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MONDAY

MONDAY

ZUMBA CLASSES ZUMBA CLASSES

WITH SHANNON MCMEEL Miller Hill Elementary Gym Tuition: see below* Instructor: Shannon McMeel Certified Zumba Instructor

6:30-7:45 p.m. Open enrollment Mon. & Wed.

*Punch cards can be purchased through Adult Ed. that will be good for classes until June, 2012. $70.00 for a 10 class punch card $120.00 for a 20 class punch card Mail your payment in and your card will be mailed to you (or other arrangements can be made.) Ditch the workout ... join the party! Zumba is a Latin-inspired, dance-fitness program that incorporates various rhythms into a fun and effective workout that has been moving millions of people around the world to overall joy and health. The format combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt your body with easy-to-follow steps in a high energy, party-like atmosphere. No prior dance experience is required. Optional Abdominal workout included after class! Comfortable workout clothes, low tread sneakers, water bottle, and mat (for optional abs) are required.

5-HOUR PRE-LICENSING COURSE High School Room 102 3:30-8:30 p.m. Tuition: $45.00 1 evening Instructor: Bell’s Auto Driving School Dates offered: March 12 , April 30, May 21, June 11 The 5-hour Pre-licensing Course is a pre-requisite for obtaining a New York State Driver’s License. Those wishing to enroll in the course may do so with the secretary in the Counseling Center at the high school, Monday – Friday. You may also register by mailing the form on the back of this brochure with your payment. Please allow time for mailed payments to reach us to guarantee your seat in class. You must bring to class your valid NYS Learner’s Permit. All participants must be enrolled by the Friday morning before the class begins. For walk-ins and Monday registrants, a late fee of $5.00 will be added and seats are not guaranteed if the class is filled.

INDOOR WALKING Averill Park High School Fee: $5.00* Date: Through June 11, 2012

6:00-8:00 p.m. Monday-Friday

Get into shape by walking in a warm, safe environment during the cold season. Indoor walking for Adult Education participants is scheduled on the second floor hallway at the high school only. If registering by mail, you must wait to receive your pass in the mail before you begin walking. Your pass MUST be worn every time you walk. Please enter through the main front doors.

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INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED BALLROOM AND LATIN DANCE West Sand Lake Cafeteria Tuition: $75.00 per person Instructor: Ron Tritto*

MONDAY DEXIE’S EXERCISE CLASSES **All registrations and payments are handled by Dexie only. Please call 674-8185 to register.

7:00-8:30 p.m. 8 weeks Class starts: February 27

This class is for experienced dancers who have completed both Ballroom and Swing & Latin classes. The focus of the class will be American style Smooth and Rhythm dances to be determined by the instructor. Ron Tritto of “Learntadance Dance Studio” is a professionally certified dance instructor with many years of teaching experience.

* Please check with your physician prior to beginning any new physical activity.

Dexie Turner is a Certified Personal Trainer with 31 years of experience. Using body awareness, correct exercise alignment and safe reliable movements, maximum results will be provided, in a non-competitive atmosphere.

Algonquin Cafeteria Start Date: March Call Dexie 674-8185 for exact date and to register Tuition $80.00 Seniors (62 and older) $64.00 Taking an additional class costs $50.00 *Call Dexie for information on the summer session. All classes require comfortable clothing and a mat for the floor work. ***********************************************

Class I: Weight Training- with free weights Class meets twice a week, March-May No music in this class. You provide your own weights.

MISS BROWN’S CUPCAKE CLUB KIDS’ HOLIDAY CUPCAKE DECORATING CLASS

Mon. / Tues. / Wed. / Thurs. 5:00-6:00 pm Wed. 6:15-7:15 pm Mon. / Thurs. 7:15-8:15 pm ***********************************************

High School Room 247 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Tuition: $48.00 Dates: March 12 & 19 and April 2 & 16 Instructor: Jennifer Brown

Class meets 3 times a week, March-May

*Taught by former Kindergarten Teacher, Miss Brown from West Sand Lake Elementary School! Open to grades 3-5. Calling all 3rd-5th grade students out there! Who loves cupcakes???? Well, if you do, come and join Miss Brown, who loves them too!!! Not only are we going to bake our cupcakes from scratch, but we are also going to decorate them based on the holiday of the month!! Maximum # of students per class is 12, so register early!! Class will start promptly at 6:00 p.m. and parents are welcome to stay. Hope to see you there!!! MISS BROWN -

Class II: Body Works Great music to energize and ultimately relax you. Light weights may be used but are not required.

Mon. / Tues. / Thurs

6:15-7:15 pm

Using the disciplines of weight training, Pilates & Yoga, Class I and Class II will promote: muscle tone, strength, endurance and power….improve bone density….increase metabolism….dramatically improve core strength with the abdominal and balance work. These classes will also enhance flexibility, posture and breathing capacity while relieving tension & promoting vitality. *************************************************

Class III: Stretching Class meets twice a week, March-May Wonderful, soft and relaxing music. Shoes or socks. Tues. / Wed.

7:15-8:15 pm

Using the disciplines of stretching through Yoga and Pilates, Class III will promote muscle strength, endurance, performance…improve the capacity of ligaments, tendons, and joints to give you improved flexibility, range of motion, better posture and balance…enhance breathing capacity…increase circulation to refresh the body and assist with pain management…relieve stress and tension while promoting vitality, well being and good night’s sleep. You will leave feeling completely refreshed and relaxed.


MONDAY

TUESDAY

DIGITAL CAMERA BASICS

BUILD YOUR OWN BACKYARD WATER GARDEN

Algonquin Middle School PFA 6

Tuition: $25.00 Instructor: Pete Ross

6:00-8:00 p.m.

1 evening March 26

Learn the basic functions of your camera with one on one time from the instructor. Explore different settings on your camera. Understand what settings to use for different situations. Students are welcome to bring their camera into class (but not required). Students that do have a camera, please bring batteries/charger and your owner’s manual.

High School Room 125 Tuition: $25.00 Instructor: Ed Duncan, Jr.

TUESDAY

6:30-8:00 p.m. 2 evenings March 13 & 20

Transform your backyard setting into a beautiful and peaceful water garden. Building a backyard garden pond can be great fun. Class one will cover selecting a location, what materials are needed and cost, construction steps including waterfall building ideas. Class two will cover maintenance, growing aquatic plants, algae control, pond fish and more. Time will be allowed for questions after each class.

Class being taught by Ed Duncan, Jr. of Eddie’s Aquarium and the Water Garden Co. Ed has successfully designed and built over 300 water features since 1985.

WORKING WITH DIGITAL PICTURES Algonquin Middle School PFA 6

Tuition: $25.00 Instructor: Pete Ross

6:00-8:00 p.m.

1 evening April 2

This is a basic class that will allow students to work with / edit picture from multiple media formats (camera, phone, email, internet). Picture storage, editing, formatting, and printing will be covered. We will explore Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 formats. Students will get a chance to use Microsoft Office Picture Manager (free software that comes with Microsoft office). Students are welcome to bring their own laptop, digital cameras, cell phones, external hard drives, and/ or flash drives. Please bring all cables for these devices.

ARTHRITIS~ Preventative Care, Exercise & Nutritional Considerations High School Room 104 Tuition: $15.00 Instructor: Dr. Richard Shade

INTRODUCTION TO GOLF AT BURDEN LAKE COUNTRY CLUB (Adults ~ 16 years or older) Burden Lake Country Club Tuition: $60.00 Instructor: Brian Hampson

5:45-7:00 p.m. 4 weeks Starting: Tuesday, April 24

Golf is a game you can learn at any age and enjoy for the rest of your life! Join us for a fun and inexpensive 4 week clinic. The clinic will cover the basics of grip, stance and alignment along with iron play, wood play, and short game in addition to rules and etiquette. If you have any questions feel free to speak with Brian prior to signing up by contacting him at 518-674-1770 (BLCC). Spots for this clinic will fill quickly so sign up soon! Maximum of 12 students.

6:30-7:30 p.m. 1 evening March 12

Arthritis has the distinction of being the foremost crippling disease in the U.S. The cost to the American economy is more than 14 billion dollars per year and affects one in every seven people. Doctors of Chiropractic help patients with arthritis everyday. Preventative care, exercise, and nutritional considerations will be discussed as a primary form of treatment against this much too common condition.

PGA Professional, Brian Hampson, is the Head Professional at Burden Lake Country Club. Brian is a 2 time NENY PGA Assistant Professional of the Year and brings over 23 years of teaching and playing experience to the Burden Lake Country Club. SEE WEDNESDAY FOR GOLF THAT INCLUDES CHILDREN!!!

PRINTMAKING AND MASK MAKING AGES 11-14 (Middle School) Algonquin Middle School PFA 3 Tuition: $25.00 Instructor: Matthew Bergmann Art Teacher

6:00-7:00 p.m. 4 evening Class starts: March 6

Students will learn how to do Printmaking and Mask Making. Print Making: They will design and carve their own block prints. Mask Making: students will create, paint and decorate their plaster masks.

GETTING THE MOST FROM YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY High School Room 143 Tuition: $12.00 Instructor: Glen Clermont Halliday Financial Advisors

6:30-8:00 p.m. 1 evening March 20

Are you aware that a few key decisions can make a big difference in the amount of your Social Security benefit? Learn strategies to maximize your benefit by attending a brief and informative seminar. This session will cover: * Key Social Security benefit decisions * Simple steps that can help maximize your benefit * How to get started * Did you Know – 74% of retired Americans are collecting a reduced Social Security benefit – likely because they are unaware of options that may increase their benefit payments.

TOLE & DECORATIVE PAINTING WITH JODI High School Room 135 Tuition: $60.00 * Instructor: Jodi Snyder

6:30-9:30 p.m. 6 weeks * Session I-starts February 28 * Session II-starts April 24 *All registration must be received 2 weeks prior to class for supplies to be ordered.

Anyone can learn to paint! You will learn many of the basic strokes of Tole Painting and become familiar with decorative painting terms and techniques. Beginners as well as those who have painted before are most welcome. Students will paint at least two projects during this six week course. Prior students bring usual supplies; new students should bring a water container and paper towels. *New students will need to make the one time purchase of a brush kit at the cost of $20.00 from the instructor on the first night of class. (Returning students may also purchase this kit by contacting Jodi.) A supply fee for all participants for paint used during class, and painting surfaces will be $20.00 also to be paid to the instructor on the first night. You may call Jodi at 766-0017 with any questions on projects or supplies.

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TUESDAY

TUESDAY

TUESDAY

STOP ADD/ADHD: a Drugless Approach to Optimal Health

PIYO (PILATES/YOGA) WITH KERI STERN

BEGINNING KNITTING

High School Room 104 Tuition: $15.00 Instructor: Dr. Amy Burelson

7:00-8:30 p.m. 1 evening February 28

Almost 2 million children have been diagnosed with ADHD in the United States. Recent studies have implicated the drugs used to treat these conditions with an increased risk of cancer and heart disease. These conditions are not deficiencies in Ritalin, Concerta, or other drugs. Learn how moderate exercise and several key nutrition points can reduce or even eliminate ADD/ADHD, Hyperactivity.

YOGA FOR CURVY BODIES Algonquin Middle School-Steve Beebie Conference Room Tuition: $65.00 6:00-7:15 p.m Instructor: Stephanie Jubic 6 weeks Session I- starts March 6 Session II-starts April 24

Miller Hill Gym 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuition: $85.00 10 classes per session Instructor: Keri Stern Session I: starts February 28 AFAA Instructor Session II: starts April 17 This class meets on Tuesday & Thursday Enjoy a relaxed body and a tension free mind while practicing PiYo and replenish yourself for the day ahead. You will improve flexibility and blood circulation through stretching; tone and strengthen muscles using isometric holds (for minimal joint movement), and promote focus and concentration using postures of balance. Controlling the breath will induce calmness to further the benefits, including prevention of ailments and maintenance of health. Surrounded by a comfortable, non-competitive environment, PiYo (Pilates and Yoga combined) will profit your entire self. There is no need for expensive equipment or clothing so this low cost alternative is great for all. A sticky mat (or large towel) and bare feet are preferred. For more information, please email Kstern5@nycap.rr.com or call 674-7301.

High School Faculty Room 7:00-9:00 p.m. Tuition: $48.00 * * 8 evenings Instructor: June Kinerson Class starts: April 17 Must register by April 6 so materials can be ordered. *Class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays Come join us for four weeks of stress free lessons that consist of a total of 16 hours of classroom instruction. The lessons will consist of learning how to create two cast on methods, bind off, learn knit and purl stitches, garter stitch, ribbing. You will learn how to make a swatch, check your gauge, and how to read a knitting pattern. *Materials you will need to purchase for the first class are: 1-4 oz. skein and 1-3 oz.(different colors) of light colored acrylic or wool worsted wt. 4 ply yarn-no variegated yarn, a crochet hook (size F), notebook, small scissors, tape measure, and pen/pencil. *A material fee of approximately $15.00 (to be paid directly to the instructor) will be collected on the first night of class to cover the cost of the appropriate size and type of knitting needles and row counter which the instructor will have purchased for you. Students may contact the instructor if necessary at 674-8141 until 8:00 p.m.

LEARN THE ART OF SEAT CANING Experience relaxation and the healing power of yoga while celebrating your own unique body. Yoga isn’t just for gymnasts, dancers, and the young. It is a powerful system of health and transformation that serves all ages, body types and fitness levels. Yoga for Curvy Bodies is a gentle 6-week yoga course designed to let you tap into the strength and resilience of your body as it is right now. Through breath and movement we will explore the power of the body, mind and spirit connection.

High School Room 130 Tuition: $12.00 per class * Instructor: Penny Gebhard

6:30-8:30 p.m. Number of evenings to be determined by the project need Start date: April 3

(Initial registration fee of $12.00 must be mailed in as registration for this course.)

PAYING FOR COLLEGE WITHOUT GOING BROKE High School Room 102 Tuition: $12.00 Instructor: Halliday Financial Advisors

6:30-8:00 p.m. 1 evening March 27 Before

Find out how to pay for college, how financial aid works and what you can do now to plan ahead for paying for the high cost of your child’s education. Topics will include what the college looks for when giving out student scholarships, the financial aid application process, financial aid programs, college savings plans and tuition tax breaks. A sample case study will be provided to explain how an actual financial aid award is determined. Get the knowledge and information needed to be successful in using financial aid to provide more choices for your child’s college educational opportunities and to be better prepared for meeting the cost of a college education, It’s never too early to plan! Especially designed for parents of senior high school students who are now freshman, sophomores and juniors.

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It’s time to get that old chair seat repaired! Enroll in this class and learn to do the job yourself. Both pressed and woven cane techniques can be taught in this class. Bring your project to the first class-we will remove the old caning properly (if necessary). First night of class will be used to determine a plan and materials needed for each individual’s piece to be worked on. Second night of class will be on April 17 and a schedule will be worked out for each project (and style of caning) and number of evenings needed to complete the project. *Material fee is not included in the tuition. Materials will be ordered and available by the second class. Individual material fees will be due to the instructor at the second class.

BEGINNING CROCHET High School Faculty Room Tuition: $48.00 * Instructor: June Kinerson

7:00-9:00 p.m. * 8 evenings Class starts: May 15

Must register by May 4 so materials can be ordered. *Class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays Come join us for four weeks of stress free lessons that consist of a total of 16 hours of classroom instruction. The lessons will consist of learning how to create two cast on methods, bind off, learn knit and purl stitches, garter stitch, ribbing. You will learn how to make a swatch, check your gauge, and how to read a knitting pattern. *Materials you will need to purchase for the first class are: 1-4 oz. skein and 1-3 oz.(different colors) of light colored acrylic or wool worsted wt. 4 ply yarn-no variegated yarn, a crochet hook (size F), notebook, small scissors, tape measure, and pen/pencil. *A material fee of approximately $15.00 (to be paid directly to the instructor) will be collected on the first night of class to cover the cost of the appropriate size and type of knitting needles and row counter which the instructor will have purchased for you. Students may contact the instructor if necessary at 674-8141 until 8:00 p.m.


TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

WEDNESDAY

EXERCISE: BOOT CAMP FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS

BEGINNING BALLROOM DANCE (Foxtrot, Waltz and Tango)

WORKING WITH iTUNES/APPLE PRODUCTS

Algonquin Middle School Cafeteria 2:30-3:30 p.m. Tuition: $48.00 6 afternoons Instructor: Keri Stern Session starts: February 28

Hey Middle School students!! Looking for something to do after school that will be beneficial to your health but still fun? Join in on the boot camp for your age only class. Using a variety of challenging exercise routines, this boot camp will provide a full body workout tailored to your ability. Support and motivation are a must in this all inclusive program of cardio, body weight exercises, interval and strength training. Get your body in a better physical shape!!

WEDNESDAY GET YOUR ESTATE “HOUSE” IN ORDER...WILLS, HEALTH CARE PROXIES AND POWER OF ATTORNEY High School Room 102 Tuition: $12.00 pp/ $20.00 per couple Instructor: Robert Randall, Esq.

7:00-9:00 p.m. 1 evening March 28

Have you made your Will so that your family is protected and taken care the way you want? Think only the rich people need estate planning? FALSE! Small estates can LEAST afford the high cost of mistakes. Assume estate planning is always complicated and expensive? FALSE! Simple steps now can save you and your heirs a lot of money, time and worry. • Learn what a Will is for and what happens if you die without one. • Understand the difference between a Will and a Trust. • Protect assets from the cost of long term care, through: Gifting, Transfers to a Trust (i.e. Medicaid Trust), NYS Partnership for Long Term Care • Weigh the benefits and risks of a Power of Attorney. • Maintain independence and avoid guardianship proceedings. • Appreciate how important a Health Care Proxy is to YOU. • See how one Custodian can make your investment management easier & safer • Don’t be uninformed or misinformed! Attend this interesting overview.

West Sand Lake Cafeteria Tuition: $50.00* per person Instructor: Ron Tritto**

7:00-8:00 p.m. 8 weeks Class starts: February 29

Are you are like many people who dread weddings and other social events because you never really learned to dance? This class will surely make you more comfortable on the dance floor. This is your chance to learn how to dance in a relaxed, comfortable setting that’s affordable. Learn American style smooth ballroom dances consisting of Foxtrot, Waltz, and Tango. Singles and couples are welcome. Dance classes require mild exercise, it is recommended you consult your physician prior to participating.

*Register for both beginner classes and receive 50% off second class.

Tuition: $25.00 Instructor: Pete Ross

6:00-8:00 p.m.

1 evening March 28

Have an apple product that you would like to know more about (iphone, ipad, ipod touch, ipod, apple tv). Come learn how to use iTunes to set up these products. Organize music, movies, and pictures. Students will have one on one time with the instructor to go over settings. Students can bring in their laptops to connect devices. Students are encouraged to bring in their apple products. Please remember cables!

BASIC MICROSOFT WORD

**Ron Tritto of “Learntadance Dance Studio, is a professionally certified ballroom dance teacher, having taught in professional dance studios in the Capital District. He is a member of the International Dance and Exercise Association.

BEGINNER’S SWING & LATIN DANCE (East Coast Swing, Rumba & Cha Cha) West Sand Lake Cafeteria Tuition: $50.00* per person Instructor: Ron Tritto**

Algonquin Middle School PFA 6

8:00-9:00 p.m. 8 weeks Class starts: February 29

Stop watching from your chair at social events and get up and join the fun!! If you want to become more comfortable on the dance floor, here is your chance to learn how in a relaxed, comfortable setting that’s affordable! Learn American style rhythm dances consisting of East Coast Swing, Rumba and Cha Cha. Single and couples welcome! Dance classes require mild exercise, it is recommended you consult your physician prior to participating.

*Register for both beginner classes and receive 50% off second class. See above class.

Algonquin Middle School PFA 6

Tuition: $25.00 Instructor: Pete Ross

6:00-8:00 p.m.

1 evening April 4

Come explore Microsoft Word. Students will get hands on lessons, from saving files, text editing, formatting, document layout, toolbar commands, formatting pictures, and Q&A. Students will complete several activities that use many basic functions of Microsoft Word. This is a basic class so the pace is slower. We will be using Office 2003. Feel free to bring a flash drive but not required.

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT Algonquin Middle School PFA 6

Tuition: $25.00 Instructor: Pete Ross

6:00-8:00 p.m.

1 evening April 18

Come explore Microsoft PowerPoint. Students will get hands on lessons, from saving files, text editing, formatting, document layout, toolbar commands, formatting pictures, and Q&A. Students will complete several activities that use many basic functions of Microsoft PowerPoint. In addition students will learn how to set up a timed presentation, we will use animation, inserting pictures, movies, and sounds. Feel free to bring in pictures or videos to use in class. This is a basic class so the pace is slower. We will be using Office 2003. Feel free to bring a flash drive but not required.

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WEDNESDAY INTRODUCTION TO GOLF FOR ADULT/CHILD @Burden Lake Country Club Burden Lake Country Club Tuition: $60.00 per person Instructor: Brian Hampson

5:45-7:00 p.m. 4 weeks Starting: Wed., April 25

This evening class is design so parents/grandparents or even a friend who has a child interested in learning to golf can learn the basics. Class will cover grip, stance and alignment along with iron play, wood play, and short game in addition to rules and etiquette. If you have any questions feel free to speak with Brian prior to signing up by contacting him at 518674-1770 (BLCC). Spots for this clinic will fill quickly so sign up soon! Maximum of 12 students. PGA Professional, Brian Hampson, is the Head Professional at Burden Lake Country Club. Brian is a 2 time NENY PGA Assistant Professional of the Year and brings over 23 years of teaching and playing experience to the Burden Lake Country Club.

ENERGY MATTERS!! Bring Health and Vitality Back to the Body

Algonquin Middle School Library 6:00-8:00 p.m. Tuition: $35.00 1 evening Instructor: Kathleen Fisk Class starts: March 28 SBS, Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor This workshop will demonstrate how to manipulate your meridians (energy pathways) through simple tapping or massaging to bring harmony and vitality to the body. In this interactive class you will experience subtle yet powerful ways of selfcare. You will receive a systematic way to: mobilize and restore energy; keep your immune system strong amid stress; sharpen your memory; relieve tension headaches and restore clarity and balance hormones. This information is an empowering way to take responsibility for your health and happiness.

PREPARING FOR THE S.A.T. High School Room 133 Tuition: $40.00 Instructors: Diane Keith Connie Clemans

6:30-8:00 p.m. 6 evenings Class starts: March 21 Class size limited

This course is designed to prepare and familiarize students with the important Scholastic Aptitude Test. The course will teach strategies for problem solving, vocabulary development, reading comprehension, sentence completion, comparing reading passages and identifying sentence errors (math, verbal and writing sections). Material to be presented should give the students direction and familiarize them with the format and expectations of the test. Handouts will be given, and students will be expected to put in the effort and come to each class with any questions they may have. **Students are encouraged to buy the Barron’s S.A.T. Review Book but it is not mandatory for the class. Class starts promptly at 6:30 as some timed sections will be administered.

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WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

JEWELRY MAKING (Ages 16 and older)

SPRING FLORAL CENTERPIECE

High School Faculty Room Tuition: $20.00*

6:00-7:30 p.m. 1 evening

Instructor: Noreen Wilson

April 18

Take time from your busy schedule to so something fun and relaxing for yourself. Discover the world of beads and the beautiful jewelry you can create. We will be creating a hand knotted necklace with Swarovski Crystals and Freshwater Pearls on silk. *Material fee will be an additional cost of $20.00 to be paid directly to the instructor on the first night of class.

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Flowers in the Park* 6:00-7:00 p.m. Tuition: $14.00* 1 evening Instructor: Joan Church April 5 Register no later than Wednesday, March 28 so supplies can be ordered. Make a beautiful spring arrangement with iris, tulips and other spring flowers in a birds nest with an adorable mushroom bird nestled in the flowers. Just in time for your Easter table centerpiece. Bring to class something to cut with like a knife or garden shears. *A material fee of $17.50 will be collected by the instructor at the class.

Flowers in the Park is located in the center of Averill Park across from The Lakeview Restaurant and Young’s Pharmacy on Rt. 43.

YOGA FOR ALL LEVELS High School Library Tuition: $65.00 Instructor: Victoria Plotsky

6:00-7:15 p.m. 6 weeks Session I: starts Feb. 9 Session II: starts March 29 Session III: starts May 17

Renew, restore and relax. Come practice yoga in a caring and supportive environment. Nourish your body, mind and spirit through yoga postures, breathing exercises and relaxation techniques. Perfect for beginners or anyone who wishes to deepen their practice. Please bring a mat or blanket, and a pillow. Wear comfortable clothing. Vicky’s practice is heartfelt, solid, and inspired by traditional yoga teachings.

DEFENSIVE DRIVING High School Room 102 Either 2 evenings Tuition: $40.00 or 1 Saturday per session Instructor: Bell’s Auto Driving School Dates: Thurs., March 22 & 29, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Sat., May 5, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m Tues., June 12 & 19, 6:30-9:30 p.m. This course will allow New York State motorists to receive a 10% discount on motor vehicle liability and collision insurance premiums for a three year period. Drivers who have incurred violation points on their driving record will be eligible to receive a 4 point reduction. The course is certified with the Department of Motor Vehicles and the National Safety Council. The program consists of six hours of classroom instruction including videos, lecture and discussion. Students will be taught accident prevention techniques along with useful refresher information. Course materials include a student workbook and a New York State Driver’s Manual. Payment should be received 3 days prior to the class. Walk-ins and late registrations will be charged an additional $5.00 fee and seats are not guaranteed if the class is filled.

CPR FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS Miller Hill Elementary School Library 6:00-8:30 p.m. Tuition: $25.00 1 evening Instructor: Johanna Flanigan March 29 Please register 2 weeks in advance so books can be ordered. CPR for Family and Friends is an American Heart Association course designed to teach lay rescuers the basics of CPR. This program uses both practice-while-watching format to teach skills in CPR, AED use and the relief of choking victims. The course is intended for college-dorm resident assistants, athletes, community groups, workplace wellness programs or people who simply want to learn CPR and who do not require certification. This course covers adult, child, and infant CPR, the use of an AED and adult, child and infant choking relief.

BUYING OR SELLING A HOME High School Room 102 Tuition: $10.00 pp/$15.00 per couple Instructor: Robert Randall, Esq.

7:00-9:00 p.m. 1 evening April 19

Don’t take chances with the single most important investment you are likely to make! Learn how to protect yourself and maximize your assets when buying or selling a home. In this course we will look at the entire purchase and sale transaction from pre-contact negotiations to closing. We will explore the advantages and disadvantages of buying or selling without a realtor – which option is right for you? We will also cover important topics such as septic, water and structural testswhat to expect and who pays; mortgages and mortgage contingencies; title insurance and filing fees; taxes and the role of attorneys (the bank’s and yours). Be informed!


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THURSDAY

BASIC KARATE FOR BEGINNERS (AGES 12 YEARS TO ADULT)

SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN (AGES 12 YEARS TO ADULTS)

West Sand Lake Elementary Cafeteria Tuition: $75.00 Instructor: Terrance Canavan

7:30-8:30 p.m. 6:30-7:30 p.m. West Sand Lake Elementary Cafeteria 8 evening 10 evenings Tuition: $65.00 Class starts: March 8 Starts: March 8 Instructor: Terrance Canavan

Have you ever wanted to try a Karate class, or join a Martial Arts school? Are you even sure that it’s for you? You do not want to get caught up in committed contracts or spend your time and hard earned money without knowing for sure that you want to become a Martial Artist. My temporary 10-week course will provide you with the answers that you are looking for. I will teach you the basic fundamentals of Karate that will help improve your balance, form, and reaction time. Learn basic blocking, kicking, and striking techniques that will increase your speed and power. Discover ways to combine various Karate moves and implement them into 3-5 point self defense techniques. Know what to expect from a Karate school and what commitment and loyalty they will expect from you. Take this class and see if you have an inner “Martial Artist” hidden inside.

BEGINNING DOG TRAINING High School LGI/Parking Lot near Greenhouse) 6 weeks Tuition: $50.00 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Instructor: Dan Fairchild

Don’t send your daughter off to college or out in the world without being able to defend herself. A violent attack is never a planned thing for the victim. It can leave them scarred physically and emotionally for life. Mr. Canavan’s “Introduction to Self Defense” course will teach you the basic skills that are needed in order to protect yourself and the ones you love. Learn how to improve your balance and reaction time, and become aware of your surroundings and potential dangerous situations. Remember, don’t allow yourself to become a victim of violence. Fight back! This class is designed specifically for teens and adults.

FRIDAY INTERMEDIATE TENNIS High School Tennis Courts Tuition: $50.00 Instructor: Scott Stacey

Time & dates TBA due to weather 5 weeks

This class is for students who have had some lessons and/or playing experience. It will include a review of the basic strokes (forehand, backhand, volley, serve, overhead…) and will develop and expand on these fundamentals. There will be increased focus on match strategy for singles and doubles.Please bring your own tennis racquet, plus a can of tennis balls. Any questions, please feel free to send a message to: sstacey@mindspring.com. Minimum of 6 participants. (Adults – 18 years and older)

SATURDAY NEW YORK CITY IN THE SPRINGTIME!! May 19, 2012 $45.00

FRIDAY

Class starts: March 8

Is your dog taking you for a walk instead of you walking him? Is he jumping up on your guests? Maybe it’s time to take your pet to basic dog obedience training! Basic skills to be taught are: sit, stay, down, come, heel, etc. In this course, you will learn behavioral, reward based training. Week two will be without dogs. At this time, participants identify problems and goals for you and your dog. The final week involves a version of the canine good citizen evaluation of your dog. The course is designed for dog owners who want to understand basic dog training for both the home and working dogs in public. If you have a leash at home, bring it with you to class so the instructor can determine if it is what you need. Class size is limited.

ADVANCED DOG TRAINING High School LGI/Parking Lot near Greenhouse) 6 weeks Tuition: $50.00 7:00-8:00 p.m. Instructor: Dan Fairchild Class starts: March 8 This course is a follow up to most basic obedience courses. This course will begin with on lead training, but will move into off lead training as well as the basics of a canine good citizen test and or AKC companion dog certification. The course will not certify dogs for either certification, but will prepare dogs and owners for tests of this kind. The same skills are continued from the basic course: sit, stay, down, come, heel, etc. However, the level of execution is advanced from the basic level. This course is held indoors; dogs MUST be capable of working indoors.

KRIPALU YOGA WITH KATHLEEN (Friday Afternoons) Algonquin Middle School Library Tuition: $96.00 Instructor: Kathleen Fisk

2:45-3:45 p.m. 8 weeks Class starts: March 9

KRIPALU YOGA is the yoga of compassion. You will experience gentle postures, unique breathing techniques and quiet relaxation in a mindful manner that will allow you to release, relax and rejuvenate. Great class after a stressful day at work. This class is open to the public. Kathleen Fisk is a Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor.

BEGINNING TENNIS High School Tennis Courts Tuition: $50.00 Instructor: Scott Stacey

Time & dates TBA due to weather 5 weeks

This class is for students with little or no experience in tennis. Fundamentals of all strokes will be taught, including forehand, backhand, serve, volley and overhead. Scoring and rules will also be addressed. Each class will begin with a stretching and warm-up routine and will include some doubles play. Please bring your own tennis racquet, plus a can of tennis balls. Any questions, please feel free to send a message to sstacey@mindspring.com. Minimum of 6 participants. (Adults – 18 years and older)

Scott Stacey was the Girl’s JV and Boy’s Varsity Tennis coach at Averill Park High School and has his P4A certification from the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR)

Join us for a day discovering New York City! Don’t miss out on the beautiful spring flowers in Central Park and throughout the city. The city has something for everyone - museums, theaters, entertainment and the best shopping possible. Whether you’re heading uptown or down, everything is easily accessible by bus, taxi or subway. Take a trip over to see the famous landmark “The Statue of Liberty” or go to the “Empire State Building.” This trip is not tour-escorted so individuals are on their own to enjoy all that the city has to offer. The bus will pick up promptly at the Averill Park High School at 7:00 a.m. and will return at approximately 10:00 p.m. Departure time from Bryant Park in NYC is 7:00 p.m. We will be traveling with Yankee Trails Charter Bus Company and anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. No smoking is allowed on the bus. There will be a short comfort stop on the way to NYC and on the way home (if needed). All registrations and payments must be received by May 1st. Don’t wait until the last minute or your seat may be taken!

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PUBLIC NOTICE The Averill Park Central School Districts Board of Education, its officers and employees shall not discriminate on the basis of age, color, religion, creed, disability, marital status, veteran status, national origin, race, gender, genetic predisposition, carrier status, sexual orientation in its educational programs, services and activities. This policy of nondiscrimination includes access by all students to educational programs, counseling services for students, course offerings, and student activities, as well as recruitment and appointment of employee and employment pay, benefits, advancement and/or terminations. The Board authorizes the Superintendent of Schools to establish such rules, regulations and procedures necessary to implement and maintain this policy and will comply in good faith with all laws and regulations.

ADDITIONAL GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION The courses offered are open to all area adults and high school students. Senior citizens who have obtained a “Gold Card” may attend the walking program for free and other sporting events and concerts. If you do not currently have a “Gold Card”, you may request one through the District office. The Averill Park Central School District Adult and Continuing Education Program is a self-supporting program and has no bearing on the districts tax rate. Participants are responsible for providing or purchasing any necessary materials or supplies. Registration is on a first come - first serve basis with payment received being the deciding factor. So it is best to sign up early and send payment immediately.

Please fill form out completely. Make checks payable to: APCSD Adult Education Mail to: APCSD Adult Education, B. Lilly, 146 Gettle Rd., Averill Park, NY 12018 Please write a separate check and registration form for each separate course you are registering for and include the name of the course on the bottom of your check. You may put more than one person on a registration form and check if it is the same class. AVERILL PARK ADULT EDUCATION REGISTRATION FORM COURSE______________________________________ COURSE DATE_______________________________ NAME_________________________________________ AMOUNT PAID $ _____________________________ ADDRESS___________________________________________________________________________________ PHONE(HOME)_________________________________________(WORK)______________________________

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