TRESCOTT — The Cobscook Community Learning Center is offering four courses, three of which will occur in the new educational building of the expanded campus.
University of Maine at Machias graduate Michael Giudilli will present a hunter safety course on Oct. 17 and 27. He is a teacher in the Cobscook Experiential School Program and is an avid outdoor enthusiast with certified knowledge of emergency medical care.
A lecture on the archaeology of Cobscook Bay and the Maine Midden Minders Project will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 18. Presenters are Alice Kelley and Bonnie Newsom of the University of Maine, Arthur Anderson of the University of New England and Gabe Hrynick of the University of New Brunswick.
Lifetime Lubec resident and third-generation mechanic Shelley Corey Tinker will offer a course on understanding your car. Designed for women, it will include both indoor and outdoor components and provide an overview of the internal combustion engine and major systems. The goal of this class is to give participants confidence when conversing with service providers and troubleshooting.
A seven-week pottery course will be offered in November and December with professional potter Michelle Cousineau as instructor. Designed for beginners through advanced students, the class will cover production techniques, decorating and glazing.
For more information or to register, call 733-2233 or visit www.thecclc.org/classes-workshops.