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Welcome to Community Education!

Inside you will find classes, speakers and events that can enrich your life and help you succeed all while having a great time. Make new friends, start a new hobby, get healthy or increase your job skills. Our instructors are experts and eager to share what they know with you. We hope you take the time to browse our catalog to find something that can benefit you!

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Table of Contents Fitness and Health.................. 4-14 Yoga, Kettlebell, Zumba, Nordic Pole Walking, Nutrition classes, CPR Training and more Hobbies and Crafts ................ 15-19 Pottery, Glass Fusing, Oil Painting, Rustic Twig Furniture, Writing Children’s Books, Watercolor and more Special Interest ....................... 20-25 Dance Lessons, Just Once Drums, Facebook & Twitter, Real Estate Investing, Outdoors with your Children and more Ed2Go Online Classes............ 26 Adult Basic Ed ........................ 27 ELL/ESL, GED Classes/Testing Magnifying Abilities ............... 28-29 Parent Education ................... 30-31 The Family Center ................. 32-33 55 and Older ........................... 34-38 Bridge Group, Senior Yoga, Driver Improvement and more Community Events................. 39-41

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Zumba!

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Ditch the workout! Join the Party! Over the course of an hour, this cardio-dance class will span a variety of dance rhythms like mambo, cha-cha, cumbia and merengue, with the occasional hip-hop or belly dancing move thrown in. The moves are easy and there is not a lot of talking or choreography. No dance experience required! Anyone can Zumba! Wear clothes that allow ease of movement and tennis shoes. heresa Spicer has been teaching vari5:15-6:15 p.m. ous group fitness classes #6105 Mon, June 7 to 28 Club Prior, 16210 Eagle Creek Ave for the past 20 years and 4 sessions $32 has been instructing yoga Theresa Spicer 55 and older $28 since 2003. Theresa is a certified YogaFit instructor. Yoga/Meditate (All Levels)

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er yoga classes are based on the ancient fitness science of hatha yoga – blending balance, strength, flexibility and power in a fitness format. YogaFit overcomes the mystery of yoga by delivering a practical, user-friendly style, which is accessible, understandable, and doable by individuals at any level of fitness.

In this combination class we will practice 45 minutes of yoga where our minds will focus on our physical form with attention to alignment. Poses will be held between 30-90 seconds. During the last 15 minutes, enjoy guided meditation using various techniques. This class will sharpen your focus. Wear clothes that allow ease of movement and bring a mat and a wool (or sturdy) blanket for meditation. #6132 Wed, June 9 to 30 5:15-6:15 p.m. Club Prior, 16210 Eagle Creek Ave Theresa Spicer 4 sessions $32 55 and older $28

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To “turn your body around” do you need a little bit of inspiration, accountability and fun? This 4-week bootcamp exercise program will do that! Exercise options will be offered to challenge all levels of fitness. Expect to lose fat and gain muscle while increasing confidence and improving overall well-being. Each week pick 3 of the 4 available days.

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Body 180 Bootcamp “Extreme 4 Weeks”

M, W, F, 5:30-6:30 a.m. and Sa - 7-8 a.m. #6146A June 14 to July 10 #6146B July 12 to August 7 #6146C August 9 to Sept. 4 BRX Fitness, 16180 Hastings Ave SE, Suite 302 4 weeks $99

Zumba

A Latin-inspired dance-fitness class. The class combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic/fitness fashion. Dancers and non-dancers enjoy and succeed at Zumba! Come join the dance party!! #6156A Mon, June 14 to July 5 6-6:55 p.m. #6156B Thu, June 17 to July 8 6-6:55 p.m. #6156C Mon, July 12 to August 2 6-6:55 p.m. #6156D Thu, July 15 to August 5 6-6:55 p.m. #6156E Mon, August 9 to 30 6-6:55 p.m. #6156F Thu, August 12 to Sept. 2 6-6:55 p.m. BRX Fitness, 16180 Hastings Ave SE, Suite 302 4 sessions $39

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The perfect blend of Yoga and Pilates that brings together challenging yoga poses and exercises from the pilates mat series in one fluid, invigorating workout. All levels welcome. Mats will be provided.

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#6080A Fri, June 18 to July 9 10:15-11:15 a.m. #6080B Fri, July 16 to August 6 10:15-11:15 a.m. #6080C Fri, August 13 to Sept. 3 10:15-11:15 a.m. BRX Fitness, 16180 Hastings Ave SE, Suite 302 4 sessions $39

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Body Blast with TRX

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Challenge your balance and coordination in this great total body conditioning class utilizing a variety of equipment, which can include Kettlebells, Dumbells, Steps, Bosu, TRX Suspension Training and more. All levels welcome. #6144A Wed, June 16 to July 7 7-7:55 p.m. #6144B Fri, June 18 to July 9 9:15-10:15 a.m. #6144C Wed, July 14 to August 4 7-7:55 p.m. #6144D Fri, July 6 to August 6 9:15-10:15 a.m. #6144E Wed, August 11 to Sept. 1 7-7:55 p.m. #6144F Fri, August 13 to Sept. 3 9:15-10:15 a.m. BRX Fitness, 16180 Hastings Ave SE, Suite 302 4 sessions $39

Zumba® Gold

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The Zumba® Gold Fitness program is second to none. It is an innovative, fun and exciting program designed for the active older adult, the true beginner, people who are not used to exercising or may be limited physically. The main difference between Zumba® Gold and Zumba is Zumba® Gold is done at a lower intensity, not as fast, but certainly as fun! The same great Latin styles of music and dance are used. This amazing program is very easy to follow so anyone at any age will be able to do Zumba® Gold. Dances specifically highlighted in the program include the Merengue, Salsa Cha Cha, Cumbia, Salsa, Rock & Roll (including Twist and Charleston), Belly Dance, Flamenco and Tango. #6081A Mon, June 14 to July 5 9-10 a.m. #6081B Fri, June 18 to July 9 8-9 a.m. #6081C Mon, July 12 to August 2 9-10 a.m. #6081D Fri, July 16 to August 6 8-9 a.m. #6081E Mon, August 9 to 30 9-10 a.m. #6081F Fri, August 13 to Sept. 3 8-9 a.m. BRX Fitness, 16180 Hastings Ave SE, Suite 302 4 sessions $32

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Total body workout utilizes a cast iron weight which looks like a cannonball with a handle. Kettlebells blast off fat and burn to the “core� faster than any aerobic machine providing a killer cardio and maximum strength workout. You will learn the foundational exercises, proper form, technique and modifications to suit your personal fitness level. Each week we will progress and build on skills used the previous week. We will supply the kettlebells for the classes. Men and women are welcome. Minimum age requirement is 14 years.

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#6130A Sun, June 6-27 5-5:45 p.m. #6130B Tue, June 15 to July 6 9:30-10:15 a.m. #6130C Tue, June 15 to July 6 6-6:45 p.m. #6130D Wed, June 16 to July 7 6-6:45 p.m. #6130E Thu, June 17 to July 8 9:30-10:15 a.m. #6130F Sun, July 11 to August 1 5-5:45 p.m. #6130G Tue, July 13 to August 3 9:30-10:15 a.m. #6130H Tue, July 13 to August 3 6-6:45 p.m. #6130I Wed, July 14 to August 4 6-6:45 p.m. #6130J Thu, July 15 to August 5 9:30-10:15 a.m. #6130K Sun, August 8 to 29 5-5:45 p.m. #6130L Tue, August 10 to 31 9:30-10:15 a.m. #6130M Tue, August 10 to 31 6-6:45 p.m. #6130N Wed, August 11 to Sept. 1 6-6:45 p.m. #6130O Thu, August 12 to Sept. 2 9:30-10:15 a.m. BRX Fitness, 16180 Hastings Ave SE, Suite 302 4 sessions $39

Pilates Matwork

Appropriate for beginner and regular students, mat class encourages students to work deeply and will improve posture, core strength, balance, flexibility and form. Mats will be provided and please wear workout clothes. #6120A Tue, June 15 to July 6 10:15-11:15 a.m. #6120B Tue, July 13 to August 3 10:15-11:15 a.m. #6120C Tue, August 10 to 31 10:15-11:15 a.m. BRX Fitness, 16180 Hastings Ave SE, Suite 302 4 sessions $39

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Buff Bodz and Little Bodz (Adult/Child - Ages 4-10)

This is an opportunity for adults and children to exercise together! This creative approach to exercise allows your family to have fun being healthy together. You will be physically active, but there will also be plenty of time for giggles, family bonding and mind boosters. Fee is for one parent, one child. Each additional child $8. #2723 Sat, June 5 to 26 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. BRX Fitness, 16180 Hastings Ave SE, Suite 302 4 sessions $39

Morning Gentle Yoga

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A class for those looking for an effective but gentler form of exercise. The focus will be on increasing flexibility, balance, posture and breathing habits. Designed for participants who are older, new exercisers, overstressed or in rehabilitation from an injury. We will be doing exercises that support health and self-awareness such as Yoga, Chi Gong and Tai Chi. All levels and abilities welcome. Bring a mat and wear clothes that allow ease of movement. #6005A Thu, June 3 to 24 7:30-8:30 a.m. #6005B Thu, July 8 to 29 7:30-8:30 a.m. Holy Trinity Methodist Church Parking Lot Karen Meyer 4 sessions $32 55 and older $28

WOW (Women on Weights)

Optimize your workout time. Work out with hand weights and a stability ball. Learn full body strengthening and core workout tools that you can easily do at home. This class is taught by a licensed Physical Therapist. This class can be done with or without a stability ball. Please bring your 5-10 lb. hand weights and your stability ball. *Professional quality stability balls are available for purchase ($25) from the instructor. Please call 952-447-3395 or email info@eaglecreekwellness. com if you will need to purchase a ball. #6109 Wed, June 16 Eagle Creek Wellness Center, 14180 Commerce Ave NE Christine Henkle, PT Brenda Brewster, PT

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Strong Core, Strong Body

#6099 Wed, June 23 Eagle Creek Wellness Center, 14180 Commerce Ave NE Brenda Brewster, PT Christina Henkel, PT

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Are you looking to increase your core strength and achieve tighter abs? Would you like greater flexibility with proper posture and improved muscle strength? This class utilizes a core strengthening exercise ball. You will receive a customized exercise program that you can continue to use with your busy lifestyle in your own home. Bring your stability ball. *Professional quality stability balls are available for purchase ($25) from the instructor. Please call 952-447-3395 or email info@eaglecreekwellness.com if you would like to purchase a ball. 6:30-7:30 p.m. 1 session $19

Nordic Pole Walking

Nordic Pole Walking is taking a strong hold here in Minnesota. Many people have found that they have improved posture and overall toning with Nordic Walking. By performing the proper Nordic Walking technique you can burn up to 46% more calories than that of regular walking because you are using 90% of your muscles. It is a very good cardio workout and will help tone your arms and strengthen your back. Your core will improve and of course your legs will love the fact that you are distributing some of the workload to your arms. You can Nordic Walk anywhere either alone or with others, on any kind of terrain, even indoor carpeting. Specially designed Nordic Walking Poles are provided for use in class. Please wear comfortable shoes that can be worn outdoors. Training is on grass and asphalt surfaces. Class will be held indoors if raining. *Optional, Nordic Poles are available for purchase from instructor. If you have questions, you may contact the instructor at 952-797-4243.

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Learn How to Nordic Walk #6118 Thu, July 22 6:30-8 p.m. District Services Center Parking Lot Rhea Kontos, 1 session $19 American Nordic Walking Assoc.

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Running at Your Peak

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Have you hit that running plateau and can’t seem to get over the hump? This course is designed for distance runners who are looking to take their running to the next level. Please wear running shoes to class. • In class one we will perform individual gait analysis and discuss running form. There are simple technique changes that can be made to take minutes off your time. • Class two will cover specific core exercises and stretching that prevent common running injuries, including plantar fasciitis, IT band syndrome and tendonitis. Discover how to tailor your training program to include cross training, functional core training and running specific stretches. • Class three will cover Nutrition. How much money are you spending on “goos and gels”? If you are a distance runner, you know what I am talking about. Learn how to manage food on race day, the energy and fluid demands and the timing of your nutrition. #6077 Tue, June 15 to 29 Eagle Creek Wellness Center, 14180 Commerce Ave NE Dr. Kim Leis, D.C. and Brenda Brewster, P.T.

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3 sessions $39

Stand Up Paddling - “Stand up for Your Health” (Ages 16+)

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Come out and try the latest new trend in the Midwest, Stand Up Paddling. This is a great core workout and an excellent way to cross train. We will inform you on the benefits of stand up paddling, where it originated and then get you on a board! For all those who thought they could never do this, please join us! Cosponsored with Prior Lake Parks & Recreation. Please bring a lifejacket. #6172A Sat, June 26 #6172B Sat, June 26 Joni Stark

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7:30-9 a.m. 9-10:30 a.m. Sand Point Beach 1 session $49

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Are you feeling tired? Have you been trying everything and are now frustrated that nothing has worked to increase your energy? Not sure about proper nutrition or why and what should be supplemented? This class will include natural and healthy ways to increase energy and help you feel better. We will discuss simple at home tests that can determine potential problems including adrenal stress, digestive problems, candida and digestive imbalances. #6161B Tue, June 8 Eagle Creek Wellness Center, 14180 Commerce Ave NE Deborah Genrick, DC

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Boost Your Energy

6:30-7:30 p.m. 1 session $19

Going Beyond Kegels

Incontinence is not a normal part of aging and can be prevented. This seminar demonstrates a program that is an innovative, conservative approach to preventing and treating incontinence. You will learn simple exercises that anyone of any age can do, which take only minutes per day. When combined with simple lifestyle modifications, this program is effective for the prevention and treatment of overactive bladder, urge, stress and mixed incontinence without the side effects of medication. #6140 Wed, June 30 Eagle Creek Wellness Center, 14180 Commerce Ave NE Christine Henkle, PT

6:30-7:30 p.m. 1 session

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Natural Treatments for Planter Fascitis

Have you tried the medical treatments and medications for your foot pain? There are more options available to you. Join us to discuss and try these alternate therapies: Acupuncture, Cold laser therapy, Manual therapy, Taping techniques, Rehabilitation and Orthotics. #6148 Mon, July 12 Eagle Creek Wellness Center, 14180 Commerce Ave NE Dr. Deborah Genrick and Dr. Kim Leis

6:30-7:30 p.m. 1 session

$19

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Nutrition 101 - What Are You Feeding Your Family?

“Nutrition news is constantly changing and it seems like every day there is a new miracle product or food. Everything is getting so confusing that I just don’t know where to start. How can I get my family to eat more nutritious food?” If this sounds like you then you need to attend this class. We will review the basics of proteins, carbohydrates and fats. Discuss food labels and how to read them. Also, get tips on getting around the grocery store and actually have food in your cart for a meal instead of boxes of snacks. We will also explain our in office urine testing to give you baseline picture of YOUR health. #6160 Tue, July 13 Eagle Creek Wellness Center, 14180 Commerce Ave NE Dr. Kim Leis Dr. Deb Genrick

6:30-8:30 p.m. 1 session $19

Your Kids are What You Feed Them

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This class helps parents create a nutritious diet that kids will eat. We will address the following topics: • What to leave in your diet, what to take out and why • Healthy snack alternatives • What and what not to buy organic • Getting kids to eat nutritious food • Supplementations • Affordability • Resources Come and join us for two nights of teaching and learning. You will walk away with new things to try with your family! #6173 Tue, July 20 & 27 District Services Center Kelli Schulte

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6-8:30 p.m. Prof. Dev. Room 1 session $39

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This class is for parents and coaches who have children and teens in sports. Learn to optimize nutrition for your children to enhance training and performance. We will discuss nutrition basics, fluids and electrolytes, pre and post event nutrition, meal planning for tournaments and sport specific nutrition. Help give your children the edge to perform their best. #6147 Tue, August 10 Eagle Creek Wellness Center, 14180 Commerce Ave NE Dr. Kim Leis

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Sports Nutrition for Young Athletes (Adults)

6:30-8:30 p.m. 1 session $19

Change Your Mind, Change Your Life Guided Imagery

Would you like to release the negative effects of stress or anxiety from your life? Learn to influence positive improvement through the inner process of focused awareness. Enjoy a non-threatening environment where each people’s needs and requests will be honored. Learn easy self hypnosis techniques to use for a lifetime. Those who will benefit are people that have trouble relaxing, sleeping, have low energy, low motivation, low self-esteem, lack of focus, procrastinate or have chronic fear and pain. Come change your mind and change your life. Please dress in a relaxed manner and bring a mat or rug, pillow and blanket if you get cold easily. Call Dar if you have any questions at 612-940-2094. #6038 Tue, June 1 to 15 Hidden Oaks Middle School Dar Brooks, CH, NLP

6:30-8 p.m. Room: Media 3 sessions $49

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Adult CPR/AED

Learn how to save the life of a victim over 12 years of age. Learn the signals of a heart attack; how to check an unconscious victim; give rescue breaths; administer first aid; CPR using a breathing barrier and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) when saving the life of a victim of cardiac arrest. Certification received: Adult CPR/AED (valid for one year). #6043 Wed, May 19 #6043X Sat, July 10 District Services Center Karlen Long American Red Cross Certified American Heart Assoc. Certified

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arlen Long is the owner of Rescue For Life a training company that teaches life saving skills. arlen’s background is Law Enforcement. he has been a CPR/First Aid/ AED instructor for over 10 years. She is certified to teach both for American Heart Association and The American Red Cross. arlen also teaches the Babysitting course for youth.

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5:30-9:30 p.m. 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. CE Classroom 1 session $71

Daycare Provider First Aid Infant/Child First Aid/CPR/AED This course has been designed to meet the needs of child care providers or anyone caring for young children. Learn how to save the life of a child (ages 1-12) or an infant (0-1 year). Participants will learn CPR plus, how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) and basic first aid; controlling bleeding; allergic reactions; fainting, poisoning and diabetic emergencies. Certification received: Infant and Child CPR/AED (recognized as valid for one year) and/or Standard First Aid (certification valid for 3 years). Take all three sessions $170 Child CPR/AED #6004C Wed, May 26 #6004Ax Thu, July 22

1 session $65 6-9:30 p.m. 6-9:30 p.m.

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1 session 6-9 p.m. 6-9 p.m.

Standard First Aid #6004A Sat, May 22 #6004Cx Mon, August 16

1 session $44 8-11 a.m. 6-9 p.m.

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Come to the beautiful woods near Red Wing and experience a most unique day. No woodworking experience is necessary. We will help you select and cut saplings that you will use to build either a ladder back chair, a twig or slab bench, an arbor or a table using recycled barn board and step-by-step directions. Lunch is provided. Bring a drill, tape measure and a marker and leave with a piece of twig furniture that will amaze your friends! *Bring a friend to help and learn for an additional $20. #3333C Sun, June 6 #3333D Sat, June 12 Bob McNeely

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Rustic Twig Furniture

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 2 sessions $120*

Bent Willow Chair

Produce the flowing lines of a bent willow chair in just two days at a beautiful farm in the woods near Red Wing. Lunch is provided both days. Bring a drill, tape measure, marker and your enthusiasm. You will have stepby-step directions and a patient instructor to help you finish your chair. *Bring a friend to help for an additional $20. No experience necessary! #3537 Sat & Sun, June 26 & 27 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bob McNeely 2 sessions $220*

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Fiction Writing 101

This is a four week writing class that will take you from the overview information to writing exercises to the beginning of your novel. We will cover GMC, character development, dialogue, point of view, query letters and the dreaded synopsis. Participants will actually start a novel with a story outline and write the first chapter by session four. #3010 Tue, June 8 to 29 District Services Center Rose Marie Meuwissen

6:30-8:30 p.m. CE Classroom 4 sessions $49

Writing Children’s Books

Ever wonder how to publish a Children’s Book? This class will begin with the basic idea for a Children’s Picture Book (32 pages) and go step-by-step starting with organizing your thoughts, putting it down on paper, getting an illustrator, finding a publisher and achieving the finished book. #3011 Mon, June 14 District Services Center Rose Marie Meuwissen

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Glass Fusing: Making Glass Jewelry and Much More (Ages 18+)

This is a make and take experience. Easy to make, these beautiful wearable and functional glass art pieces make wonderful holiday or special occasion gifts. The course will focus on creating a series of personalized fused glass items using dichroic glass and many other glass options. Students typically make between 8-12 items such as: money clips, decorative pins, key chains, book marks, tie bar/ clasp, pendants, ear rings, office spring clips, and refrigerator magnets. No special skills are necessary. You will be amazed at the beauty and the ease of creating miniature glass art pieces for yourself or as gifts. Let your imagination run wild. *Jewelry findings and/or other hardware may be purchased from the instructor at the end of the class. Please bring a lunch. Cost of supplies included in tuition. #3222 Sat, June 19 Prior Lake High School Jim Boles

9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Room: 106 1 session $89*

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Make the first steps to learning how to create a beautiful 16x20 landscape painting that you will be proud to display. Anybody can become an artist. All you need is the desire and determination. Experience how to utilize the proper brush to achieve desired effects such as the sky, trees, water or mountains. You will also learn blending of colors to create desired tones. In this casual, nonthreatening atmosphere, explore the artist within. Supply fee ($30) included in tuition. There is a limited number of easels. Please bring an easel if you have one.

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Oil Painting for Beginners (Ages 16+)

#3223 Wed, June 16 to August 4 3:30-5:30 p.m. District Services Center CE Classroom Gerry Anderson 8 sessions $160

Pallet Knife Technique Workshop (Ages 16+)

Even if you have had no prior training or experi-ence, you will learn techniques that will enable you to produce a beautiful painting that you will be proud to display on you your wall at home. Learn the various methods of pallet knife painting such as painting soft, puffy clouds. You will become accomplished at painting trees, shrubs, mountains and water by learning a few simple hands-on tricks. Supply fee ($25) included in tuition. There is a limited number of easels. Please bring an easel if you have one. #3221 Thu, June 24 to July 29 6:30-8:30 p.m. District Services Center CE Classroom Gerry Anderson 6 sessions $145

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Pottery (Ages 16+)

Learn the basics of creating pottery on the wheel. The instructor will assist you in learning the basic steps of throwing a project on the wheel and glazing. Participants can expect to learn how to create cylinders, bowls, vases and platters. Advanced students can learn how to make teapots and lidded containers. This class is designed for the beginner as well as individuals who wish to continue developing their skills on the potter’s wheel. This is a great class to learn at your own pace and have fun. We will be using stoneware clay, fantastic glazes, and high quality potter’s wheels. Cost of materials included in tuition. Additional materials may be purchased at class. #7005A

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he City Canvas celebrates and recognizes local artistic talents by providing a place for artists to showcase their work at Prior Lake City Hall.

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f you are a resident of the City of Prior Lake, a township resident or a student of ISD 719 schools and would like to display your art for others to enjoy, please contact Jenny Nagy at 952-2260085 or jnagy@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us

Tue, Wed, Thu, July 6 to 15 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. *July 20 Last Day to Make Pots *July 22 Last Day to Trim Pots *July 27 (10 a.m. to 1 p.m. glazing) *August 3 (10-11 a.m. Pick-up) Prior Lake High School Steve Showalter

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Pottery (Ages 18+)

Learn the basics of creating pottery on the wheel. The instructor will assist you in learning the basic steps of throwing a project on the wheel and glazing. Participants can expect to learn how to create cylinders, bowls, vases and platters. Advanced students can learn how to make teapots and lidded containers. This class is designed for the beginner as well as individuals who wish to continue developing their skills on the potter’s wheel. This is a great class to learn at your own pace and have fun. We will be using stoneware clay, fantastic glazes, and high quality potter’s wheels. Cost of materials included in tuition. Additional materials may be purchased at class. #7005B

Tue, Wed, Thu, July 6 to 15* 6-8 p.m. *July 20 Last Day to Make Pots *July 22 Last Day to Trim Pots *July 29 (6-9 p.m. glazing) *August 5 (6-7 p.m. Pick-up)

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Prior Lake High School Steve Showalter

Room: 123 10 sessions

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Think you are not creative? Don’t worry. Come loosen up and be spontaneous while learning simple ways of mastering the medium! The class is designed so that beginners and those who have tried painting will enjoy success. Learn wonderful mixed media techniques to enhance subject matter and composition. You will finish your paintings incorporating rice paper, textured paper, water-soluble crayons and pencils. Dar will do demos on a variety of easy subjects. She will bring reference materials and brushes for student use. Bring paper towels, a glue stick, pen, notebook and any watercolor supplies that you have. Supply fee ($8) included in tuition. *A starter kit ($20) can be pre-ordered. This kit includes a small palette with professional grade watercolors and small pieces of 140# professional grades cold press watercolor paper. To order starter kit, please call Dar at 612-940-2094 no later then July 9. #3352 Wed, July 14 to 28 District Services Center Dar Brooks

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Simple Watercolor with Mixed Media (Ages 12+, All Levels)

6-9 p.m. CE Classroom 3 sessions $69*

All Birthdays!

Create 25 hand-stamped, embellished birthday cards (5 cards of 5 different designs). These cards are great to have on-hand for all the birthday celebrations. There will be designs for men, women and children. All materials are pre-cut and ready to stamp and assemble. Please bring adhesive (i.e double stick tape or tombow). Class includes use of instructor’s stamps, inks and tools. #3366B Wed, July 28 District Services Center Elizabeth Hawley

6-9 p.m. Lg. Conf. Room 1 session $19

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Swing Dancing Workshop

Grab a guy or grab a gal and swing on in! Swing dancing is the most popular and common dance in the US. You can dance to jazz, swing, rock and roll or country with swing dancing. Please sign up with a partner. Fee is for partners. #3219 Mon, July 5 Twin Oaks Middle School Aaron Clarey

7-9 p.m. Cafeteria 1 session

$35

Red Hot Salsa

Learn the hottest and sexiest dance in the US when you learn Salsa! Learn the basics and then add turns such as the Cuddle, the Spin Out, dramatic dips, borderline-illegal moves and more. Your parents will blush when you show them what you learned when you take Red Hot Salsa! Please sign up with a partner. Fee is for partners. #3220 Wed, July 7 Twin Oaks Middle School Aaron Clarey

7-9 p.m. Cafeteria 1 session

$35

Ballroom Workshop

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The Foxtrot and Waltz are universally played at all ballroom dances and share a great way to get your feet wet if you’re interested in learning traditional ballroom dancing. Start with the basics and then add some style and maneuvers. Please sign up with a partner. Fee is for partners. #3217 Thu, July 8 Twin Oaks Middle School Aaron Clarey

7-9 p.m. Cafeteria 1 session

$35

The Latin Workshop

Prepare to astound friends and make others jealous when you take the Latin Workshop. In this workshop we’ll cover the most dramatic of the latin dances – Tango - and the easiest - Merengue. Make the summer hotter than it already is, take the Latin Workshop! Please sign up with a partner. Fee is for partners. #3218 Fri, July 9 Twin Oaks Middle School Aaron Clarey

7-9 p.m. Cafeteria 1 session

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Have you ever wanted to learn to play the drums but simply find it difficult to find the time? In just a few hours even an absolute beginner can learn to play basic drum set patterns and have years of musical enjoyment, and you won’t have to take private lessons to do it. This crash course will teach basic technique, hand exercises, basic rock patterns, drum fills and get you playing along with your favorite songs right away. Bring your drumsticks and practice pad or purchase a set at the workshop. Class limited to 15 students. For ages 10+. *Additional required materials fee of $29 will be collected in class by the instructor for a workbook and practice DVD. #3421 Thu, June 24 District Services Center Andy Artz

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Special Interest

Just ONCE: Drums for Busy People

12-2:30 p.m. CE Classroom 1 session $25*

Just ONCE: Facebook and Twitter

A few years ago, most people had never heard the names Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Twitter or the term blogging. If you want to learn the basics of these leading edge social networking websites, this class is for you. You will be online with your children, old friends and new friends before you know it. You will learn the basics of each of these websites, including how to register, log on, and the most popular aspects of each. No longer will you be left out of online conversations because you don’t know the difference between “tweeting” and “writing on the wall.” You will also learn things to watch out for like potential identity theft. *Additional required materials fee of $29 will be collected in class by the instructor for a workbook and practice DVD. #4205 Thu, June 24 District Services Center Andy Artz

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3:30-6 p.m. CE Classroom 1 session $25*

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Contractors Guide to Windows and Siding

Special Interest

Are you considering investing in new windows or siding for your house? There are many options to consider as you weigh the pros and cons of this big investment. Learn terminology, product types, general cost comparisons, proper installation procedures and warranties. Discover ways to save money and become more confident so that you can evaluate the right options for your home. Bring your questions. #6122A Tue, June 15 #6122B Tue, July 20 #6122C Tue, August 10 District Services Center John Kooiman

6:30-8:30 p.m. 6:30-8:30 p.m. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Lg. Conf. Room 1 session $11

Stock Market Investing Basics

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In this step-by-step introduction to stock market investing basics you will learn how to read a stock report, what the p.e. ratios means, what are dividends, the stock exchanges, how to open an account, risk/rewards, how to find undervalued stocks, when to buy and sell, stock market terms, information and resources. #4206 Thu, June 17 District Services Center

7:15-8:45 p.m Lg. Conference 1 session $11

Attention Home Buyers

The real estate market is changing! Find out what you need to know before you buy. As an educated buyer, you will make better decisions and know what to expect. At this workshop you will learn the process and where to begin, step-by-step including • Advantages of Home Ownership • What to Look For - Establish and Checklist • How to Choose a Realtor • Financing Options-Budget-Credit Score • Buyers Rep Agreement • Mistakes to Avoid #4126A Mon, July 12 #4126B Mon, July 26 District Services Center Liz Jacobs-Michka

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6-8 p.m. 6-8 p.m. Lg. Conference 1 session $11

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This workshop walks you through the process of choosing, finding, evaluating, negotiating and financing your first deals. The instructor will demonstrate how to create quick cash, long-term income, tax breaks and other benefits from your real estate deals. As a new investor, you are likely aware that foreclosures are everywhere in this market...you just need to know how to find them. A portion of this course will take you through a step-by-step process and teach you how to begin investing in foreclosures. You will have an opportunity to learn: • The Basic Overview of Investing • Concepts and jargon of Investing • The definition of Short Sales • Basic Foreclosure Process • Finding distressed and foreclosed properties • How to finance your investment • How to determine buying/selling strategies that best fit your goals #4127A Mon, July 12 #4127B Mon, July 26 Prior Lake High School Liz Jacobs-Michka

8-10 p.m. 8-10 p.m. Room: 127 1 session $11

In Transition? Let’s Figure Out What’s Next for You! (All Adults)

It’s about asking and getting answers to the right questions; it’s about rebalancing your life. Many people today are facing unexpected transitions-and even if it is a planned transition, you may find yourself unprepared because you haven’t stopped to think about what’s really important to you or asked the right questions. Without a plan you don’t really know what’s next for you. In this course, you will not only consider the right questions and find the answers you need to make the next phase of your life the very best it can be, but you’ll also develop YOUR plan--a personal life plan filled with possibilities and focused on what’s important to YOU! This is an interactive course allowing participants to learn from and encourage each other and take action steps even before completing the course. #4207 Thu, July 15 to 29 District Services Center Linda J. Miller

6:30-8:30 p.m. Prof. Dev. Room 3 sessions $59

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Real Estate Investing 101/ Foreclosures and Short Sales

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ll financial seminars are carefully screened to ensure they are strictly informational in nature. Although most seminars are presented by professional financial planners, the design is non-biased and non-sales oriented.

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ou will not be pressured to make a purchase or meet with sales people. We prohibit the direct distribution of flyers, pamphlets or marketing materials that promote specific products, services or companies. We do, however, offer you the opportunity to receive an instructor’s business card or you can ask for more information should you have additional, specific questions that go beyond the content or time frame of the seminar.

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e hope your participation in these programs will be enjoyable. For questions, call Leanne at 952-2260082.

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Aprendemos Español! We Learn Spanish! (Adult/Child Grades 1-5)

Special Interest

Join a certified Spanish teacher on this week-long Spanish adventure as “We Learn Spanish.” Using games, songs, puppets, crafts and worksheets you’ll learn many of the basics such as greetings, numbers, colors, the alphabet and more! This fun and dynamic class will provide daily immersion and repetition which will boost your ability to retain what you learn. You’ll be amazed at how much Spanish an elementary school student can learn in a week! This is a great refresher for those of you who have some previous Spanish knowledge, but is also great for you if you have never taken a Spanish class. Come join the fun and “aprendemos el espanol”! #2789 Mon to Thu, Aug. 2-5 Twin Oaks Middle School Kari Herrgott

9-11:30am Room: 402 4 sessions $95

Family Camp Out (All Ages)

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Families can bring their own tents, or rent one from the City of Prior Lake for an additional fee of $10*. We will play family games, have a cook out, go on a scavenger hunt through the woods with flash lights, make smores over a camp fire and much more. Co-sponsored with the City of Prior Lake Recreation. #2785 Fri-Sat, July 30-31 Lakefront Park

6 p.m. to 10 a.m. $35 per family*

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Having fun outdoors with your children or grandchildren is healthy exercise that can also enhance school performance and encourage children to be good stewards of our environment. This workshop offered by Jeffers Foundation through ISD 719 Community Education for families (including granparents) of children ages 5-11 introduces you to playful outdoor activities that support and reinforce what your children are learning about science and the environment in the Prior Lake-Savage Area elementary and primary school classrooms. When you come, remember to dress for the weather! Some activities will be conducted outdoors. Thursday, August 19 6:00-8:00 p.m. Fee: $33/Family Location: McColl Pond Environmental Learning Center, 13550 Dakota Ave, Savage MN 55378 (Located at Savage Community Park between Co. Rd. 42 and Co. Rd. 16) this eceive in r l il w t u rials yo n $30 - bu a th e r o The mate m of hare e a value ou will s y s e class hav c n ie or exper s! the outdo ildren are priceles h c with your

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In this class, you will receive (through the courtesy of Freshwater Society) a beautiful 2010 Minnesota Weatherguide Environment Calendar which is used in the elementary and primary grades to teach children math, science about subjects such as moon phases, sunrise and sunset, rainfall and snowfall, temperatures, astronomy, stars and constellations, and phenology, language arts and environmental education, and prepare you to support at home subjects taught during the day which can best be observed and studied at home during the evening hours. You will also receive a copy of the booklet entitled “A Parents’ Guide to Nature Play”, a Jeffers Science Journal for recording observations or fond memories of time spent outdoors with your children and a set of innovative GO (Go Outdoors) cards correlated to classroom lessons containing activities you can share outdoors with your children.

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Instructor-Facilitated ONLINE LEARNING More than 300 online courses All courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links and more. You can complete any of these courses entirely from your home or office any time day or night. Courses start as low as:

$95

Enroll Now! Call us at

952.226.0080

or follow the easy steps below Visit www.ed2go.com/ priorlake 2. Click on Courses link, once you choose the department and course title select Enroll Now. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will choose a username and password that will grant you access to the Classroom.

Learn from the Comfort of Home

Some courses offered include: Accounting Accounting Fundamentals I & II, Introduction to Peachtree Accounting, Crystal Reports and Quickbooks and more. Business Management Achieving Success with Difficult People, Administrative Assistant Applications, Building Teams That Work, Fundamentals of Supervision and Management, Fundamentals of Technical Writing, Going Green at the Workplace, Keys to Effective Communication, Managing Customer Service and more. Children, Parents and Family Enhancing Language Development in Childhood, Everyday Math, Guiding Kids on the Internet, Handling Medical Emergencies, Ready, Set, Read!, Understanding Adolescents, Working Successfully With Learning Disabled Students and more.

Health Care Become a Physical Therapy Aide, Become an Optical Assistant, Medical Coding, Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach, Medical Transcription and more. Computer Applications, Graphic Design, Languages, Law and Legal, Personal Enrichment, Personal Finance, Sales and Marketing, Teaching and Education, The Internet, Veterinary and more

3. When your course starts, return to the Online Instruction Center and click Classroom. To begin, simply log in with the userJust visit our Online Instruction name and password you Center to view all available courses! selected during enrollment. www.ed2go.com/priorlake District 719 Community Education Services or call 952.226.0080

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Classes are held at Glendale Elementary School, 6601 Connelly Parkway, Savage, Mondays and Wednesdays, September to May from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Free child care provided by Community Education. Please call 952-403-7674 for more information or other locations.

Volunteers Needed

Adult Basic Education

ELL/ESL (English as a Second or Other Language)

The Carver Scott Educational Cooperative is looking for volunteers to work with adult educational programs. If you would like to volunteer and meet interesting people, please contact Lynnea Henry at 952-403-7690.

GED and Adult Basic Ed

Call 952-403-7674. You will be referred to an Assessment and Registration Center for a free assessment, (a full assessment will take up to 6 hours). After you finish your assessment, GED Assessment and you will be referred to the best class for you. After Registration Centers you complete registration and assessment you may be referred to: Mondays, 1 p.m. • The GED testing center in Shakopee or Thursdays, 5:30 p.m. Chaska (GED test fee: $100) • Free classes located in Shakopee or Chaska Valley Green

GEDi

Workforce Center 792 Canterbury Road, Shakopee

Do you want to earn your GED, but have a hard time making it to class? Work on GED Preparation from the convenience of your home. Call 952-403-7674. Is GEDi online right for you? Can you... • Take a reading test and score approximately a 9th grade reading level. • Use a computer (keyboard, email, internet, word processing). • Access a computer with internet. • Work independently.

GED Testing

The GED (General Equivalency Diploma) exam is a comprehensive seven-hour test in Social Studies, Mathematics, Science and Language Arts in both writing and reading. You are expected to be able to read, compute and interpret information and express yourself in writing on a level comparable to that of 60% of graduating high school seniors in the United States. Preparation is an essential part of the GED. Millions of people like you have taken the GED tests to get a better job, continue their education or to feel better about themselves.

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Magnifying Abilities Magnifying Abilities is a social/recreational program for persons with mental and physical disabilities. The program was established in 1987 through the Carver and Scott County Community Education and the Carver-Scott Educational Cooperative. The program is designed to enhance the community involvement and life long learning of adults with disabilities. Adults who participate in the program are generally from Carver and Scott County, but may include individuals from surrounding areas. Through the program adults with disabilities may participate in craft classes, tours, sporting events and informational classes. Persons with disabilities may also receive assistance when signing up for any community education class. Magnifying Abilities is looking for eager volunteers, drivers and teachers to expand the variety of social and recreational opportunities. For more information conatact Denise at denisefedie@cseced.org or 952.368.8881.

Register at www.priorlakesavagece.com or call 952.226.0080 Creativity to Enhance Your Living Skills

Everyone will have the opportunity to discover their unique creative core! No need to be an artist to enjoy this non-threatening, motivating class. Students will experiment with watercolors, watercolor pencils and crayons, markers and printing. The goal is for each individual to enjoy the creative process in a way that helps become peaceful and relaxed, while being inspired. Dar will do exciting demos which include relaxation exercises that will enhance your creativity-your life. All supplies ($9) included in tuition. Finished art will be displayed at City Canvas at Prior Lake City Hall. Class Max: 10. Instructor Dar Brooks.

#3514 Tue, July 27 from 6-9 p.m. 1 session $29 Location: District Services Center ar Brooks is a local artist who has been teaching in our community for the past 17 years. he belongs to the International Printing Society and has been on the faculty as a teacher for many nature printing workshops including teaching in France and all over the United States. ar has a great love and respect for our natural environment and inspires others with her spontaneous style. Education Services District 719teaching Community

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Magnifying Abilities These classes are only open for persons with cognitive and physical disabilities and their helpers if needed. To register please visit www.priorlakesavagece.com or call Community Education at 952.226.0080 Computer Basics

Do you want to learn some computer basics? This is your chance for an instructor to guide you in accessing the internet and sending email to family and friends, creating files and folders, and some Microsoft Word and Excel basics. Class Max: 5. Instructor: Jim Williams

#4038 Mon & Wed, June 2 to 30 6:30-8:30 p.m. 9 sessions $59 Location: District Services Center Professional Development Room

All Occasion Cards

Create 10 handmade, stamped cards (2 cards of 5 different designs). All materials are cut and ready to stamp and assemble. Please bring adhesive (i.e double stick tape or tombow). Class includes use of instructor’s stamps, inks and tools. Class Max: 10. Instructor: Elizabeth Hawley.

#3367 Tue, July 20 6-8 p.m. Location: District Services Center 1 session $19

All Birthdays!

Create 10 hand-stamped birthday cards (2 cards of 5 different designs). All materials are cut and ready to stamp and assemble. Please bring adhesive (i.e. double stick tape or tombow). Class includes use of instructor’s stamps, inks and tools. Class Max: 10. Instructor: Elizabeth Hawley.

#3366A Thu, August 19 6-8 p.m. Location: District Services Center 1 session $19

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Parent Education

Big Brother Big Sister

You can make a positive difference by volunteering your time to a child. Can you help a child THINK BIG? There is always a child in need of your FRIENDSHIP, so don’t wait any longer. The FOCUS is not on spending money but spending time with a child, building a trusting friendship. You can share a walk in the park, play games, hobbies, recreational activities, run errands, bake cookies or sit and talk. Please call 651-789-2426. Your assistance in helping to recruit volunteers in your community is always most appreciated.

Magnifying Abilities

The Magnifying Abilities program provides classes and assistance for adults with disabilities when seeking community classes, events or special activities. For more information, call Denise Fedie at 952368-8881.

Head Start

Head Start is a CAP Agency Program Serving Scott, Carver and Dakota Counties. They offer Preschool Programs for Ages 3 to 5. Children with Special Needs are welcome and there is no cost to income eligible families. There is limited availability. For an application call 952-496-2125 (Scott County), 952-960-9700 (Carver County) or 651-322-3500 (Dakota County) or visit www.capagency.org/ pages/hedst for more information.

District Census All residents of the district are required to be listed on the census, including new babies, all preschoolers and new families in the district. Call the District Services Center at 952-226-0030. Having your name on the census will ensure that you receive information about Early Childhood Family Education and Screening, Kindergarten Registration and other pertinent district news as your child reaches school age.

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WIC is a nutrition education program for women who are pregnant, nursing or postpartum and for families with infants and children under age five. The program provides nutrition information, counseling for pregnant and nursing mothers and supplemental foods such as milk, cheese, juice, cereals and infant formula to promote good health. WIC eligibility is based on household income guidelines. Appointments must be made in advance. If you live in Scott or Carver County please call 952-496-2125 (press 7) or check the website at www.capagency.org for more information.

Parent Education

WIC (Women, Infants and Children)

First Step of Scott County (Birth to 6)

First Step of Scott County is an early intervention service for children from birth through age six. First Step offers, at no cost to families, information, support and referrals that may help you, your child or your family. Call 952-496-5059 for more information.

New Beginnings

If you’re pregnant or already a mother age 14-21, you can still take a full schedule of high school credits. Counseling, prenatal and childbirth education classes are also available. Call Diane at 952368-8850 or talk to your high school counselor.

Crisis Nursery

The Crisis Nursery welcomes calls from parents in any situation needing a sympathetic ear, parenting tips or information about community resources. In a crisis situation, the Crisis Nursery may be able to provide short term child care for children ages newborn to 12 years, if their families are residents of Scott or Carver Counties. Call Crisis Nursery’s help line at 612-839-5101. Trained advocates are available to help during a crisis. If you are interested in displaying brochures, making donations or volunteering as a care provider, contact Judi at the CAP Agency by calling 952-402-9823. Make a difference in a child’s life!

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The Family Center

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ircle of Friends Preschool 952-226-0956

Top Reasons to Join Circle of Friends Preschool: • Licensed & Experienced Teaching Staff • Literacy, Handwriting & Social Skills Curriculum • Child Care Option Through Kids’ Company • Preschool Standards Align with District Standards • Environmental Learning Focus • Interactive Technology in Classrooms • Family Participation Opportunities • Excellent Facilities at Edgewood School Learn more about Circle of Friends at: www.priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us (Go to Community Ed. -› Family Center)

Are you concerned about your child’s development? Please call 952.226.0980

No two children develop, grow or learn in the same way or do things at the same pace. However, they do develop in predictable ways. If you have a child between the ages of newborn to 5 years and are concerned about their growth, development or learning, or want information relating to any special needs you see, we encourage you to contact us at 952-226-0980. RED FLAGS - CONCERNS: • Loss of skills at any point in development • Any significant accidents, traumas or illnesses • Pregnancy or delivery complications • Lack of social awareness or responses to others • Low or high muscle tone (tight, floppy, loose) • Unsafe activity level • Extreme irritability • Extremely low arousal reactions (underactivity)

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arly Childhood Screening 952-226-0975

The early childhood years, from birth to the start of kindergarten, are an important time of rapid learning and growth. Early Childhood Screening is a quick and simple check of how your child is doing at age three to four. The screening process identifies, at an early age, possible health or learning concerns so children can get help before starting school. All children need to be screened before enrolling in kindergarten. If your child is of screening age and you’d like to schedule an appointment, or if you are conscientiously opposed to screening, please contact our office. Email: www.ecscreening@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us

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Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools A Program of Community Education Services Edgewood School: 5304 WestWood Dr. SE ECFE: 952-226-0950 Early Childhood Screening: 952-226-0975 Circle of Friends Preschool: 952-226-0956 To register for ECFE Classes: • Register Online: www.priorlakesavagece.com • Call: 952-226-0950

The Family Center

Early Childhood Family Center

All ECFE Classes are located at Edgewood School SUMMER ECFE CLASSES Baby Class – “Wee Ones” 0-6 months No parent separation Sibling care is available SB-2 Wed. 6/16-8/11 10:45-12:00 p.m. 8 weeks Rm. 126 Baby Class – “Baby ‘n Me” 6-12 months No parent separation Sibling care is available SB-1 Wed. 6/16-8/11 10:15 a.m. 8 weeks Rm. 126

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Summertime Fun & Learning Summertime Fun and Learning is a class based on the successful ECFE format. You and your child(ren) will have time to play and learn together in one of our family-friendly early childhood classrooms, along with a parent educator and a children’s teacher. Parenting time will include topics such as encouraging curiosity, creativity and imagination as well as exploring typical development. SU-1a Wed. 6/16-7/28 9:00-10:30 a.m. 6 weeks Rm. 121 Ages: 12-24 mos. No parent separation, Sibling care is available SU-1b Wed. 6/16-7/28 9:00-10:30 a.m. 6 weeks Rm. 113 Ages: 2-3 years Parent separation, Sibling care is available

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55 and Older

4-Hour MN HWY Safety Center Driver Improvement Refresher Course

For those who have previously attended any 8-hour driver improvement course or any 4-hour refresher course within the last 3 years. Contact your insurance agent if unsure.

#6067A Thu, July 15 #6067B Tue, August 17 District Services Center Gary Zitzlsperger

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Large Conf. Room 1 session $20

4-Hour AARP Driver Safety Refresher Program

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This course is for those who want to maintain their qualification for the 10% auto insurance premium reduction and have attended any 8-hour driver safety course or any 4-hour refresher course within the last 3 years. There is no driving or other testing in this course, it is classroom work only. Contact your insurance agent if unsure if you qualify for the 4-hour course.

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8-Hour AARP Driver Safety Program

Produced by AARP, this course provides information to help seniors drive violation and crash free as we age. This is a classroom course, there is no driving or other testing involved. If you have not taken an 8-hour course or it has been longer than 3 years since you have taken either course, this is the class for you. Contact your insurance agent if you are unsure of the course you need.

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5:30-9:30 p.m. 5:30-9:30 p.m. 5:30-9:30 p.m. CE Classroom 1 session $15

5:30-9:30 p.m. CE Classroom 2 sessions $15

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Open to experienced Bridge Players. Adult cards is a great way to socialize with others, exercise your mind and have a wonderful time! Please join us as often as you like! Newcomers are welcome. No prior signup required. Sponsored by Prior Lake-Savage Community Education.

Every Monday District Services Center

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55 and Older

55 and up Bridge Group

Senior Yoga (55+)

Exercise is so important for people to maintain good health and independence as they age. Improve strength, flexibility and balance with Yoga. Yoga increases stamina, increases metabolism for weight control and regulate blood sugar levels. Stretch and balance work will prevent and assist in recovery from injuries and prevent falls that often lead to other disabilities and loss of independence. Please bring a Yoga sticky mat and a bottle of water. Dress in comfortable loose clothing.

#6072A Mon, June 21 to Aug. 2 8:30-9:30 a.m. No class: July 5 #6072B Wed, June 16 to July 28 8-9 a.m. No class: July 7 Club Prior, 16210 Eagle Creek Ave Anna Boegeman 6 sessions $48

Members of UCare can take ONE Community Education class with a discount of $15. If the class is less then $15, it is free. UCare Member ID must be provided at the time of registration.

Nordic Pole Walking see page 9 for more information

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Zumba!

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heresa Spicer has been teaching various group fitness classes for the past 20 years and has been instructing yoga since 2003. Theresa is a certified YogaFit instructor.

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Ditch the workout! Join the Party! Over the course of an hour, this cardiodance class will span a variety of dance rhythms like mambo, cha-cha, cumbia and merengue, with the occasional hip-hop or belly dancing move thrown in. The moves are easy and there is not a lot of talking or choreography. No dance experience required! Anyone can Zumba! Wear clothes that allow ease of movement and tennis shoes.

#6105 Mon, June 7-28 5:15-6:15 p.m. Club Prior, 16210 Eagle Creek Ave Theresa Spicer 4 sessions $32 55 and older $28

Yoga/Meditate (All Levels)

In this combination class we will practice 45 minutes of yoga where our minds will focus on our physical form with attention to alignment. Poses will be held between 30-90 seconds. During the last 15 minutes, enjoy guided meditation using various techniques. This class will sharpen your focus. Wear clothes that allow ease of movement and bring a mat and a wool (or sturdy) blanket for meditation.

#6132 Wed, June 9 to 30 5:15-6:15 p.m. Club Prior, 16210 Eagle Creek Ave Theresa Spicer 4 sessions $32 55 and older $28

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This Chinese practice of simple, effective movements promotes flexibility, balance, overall fitness and vitality. Learn a series of slow flowing, gentle movements in short forms of either Sun or Yang styles. Take sessions at your convenience. No discounts. Pay at class as you go. Wear clothes that allow ease of movement.

Ongoing... Tuesdays starting May 4 Level I (Health - Sun Style) 12:10-1 p.m. Level II (Diabetes - Yang Style) 1:10-2 p.m. Club Prior, 16210 Eagle Creek Ave Karen Meyer Buy 5 sessions $15 Buy 10 sessions $30

55 and Older

Tai Chi for Health and Diabetes (55+) (Level I & II)

Arthritis Exercise Program

If you’ve had difficulties starting or continuing an exercise program, consider trying this program. This is a gentle exercise program in a nonthreatening atmosphere designed specifically for people living with arthritis. The instructor, certified by the Arthritis Foundation, will guide you in gentle activities to help increase joint flexibility, range of motion, muscle strength and overall stamina. You are invited to attend one session for free. Take sessions at your convenience. No discounts. Pay at class as you go. Ongoing... Thursdays starting May 6 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. Club Prior, 16210 Eagle Creek Ave Karen Meyer Buy 5 sessions $15 Buy 10 sessions $30

Morning Gentle Yoga

A class for those looking for an effective but gentler form of exercise. The focus will be on increasing flexibility, balance, posture and breathing habits. Designed for participants who are older, new exercisers, overstressed or in rehabilitation from an injury. We will be doing exercises that support health and self-awareness such as Yoga, Chi Gong and Tai Chi. All levels and abilities welcome. Bring a mat and wear clothes that allow ease of movement.

#6005A Thu, June 3 to 24 7:30-8:30 a.m. #6005B Thu, July 8 to 29 7:30-8:30 a.m. Holy Trinity Methodist Church Parking Lot Karen Meyer 4 sessions $32 55 and older $28 Visit www.priorlakesavagece.com - 952-226-0080

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Prior Lake Rotary Club Presents

Featuring GRAMMY Award Winner

Children’s Activity and Play Area

GREAT! Festival Food • Beverages • Arts ‘n Crafts

Be a part of the LFJB festival: To volunteer: email Jeff@lakefrontjazz.com For sponsorship: email tom@lakefrontjazz.com All other inquiries: email info@lakefrontjazz.com

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Prior Lake Rotary Club • Post Office Box 271 • Prior Lake, Minnesota, 55372 The Lakefront Jazz and Blues Festival is Produced by the Prior Lake Rotary Jazz Fund Committee on behalf of the St. Croix Valley Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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Men and Women are invited to an intensive, learn all aspects of tennis in a short amount of time for beginners or intermediate players. Session I: Tue, June 8 to 29 Session II: Tue, July 6 to 27 6:30-8 p.m. Location: Lakefront Tennis Courts Fee: $20/residents $25/non-residents Register at www.priorlakerecreation.com or call 952.447.9820.

Community Events

Tennis for Adults

Lakefront Days August 5, 6, 7 Come Join the Fun! It's Fun for the Whole Family!

Music in the Park

With the addition of our new Environmental Learning Center at Community Park we now have a nice size patio that is perfect for music in the park. The Savage Arts Council, the Savage Library, and the City will schedule one concert in June, July, and August so be sure to check your City Newsletter or the local cable channel for further details. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 952-224-3420 or visit www.cityofsavage.com

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Community Events

Traditional Woodworking Workshop (Adults or Families)

Interested in old homes or have questions about your historic building? Uncover some of the mysteries behind architectural history and preservation with Mark Johnston of Historic Design Consulting, LLC. Mark will demonstrate traditional woodworking methods and make available historic tools and supplies. Q&A session is part of the presentation, giving you an opportunity to pick Mark’s brain about choosing appropriate millwork, deciding interior and exterior paint colors, researching your property’s history and developing a maintenance plan that addresses the needs of historic buildings. Workshop includes tours of the Stans House. To register call 952.445.0378. Sat, May 22 1-3 p.m. Scott County Historical Society 235 Fuller St S, Shakopee $8 for SCHS members, $10 for non-members

Behind the Scenes Tour (Adults)

Explore the nooks and crannies of the Scott County Historical Society in this behind-the-scenes tour! Focusing on how the society organizes and stores its collection, the tour will give participants a chance to see the museum’s nonpublic areas including the building’s basement and the second floor of the Stans House. Standing, Walking and climbing up and down stairs are part of this event. To register call 952.445.0378. Tue, August 17 7-8 p.m. Scott County Historical Society 235 Fuller St S, Shakopee $3 for SCHS members, $5 for non-members

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SAVE THE DATE!

Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010

Prior Lake High School Kick off the holiday entertaining season on Saturday, Nov. 6, with the Taste of Home Cooking School, sponsored by Prior LakeSavage Area Community Education and Southwest Newspapers, parent company of the Prior Lake American and Savage Pacer. A professional demonstrator from Taste of Home, well-known for its great cookbooks and national magazine, will share cooking tips, recipes and easy shortcuts during the presentation. Tickets will go on sale in September. Each attendee will receive a fabulous goodie bag filled with discount coupons, national sponsor samples and gifts from participating vendors. Sponsorship and marketing opportunities are available. Call Southwest Newspapers, (952) 445-3333 for details. Save the date ~ spend it with family & friends. Taste of Home will show you how to make the 2010 holiday entertaining season less stressful and filled with delicious foods!

Sponsored by:

Southwest NEWSPAPERS

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District News

Information from the District Throughout Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools; students, staff, parents and community volunteers give of themselves to make our schools and community better. The annual Partnership Celebration, sponsored by Community Education Services recognizes the many people and organizations that donate their time and resources to benefit our schools. The Phoebe Award is the night’s highest honor. This award recognizes an individual Dr. Sue Ann Gruver who supports education through service Superintendent and has made a positive impact on students. This year two people were honored: Gary Greco and Denell Lund. Gary Greco has devoted countless hours to the PLHS Industrial Technology Department helping with repairs and making tools and equipment that students use each day. Volunteering his skills and labor has not only improved the shops for better student learning; it has also allowed the teachers to spend optimal time with students. Denell Lund has been called an “essential volunteer” and “part of our team” at PLHS. Denell has served on numerous committees including Graduation, Parent Advisory and more. She coordinates volunteer efforts at the high school, helps out during conference time and is willing to take on any new task. Four organizations received the Partners in Education Award: Friends of Wolf Ridge, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, Prior Lake-Spring Lake Watershed District and Sailer’s Greenhouse. Each of these businesses and organizations has helped us fulfill our commitment to environmental education. These are just a few recent examples of outstanding service taking place in and for our schools. Our volunteers are leading by example and working hard to make our schools and community a better place. Thank you!

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District Calendar to go Digital

Due to budget reductions and environmental considerations, the district will not be printing and mailing a districtwide calendar this year. A printable version will be made available this summer on the web site along with Free-andReduced Price lunch information. You can find calendar information at www. priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us then go to “Quick Guide”, then “Parent Info”. District 719 Community Education Services


Education Services Program is to enhance the quality of life for all citizens by helping to provide opportunities for individuals to reach their full potential and contribute to their communities. To accomplish this mission requires that parents, family, schools, churches, businesses, community organizations and all people living within our community work together. This can be done through a cooperative effort in meeting the recreational, educational, social and cultural needs and wants of the community.

Community Education • Adult Enrichment Classes • • • • • • • • • •

Youth and Family Enrichment Classes After School Programs Driver Education Program Summer Swim Lessons Summer Band Lessons Adult Basic Education (GED and ESL/ELL) Ski Clubs Starlab Portable Planetarium 55+ Monday Bridge Group Facility Use Rental and Scheduling (952-226-0095)

Youth Services and Youth Development

Programs connected with K-12 and community to provide youth with service-learning opportunities, volunteer activities, peer mediation, mentorships, leadership development and more.

Parent Support Services

• Parent involvement resources and ideas available • Resource and referral information regarding services in our county • Parent Education Workshops - linking with K-12 and parent groups

Family Center at Edgewood School • • • • • • • •

Early Childhood Family Education Early Childhood Screening Circle of Friends Preschool School Readiness Home Visiting Lending Library Parent Education Special Events (Vehicle Fair, Book Fairs, Garage Sale and more)

Kids’ Company School Age Care

About CES

Our Mission The mission of the Prior Lake-Savage Area Community

• Before and after school care for students grades K-5 • Program at Edgewood School for 4-year-olds, Circle of Friends Preschool students and Edgewood half day kindergarten students • Open M-F, from 6:30 a.m. until school starts, after school until 6 p.m. and release days • All day care during the summer for students entering grades K-7 and age 4, running June to August, M-F, from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Community Involvement and Volunteer Services • • • •

Volunteer Opportunities Business/School Partnerships Service Learning Opportunities Youth Asset Building Resources

Other Programs

• Fall Community Fest • Sponsorship of school Volunteer Celebrations • Partnership Celebration to recognize service organizations, businesses and individuals • Community Halloween Party • Science Night Live • Women’s Winter Escape • Linking with: AARP Carver-Scott Educational Coop. Prior Lake Park and Recreation Prior Lake Police Department Savage Park and Recreation Jeffers Foundation YMCA and more

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Prior Lake - Savage Area Schools Community Education Services Office 4540 Tower St., Prior Lake 952-226-0080 BOBBI BIRKHOLZ Community Education Secretary 952-226-0081 JODY SWEDBERG Community Education Receptionist 952-226-0086

LEANNE J. WEYRAUCH Community Education Director 952-226-0082

PAM KOOPMAN Building Monitor Supervisor 612-817-1839

LINDA RINGSTAD Community Education Specialist 952-226-0083 JENNY NAGY Community Involvement Coordinator 952-226-0085 CARRIE DOBIE Youth Programs Coordinator 952-226-0088

GINA GERMSCHEID District Facility Scheduler 952-226-0095

Prior Lake - Savage Area Schools Kids’ Company Office 4540 Tower St., Prior Lake 952-226-0090 BECKY HUDYMA Kids’ Company Coordinator 952-226-0092

KRISTI GAUDETTE Kids’ Company Specialist 952-226-0093

DANIELLE KLEIST Kids’ Company Secretary 952-226-0091

NANCY OLSON Kids’ Company Secretary 952-226-0084

Prior Lake - Savage Area Schools Family Center and Preschool Programs Edgewood School 5304 WestWood Dr, Prior Lake 952-226-0950 LORI FORD Family Center Coordinator 952-226-0955

JENNA JOHNSON Family Center Secretary 952-226-0956

BETH TITUS Family Center Secretary 952-226-0951

DEB TRIBBY Early Childhood Screening Secretary 952-226-0975

Advisory Councils are active task-oriented groups who make recommendations about policies, procedures, program offerings, budgets, and more for ISD 719 Community Education Services programs. Together these groups determine what resources could be utilized to meet the needs and interests of community members without duplicating the efforts provided by others.

If you would be interested in working with a council to address the lifelong learning needs of our district, please call Leanne J. Weyrauch, Director at 952-226-0082, to request an application for membership. Members of the Community Education Services Advisory Council Janine Alcorn, Angie Barstad, Connie Carlson, Renee Clark, Connie Dawson, Carrie Dobie, Jennifer Flaten, Dee Dee Francis, Jenny Nagy, Dean Peter, Cara Reickenberg, Linda Ringstad, Jackie Underferth, Jerry Young and Leanne Weyrauch

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Location Addresses

Edgewood School (1/2 Day K & ECFE) 5304 WestWood Drive SE, Prior Lake 952-226-0900

Five Hawks Elementary (K-5) 16620 Five Hawks Avenue SE, Prior Lake 952-226-0100

Glendale Elementary (K-5) 6601 Connelly Parkway, Savage 952-226-0200

Grainwood Elementary (K-5) 5061 Minnesota Street SE, Prior Lake 952-226-0300

Jeffers Pond Elementary (K-5) 14800 Jeffers Pass NW, Prior Lake 952-226-0600

Redtail Ridge Elementary (K-5) 15200 Hampshire Ave. 952-226-8000

WestWood Elementary (K-5) 5370 WestWood Drive SE, Prior Lake 952-226-0400

Hidden Oaks Middle School (6-8) 15855 Fish Point Road SE, Prior Lake 952-226-0700

Twin Oaks Middle School (6-8) 15860 Fish Point Road SE, Prior Lake 952-226-0500

Prior Lake High School (9-12) 7575 W. 150th Street, Savage 952-226-8600

District Services Center 4540 Tower Street SE, Prior Lake 952-226-0000

McColl Pond Environmental Learning Center 13550 Dakota Ave, Savage 952-224-3420 BRX Fitness Located in the Rock Creek Bldg. 16180 Hastings Ave SE, Suite 302 Prior Lake 952-440-4488

Club Prior Located in the Prior Lake Library 16210 Eagle Creek Ave, Prior Lake 952-447-9783 Eagle Creek Wellness Center 14180 Commerce Ave NE, Prior Lake 952-447-3395 Holy Trinity Methodist Church 16150 Arcadia Ave. SE, Prior Lake

Community Use of Facilities Community members and organizations are invited to apply to use district facilities and grounds for meetings and activities. All requests for facility usage must be made at least 7 business days before the intended activity. Application forms are available online at www.priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us or by contacting Gina Visit www.priorlakesavagece.com - 952-226-0080 Germscheid at 952-226-0095 or ggermscheid@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us.

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Guidelines and Procedures

Questions?

Cancellation

Call 952.226.0080 during office hours Community Education reserves the right to (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) or email us at withdraw a course due to lack of enrollment or CommunityEd@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us loss of a suitable facility. If we have to cancel a class, every effort will be made to contact Be an “Early Bird” all the participants who preregistered. Please Prompt registration helps avoid disappointinclude on your registration form a phone ment when classes fill quickly or have to cancel number where you can be contacted during due to low enrollment, only to find that late the day. Community Education assumes no registrations would have allowed the class to responsibility for reaching registrants who do run. Early registrations also make it easier if not provide an accessible daytime phone numwe need to contact you for any reason before ber. When ever possible messages will be left your class begins. on voicemail/answering machines. If an email is provided at time of registration, notifications Refunds will also be sent to the address provided. Your money will be refunded if your class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. If you Classes may be cancelled due to inclement choose to cancel your class registration, to be weather or for other unavoidable reasons. These eligible for a full refund we need to receive sessions are made up whenever possible. If your request no later than 4:00 p.m. five (5) school closes during the day due to bad weather, business days prior to the first day of class. Community Education will cancel all activities. Cancellations for classes with supply fees Listen to WCCO 830 AM radio for official must be received five (5) business days prior to school closure notices. Call 952-226-0080 for the first day of class unless otherwise noted in evening or weekend cancellation information. description. Refunds of supplies are not issued after that time due to commitments made to Are You In? instructors. Cancellations received after five Yes - unless you hear from us. Community business days will be subject to no refund. A Education does not mail class confirmations. $5 processing fee will be deducted from any If you have an email address at the time of refund. Classes with registration fees under registration, a confirmation will be emailed to $10 are not eligible for refunds. you. If you do not hear from us, assume that you are in the class and that it will be held at Discounts the time and place indicated. We will contact Adults (55 & over) receive discounts when you by phone or mail if there is a change. noted in class pricing. All UCare Minnesota Please list a daytime phone number so we can members may take up to a $15 discount per reach you if a class is cancelled. If there is a class. Any coupons used will be accepted with last minute change, signs are posted at each registration form by mail or dropped off only. site with your class information on it such as class title, room numbers and times of classes. Satisfaction Guarantee Please call the Community Education Office at 952.226.0080 if you are not satisfied with Privacy any class or activity in which you participated. The information requested on the registration forms will be used to verify eligibility as well as determine staff, facility and equipNon-endorsement Policy Prior Lake-Savage Community Education ment needs. You or your child’s registration contracts with specialists in their fields who information may be provided to school district are interested in presenting classes in their staff, volunteers, instructors, the school district areas of expertise to the community. We do not attorney, insurer and auditor. Your email inforendorse the opinions or business affiliations mation is for internal use only and will not be sold or solicited. Although you are not legally of the instructors. required to disclose this information, failure Participant Waiver to do so may prevent you or your child from Registration for any class waives all rights and participating in the program. Photographs or claims for any and all injuries from whatever videos of classes in action may be taken and cause suffered by participation in activities. used for district publications and web pages. If you object to having your picture used, please notify the Community Education Office at 952226-0080 each timeEducation you register.Services District 719 Community


Tuition Assistance Available

If you live in District 719 and are suffering from a financial hardship, scholarship or tuition assistance is available for most classes up to three choices each quarter per family. You need to be a resident of District 719 to qualify. Please call Carrie at 952-226-0088. Your requests will be kept confidential. Attach a copy of UCare MN insurance card if applicable.

ADULT REGISTRATION FORM

Phone-952-226-0080 Fax-952-226-0099 www.priorlakesavagece.com Mail to: ISD 719, Community Education, 4540 Tower St, Prior Lake, MN 55372

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