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  • "Camp Night" Partner Painting

    Enjoy a fun “paint date” for you and your partner aged 10+. Experience a fun and relaxing environment with the challenge of a class guided by a professional artist. Each individual will work on a different side of a canvas at the same time with a partner. When the two sides join at the end of class, you will have one complete artwork. (All art supplies are provided.)
  • 10 Secrets & Tips for Successfully Buying a Home or Investment Property

    Learn how to be more successful when acquiring real estate by understanding the purchase agreement, strategies for getting your offer accepted in multiple offers, and different ways to cover closing costs and mortgage insurance. We explore Twin Cities housing market data, an overview of loan programs- including a loan for escrowing improvements, appraisal issues affecting a home sale, and small things to improve your chances of selling your property. Making updates such as paint, carpet, light fixtures, and de-cluttering. An opportunity for a no obligation price evaluation of your home by the instructor is included with class tuition.
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    30 minute Private Lessons (String, piano, voice, etc.) with Michelle Dunkirk Summer Session

    Summer session lessons will be held in person at Red Rock on Tuesdays and Wednesdays beginning in June and run through August. Michelle Dunkirk is a certified and licensed music instructor with over 20 years experience.She received her Bachelors of Music on a full vocal scholarship at the U of E, Indiana, majoring in string technique, piano and voice and has played in orchestras for over 14 years including the U of M Concert Orchestra, Minnesota Opera and has also studied with the teachers of the Julliard School of Music. Her experience also includes several years of playing in dozens of bands, performing solo and in ensembles locally and internationally.She's performed on the acoustic and electric violin, guitar, mandolin, drums, flute, keyboards and lead vocals. Dunkirk was former CEO and owner of Total Music Systems rental and recording studio which rents music equipment to national recording artists in major entertainment venues. She also spent six years as orchestra director at the Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson, Wisc. Michelle has produced and recorded three CD's of original music, one of which was nominated for a music award.She has recently completed recording a commercial for RedLine hockey sticks where she wrote, produced and performed the music. Besides all of her accomplishments, Michelle's true passion is teaching music. She works best with students who have some previous music experience.
  • 30/30 Zumba (Includes Zumba Toning)

    Join us for this hybrid class that combines 30 minutes of Zumba® Fitness followed by 30 minutes of Zumba Toning. It features dance-fitness movements inspired by Latin, international and pop/hip hop music meant to get your heart rate up and warm up your muscles. Then, Zumba Toning incorporates weighted toning sticks or light hand weights (no more than 3lbs each)to your Zumba workout. They function like dumbbells and act as resistance weights to help you tone and sculpt your muscles. Note: You must provide your own weights/toning sticks for class
  • 30/30 Zumba (Includes Zumba Toning)

    Join us for this hybrid class that combines 30 minutes of Zumba® Fitness followed by 30 minutes of Zumba Toning. It features dance-fitness movements inspired by Latin, international and pop/hip hop music meant to get your heart rate up and warm up your muscles. Then, Zumba Toning incorporates weighted toning sticks or light hand weights (no more than 3lbs each)to your Zumba workout. They function like dumbbells and act as resistance weights to help you tone and sculpt your muscles. Note: You must provide your own weights/toning sticks for class
  • 3D Engineering: Architectural & Structural Design

    Bring your imagination to life. Become a master bricklayer and use our special architectural LEGO® kits to build your creations. Be an architect as you learn the principles of construction. The main goal of the course is to introduce the concept of 3-dimensions and their role in design. Students will construct buildings, structures, towers, castles, and more within teams. Students will learn construction principles and use math skills to experiment with scale and size, staggering vs. stacking bricks, and more. We'll build houses with removable roofs, castles with turrets, and towers of strength! It might just be impossible to exhaust the creative potential of LEGO® bricks. With an active imagination as your guide, there are endless possibilities. Students will be working in pairs
  • 3D Printing: Jewelry Fabrication & Arts

    Bring your creations to life in this 3D printing class. The ancient craft of jewelry making is brought to the modern world using TinkerCad and 3D printers. Students will learn to build 2D and 3D models on the computer using CAD software. They will design and print a pair of earrings, a ring, or a pendant in this class. Additionally, they will get to bring home two of their 3D creations. Printing and material fees are included
  • 500 Card Game - Daytime (50+)

    Whether you have been playing 500 with this Community Ed group for years or are new to it, 500 is an easy way to get connected. This popular group averages 20 - 40 people. Come and join the fun!
  • ADVANCED DRAWING - ANIME With Kidcreate Studio

    In this advanced drawing class designed especially for older kids, we’ll explore the exciting world of Anime! Artists will fine-tune their drawing skills as they master techniques and draw popular characters like Egg Gudetama (Lazy Egg Yolk), Totoro, and more! We’ll even paint our own anime-style self-portraits on real canvas boards. This class is perfect for anyone who wants to fine-tune their drawing skills.
  • Abrakadoodle "I Love to Draw" Drawing Camp

    Want to move your drawing skills to the next level? Then come join us for this fun drawing camp. Your confidence in your drawing ability will grow as you learn new drawing techniques that will bring your art to life. Learn to draw animals, create a beautiful landscape, draw 3D geometric shapes, and learn about perspective, horizon lines and how to draw using simple shapes.
  • Abrakadoodle Adventures in Art

    Sample lots of different kinds of art in this fun and creative camp. We’ll use paper mâché, clay, canvas, chalk, paint and more to create some fabulous art. Make a colorful paper mâché donut, sculpt some silly snails, learn how to make prints with your own print plate, paint a canvas, and more. Register early, this camp is sure to fill quickly
  • Abrakadoodle Cartoons, Clay and Crafts

    Do you like to make cool crafts? Sculpt with clay? Draw cartoons? Then you should join us for this creative camp. We’ll sculpt a pink piggie and a tiny turtle, learn to draw cartoons, create a comic strip, make cute cactus in painted clay pots, a paper mâché bowl, and have tons of fun.
  • Abrakadoodle Fabulous Fashionista's Art Camp

    Design fabulous fashions and things for your room using paint, tissue paper, canvas, clay, yarn and more. We’ll make a fancy headband, clay pendants, a colorful decoupage bracelet, a funny hat and paint a colorful canvas for your room. We’ll even learn to weave. Invite your family to a fashion show on the last day to show off your creations.
  • Acrylic Pouring: Beach Wave

    Join us for a fun evening learning how to create fun and easy fluid art. Instead of paint brushes, we will use gravity to move the paint and learn different techniques to create two ocean inspired pours. It's a lot of fun (and somewhat addicting!) and a great way to spark your creative energy. You will create two 8”x8” canvases and transport home in a provided tray. Your final piece will change during transportation and when it is completely dry.
  • Adult 50+ Monthly Potluck Sign Up

    Please sign up and let us know what you are bringing. Feel free to bring a main dish (outlets are available to plug in a crock pot), side dish, or dessert. Community Ed will provide coffee, water, plates, napkins and plasticware.
  • Adult 50+ Senior Activities Membership for 2023-2024

    SoWashCo Community Education offers a variety of activities, trips, resources and educational programming for adults age 50+ in a welcoming environment where social engagement thrives. Are you recently retired and missing your network of co-workers? New to the area? Love to play games? Take local trips? Meet new friends? Stay fit? Learn new skills or develop a hobby? Our Adults 50+ programming is designed to meet the social, educational, health and human service needs of people 50 and over. Join us for an exciting lineup of weekly activities. Whether you're interested in Bingo, Bunco, 500, Farkle, Lighten Up, Mah Jongg, Book Club, Mexican Train Dominoes, Hand & Foot or one of our support groups such as our Diabetes Support Group, your membership allows you to attend as much as you want ... all at no cost. Membership is only $15/year! That means it's just 32 cents per week or 7 cents per day to participate! And if the $15 is still a hardship, let us know. No one will be turned away due to finances. So whether you are ready to play a game of cards, discuss a book, exercise, or attend local trips and tours, there is something for you at SoWashCo Community Education.
  • Adult Spanish Conversation ~ ¡Vamos a charlar! Let’s chat! – LIVE VIRTUAL

    Are you seeking opportunities to practice speaking Spanish? If so, this is the class for you! Instructors will engage participants each week with real-life conversation scenarios to encourage chatting and conversation. Conversation topics include 'un poco de todo' a little of everything and everyday Spanish. In this dynamic and hands-on class, participants will practice useful Spanish vocabulary and conversation components that can be applied to the home, workplace, travel, leisure, etc. Start speaking Spanish today! Open to new and previous Spanish conversation participants. Basic computer experience and the ability to access zoom is required. Option 1~ for beginner level participants Option 2~ for intermediate and advanced level participants *Please choose the option that best describes your skill level to be placed with participants for matching level conversation abilities and practices. Your class confirmation email will include information on how you access this class online once the class has met the minimum enrollment. If you have not received this link 2 days prior, please call 651-425-6600.
  • Adult/Tween Paint Date: Spring Field

    A parent-child paint date is a fun and creative activity that allows parents and children to bond while exploring their artistic side together. In this type of class, parents and children work together to create a painting. The class is designed to be interactive and engaging, with the instructor providing step-by-step guidance on painting techniques and offering tips and tricks for parents and children to create a cohesive and beautiful painting. Each individual will work on a different side of a canvas at the same time with a partner. When the two sides join at the end of class, you will have one complete artwork. (All the art supplies are provided and the fee includes supplies for two people.)- Acrylic Studio Art
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    Advanced & Swimmer

    This course for ages 8-14 who have progressed to the Advanced or Swimmer course. Participant must be able to swim Front Crawl and Back stroke 50 yards, Elementary Backstroke and Sidestroke 25 yards, and Breaststroke 15 yards. Must be able to tread water 1 minute 30 seconds. Registration is due 1 week in advance of class start. Thereafter a late fee of $5.00 is added to the registration fee. Please call 425-6600 for class availability after online registration ends.
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    Advanced & Swimmer

    This course for ages 8-14 who have progressed to the Advanced or Swimmer course. Participant must be able to swim Front Crawl and Back stroke 50 yards, Elementary Backstroke and Sidestroke 25 yards, and Breaststroke 15 yards. Must be able to tread water 1 minute 30 seconds. Registration is due 1 week in advance of class start. Thereafter a late fee of $5.00 is added to the registration fee. Please call 425-6600 for class availability after online registration ends.
  • Advanced Watercolor Techniques With Kidcreate Studio

    Take your watercolor painting skills to new heights with our thrilling advanced art class! Dive into the world of watercolors and uncover exciting techniques that will truly elevate your artwork. This class is tailor-made for students who are ready to take their skills to the next level. As you explore different watercolor techniques, you'll have the opportunity to create breathtaking misty mountain landscapes, and a garden of mushrooms, and even unleash your inner creativity with whimsical doodle flowers.
  • Advantage ACT Prep Course Spring

    www.AdvantagePrep.net For the past 26 years, Advantage Educational Programs has benefited thousands of students in Minnesota by preparing them for the college entrance exams.Beginning soon, the Advantage will once again present its ACT Preparatory Course in more than forty high schools in Minneapolis/St. Paul and the surrounding area. These courses are designed for students who wish to improve their test-taking skills and improve their overall scores on the college entrance exams. Since 1988, on average, students who finish the course increase their scores significantly on the ACT (36 pt. total). The Advantage will provide an introduction to the ACT format with strategies for answering questions, as well as instruction for the specific subject areas tested. Focal points of the program include diagnostic testing, vocabulary development, intensive mathematical review, reading comprehension improvement, science reasoning, concentration improvement, overcoming test anxiety, essay writing, and time management. Make up classes are available. You may repeat the courses in future offerings - FREE OF CHARGE. Class materials are included in the tuition. Please call 651-425-6600 to receive your discount. For further information, please call Advantage Educational Programs at 612-222-5108, or visit their website at www.AdvantagePrep.net to view a complete schedule of all classes in Minnesota. For test site information or to register for the ACT exam, visit the ACT website at www.ACTstudent.org or call (319) 337-1270.
  • Advantage ACT Prep Course Summer

    www.AdvantagePrep.net For the past 26 years, Advantage Educational Programs has benefited thousands of students in Minnesota by preparing them for the college entrance exams.Beginning soon, the Advantage will once again present its ACT Preparatory Course in more than forty high schools in Minneapolis/St. Paul and the surrounding area. These courses are designed for students who wish to improve their test-taking skills and improve their overall scores on the college entrance exams. Since 1988, on average, students who finish the course increase their scores significantly on the ACT (36 pt. total). The Advantage will provide an introduction to the ACT format with strategies for answering questions, as well as instruction for the specific subject areas tested. Focal points of the program include diagnostic testing, vocabulary development, intensive mathematical review, reading comprehension improvement, science reasoning, concentration improvement, overcoming test anxiety, essay writing, and time management. Make up classes are available. You may repeat the courses in future offerings - FREE OF CHARGE. Class materials are included in the tuition. Please call 651-425-6600 to receive your discount. For further information, please call Advantage Educational Programs at 612-222-5108, or visit their website at www.AdvantagePrep.net to view a complete schedule of all classes in Minnesota. For test site information or to register for the ACT exam, visit the ACT website at www.ACTstudent.org or call (319) 337-1270.
  • After School Hispanic Culture Club

    Rowen and Daniel are high school students who are in the Spanish Immersion program. As part of their final capstone project, they are excited to teach younger immersion students about hispanic culture. Join them and learn about the cultures as they show you slides, teach some games and give you an opportunity learn about the different foods. Each week they will be talking about a different culture. Sign up for one week or all 8 Fridays. Don't miss this fun free after school club and the opportunity to learn about all the different hispanic cultures.
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