In a day and age of cynicism and hyper partisanship, the story of Hubert Humphrey can teach us a great deal about what is possible and how to stand for principle and reach across the aisle, regardless of party.
While it might not seem like it as you are being bitten by mosquitoes while trying to weed the garden, insect populations are declining globally. Frank Drummond will explain what is happening and the impact it will have on us.
Maine Seniors may have fond or even vivid memories of their elementary and high school experiences. For many that’s seventy or more years ago, and today’s student is experiencing a vastly different education world. We’ll review major changes over that time span and highlight important events that have influenced how Maine students take instruction in the 21st century.
Why are some photographs better than others? The secret is understanding the rules of composition. In this hour-long Zoom class, photographer Elise Klysa will review these “rules” and demonstrate how adjustments in composition can move your photos from good to great.