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  • Create your Health Care Directive

    Who would speak for you if you couldn’t speak for yourself? That’s the concept behind Advanced Care Planning, a guided conversation on about your end of life wishes and preferences. It is a process that identifies what is most important to you concerning quality of life and living. This class will prepare you to develop a Health Care Directive, a written document which describes your choices. AN EXCELLENT REVIEW FOR THOSE WHO ALREADY HAVE A HEALTH CARE DIRECTIVE. Mary is a Certified First Steps Advanced Care Planning Facilitator, certified through Honoring Choices Minnesota. This class is being held online, interactive through Zoom. You can choose to enable your camera and audio, or just view the live content. More information will be sent after enrollment and before class.
  • Fresh & Natural Spring Soaps

    Make beautiful moisturizing sulfate-free melt ’n pour spring soaps with natural nutrient rich oil to gently cleanse and protect your skin. Lusciously clean fresh phthalate-free floral, fruity and citrus fragrances you’ll love: grapefruit, mango, lemonade, margarita lime, orange, coconut, green tea, lily, jasmine, peony, lilac and botanicals like sage-citrus. Fun floral and spring shapes delight your spirit and decorate your home with everyday luxury. Grab your friends, fam and neighbors for a very special night out - perfect for the gardeners in your life, and of course Mom, to celebrate Mother’s Day together! Parents are welcome to attend with their child and must register separately. Take home soaps in 4 fragrance blends, DIY recipes and tips. $20 supply fee due to instructor at class Due to COVID-19 precautions, only registered participants of activities are allowed in District buildings. Instructors will greet students at the entrance before class and return them to the same door when class is complete. Instructors will wear a mask and face shield Anyone over the age of 5 years must wear a face covering at all times – regardless of what activity they’re participating in. Your cooperation will help keep everyone safe and allow us to continue to offer enrichment activities and sports and we thank you in advance.
  • How to Travel Safely (and for Free!)-Virtual Class

    During These Unparalleled Times... We’re ready to get back to our travels! When it is safe to go on a trip, where can we go, how do we stay safe, and how do we make our travel free? Plus learn how to benefit from the deep travel discounts being offered right now to motivate you to book future travel in 2021 and 2022. If you are near retirement, changing careers, a student, or someone who likes the idea of making additional income to support your travel dream, this class is for you. World traveler Gina Henry shows you how she is prepared for the new “travel normal” including important tips on safety, trip insurance, what to do if you become sick, and other strategies. Earn free airline tickets, hotel nights, tours & more in the USA & worldwide! Volunteering, fun work-vacations, paid travel, teaching English and remote employment opportunities. Tuition includes Gina’s 100-page digital book How to Travel Free & Safely (a value of $39.95). Your “Travel Free” ebook link will be emailed a few days before the class. Class time is in central time. Good internet connection and a PC, laptop, tablet or smart phone with camera and mic is needed. Please download Zoom in advance of class. It is free to install, https://zoom.us/download Look for an email from your instructor with the Zoom link for the class. Be ready to log on and join the meeting 5-10 minutes prior to the class start time so you will be ready when class begins. If you have trouble using the link, just go to Zoom.us, click "Join a Meeting" and enter the meeting ID and password provided in the instructor's email.
  • Now Hiring!

    Are you in the process of searching for a new job? In this class, we will help you prepare the "tools" you need to navigate the ever changing job search today. We will discuss the recent changes and updates in resume writing; how to use and navigate job websites; the importance of a LinkedIn Profile and how to use it to acquire a job; how to understand applicant tracking systems; interviewing tips; how to prepare for an on-line interview, and how to properly handle salary negotiations. The class is designed to give you insights and tips into the tools of the job search process to help you find the right position.
  • Photo Organization-Print & Digital

    The February 18th class will be held virtually. Have a photo mess…are your photographs in a box, drawer, suitcase, phone, camera chip, external hard drive, or all of the above? Is your goal to SAVE, ORGANIZE, and SHARE your photos? Discover alternatives to get every printed/digital photo, movie and memorabilia in one location permanently and safely. Learn about scanners, digitizing old photos, cloud storage and organization. You'll leave with options to easily access every photo you own! In the event that gatherings are not permitted due to the Corona Virus, this class will be conducted using Zoom. The instructor will provide the meeting code/password via the email you provide. Due to COVID-19 precautions, only registered participants of activities are allowed in District buildings. Instructors will greet students at the entrance before class and return them to the same door when class is complete. Instructors will wear a mask and face shield Anyone over the age of 5 years must wear a face covering at all times – regardless of what activity they’re participating in. Your cooperation will help keep everyone safe and allow us to continue to offer enrichment activities and sports and we thank you in advance.
  • Planning Your Personal Life After Retirement - What Do You Do Now?

    Everyone looks forward to retirement, however, leaving one life behind to begin another is often more difficult than expected. Whether you planned in advance for retirement or it came unexpectedly there are many aspects of retirement and a "new life" that many never think about prior to retirement. After you retire, your daily life will change in more ways than you probably imagine. Developing a clear picture of how you want to live your life after you retire will help you make better plans and adapt more easily to the change retirement brings. Explore the personal life-planning questions you need to ask yourself and/or your spouse or partner before you retire.
  • Sewing: T-Shirt Quilt

    Are you able to thread your machine and sew a simple straight stitch? If so, you are ready to try your hand at Quilting! In this class, we will learn how to piece together a T-Shirt Quilt by purposing all those old T-Shirts you may have laying around. Don't have old T-Shirts? Any knit or woven fabric of similar thickness will work! This is a 2-night class - be prepared for homework in between the classes in order to finish the project. Please bring your own machine. We will email you a list of materials to bring with you to class. If you do not receive a materials list, please reach out to Community Education prior to class. You must bring all materials to class and be sure to purchase the correct type of fabric for the best result. Ask for assistance at the store if needed. Due to COVID-19 precautions, only registered participants of activities are allowed in District buildings. Instructors will greet students at the entrance before class and return them to the same door when class is complete. Instructors will wear a mask and face shield Anyone over the age of 5 years must wear a face covering at all times – regardless of what activity they’re participating in. Your cooperation will help keep everyone safe and allow us to continue to offer enrichment activities and sports and we thank you in advance.