58@gmail.com if you are interested in findingout more about this program!Monday, January 14 Orientation Session(Make-up date: January 28)6pm Greely High School Room 151English Language LearnersCoordinator: Sarah HolmanDo you want to improve your English conversationskills? Do you know someone who might benefit froma Conversation Partner? Please email Sarah Holmanat holms58@gmail.com to learn more about this new(FREE!) program.5


Certificate ClassesBasic Life Support (BLS)for Healthcare ProvidersInstructor: Cumberland Fire Department AHAInstructorsThis 4-hour class will earn the student an AmericanHeart Association Basic Life Support for HealthcareProvider 2-year certification card. The class coversinfant, child and adult CPR as well as choking forall ages and practice using an AED (Public AccessDefibrillator). This is the required certification foranyone who works in the healthcare profession.For more information, please email ebernier@cumberlandmaine.com.Choose one date:Saturday, Jan. 5, Feb. 2, Mar. 2, or Apr. 6West Fire Station, 115 Blackstrap Rd. 8:00am –noonFee: $45Community CPR and AEDInstructor: Cumberland Fire Department AHAInstructorsThis 4-hour class is for the general public andcovers infant, child and adult CPR and choking as wellas automated defibrillation (AED). At the conclusionof the class students receive an American HeartAssociation (AHA) Heart Saver CPR/AED card goodfor 2 years. FMI email ebernier@cumberlandmaine.com.Evening classes- Choose one date:Jan. 14, Feb. 12, March 11 or April 9West Fire Station 6:00-10:00pmFee: $45Morning classes- Choose one date:Jan. 7, Feb. 5, Feb. 9, Mar. 4, Apr. 2 & Apr. 13West Fire Station, 185 Blackstrap Rd. 8:00am –noonFee: $45First Aid TrainingInstructor: Cumberland Fire Department AHAInstructorsThis 4-hour class covers medical and traumaticemergencies including: allergic reactions, asthmaattacks, bee stings, broken bones, burns, cuts, diabeticreactions, heart attacks, heat emergencies and stroke.We do hands-on exercises to learn when to call theambulance and what to do until medical personnelarrive. Students receive a 2-year AHA certificationcard on the day of the class. FMI email ebernier@cumberlandmaine.com.Choose one date:Saturday, Jan. 12 or Mar. 9West Fire Station, 115 Blackstrap 8am – noonFee: $45Lifeguard Training ClassInstructor: Patti DrewRequirementsParticipants must be:1. 15 years of age on or before the final scheduledsession of this course.2. Able to successfully complete the pre-course swim:Swim 300 yards continuously using front crawl,breaststroke or a combination of both.3. Able to tread water for 2 minutes using legs only.4. Able to swim 20 yards using front crawl orbreaststroke, surface dive 7 feet and retrieve a 10 lbbrick, swim 20 yards back and exit the water in 1minute and 40 seconds. Goggles are not allowedfor the timed event.Note: Participants must take pre-course swim withthe Aquatics Director, Suzanne Martelle. Please call829-4808, ext. 241, prior to start of class.Mon & Wed March 25, 27, April 1, 3, 8, 10, April 22,24 & 29 (no class April 15 &17)GHS Pool 5:30-8:30 pm Fee: $225/ $235 non-resRegistration Deadline: March 186www.cumberlandmaine.com


Creative ArtsWinter/Spring Open Art StudioInstructor: Diane DahlkeDo you wish you had more time to create art? Ifyou have basic art skills and want to use them ina supportive group setting, this class is for you!Participants can draw or work in a variety of paintmediums; instruction and guidance is provided by aprofessional artist along with a still-life setup. You donot have to be a skilled artist to attend. Let this classgive you the focused studio time you need! Pleasebring your own materials. Limited enrollment.Monday January 7 – April 8(No class 1/21& 2/18)NYMS Art Room 7:00-9:00 pmFee: $58/ $68 non-res/ $50 seniorsLandscape Painting - Design ElementsInstructor: Diana JohnsonSpark your creativity through painting. Enjoy asupportive atmosphere filled with discussion, handouts,and plenty of time for individual practice andpersonal attention.You will learn, or brush-up on, the elements ofdesign which create a foundation for your paintings.Beginners and those with previous paintingexperience are all welcome. Those who have paintedbefore are welcome to bring acrylics, watercolors, orgouache.Beginners need to bring acrylics. The instructor willuse acrylics to demonstrate painting techniques.Copies of all new reference photos used indemonstrations will be available for everyone. You arewelcome to bring your own reference photos. Pleasesupply your own materials. A list of basic materialscan be obtained through the office.Tuesday, January 22, 29, February 5, 12, & February 26(no class 2/19)GMS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $78 / $88 non-res/ $70 seniorGreat Masterpieces of American ArtInstructor: Jason CurryThis class will focus on greatmasterpieces created right here in the United States!We will examine works by De Kooning, Rothko,Homer, Wyeth, Warhol, Hopper, Sargent, Mondrianand Whistler, with consideration of what makesAmerican art original, unique and different ascompared to European schools of art. The class willvisit the Bowdoin College Art Museum at a mutuallyagreed time convenient to class participants.Wednesday February 27 – March 27GHS 6:00-8:00pmFee: $65/ $75 non-res/ $60 seniorNEW!Landscape Painting - Design PrinciplesInstructor: Diana JohnsonSpark your creativity through painting. Enjoy asupportive atmosphere filled with discussion, handouts,and plenty of time for individual practice andpersonal attention.In this class you will learn how to incorporate designprinciples into your paintings. Beginners and thosewith previous painting experience are all welcome.Those who have painted before are welcome to bringacrylics, watercolors, or gouache.Beginners need to bring acrylics. The instructor willuse acrylics to demonstrate painting techniques.Copies of all new reference photos used indemonstrations will be available for everyone. You arewelcome to bring your own reference photos. Pleasesupply your own materials. . A list of basic materialscan be obtained through the office.March 5, 12, 19, April 2, 9 (no class 3/26)GMS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $78 / $88 non-res/ $70 seniorQuestions? Call Us • 829-22087


Creative ArtsKnitting Series with PamInstructor: Pamela Harwood, Longwoods AlpacaFarm, LLCNote: (applies to all three knitting classes) It will helpyou to get the most out of class if you are prepared tobegin at the start of class time. Please select your yarn,needles, notions, etc. and make any purchases beforefirst class. If you are using yarn that is in a skein, pleasetake a few minutes to wind it into a pull-from-thecenterball. Need help? Pam will show you how, usingyour thumb, if you won’t have a swift and ball winder.Materials list available at registration or email SarahDavis: sdavis@cumberlandmaine.com.Learn to Knit – “Fulled” MittensWinter is a wonderful time to learn to knit mittensand fulled mittens have a time-honored place inMaine’s knitting history. You’ll have plenty of time topractice your new-found skills, giving you a head starton knitting gifts for those you care about most.You will learn these skills; cast-on, knit stitch, purlstitch and knitting in the round on a long circularneedle. A pattern will be available to you in the class.Thursdays, Feb. 7, 14, & 28GHS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $45Learn Turkish CrochetIt’s always fun to learn something new. You can useTurkish crochet for straps, bands, pillows-- Use yourimagination! A pattern will be available to you in theclass.Thursday, March 14GHS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $15Learn to Knit- “Slip Stitch Rolled BrimCap”Spring is a wonderful time to learn to knit. You’ll haveplenty of time to practice your newfound skills overthe summer, and you can get an early start on knittinggifts for those you care most about. In this class youwill learn how to figure “gauge,” Maine cast-on, knitstitch, knitting in the round on a circular needled andslipping stitches. A pattern will be available to you inthe class.Thursdays, March 28, April 4 & 11GHS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $30Sewing – Home DécorInstructor: Stephanie KnightA sewing class for beginners and intermediateslooking to save some money on home accessoriesand create a personalized look for yourhome! Suggested DIY projects include: pillowsof all shapes and sizes; placemats, napkinsor tablecloths; window treatments such asvalences, curtains or roman shades; or a quiltingproject. Bring your own sewing machine orplease request one in advance at registration.Thursday, March 7 – April 4GHS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $49/ $59 non-res8www.cumberlandmaine.com


World LanguagesSpanish for Beginners and TravelersInstructor: David HolmanThis class will launch you into the Spanish world!You will learn everything from how to get around,to ordering (and cooking!) food, greetings, how tous money in the marketplace, travel vocabulary, andcultural norms. You will learn the rules of the presenttense and we will have basic conversations in Spanish.This class is for beginners- no prior Spanish needed.We’ll use the book, E-Z Spanish, by Ruth Silverstein,(available on Amazon.com) plus online videos andlearning resources.Thursday, January 17 – March 28(no class 2/21)GHS 6:00- 7:00pmFee: $68/ $78 non-res/ $60 seniorsSpanish for Beginners and Travelers -ContinuingInstructor: David Holman(This continuing class is for those beginning Spanishstudents who have taken at least one class with David.)You will continue to learn about life in the Spanishworld, building on the grammar and vocabularylearned in the beginners’ class. Continue to learnSpanish!Thursday, January 17 – March 28(no class 2/21)GHS 7:00- 8:00pmFee: $68/ $78 non-res/ $60 seniorsIntermediate SpanishInstructor: Davis HolmanIntermediate Spanish will sharpen your rusty Spanishto a fine point! We’ll refresh the present tense anddive into the past and future tenses. This class includeslots of conversation, games, plus the fundamentalsof intermediate Spanish. We’ll use the book, E-ZSpanish, by Ruth Silverstein, (available on Amazon.com) plus online videos and learning resources.Wednesday, January 16 – March 27(no class 2/20)GHS 6:00-7:00pmFee: $68/ $78 non-res/ $60 seniorsDavid Holman us a Greely HS graduate who studiedSpanish in college and has lived in Guatemala, El Salvador,Nicaragua and Bolivia. He now works as the Outreach andCommunications Coordinator for Safe Passage.Italian for Beginners & TravelersInstructor: Laura Boniolo, Institute for InternationalStudiesIf you are planning a trip to Italy, or if you are simplycurious or fascinated by the Italian language, customsand culture, join this interactive and fun course! Youwill be introduced to basic grammatical structuresand vocabulary of daily practice, while interactingwith others in a full immersion experience. In doingthis, you will acquire the ability to understand, speak,write and read basic Italian. These skills will befurther enhanced through role-playing exercises thatreproduce the kinds of everyday experience you mightencounter in Italy. This course does not require anyprior knowledge of Italian.Monday, January 28 – March 25(no class 2/18)GHS 6:00-7:00pmFee: $68/ $78 non-res/ $60 seniorsQuestions? Call Us • 829-22089


10Lifelong LearningGreen Funerals & BurialsInstructor: Jane Mullen, SeminarSpecialistInterest in earth-friendly choices is growing in manyareas of our lives, including funerals and burials.What are green funerals and burials? How might anearth-friendly orientation influence the choices wemake in caring for our dead? How do we discern theenvironmental impact of our choices? Please join usfor an interesting discussion about green funerals andburials, how to go about planning and arranging forthem, and options available right here in Maine.Wednesday, March 20GHS 6:00- 7:30pmFee: $10NEW!Later Life Transitions:Honoring the ProcessInstructor: Valerie Jones, LMSWThrough our life we are faced with many transitionsand the decisions that accompany them. In the lateryears, transitions can be challenging to both the olderadult and their families. Having a means by whichto honor wisdom, thoughts, and feelings can addelements of growth to relationships, lessen fear aroundchange, and allow some measure of control for theindividual. This workshop for caring family memberswill provide insight into helping older adults and theirloved ones to develop a process for life transitionsbefore a crisis situation occurs.NEW!Monday, March 4GHS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $16Valerie is also owner of Continuing Journeys, a privatepractice, working with individuals and families in theareas of grief, loss and transition.Basket Weaving - Two NEWBaskets!Instructor: Wendy DesrochersCome and make two beautiful baskets! These basketsare for both the beginning and experienced basketweaver. The first basket is a “gathering basket.” Thisbasket can be used in many ways and is perfect forflowers and yet sturdy enough for vegetables. Itmeasures 12” x 18” with an oak handle. The secondbasket is a round utility basket. The base is twinedwith a 10” oak handle. The option to weave the basketwith all natural reeds; a wide piece can be woven intothe basket that could be stenciled or hand-painted.1. Gathering Basket class: Thursday, February 28 &March 72. Utility Basket class: Thursday, March 21 & 28GMS 6:30-8:30pmFee: $20 per class, plus materials fee payable toinstructorFee: $36 for BOTH classes, plus materials fee payableto instructorPlease bring to class: measuring tape, clothespins, anawl, bucket, jack-knife and a pencil.Are You Curious AboutCremation?Instructor: Jane Mullen, Seminar SpecialistGet the facts about the cremation process and howto integrate cremation with meaningful end-of-liferituals. Let your personal, financial, and religiouspriorities and preferences guide you in making thechoices that are right for you. Bring your questionsand enjoy a very informative yet relaxed discussionabout cremation – a topic which so many people arecurious about!Tuesday, February 26GHS 6:00-7:30pmFee: $10www.cumberlandmaine.com


Cooking and More!Pizza!Instructor: Chris ToyLet’s make some fresh dough. Then add some thicktomato sauce and our favorite toppings such assausage, pepperoni, onions, mushrooms, or olives.Let’s not forget lots of melted cheese. Join Chris for anight of homemade pizza! Those in the know bringdishes for leftovers!Monday, January 7East Meets West Pasta ClassInstructor: Chris ToyWe’ll roll out fresh handmade pasta. Then we’ll makethe fresh noodles into a tasty seafood ramen noodlesoup straight out of Japan. We’ll also make a classicItalian sausage and red sauce to have over the rest ofthe noodles. Yum!Monday, February 4Sushi and Miso SoupInstructor: Chris ToyThis hands-on cooking class teaches how to create avariety of colorful and tasty sushi rolls. Don’t worry,we won’t be using raw fish, but we’ll be using salmon,shrimp, cucumbers, scallions, avocados and otherfresh ingredients.Grow Your Own Organic Garden!An introduction to the basics of organic gardeningInstructor: Maine Organic Farmers & GardenersAssociation, (MOFGA)Interested in learning how to grow your ownvegetables in a sustainable manner? Join us for anevening long workshop on how to grow your owngarden. We’ll talk about the basics of soil science,how to enrich your soil to produce healthy, highyieldingplants. The course will also cover the basicsof making and using compost, the principles of croprotation and how to incorporate green manures andmanage nutrients in the garden. Other topics willinclude how to tell the difference between cultivatedplants and weeds, basic weed control strategies andcommon insect pests and methods of natural insectcontrol. The instructor will be an experienced farmeror gardener from your region. All are welcome, fromfirst-timers to experienced gardeners who want toexperiment with new techniques.Wednesday, April 3rdGHS 6:00 - 9:00 pmFee: $10.00Monday, March 11All 3 Cooking classes:GHS 6:00-8:00pmFee: $16/ per class or $45 for all three! (plus $8food fee payable to instructor at each class.)Questions? Call Us • 829-220811


Ed2Go Online LearningEd2go Online- Gain New Skills!You can take advantage of hundreds of online courses available through Cumberland-North Yarmouth Adult andCommunity Education! Go to this link for a complete list and more information: www.ed2go.com/msad51adedEach course runs for 6 weeks and consists of 12 lessons. The lessons are project-oriented and include hands-on assignments,discussion areas, supplementary links and more. You can complete your course entirely from your home or office, any timeof the day or night! All you need to get started is internet access, email address and a web browser. Additional requirements, ifany, will be listed with the course description. Courses start at $89, with these general areas of study:Accounting and Finance Business Computer Applications Health Care and MedicalLanguage and Arts Law and Legal Personal Development Teaching and EducationTechnologyWriting and PublishingClasses start monthly: 1/16, 2/20, 3/20, & 4/17Falmouth Community ProgramsTel. 781-5253Redesign Fundamentals for yourHomeAll About Color: Making the RightColor Choices for Your HomeComputers for BeginnersAcrylic PaintingAll Support Art GroupSewing Home DécorBasket Making Workshop-Kindling BasketMake Something Wool New AgainPower Squadron - Safe BoatingAviation Safety SeminarCommunity First Aid and SafetyLaughter Yoga, Yoga & Gentle YogaFitness Plus 55Indoor Tennis for AdultsMartial ArtsTony Fiesta Dance WorkoutsWake Up, Smell the Flowers &ExerciseSnowshoeing TreksRegional OfferingsRSU 5 Freeport Recreation& Community EducationTel. 865-6171Boating Skills and SeamanshipPreventing Identity TheftHealthcare Technician TrainingIntro to ComputersSelf-Care for WomenCreating Your Best 2013Clearing the SubconsciousMicrosoft Office SuiteIntro to BreadmakingMosaic FurnitureStained GlassAdvanced SewingPlay in a Bluegrass BandPortland Adult EducationTel. 874-8155Windham Adult EducationTel. 657-2620Yarmouth Community ServicesTel. 846-2406Adult Hapkido for Self DefenseArt ExercisesAstronomyBeginner Mandarin ChineseClutter ControlCoastal PilotingCurious About Cremation?Education FundingFlower Fairy WorkshopIntro to Ballroom DancingIntro to Ham RadioLandscape PaintingPlanning Ahead for Peace of MindSewingSpeed CleaningYogaZumba12www.cumberlandmaine.com


Behind 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 with Bartley Driving School @657-5010.Monday, Wednesday, FridayGHS 5:30-8:30pmClass Start Dates: Feb. 6, March 6, April 3, May 1Fee: $420Maine Driving DynamicsInstructor: Bureau of Highway SafetyThis course offers drivers the opportunity to improvetheir driving skills by learning about collisionavoidance techniques, safety issues, driver habitsand attitudes, and the basic elements that constantlychallenge drivers on Maine’s highways. Class formatincludes lecture, PowerPoint presentation and classdiscussion. Students who complete the course may beeligible for a three-point credit on their driving recordand a possible discount from their insurance carrier.You must bring or send copy of your driver’s license toregister. Pre-registrations only; no walk-ins!Saturday, April 27Fee: $40/ $10 seniors (age 65 +)GHS 8:00am – 1:00pmNote: Limited Space. Please register early!SMCC ClassesSMCC Classes at Greely High SchoolJoin us at Greely High School for SMCC classes!!Earn credits toward an SMCC degree and/ or earn dual credit towards college while earning your high schooldegree. The following classes will be offered in the Spring 2013 semester, starting in January.• Anatomy & Physiology II- Tuesday 6:00-8:45pm• A&P II Lab- Thursday 6-7:50pm• Intro to International Relations- Wednesday 6:00-8:45pm• Intro to Sociology- Wednesday 2:30-5:15pm• Intro to Business- Wednesday 6:00-8:45pm• Jazz Appreciation & History- Thursday 6:00-8:45pmHigh school students need to contact GHS guidance department for more information. To take an SMCC classat the Greely High School satellite site, you must register through Southern Maine Community College. Call741-5800 for more information.Questions? Call Us • 829-220813


Adults In The PoolAquatic FitnessInstructor: Kathy TaylorExercise in the water! Each class includes a warm-up,aerobic upper body, mid and lower body workoutand ends with a cool-down. This popular workoutfor swimmers and non-swimmers is designed for allfitness levels and paces. Water exercise is a wonderfullow-impact alternative to traditional land exerciseprograms- ideal for people with arthritis and thoserecovering from injuries as well as anyone looking fora great workout. Post-operative participants must havewritten permission from a physician. You must be atleast 18 years old to register for this class.Tuesdays & ThursdaysSession 1- January 8 – February 14 (12 classes)GHS pool 5:30-6:30pmFee: $40/ $50 non-res/ $35 seniorSession 2- February 26 – April 11 (14 classes)GHS pool 6:00-7:00pmFee: $48/ $58 non-res/ $40 seniorsPlease note: Each session has two extra days added, incase of last minute pool closure or no school days.Lap SwimmingSwimming is a great aerobic exercise which conditionsthe heart and lungs as well as helping control bodyweight. It can also give you more energy, increaseresistance to fatigue, relieve tension, tone muscles andhelp you to relax and sleep. You must be 18 years oldand be able to swim one length of the pool at yourown pace without stopping. This is not a learn-toswimprogram.Mon/ Wed/ Fri Jan. 4- April 12 (pool closed Feb. 18)Greely Pool 5:30-7:00amFee: Punch Card (See punch card info for pricing)Evening Lap Swim Schedule-GHS Pool(For adults 18 and up)Monday & Wednesday EveningsFebruary 25 –March 22 6:30-8:00pmMarch 25 – June 6 6:00-7:30pmFee: Punch Card (See punch card information)(Pool closed: April 15 & May 27)Punch CardValid for 6 MonthsFee: $35/ $45 non-res for 10 lap swims$75/ $85 non-res for 25 lap swimsFee: $50/ $60 non-res for 10 Masters swimsMasters Swim ProgramCoach: Larissa HeroldThe Masters program provides early-morningswim workouts for competitors, as well as triathletesand general fitness swimmers. Our coach, LarissaHerold, will help swimmers meet their individualneeds and goals. Participants should be able to swimat least 30 lengths of the pool in an hour. Individualworkouts will be provided.Note: You must be at least 18 years old to participate inthis adult program.Tues-Thurs-Sat Jan. 3 – April 11(no class week of Feb. 18th)GHS pool 5:30 - 7am (Saturdays at 7:00 – 8:15am)Fee: $ 135/ $145 non-res or Masters punch card(See punch card info)Larissa was Olympic Trial Swimming Finalist 1992,NCAA D-1 Finalist 1992-1997. USS club swim coachfor 15 years & Masters swim coach for 6 years inCumberland.14www.cumberlandmaine.com


Adult FitnessCardio- Body Sculpting Work OutInstructor: Julie Waterman, ACE CertifiedThis one-hour class will target all of your major musclegroups. This class is designed to sculpt your body withchallenging integrated exercises using weights, bandsand stability balls. Cardio will be incorporated into theworkout – sometimes in the form of circuit training orinterval workouts, sometimes in the form of some fundance moves. Variety keeps your muscles challenged!Please consult your doctor if you have back issues orother health concerns before taking this class. Bring amat, hand weights to class and a stability or “balance”ball to class on Fridays. Bands will be provided by theteacher.Session 1: January 7 – March 29(No class 1/23 & week of 2/18)Session 2: April 1 – June 14(No class week of 4/15 & 5/27)Monday/Wednesday/FridayWescustago Hall 9-10amOne class per week: $55/ $48 seniorsTwo classes per week: $85/ $68 seniorsThree classes per week: $105/ $88 seniorsWinter Zumba GoldInstructor: Suzanne McManusZumba Gold is geared for active older adults as wellZumba beginners. The same Latin and Internationalrhythms and dance steps are used as in the originalZumba program, but each class includes a longerwarm-up and cool-down and the choreographyis given at a slower, gentler pace. You get a safeand effective total body workout in a party-likeatmosphere. So, if you’ve been thinking about tryingZumba, here’s your chance to join in on the fun!Kripalu Yoga for AdultsInstructor: Elizabeth BurdEach class will begin with a brief centering, warm ups,and pranayama (breath work) followed by a series ofguided postures. The focus will be on alignment, bodyawareness, and coordinating breath with movement.Class will end with a brief relaxation and meditation.Modifications will always be given to ensure a safeand rewarding class for everyone! Participants musthave had some prior Yoga experience. Please wearcomfortable clothing and bring a water bottle, smallpillow, yoga blocks & yoga mat.Tuesday, January 15 through April 9th(no class 2/19)Prince Memorial Library 4:30-5:45pmFee: $98/ $88 seniorsEvening Tai Chi for Stress ReliefInstructor: Louise PoppemaAre you operating on overload? Another work weekstarted with no end in sight? Overcommitted? Comejoin in a class designed for stress relief using specificTai Chi forms. A guaranteed “you’ll feel better” class!No previous Tai Chi experience required. Please wearcomfortable clothing.Tuesday, March 5 – April 9Prince Room @ PML 6:15-7:15pmFee: $60Monday, January 28 – April 8 (no class 2/18)Wilson 6:30-7:30pmFee: $48 / $58 non-resQuestions? Call Us • 829-220815


Adult FitnessZUMBA!Instructor: Dinah AldrichIt’s a NEW YEAR – Get in the BEST SHAPE of yourlife! How to do this??? ZUMBA!!! Based on simpleLatin dance moves including salsa, merengue and chacha,Zumba is designed as a complete fitness workoutthat is “exercise in disguise!” What are you waiting for– let’s start the PARTY!!! Comfortable workout attireand sneakers suggested.Thursday, January 10 – April 4 (no class 2/21)Wilson MPR 6:30-7:30pmFee: $55/ $65 non-res/ $50 senior cit.ZUMBA Toning!Instructor: Dinah AldrichIt’s the “next step” in fitness! Keep your cardio goingwhile you add simple yet effective moves that willsculpt and firm your body as you dance! Light 1.5 lbweights (that shake!) are used with correct form to giveyou tone and definition quickly and safely! C’monand join the “Toning Party”!Monday, January 7 – April 8 (no class 1/21 & 2/18)Wilson MPR 5:15-5:45pmFee: $49/ $59 non-res/ $40 seniors(Please call Sarah Davis at 829-2208, if you need toorder toning sticks.)Online Learning OpportunitiesWinter Dance AerobicsInstructor: Karan Millerwww.jackis.comThis is the original, award-winning AerobicDancing of Jacki Sorensen. What sets this programapart is choreography in every element of the 1 hourfull body program: stretching, abdominal work,body sculpting with option hand-held and /or ankleweights, cardiovascular conditioning (dances!), andcool-down are all done with style to a great varietyof music, and at a personal level. You can dancethis program through your life. It is presented as adance class, learning steps, adding formations; it isprogressive. It is truly serious fun, in a non-competitiveatmosphere.Please bring good sneakers, a mat, water bottle,and weights (up to 6 pounds for each hand, and 1.5pounds on each ankle) if you want to use them; youwill be encouraged to start with low poundage. Newparticipants over 40 and pregnant women need toprovide a physician’s permission slip when registering.*Do you want to try out the class FREE before youregister? Please call 829-2208 to sign up for a free class.(for new participants only)Tuesday & Thursday January 8 – April 4(no class week of Feb. 18)Wescustago Hall 5-6pmFee: $108/ $118 non-res /$88 seniorsKaran is a certified Jacki Sorensen instructor since 1984and has a Fitness Instructor Certificate from USM.Over 100 online courses are available throughCumberland-North Yarmouth Adult andCommunity Education!For detailed informationand course descriptions, please visitwww.ed2go.com/msad51aded16www.cumberlandmaine.com


Cabin Reliever Lunch & LearnsJoin us on these local trips and relieve your cabin fever!Saco Museum and Lunch!Enjoy a unique visit to the Saco Museum and viewthe “I My Needle Ply with Skill”: Maine SchoolgirlNeedlework of the Federal Era exhibit. Get an in-depthlook at the complex needlework of Maine schoolgirlsof the late 18th and 19th centuries. Learn aboutthe evolution of samplers and needlework as femalecreativity blossomed and accomplishments increased.There will be time to view other areas of the museumand gallery. After the guided tour we will enjoy lunchon your own at the Run of the Mill, located on theSaco River that winds between Biddeford and Saco.Tuesday, January 29Depart CTC at 10:15am/ Return approx. at 3:00pmFee: $8.00 (Note: lunch fee on your own)Out to Lunch at SMCC!Enjoy the upscale epicurean delights and spectacularview of Casco Bay while dining at Southern MaineCommunity College’s (SMCC) culinary arts diningroom in South Portland. A full luncheon of soup andsalad, entrée choice and delectable desserts will beserved by students learning the fine art of running a fullservice restaurant. Sign up early! You won’t want tomiss out on this popular trip.Wednesday, February 20Depart CTC lot at 11:15am/Return approx. at 3:00pmFee: $20 (includes lunch, gratuity,& transportation)Westbrook Luncheon and UNE GallerySit back and enjoy special service for a completeluncheon prepared and served by Westbrook HighSchool culinary arts students. Enjoy a deliciouslunch of homemade soup, rolls, salad, dessert andbeverages. Please select your own entrée of: bakedhaddock, grilled marinated boneless breast ofchicken or vegetarian penne pasta upon registration.After lunch, enjoy a stop at the Art Gallery at UNEin Portland. Known as “the Little Jewel”, it featurescontemporary fine art photography and internationalthemes in work by women and Maine artists in avariety of mediums.Friday, March 29Depart CTC lot at 10:30am/ Return approx. at 2pmFee: $20, includes lunch, gratuity & transportationGreen LadleEnjoy a delicious luncheon buffet prepared andserved by culinary arts students at Lewiston RegionalTechnical Center. Sample sumptuous appetizers, salads,entrees and desserts while meeting budding chefs andrestaurateurs. Plan on a local museum visit afterwardsto work off that yummy lunch!Thursday, April 25Depart CTC at 10:15am/ Return approx. at 2:30pmFee: $20, includes lunch, gratuity & transportationQuestions? Call Us • 829-220817


Portland Stage MatineesPortland Stage Company 2pm MatineesNote: For all matinees, we depart from CTC lot on Rt. 1 at 1:15pm and return following the show!Greater TunaAn hysterical, off-beat comedy set in Tuna, the “thirdsmallest town in Texas,” where the Lions Club is tooliberal and Patsy Cline never dies. Versatile performersTom Ford and Dustin Tucker—both West Texasnatives—team up to play over 20 of Tuna’s eccentricinhabitants, from gun-clubbers to church ladies, in aquick-changing two-man tour-de-force that celebratesand satirizes the quirks of small-town life.Thursday, February 14 Fee: $32A Song at TwilightIn Noël Coward’s theatrical farewell, Sir Hugo, asuccessful, aging writer, has paid a personal price forconcealing his sexuality from the public. When aformer starlet arrives at his hotel room with a handfulof revealing letters, Sir Hugo is forced to confront hispast—and his wife—in this comedic and poignantplay with music about fame, privilege, and a life in thetheater.Thursday, March 14 Fee: $32Love SickA series of funny and sad love stories – somegone wrong and others gone right – exploring thecomplications of romance in the suburban jungle.From a bride-to-be whose literally cold feet areholding up her marriage, to a career-minded couplewho forgot to have a baby, this world premiereproduction is a romantic comedy for imperfect loversand dreamers. A new play from Maine playwright andaward-winning actor, John Cariani, author of Last Gasand Almost, Maine.Thursday, April 18 Fee: $3218www.cumberlandmaine.com


Youth SwimmingOpen Recreational SwimGeneral open recreation swim time is available. Children must beable to stand in four (4) feet of water and must be over six (6) yearsof age or accompanied by an adult. Children not toilet trainedmust wear rubber pants or plastic barrier in addition to a swimdiaper. (State Law).Saturdays (ongoing)GHS Pool, 12–2:00 pmFee: Children $2 res/ $3 non-resAdults $3 res/ $4 non-resFamily $5 res/ $6 non-res**The Greely Pool will be closed on December 24th/25th, Dec 31st &January 1st, 21, Feb 16Winter/Spring Swim Lessons 2013Saturday Lessons:Session 1: January 5-March 9, (No Lessons Feb 9 & 16)Session 2: March 23-May18 (No Lessons April 20)Parent/Child Class, 8:30-9:00 am, for children and theirparents ages 6 mos through 5.(Minimum 6, Maximum 16)Fee:$45 res/ $55 non-resPreschool Levels 1-3, 9:10-9:40 and 9:50-10:20 am, forchildren ages 3, 4 and 5.(Children must be age 3 by the first class)We will assess the first day and place your child in anappropriate group.(Minimum 6, Maximum 16)Fee:$45 res/ $55 non-resLevels 1-5, 10:30-11:10, 11:20-12:00, for children ages 6and up.(Children must be age 6 by the first class)We will assess the first day and will place your child in theappropriate level.Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsLevel 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsLevel 3: Stroke DevelopmentLevel 4: Stroke ImprovementLevel 5: Stroke Refinement(Minimum 6, Maximum 16)Fee:$55 res/ $65 non-resPrivate Lessons: For scheduling and fees of private lessonsplease contact SueMartelle, Aquatic Director, at 829-4805 ext. 241.Class Descriptions**Parent/Child Swim: (30 min)For parent and children between the ages of 6 mos to 5 yrs. Thepurpose of this class is to familiarize families with the pool and to beginthe process of acclimating your child for swim lessons. Parents arethe primary instructor for their child at this age. Swim instructors willinstruct the parents to begin the process of teaching children to swim. Amajor focus of this class will be to have fun with your child while learningsome of the basics such as proper holds. A clean swim diaper is requiredunder a snug fitting bathing suit for children who are not potty trained.Preschool Lessons for 3 yr olds. Parents will now have the option ofregistering 3 yr olds in our popular Preschool Lessons. The purpose ofthe class is to introduce their 3 yr old to the pool in a small group settingwithout the parent in the water.Preschool Lessons (30 min) The purpose of this class is to introducechildren ages 3, 4 and 5 to the pool in a small group setting without theparent in the water. While having fun and playing games the child willlearn to follow simple instructions from the teacher: blowing bubbles,kicking, paddling, floating. Initially everything is done with the supportof the teacher at this level, teaching safety is a major component of thisclass. Once the preschooler can front and back float, can perform apaddle stroke, we will work on all the Level 2 skills in the shallow end.Participants in each session will be tested during the first class toplacement. This includes the Preschool Levels as well as the Learn to SwimLevels for ages 6 and older.Level 1: (40 min) For children ages 6 and up. Children will learn theskills necessary to begin to learn to swim. They will learn to blow bubblesthrough their mouth and nose, submerge their face and then entire head,front and back floats, glides, treading water and paddling. All skills canbe performed with physical supports, noodles etc. Safety and learning tobe comfortable in the water is a major component of this class.Level 2: (40 min) For children ages 6 and up. Participants in this levelare comfortable submerging their head. They are learning to front float,back float and swim independently, front and back glides, how to performbobs, swim underwater, tread water, and building endurance. Childrenwill learn to swim a full length of the pool independently.Level 3: (40 min) For children ages 6 and up. Participants willpractice and build on the skills learned in Level 2. Children in thislevel are comfortable and can perform all the Level 2 skills in thedeep end. Participants must be able to swim a full length of the poolindependently. New skills introduced include diving, rotary breathing,survival float, various kicks, front crawl and elementary backstroke. Themajor emphasis at this level is the child is learning front crawl with rotarybreathing.Level 4: (40 min) For children who can demonstrate all the skillsintroduced in Level 3. In addition to building on those skills thechild will learn back crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly, survivalswimming, and more diving skills.Level 5: (40 min) For children who can demonstrate all the skillsfrom Level 4. In addition to refining all the strokes the child will learntuck and surface dives, flip turns, and more diving skills. New safetyskills will be introduced.Swimmers with hair that is 3 inches or longer must wear bathing caps.Available from lifeguards ($5).Questions? Call Us • 829-220819


Early Release WednesdaysHodge PodgeGrades K-3Instructor: Allison Fluet and staffLocation: MIW SchoolA little bit of this, a little bit of that! And a whole lot offun! Join us on Early Release Wednesday afternoons fora bunch of activities from games to crafts to experiments.Each week will have a theme such as Extravagameza,Craftmania and Wizardry to name a few! Childrenwill enjoy the variety.PROGRAM LIMITED TO FIRST 25 PARTICIPANTSSession I: Jan 9, 16, 30 Feb 6, 13, 27Session II: Mar 6, 13, 20, 27, Apr 3, 24,FEE: $115 Per sessionSounds Of Silence Classes in2013!We are pleased to announce that our Soundsof Silence program will be holding Winterand Spring Sessions in 2013!NEW!NYMS CLASSSounds Of Silence -- Grades 3-5An American Sign Language ClassInstructor: Mrs. Robin SiddersOver the course of each session, students will learnAmerican Sign Language skills and will develop anawareness of the deaf culture, discovering that we areall unique and special. The session concludes with acelebration performance for parents and friends.While SOS (Sounds of Silence) is dedicated to teachingthe basics to new students, Mrs. Sidders is always findingfun and unique opportunities for her returning students tocontinue in their learning.In order to provide an excellent program, enrollment willbe limited (first come, first served).“Robin Sidders is an energetic wonder in the classroom.”“Her warm, caring and genuine encouragement allowedmy daughter to shine.”--Parents of previous studentsGMS CLASSSounds Of Silence G.M.S. – Middle School Program(Grades 6-8)An American Sign Language ClassInstructor: Mrs. Robin SiddersSounds of Silence G.M.S. is an after school American SignLanguage program for middle school students. Over thecourse of each session, students will learn American SignLanguage skills and will develop an awareness of the deafculture.While SOS (Sounds of Silence) is dedicated to teachingthe basics to new students, retuning students will also havemany opportunities to continue in their learning.“The curriculum is well thought out and complete. Sheincludes many different learning mediums for her classwhich keeps the children excited and engaged.”--Parent of previous studentNYMS - Winter Session8 class session -- Wednesday Early Release(12:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.)Grades 3-5 (Bus Transportation from MIW Available)Dates: 1/16, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/27, 3/6, 3/13, 3/20Price: $100 Class Minimum: 10 studentsNYMS – Spring Session8 class session -- Wednesday Early Release(12:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.)Grades 3-5Dates: 3/27, 4/3, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 6/5Price: $100 Class Minimum: 10 studentsGMS – Winter Session8 class session -- Mondays after school(2:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.)Grades 6-8 (Late Bus Transportation Available)Dates: 1/14, 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, 2/25, 3/4, 3/11, 3/18Price: $100 Class Minimum: 10 studentsGMS – Spring Session8 class session -- Mondays after school(2:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.)Grades 6-8Dates: 3/25, 4/1, 4/8, 4/22, 4/29, 5/6, 5/13, 5/20Price: $100 Class Minimum: 10 students20www.cumberlandmaine.com


Youth SportsGreely Baseball Winter Skills& Drills CampCome train with the coaching staff of the 2007, 2009 StateChampions & 2011 State Runner-up! The Greely BaseballCoaching staff will be hosting a baseball clinic for childrengrades K-8 – sessions are grouped by grade. The focus willbe on improving young players’ basic fundamental skillswith their ability to throw, hit, and field. The players willbe rotated through a series drills in this non-competitiveenvironment. The coaching staff includes:Derek Soule, Greely Varsity Baseball Coach, 2007 State ofMaine Coach of the YearBob Anthoine, former Greely varsity coach 1986-1999,Greely Baseball Hall of FamerMort Soule, current Greely assistant, former Deering headcoach, member of the Maine Baseball Hall of FameThe camp will run *8 Sunday afternoons at the Greely HighSchool Southwing Gym: Jan. 13, 20, 27 Feb. 3, 10, March 3,10, 17 The sessions are based by grade and have a limit of24 participants per session:(No Program Feb 17 & 24)Session 1 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM (k-1st grade)Session 2 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM (2nd-3rd grade)Session 3 11:00 – Noon pm (4th-5th grade)Session 4 Noon – 1:00 pm (6th, 7th-8th grade)(Max of 24 Participants per session)Program Location: GHS “South Wing Gym”Program Fee: $85 res/ $95 non-resBasketball Open Gym!Greely Middle School Gym will be open each Saturdaybeginning December 15th from 2-4pm for open gym.Participants may work on shooting, dribbling, etc or simplyget some friends together for some “pick-up” hoops.Youth Lacrosse InformationRegistration for boys and girls youth lacrosse, grades 3-6,will be held on February 5th, 2013 between 6-7:30 pmin the Greely Middle School cafeteria. Come register,meet the coaches and board members and get importantinformation about the upcoming season. The season willbegin in March with two Saturday indoor practices onMarch 23rd and April 6th and run through mid-June.Outdoor practices will be on Tuesdays and Thursdaysat 5:30 and will begin as soon as the fields are dry. Boys’practices will be held at Twin Brooks and girls will practiceat Sharps Field in North Yarmouth. League games areSaturday morning beginning April 27th and there arejamborees and round robins during the season as well.Please visit the Cumberland Youth Lacrosse website www.cumberlandlacrosse.org for more information aboutthe program, equipment needs, rules and other usefulinformation and links. Registration forms can also bedownloaded from this site and sent in with payment forthose unable to attend registration night.Contact Mark MacMahon at mark.r.macmahon@gmail.com with questions.Indoor Soccer - Boys & GirlsInstructor: Mike AndreasenA great program to keep your soccer skills in tune. Learnsome new skills, improve on the old and most of all havefun ! Time will be spent briefly covering a few drills andskills, but priority time will be with fun games. LimitedenrollmentK–1, 8:30–9:15 amGrade 2 & 3, 9:30–10:30 amGrade 4–6, 10:30–11:30 amSaturdays, Feb 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23GHSFee: $35 res/ 45 non-resSaturdays: Dec 15th-Feb 9th (No Program Dec 22nd or29th)GMS Gym 2-4pmFee: $2/ per participantQuestions? Call Us • 829-220821


Youth Sports“Bitty Ballers” Pre-SchoolBasketball ProgramNEW!(Participants must be age 4 by March 1, 2013)Instructor: Alan GradyBitty Ballers introduction to basketball created by “CoachAlan” is a program designed to introduce children to thegame of basketball, the fun way! Children will learn rules,key words and how to play the game, as well as participatein skill developing games throughout the session. Parentsget to share in some great 1 on 1 time with their child andthe session ends with a real game!Saturdays March 2 – March 30 (5 weeks)Session I: 12-12:45pm (max of 12 participants)Session II: 1-1:45pm (max of 12 participants)Location: Mabel Wilson School GymFee: $40 res/ $50 non-res (Includes end of seasonaward)Cumberland Soccer Club RegistrationCumberland Soccer Club Registration for the fall 2013season will be held in the Greely Middle School Lobby onWednesday April 10th from 6:00-8:00.Registration and payments for all returning & new playerscan also be facilitated online via CSC’s website.Mark your calendar: Player Evaluations will be held onMay 5, 12, and 19 at Twinbrook and/or GMS. Specific infofound on the CSC website.Visit the CSC website for more information: www.cumberlandsoccerclub.com or contact Patty Normandeauat pattynormandeau@gmail.comSpring Running ClubGrades 1st-6th (Current Grade)Head 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 safeand positive environment? Cumberland/N.YarmouthRecreation is again offering the Spring Running ClubProgram!The primary focus of this POPULAR six week programis to promote running as a fun, group oriented activityand is a great way to stay healthy. “Fun Run Meets” willbe scheduled each Wednesday with other surroundingcommunities. A Schedule will be available soon.Accepting Registrations Beginning, Monday, March 4thLimited enrollment.Note: Assistant Coaches are needed.Please call 829-2208 FMIApril 29th-June 7th 2013 (M, W, F)Wilson/Twinbrook Recreation AreaFee: $60 res/ $70 non-resLocation DetailsRunners will meet at the Wilson school on Mondays andFridays. Wilson runners will be dismissed from theirclassroom to playground when a coach arrives (NYMSrunners, please take bus to Wilson). Runners will meetcoaches and complete their stretching at MIW at approx3:30pm a school bus will transport runners and coachesto Twinbrook Recreation area for their practice. Parents,please plan to pick up youth at Twinbrook at 4:30pm.,second parking lot.Little League Baseball & SoftballRegistrationThe 2013 Cumberland/North Yarmouth Little Leaguebaseball & softball registration will open on Tuesday,January 1, 2013. Registrations will only be accepted onlineat www.cnyll.com. An early bird registration discountwill be given to those who register prior to February29th, 2012. Please contact playeragent@cnyll.com forfurther information. Please note that there is no early birdregistration discount for our Tee Ball programs.22www.cumberlandmaine.com


Youth Enrichment“Little Stars” Creative DramaInstructor: Jennifer GiffordGrades K-3A drama class focused on FUN! Come build creativethinking, confidence, self-esteem, speaking andacting skills through movement, improv, voice, andcharacters! This creative journey will include dramaticplay, story enactment, imagination exploration,theatre games, music, dance and more!Grades: K-3Time: 3:15-4:15pmLocation: MIW Multi-Purpose RoomFridays: Mar 1, March 8, 15, 22Fee: $60 res/ $70 non-res (per session)Coming Summer 2013: New Community TheatreProgram!Music and Me Movement Classes!(For Ages 4 months–3 years)Instructor: Jennifer GiffordNew Location: West Cumberland Community HallWe’ll move, groove, wiggle and giggle! Exercise funfor the toddler & parent/caregiver! This class will helpdevelop child’s fine and gross motor skills, visual-auditoryawareness, rhythm, socialization, strength andflexibility. We will enjoy musical instruments, ball play,finger play, parachute, puppets and more!Note: Parent/caregiver participation is required.Mondays, February 25- March 25 (5 Sessions)West Cumberland Community Hall 9-9:45amFee: $35 res / $45 non-res per sessionKiddie Gym!Program Coordinator: Devon GalvenKiddie Gym is the perfect way for your toddler tobeat the winter boredom blues. We will have multipleactivity sites including mats for tumbling, and a widevariety of balls and other games!All toddlers must be accompanied by a “participating”adult. This program is not structured, but rather anopportunity for a change of scenery and some “newtoys” and “friends” to play with!!Location: West Cumberland Community HallWhen: Wednesday & Friday, 9-11amFee: $2/ toddler per visitKiddie Gym will be closed on days that school is notin sessionPlay On!Instructor: Johna KingGrade Level K-3Come enjoy an afternoon of structured play. Thisprogram will offer opportunities for collaborative playwhere sharing, turn taking and respectful exchangeamong children is promoted. Play themes will includedramatic play, building, games and more. A fun andenjoyable way to meet new friends and spend a winterafternoon.Mondays 3:15-4:30January 7th-March 4th (No class Jan 21 & Feb 18)Meet in Mrs Johna King’s RoomFee $70Max 20 children per sessionQuestions? Call Us • 829-220823


Youth EnrichmentYoga For KidsInstructor: Jennifer KameishaAges K-3Join us for an engaging and fun Yoga class designedwith active kids in mind. Through the use of games,music, props, stories and teamwork, we will learnYoga poses, partner poses and breathing exercises ina kid friendly environment. Yoga helps with balance,focus, flexibility and strength as well as relaxation andrejuvenation. Limited to 18.Jan 10-March 7 (No Class Feb 21)Thursdays 3:15 - 4:30Meet in Mrs. Kameisha’s classroom - Wilson SchoolFee: $80Root for ME!Come Join the Fun!This exciting and successful program is designed topromote recreation and socialization for kids andfamilies with special needs. Root for ME! will holdan open gym every Saturday geared to accommodateall levels of participation, grades K-12. This event isnot limited to kids with special needs, as friends andsiblings are encouraged to participate as well. Parentsor adult supports must accompany children. Opento residents of all area communities. Visit us onFacebook to view our calendar of events.Saturdays Ongoing!10-11:30am, Drop-In anytime, no commitmentnecessaryMabel I. Wilson GymRootforme1@yahoo.com for more informationThere is no fee for this program.No Program, Dec 15-29th, Jan 19th & Feb 16thMad Science ProgramsThe world’s leading FUN science providerMad Science StaffFor children in Grades K-3Session 3: Marvels of ScienceProgram Descriptions: Has your mom ever toldyou that you have a big appetite? If so, then we inviteyou to “Take a Bite Out of Science” in this indulgingafterschool program that will leave you full ofinquiry and hungry for more science! In this sampler“course”, students discover the gravity-defying abilitiesof magnets, blend colors to produce white light,experiment with non-newtonian fluid, investigatethermodynamics, build a density stacker, and conductan ink separation investigation. Whether you arescience savory, spicy, or sweet, this class is sure tosatisfy all appetites and cravings!Classes:Che-mysteryUnder PressureHarnessing HeatWacky WavesMagnetic MagicLights, Color, Action!Mondays, January 28-March 11 (No Class Feb 18)Wilson Art Room 3:30–4:30pmFee: $70res/ $80 non-res24


Youth EnrichmentDrum Clinic with ProfessionalDrummer Chris WilkesHere is your chance to see a professional drummerand educator up close and personal! Join us for anafternoon filled with live drum set performances,educational segments, Q & A, and insight on not onlywhat it takes to be a successful drummer, but a successfulmusician! Please visit www.chriswilkesmusic.com to find out more about Chris and his career as adrummer.Saturday, January 26thMabel I. Wilson School 3-4:30pmFee: $3 (Payable at the door)“Little Stars” Film Workshop(Grades K-5)Instructors: Shayne Gifford & Jennifer GiffordACTION!! Come join the crew that just won “BestYouth Film” at the Portland Film Festival! Learn FilmTerms, Camera Basics, Editing Basics, Green Screen,Special Effects, Casting, Auditioning, Story Boarding,Lighting, On Location Shooting, Directing and moreall while you build Creative Thinking, Confidence,Self-Esteem, Speaking and Acting Skills throughMovement, Improv, Voice, and Characters!This creative journey will culminate in copy & crediton a Film Project. Please bring a lunch and wear nonlogo/ brand clothing and bring 2 outfit options.Saturday February 2 (2/9 Snow Date)MIW MPR9am-3pm$70 res/ $80 non-resNEW!Cumberland/ N. Yarmouth Recreation would liketo thank all of our CNY United volunteer fall soccercoaches. Our program would not exist without youreffort and support!Dirk AshermanPete BinghamRich CampbellGeorge CollinsCarmen CoyneJim DuschBill FlynnJim GustafsonBethany HanleyDan KanyStephanie MacDonaldKevin MasseyRachel MillsSusan Penza-ClyveJen PiesikDeb PronovostAnne RobbinsJim SaffianBob TaylorChuck ToddGail WilesDave WinchesterJeff BennertNeil BoaterCarl CarlsonClint CourtneyTom DeanPeter EkowickiAmy GautschiBill GoodmanJim HanleyBeth LambersonMichael MadoreRay MedranoKara MorrisonLeigh PhilbrickMark PiesikJeff ReadSarah RussellTodd SharpDon ThompsonJohn TysonRachel Williams-CliffordAND ELIZA MILLERQuestions? Call Us • 829-220825


Youth EnrichmentWinter Dance Programs@ Cumberland/N.Yarmouth RecreationPre-School “Spinning Sprouts”with Portland Music & DanceAcademyFor children ages 3-5 & not enrolled inKindergartenInformation about class:Come explore the art of dance with PMDA in ourSpinning Sprouts Class! Your dancer will be taughtbasic ballet, basic tap, and creative movement steps.Each class will incorporate music, props, group andpartner dancing, and individual attention. Danceencourages self confidence, balance, and coordinationto aid in the development of your child. All sproutsare welcome!Requirements:Each student will need to bring a pair of socks orflexible shoes and dress shoes (for tap technique) toevery class. Ballet and tap shoes are recommended,but not required. Please send your dancer incomfortable clothes they can move in. No jeansplease.Dates & Times: Tuesdays 3:45-4:25pm 1/22, 1/29,2/5, 2/12, 2/26, 3/5Location: West Cumberland Community HallAges: 3-5 years*All dancers must be potty-trained.Leader: Julie Akers, Dance Director of PortlandMusic & Dance AcademyFees: 6 week session: $50Min/Max: 6/12“Fusion Dance Class”with Portland Music & Dance AcademyFor Children in Grades K-2nd GradeInformation about class:Come explore the art of dance with PMDA in ourFusion Dance Class! Your dancer will be taught avariety of dance techniques such as: ballet, tap, jazz,and hip hop. Each class will incorporate music, props,group and partner dancing, and individual attention.Dance encourages self confidence, balance, andcoordination to aid in the development of your child.All levels are welcome!Requirements:Each student will need to bring a pair of socks orflexible shoes and dress shoes (for tap technique) toevery class. Ballet and tap shoes are recommended,but not required. Please send your dancer incomfortable clothes they can move in. No jeansplease.Dates & Times: Tuesdays 4:35-5:30pm 1/22, 1/29,2/5, 2/12, 2/26, 3/5Location: West Cumberland Community HallAges: K-2nd gradeLeader: Julie Akers, Dance Director of PortlandMusic & Dance AcademyFees: 6 week session: $50Min/Max: 6/1526www.cumberlandmaine.com


Summer 2013 InfoMagic Dragon Pre-School Day CampDirectors: Kathy Lewis & Heather TaylerLocation: Mabel I. Wilson SchoolLimited enrollment. Sign up early!2013 Camp Dates: June 24th- August 9th(No Camp Week of July 1-5)We will begin accepting Registrations onMonday, April 8thThis is a play-oriented program designed to meet theneeds of pre-kindergarten 4 and 5 year olds. A variety ofdevelopmentally appropriate activities will be offered in thefollowing areas: art, music, dramatic play, language arts,science as well as fine and gross motor activities. Each weekthe campers will take a field trip on a school bus, generallyon Thursday mornings. This camp is a wonderful way foryour child to get acclimated to Wilson School! Childrenshould bring a snack each day- no breakable containers,please! Note: Children must be 4 years old prior to June 01,2013 (No exceptions)Middle School SummerAdventure Camp 2012Director: Ben BettezParticipants Entering Grades 6, 7, 8 (Fall 2013)2013 Camp Dates: June 24th- August 9th(7 Weeks)We will begin accepting Registrations on Monday, April8thThe Middle School Summer Adventure program isdesigned specifically for middle school youth. Thisprogram will take three field trips weekly (Mon, Wed, Fri)and be on-site (GHS) on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Fieldtrips will range from area amusement parks, hiking, rafting,kayaking to beach days. General hours for camp will be9:00am – 4:00pm; some field trips will have extendedhours. (i.e. bus leaving at 8:00am and returning at4:30pm). No discountsBefore & After Care WILL be available at NO additionalcost (Before/After Care will be held at GMS)Summer Adventure Day CampDirectors: Erin Bjorkdahl & Heather GeoghanLocation: Greely Middle School(Grades Entering 1st-5th in Fall 2013)2013 Camp Dates: June 24th- August 9th(7 Weeks)We will begin accepting Registrations onMonday, April 8th(One Beach & One Field Trip Per Week*)*Weather PermittingDay camp themes will concentrate on activities andsocialization for youth grades 1-5. On “Home Days”(M, W, F) structured activities are arts & crafts, games,drama sports and swimming. Tuesdays & Thursdays arescheduled TRIP DAYS.The afternoon schedule consists of swimming, games,special activities, and theme events. Campers are dividedin to three groups, according to your child’s grade for theupcoming school year (Fall 2012). Camp hours are from9am–4pm. Before & After Care is available at NO EXTRAFEE from 7:30-9am & 4-5:30pm dailyGrade 1 (Juniors)Grades 2 & 3 (Middlers)Grades 4 & 5 (Seniors)Trails by Luminary Light:Winter Family Fun night at Twin BrookTwin Brook Recreation Facility Red ShelterBuildingSaturday January 26, 2013 5-7pmFee: NO Fee for this ProgramJoin us at Twin Brook for an evening of crosscountry skiing, snowshoeing and winter hikingalong a luminary lit trail. Families are invitedto warm up around the campfire and cheeron the kids as they search for ‘coal’ in a wintertreasure hunt. A limited supply of snowshoeequipment will be on hand for demos.Hot drinks and snacks will be available forpurchase. This is a free community event.Questions? Call Us • 829-220827


Val Halla2013 at Val Halla Golf and Recreation Center• Our “OPEN HOUSE” will be Saturday, April 13TH from 10:00 AM-2:00 PM in the BanquetCenter.• Cumberland Residents who join Val Halla will receive a “Cumberland Membership Credit” for$100 (Couples will receive $200) which may be used on guest fees, range balls and/or riding carts.The credit will be issued in the Spring and will be administered via the Pro Shop.• What’s “in the works” for 2013 at Val Halla…• 10-play pass with handicap services (GHIN; meets the MSGA weekend tournamentrequirements to play in their events);• New forward green tees (modeled after the PGA’s Tee-It-Forward program);• Family Golf Saturday’s and Cumberland Resident Golf Sunday’s!• Family Golf Membership. If you are thinking of a Family Membership, please callBrian at 829-2225 x2. Every situation is different. We will work with you to get theentire family golfing!• Membership benefits include…unlimited golfing privileges; 10-day advance tee time opportunity;guest rate discount of 25%; reduced riding cart rentals; member-only tournaments, leagues andevents (upon joining the VHGA for $35); a “risk free” membership guarantee; reciprocal withRiverside GC ($25 includes a riding cart).Membership Rates2013 Rates *CumberlandMember CreditOther RatesResident/Non-ResidentSingle Membership $980 $100 10-Play (9 hole) $180/$216’Weekday-Only’ Membership $880 $100 10-Play (18 holes) $270/$297Couple Membership Call 829-2225 x2 $200 10-Play (9 hole) with $190/$226GHIN**Family Membership Call 829-2225 x2 $100-$200 10-Play (18 holes) $290/$317with GHIN**Men’s & Ladies’ League Only $299 Weekday 9 holes $20/$25Corporate Membership $2,800 Weekday 18 holes $30/$33Junior – MSAD 51 Membership $325 Twilight Rate – $16/$204:30 pmJunior – Non-MSAD 51 Mbr. $349 Senior & Junior 9 $15/$20holesCollege Membership $399 Ladies Day 9 holes $15/$20Seasonal Cart (Members Only) $499 Non-Member Riding $12/$18Cart 9/18 holes**10-play with GHIN is MSGA event recognized for tourney play but not VHGA recognized for tourney play.For more information or to REGISTER ON-LINE, please visit our website at www.valhallagolf.com.28www.cumberlandmaine.com


Bulletin Board3rd Annual RecreationDepartment/Greely PTOMemorial Day 5k & Fun RunThe 3rd Annual Memorial Day 5k & Fun run willtake place on Monday, May 27th 2013 at Greely HighSchool. The “Fun Run” (ages 12 & under) will startat 8am on the Greely Track. The 5k Race will start at8:30am on Main St.Please see Recreation Dept website www.cumberlandmaine.com for more race information laterin JanuaryCumberland/North YarmouthRecreationAfter School Program & MIW/NYMSThe Recreation Department currently has limitedopenings for both the NYMS & MIW After SchoolPrograms. Please contact Peter Bingham pbingham@cumberlandmaine.com for more informationSummer 2013Employment OpportunitiesThere will be a limited number of openings for summerpositions with Cumberland Recreation.Please check our website for more information afterMarch 4th, 2013www.cumberlandmaine.comSeacoast Swim ClubAges 7-18Join the club with a team atmosphere! SeacoastSwim Club is a co-ed team based at the Greely HighSchool pool and is gearing up for our WINTER/SPRING session. As a member you will improve yourcompetitive swim strokes and have opportunities tocompete at swim meets throughout the state. Newmembers must be able to swim one length of the poolwith proper rotary breathing and one length backstroke.Coach will establish ability level and correspondingpractice group.For More Information on Seacoast Swim Club, pleasevisit the Seacoast website www.seacoastswimclub.orgDiscount Movie TicketsDiscounted Movie Passes are now available for thenew Nordica Theatre at Freeport Village Station.Purchase your movie ticket vouchers at the recreationoffice and save $2 off the box office price ($9.00) with norestrictions on new release films.Parents, this is a great way to get away from the stressesin life and to spend some time together. These are agreat gift idea for teens, babysitters, paper carriers etc.You may purchase your passes at the CumberlandRecreation office during regular business hours.Passes are $7.00 each and valid for all films*.*3.50 additional charge on all 3-D films.Adult Basketball 30 & OverOpen gym time is available for those who wish toparticipate in a pick-up game. This is an on-goingprogram; no need to register.Sundays 7:00–9pm @ GHSWednesdays 7:30–9pm @GMSFee: $2 per visitMen’s Pickup Indoor SoccerSunday mornings an indoor soccer program is opento the community at the Greely High School Gym.7:30-10amEmail Bob Wood @ BWoodJr@maine.rr.comQuestions? Call Us • 829-220829


Course Registration FormParticipant First Name Last Name GenderStreet Address City ZipHome Phone Work Phone CellChild’s Age Date of Birth Grade (Current)Parent’s NameMedical Concerns/Medication/Special NeedsE-MailEmergency Contact Emergency Phone Relationship to ParticipantParent’s Signature (for youth program)In consideration of my [and/or my child(s)] participation in this activity, I hereby release and discharge the Town of Cumberland, and its representatives, successors, andassigns, from any and all liability arising from accident, injury, and illness that I (he/she) may suffer as a result of my (our) participation in this activity. I (we) also willfollow the rules and regulations set by the Town of Cumberland and above named parties. I understand that the Town of Cumberland may take pictures or video of thisprogram for promotional purposes. Parent or guardian must sign for anyone age 18 and under.Course NameFeeCourse NameFeeCredit Card Number Exp Date: 3 Digit Code:Course Registration FormParticipant First Name Last Name GenderStreet Address City ZipHome Phone Work Phone CellChild’s Age Date of Birth Grade (Current)Parent’s NameE-MailMedical Concerns/Medication/Special NeedsEmergency Contact Emergency Phone Relationship to ParticipantParent’s Signature (for youth program)In consideration of my [and/or my child(s)] participation in this activity, I hereby release and discharge the Town of Cumberland, and its representatives, successors, andassigns, from any and all liability arising from accident, injury, and illness that I (he/she) may suffer as a result of my (our) participation in this activity. I (we) also willfollow the rules and regulations set by the Town of Cumberland and above named parties. I understand that the Town of Cumberland may take pictures or video of thisprogram for promotional purposes. Parent or guardian must sign for anyone age 18 and under.Course NameFeeCourse NameFeeCredit Card Number Exp Date: 3 Digit Code:31


PRST STDU.S. PostagePaidPortland, MEPermit #380CumberlandNo. YarmouthCommunity Education & Recreation290 Tuttle RoadCumberland, ME 04021Don’t Delay!Register EarlyQuestions? Call Us • 829-2208Need Gift Ideas?Purchase A Gift Certificate for aClass , Program or Movie TicketsLike our Facebook page!facebook.com/cnyrecreationwww.cumberlandmaine.comComing Soon ! Summer 2013 !Summer Camps and Programs(Tent.)Kick off the Summer with K & KCamp*June 17th-21st (Camp will begin theday after school lets out)Ranger Soccer CampJune 17th-21stRanger Soccer Clinics ProgramJune 24-July 26th (M, W, F)Boys & Girls Ranger BasketballCampsJune 24th-28thT-Ball Fun Games Program (ages 4& 5)June 25-July 11th (Tues & ThursEvenings)Swim LessonsMultiple sessions to choose fromMad Science CampsJuly 8th-12thJuly 29th-Aug 2ndCommunity Theatre(Children & Adults)Late June through August w/finalperformancePre School Dance CampJuly 8th-12thNEW!Field Hockey CampTBA(full &half day)Golf and Tennis Camp- (3 sessions)Full or half day optionsTBATennis Camp (2 sessions)TBADance CampJuly 15-19Lacrosse CampJuly 22nd-26thArt CampTBAMommy & Me Movement Classes(ages 4mo-3yrs)TBA“Book Cook & Craft Camp”Aug. 12th – 16th 9am-3pm(Instructor: Theresa Cameron-Raymond)Challenger Soccer CampAug. 12th – 16th 9am-4pm or9-noonALL Sports CampAug. 19th – 23rd 9am-12:30pm,1-4pm or 9am-4pmAND MUCH, MUCH MORETO COME!NEW!

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