Chisago Lakes Community Education 2022-2023 Winter / Spring Brochure

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Message from our Director

Early Childhood Family Education

Ready for Kindergarten

Early Childhood Screening

Little Wildcats Preschool

Preschool Classes

Kids Club Youth Enrichment

Youth Recreation & Sports Youth Gymnastics

Daddy Daughter Dance Party Rentals

Adult General Interest

Adult Hobbies & Leisure

Adult Health, Fitness & Wellness

Forever Young Club

Aquatics

Wildcat Community Center

Special Events

Hello, and thank you for taking the time to look through our Winter 2023 Community Education Catalog. The staff at CLCE have worked hard to find and provide as many opportunities as possible for our community members aged from birth to 99+ We hope you'll find several classes that you'd like to take advantage of.

We continue to look for new and exciting ways to engage and offer our community opportunities to grow within their learning journeys Our staff continues to work hard to find ways to support the community in the areas of early childhood education, adult and youth enrichment, aquatics, fitness and more.

Do you have a talent you'd like to share? Reach out, let's chat. You'll find a community so supportive, glad to have you sharing your talents and thankful to have the opportunity of lifelong learning

We hope you enjoy our winter offerings and we encourage you to register for several classes. You'll be glad that you did!

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Staff Directory

Director

Dan McGonigle dmcgonigle@isd2144.org

Aquatics

Luke Weyandt lweyandt@isd2144.org

Drivers Education & Facilities

Coreen Agre cagre@isd2144 org

Early Childhood & Preschool

Carmen Woeltge cwoeltge@isd2144 org

Jessica Hansen jessica hansen@isd2144 org

Forever Young Club

Betsy Sandgren bsandgren@isd2144 og

Kids Club

Ian Lexvold ilexvold@isd2144 org

Recreation & Enrichment

Brandy Peterson brandy.peterson@isd2144.org

Connect with us

www isd2144 org/ce clcommed@isd2144 org 651 213 2600 29330 Olinda Trail, Lindstrom @clcommunity ed

School Building Key

BG - Bus Garage 13450 Newlander Ave, Lindstrom

CLEC CL Education Center 13750 Lake Blvd, Lindstrom

DO District Office 29678 Karmel Ave, Chisago City

HS Chisago Lakes High School 29400 Olinda Trail, Lindstrom

LS Lakeside Elementary School 29678 Karmel Ave, Chisago City

MS Chisago Lakes Middle School 13750 Lake Blvd, Lindstrom

PS Primary School 11009 284th St, Chisago City

TF Taylors Falls Elementary School 648 West St, Taylors Falls

WCC - Wildcat Community Center 29330 Olinda Trail, Lindstrom

CE INFORMATION
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CHILDHOOD Family Education Early Childhood programs are provided through Chisago Lakes Community Education and offer classes, events and services for families with children birth kindergarten age. So much learning occurs before your child enters school and you, the parent, are your child’s first and most important lifelong teacher! The Chisago Lakes Early Childhood Programs are designed to support you in this important role ABOUT EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS For families with children birth to age 4 For parents and children ages 3 5 A quick and simple check of your child’s development typically between the ages of 3 ½ 4. For children between the ages of birth and 5 years who have identified special needs. Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) Ready For Kindergarten Early Childhood Screening Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS Each qualifying class lists "sliding fee scale" as the fee Please use the sliding fee scale to determine your individual rate which is based on your family's gross income Gross Annual Income Monthly Fee $75,000 and over $75 $40,000 $74,999 $50 $20,000 $39,999 $25 $20,000 and under $5 SLIDING FEE SCALE On parent days in an ECFE class, we have sibling care available for children who are not enrolled in a class. Parents who want to use this service should register when they register for an ECFE or Ready for Kindergarten class. Registration is required Fee is $14 for 1 child and $20 for two children If your annual household income falls below $25,000, sibling care is free SIBLING CARE
EARLY

Family Education EARLY CHILDHOOD

ECFE is a program that offers support, encouragement and information for families with young children Parents and their children attend weekly classes together

ECFE classes include the following:

Parent/Child Time A variety of learning activities are set up at stations around the room for you and your child to choose Parent Discussion Parents meet with a parent group facilitator for discussion and support Children’s Classroom Children enjoy play, snack and story time while parents meet for discussion.

Limited Class Sizes To ensure a safe and productive experience for families. Parent/Guardian Attendance Parents or guardians must attend classes with their child Location Held at Primary School (11009 284th St in Chisago City) Enrollment Families are welcome to join anytime during the school year. Tuition Class fees are based on a sliding fee scale Families consider what they can afford No family will be excluded due to the inability to pay Sibling Care Sibling care is provided for families Pre registration required Immunizations required Age Must be the class age by September 1, 2022 (i e 2 Year Olds class, must be 2 by 9/1/22)

Copy Of Up To Date Immunization Form (Required for sibling care too) Make Early Childhood Screening appointment, if applicable

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS 2022-2023 EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION 2023-2024 REGISTRATION Registration for the 2023 2024 school year will open on
1, 2023, at 8:00am Closes for inclement weather all Early Childhood programming is cancelled 2 Hour Late Start all morning Early Childhood programming is cancelled WEATHER CANCELLATIONS Follow our Facebook page or check online at www isd2144 org/ce for possible weather related cancellations and other program updates When Chisago Lakes School District: 4
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EARLY CHILDHOOD Family Education

BABIES

ECFE welcomes you and your baby to share your joys and concerns with new parents Learn about your baby's emotional, social and physical development through discussions focused on the interest of the group All baby classes have an ongoing enrollment throughout the year, so you can join at any time and bring a friend!

90702 PS Sept 12 May 15 9 10am Mon Sliding Fee

1 YEAR OLDS

Explore the wonder of your child’s expanding world through a variety of planned activities In this class, parents and young toddlers play and learn together Time will be provided for parent discussion in the classroom Parents and children do not separate.

90101AM PS Sept15May18 910:15am Thu SlidingFee

90101PM PS Sept15May18 10:3011:45am Thu SlidingFee

2 YEAR OLDS

Your two year old will find lots of creative activities to challenge them in the classroom and will begin to make new friends Parents will separate from the children’s classroom to discuss the joys and challenges of parenting two year olds

90202AM PS Sept13May16 910:30am Tue SlidingFee

90202PM PS Sept15May18 10:45am12:15pm Tue SlidingFee

3 YEAR OLDS

Three year olds are unique! Come to this class where parents can enjoy and learn about the explosion of language, independence and personality which characterizes this age There will be lots of fun and learning for parents and children

90303AM WCC Sept16May19 911am Fri SlidingFee

MIXED

AGES

Come play with your children! This is a drop in class, come when you can! Parents and children must attend together Participants will enjoy time in the large muscle room, in addition to regular classroom art activities and story time

90001 WCC Sept14May17 9:1511:15am Wed $5/dropin

SLIDING FEE SCALE

DROP-IN PLAYGROUP Each qualifying class lists "sliding fee scale" as the fee . Please use the sliding fee scale to determine your individual rate which is based on your family's gross income Gross Annual Income Monthly Fee $75,000 and over $75 $40,000 $74,999 $50 $20,000 $39,999 $25 $20,000 and under $5

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READY FOR KINDERGARTEN

2022 - 2023 READY FOR KINDERGARTEN

Ready For Kindergarten is a 2 days per week program for 3 5 year olds and their parents Parents and children attend class one day each week together, and children attend the second day by themselves Parent participation on parent/child days is required, as activities set up in the classroom are designed for children to do with their parents Parents also will enjoy group discussions about ways to help prepare children for a positive transition to kindergarten.

COURSE #: 94002PM Monday 1:00 - 3:30pm

Parent & Child Primary School

Sep 12 - May 24 Wednesday 1:00 - 3:30pm Child only Primary School

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Limited Class Sizes To ensure a safe and productive experience for families Parent/Guardian Attendance Parents or guardians must attend Monday classes with their child Location Held at Primary School (11009 284th St in Chisago City). Enrollment Families are welcome to join anytime during the school year Tuition Class fees are based on a sliding fee scale Families consider what they can afford No family will be excluded due to the inability to pay Sibling Care Sibling care is provided for families Pre registration required Immunizations required Age Must be at least 3 by September 1, 2022

REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

Copy of Up To Date Immunization Form (Required for Sibling Care too)

Make Early Childhood Screening appointment, if applicable Children must be fully potty trained, wearing underwear full time, and independently using the bathroom

SLIDING FEE SCALE

Each qualifying class lists "sliding fee scale" as the fee Please use the sliding fee scale to determine your individual rate which is based on your family's gross income

Gross Annual Income Monthly Fee

$75,000 and over $75 $40,000 $74,999 $50 $20,000 $39,999 $25 $20,000 and under $5

SIBLING CARE

On parent days in an ECFE class, we have sibling care available for children who are not enrolled in a class Parents who want to use this service should register when they register for an ECFE or Ready for Kindergarten class Registration is required Fee is $14 for 1 child and $20 for two children If your annual household income falls below $25,000, sibling care is free.

WHAT IS PARENT AWARE?

Parent Aware helps you find child care and early education providers in your area focused on high quality learning and kindergarten readiness The one to four stars rating system measures best practices identified by research that help children succeed in kindergarten and beyond Minnesota's Parent Aware rated Chisago Lakes Early Childhood programs with four out of four stars!

Registration for the 2023 2024 school year will open on March 1, 2023, at 8:00am Register

2023-2024 REGISTRATION
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EARLY CHILDHOOD Screening

EARLY CHILDHOOD SCREENING

Early Childhood Screening is a free and simple check of how your child is growing, developing, and learning Screening at 3 is preferred, but a child may be screened between the ages of 3 and the start of kindergarten. Ideal age is 3.5 years old.

WHAT TO EXPECT AT A SCEENING APPOINTMENT

Large and small motor development

Thinking, language and communication skills

Social and emotional development

Vision and hearing Height and weight Healthy history

Immunization review

REASONS TO SCREEN AT AGE 3

Screening can help your child to be ready for school Health and Developmental problems/concerns can be identified earlier and help provided sooner

Families can be referred to community health and educational services

WHO NEEDS TO BE SCREENED?

All children living in the Chisago Lakes School District who are 3, 4 or 5 years old and not currently enrolled in kindergarten need to participate in this free screening program before entering kindergarten Children who attend Early Childhood Special Education Service programs may not have to participate in Early Childhood Screening

IS SCREENING REQUIRED?

Minnesota state law requires your child must be screened for enrollment in a public school Children are not permitted to enter public school without having an Early Childhood Screening If you are planning to send your child to private or home school, the screening is not required by law; however, we still encourage you to participate This is a great opportunity for you to find out how your child is developing

SCHEDULE A SCREENING APPOINTMENT

Screenings are done by appointment only You can schedule online at www.isd2144.ce.eleyo.com.

UPCOMING SCREENING DATES January 19 February 2 February 3 March 16 April 11 April 20 May 31 June 1 June 2 Register online
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LITTLE WILDCATS PRESCHOOL

2022 - 2023 LITTLE WILDCATS PRESCHOOL

Little Wildcats Preschool is designed to prepare children and families for the transition to kindergarten We focus on pre reading, writing, and communication skills, number awareness and social skills Certified teachers and classroom assistants plan daily large group activities, focused small group activities, a snack time and individual choice time at learning centers in the classroom. Authentic assessments are used to ensure that children are on track for school success. The Little Wildcats Preschool curriculum is aligned with the curriculum of the Chisago Lakes Elementary schools

PRIMARY SCHOOL OPENINGS - Junior Preschool (3 year olds)

Tuesday & Thursdays 1:00 3:30pm $107 per month

PRIMARY SCHOOL OPENINGS - Senior Preschool (4 - 5 year olds) Waitlist for the 2022 23 School Year

TAYLORS FALLS ELEMENTARY OPENINGS Junior Preschool (3 year olds)

Tuesday & Thursdays 9:00 11:30am $107 per month

TAYLORS FALLS ELEMENTARY OPENINGS - Senior Preschool (4 - 5 year olds) Waitlist for the 2022 23 School Year

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Limited Class Sizes To ensure a safe and productive experience for families

Location Held at Primary School (Chisago City) or Taylors Falls Elementary Enrollment Families are welcome to join anytime during the school year depending on availability of space Tuition Class fees are based on a flat monthly fee

Child Care Kids Club care is available for those who are 4 years old by September 1, 2022 You must register separately for Kids Club

Busing Available for 4 year olds Contact the Bus Garage at 651 213 2020 Age Must be 3 by September 1, 2022, to attend the 3 year olds class, and 4 by September 1, 2022, to attend the 4 5 year old class for the 2022 23 school year Tuition Assistance Available for those who qualify Please call 651 213 2282 for additional information

REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

$35 non refundable registration fee

Current month’s tuition Copy Of Up To Date Immunization Form Make Early Childhood Screening appointment Children must be fully potty trained, wearing underwear full time and independently using the bathroom

2023-2024 REGISTRATION

Registration for the 2023 2024 school year will open on March 1, 2023, at 8:00am

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR 2023-24 SCHOOL YEAR

Location Held at Primary School (Chisago City) or Taylors Falls Elementary

Enrollment Families are welcome to join anytime during the school year depending on availability of space

Tuition Class fees are based on a flat monthly fee

Child Care Kids Club care is available for those who are 4 years old by September 1, 2023 You must register separately for Kids Club

Busing Available for 4 year olds Contact the Bus Garage at 651 213 2020 Age Must be 3 by September 1, 2023, to attend the 3 year olds class or 4 by September 1, 2023, to attend the 4 5 year old class for the 2023 24 school year Tuition Assistance Available for those who qualify Please call 651 213 2282 for additional information

REQUIRED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION

$35 non refundable registration fee

Once your contract is accepted, you will be charged May 2024 tuition

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EARLY CHILDHOOD Classes & Events

PRESCHOOL OPEN GYM

Parents and their preschool age children are invited to enjoy some indoor running and jumping time during our Preschool Open Gym events Staff will have play equipment ready between 6:00 7:30 pm Children must have a parent or supervising adult with them at all times. Donations will be accepted

PrimarySchool Jan12 67:00pm Thu

WCC Jan21 67:30pm Sat

TaylorsFalls Jan24 67:30pm Tue

TaylorsFalls Feb9 67:30pm Thu

WCC Feb18 67:30pm Sat

PrimarySchool Feb23 67:30pm Thu

TaylorsFalls Mar13 67:30pm Mon

WCC Mar18 67:30pm Sat

PrimarySchool Mar23 67:30pm Thu

PRESCHOOL TRACK & FIELD DAY

Ages 3 6

Brandy Peterson

The gun goes off and a crowd of children run down the track towards the finish line running as fast as they can! It's a track and field event for kids in preschool, ages 3 5 There will be events like the long jump, hurdles and the 50 yd dash and just for fun events like the parent child three legged race and parent child relay There will be ribbons for all following the events

3865W23 HSTrack Jun1 5:307pm Thu $15

HOLIDAY FAMILY FUN NIGHT

Pre K

We'll be making seasonal crafts, decorating cookies & sharing Holiday Cheer! All supplies provided Come prepared to have fun! Parents must attend with their child and supervise them at all times

3854F22PS PSCafeteria Dec12 67:30pm Mon $5/family

SPRING MAKE IT & TAKE IT

Pre K

Preschoolers and their parents are invited to plant some seeds and make spring crafts We’ll have a variety of activities and projects for parents and children to do together Children must have a parent or adult supervisor with them at all times

TFPreschoolRooms Apr18 67:30pm Tue $5/family

3858W23

WHEELS, WHEELS, WHEELS!

Pre K

Parents and children will be able to see, touch, and climb in a variety of vehicles!

3862W23PK PSParkingLot May18 67:30pm Thu Free

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ABOUT KIDS CLUB

Kids Club provides a high quality care program in an environment that is safe, nurturing and FUN! We are an affordable program that parents can rely on throughout the school year and during our 10 week summer program. Our goal is to provide a warm and caring environment for the children with a variety of activities to enrich each child's education These activities include active recreation and quiet games, arts and crafts, reading and math games and "free time" for the children to pursue their favorite interests

KIDS CLUB

School Year

Care to preschoolers to 5th grade before and/or after their school day at all 3 elementary schools

Open from 6:00 am 6:00 pm

Adventure Days Preschool Summer

Offered during the school year on no school days and are open from 6:00 am 6:00 pm You do not need to be registered for the school year childcare program to join

Childcare to those who turn 4 by September 1st of that school year during the school day (9:00 am 3:30 pm) at both Little Wildcats Preschool sites

10 week summer camp program for age eligible preschoolers (Must be 5 on or before September 1) and for those who've completed grade K 5 and is usually offered at all 3 Elementary schools

KIDS CLUB

KIDS CLUB

2022 - 2023 SCHOOL YEAR KIDS CLUB

Kids Club provides quality child care in an environment that is safe, nurturing, fun and reliable Kids Club offers care at all three elementary sites: Primary School in Chisago City, Taylors Falls Elementary School and Lakeside Intermediate School in Chisago City. Kids Club follows all school district policies.

We enroll year round based on program availability.

WEATHER CANCELLATION

2022 - 2023 ADVENTURE DAYS

Adventure Days are offered during the school year on no school days and are open from 6:00 am 6:00 pm You do not need to be registered for the school year childcare program to join.

2022 2023 Adventure Days are offered only at Lakeside Students should bring a bag lunch and wear appropriate clothing for planned activities.

Registration is required for Adventure Days

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Registration for the 2023 Summer will open on February 7, 2023, at 8:00am Register online at www.isd2144.ce.eleyo.com

YOUTH CLASSES

ABOUT YOUTH CLASSES

Community Education Youth Enrichment and Recreation Programs enhance childrens' lives in the areas of performing arts, technology, languages, recreation, visual arts & crafts, academics and more.

Community Education offers a variety of classes and activities throughout the school district each year Up and coming classes are listed in the Friday Principal and Community Education Director newsletters

Classes occur after school, in the early evening and on weekends

YOUTH CLASSES

Important information

It is very important to send a note to your child's teacher if he or she is staying after school for a class Send a note each day your child has the class This helps facilitate the process in getting kids to the proper locations after school

WEATHER CANCELLATION

When Chisago Lakes School District:

Closes for inclement weather All classes are cancelled 2 Hour Late Start afternoon classes will run as planned.

Early Dismissal All afternoon classes will be cancelled Community Education will do their best to communicate with families on these cancellations

TINY TOT DANCE & MOVEMENT TO MUSIC

Ages 2 5

Sheryl Baker

Join in the fun as you will move to the upbeat music while learning fun beginner dance moves This class is a perfect intro to dance class for tiny tots that love to move to the beat!

BABYSITTING SAFETY

Grades 4 7

Ariane Bromberg

3620W23PKA

WCCCommRoom Mar1428 5:156pm Tue $35

3620W23PKB

WCCCommRoom May216 5:156pm Tue $35

PLAY PRACTICE & PERFORMANCE

Grades 3 5

Bridget Hoolihan

After school, children will rehearse for a play to be performed on stage Family and friends will be invited to see the performance after the last class Start your child's journey in acting with this after school class

3506W23 TFGym Apr1026 3:304:45pm Mon,Wed $75

LEGO ROBOTICS

Grades 2 5

Jim Nagle

Students will build an object out of Lego and bring it to life! They will create their object using a set of directions and a partner.

3211W23ALS LSComputerLab Jan1024 3:305pm Tue $25 3211W23LS LSComputerLab Mar1630 3:305pm Thu $25

LEGO STEM EXPLORERS

Grades K 1

Melissa Huffer

Students will connect, construct and contemplate as we explore early STEM concepts by building with LEGOS! We'll follow building instructions to guide us in our scientific investigations and then students will have a chance to create their own models inspired by our learning

3221W23APSA PSGym Feb627 3:305pm Tue $25 3221W23PSB PSGym Mar20Apr10 3:304:30pm Thu $25

Learn the responsibilities of being a prepared, safe, responsible and professional babysitter Topics include starting your own babysitting business, child development, behavior guidance, supervision, proper feeding & diapering techniques, personal safety, medical emergencies, basic first aid care and fire safety Instructor provides baby dolls, bottles, diaper supplies for hands on participation skills The course is developed by the American Safety and Health Institute and approved by the American Pediatrics Association Class participants receive a CABS book and ASHI certification card Students attend this class independently. Parents are encouraged to review the take home information and discuss it with their child

3201W23

WCCCommRoom Feb20 9am12pm Mon $60

HOME ALONE

Grades 2 6

Ariane Bromberg

Just mention the words “Home Alone,” and children think of the excitement depicted in the movies of the same name The reality of being home alone can evoke fear and anxiety in many children Whether left alone for an hour after school or several hours a day during the summer, children should feel comfortable being alone This workshop for children will address several topics relating to being “Home Alone” including personal safety tips, tricky people, basic first aid, fire safety, handling the unexpected, internet safety, gun safety, dealing with loneliness and boredom, storm safety, dealing with siblings as well as trust and honesty Students attend this class independently Parents are encouraged to review the take home information and discuss it with their child.

3202W23 WCCCommRoom Feb20 12:302:30pm Mon $36

CRAZY 8'S MATH CLUB

Grades 3 5

Jessica Fitzgerald

Do you like to have fun with other students? Do you like to play games and build things? Come join us in the Crazy 8's Math Club where we will explore numbers, shapes, patterns, secret codes and so much more! Let's learn together and see why math is SO MUCH FUN!

3220W23LS LSScienceRoom Jan4Feb22 3:354:45pm Mon,Wed $80

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DRIVERS EDUCATION & BEHIND THE WHEEL

Ages 14+

Chisago Lakes Community Ed offers a state mandated 30 hour classroom course along with 6 hours of Behind the Wheel instruction for one fee The one fee allows us to offer our program at a lower cost

If you have completed the 30 hour classroom at a different location and would like to complete the behind the wheel through our program, please call 651 213 2603 for more information

Parents are highly recommended to attend this meeting to receive a contract to be signed and returned, receive information and ask questions regarding the program If you are unable to attend the parent meeting, paperwork will be sent home with your student

Due to a new law, there will be an optional Supplemental Parent class right after the parent meeting from 4:30 5:30 pm Parents who choose to stay for the Supplemental Parent Class will result in lowering your student's supervised driving log from 50 to 40 hours.

3100W23 HSLectureHall Feb1324 2:305:30pm MonFri $365

YR CARTOON CLUB

Grades K 5 Giordano Fontana

Students enrolled in a Young Rembrandts Cartoon Club will learn the essential skills they need to illustrate exciting cartoon imagery that is filled with dynamic characters and expressive personalities Our students will create fully realized cartoon characters from fun subjects like robots, hilarious dogs, and funny insects. Drawings of comical cars will spark our students’ imaginations They will also develop their visual story telling skills as they draw sequential images

3134 W23LS LS Art Room Apr 3 May1 3 30 4 30pm Mon $50

PARENT & CHILD NATURE CLUB

Grades K 5

Tony Minnichsoffer

Come join our certified naturalist to explore animal tracks, leaf prints and more in this parent and child class!

OUTDOOR SURVIVAL & ORIENTEERING

Grades 6 8

Tony Minnichsoffer

3204W23 CLMSRoom121 Feb923 5:306:30pm Thu $21 3207W23 CLMSRoom121 Feb923 2:204pm Thu $21

This class will show you how to create shelters, purify water, find food, and everything else you might need to know to survive in the wilderness with basic tools The class will also provide an introduction to orienteering and using a compass and map Bring warm outdoor clothing

A WORLD OF DRAWING

Grades K 5 Giordano Fontana

What runs from ear to ear and is contagious? Give up? It’s the SMILE your child will have as they get to explore the fun, artistic world of Young Rembrandts drawing classes There’s no better time than now to sign up your child to have fun, be challenged artistically, and to create amazing pieces of artwork

3133 W23LS LS Art Room

Jan 30 Mar 13 3:30 4:30pm Mon $50

3133 W23TF TF Cafeteria

Jan 11 Feb 8 2:30 4pm Wed $79

Jan 10 Feb 7 3:30 4:30pm Tues $50 3133 W23MS MS Art Room

GAMES INCLUDE: Chess, Rocket League 3v3, Super Smash Bros 3v3 Crew Battles, Smite, Minecraft 4v4, Fortnite Duos, Club Valorant, Club Super Smash Bros 1v1 SPRING SEASON Registration opens
1 Register online at www.isd2144.ce.eleyo.com 14 3507W23 CLHSPAC Jan1017 78pm
$55 Marissa Dodge Instruction includes melodic, harmonic and chordal theory Effective melody and lyric writing. Students are encouraged to bring one original composition per class MUSIC COMPOSITION & SONGWRITING
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YOUTH Recreation & Sports

BASKETBALL CLINIC

Grades K 5

Quentin Allison

This session will have kids dribbling, shooting, passing, and learning moves Scrimmages will be organized as well as contests All equipment provided

3631W23LS LSGym Jan19Feb9 3:305pm Thu $25

3631W23PS PSGym Jan17Feb7 3:304:30pm Tue $20

3631W23TF TFGym Jan18Feb1 3:305pm Wed $25

DODGEBALL

Grades K 5

Have fun playing dodgeball in its many forms.

CREATIVE KIDS YOGA

Grades K 5

Holly Cardoni

This is a beginning class of yoga for children Students will be learning new poses and breathing techniques that will assist in their concentration, self esteem and creativity

3674PSW23 PSGym Mar14Apr4 3:305pm Tue $45

3674LSW23 LSGym Apr11May2 3:305pm Tue $45

3674TFW23 TFGym May930 3:305pm Tue $45

FLOOR HOCKEY

Grades K 5

VOLLEYBALL CLUB

Grades 3 6 Mallory

Holmen

Volleyball club is for the player that would like to learn more about volleyball This will include basic skills of bumping, setting, spiking and under/overhand serving We will also work on court formation, court movement and ball placement Participants will start with basics and work up to more competitive skills Cost includes a t shirt

3639W23A WCC Jan11Feb15 67pm Sat $70

3639W23B WCC Jan11Feb15 78pm Sat $70

TRACK & FIELD CLUB

Grades K 6 Brandy Peterson

LSGym Feb627 3:305pm Mon $25

3606W23LSA

3606W23LSB LSGym Feb721 3:305pm Tue $25

3606W23PS PSGym Feb822 3:304:30pm Wed $20

3606W23TF Feb923 Thu

Play hockey in the gym after school and practice puck handling and shooting skills Students will work on skills as well as play games. All equipment provided

3630W23PS PSGym Mar1630 3:304:30pm Thu $20

3630W23LS LSGym Mar1327 3:305pm Mon $25

3630W23TF TFGym Apr418 3:305pm Tue $25

WIFFLE BALL

Grades K 5

FOOTBALL FUN

Grades K 5

Kids will have a fun introduction to the game of football Play games with flags and perform drills that involve throwing, catching, running, and kicking with smaller footballs All equipment provided.

Now that the weather has warmed, we're heading outside for fun on the field! Students will practice and play wiffle ball while working on hitting, fielding, throwing and catching in this class. In the event of rain, class will be held indoors

3672W23LS LSField May923 3:305pm Tue $25

3672W23PS PSField May324 3:304:30pm Wed $20

Chisago Lakes track and field coaches and teams will be hosting a youth track and field club this spring, with classes meeting the first 5 Mondays and Wednesdays of May, ending with a meet against the North Branch youth track and field club at North Branch high school on Wednesday, May 17th, at 6:00 pm

Athletes will get the chance to learn about, practice and compete in sprints, relays, distance, hurdles, high jump, long jump and throws

The club will be ending with a meet at North Branch high school on Wednesday, May 17th, at 6:00 pm

Parents will be expected to transport athletes to and from that meet

3642 W23 HS Track May 1 17 5:30 6:30pm Mon, Wed $50

WILDCATS CHEERLEADING

Grades 1 8

LSGym Mar1428 3:305pm Tue $25

3679W23LS

3679W23PS PSGym Mar1529 3:304:30pm Wed $20

3679W23TF TFGym Mar1630 3:305pm Thu $25

3672W23TF TFField May418 3:305pm Thu $25

Learn cheers, jumps and dances with friends This class is a great outlet for your children to express themselves and gain confidence Cost includes pom poms and tshirt

3626W23 WCC Feb627 5:306:30pm Mon $50

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MIDDLE SCHOOL WINTER FITNESS & WEIGHT TRAINING

Grades 6 8

Nathan Appleby

Come and get a great workout twice per week with Coach Appleby The workouts will be subjective to each student's ability level. Students will be divided into 2 3 workout levels and each group will get an appropriate workout based on their age & fitness level A great way to get active for beginning lifters or build strength and conditioning for student athletes!

3678F22 CLMS Nov30Mar1 2:304pm Wed/Fri $100

WINTER STRENGTH & SPEED TRAINING

Grades 9 12 Nathan Appleby, Scott Buchkoski Bill Weis

Student athletes will come to every training session ready to work and push themselves both physically and mentally, with the goal to become better This is a great opportunity for student athletes to improve their overall athletic abilities by improving their strength, muscle size, power, work capacity, jumping, agility, quickness, acceleration, and speed

Student athletes can earn a Varsity Letter by attending 80% (28 out of 36) of the training sessions and competing in the Wishbone Performance Meet

3682W23 WCC Nov28Mar2 2:454:30pm Mon/Tue/Thu $150

Recreation & Sports YOUTH

FENCING

Ages 6+ Maria Benford

Whatever you are looking for in the sport of fencing there is something for everyone! Fencing is a vigorous sport that develops stamina, quick reactions, speed, accuracy of movement and excellent coordination More than a game, fencing requires a mental attitude of self discipline involving total manipulation of mind and body in perfect harmony It utilizes natural body movement to create simple and effective self protection techniques with the sword All participants are encouraged to have fun no matter what their ability Attacking, defense, timing and intense tactics are all integrated into this beginning class Whether you're fencing for a good work out, or gaining points for the Olympics, fencing is fun for the whole family We provide everything needed to fence (mask, jacket, glove, and weapon) Fencers should come dressed comfortably (for freedom of movement) including long sweat pants and running shoes

3670W23A WCC Jan21Mar11 45pm Sat $100 3670W23B WCC Mar18Apr22 45pm Sat $100

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER SKILLS

Grades 6 8 Matt Koehn

Join Chisago Lakes High School coaches and athletes in this skills session Classes will meet at the middle school and focus on dribbling, passing, shooting and teamwork in the development of each player. This skills session will benefit everyone from the beginning soccer player to the experienced player In the event of inclement weather, this class will be moved indoors

7681W23 CLMSField May230 2:454pm Tue $50

SOCCER CLUB

SKI & SNOWBOARD CLUB

Grades 6 8

Join

Transportation is included in the fee Please note that bussing is only provided to Wild Mountain at approximately 2:30pm each Friday Parents must pick up their student at Wild Mountain by 9:00pm

3617W23MS WildMountain Jan6Feb17 2:30pm Fri $190(includesliftticket)

3617W23MS WildMountain Jan6Feb17 2:30pm Fri $90(musthaveseasonpass)

Grades K 6

Matt Koehn

Come join the high school soccer coaches and athletes for 5 sessions of skills and games! Athletes will work on dribbling, passing, shooting and learn necessary skills for both game play and success in practice This club is for everyone from beginner athletes to experienced soccer players T shirts will be provided for all athletes

7680W23 CLHSField May230 67pm Tue $50

your friends at ski/snowboard club on Fridays this winter!! This club will provide transportation after school to Wild Mountain in Taylors Falls.
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YOUTH Gymnastics

GYMNASTICS: BEGINNER I

This class is for the gymnast that is relatively new to the sport The emphasis will be on tumbling, building strength, and developing balance on the beam Learn basics of uneven bars Wear non baggy athletic clothes. No tights (socks or bare feet only)

3608W23A 6sessions Mar15Apr19 4:305:30pm Wed $40

3608W23B 3sessions May3May17 4:305:30pm Wed $20

GYMNASTICS: BEGINNER I & II

Grades K 6

Michelle Lang

This class is for the gymnast that is relatively new to the sport The emphasis will be on tumbling, building strength, and developing balance on the beam. Learn basics of uneven bars Wear non baggy athletic clothes No tights (socks or bare feet only)

3608W23 6sessions Jan11Feb15 67pm Wed $40

GYMNASTICS: BEGINNER II

Grades K 6

Michelle Lang

Isabel Hindt

This class is for the gymnast that has completed a Beginners I class. The emphasis will be on perfecting previous learned stunts while building more confidence Gymnasts will work on advancing their tumbling, balance beam and uneven bar skills Wear non baggy athletic clothes No tights (socks or bare feet only).

Prerequisite: Completed Beginner I

3612W23A 6sessions Mar15Apr19 5:306:30pm Wed $40

3612W23B 3sessions May3May17 5:306:30pm Wed $20

GYMNASTICS: INTERMEDIATE

GYMNASTICS: MIDDLE SCHOOL/HIGH SCHOOL Grades K 6 Michelle Lang

Grades K 8

Michelle Lang

Focus on improving form, building strength and working on more advanced skills like walkovers and round offs Bar and high beam work will be included in this class Wear non baggy athletic clothes No tights (socks or bare feet only).

3613W23A 6sessions Jan11Feb15 78pm Wed $40

3613W23B 6sessions Mar15Apr19 6:307:30pm Wed

3613W23C 3sessions May3May1 6:307:30pm

GYMNASTICS: ADVANCED

Grades K 8

Michelle Lang

Focus on improving form, building strength, and working on more advanced skills like walkovers, round offs, and back handsprings Wear non baggy athletic clothes No tights (socks or bare feet only).

3614W23A 6sessions Jan9Feb27 78pm Mon $40

3614W23B 6sessions Mar13Apr24 6:307:30pm Mon $40

3614W23D 6sessions Mar15Apr19 7:308:30pm Wed $40

3614W23C 3sessions May1May15 6:157:15pm Mon $20

3614W23E 3sessions May3May17 7:308:30pm Wed $20

Grades 6 12 Michelle Lang

Gymnasts will work on skills or learn skills according to ability Working on improving specific skills on bars, beams, vault and/or floor

3615W23A 6sessions Mar13Apr24 2:455pm Mon $49

3615W23B 3sessions May1May15 2:455pm Mon $25

GYMNASTICS OPEN GYM

Grades 1 12

A great opportunity for extra practice on polishing and perfecting your skills This open gym will be supervised by a coach with limited spotting available We will spend 20 minutes on group warm up then 25 minute rotations on each event

3621 WCC Jan14 11:30am1:30pm Sat

3621 WCC Feb11 10am12pm Sat 3621 WCC Mar25 13pm Sat 3621 WCC Apr15 911am Sat

Pricepersessionis$10forWCC membersor$12fornonmembers

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Gymnastics YOUTH

LIL' NINJASTICS

Ages 1 5

Michelle Lang

This class is an introduction to Gymnastics and Ninja for boys and girls to work on building strength, physical conditioning, self confidence and flexibility while learning rolls, cartwheels, hand stands, balance and coordination in a fun obstacle course type atmosphere Parents should be prepared to assist Your help is greatly appreciated! This class is a replacement for Tumble Tots and Lil Ninja's

3624W23A WCC Jan10Feb21 1010:30am Tues $25

3624W23B WCC Jan10Feb21 10:3011am Tues $25

3624W23G WCC Jan10Feb21 66:30pm Tues $25

3624W23H WCC Jan10Feb21 6:307pm Tues $25

3624W23C WCC Mar14Apr18 1010:30am Tues $25

3624W23D WCC Mar14Apr18 10:3011am Tues $25

3624W23I WCC Mar14Apr18 55:30pm Tues $25

3624W23J WCC Mar14Apr18 5:306pm Tues $25

3624W23E WCC May2May16 1010:30pm Tues $15

3624W23F WCC May2May16 10:3011am Tues $15

3624W23K WCC May2May16 55:30pm Tues $15

NINJASTICS

Grades K 8

Michelle Lang

This class is for gymnasts who wish to work on building strength, physical conditioning, self confidence and flexibility while learning rolls, dive rolls, handstands, hand/head springs, flips, balance and coordination in a fun obstacle course type atmosphere. Parents should be prepared to assist with some stations on occasion, especially with younger participants. Your help is greatly appreciated!

3643W23A WCC Jan10Feb21 78pm Tues $40

3643W23B WCC Mar14Apr18 6:457:45pm Tues $40

3643W23C WCC May2May16 6:157:15pm Tues $20

FAMILY NINJA FUN

Join us for a night of fun with your children Parents and children will do the Ninja obstacle course together learning Ninja rolls, kicks, wall climbs and more while working to improve balance, strength and coordination Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothes

All children must be accompanied by an adult Space is limited Price is per family

Jan13 6:308pm

Jan14 9:3011am

Feb10

$20

$20

TUMBLE CATS

Ages 3 5

Michelle Lang

Tumbling and coordination building activities will be used to teach fundamental gymnastics skills Kindergarten age children are welcome to join this class Wear non baggy athletic clothes No tights (socks or bare feet only)

3611W23A WCC Jan10Feb21 1111:45am Tues $35

3611W23B WCC Mar14Apr18 1111:45am Tues $35

3611W23B1 WCC Mar14Apr18 66:45pm Tues $35

3611W23D WCC May2May16 1111:45am Tues $20

3611W23C1 WCC May2May16 5:306:15pm Tues $20

LITTLE WILDCATS TEAM

Ages 4 8

Michelle Lang

Tumbling and coordination building activities will be used to teach fundamental gymnastics skills for 4 8 yr olds Coach's recommendation required Wear non baggy athletic clothes. No tights (socks or bare feet only) This is an advanced group, not for beginners

3609W23A WCC Jan9Feb27 67pm Mon $40

3609W23B WCC Mar13Apr24 5:306:30pm Mon $40

3609W23C WCC May1May15 5:156:15pm Mon $20

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3861 WCC
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Daddy

Daughter Dance

SHARE A FUN FILLED EVENING WITH YOUR LITTLE GIRL.

Music,

Feeincludesthe dance,games, crafts,professional picture,refreshments andtreats. Feeisperfamily. *LatefeeappliesafterFeb10

YOUTH Special
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FEBRUARY
LAKESIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 29678 KARMEL AVE CHISAGO CITY, MN $30
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professional pictures, crafts, games with prizes, and plenty of dancing. Refreshments and treats are served. For additional information and to register, pleases scan the QR code. Parking is limited, we strongly encourage attendees to carpool
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PARTY RENTALS

BIRTHDAY PARTY

Host your child's next birthday party with us at the Wildcat Community Center! Your party will have access to one court or Gymnastics Room in the Fieldhouse and the Community Room for gifts and cake Adult/Parent supervision required at all time

$190 Package Includes:

Private Community Room rental and 1 Court or Gymnastics room for up to 2 hours

Admission for 10 children

Tables and chairs provided 2 hours total use of facility

1 Court reserved exclusively for your group

Choice of basketball, volleyball, pickleball, dodgeball, soccer, hula hoops, ninja/gymnastics OR Nerf games equipment provided (foam darts, barriers and protective glasses) must bring your own blasters

Add Ons: For an extra fee you may request, $10 per additional child up to 15 children max

Contact Ian Lexvold at ilexvold@isd2144 org for additional information

POOL BIRTHDAY PARTY

Host your child's next birthday party with us at the Community Pool! Your party will have access to the pool and Community Room/Pool Lobby for gifts and cake (Adult/Parent supervision required at all time)

$190 Package Includes:

Pool Use for 1 hour and Pool Lobby or Community Room for 1 hour 2 hours total Admission for 10 children

Tables and chairs provided 2 hours total use of facility

Add Ons: For an extra fee you may request, $5 per additional child up to 15 children max

Contact Luke Weyandt at lweyandt@isd2144 org for additional information

EVENT PARTY

Host your group's next party event with us at the Wildcat Community Center! Your party will have access to the Community Room, either 1 2 Courts in the Fieldhouse or the Gymnastics Center Adult/Parent supervision required at all times

$330 Package Includes:

Private Community Room rental and 1 2 Courts OR Gymnastics room for up to 2 hours

Admission for 16 30 participants

Tables and chairs provided 2 hours total use of facility

1 2 Courts reserved exclusively for your group

Choice of basketball, volleyball, pickleball, dodgeball, soccer, hula hoops, ninja/gymnastics OR Nerf games (equipment provided: foam darts, barriers and protective glasses; must bring your own blasters)

Contact Ian Lexvold at ilexvold@isd2144 org for additional information

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ADULT CLASSES

ABOUT ADULT CLASSES

Lifelong learning is the basis for Adult Enrichment Participants have the opportunity to learn new skills, develop their interests, connect with others and enrich their personal or professional lives.

We offer a wide variety of classes and educational programs for local adults, including, but not limited to, arts & crafts, computer, music & dance, wellness, business, home & garden and much more Chisago Lakes Community Education also coordinates many recreation programs throughout the year for adults in the Chisago Lakes area. These programs provide adults with physical and social opportunities with friends, families and neighbors, cultivating a connection to the community

ADULT CLASSES

Adult courses are offered year round and include a wide variety of classes and workshops from gardening to pickleball, from yoga to photography, and from writing clubs to parenting workshops

A club for older, active adults who want to stay connected with others in our community The members of this group will do things together go on day trips, learn new skills and activities, and participate in anything the group deems worthy It's only a small fee per year to be part of this fun and outgoing group!

We 'R' Able

Program that supports Adults With Disabilities in the Chisago County area through specialized classes and inclusion support Classes, volunteer opportunities, dances, and special events designed for adults with developmental disabilities are offered

Adult Basic Education (ABE)

Provides free educational programs and services for students, who wish to receive their GED, brush up on basic skills, obtain job skills, or study English as a Learning Language

Enrichment & Recreation Forever Young Club

MATURE DRIVING - 4 HOUR COURSE REFRESHER

This course has been approved by the State Department of Public Safety The course content will include physical and mental limitations, driving strategies, defensive driving and safety Prerequisite: Must have completed an 8 hour course.

You will receive a certificate of completion Check with your insurance agent for reduced rate information.

General Interest ADULT

CHILD LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

Erik Belgum

5202W23A

HSLectureHall Feb8 59pm Wed $18 5202W23B HSLectureHall May3 59pm Wed $18

MATURE DRIVING - 8 HOUR COURSE

Kevin Stenson

The course content will include physical and mental limitations, driving strategies, defensive driving and safety This class is for the mature driver for tips on staying a safe driver as we age (55 and older) Learn techniques on staying safe on the road and learn of new traffic management concepts You will receive a certificate of completion Check with your insurance agent for reduced rate information. This course has been approved by the State Department of Public Safety

5201W23A HSLectureHall May13 59pm Mon,Wed $24

BYOB: BEING YOUR OWN BOSS

Kathy Lindo

Have you ever thought about starting a business? Or maybe bringing your good ideas to the next level? In this two hour session you will be able to learn the basic steps in starting a business and help determine if owning a business is right for you

5268W23 WCC Jan17 6:308:30pm Tue $10

How does a newborn learn to talk? It’s kind of a mystery, but science has taught us a lot In the first class, you’ll learn how language develops in babies and young children We’ll discuss things like: What developments can you watch for? How can you help promote language development? What are good toys? Participants will return for the second class having taken two weeks to see what new things they notice in their child’s communications and to bring any questions they have Session two will essentially be an open discussion and question/answer session. (NOTE:This class is for parents/caregivers only ) Erik Belgum was the speech language therapist at St Croix Medical Center for 10 years and worked in the Polk County Birth to three Program for 8 years before that

5266W23 WCC Jan16&30 5:307:30pm Mon $40

ORGANIZE YOUR PHOTOS

Kathy Povolny

Learn a system to once and for all get your printed photos and memorabilia organized Digital photos need organization too We’ll also talk about how scanning can breathe new life into old photos and allow for editing and repair. Finally, we’ll compare all the different cloud storage options for your digital photos Imagine finding any printed photo in minutes and any digital photo in just seconds

5206W23A WCC Mar22 6:308:30pm Wed $19 5206W23B WCC May11 6:308:30pm Thu $19

PLEASE NOTE

The decision on whether a class will run is made 3 5 days before the class start date.

Register early to help ensure we don't cancel a class you are hoping to take

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ADULT General Interest

GROUP HYPNOSIS - WEIGHT LOSS & STOP SMOKING

Mary Fischer

Weight Loss: Lose weight by controlling your eating habits, learning to desire the right foods and motivating yourself to exercise Stop cravings and snacking

Quit Smoking: Quit smoking or chewing immediately through hypnosis without withdrawal, cravings or gaining weight.

Fee includes a reinforcement CD and lifetime membership card which allows participants to attend future seminars free For more information visit www hypnosisclinic net

These classes are not eligible for UCare discount Classes are free for lifetime members

5 KEYS TO RETIRING FEARLESSLY

Leif Erickson

After years of hard work, retirement may finally be in sight This workshop helps attendees discover five keys to unlocking a retirement where they could have confidence in their ability to live out their dreams.

5221W23A Virtual Jan17 67pm Tue $5 5221W23B CLHSLectureHall Mar21 6:307:30pm Tue $5

WORKSHOP YOUR WRITTEN PIECES

Dan McGonigle

5501W23A

HSMediaCenter Jan18 5:458:45pm Wed $120 5501W23B

HSMediaCenter May8 5:458:45pm Mon $120

SOCIAL SECURITY: TIMING IS EVERYTHING

Leif Erickson

Social Security is a vital income source for many retirees But it can be a confusing topic, and making the most of it can have a lot to do with timing it right This workshop can help attendees get answers to their questions and learn what Social Security can mean for them

5272W23A CLHSLectureHall Feb21 67pm Tue $5

5272W23B WCC Apr11 6:307:30pm Tue $5

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION

Free Adult Basic Education and GED preparation to:

Improve basic reading, writing and math skills

ESL (English as a Second Language) tutoring

Get your Adult Diploma

Get your GED

Prepare for higher education Develop computer skills

For more information, please visit email Hailey Swanson at hswanson@scred k12 mn us

HSWorldLanguage1 Oct25Jun6 46pm Tue $0

Do you have a piece of writing that you'd like to workshop with other writers? Do you have a great idea you'd like to put on paper but are having trouble with how to start? Any and all levels of writers are welcome to join us for the "Workshop your written pieces" class Each week we will get together and workshop one or two pieces of original work from the writers in the class Collaboratively, we'll work through any original piece of writing that you'd like to have read Categories can include, fiction, non fiction, poetry, short story and any you'd like to bring! Please bring an original piece of writing on the first day of class that you'd like to have workshopped

5271W23 WCC Feb6Apr17 68pm Mon $45

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Hobbies & Leisure

PAINTING CLASSES

Ages 13+ Pam Anderson

With step by step instructions, you will go home with a painting to be proud of. Learn how to mix colors and painting techniques All supplies provided

WinterTree

5644W23 HSArtRoom Jan18 6:308:30pm Wed $30

PeekingCat

5645W23 HSArtRoom Jan25&30 6:308:30pm Mon,Wed $39

UpNorth

5646W23 HSArtRoom Feb1&6 6:308:30pm Mon,Wed $39

BirdNestwithFeather

5648W23 HSArtRoom Feb15 6:308:30pm Wed $30

SilverSpoonwithBlueberries

5651W23 HSArtRoom Mar1 6:308:30pm Wed $30

PolarBearwithNorthernLights

5650W23 HSArtRoom Mar13 6:308:30pm Mon $30

ColorfulNorthwoods

5652W23 HSArtRoom Mar22&27 6:308:30pm Mon,Wed $39

NORWEGIAN ROSEMALING

Ages 13+

Pam Anderson

Learn how to paint traditional Norwegian Rosemaling from the 1800's

5649 W23 HS Art Room Feb 22 & 27 6:30 8:30pm Mon, Wed $50

ADULT

NEEDLE FELTING BUNNIES AND EGGS

Ages 12+ Pam Anderson

Make a keepsake to enjoy every spring!

5647 W23 HS Art Room Feb 8 6:30 8:30pm Wed $20

FAIRY HOUSE

Ages 10+ Pam Anderson

In this class we will be creating a whimsical fairy house that you can even put outside in your garden this summer Made with polymer clay around a glass jar. All materials included. Even a tea light to place inside! All supplies are provided

5627 W23 HS Art Room Mar 29 6:30 8:30pm Wed $33

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SEED STARTING

Learn how to start your own vegetable and flower plants at home Save money and give yourself a larger selection of plants, as well as developing a sense of self satisfaction You will be shown what equipment and supplies you will need to succeed.

5269W23 WCC Feb21 67:30pm Tue $10

STRAWBERRIES & RASPBERRIES

This class will describe the basics needed to plant, grow, sustain, and harvest a good crop of raspberries and strawberries Everything from soils, site, fertilizing, disease problems and harvesting will be covered. We will also discuss the new insect problem facing our soft fruit crops

5270W23 CLHS Feb27 67:30pm Mon $10

STARTING A VEGETABLE GARDEN

Have you ever wanted to enjoy a salad straight from the garden? Learn about the timing of planting vegetables in Minnesota, which vegetables are easiest to grow, what types of soil are required, and more!

5267W23 WCC Feb28 67:30pm Tue $10

COUNTRY TWO STEP & LINE DANCING WORKSHOP

Ages 14+

Heidi Smith Miranda

Country Two Step is a fast, fun partner dance it’s basically a Swing dance that progresses around the floor It can be danced to a variety of country music and has endless step combinations In this workshop, we will focus on the concepts of lead and follow, the basic Two Step patterns, some fun turns and cool moves We will work one step at a time on a popular Country Line dance

SOURDOUGH BREAD MAKING

Ages 12+

Dianne Patras Smith

Kathy Melamed

Dianne Patras and Kathy Melamed are teaching another hands on bread baking class You will be making two kinds of bread, sourdough bread and wild rice multigrain bread. You will bring home your finished loaves of bread and some sourdough starter so you can continue to make bread at home. Please bring a paper grocery bag or small box to put your warm bread in and a 2 cup plastic container to bring sourdough starter home in This class is for beginners and experienced bread bakers

5761W23

HSDanceStudio Apr4 79pm Tue $20

SWING DANCE II

Ages 14+

Heidi Smith Miranda

This class is a continuation of Swing Dance We will work on technique and add more patterns to East Coast Swing and Jitterbug We will also introduce another fun Swing dance: West Coast Swing

5132W23 HSFACSRoom Jan28 9am1pm Sat $25 5 H

Dianne Patras Smith
ADULT Hobbies & Leisure
Dianne Patras Smith
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Health, Fitness & Wellness ADULT

WOMEN & WEIGHTS

Nathan Appleby

This highly coveted class is back with Nate Appleby!

Ladies, whether you currently employ strength training or do not, this is the class for you Learn to lift the right way and become comfortable with the weight racks. Leave feeling empowered All levels welcome; modifications available to make things easier or harder to push you to the next level. Reminder that there will be no class on Wednesday, March 9

5558W23 WCC

Jan4Mar15 5:456:30pm Wed $75

5558W23B WCC Mar22May24 5:456:30pm Wed $75

YOGA

SuZanne Gillespie

Improve your flexibility, strengthen and stabilize your core abdominals and lower back This class is designed to give you an overall sense of health and well being Participants will learn breathing and relaxing techniques For all levels Bring water and a mat

5560W23A HSDanceStudio Jan16Feb27 78pm Mon $80

5560W23B HSDanceStudio Mar13Apr24 78pm Mon $80

ZUMBA

Come burn calories while having fun at the best exercise class ever! Zumba is a cardio workout featuring Latin inspired music and dance and other aerobic moves

5570W23 LSGym Jan3Feb28 6:307:30pm Tue $75

POUND

Rachael Bertram

Instead of listening to music, you become the music in this exhilarating full body workout that combines cardio, conditioning, and strength training with yoga and Pilates inspired movements Using Ripstix®, lightly weighted drumsticks engineered specifically for exercising, POUND transforms drumming into an incredibly effective way of working out For all fitness levels Bring water and a yoga mat.

5567W23A WCC

Jan5Feb23 5:306:30pm Thu $50 5567W23B WCC Mar16May4 5:306:30pm Thu $50

TOTAL BODY

No matter your fitness level or gym experience, Total Body class has a place for you Total Body is a 50 minute workout that incorporates basic strength training exercises using various equipment and/or your body weight, followed by cardio exercises either high/low impact Modify or progress as needed This energetic class is designed to maximize positive changes in your body.

5550W23A WCC

Jan7Feb25 88:50am Sat $65 5550W23B WCC Mar18May20 88:50am Sat $80

Lynda Flores Nathan Appleby
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ADULT Health, Fitness & Wellness

FULL BODY BALANCE & FLEXIBILITY - AGE 55+

For Ages 55 and older Live 2 B Healthy's trainers are all nationally certified fitness professionals with a strong background in older adult fitness Classes are different every week, but always concentrate on improving balanc flexibility & strength to help prevent falls and increase independence Our trainers are professional and support and know how to ensure participants are safe, working to their own best ability levels and HAVING A GOOD TIME! Al movements can be performed either seated or standing All equipment is provided

5569W22A WCC Dec2Dec30 1111:45am Mon,Fr

5569W22B WCC Jan2Jan30 1111:45am Mon,Fr

5569W22C WCC Feb6Feb27 1111:45am Mon,Fr 5569W22D WCC Mar3Mar31 1111:45am Mon,Fr 5569W22E WCC Apr3Apr28 1111:45am Mon,Fr 5569W22F WCC May1May26 1111:45am Mon,Fr

Pricing

$35perclassor $5perdropinor $0withSilverSneakers,Silver&Fit,RenewActive,orOne Pass

AQUA FITNESS - AGE 55+

For Ages 55 and older Live 2 B Healthy's trainers are all nationally certified fitness professionals with a strong background in older adult fitness This new aqua fitness course is a great way to exercise with low impact to joints It will help strengthen muscles and bones all while having fun in the water! Our trainers are professional and supportive and know how to ensure participants are safe, working to their own best ability levels and HAVING A GOOD TIME! All equipment is provided Please wear swim wear The Wildcat Community Center pool is always at 81 83 degrees

2780Jan WCC Jan10Feb2 1111:45am Tue, Thu 2780March WCC Mar14Apr6 1111:45am Tue, Thu

Pricing

$40perclassor $5perdropinor $0withSilverSneakers

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Christie Christie Pehoski Kelly Nygard
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Health, Fitness & Wellness ADULT

HEALTHY EATING

Collette Colucci

"You, as a caregiver, can't do your best unless your body has the energy it needs from eating healthy foods three times a day " (Frank Broyles) Identify some healthy eating habits related to stress due to caregiving, how to plan healthy meals and snacks and learn how to reach your goals

5518W23 WCC Jan3 12:30pm Tue $5

CAREGIVER ESSENTIALS

Collette Colucci

Understanding the impact of providing care to an older adult, help create balance and become aware of community resources

5519W23 Virtual Feb7 1011:30am Tue $5

DIAGNOSED WITH DEMENTIA - NOW WHAT?

Collette Colucci

When someone is diagnosed with dementia, friends and family have many questions This class will cover care planning for caregivers and discuss what dementia is and how it affects the diagnosed person and the people who provide care Learn about the warning signs, find out what is fact or myth about dementia, be aware of community resources and how to plan after a diagnosis.

5521W23 Virtual Apr4 121:30pm Tue $5

STRESS AWARENESS

Knowing is knowledge and will help alleviate stresses coming from the unknown, best laid plans can change. Identify your stressors and the source of your stress, learn what actions to take to reduce the amount of stress in your life that impacts how you provide care to someone else

5520W23 WCC Mar7 12:30pm Tue $5

CAREGIVING: MAKING MEMORIES

Collette Colucci

Caregiver will focus on what is still possible instead of what is no longer possible. It is still possible to live and love when someone you love is living with a chronic incurable disease

5522W23 WCC May2 12:30pm Tue $5

ARTHRITIS! YOU HAVE IT, NOW WHAT?

Brianna Ludtke

Learn everything you need to know about arthritis including: what it is, how it starts, why it hurts, what makes it worse, how you can prevent it from getting worse, and how to stay moving pain free

REDUCE SPORTS INJURY RISK IN YOUTH ATHLETES

ACL sports injuries have been on the rise consistently for several years These injuries are impacting athletes at younger and younger ages, and keep them from enjoying and participating fully in their sport through high school and college. Most importantly, these injuries impact their physical health for decades to come Learn about the most common sports injury affecting kids today, ACL tears. You'll learn the main risk factors for these injuries and how to prevent these injuries from happening to your athlete Parents can bring their athletes for free

5517W23 WCC Feb27 67:30pm Mon $10

POSTPARTUM - THE MYTH OF "THE NEW NORMAL"

Brianna Ludtke

Debunk the Myth of Mamas' "New Normal". Learn about the most common postpartum symptoms How common are they? Why do we just accept these symptoms as the "new normal"? Learn about what you CAN do to improve common postpartum symptoms like urinary leaking, uncomfortable prolapse, diastasis recti (stomach gap), tight scar and more

5515W23 WCC Feb8 12pm Wed $10 5516W23 WCC Mar18 1011:30am Sat $10

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ADULT Forever Young Club

FOREVER YOUNG CLUB

Join us as we meet with older, active adults who want to stay connected with others in our community The members of this group will do things together go on day trips, learn new skills and activities and participate in anything the group deems worthy

We will meet Tuesdays from 1:00 2:30 pm, at the Wildcat Community Center unless otherwise noted $25/person annually Sep 2022 Aug 2023

Meetings & Events:

December 20 January 10 January 24 February 7 February 21 March 7

March 21 April 4 April 18 May 2 May 16

ONE ACT PLAY PERFORMANCE & LUNCH

Join us for lunch and entertainment! We'll enjoy a CL High School lunch and then watch the students perform their One Act Play afterward It's sure to be a nice afternoon

5907W23 WCC Jan24 12:453pm Tue $8

CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES PERFORMANCE

The Church Basement Ladies are at it again In the 9th installment of the highly successful series, the year is 1975 and all your favorite characters are back! Whether this is your first visit to the basement or you ’ ve seen ‘ em all, you won’t want to miss this brand new show Come along as the ladies don their polyester pantsuits and sing, dance and laugh their way thru this hilarious and touching new musical, "PLOWIN’ THRU"

5932W23 AmesCenter Feb7 10am4pm Tue $78

RIVER CITY QUARTET PERFORMANCE

Join us as we enjoy the River City Quartet performance! Bob, John, Jim and Dan (yes, part of the Chouinard family!) will be on hand at our Forever Young meeting to entertain us with their beautiful harmonies!

5935W23 WCC Feb21 12:30pm Tue

SENIOR TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP

Bring your device and join us to learn more about your smartphone, tablet or computer Our volunteers can give you individual help with most issues you are having Just write down what you need help with when it happens and bring in your questions There will be a short educational topic each session plus time for individual help We're happy to help!

This is a drop in class, join us when you can! No preregistration required

Tuesdays from 2:30 3:30pm at the WCC

January 17 January 31 February 13

FLYOVER AMERICA

February 28 March 14 March 28 April 11 April 25 May 9

FlyOver America is a ride like no other. You’ll soar over some of the USA’s most iconic locations without leaving Minnesota With wind, scents and mist you’ll feel like you are truly flying! Come see why tourists and locals are calling it the hottest attraction to ever hit Mall of America Lunch will be on your own

5933W23 MallofAmerica Mar7 9:45am2pm Tue $38

SVEN'S CLOG FACTORY TOUR

Meet us at Sven's Clog Factory in Chisago City at 1:00 p.m. for a tour Learn about the business and how they make their hand crafted clogs We'll enjoy coffee and cookies after our tour as we browse their store. Join us!

5934W23 Sven'sClogFactory Mar21 13pm Tue $0

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ABOUT AQUATICS

Our aquatic facility includes a 25 meter wide by 25 yard long eight lane main pool The water depth ranges from 3'6" to 12'. The air temperature is 84 85 degrees and water temperature is 83 84 degrees. The main pool includes an attached diving well of 12' depth with two one meter spring boards We have a separate 10' x 20' wading pool designed just for our preschool classes Depth range is 1' to 1'6", and water temperature is 90 degrees

There is a parent spectator area located near both pools. Pool specific locker rooms, bathrooms, and showers are available on location

AQUATICS

Lap Swim Open Swim

During January through May we will be offering one hour long lap swim sessions. This is a great way to get aerobic exercise in! Check our website for availability

Bring the family by for Open Swim. Our shallow end with a stair entrance is 3ft 6in deep The middle lanes span from 4ft 3in to 5ft deep and our deep end with a 1m diving board is 12ft deep Kids who wish to go in water over their head or the deep end, must pass a swim test. We have a separate wading pool that stays at 90 degrees that spans from 1ft to 1ft 6in deep

Swim Lessons

We offer lessons for 3 year old through middle school age Class sizes range from 3 6 kids Check the QR code on the next page for descriptions of our different class levels. We offer Tadpoles 1 &2, Squirts 1 4, and Youth 1 6

Pool Party & Rentals

Would you like to host a birthday party at the pool? Pool birthday parties include one hour pool use and one hour conference room use for cake and presents

AQUATICS

AQUATICS

We are excited to be able to offer open swim, lap swim and swimming lessons We are continuing our search for lifeguards and swim instructors in order to offer additional programming

LAP & OPEN SWIM

LAP & OPEN SWIM PRICING

OpenSwim (lanesavailable) LapSwim

Monday 11:00am 1:00pm 5:45 6:45pm 6:45 7:45pm

Tuesday 12:00 1:00pm 6:00 7:00am

Wednesday 11:00am 1:00pm 5:45 6:45pm 6:45 7:45pm

Thursday 12:00 1:00pm 6:00 7:00am 5:45 6:45pm 6:45 7:45pm

Friday 6:00 7:00am

Saturday Sunday 3:00 5:00pmor 4:00 6:00pm* *Familiesonly,nolapswim

SWIM LESSON INFORMATION

Winter Session Spring Session

January 8 February 21

Registration opens December 2 at 8:00am No class Tuesday, January 31

March 20 April 26 Registration opens February 6th at 8:00am

LESSON PRICING

Tadpole 1

Lap & Open Swim $5 per registration Family Only Open Swim $10 per family of 4

$5 per person after

Registration is required Please visit: www isd2144 ce eleyo com to register

**There will be no open or lap swim on home swim meet nights

As we hire additional lifeguards, Open Swim opportunities will become more frequent.

SWIM LESSONS

Sunday Tuesday

12:30 1:00pm 5:40 6:10pm Tadpole 2 Squirt 1 1:20 1:50pm 6:30 7:00pm Squirt 2 Squirt 3 2:10 2:40pm 6:30 7:00pm Squirt 4 Youth 1 12:30 1:10pm 5:40 6:20pm Youth 2 Youth 3 1:20 2:00pm 6:30 7:10pm Youth 4 Youth 5 2:10 2:50pm 7:20 8:00pm Youth 6

LEVEL INFORMATION

For questions about lesson placement, please contact our Aquatics Program Manager, Luke Weyandt at lweyandt@isd2144.org or 651 213 2604.

For information on what is covered in each lesson, please scan the QR code Register online at www.isd2144.ce.eleyo.com

$70 $130 $180 $140
Individual 2 Children 3 Children 1 on 1
for 6 lessons Contact Luke for additional information Lessons are six, once a week for 30 40 minutes
Private Lessons
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WILDCAT COMMUNITY CENTER 4 full size gyms 12 adjustable basketball hoops Combined, the 4 gyms facilitate 4 volleyball courts, 4 tennis courts, 6 pickleball courts, and 2 batting cages 5 lane running track Hosts open gyms, in house programs, events, practices and rentals GYMNASIUMS Overlooking the gyms is a three lane walking/jogging track 8 laps around is 1 mile No charge for district residents to use the track WALKING TRACK 2,500 square foot Features a variety of cardio and weight machines CARDIO ROOM 3,000 square foot Features a variety of free weights WEIGHT ROOM 2,500 square foot space for public or private use Accommodates up to 50 people COMMUNITY ROOM 8 lane main pool Separate wading pool designed for infants and preschoolers Hot tub COMMUNITY POOL 29330 Olinda Trail Lindstrom, MN LOCATION Monday Friday 5:30am 9:00pm Saturday 7:30am 6:00pm Sunday 12:00 6:00pm *Hours are subject to change, please check our online schedule regularly at www isd2144 org/ce HOURS December 24 Closed December 25 Closed December 31 Closed January 1 Closed HOLIDAY HOURS Mon/Wed/Fri: 7:00 10:00am Thursday: 5:00 7:00pm Sundays: 3:30 5:30pm Starting in November 2022 Mondays: 7:00 8:45pm Wednesday nights Tennis Friday nights Baseball/Softball batting cages On the days below, we will dedicate one gym for sport specific use No reservations are required, first come first served Pickleball Volleyball Starting in February 2023 SPORT SPECIFIC OPEN GYMS 32 April 7 closed April 9 closed

MEMBERSHIP RATES

YEARLY

PRICING

DAILY PASS PRICING

MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS

Student* Anyone 13 21 with a valid student ID *Grade 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times Grades 7 12 must complete a fitness orientation to access weight room & cardio room

Adult Anyone 18+ (even those living at home)

Family Main member, spouse/significant other, and unlimited children (ages 18 and under) residing at the same address.

*Rates including aquatics package coming by summer 2023*

WALKING TRACK INFORMATION

The walking track is free for all district residents Participants must register before accessing the track

Non residents can pay $5 per day or $10 per month to access the walking track Non resident families can pay $10 per day or $20 per month to access the walking track.

WCC MEMBERS HAVE FULL ACCESS OF:

Cardio room Weight room Walking track

1 open basketball court Discounted fitness classes Locker rooms with showers

OPEN GYMS

Sport specific open gyms set on certain days and times

Our goal is to have 1 gym available for member use at all times

HEALTH CARE REIMBURSEMENTS

The Wildcat Community Center supports various insurance reimbursement programs through the use of NICHA, Silver Sneakers, Prime Fitness, and Renew Active Contact your insurance company for requirements and eligibility. Not all plans by providers include the fitness reimbursement benefit

MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION

To become a member, please visit the WCC during our open hours Please bring the following:

Driver's license Form of payment debit or credit card must be on file for monthly and yearly memberships Full payment is required at time of registration

PERSONAL TRAINING

The perfect way to begin exercise, train for events, or take your workout to the next level Private or buddy sessions are available Private Sessions (45 Minutes) Buddy (2 people) 45 minute sessions

MEMBERSHIP
Resident Non-Resident Student $180 $260 Adult $240 $320 Family $380 $450 MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP PRICING Resident Non-Resident Student $25 $30 Adult $30 $40 Family $40 $55
COMMUNITY CENTER
Resident Non Resident Student $5 $10 Adult $5 $10 Family $15 $25 WILDCAT
1 session $65 3 sessions $180 6 sessions $342 12 sessions $660 3 sessions $90 per person 6 sessions $171 per person 12 sessions $330 per person
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WE DISTRIBUTE A COMBINED 42,000 CATALOGS EACH YEAR. BY ADVERTISING WITH COMMUNITY EDUCATION, YOUR MESSAGE CAN REACH THEM TOO! • OUR FULL COLOR CATALOGS ARE DISTRIBUTED 3 TIMES A YEAR: FALL, WINTER/SPRING AND SUMMER. • DISTRIBUTION IS HANDLED BY A COMBINATION OF MAIL, EMAIL, EVENT OUTREACH AND SCHOOL DISTRIBUTION TO CHISAGO LAKES AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES. 34 2023 FREE public admission Businesses Vendors Food & entertainment Fun for the whole family! Join us for fresh ideas for home improvement, building, remodeling, landscaping and more! February 25 10:00am - 4:00pm February 26 11:00am - 3:00pm Wildcat Community Center Be a part of the Expo! Scan the QR code for additional information and to register to be a vendor! Advertise with us! We distribute a combined 42,000 catalogs each year. By advertising with Community Education, your message can reach them too! Our full color catalogs are distributed 3 times a year: Fall, Winter/Spring and Summer Distribution to Chisago Lakes and surrounding communities Scan the QR code for additional information and advertisement pricing
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REGISTRATION

PAYMENTS

Community Education collects and processes payment information at the time of registration We accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express

ACCOUNT INFORMATION

Please be sure to review and update all user information including payment information, payer and participant names, address, phone numbers, emergency contacts and email addresses

CANCELLED CLASSES

Community Education reserves the right to cancel any event, class or program. Community Education will make efforts to contact registrants 48 hours before the scheduled start of the activity Refunds will be given if a cancellation occurs

If Chisago Lakes School District closes or releases students early due to weather concerns, Community Education activities will also be cancelled For updated information, please check the district website at www isd2144 org or Chisago Lakes Community Education Facebook page

WITHDRAW FROM A CLASS

If you need to cancel, notify us at 651 213 2600 at least 3 working days prior to the class begin date We will refund the class fee minus a $3 processing fee

Full refunds will be used for cancelled classes

Refunds will not be given after the class has started

Chisago Lakes Community Education contracts with software providers to securely collect and maintain registration information. Data you provide is used only for the purposes of administering Community Education programs. This information is considered private and will be kept confidential between Community Education and the registered account owner/payer.

REGISTRATION POLICIES

NON-ENDORSEMENT DISCLAIMER

The information provided by the instructor is intended for educational purposes only and not as a substitute for professional advice Written materials provided by the instructor are not controlled by Chisago Lakes Community Education and are not guaranteed for accuracy, timeliness or completeness

CLASS FINE PRINT

Supervision is provided for participants only during the listed activity hours We cannot be responsible for anyone arriving early or left waiting after the scheduled ending time.

Participation in any Community Education program, class or activity is voluntary Participants, and parents of participants, hold the department and district free from liability in case of accidents of any nature

MEDIA RELEASE

Chisago Lakes School District has the right to publish my or my child's likeness, photograph, name, words and/or artistic works; and/or my likeness, photograph, and the same to be published in any form or medium (for example: print, electronic, video, social media, etc.)

To decline, I will provide written notice at the time of registration

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