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  • 10 Secrets & Tips for Successfully Buying or Selling a Home ore Investment Property

    John Mazzara Min. 2 Learn how to be more successful when acquiring real estate by understanding the purchase agreement, strategies for getting your offer accepted in multiple offers, and different ways to cover closing costs and mortgage insurance. We explore Twin Cities housing market data, an overview of loan programs including a loan for escrowing improvements, appraisal issues affecting a home sale, and small things to improve your chances of selling your property. Making updates such as paint, carpet, light fixtures, and decluttering are discussed.
  • 2 Left Feet Dance Workshop

    Convinced that you have 2-left feet and that dancing is not meant for you? Or, someone you know? But still… It would be helpful to know a few steps. Just in case…This workshop is easy and only 1 session! Geared to beginners and guided by a dance champion, you’ll have basic patterns in Waltz,Rumba and Foxtrot plus a couple of turns by the end of the night! More than enough to provide a full night of dancing! Couples only please. Instructor: Monica Mohn - Class Min 6/Max 25 couples
  • Ballroom Dance Workshop

    Monica Mohn Min:6 couples Max: 25 Couples Four fun dances: Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba and Swing ... all designed to have you moving together on the dance floor. Weeknights have never held such possibilities! Couples only please.
  • Basic Cake Decorating

    Become your own cake boss! Decorate an 8'' celebration cake to take home and gain skills in shell borders, writing, and stars and rosettes. Be prepared the day of class to pay an additional food fee of $10 directly to the instructor. There will be optional starter kits available to take home for an additional $12.00 paid to the instructor. Class is open to ages 12 and up.
  • Be A Voice-Over

    Instructor, Dan Matha - Such a Voice min 4/max 25 In what could be the most enlightening 2 hours you’ve ever spent, this class will show you how you can actually begin using your speaking voice for commercials, films, videos, and more. Most people go about it the wrong way. In this introductory class, you will learn about a unique, outside the box way to break into this creative, fulfilling, and potentially lucrative industry. Voice-overs can be managed on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with minimal overhead! Whether you choose to pursue voice-overs part-time or full-time, this could be the game changer you’ve been looking for.
  • CPR with American Heart Association

    Instructor, Denise Vitzthum Join Denise, a certified American Heart Association certified instructor, to learn infant, child, and adult CPR. She will also cover AED and choking. This course meets the requirements for the BLS Healthcare Provider.
  • CPR with American Heart Association

    Instructor, Denise Vitzthum Join Denise, a certified American Heart Association certified instructor, to learn infant, child, and adult CPR. She will also cover AED and choking. This course meets the requirements for the BLS Healthcare Provider.
  • Candy Land Family Dance

    Please join us for the Sweetest evening! The Family Dance formally known as the 'sweetheart dance' is an amazing evening of candy-filled fun and adventure. Our theme this year is "Candy Land" where we invite all our guests to celebrate their unique and wonderful families. From princesses to kings, you will see the sweetest characters--let your adventure begin! This sweet night will include tasty, candy-inspired snacks, crafts and games, bounce houses, interaction time with fabulous guests like Mr. Mint, Lolly, Princess Frostine, King Kandy, Gramma Nutt, dance party with balloon drop, and so much more. Please register the adult by name and then include the children attending, using their names, as we have special, personalized projects for each of our young guests. This event is especially enchanting for children ages 3-12. Date: April 30th from 5-7:30 PM Pre-Registration Open through April 22nd: $40/Party (up to 4 people), $5 each additional person. * Arrival time for pre-registered guests: 4:30 PM Same Day Registration: $50/Party (up to 4 people), $5 each additional person. *Arrival time for same day-registration: 5:00 PM Event ends at 7:30 PM Location: Hastings Middle School
  • Classic Soups and a Famous Stew

    Laurel Severson Min 6/Max 18 Create some of the best hearty soups - New England Clam Chowder, Wild Rice, Pumpkin, Split Peas with Ham, and Corn Bisque with Rosemary. Then top it off with the very famous French Beef Stew in Red Wine (Boeuf Bourguignon). What could be better for an easy meal during cold weather - soup, salad, and some great bread! Join us! An additional food fee of $13 will need to be paid to the instructor the day of the course.
  • Code Championship Tournament Series - Virtual Computer Coding Competition

    (Grades 3-9) (6 Sessions) Sat April 2-May 7 9-11AM Online $105 Luke Schlangen-Code Championship Build a computer bot to play head-to-head against other coders! Whether this is your first Code Championship event, or if you've been competing for years, this is the perfect way to explore the competitive coding world of Code Championship. No previous coding experience necessary. The Spring 2022 Code Championship Series is a series of six tournaments in six weeks (it's ok to miss one or two). These tournaments will be hosted online using Google Meet and the Code Championship website. If you have a modern browser like Chrome or Firefox, no additional download is required. Please come knowing how to navigate the internet (basic typing and mouse control). The link to the Google Meet event will be emailed two days before the tournament.
  • Create Your Own Sock Gnome

    Instructor, Renee Reinardy Min. 8/Max 15 There is no place like gnome! Create your own adorable shelf sitter gnome! Several options of hats, bodies, beards, hair, and embellishments will be available for you to create with. You will leave class with a 6-8-inch-tall gnome ready to display.
  • Cricut Design Space Tips and Tutorial

    Prescott Intermediate School, Room G9 - 1220 St Croix St, Prescott (park between school and football field - enter outside Door #5 (under the overhang) Trisha Packard in Partnership with Prescott Community Education This class will help those that have no Cricut experience and help those that want to bring their Cricut skills to the next level without spending a fortune...and save a ton of time. Guessing that everyone that owns a Cricut had an idea of what they wanted to accomplish with it, but then you start working in the "Design Space" and struggle to create the designs you envisioned - you're overwhelmed, you've made a couple of mistakes, wasted expensive product and suddenly you wonder if it was worth the investment (or maybe you never opened the box)! Either way, you'll be ahead after this class and may find your Cricut to be your long-lost friend! *Feel free to bring a laptop if you have Cricut Design Space on it.
  • Custom Glass Mosaic Sign or Photo Frame

    Instructor, Lindsey Guetter The cutting is already done and patterns will be available! You choose your sign or frame the first night of class. Create a beautiful frame to highlight your special photos or choose a sign with choices that include welcome, house numbers, the state of Minnesota, or flowers. The first night is working on your project and the second night is grouting and learning about glass cutting and other mosaic projects. Be prepared the day of class to pay an additional supply fee directly to the instructor. Supply fees are based on which project you choose. Each frame is $10 and you can make as many as you want. A variety of signs are available in different sizes starting at $14 each.
  • DIY HOME Wreath Sign

    Instructor, Renee Reinardy Min 6/Max 20 Welcome guests into your home with this stunning wood pallet style sign. The handcrafted 10” x 36” sign is assembled and ready for you to customize to match your home décor. Several options of wood stain colors will be available as well as an array of paint colors. The class includes a grapevine wreath you can add to or change depending on the season or holiday! Please indicate family name and established year at time of registration. Deadline to register is 1 week prior to class.
  • Downsizing in the Current Housing Market

    John Mazzara Min. 2 Have you been thinking that now might be the time to downsize but aren’t sure where to start, how to do it, or what your options are? What is going on in the real estate market today and how it’s different from when you bought or sold a home in the past. Bonus-all attendees receive the Downsizing Made easy guide and the book “Gain More Freedom By Downsizing Your Home – a combined $45 value.
  • Drivers Ed - Interest in Spring 2022 Class

    If you are interested in a Spring session of Drivers Education, please register here. We will email you when we have dates set up. The class consists of 10 - 3 hour sessions (30 hours) and includes 6 hours of behind the wheel. Students must be 14 1/2 years old to take the class and 15 to take their permit test.
  • ECFE: 1's & 2's

    Ages 1-2 years by 9/1/21 & parents Great for older ones and younger twos. Playful learning experiences to choose from. Time to talk with other parents about a variety of parenting topics. Enjoy a morning with your toddler!
  • ECFE: 2's to 4's

    (Ages 2-4 years by 9/1/21) Between 2 and 3 your child will gain many skills and abilities, one is greater control of their physical movement. This class will include: Playful learning experiences to choose from. Talk with other parents about parenting topics. Parents and children will separate gradually in class. A $10 registration/materials fee will be charged at time of registration.
  • ECFE: Baby Talk

    Infants birth-12 mos. & parents Instructor: Parent Educator I’m a new parent, now what? Join other families to visit and play. Time to discover: Your baby’s amazing abilities. Growth and development in the first year. Playtime activities to help your baby learn. Helpful ways to interact, comfort, and encourage your baby. Reliable websites for information about children. Parents and children do not separate for this class.
  • ECFE: Birth-Four

    Ages Birth-4 years by 9/1/21 and parents Instructors: Parent Educator & A. Tlougan Looking for a family class to bring one or more children? Join other families in the classroom to experience a variety of early childhood activities and circle time designed to support your child’s development. Parents will have a separated parenting discussion focused on support topics. If registering more than one child, please call us for special sibling pricing.