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  • 305 Fitness

    305 Fitness is a non-stop cardio party featuring fun, easy-to-follow dance cardio moves to tone your core and glutes. This dance cardio party is focused on inclusivity, ditching shame, and being who you are so we can bring that to the world and be stronger because of it. This class is about movement and giving back to our bodies and having a lot of fun while we do it! Invite your friends because the ab workout will be even better from all of the laughter! No dance experience required. You've never had this much fun working out! This class is perfect for music-lovers and open to all levels. Get ready to sweat, shake and smile; all you need is a pair of sneakers and an open mind! This class will be held in person and online so you can choose to attend however is best for you! Details will be sent upon registration.
  • 4-Hour Defensive Driving Course

    Defensive Driving 55+: Refresher Course! If you have taken a state approved 8-hour Defensive Driving Course (55+) in the past, now you can renew your 10%, 3 year car insurance discount by taking this state-approved, 4-hour refresher course with through the Minnesota Safety Council. There's no driving and no test. You will receive a certificate of completion to provide to your insurance company. You will pick up your class packet at the Lenox Community Center on Thursday, February 18; Kathy will contact you to schedule your pick up time. Join us online! This class will be offered online using Zoom and taught by the MN Safety Council. You will receive a link to join three days before the class; simply click the link on the day and time of class to join the instructor from the comfort of your own home. This is offered in partnership with multiple Community Ed Programs. The June and July class will have a hybrid option. You can choose to attend class virtually or you can choose to attend the class in-person at Lenox Community Center where a group will watch the class on Zoom.
  • 8-Hour Defensive Driving Course

    Save on Your Car Insurance With Defensive Driving 55+ If you are 55 or older, save money on your car insurance premiums and become a better driver! Minnesota law requires insurance companies to offer you a 10% reduction for three years if you complete the Minnesota Safety Council's Defensive Driving Course, taught by professional, certified instructors. The course is two sessions of classroom instruction - no driving or test required. You will receive a certificate of completion to provide to your insurance company. Attendance at both sessions is required to receive credit. You will pick up your class packet at the Lenox Community Center on Monday, March 8 or Monday, March 15; Kathy will contact you to schedule your pick up time. Join us online! This class will be offered online using Zoom and taught by the MN Safety Council. You will receive a link to join three days before the class; simply click the link on the day and time of class to join the instructor from the comfort of your own home. This is offered in partnership with multiple Community Ed Programs. The June and August class will have a hybrid option. You can choose to attend this class virtually or you can choose to attend the class in-person at Lenox Community Center where a group will watch the class on Zoom.
  • A Conversation on Death and Dying

    What happens when we die? Are our loved ones at peace? What do they want us to know? Bring your questions and experiences you would like to share and we'll talk! Instructor, Victoria Juster, has over 20 years of experience as a medium; she has communicated with Spirits since childhood and has lived through three near-death experiences. She uses her gift to help people deal with the grief of losing a loved one. Join us online! This class will be held online using Zoom. Upon registration, you will receive a link to access the class, simply click the link on the day and times of class and Victoria will lead you from the comfort of your own home. This online class is held in partnership with Alexandria and Robbinsdale Community Education Programs. What students said: "This session opened up many ideas for me and gave direction and peace." "Fun! Enlightening, interesting, people felt free to speak up and share. Well done!" "Victoria was patient and kind and attentive to each person. She seemed to help everyone find an answer and/out of peace. Simply outstanding. Thank you for having her here tonight." Join us online! This class will be held online using Zoom. Upon registering, you will receive a link to access the class. Simply click the link on the day and time of class and Victoria will lead you through the class from the comfort of your own home!
  • A Guide To Backyard Photography

    It is Summer time! Are you getting out to create images? Join Professional Photographer, Jay Grammond as he leads us on a photographic journey of possibilities that will get you out of the house and into your own yard or local park this Summer. You will learn to see and compose creatively; how to create or look for great backgrounds; what subjects to focus on; and helpful Apps and Resources that could help you create your best images yet! Join us online! This class will be held online using Zoom. You will receive a link upon registration. Simply click the link on the day and time of class to join Jay from the comfort of your own home! Click here to be sure your device meets minimum requirements to use Zoom.
  • A Look Back: Stories from the Attic

    Did you know that people used to use stacks of newspaper as insulation in the house walls?! Several years ago a friend of our instructor knew of some remodelling that was being done at a family members house. During that project, they found a bunch of newspapers from the 1940’s tucked in the walls of the attic! This class will feature a virtual walk back in time. We will look at the headlines of the day; what was being advertised in those days; and what the ever popular “comics” section looked like! Amateur historian, Jay Grammond will weave these pieces together to take you on a virtual walk back in time. Join us online! This class will be held online using Zoom. You will receive a link upon registration. Simply click the link on the day and time of class to join Jay from the comfort of your own home! Click here to be sure your device meets minimum requirements to use Zoom. This class is held in partnership with multiple Community Ed Programs.
  • A Parent's Guide to Snapchat

    Have you been curious as to what Snapchat is exactly? In this workshop we will cover everything curious parents need to know about one of most popular social media apps in the world used by tweens and teens. You'll learn the foundation for how it's used, what the basic features include, and more. Stay to up to date in today's digital world with this fun and informational class. Join us online! This class will be held using the online platform, Zoom. Upon registering, you will receive a link to access the class. Simply click the link on the day and time of class and Nickie will lead you through the class from the comfort of your own home! Instructor: Nickie Welsh
  • A Road Trip Around MN: Lakes & Water Falls

    Raise your hand if you are ready to be able to get in the car and do a day or weekend Road Trip around the State! We could almost feel the breeze from all the hands shooting up! Join Professional Photographer, Jay Grammond as he takes you on a Virtual Road Trip around the state to learn about some of Minnesota’s waterways which were so vitally important to travel and trade in bygone days. In today’s world, these same waterways are vital to the State’s and local community economies; and to the citizens as a form of recreation and relaxation. After participating in this class, you should come away with the seeds of your own road trip ideas planted and ready for Spring and Summer. Join us online! This class will be held online using Zoom. You will receive a link upon registration. Simply click the link on the day and time of class to join Jay from the comfort of your own home! Click here to be sure your device meets minimum requirements to use Zoom.
  • A Tex Mex Fiesta

    Cook from home with Jeff Sandino! We'll begin with Empanadas, pastries filled with beef, tomatoes, potatoes and herbs. Flautas are next with chicken in a jalapeno/garlic paste and fried crisp in corn tortillas. We'll then prepare authentic Mexican rice prepared with onions, garlic, tomatoes and fresh cilantro along with Mexican style corn prepared with lime aioli, cayenne pepper and Cotija cheese. Fajitas follow with tender strips of marinated beef and chicken with fresh sauteed bell peppers and onions wrapped in a warm tortilla shell. We’ll finish this fiesta with a Yucatecan-style delight, fresh coconut blended with rich custard in a wonderful nutty crust, baked to a caramelly brown and served with crème fraȋche. You’ll get a recipe pack mailed right to your home and the link to the Tex Mex Fiesta class videos featuring Jeff instructing you through each recipe step-by-step. Work at your own pace and in your own kitchen to master each of these famous dishes! You will need internet access to watch the videos.
  • A Tomb for a King of Bling

    A chance discovery by archeologists in Southend reveals an Anglo-Saxon tomb crammed with impressive gold artefacts that the tabloids dubbed the occupant "The King of Bling". It's a burial fit for a king, but who could it be? Instructor: Terry Kubista Join us online! This class will be held online using Zoom. You will receive a link before the class starts. Simply click the link on the day and time of class to join Steven from the comfort of your own home! This class is held in partnership with multiple Community Ed Programs.
  • ACT Prep Course

    The ACT Prep Course consists of four, three-hour, class that meet one a day each week for four weeks. This course includes diagnostic testing, instruction in time management, overcoming test anxiety, science reasoning, English strategies and review, essay writing, reading comprehension, and math strategies and review. Students enrolled in this course not only benefit from personal instruction provided by our experienced instructors, but also have free access to the online course, and may repeat the course at no extra charge. Scholarships for Youth Enrichment Programs are available. Please fill out this simple form to apply for a scholarship. Contact Kelleen with any questions, 952-928-6399 or obrion.kelleen@slpschools.org.
  • ACT Prep Course

    The ACT Prep Course consists of four, three-hour, class that meet one a day each week for four weeks. This course includes diagnostic testing, instruction in time management, overcoming test anxiety, science reasoning, English strategies and review, essay writing, reading comprehension, and math strategies and review. Students enrolled in this course not only benefit from personal instruction provided by our experienced instructors, but also have free access to the online course, and may repeat the course at no extra charge. Scholarships for Youth Enrichment Programs are available. Please fill out this simple form to apply for a scholarship. Contact Kelleen with any questions, 952-928-6399 or obrion.kelleen@slpschools.org.
  • ADD/ADHD Focus Coaching (Gr. 1-12 and Adults

    Students will have the opportunity to work on organizational skills, prioritizing, time management, intrinsic motivation, and effective homework strategies. Working individually with the instructor, students will establish strategies, systems, and routines that empower them in their academic careers. Discover the benefits of coaching to support your child's school success. Instructor: Janice Sawinksi, Certified Life Coach and the owner of Everything's Possible, LLC. Sessions are being held online currently. Call 612-940-1109 for times/locations and to register. 6 sessions (30 min. each): $199. One make-up appointment will be permitted if 24-hour notice is given for a rescheduled appointment. **Sessions are currently being scheduled for Monday and Tuesday afternoons. Some Wednesday afternoon availability may be possible, contact Janice to set your schedule.**
  • Adult Lap Swimming at Central Community Center

    Lap swim is open to adults ages 18+. Registration is required to maintain Covid-19 guidelines. Registration required for full sessions only . Please register and attend day or days registered. Please come in swim suits under clothing. Locker rooms will be available to change after class or bathroom use. Please maintain social distance in locker room by using sectioned off locker area and watching your child.
  • Adult Swim Lessons at Central Community Center

    Designed for beginners or intermediate swimmers. Individualized instruction allows swimmers to progress at their own rate. Practice time will be included in class time. SW766 Women only Swim Lessons SW767 Co-ed Adult Swim Lessons Please come in swim suits under clothing. Locker rooms will be available to change after class or bathroom use. Please maintain social distance in locker room by using sectioned off locker area.
  • Adult Water Exercise at Central Community Center

    A shallow water, a total-body workout including aerobics, toning, strength training and stretching. The resistance of the water provides great opportunities for improving health of your heart, muscles and mind. No swimming ability is necessary to participate but participants should feel comfortable moving in the water. Please come in swim suits under clothing. Locker rooms will be available to change after class or bathroom use. Please maintain social distance in locker room by using sectioned off locker area .
  • Advanced Google Analytics

    A project and activity based course, you will get the opportunity to practice with Google Analytics for more advanced learning and skill development. Your instructor will work with you on implementing Google Analytics for your own website. You will come away with the skills necessary for employing this most useful tool. This course can be taken individually or as part of a certificate, click here to register for the full certificate class, Google Analytics Certificate. Click here to see additional information about this individual course. CEUs/ILUs: 1.6 Length (in hours): 16 One month class; choose Class Dates: March 1-26; May 3-28; OR July 6-30
  • Advanced Teaching Online

    In the 21st century, half of all learning will be online. The opportunities are tremendous for teaching online. Discover how to plan, develop and teach an online course. Take home a ten step model for developing your online course. Experience one of the most advanced online classrooms for teachers. Learn how to create online audio lectures with slide shows. Plus, find out how self quizzes enhance learning. See an animation, drop-and-drop exercise, and dynamite welcome pages. Engage in online discussion with other teachers. An instructor’s book, Advanced Teaching Online, is included. This course can be taken individually or as part of a certificate, click here to register for the full certificate class, Certificate in Online Teaching. Click here to see additional information about this individual course. Optional grad credit from the University of South Dakota available upon request, at an additional fee, after you register. CEUs/ILUs: 1.6 Length (in hours): 16 Start Dates: February 1-26; April 5-30; OR June 7 - July 2
  • Adventures in Knitting

    Join this knitter's workshop where students can choose from four projects. You bring the yarn and needles and the teacher, Lara Neel, will bring the patterns and make sure that you have a great time making a project you will treasure or love to give as a gift! This class is perfect for knitters of all levels. If you're confused by the material list or have questions about the projects, come to the first class and Lara will get you started. You can then purchase supplies before the second class. Projects to choose from: 1. Hat (great for beginners) – about 220 yards of worsted-weight yarn, size 7 16-inch circular needles and size 7 double-pointed needles. 2. Slippers – about 380 yards of worsted-weight yarn and size 9 needles, any type of needle is fine. 3. Baby Sweater – about 220 yards of worsted-weight yarn and a set of size 10 needles, any type of needle is fine. 4. Mittens – about 120 yards of worsted-weight yarn and a set of size 6 double-pointed needles. Join us online! This class will be held using the online platform, Zoom. Upon registering, you will receive a link to access the class. Simply click the link on the days and time of class to attend the class from the comfort of your own home! This online class is held in partnership with Westonka Community Education.
  • Africa Screams

    Africa Screams is a 1949 American adventure comedy film starring Abbott and Costello. It parodies the safari genre. Diana Emerson visits the book section of Klopper's Department store looking for a copy of Dark Safari by the famed explorer Cuddleford. She tells the clerk, Buzz Johnson, that she will pay $2,500 for a map that is inside the book. Buzz's friend and co-worker, Stanley Livington, an armchair explorer, has read the book and says he is familiar with a map in it. Buzz brings Stanley to Diana's home to draw the map, but when he overhears Diana offer Clyde Beatty $20,000 to lead an expedition to capture a legendary giant ape, Buzz realizes that the map is worth considerably more than $2,500. Buzz asks for more money and for he and Stanley to join the safari. What ensues is a riotous comedy that involves cannibals, apes, alligators and so much more! You will love this comedy.
  • Aging Successfully Living in Community

    Watch this presentation about living in community, rather than home care or residing in assisted living or nursing homes, to “age in place”. Explore models for community for second half living and discuss adapting to the Northland. This is a webinar format; it is a pre-recorded video that you can watch anytime - you will receive a link to the video upon registration. There is an optional live online follow up/discussion. If you choose to attend a follow up discussion (select when registering), the instructor will send you a Zoom link; please watch the video before the live follow up. Instructor: Lee Pedersen is a retired librarian who now lives in Duluth.
  • Alcohol Inks 3D Surfaces

    Learn to work with alcohol inks while creating functional items such as planters, tumblers and mugs! Our instructor will introduce you to alcohol inks and practice on Yupo paper and tile before you design your own functional item of your choice. All materials included*, select your item when registering. *Add on a second 3D item for $10 (payable at class) 12oz Coffee Mug 12oz Tumbler 4-inch Succulent Planter 20oz Skinny Tumbler
  • All in One Instant Pot Meals

    Use the electric pressure cooker to prepare your entree and a side vegetable at the same time, freeing you up to enjoy a more hands off kitchen experience. In this class join Kirsten in her kitchen via Zoom to discuss several methods of all in one cooking while she demonstrates Turkey and Wild Rice Meatloaf with Sweet Potatoes and Instant Pot Spaghetti. Participants will receive an extensive handout along with the link to join prior to class. There will be ample time for questions during the session, and participants will receive a link to the recording afterwards. (So if you don't have time to attend on the exact day/time of the class, you will be able to see it as a video anytime you'd like!) Join us online! This class will be held using the online platform, Zoom. Before the class starts, you will receive a link to access the class. Simply click the link on the day and time of class and Kirsten will lead you through the class from the comfort of your own home! You will receive an extensive handout prior to class and a link to the class recording afterwards.
  • Android Phone and Tablet

    Do you want to learn how to customize your Android phone or tablet, take advantage of all its great features and have fun? This is the place to learn! In the first class, you will learn how to set up your device to work the way YOU want it to work. You will set up wall paper, the home page, control the sounds it makes and when, learn how to control it with voice commands and more. In the second class, we will practice doing some common tasks using the applications that came with your device such as checking email, taking photos and sharing them with others, saving information about a contact, etc. Our third class will be all about applications—where to get them and how to do it safely, how to choose applications, download them and install them. We will finish up by discussing resources for helping yourself when things go wrong. Be sure to bring your Android phone or tablet with a well charged battery, and set up your Google account for it ahead of time. Instructor: Judy Goebel Note: This class is not appropriate for Windows or Apple Devices.