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  • Code Championship Tournament Series | Virtual Computer Coding Competition

    Build a computer bot to play head-to-head against other coders! Whether this is your first Code Championship event, or if you've been competing for years, this is the perfect way to explore the competitive coding world of Code Championship. No previous coding experience necessary. The Fall 2022 Code Championship Series is a series of six tournaments in six weeks (it's ok to miss one or two). These tournaments will be hosted online using Google Meet and the Code Championship website. If you have a modern browser like Chrome or Firefox, no additional download is required. Please come knowing how to navigate the internet (basic typing and mouse control). The link to the Google Meet event will be emailed two days before the tournament.
  • 3D Printing & CAD

    New Projects this semester! This 3D printing camp takes students through the 3D printing proces from start to finish. Students will design 3D objects using TinkerCAD (an online web app), and use the 3D slicing program Cura to bring their creations to life. This course serves as an excellent introduction to 3D printing and is ideal for students who like to draw, design, imagine and see their creations come to life. Students will be designing 1-2 objects, and the 3D print will be mailed home. No experience is necessary, but familiarity with doing common tasks using a computer and keyboarding is required. Fees listed include printing fee for one project. Technical Requirement: Computer: PC (Windows XP or later) or Mac (OSX) with at least a 2GHz processor and 4GB of RAM Internet: Broadband internet Webcam Microphone and Speakers Google Meet
  • Minecraft Mod Development: Amour

    Learn to make Java mods for Minecraft Java Edition Minecraft using MCreator. Customize your gaming experience! MCreator is a great tool to learn Minecraft modding and to learn concepts of software programming. Students should be comfortable with keyboarding, and, of course, playing Minecraft! At the end of the class, take home your Mods to share with family and friends. Technical Requirement: Computer: PC (Windows XP or later) or Mac (OSX) with at least a 2GHz processor and 4GB of RAM Internet: Broadband internet Webcam Microphone and Speakers Google Meet Additional Technical Requirement: ? Minecraft Java Edition ? PC only will not work on Apple, Mac, Chromebook, tablets, or phones. ? Mcreator - free downloadable software This must be downloaded and installed before class.
  • Serenity Farm Horse Camp

    Offered for kids ages 6-12, Spark Equestrian’s day camps at Serenity Farm teach kids the basics of horse care, grooming, and riding. Our indoor arena and barn are heated to about 50 degrees in the winter. Kids should provide their own lunch and wear long pants with close-toed shoes. It is recommended to dress in multiple layers as we will be both inside and outside (mostly inside, though!). Drop off is at 9 AM and pick up is at 2 PM. We will provide the rest! Please be sure to fill out and bring the waiver form and bring it to camp.
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    Golf Squad - Elementary Level

    Golf Squad Elementary Golf Squad (1st-5th) is for children ages 6+ (depending on reading ability, maturity, and/or dismissal times) and is offered during your school’s Fall/Winter/Spring Semesters. It is a six week, after school club that meets once a week for an hour with a golf industry professional. All participating families receive weekly emails detailing what students will be doing and learning in class. All class essentials are provided (Golf Squad Handbooks, training equipment, ALL golf clubs, etc.). Each student receives Golf Squad Handbooks and Golf Squad visor to keep. Simply show up and enjoy classes! For more information please go to www.golfsquad.com Course # C140 - Bailey Course # C141 - Liberty Ridge Course # C142 - Grey Cloud Course # C143 - Valley Crossing (due to other gym conflicts, the Valley Crossing session will be held on 4 dates instead of 6 and meet for 1.5 hours per day)
  • Fencing 1.1 Fall

    Join this fast growing Olympic sport. Each {YEL!} fencing class follows four basic components: •Teach It!…Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum. •Practice It!…Students pair up and practice the fencing move or concept, rotate partners and repeat. •Move It!…Students then participate in fencing matches using only the moves taught so far. •Play It!…10-15 minutes each class students fence with multiple fencers at their skill level. All equipment provided. Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}. Fencing: https://youtu.be/TXI3HNufCOo
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    Fencing 1.3 Fall

    New and returning students invited! Join this fast growing Olympic sport. Each {YEL!} fencing class follows four basic components: •Teach It!…Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum. •Practice It!…Students pair up and practice the fencing move or concept, rotate partners and repeat. •Move It!…Students then participate in fencing matches using only the moves taught so far. •Play It!…10-15 minutes each class students fence with multiple fencers at their skill level. All equipment provided. Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}. Fencing: https://youtu.be/TXI3HNufCOo
  • Transit Machines Young Engineers STEAM Program

    e2 Young Engineers is a European STEM and Robotics teaching provider which is taught across 50+ countries. Their programs are recognized by Harvard School of Education, European Union, New York State Schools and various other institutes as leaders in such education. They offer a problem and project-based learning program where students learn about new Robotics + STEM concepts in every class and applies those concepts by building operational machines and robots using their kits. Please visit our website for additional details: https://easttwincities.e2youngengineers.com/ In this session, your child will learn about STEAM concepts and will be challenged to build up to six (6) different motorized Engineering models using our building kits. Your child will learn about Gravity Force, Aviation principles, Power and Speed Gears, and Elastic energy. During the class, they will build working motorized models of Flying Man, SUV, Cars, Cable Car, Elevator and other.
  • Sensational Slime With Kidcreate Studios

    We think slime is sensational! Once you’ve mixed up a batch of our fabulous fluffy slime then tried your hand at our special Bubblegum-scented silly putty slime, we’re sure you’ll think slime is sensational too! Sorry, grown-ups; this class is for KIDS ONLY!!! Please pack a nut free snack and drink for your child.
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    Skyhawks Flag Football Camp

    Flag Football Camp Ages 5-11 Skyhawks Flag Football is the perfect program for young athletes who want a complete introduction to “America’s Game” or for those who simply want to brush up on their skills in preparation for league play. Through our “skill of the day” activities, campers will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or defensive positioning – all presented in a fun and positive environment. Skyhawks Flag Football is recommended for beginning to intermediate athletes. The week ends with the Skyhawks Super Bowl, giving participants a chance to showcase their skills on the gridiron!
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    Skyhawks 1st Down Tots Camp

    Flag Football Camp 1stDownTots: In this parent participation class we use a variety of fun games to teach basic football techniques including running control, passing, receiving and defense. C116 Ages 2 - 4 C118 Ages 2 - 4 C121 Ages 2 - 3 C122 Ages 3 - 4
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    Happy Feet Preschool Soccer

    Happy Feet is the premier early soccer development program, using imaginative play and play-to-learn concepts to teach real deceptive dribbling skills on the move. Our camp curriculum is designed to foster your child's development and creativity with more time spent on skill acquisition utilizing fun, engaging activities and finishing with a small sided scrimmage. For questions and/or to purchase a jersey, contact us at office@tchappyfeet.com. Little Toes: 2-3 years The little toes program uses a story tie with soccer ball approach to stimulate your children imagination while learning advance soccer skill development. This unique concept keeps kids captivated and entertained for every second of every happy feet class. Your child will love being the zookeepers, and showing the animals their soccer skills; blasting off to outer space with their Bobs and visiting all the planets; traveling around the world to visit countries and meeting new friends along the way. Every class is just as educational as it is fun. Big Toes: 4-5 years In this stage we introduce your child to key concepts & new skills, cooperation, & goal setting. Your child learns valuable lesson for all areas of life. All children have a soccer ball for maximum skill development. We make use of fun props & play more advanced games. The kids learn some of the most difficult skills & moves in soccer while having a blast. Your child will have fun & develop motor skills in a non-competitive way. Happy Feet Academy: 6-7 years Happy Feet Academy training transitions away from the songs and stories to a more traditional soccer environment. Each session involves creative soccer activities while advancing to the final progression of deceptive dribbling skills and gradually introducing manageable pressure to enhance skill development and decision making.
  • Vamos con la Familia Live Virtual

    Discover the Magic of SPANISH! In this eight-week LIVE virtual adventure, ¡Vamos con la Familia! (Let’s go with Family!), students learn adjectives, clothing, and family related vocabulary while delving into the Peruvian culture. Useful Spanish and traditional vocabulary taught with songs, games, and cultural activities make for a dynamic and educational class! Get a language head start today! (Space is limited.)
  • Household Pets

    Our students will be elated as we celebrate our cuddly friends in the new Household Pets workshop. We’ll get our feet wet on the first day of class as we draw a stylized aquarium graphic. The second day of class will be a colorful one as we learn to draw a detailed birdcage. The following day, we will explore the playful side of our animal friends in amusing cartoon images. The fourth day of class will see more realistic renderings of various household pets. And on the last day of class, we will create a wonderful pet-inspired, pastel illustration. Enroll today!
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    Intensive Sewing Camp

    In this camp we will be learning the basic knowledge about sewing and we will create two projects from scratch. We will be using hand and machine sewing techniques. All materials included.
  • Intensive Etiquette Camp

    This camp will emphasize respect for others and will teach children manners and etiquette with a fun, hands-on approach. Your child will learn social etiquette, proper introductions and fine dining skills. Topics to be covered will include: proper behavior at the table, conversation skills, polite behavior in public, and public speaking. Lunch demo last day of camp.
  • Encanto With Kidcreate Studios

    Can't stop singing We Don't Talk About Bruno?? We can't either!! Come join Mirabel, Isabella, Antonio and the rest of the Madrigals as we create magical projects inspired by the hit Disney movie Encanto. We'll use glitter, clay, paint and more as we create clay butterflies, magical bedroom doors, Colombian rainforest creatures, and so much more. This is your chance to be part of the Family Madrigal!
  • Babysitting

    Taught by a certified instructor, this course offers leadership, safety, basic care, and the business of babysitting, first aid for breathing and bleeding emergencies. This course is a must for novice and experienced babysitters. Students must attend all 6 hours of instruction. Class is open to both boys and girls. Cost includes handbook. Minimum age is 10.5 years.
  • The Comedic Actor

    Learn how to land the punch line and ace that comedic scene. This camp will explore the types of comedy used on the stage such as slap stick and parody and more. Actors will learn how to analyze a comedic script and perform a short showcase of comedic scenes to family on the last day. (This camp does not include a full length production)
  • Strega Nona: Creating a Story

    In this camp, express your creativity and explore storytelling and character building to devise your own play inspired by the classic children’s book “Strega Nona” by Tomie dePaola. What will your magic pot do? Students will be able to show their play to family on the last day of camp. (This camp does not include a full length production)
  • Into the Universe: Creative Play

    Be introduced to theatre by using your imagination to explore outer space! What will you find there? Aliens, new planets, stars? In this camp, students will learn theatre games, create visual art, and foster their creativity. (This camp does not include a production for friends and family).
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    Park Youth Wrestling Program

    PARK YOUTH WRESTLING PROGRAM: COST: $75 or $95 Please also make sure to mark child's date of birth and grade. WHERE: Park Senior High Wrestling Room - In the Activity Center. Beginner: This session will focus on the fundamental positions, movements, and a select few moves from each position in wrestling. This is for first-to-second time wrestlers in grades PreK-3. Returning wrestlers OR new wrestlers in fourth grade or higher, please refer to other session. T-shirts will be made available early in the season, and medals will be given out at the end of the session. Mondays/Wednesdays - Oct. 24 - Dec. 14 (Course # C200 - $75) For grades PreK-3. Intermediate and Advanced: This session will focus on intermediate-to-advanced techniques, conditioning, and live wrestling needed for youth wrestling competition. Wrestlers will be asked to compete in a number of team events, and require at least two years of experience, or one year plus and at least one session of Freestyle/Greco or other equivalent experience (or coaches discretion). Wrestlers competing in tournaments and team events will also need to obtain a USA Wrestling card through MNUSAWRESTLING.ORG Mondays - Wednesdays - Oct. 24 - Dec. 14 (Course # C201 - $95) For grades 1-6. ATTIRE: T-shirts, shorts or sweats, socks and wrestling shoes. ANY QUESTIONS: Call Ed Cortinas 612-868-4106, or Jim LaBrosse at 651-425-3966
  • Adult with Child Paint Night Fall Scene

    What a memory you and your child will have when you paint together. Our Parent/Child Art class is a special time for you to experience. This class we will be painting "Fall Evening". We will supply all the materials needed to create a masterpiece. A professional artist will guide you every step of the way. You will take home a special two piece canvas art along with your unforgettable memories.
  • Intro to Java Coding

    Students will be introduced to object-oriented programming and elements of the Java language while learning to code their text-based RPG (Roleplaying Game). No programming experience is necessary, but familiarity with common tasks using a computer operating system (text-editing and understanding directory structures) and good keyboarding skills is required. Technical Requirement: Computer: PC (Windows XP or later) or Mac (OSX) with at least a 2GHz processor and 4GB of RAM Internet: Broadband internet Webcam Microphone and Speakers Google Meet Additional Technical Requirement: BlueJay - Free PC Download