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FARMINGTON – Here are some of the upcoming Franklin County Adult Education courses available on Zoom. Call 207-778-3460 for more information or register online. All courses offered can be found at

Circle of Safety Parenting with Mark Rains. Cost: $ 40 – This is a facilitated group through Zoom where parents learn to provide a safe base for their children (ages 0-5) to explore the world, learn rules, express feelings, and come back to support. Parents learn how, if possible and when necessary, to follow their child’s example to be “bigger, stronger, wiser, and kind” without becoming mean, weak, unavailable, or complicated by past stress. FMI: This course is planned for Wednesdays from 6pm to 7.30pm from 2 / 24-4 / 421 or Thursday from 9-10: 30am from 2/25 to 4/15/21

Writing fiction and non-fiction with Thomas Kane. Cost: $ 45 – Whether you’re working on your first novel or your latest magazine article, you know that feedback is one of the most valuable things a writer can have. Another reason is the support. This workshop offers both, along with seminars on topics such as finding inspiration, doing research, organizing your own ideas, using powerful words and reaching out to publishers. The group leader, Dr. Thomas M. Kane, has published 27 books and has extensive experience teaching writing. Starts February 23 and runs on Tuesdays from February 23 to March 30 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

PiYo with Charlee Briggs. Cost: $ 45 – Who says you have to jump, grunt, exert yourself, and punish your body to get amazing results from your workouts? Not with PiYo! This class combines the muscle-building, core toning benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility benefits of yoga. We’re speeding up to deliver a real fat burning workout that will make your body look long, lean and incredibly defined. Suitable for all levels! Runs Mondays from February 22nd to March 29th from 6pm to 7pm

Build better health with Alice Miller’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP). Cost: Free – Together we learn about nutrition, food safety, saving money in the supermarket, planning meals and bringing more physical activity into your family day. Each class builds on the previous lessons. After attending all four classes, attendees will receive a $ 10 Hannaford Gift Card and will have the knowledge and skills necessary to lead a healthy lifestyle. Starts Wednesday March 3 through March 24, 3pm to 5pm

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