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SPRING & SUMMER 2019 New spring and summer classes inside. Registration is now open: HopkinsCommunityEd.org Building a great place to live

Hopkins Community Education Adult Enrichment


Art classes for every level.

Learn to prepare chef-inspired dinners.

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Art Watercolor Basics Jill Jacobson

Experience a beginning class that will introduce you to the techniques and joy of watercolor painting. Work on group and individual projects. $25 fee is payable to instructor at class and will cover most supplies. #1003: 4 sessions - limit 12 $69 A: Tu., May 7-28 1:00-4:00 pm B: Tu., June 4-25 1:00-4:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 203, all sections

NEW! Abstract Art Painting Intensive Wren Supak

Learn the history of abstract art, then create your own study of abstract art. Finish the day with personal and group critique. Gain an understanding of abstraction’s place in the art world and develop your painting practice. $25 materials fee payable to instructor in class. ** #1019: 1 session - limit 13 $79 Sat., Apr. 13 9:00 am-5:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 203

NEW! About Face Susan Shields

Approach portraiture through multiple media, techniques, and styles, from Classical Realism to Impressionism and beyond. Study the head anatomically, with musculature overlays on skeletal renderings. Sculpt reliefs, draw from plaster casts, work with pastels, and more. #1234: 9 sessions - limit 10 $99 B: Fri., Apr. 5-June 7 3:30-6:15 pm No class Apr. 19 Hopkins Center for the Arts 203

Continuing Watercolor Jill Jacobson

If you have some watercolor experience and your own supplies — join us to be challenged as we review watercolor basics and explore new techniques. Help develop class topics, and enjoy plenty of painting time, sharing, and critique. ** #1005: 4 sessions - limit 15 $69 A: Mon., May 6-June 3 9:30 am-12:30 pm No class May 27 B: Mon., May 6-June 3 1:00-4:00 pm No class May 27 C: Mon., June 10-July 1 9:30 am-12:30 pm D: Mon., June 10-July 1 1:00-4:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 203, all sections

NEW! Alla Prima Oil Painting Jeanne Kenton

NEW! Figure Drawing Susan Shields

Discover a personal means of depicting and drawing the human figure with accuracy, sensitivity, and expression. Develop both observational skills and the ability to draw the figure proportionately. Explore composition, perspective, anatomy, and more. #1175: 9 sessions $129 B: Fri., Apr. 5-June 7 6:15-9:15 pm No class Apr. 19 Hopkins Center for the Arts 203

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Alla Prima — all in one day! We will plan and learn together the first week and then create a new painting from start to finish each of the remaining five weeks! Learn about oil paint, mediums, brushes, canvas, as well as color wheel, mixing, composition, and more. Bring a sketch pad, pencil, eraser, photos, and/or a few magazine pictures to the first class. Please bring paints and brushes of your choice to class as well. This class is for beginning and experienced painters. $20 materials fee payable to instructor at first class. ** #1298: 6 sessions $69 Tu., June 11-July 16 10:00 am-12:30 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 203

Plein Air Painting John Caron

Paint outdoors at local parks, lakes, and city locations. Any painting medium (including pastels) may be used. Meet in the Hopkins Center for the Arts lobby each morning to walk or carpool to our location of the day. ** #1009: 5 sessions - limit 14 $59 Mon.-Fri., July 8-12 9:00 am-12:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts Lobby

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Art Drawing From Observation: Beginning and Continuing Students Jim Clark

Oil Painting John Caron

Learn the time-honored tradition of oil painting in a supportive atmosphere. Explore color, design, paint application, and more. We will also look at the work of other artists for inspiration. All skill levels welcome! ** #1000: 8 sessions - limit 14 $89 B: Tu., Apr. 2-May 21 9:00 am-12:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 203

Lose your fear of drawing! Learn to draw or enhance your skills. Create drawings and learn how to evaluate and talk about art in a positive environment. A great class for beginning and continuing students alike. $20 materials fee payable to instructor at first class. #1004: 7 sessions - limit 14 $99 Wed., May 22-July 10 6:00-9:00 pm No class June 12 Hopkins Center for the Arts 203

Painting With Pastels John Caron

Take your drawings to a new level using vibrant color in pastels! Explore techniques used by Impressionist, Modern, and Contemporary artists to achieve glowing results. ** #1002: 8 sessions - limit 14 $89 B: Tu., Apr. 2-May 21 6:00-9:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 203

NEW! Group and Individual Art Critique: Monthly Meet Up Wren Supak

Learn to analyze your own or another’s work in a supportive environment. Discuss the history, value, and steps of critical analysis of your artwork, followed by a group critique. Bring a work in progress, any medium, and a finished piece for critiquing. Learn critique methods, and use them to grow in your art practice. #1060: 1 session $19 D: Thurs., Apr. 25 6:00-8:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 203

Drawing From Observation: Continuing Students Only Jim Clark

Gain confidence as you enhance your drawing skills and explore advanced techniques, media, and surfaces. Continue to create drawings and learn how to evaluate and talk about art in a positive environment. This class is for continuing drawing students. $20 materials fee payable to instructor at first class. #1022: 7 sessions - limit 14 $99 A: Wed., May 22-July 10 9:30 am-12:30 pm No class June 12 B: Wed., May 22-July 10 2:00-5:00 pm No class June 12 Hopkins Center for the Arts 203, all sections

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NEW! Guided Tour — Hopkins Center for the Arts! Roxanne Wolfe

Whether you’ve been to Hopkins Center for the Arts previously or never stepped foot inside, we’d like to welcome you to a guided tour. Your guide will show you around, talk a bit about the history of the building, and share what happens behind the large glass windows of Hopkins Center for the Arts. Free to attend but registration is required. All ages welcome. #1023: 1 session Free, registration required D: Sat., Apr. 6 11:00-11:45 am Hopkins Center for the Arts Lobby

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Art NEW! Bead Loom Weaving 101 Irene Sherman

Glass Mosaic: Sign or Garden Stake Lindsey Guetter

Create a beautiful mosaic piece for your garden! Using pre-cut glass, decorate a bird, butterfly, or flower with colorful glass. After your project is finished, you will learn about glass cutting, mosaic resources, and more. Material fees are payable to the instructor in first class. Signs start at $14, and garden stakes are 3 for $30. More stakes available for $10 each. ** #1007: 2 sessions - limit 12 $59 Thurs., Apr. 4 & 11 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 206

Glass Mosaic: Sampler Course Lindsey Guetter

Design and create a unique, colorful mosaic piece! Choose from a sign, photo frame, garden stake, or trivet. Learn about glass cutting, mosaic resources, and more. Material fees are payable to the instructor in first class. Frames and trivets are $15 each. Garden stakes are $10 each. Signs start at $15 each. #1011: 2 sessions - limit 12 $59 Tu., June 18 & 25 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 206

Weaving beads with a loom is a beautiful, traditional Native American art form that you can learn. Once you have added the warp to your loom, you are ready to begin weaving the weft — the thread and beads that run across the warp. ** #1012: 1 session - limit 10 $35 Sat., May 18 10:00 am-12:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 206

NEW! Torch-Fired Enamel Penny Bracelet Irene Sherman

Explore the process of enameling! This tutorial covers the basics of simple enameling using a torch and items you can pick up from the hardware store. $15 materials fee payable to instructor in class. Do not wear loose or flowing clothes; keep hair pulled back or covered. Wear closed-toed shoes. #1027: 1 session - limit 8 $35 Sat., June 1 9:30 am-12:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 206

Wire-Wrapped Square Bead Bracelet Irene Sherman

You don’t need to be an expert at wire wrapping to make this eye-catching bangle! Learn how to make this three-stem wire woven bangle with a gemstone bead embellishment. ** #1021: 1 session - limit 10 $35 Sat., May 18 12:30-2:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 206

Glass Mosaic: Table Lamp or Candle Holder Lindsey Guetter

Create a custom, colorful table lamp or candle holder! Using pre-cut glass, you will cover a 4" x 9" lamp or 3" x 3" square candle holder. You will also learn about glass cutting, mosaic resources, and more. Materials fee of $30 includes 1 lamp or 3 candle holders and is payable to the instructor in first class. Additional candle holders are available for $10 each. ** #1008: 2 sessions - limit 12 $59 Thurs., July 25 & Aug. 1 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 206

Photography Field Shoot 2 Randall Spotts

Continue to develop your field photo skills with a professional photographer. Bring your own camera and film, either 35 mm or digital. #1016: 3 sessions - limit 14 $49 Sat., Apr. 13-27 9:30-11:30 am Eisenhower Community Center 111

Nuno Felted Scarf for Spring Leslie Granbeck

Learn a contemporary twist on the traditional art of felt making. Combine hand-dyed silk fabric and soft wool roving for a lightweight scarf. Explore surface design techniques and create a one-of-a-kind accessory. $30 materials fee payable to instructor at first class. ** #1014: 1 session - limit 8 $49 Thurs., Apr. 11 5:30-9:30 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 203

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Art Beginning Pottery with Steve Frederickson

Start your clay-learning process by mastering various hand-building methods and get an introduction to the potter’s wheel. Steve will show you a wide variety of techniques and give you lots of individual instruction. If you’ve always wanted to learn and experiment with pottery, this is the class for you! Students must be able to attend the first three sessions. ** #1017: 8 sessions - limit 5 $114 Tu., Apr. 9-June 4 6:30-9:00 pm No class May 21 Eisenhower Community Center 167

Continuing Pottery with Steve Frederickson

This class is an opportunity for students who have taken previous pottery classes to continue to develop skills and personal style with clay and expand creativity as an artist. ** #1018: 8 sessions - limit 9 $114 Tu., Apr. 9-June 4 6:30-9:00 pm No class May 21 Eisenhower Community Center 167

Beginning and Advanced Beginning Pottery Nancy Johnson

Beginners as well as more experienced potters — learn and develop the skills needed for hand building, wheel throwing, decorating, and glazing. Those with experience will benefit from instruction in more advanced techniques. Unless you are a returning student, attendance is required at the first session. ** #1020: 9 sessions - limit 14 $129 B: Wed., Apr. 3-May 29 6:30-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 167

Pottery on the Wheel — Advanced Kristin Pavelka

Exploring Pottery Nancy Johnson

It’s not too late to learn — adults at all levels of experience can develop pottery skills. Those with experience can explore more advanced techniques such as lids, handles, altering, and more. Unless you are a returning student, attendance is required at the first session. ** #1024: 9 sessions - limit 10 $129 B: Wed., Apr. 3-May 29 9:30 am-12:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 167

Express your passion for pottery as you expand your skills. Fine tune your throwing skills, explore tool/turn pieces, learn to create more complex forms such as pots (handles, lidded jars, teapots, etc.), and explore altered and manipulated forms in greater depth. This is an advanced class — there will be no instruction in the basics of throwing and glazing. Prerequisite: You must be able to comfortably throw a 6-inch cylinder on the wheel. ** #1025: 8 sessions - limit 9 $129 B: Thurs., Apr. 4-May 23 6:30-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 167

** Pottery class fee includes 25 lbs. of clay, glazes, and firing fee. Additional clay can be purchased. Bring basic tools or rent them in class for $3.

Open Pottery Studio

Kathy Israel, Nancy Johnson, Kristin Pavelka

If you are taking a pottery class through Hopkins Community Education, Open Pottery Studio is an opportunity for you to continue to work on projects. Hopkins Community Education Pottery instructors run the open studio. There is no instruction provided. Open Pottery Studio fee does not include clay. Use the clay from your class or purchase clay in class ($30 for 25 lbs., includes use of glazes and firing fee). Please note: These sessions are open only to current pottery students. #1013: 1 session $15 D: Sun., Apr. 7 11:00 am-2:00 pm E: Sun., Apr. 14 11:00 am-2:00 pm F: Sun., Apr. 28 11:00 am-2:00 pm G: Sun., May 5 11:00 am-2:00 pm H: Sun., May 19 11:00 am-2:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 167, all sections

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Computers Microsoft Office® Basics: Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint® Sharon Walbran

Sharpen your skills with Microsoft Office® 2010 or 2013 in just three sessions. Develop proficiency in Word®, Excel®, and PowerPoint®. Gain the essentials you need to expand your computer skill set and reach your goals! #2001: 3 sessions - limit 12 $99 B: Wed., Apr. 10-24 6:00-9:00 pm C: Wed., July 17-31 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 348

Mastering Your iPhone® & iPad® Jonathan Freed

Smart phones and tablet computers now outsell desktop computers, for all of the right reasons. This interactive workshop is focused solely on the Apple iPad® and iPhone® that will take you and your mobile device to a much higher level of understanding and enjoyment. #2015: 1 session - limit 16 $59 A: Mon., Apr. 8 6:00-9:00 pm B: Mon., May 13 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215, all sections

QuickBooks®

Sharon Walbran

Learn how to set up a company in QuickBooks®, add customer data, vendor information, bank accounts, create invoices, and pay bills. We will experiment with a mock company and discover how to create a budget, capture profit and loss, and cash flow to monitor your company’s growth. The course does not include instruction for the online version of QuickBooks®. #2002: 1 session - limit 6 $79 B: Wed., May 1 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 348

One-On-One Tutorials Sharon Walbran

Spend an hour with one of our highly-qualified trainers to focus on your needs, such as basic skills, email, Excel®, creating a newsletter, and more. Please Note: After receiving your registration, we will call you to discuss your needs. Two people may attend together if interested in the same training, call 952-9884070 to register for two people. You may also request other dates. #2005: 1 session - limit 1 $49 F: Wed., Apr. 3 4:30-5:30 pm H: Wed., Apr. 24 4:30-5:30 pm I: Wed., May 1 4:30-5:30 pm J: Wed., July 17 4:30-5:30 pm K: Wed., July 24 4:30-5:30 pm M: Wed., July 31 4:30-5:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 348, all sections

Windows 10

Sharon Walbran

It’s time to master your computer! Gain hands-on experience with Windows 10, Microsoft’s latest operating system. Learn how to maximize the use of the start menu, taskbar, and windows. Practice setting up a system with folders for your photos and documents, moving, copying, and deleting files, and recovering deleted files. Take a tour of the settings to see the options available for personalizing your computer and keeping your information private. #2013: 1 session $69 B: Wed., Apr. 3 6:00-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 348

Google Drive and Docs Sharon Walbran

Engage Your Own Computer Trainer Sharon Walbran

Here’s your chance to spend one-on-one time with a computer instructor who can help you reach your personal or professional goals! Our experienced patient trainers can meet you in your home, office, or at our computer lab. Sessions are scheduled at your convenience. Topics are based on your needs. Beginners are welcome! Sessions are a minimum of two hours. Please call 952-988-4070 for information. Not available for online registration.

Learn how to use free storage for photos and files offered by Google Drive. Explore Google’s free apps — web-based word processing, spreadsheets, and slideshow tools that are alternatives to Word® and Excel®. You can convert Word® and Excel® files to Google documents and spreadsheets and share them with others. Requirements: You must have a Gmail account and know your Gmail password. #2010: 1 session $79 B: Wed., May 8 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 348

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Cooking NEW! Tantalizing Thai Cuisine Jeff Sandino

Make your own summer rolls served with both hoisin and peanut dipping sauces. Prepare Pad Thai, too, blending the vibrant flavors of Thailand with rice noodles using shrimp, eggs, chilies, garlic, basil, scallions, sprouts, sesame, lemon, and crushed red pepper flakes. Tempt your taste buds with these Thai treats! #3022: 1 session - limit 20 $29 Fri., May 10 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

NEW! The Art of Sushi Jeff Sandino

Learn the art of maki-sushi, rolling rice and various fillings in and around nori (dried seaweed sheets). Options and accompaniments will include shrimp, chicken, crab, avocado, cucumber, tempura onions, cream cheese, spicy mayo, eel sauce, pickled ginger, wasabi, and soy sauce. #2033: 1 session - limit 20 $29 Fri., May 24 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

Cake Decorating for Beginners Nancy Burgeson

Pick up tricks of the trade and decorate lovely cakes and desserts for family and friends. Learn how to make borders, flowers, newer cake patterns, fancy designs, and more. Join the fun! $25 supply fee payable to instructor at first class and includes a decorating kit. #3018: 3 sessions - limit 15 $65 Tu., May 21-June 4 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210, 213

Mozzarella Cheese & Yogurt for Beginners Carol Schaub

Quick & Easy Homemade Eggrolls Jane Niu

Join in this hands-on experience to prepare and taste Chinese traditional-style egg rolls. Explore types of wrappers, fillings, rolling techniques, ways to cook, and more. There will also be plenty of egg rolls to take home! Please bring a food container. $15 supply fee payable to instructor in class. #3027: 1 session - limit 20 $39 Wed., Apr. 17 6:30-9:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

Homemade Chinese Wontons & Potstickers for Beginners Jane Niu

Make easy, delicious Chinese wontons and potstickers. Learn wrap techniques and how to make tasty fillings. Boil, pan-fry, or steam these delicious appetizers. Taste and take home samples to freeze. Please bring a food container. $15 supply fee payable to instructor in class. #3001: 1 session - limit 20 $39 Wed., May 22 6:30-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

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Make your own mozzarella cheese and yogurt without the chemical additives of commercial products. Recipes for several types of cheeses, recipes that use cheese and yogurt, and information about supplies are included. Bring two one-cup containers with secure lids to take home mozzarella cheese and yogurt starter. #3015: 1 session - limit 12 $39 Thurs., June 13 6:30-8:15 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

NEW! Southern Italian Dinner Jeff Sandino

Let Chef Jeff Sandino be your guide as you prepare traditional manicotti stuffed with ricotta, mozzarella, and parmesan cheese baked in a delectable marinara sauce. Add classic Italian-style bruschetta topped with a relish of fresh basil, Roma tomatoes, sweet red onion, garlic, and olive oil. Enjoy and learn traditional Southern Italian fare in this shorter, focused culinary experience. #3021: 1 session - limit 20 $29 Fri., Apr. 19 6:30 am-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210


Cooking NEW! Great Minnesota Hot Dishes Laurel Severson

NEW! Spectacular Dinner Laurel Severson

Learn to create a special — but not difficult — meal! Begin with authentic Onion Soup topped with French bread that is covered with melted, golden-brown Swiss cheese. We will make two entrees: French Pork Tenderloin with Apple Brandy and Roasted Pork Tenderloin with a Balsamic Vinegar/Raisin Sauce. Select a vegetable that is easy but elegant: Glazed Fresh Parsnips with Carrots and Carrots Sautéed in Raspberry Vinegar. Add a Red Onion Confit for color and accent, as well as a Golden Potato Tart. Conclude your meal with Chocolate Amaretto Mousse garnished with Creme Fraiche. Delicious! #3009: 1 session - limit 18 $39 Thurs., May 2 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

The hot dish, or casserole, is a one-bowl dish baked using a single piece of cookware. Use fresh ingredients — no canned soups — to easily prepare a family meal. Many of these hot dishes can be made ahead, chilled, then baked. Join us to create sensational dishes including: Beef, Pork, and Sauerkraut; Pork Loin with Dried Apricots and Cherries; Beef and Spinach (or Broccoli); Eggplant and Cheese; Chicken Cobbler with Carrots, Mushrooms, and Peas; Lentils and Vegetables; and Baked Penne Pasta with Chicken, Broccoli, and Mushrooms. #3014: 1 session - limit 18 $39 Wed., Apr. 3 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

Art of Indian Cooking Vanita Shah

Journey to India with Chef Vanita and explore Indian culinary favorites. Learn to make Baked Samosas, Spiced Pilau Rice, and Shrikhand. #3017: 1 session - limit 16 $39 Tuesday, Apr. 16 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

Three Fish for Spring and Beyond Steve Frederickson

NEW! Breakfast Basics 2 Cook with Your Kids! (Ages 6+) Melissa Frederickson

Expand your breakfast options! Create a french toast bake with bacon and a fruit salad. Learn to prepare this family meal together while honing culinary skills and talking nutrition. #3028: 1 session - limit 8 $49 per pair Sat., Apr. 27 1:00-3:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

What better way to start spring than with three different fish dishes? Cook an easy and tasty Salmon with White Wine Caper Sauce. Then, we will make a mild-tasting Cod with Citrus Buerre Blanc. The third preparation to savor is Pan-seared Tuna with Ginger Shiitake Cream Sauce. All three recipes will make your dinner guests ask for more! #3006: 1 session - limit 14 $39 Thurs., Apr. 25 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

Be a Wok Star Cook with Your Kids! (Ages 11-14) Melissa Frederickson

Explore the world of wok cooking with your child. We will make cream cheese wontons, stir-fry, and a fruit plate for a complete wok meal. #3026: 1 session - limit 8 $49 per pair Sat., Apr. 13 1:00-3:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

Traditional Southern Dinner Laurel Severson

Join us in creating a memorable meal that includes: Crab Dip, Cheese Straws, Gumbo, Jambalaya, Red Beans and Rice, Buttermilk Biscuits, Cheese Grits, Pecan Praline candy, and Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce. #3019: 1 session - limit 18 $39 Wed., May 15 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

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Fitness Fit For Life with Kettlebells Sharon Nelson

Reverse the effects of aging by improving posture, core strength, balance, and bone density. Use kettlebells to gain strength and increase metabolism by rebuilding muscle. All fitness levels welcome! 5-CLASS PASS: Experienced kettlebell students only Any 5 one-hour sessions per section $59 #4002: 10 sessions $94 D: Tu./Thurs., Apr. 30-May 30 5:30-6:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center Cafeteria #4002: 9 sessions $89 A: Tu./Thurs., June 4-July 2 5:30-6:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center Cafeteria #4002: 10 sessions $94 B: Tu./Thurs., July 9-Aug. 8 5:30-6:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center Cafeteria #4002: 6 sessions $59 C: Tu./Thurs., Aug. 13-29 5:30-6:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 207, 209

Pilates for Buff Bones® Nancy Ellsworth

Join this workout designed for bone strengthening and balance using Pilates, strength training, and rehabilitative exercise. Tone your arms, hips, back, and abs. The Buff Bones® system is for all fitness levels, even people with osteoporosis! Please bring a yoga mat and towel. 5-CLASS PASS: Any 5 one-hour sessions per section $75 #4003: 8 sessions - limit 16 $109 C: Mon., Apr. 1-May 20 8:00-9:00 am D: Thurs., Apr. 4-May 30 8:00-9:00 am No class Apr. 18 #4003: 9 sessions - limit 18 $119 E: Mon., June 10-Aug. 19 8:00-9:00 am No class July 15, 22 #4003: 8 sessions - limit 18 $109 F: Thurs., June 13-Aug. 22 8:00-9:00 am No class July 4, 18, 25 Hopkins Center for the Arts 218, all sections

Pilates Mat 1 Pilates is a whole-body approach to gaining strength and improving wellness by accessing your deepest core muscles. Focus on breathing, alignment, and balance as a foundation for building strength. Use resistance bands, weighted balls, foam rollers, and fitness rings. No experience required! Please bring a Pilates mat and towel. #4004: 6 sessions - limit 15 $89 Mon., Apr. 8-May 20 5:00-6:00 pm No class Apr. 22 Hopkins Center for the Arts 218

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Designed to meet your fitness goals, this class will help enhance balance, increase strength, and promote mental health. Feel improvement by your fourth class! #4010: 12 sessions $129 D: Tu./Thurs. Apr. 2-30 5:30-6:30 pm and Sat., Apr. 6-27 10:00-11:00 am No class Apr. 20 #4010: 9 sessions $99 E: Tu./Thurs., May 7-23 5:30-6:30 pm and Sat., May 11-25 10:00-11:00 am F: Tu./Thurs., June 11-27 5:30-6:30 pm and Sat., June 15-29 10:00-11:00 am #4010: 6 sessions $69 G: Tu./Thurs., July 9-25 5:30-6:30 pm and Sat., July 13 10:00-11:00 am No class July 18 Lindbergh Center Weight Room, all sections

Zumba with Emma Emma Rojas De La Riva

Zumba is a Latin-inspired cardio dance class. The calories will melt away while you lose yourself in the music. Learn easy-to-follow dance steps from Salsa, Cha-Cha, and more! #4011: 6 sessions - limit 15 $59 C: Sat., Apr. 20-May 25 10:45-11:45 am Hopkins Center for the Arts 218

Groove! Movement, Dance, Fitness Robin Gast

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Join us for a powerful, yet surprisingly simple method to movement, mindfulness, and balance in a way that’s easy and accessible to all! All genres of music are used. Classes include warm up, dance, stretching, and brief meditation. Bring a yoga mat for stretching and meditation if desired. No dance experience required. All fitness levels welcome! #4026: 6 sessions $59 C: Mon., May 6-June 24 5:30-6:30 pm No class May 20, 27 Eisenhower Community Center Cafeteria


Fitness Fitness Yoga

Gretchen Novak

Get a great workout consisting of flowing yoga postures, deep stretches, and balance work. Feel energized and refreshed! All levels welcome. Bring a yoga mat to class. #4018: 7 sessions - limit 12 $79 B: Wed., Apr. 10-May 22 7:15-8:05 pm Dance Unlimited, 6900 Oxford St., St. Louis Park

NEW! Gentle Tai Chi for Life Christine Morgan

Join us for a beginner class for those wishing to improve their health, balance, and strength. Movements can be practiced by those with most any health condition. Please wear flat shoes and loose, comfortable clothing. #4004: 4 sessions $39 A: Thurs., June 13-July 11 6:00-7:00 pm No class July 4 B: Thurs., July 18-Aug. 8 6:00-7:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 207, 209, all sections

Tai Chi Chuan

Christine Morgan

Practice this non-martial, gentle exercise to reduce stress, strengthen the body, and restore balance. Tai Chi can be practiced by people of any age and ability. Please wear flat shoes and loose, comfortable clothing. #4000: 6 sessions - limit 15 $59 A: Wed., Apr. 24-May 29 6:00-7:00 pm B: Wed., June 12-July 24 6:00-7:00 pm No class July 3 Eisenhower Community Center North Gym, all sections

Tai Chi for Balance, Flexibility, Strength, and Wellness I Christine Morgan

Learn the practice of slow, low-impact movements to help improve stability, alleviate arthritis pain, strengthen the lower body, reduce stress, and more. Can be done sitting or standing. Please wear flat shoes and comfortable clothing. #4001: 6 sessions - limit 20 $59 A: Wed., Apr. 24-May 29 2:00-3:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center Wetlands Café B: Wed., June 12-July 24 2:00-3:00 pm No class July 3 Eisenhower Elementary 212

Advanced Tai Chi for Balance, Flexibility, Strength, and Wellness II Christine Morgan

This section builds on the SUN family form learned in Tai Chi for Balance, Flexibility, Strength, and Wellness I. New, more challenging movements are added to those learned previously. This SUN form requires participants to be able to turn and change direction. Please wear flat shoes and comfortable clothing. Prerequisite: Tai Chi for Balance, Flexibility, Strength, and Wellness I, or speak with instructor prior to registering. #4012: 6 sessions - limit 12 $59 A: Wed., Apr. 24-May 29 3:15-4:15 pm Eisenhower Community Center Theater B: Wed., June 12-July 24 3:15-4:15 pm No class July 3 Eisenhower Community Center Wetlands Café

Yoga Basics

Gretchen Novak

Learn the basics of yoga in this fun class! Discover poses and sequences at a beginner’s pace, while focusing on proper alignment and breath. Modifications and challenges will be given for various abilities. #4016: 7 sessions - limit 12 $77 Wed., Apr. 10-May 22 5:00-5:45 pm Dance Unlimited, 6900 Oxford St., St. Louis Park

Yin Yoga

Holly Slocum

Yin yoga involves light stretching in supported poses that are often held for several minutes. It increases flexibility through a series of on-themat postures. Release stress in your muscles, ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Excellent for yogis that practice more vigorous (yang) types of yoga. Please bring a yoga mat. #4007: 6 sessions $69 C: Thurs., Apr. 11-May 16 7:15-8:15 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 218

Slow Flow Yoga Holly Slocum

Build your strength and stability, increase your flexibility, and reduce stress by quieting your mind in this class for beginning and experienced yogis. Bring a yoga mat and other yoga props (optional) you may wish to use. #4006: 6 sessions $69 C: Thurs., Apr. 18-May 23 6:00-7:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 218

Full Moon Yoga Meditation: Movement, Music, and Power Holly Slocum

Near the full moon, there is an increase in creative energy. Harness this energy in class with gentle candlelit movement, breath work, live music, guided meditation, and essential oil. Bring a mat to class. #4025: 1 session $29 D: Sat., Apr. 20 7:00-8:30 pm Good Vibrations Yoga, 11 10th Ave S, Hopkins

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Fitness BARRE Fitness Gretchen Novak

BARRE Fitness is a total conditioning program that blends classical ballet exercises with Pilates, yoga, and strength movements. Burn fat and increase lean muscle mass with this low-impact exercise. Please bring a pair of dumbbells (2-3 pounds) and a mat to class. #4023: 7 sessions - limit 12 $89 B: Wed., Apr. 10-May 22 6:20-7:10 pm Dance Unlimited, 6900 Oxford St., St. Louis Park

Iyengar Yoga Nancy Marcy

Focus on aligning your body to improve posture, breathing, and circulation. Begin with basic standing poses maturing to bends, twists, inversions, restorative poses, and pranayama (breath control). Use props such as blankets, blocks, and chairs to benefit from the poses regardless of physical condition or experience. #4021: 5 sessions - limit 10 $49 E: Mon., Apr. 22-May 20 4:30-5:30 pm #4021: 6 sessions - limit 10 $59 F: Wed., Apr. 24-May 29 4:00-5:00 pm G: Mon., June 17-July 22 4:30-5:30 pm H: Wed., June 19-July 24 3:30-4:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 205, all sections

Morning Yoga Nancy Marcy

Focus on basic standing, sitting, and restorative poses. Increase strength, improve flexibility, gain stress relief, and more! All levels of experience welcome. Please bring a yoga mat and other yoga props (optional). #4019: 6 sessions $59 E: Tu., Apr. 23-May 28 9:00-10:00 am F: Thurs., Apr. 25-May 30 9:10-10:10 am G: Tu., June 18-July 23 9:10-10:10 am #4019: 5 sessions $49 H: Thurs., June 20-July 25 9:10-10:10 am No class July 4 Hopkins Center for the Arts 218, all sections

Hula Hoop Your Way to Fun & Fitness Annette Fragale

Get a great workout while trimming your waist, thighs, and belly with hoops! The specially designed 4-pound exercise hoop targets your core and is great cardiovascular exercise, too. Hoops may be purchased from instructor for $15 (optional). #4020: 1 session - limit 30 $19 Sat., Apr. 20 10:00-11:00 am Eisenhower Community Center 207, 209

NEW! Hips, Thighs, and Otherwise Janice Novak

Learn a “10-minute miracle exercise” series to strengthen lower body muscles quickly, increase metabolism and bone density, trim inches off your lower body, stimulate your metabolism with breathing techniques, and more. If you can’t make it to a gym, you will love these powerful and effective techniques. Bring a mat to class. #4027: 1 session - limit 35 $29 Tuesday, Apr. 30 6:00-7:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 207, 209

Monday Night Yoga Mary Coats

A perfect way to start your week! This asana practice is great for beginners and continuing yoga students. We will experience the postures with mind, body, and breath. Please bring mat and yoga block. #4029: 5 sessions - limit 20 $59 A: Mon., June 3-July 1 7:30-8:30 pm B: Mon., July 22-Aug. 19 7:30-8:30 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 218, all sections

BARRE-Yoga Fusion Gretchen Novak

Yoga postures and weight training combine for a total body workout! All fitness levels will be challenged in this class, and no barre or yoga experience is needed. Please bring 2-3 pound dumbbells and a mat to class. #4024: 6 sessions - limit 12 $84 Mon., Apr. 8-May 13 7:00-8:15 pm Dance Unlimited, 6900 Oxford St., St. Louis Park

Swimming with Friends for Women Hopkins Minnetonka Recreation Services

Come and “test the water” with other female non-swimmers and continue what you’ve learned. This beginner and continuing class will help you feel more comfortable in the water, learn some fundamentals of swimming, acquire water-safety skills, and enjoy time for practice and socializing in the pool. This 4-week class will prepare you for advanced beginner and intermediate swim classes — see you there! Adult women only. Please dress in whatever is comfortable for you, but know that when clothing gets wet, it becomes heavy. #4099: 4 sessions - limit 15 $26 Sat., Apr. 6-May 4 1:45-3:15 pm No class Apr. 20 West Junior High School Pool

Looking for dance classes to jazz up your fitness routine? Find Belly Dance, Jazz, Tap, Ballet, and Line Dancing on pages 17-18.

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Health & Wellness NEW! A Beginner’s Guide To The Ketogenic Diet Janice Novak

The Keto diet structures food intake so that your body shifts to burning fat for fuel causing you to lose weight. If done correctly, this can create reductions in blood sugar and insulin levels which can improve your risk factors for heart disease. There are several versions of the Keto diet out there. Learn what each offers, possible side effects, foods to include and avoid, sample meal plans, and more! #4520: 1 session $35 Thurs., May 16 6:00-7:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

NEW! Mudras: Hand Yoga Janice Novak

Mudras, or ‘yoga of the hands’ has been recognized for centuries as a simple, yet effective healing tool. In ancient India, mudras were believed to be the key to spiritual, mental, and physical wellbeing. The hand positions are easy to do, take minutes to perform and can be done almost anywhere at any time. Mudras can be used to help relieve anxiety, stress, weight loss, insomnia, and more. #4521: 1 session $35 Tu., June 11 6:00-7:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

Laughter Yoga: Laughing for Your Health Monica Peterson

Research shows that laughter is the best medicine. Discover laughter exercises to decrease stress and boost mood, and explore the how laughter impacts the body’s systems. No yoga experience required! #4619: 1 session $35 Tu., June 25 6:00-7:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 221

NEW! Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

The Swiss Chocolate Diet! Try it first: Free demo class Mary Bray

Leave yo-yo diets behind! Losing weight is not only about food — learn to balance your nutrition while managing stress and practicing daily mindfulness. Demo Class Free! Registration required. A: Thurs., Apr. 18 1:00-2:30 pm B: Thurs., June 13 6:00-7:30 pm #4504: 4 sessions - limit 25 $59 A: Thurs., Apr. 25-May 16 1:00-2:30 pm B: Thurs., June 20-July 18 6:00-7:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 217, all sections

NEW! Acupressure to Assist Weight Loss

Nutritional Weight & Wellness

Most of us are going through life sleep deprived. Explore the foods and nutrients that are critical for sleep and discover delicious bedtime snacks and tips that can help you sleep through the night. #4617: 1 session $29 Wed., Apr. 17 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

Janice Novak, MS

Acupressure is a healing technique that involves massaging key points on the body to stimulate energy flow. Learn the pressure points that help thyroid functions, boost metabolism, decrease cravings, and more. #4516: 1 session - limit 35 $35 Thurs., May 9 6:00-7:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center Gym

NEW! Five Steps to Boost Metabolism Nutritional Weight & Wellness

Natural Sleep Strategies: Beauty Rest for All Monica Peterson

Learn about steps to restful sleep through discussion and hands-on practice of holistic mind and body techniques. Explore common challenges, assess your sleep issues, and design a plan for your own better sleep! #4519: 1 session - limit 30 $35 Tu., June 11 6:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 209

Boost your metabolism by making simple changes to the foods you eat every day. Discover which foods cause you to store weight and which help you lose it. Get back on track with real food and regain your energy! #4562: 1 session $29 Wed., May 1 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

Food as Medicine: Your Food & Mood Connection Monica Peterson

Explore foods that can affect conditions such as anxiety, depression, stress, and inflammation. Discover how to eat foods to balance your mood, how stress and inflammation affect your body, and much more. #4517: 1 session - limit 30 $35 Tu., June 4 6:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215

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Health & Wellness Alexander Technique: Introduction Try it first: Free demo class! Lisa Galbraith Heyl

Worry Busters: Alternative Approaches for Your Anxiety Monica Peterson

Learn ways to calm your mind and body. Identify your own anxieties and stressors, gain understanding about your body’s stress responses, learn how your breathing rates impact your anxiety, and explore holistic techniques to calm your fears. #5055: 1 session $35 Tu., June 18 6:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 221

Just Breathe! Techniques to Calm, Center & Balance Janice Novak

Breathing in specific ways can have powerful healing benefits. Learn ancient breathing exercises that will improve energy levels, neutralize stress, increase focus and calm, decrease depression and anxiety, and actually help strengthen your back and abs. The simplest and most powerful techniques for optimum health of mind and body are absolutely free and right under your nose! #4522: 1 session $35 Tu., June 18 6:00-7:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 217

Release stress, create ease of movement, and enhance your quality of life. Instructor Lisa will give you individual instruction in class, along with one 15 minute private lesson. Try our demo class to see what this restorative technique can do for you! Demo Class Free! Registration required. B: Thurs., Apr. 18 10:30-11:30 am #4501: 6 sessions - limit 20 $59 B: Thurs., Apr. 25-May 30 10:30 am-12:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 218, all sections

Alexander Technique Continuing Lisa Galbraith Heyl

More Alexander Technique! Learn to incorporate the Alexander Technique into your daily life. Receive individual instruction in class, along with one 15 minute private lesson. Prerequisite: Alexander Technique: Introduction. #4502: 6 sessions $59 C: Thurs., Apr. 25-May 30 12:00-1:30 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 218

NEW! CPR, First Aid, and AED: Initial Course Phillip Kivel

Learn first aid, choking relief, CPR, and AED operation for adults, children, and infants. This class meets child-care certification requirements. Upon completion, you will receive an American Heart certification card if desired. $20 supply fee payable to instructor for the certification card. #6524: 1 session $84 B: Sat., Apr. 6 9:00 am-2:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 223

Why Fascia Matters Karen Kleinman

Learn about how your posture, habits, injuries, trauma, and stress can change the connective tissue in your body, causing stiffness, aches, and pains — and what you can do about it! Wear comfortable clothes for participating in stretches and movement. Please bring large towel or yoga mat for lying on the floor. Bring a yoga strap or purchase in class for $7.50. #4512: 1 session $29 A: Wed., Apr. 10 6:30-8:00 pm B: Wed., May 22 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 213, all sections

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NEW! CPR, First Aid, and AED Training: Refresher Course Phillip Kivel

Refresh your skills in first aid, CPR, and AED operation for adults, children, and infants. This course does not cover child-care certification requirements. Upon completion you will receive an American Heart certification card if desired. Proof of current or recently expired CPR card required. $20 supply fee payable to instructor for certification card. #6523: 1 session $59 B: Thurs., May 2 6:30-9:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 213

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Hobbies Gentle Exfoliating Fresh Spring Sugar Scrub Shapes Raulla Mitchell

Make gently cleansing and exfoliating sugar scrubs in playful spring shapes with phthalatefree fragrances you’ll love, including: passion fruit, lemon, peach, lime, melon, lavender, rose, nectarine, orange, and more. A perfect handmade gift for Mother’s Day! Take home charming sugar scrubs, recipes, and tips. $20 supply fee payable to instructor in class. #5012: 1 session - limit 12 $35 Thurs., May 9 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 210

NEW! Women’s Creative Writing Workshop Lauren Wagner

Find your unique voice and story! Join us for an engaging group and supportive environment in which to share your story and foster your love of writing in a variety of mediums. Open to women who write at all levels, from beginners to advanced. #5017: 3 sessions - limit 14 $49 B: Sat., Apr. 6-27 12:00-1:30 pm No class Apr. 20 Eisenhower Community Center 215

Poetry Workshop

All Occasion Hand-Stamped Cards Elizabeth Hawley

Craft 25 hand-stamped cards (five cards of five designs) for a variety of occasions! Class includes pre-cut materials, envelopes, and use of instructor’s stamps, inks, and tools. Bring an adhesive of your choice to class (tombow, double stick tape, etc.) or purchase from instructor in class. #5000: 1 session - limit 10 $29 Tu., June 11 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215

Lauren Wagner

Immerse yourself in poetry through discussion, in-class exercises, readings of favorite published poetry, and a focus on growing as a writer — whether you’re already published or you’ve always wanted to try your hand at poetry or prose. #5016: 3 sessions - limit 14 $49 B: Sat., Apr. 6-27 10:00-11:30 am No class Apr. 20 Eisenhower Community Center 215

Let’s Play Chess! Jonathan Patridge

Join us for some chess instruction for beginner to intermediate players. Explore strategy and improve your game or just learn the basics if you are new to this great game! Time will be devoted to instruction and regular game play in this fun adult class. $8 workbook fee is payable to instructor at first class. #5001: 5 sessions - limit 12 $39 Wed., May 8-June 5 7:30-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215

Photo Organization: Print & Digital Susan DeJute

Are your photographs in a box, drawer, suitcase, phone, camera chip, or all of the above? Could you find a specific photo in seconds? Are they securely backed up? Learn about a system to get every printed and digital photo plus your memorabilia organized. Learn about scanning slides, movies, and prints, as well as cloud storage. You’ll leave class with a plan that allows you to access every photo you own in seconds! #5025: 1 session $39 B: Wed., Apr. 17 7:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 213

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Home & Garden Butterfly Gardening

Hennepin County Master Gardener

Discover butterfly gardening! Explore host and nectar plants, and learn how to create your own butterfly garden! #5500: 1 session $19 Tu., Apr. 9 7:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

NEW! Growing, Harvesting, and Enjoying Herbs Hennepin County Master Gardener

Take the mystery out of growing, using, and storing these easy-care plants. Explore landscaping, food, and drink use, pollination, decorating, and more. Herbs are easy! #5503: 1 session $19 Mon., Apr. 29 7:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 207

Create a Kokedama

Hennepin County Master Gardener

Create a kokedama — a plant growing in a ball of soil encased in moss secured by twine, string, or wire, that can be hung in a window or placed on a tray or dish. Kokedama follows the bonsai tradition of creating artistic forms with plants. Please bring a plant in a 4" pot or smaller — ivy, Swedish ivy, pothos, spider plant, birds-nest fern, or staghorn fern recommended. #5504: 1 session $19 A: Tu., May 21 7:00-8:30 pm B: Wed., July 24 7:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 206, 207, all sections

Container Gardening: A How-To Guide Hennepin County Master Gardener

Flowers for Pollinators

Hennepin County Master Gardener

Dive into the science of pollination with Master Gardener volunteers to discover what types of flowers bring pollinators to the garden. You’ll leave empowered and inspired to create pollinator-friendly habitats in your community! #5502: 1 session $19 Tuesday, May 7 7:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 207

Learn to design and care for a container garden. Gain confidence in designing, starting, and maintaining a container garden, and prepare to plant your own beautiful container garden. #5505: 1 session $19 Thurs., May 30 7:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215

Experience the historic Eisenhower Observatory. View the night sky through the Lawrence Sauter Telescope, located in the historic observatory atop the Eisenhower Community Center. With the guidance of a trained volunteer, discover the moon, planets, stars, and constellations. Viewings are limited to 15 participants. Group reservations available. A $3 donation for adults, $2 for students, and $35 for groups is requested. Must be age 7 or older. Please note: It is necessary to climb a steep metal staircase to gain access to the Observatory dome. Reservations are required. Visit HopkinsSchools.org/ observatory or call 952-988-4070.

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Money & Business NEW! Downsizing in the Current Housing Market John Mazzara

An Introduction to Voiceovers

Have you been thinking that now might be the time to downsize? Discover where and how to start, the steps you should take, and much more. Participants receive a copy of “Downsizing Made Easy,” a $24.95 value, as well as discount coupons and a no-cost home evaluation if looking to put a home on the market. #6008: 1 session $29 B: Mon., Apr. 29 7:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215

Learn to become a successful voice actor! You’ll be coached and recorded as you read a script, so you can receive a professional evaluation. Taught by a professional voice actor. Note: This is an online one-on-one course. Voices for All will contact you for scheduling. Must have internet access and video chatting capabilities using either Skype or iChat. No discounts. Register online through Hopkins Community Education. #6002: 1 session $49 Choose your start time, online class

Moving Mom and Dad

Voices for All

Make Great Money From Home Working as a Medical Transcriptionist Deborah Burns

Learn about medical transcription, managing your business, avoiding common mistakes, and more. Open to all experience levels, whether you’re just exploring possibilities or have already worked in the field. $20 materials fee payable to instructor at class. #6009: 1 session - limit 15 $59 Wed., Apr. 10 6:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 217

John Mazzara

Many people today are facing the tough decision of finding appropriate housing options for their parents. Learn how to approach late-life housing choices with aging parents. Discuss the housing market, solutions for aging-in-place, common senior living options, how to senior facilities, and more. Participants receive a copy of “Moving Mom & Dad,” a $24.95 value, as well as discount coupons and a no-cost home evaluation. #6025: 1 session $29 B: Wed., May 8 7:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

Downsizing Done Right! Home Buying & Selling as an Empty Nester or Senior Nene Matey-Keke

How to Win with Investment Properties John Mazzara

Do you want to become a landlord or invest in real estate? Learn about opportunities in today’s marketplace, property analysis, tax considerations, and what goes into a lease. Review all aspects of becoming a landlord including buying, selling, and renting. #6006: 1 session $29 B: Thurs., Apr. 18 7:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215

10 Tips for Successfully Selling Your Home — Any Time of the Year! Nene Matey-Keke

Discover how to sell a home in today’s market. Explore the differences between a seller’s and buyer’s market, how to find a good real estate agent, and more. #6014: 1 session - limit 30 $34 A: Thurs., Apr. 18 6:00-8:00 pm B: Sat., June 1 10:00 am-12:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

Learn to determine housing options that fit your needs. Discover resources for clearing clutter and auctioning personal property. If aging in place, determine the best modifications to make staying in your home functional and safe. #6013: 1 session - limit 30 $34 A: Thurs., June 20 6:00-8:00 pm B: Sat., Aug. 3 10:00 am-12:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208, all sections

Demystify the Home Buying Process Nene Matey-Keke

Join us to take the mystery out of mortgages, home inspections, and closings. Discover secrets to improving your credit score, explore hidden resources to cover down payment and closing costs, and learn how to find a good real estate agent. #6017: 1 session - limit 30 $34 A: Thurs., May 2 6:00-8:00 pm B: Sat., July 13 10:00 am-12:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208, all sections Want a career using your drone or UAV? Check out Going into Business with your Drone/UAV on page 20.

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Money & Business Prepare Your Own Will Adam Altman

Who will raise your children if you die? Who will be your executor? Without a will, the laws in Minnesota and a judge will make those decisions. Create a simple will that gives you peace of mind. Notaries provided. #6000: 1 session - limit 25 $44 per person or $69 per couple B: Mon., Apr. 15 7:00-9:00 pm C: Wed., July 10 7:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 223, all sections

Which is Better — Will or Trust? Bonnie Wittenburg

Get your estate in order! Explore wills and trusts, their differences, and the benefits of each. #6007: 1 session - limit 25 $25 Tu., May 7 6:30-7:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

Avoiding Probate and Preserving Assets Richard Bunin

Learn what a living trust is and how it can be used to avoid probate and retain control of your assets. Explore ways to preserve assets in case of extraordinary medical costs, types of wills, estate planning, and more. #6015: 1 session $29 B: Mon., Apr. 15 7:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 217

Exploring money matters with children. Kids and Money: Parent & Child Class Meghan Johnson

Every day, kids are forming opinions about life ­— and money. Introduce your child to healthy money habits, and find fun ways to talk about the influences and choices regarding money. Each child will receive a piggy bank and workbook. For parents and children ages 6-10. #6001: 1 session - limit 20 $19 Tu., Apr. 16 6:00-7:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

How To Find and Pay For a Great College Without Having Great Debt Alan Weinblatt

How do you find and pay for a great college? Learn what the FAFSA is and how to complete it to your advantage. Explore the impact of the ACT and SAT, how to find big scholarships, and more. It is not too soon to start! #8002: 1 session - limit 12 $24 Tu., Apr. 23 6:30-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 217

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Music & Dance Belly Dancing Basics & Beyond Janine Waldack

Join the sisterhood of belly dance! Explore the beauty of belly dancing while toning your body. Learn basic moves, finger cymbal use, and more. Level 1-2 class, no experience needed. Bring a hip scarf. #7003: 9 sessions - limit 25 $89 Wed., June 12-Aug. 14 6:10-7:40 pm No class July 3 Hopkins Center for the Arts 218

Belly Dancing Intermediate Kristin Kujawski

NEW! First Wedding Dance Dudding, Jay

Wow your guests with your first dance at your wedding or other special occasion! Get your feet moving to the Waltz, East Coast Swing, Rumba, and Hustle dance styles. Individuals welcome! #7020: 3 sessions - limit 40 $39 Fri., May 17-31 7:45-9:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 218

NEW! Swing & Ballroom Dance: Let’s Continue

Continue exploring Middle Eastern dance. Build on your skills as you learn more techniques, combinations, and finger cymbal patterns. This is a Level 2 intermediate class. Prerequisite: Belly Dancing Basics & Beyond or instructor’s permission. Bring a hip scarf and finger cymbals. #7004: 9 sessions - limit 20 $89 Wed., June 12-Aug. 14 7:40-9:10 pm No class July 3 Hopkins Center for the Arts 218

Jay Dudding

Continue exploring the East Coast Swing, Hustle, and Waltz dance styles! Practice the steps to feel comfortable on the dance floor. #7017: 3 sessions - limit 40 $39 Fri., May 17-31 6:30-7:45 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 218

Line Dancing Annette Fragale

Feel confident joining the line dance no matter what the music. Learn Country, Latin, and American styles of line dancing. No partner or experience necessary. Join us to see why line dancing can be such a fun workout! #7014: 5 sessions - limit 30 $49 C: Wed., May 1-29 6:30-7:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center Cafeteria

Belly Dancing Advanced Amina Beres, Mary West

Join us for skills, drills, and zills as we drill the moves you know and add Turkish stylings. Choreographies and combinations may be taught, as well as folkloric influences. Class is a level 3+. Prerequisite: Intermediate-level belly dance experience. Bring a hip scarf, finger cymbals, and veil. #7001: 5 sessions $59 A: Tu., May 14-June 11 7:00-8:30 pm B: Tu., June 25-July 23 7:00-8:30 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts 218, all sections

Come Dance with Me! Monthly Community Ballroom Dance

Bring your dancing shoes for an evening of traditional ballroom and Latin-style dancing to the sounds of live music from Tim Patrick and his Blue Eyes Band. Singles are welcome, but all dance styles will be focused around paired dancing. All ages welcome! $15 per person in advance, $20 at the door. #7000: 1 session - limit 100 A: Fri., Apr. 5 7:00-9:00 pm B: Fri., May 3 7:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center Cafeteria, all sections

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Music & Dance Advanced Beginner Ballet For Adults Patricia Lucas

Tap Dance for Adults Gretchen Novak

Find your rhythm in this fun class! We will learn basic steps and combine them for a short routine. Dress comfortably and bring tap shoes. No discounts. #7009: 5 sessions - limit 12 $55 Sat., Apr. 13-May 18 12:15-1:00 pm No class Apr. 20 Dance Unlimited, 6900 Oxford St., St. Louis Park

Jazz Dance Movement Patricia Lucas

This class uses the format of a jazz class to give you the opportunity to dance, develop strength, and discover your dance style. No experience necessary! No discounts. #7011: 6 sessions - limit 15 $69 C: Fri., May 10-June 14 9:30-10:30 am #7011: 5 sessions - limit 15 $59 D: Fri., June 21-July 26 9:30-10:30 am No class July 5 #7011: 4 sessions - limit 15 $49 E: Fri., Aug. 2-30 9:30-10:30 am No class Aug. 9 Hopkins Center for the Arts 218, all sections

Ballet is excellent training for body awareness, cardio health, and countering the collapse that can happen with aging. We follow the classic structure of a ballet class and modify for the various needs of individuals. All ages welcome. No discounts. #7015: 5 sessions $59 C: Mon., May 6-June 10 9:10-10:10 am No class May 27 #7015: 6 sessions $69 C: Mon., June 17-July 22 9:10-10:10 am #7015: 4 sessions $49 E: Mon., July 29-Aug. 26 9:10-10:10 am No class Aug. 5 Hopkins Center for the Arts 218, all sections

Intermediate Ballet For Adults Patricia Lucas

It’s never too late to dance! We follow the classic structure of a ballet class and modify it for the needs of individuals. Some ballet experience is helpful. This is an intermediate level class. All ages welcome. No discounts. #7012: 6 sessions - limit 15 $75 C: Wed., May 8-June 12 9:10-10:25 am D: Wed., June 19-July 24 9:10-10:25 am #7012: 4 sessions - limit 15 $55 E: Wed., July 31-Aug. 28 9:10-10:25 am No class Aug. 7 Hopkins Center for the Arts 218, all sections

Adult Ballet for All Levels Gretchen Novak

Join us for classical ballet training for all skill levels. Improve posture and create long, lean muscles with ballet! Learn proper technique with barre work, stretching, and combinations. Wear fitted clothing and ballet shoes in class. No discounts. #7010: 5 sessions - limit 12 $60 Sat., Apr. 13-May 18 1:00-2:00 pm No class Apr. 20 Dance Unlimited, 6900 Oxford St., St. Louis Park

It’s never too late to find your rhythm! Chords are Key for Piano

Chords are Key for Guitar

In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to actually play songs! Our focus is on learning the chords, not note reading. Learn all of the chords you’ll need to play any song in this one session. We’ll cover a range of topics such as how chords work, forming the three main chords, working with different keys and time signatures, simplifying chords, and more. Class fee includes an online book and online video instruction. #7007: 1 session $59 Mon., Apr. 1 6:30-9:30 pm Eisenhower Elementary 312

This crash course will teach you the basic chords to get you playing guitar right away! We’ll cover topics such as how chords work, forming the three main chords, tuning your guitar, strumming patterns, keys to purchasing a good guitar, and more. For ages 16+. Class fee includes an online book and online video instruction. Bring an acoustic guitar to class. #7008: 1 session $59 Wed., Apr. 3 6:30-9:00 pm Eisenhower Elementary 312

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Special Interest Fifty Plus Travel — Sharing the Wisdom Mary O’Brien

Travel is high on many people’s retirement list. How do you decide where, when, and how to go? Whether you are widely-traveled or have never left your own backyard, talking with others is a valuable resource. This class will provide the basics on using internet travel sites and tour groups, as well as sharing personal travel experiences in class to pool our collective travel wisdom. #8507: 1 session $29 B: Thurs., May 16 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215

Walk the Camino! Margarita Alvarez

The Camino de Santiago is an almost 500-milelong path in northern Spain that many explore as a retreat for spiritual growth and personal reflection. Margarita Alvarez will share her beautiful photos of Spain and tell her personal story of walking the Camino in 2017. Learn how she planned for the trip, the people and places she encountered on her journey, and what the journey meant to her. #8560: 1 session $19 A: Thurs., May 16 7:00-8:00 pm B: Thurs., Aug. 8 7:00-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 213, all sections

Say Nothing! Stress Management for the 50+ Crowd Mary O’Brien

Use Your Skills & Talent to Travel for Free!

As we grow older, we increasingly find ourselves in conversations with adult children, loved ones, and friends where we struggle to listen with the intent to understand rather than with the intent to respond. That struggle often ends with us saying nothing — even if we have a lot to say. Explore the difficulty and benefits of saying nothing, followed by stressmanagement techniques which will help you deal with the emotional response of silence. #8518: 1 session $29 B: Thurs., May 9 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

Have the time and money to travel as much as you want! Instructor Gina Henry will show you her secrets. She has traveled to 93 countries and all 50 states for free in the past 26 years. If you’re near retirement, retired, changing careers, or like the idea of making additional income to support your travel dreams, this class is for you. $15 materials fee paid to instructor at class includes Gina Henry’s “Use Your Skills & Talent to Travel Free” book. #8527: 1 session - limit 35 $29 Sun., Apr. 14 1:00-4:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 207, 209

Transitioning Identity, Passion, and Purpose in Retirement

Gina Henry

Bob Koehler

Pull back the curtain on the myths and realities that surround retirement. Discover usable tools to begin the process of retirement preparation today along with a handout of course materials to use as a reference tool in the years ahead. #8506: 1 session $29 C: Tu., May 14 6:00-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215

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Special Interest Going into Business with your Drone/UAV Midwest Drone Racing

The Day After Retirement Mary O’Brien

What will your life look like once you don’t answer the call of the alarm clock? What can you do now to plan your transition into retirement? Having a sense of purpose is one of the keys to satisfaction. Explore a variety of ways to identify what is important to you, then set the foundation for a purpose-filled life in retirement. #8517: 1 session $29 B: Thurs., May 23 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 215

Learn what it takes to become FAA certified in Remote Unmanned Piloting. Explore the regulations and differences between flying an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) or drone as a hobbyist as well as commercially. Learn about common topics found in the FAA certification exam and what steps to take to go into business with your UAV after you obtain certification. No discounts. #8503: 1 session $109 A: Thurs., Apr. 25 6:00-8:00 pm B: Thurs., May 16 6:00-8:00 pm C: Thurs., June 13 6:00-8:00 pm D: Thurs., July 11 6:00-8:00 pm E: Thurs., Aug. 15 6:00-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208, all sections

Fearless Aging Mary O’Brien

You may not have a choice about aging, but you do have a choice about how you approach it. What better way than fearlessly? Fearless aging is the power to positively impact your future. This class explores the normal, natural processes of aging — physical and lifestyle — and what you can do to improve the quality of your life. Discover what to expect and the lifestyle choices that will help you make the most of what you’ve got as you age. Let’s explore aging and be fearless! #8504: 1 session $29 B: Thurs., May 30 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 217

Being Mortal

Know Your Somali Neighbor Mashood Yunus

Join a lively discussion on the misconceptions about Islam which can sometimes hinder the relationship between Muslim and nonMuslim communities. Learn about our newer neighbors and be a part of promoting mutual understanding between Muslims and other communities. #8508: 2 sessions - limit 25 $29 Tu., June 18 & 25 7:00-9:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

Mary O’Brien

Keep on living your very best life! Based on the best selling book by Dr. Atul Gawande, this class provides a platform for discussing how to live a good life in the face of our own mortality — and what will matter to us in the end. Consider how you want to live at the end of your life, including the roles that medicine and communication play. Participants are encouraged to either read the book or view the PBS Frontline special, but do not need to do either before attending class. #8519: 1 session $29 B: Thurs., June 6 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 217

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Special Interest Lead a community education experience! Lead Your Ideal Community Education Experience! Dominique Pierre-Toussaint, Andrea Sjogren

Join Hopkins Community Education as we work to co-create our ideal community! Learn to lead or teach a community education class or experience. Hear from community education staff members on planning your ideal experience, writing descriptions, attracting participants, and more. Come armed with ideas and questions about how to create action on your course idea. Join us and learn how to share your gifts with the community. #8530: 1 session Free, registration required Wed., May 29 5:30-6:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 213

Supporting your young learner! So Your Child is Going to Kindergarten!

Designed to help parents understand more about the kindergarten experience at Hopkins Public Schools. Hear from an elementary school principal and participate in a facilitated conversation that will include information on curriculum and examples of activities, the importance of the social side of the classroom, and how to best support your child as they get ready for this important milestone. Parentonly class for parents with children age three to five years. Presented by Hopkins Early Childhood programs. Questions? Please call 952-988-5000. #703-EF $10/person, $15/household Thurs., Nov. 7 6:30-8:00 pm Thurs., Nov. 14 6:30-8:00 pm Harley Hopkins Family Center 125

How to Help Your Student be More Organized Illona Iris

Is your child having difficulty getting their school day, homework, and extracurricular materials organized? Learn skills to teach young people to organize backpacks, assignments, homework areas, and projects. Discuss ways to instill valuable time-management skills in your child. There will also be time for group discussion and Q & A. #8010: 1 session $29 B: Sat., Apr. 6 10:30 am-12:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 213 Looking for more classes like these? See Cooking with Kids classes on page 7, Kids & Money, and How To Find and Pay For a Great College Without Having Great Debt on page 16.

Save the date for music, friends, food, and fun! Rock-n-Royal Block Party! Saturday, Sept. 7 Hopkins Center for the Arts Plan to join us for the Hopkins Education Foundation’s Rock-n-Royal Block Party. Enjoy tasty eats from local food trucks, dancing to live music, socializing with other Hopkins parents, or meet new friends! Watch for more details in your fall 2019 catalog or visit:

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World Languages Spanish Part 1 Carolyn Tabor

ยกHola! Would you like to start learning Spanish? Come join this beginner course and start with the basics! Students will have a small assignment each week. #9001: 8 sessions - limit 20 $89 A: Fri., Apr. 12-May 31 10:00 am-12:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

Spanish Part 2 Carolyn Tabor

Study the Spanish language, including present tense. Review regular verbs and learn irregular verbs. Practice speaking, listening, and reading. Small writing assignments reinforce what you will learn in this class. #9005: 8 sessions - limit 20 $89 B: Mon., Apr. 1-May 20 10:00 am-12:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208 C: Tu., June 4-Aug. 6 12:30-2:30 pm No class July 2, 9 Eisenhower Community Center 213

Spanish Part 3 Carolyn Tabor

Study past, future, and present tense as well as other aspects of the Spanish language. Review regular verbs and irregular verbs. Practice speaking, listening, and reading. Use writing assignments to practice what you learn. #9006: 8 sessions - limit 20 $89 B: Mon., Apr. 1-May 20 12:30-2:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208 C: Thurs., June 6-Aug. 8 12:30-2:30 pm No class July 4, 11 Eisenhower Community Center 213

French 1

Mimi Lefranc

Develop a solid foundation in vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation by learning French through a thematic method that facilitates memory retention. Learn goodto-know phrases, common questions and answers, and more. Verbal expression is strongly encouraged through games and simple conversations. Use home assignments to boost your learning experience. No prior knowledge of French is necessary. #9020: 10 sessions $119 B: Wed., Apr. 3-June 5 7:00-8:30 pm Eisenhower Community Center 221

French 2

Mimi Lefranc

Expand your ability to communicate verbally or in writing in a variety of practical situations. Learn to incorporate common verbs and everyday vocabulary. Magazine articles, menus, and comic books will be used as source material for a dynamic learning experience. Prerequisite: Beginning French or a knowledge of basic French. #9021: 10 sessions - limit 10 $119 B: Thurs., Apr. 4-June 13 7:00-8:30 pm No class May 16 Eisenhower Community Center Classroom

German for Travel

Germanic American Institute

Join us for an introduction to German for travel in German-speaking countries. Learn a few common and useful German words and phrases, as well as sightseeing and travel tips. Explore regional dialects and hear about the land, people, and customs of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. #9011: 8 sessions - limit 20 $89 Mon., Apr. 1-May 20 6:30-8:00 pm Eisenhower Community Center 208

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Early Childhood Programs

ECFE parent-child classes and full- and half-day preschool! We're here to support your parenting journey and give your child a great foundation of school-readiness skills for kindergarten and beyond. Connect with other parents and engage with your child at Hopkins ECFE! Register now for parent/child classes, family activities, free workshops, parent-only classes, and much more! Call 952-988-5000 or visit HopkinsSchools.org/early Ready for preschool? Visit HopkinsSchools.org/preschool or contact preschool programs supervisor Kathy Willett at 952-988-5003, or email Kathy.Willett@HopkinsSchools.org Can’t make it to a class right now but want to stay connected? Follow us on Facebook (HopkinsEarlyChildhood)!

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Youth Programs

Out-of-school time activities for youth! Register now for the best summer ever at Hopkins Camp Royal! Discover friendships and make positive connections with caring adults in Hopkins Community Education youth enrichment classes. After school, evenings, even on weekends, youth enrichment classes amplify your child’s school experience! Looking for awesome summer experiences for your child? Have the best summer ever at Camp Royal! Full- and half-day weeklong camps at an affordable price point for families. Check out HopkinsSummer.org or call 952-988-4070 to have a Camp Royal brochure mailed to you.

Free Summer Meals Free breakfast and lunch for youth! Hopkins Public Schools is serving up free meals this summer for youth age 1-18. Show up at one of our summer meal sites and eat free! Watch for information at HopkinsSchools.org in late spring. Or, call Hopkins Public Schools Nutrition & Lifestyle services at 952-988-4060.

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Registration and class locations It’s time for you! Register for classes: Online Register online for classes at: www.HopkinsCommunityEd.org

Register Early! Registrations are on a first-come basis. Decision to cancel a class due to low enrollment is made before the class date, so register early to prevent your class from canceling.

By Phone If your credit card is stored in our system, you may call to register: 952-988-4070, M-F, 8 am-4:30 pm.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee Our goal is to develop and deliver a wide range of quality programs to meet the needs of the community. We strive for excellence in serving our customers in a prompt and courteous manner. We want your experience with to be positive, so please let us know if you aren’t fully satisfied. Contact Andrea Sjogren, Adult Program Coordinator at 952-988-4068.

By Mail Complete a registration form, include a check (payable: Hopkins Community Education) to: Hopkins Community Education Eisenhower Community Center 1001 Highway 7, Hopkins, MN 55305 In Person/Drop-off At Eisenhower Community Center, room 170, M-F, 8:00 am-4:00 pm. Drive-up drop box located under the canopy entrance of Eisenhower Community Center. Place in a sealed envelope with check payment (check only — no cash, no credit card) addressed to Hopkins Community Education.

Inclement Weather Information If the Hopkins School District is closed due to bad weather, then Community Education classes and activities may be canceled. If the weather turns bad late in the day, Community Education may also cancel activities. Call the 24-Hour Hopkins Community Education phone line for cancellations: 952-988-4019, or visit HopkinsSchools.org/weather.

Registration information Mark your calendar and assume you are registered. Your class will be held at the time and place indicated in the brochure unless you are contacted. We will notify you if a class is filled, canceled or changed. Cancellation Policy and Refund Information • We will gladly refund your class registration fee, or switch your class, if you cancel five business days prior to the first class. Once a class has begun, no refunds or changes will be made. You may send a friend in your place if, at the last minute, you find you are unable to attend your class. • We reserve the right to cancel a class due to low enrollment. In that case, we will call you and arrange to refund your class fee. Discount Information Residents of Hopkins School Districts, 62 years and older, and Hopkins Public Schools employees are eligible for some discounts as follows: • For cooking classes, may reduce fee by $5. • For pottery classes, may reduce fee by $25. • For most other classes, the discount is 25% off the regular fee not including materials or textbook fees. Exceptions include all computer classes, trips and other courses as noted in the description. • Hopkins Public Schools employees are limited to one discounted class per session. • No discounts for classes at Hopkins Activity Center or Minnetonka Senior Center

In addition, there are occasional “promotional discounts” that are available to individuals subscribed to Hopkins Community Education’s E-Club. You can subscribe to E-Club (to receive e-newsletters and special discounts) at HopkinsCommunityEd.org. Health Plan Discounts All UCare Minnesota or Metropolitan Health Plan (MHP) members may take up to a $15 discount per class on most classes. Members must be on UCare or MHP at the time of registration and through the duration of the class. Indicate ID number(s) on the registration form. Fee Assistance Community Education has limited fee assistance available to School District residents who qualify and are unable to pay the full registration fee. For information and application, please call 952-9884070.

Class locations Eisenhower Community Center 1001 Highway 7, Hopkins, MN 55305 Eisenhower Elementary 1001 Highway 7, Hopkins, MN 55305 Gatewood Elementary 14900 Gatewood Drive Minnetonka, MN 55345 Harley Hopkins Family Center 125 Monroe Avenue South Hopkins, MN 55343

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Hopkins Center for the Arts 1111 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN 55343 Hopkins High School 2400 Lindbergh Drive Minnetonka, MN 55305 Hopkins North Junior High 10700 Cedar Lake Road Minnetonka, MN 55305 Hopkins West Junior High 3830 Baker Road, Minnetonka, MN 55305

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Lindbergh Center 2700 Lindbergh Drive Minnetonka, MN 55305 Minnetonka Community Center 14600 Minnetonka Blvd., Minnetonka ResourceWest 1011 First Street South, Hopkins, MN 55343 Ubah Academy (Katherine Curren) 1600 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN 55343


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Hopkins Minnetonka Community Dance Presents

Monthly Community Ballroom Dance

Fridays, April 5 & May 3 7:00-9:00 p.m. Enjoy an evening of socializing and dancing to live music with the Sinatrastyle sound of singer Tim Patrick and His Blue Eyes Band.

Come Dance With Me!

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Explore dance classes! Ballroom, Tap, Belly Dance, Jazz & More!


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Hopkins Community Education Spring/Summer 2019 Adult Enrichment Catalog  

Fresh new classes for spring and summer! Explore fine art, crafts, pottery, fitness, dance, music, finance, cooking, computers, wellness, an...

Hopkins Community Education Spring/Summer 2019 Adult Enrichment Catalog  

Fresh new classes for spring and summer! Explore fine art, crafts, pottery, fitness, dance, music, finance, cooking, computers, wellness, an...