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with Bill Corley, CFPTransitioning to retirement requires careful planning to maximize Social Security benefits. When and how you elect benefits, and how you manage other income and savings, can make a big difference in the taxes you pay and the lifestyle you enjoy. Question/answer period is included.Preregistration is mandatory. Ages 21+
Basic Horsemanship with Shadow Glen Family StablesParticipants will be taught horse history, horse care, grooming, saddling and western riding in this four week introductory class. Week one introduces you to Shadow Glen Stables, horse safety and basic care of the horse. Week two is how to catch a horse, crossties and knots used to properly tie a horse. Week three is learning parts of the saddle, how to care for the tack, catching a horse again and a shoeing demonstration. Week four ends with catching and saddling your own horse and going for a ride.
Basic Horsemanship with Shadow Glen Family StablesParticipants will be taught horse history, horse care, grooming, saddling and western riding in this four week introductory class. Week one introduces you to Shadow Glen Stables, horse safety and basic care of the horse. Week two is how to catch a horse, crossties and knots used to properly tie a horse. Week three is learning parts of the saddle, how to care for the tack, catching a horse again and a shoeing demonstration. Week four ends with catching and saddling your own horse and going for a ride. Ages 7-12
It's all about cars! Calling all car lovers out there!During this 5 day camp, children will build a new kind of car every day and learn the concepts surrounding it. For example one day might focus on a power car where children try different gear combinations and another day might focus on building a car with sails and learn all about wind resistance and its effect on speed. Some models will focus on programming too.IntelliBricks will provide all LEGO® and touch screen computers for the camp. Children cannot take home any of their creations or LEGO® products. Look for our pictures in your email at the end of our camp. LEGO® group of companies does not sponsor, authorize or endorse any of our programs.Please send a snack with your child every day. Ages 5-10
Welcome to the Island of PodPi, a series of technology adventures for kids. During this half day week long Spring Camp, your kids will meet several characters from the Island who will teach them the basic concepts of Java Script Programming and electronics, including the use of LEDs, various sensors and servo motors. IntelliBricks will provide touch screen laptops for programming. Ages 9-15By the end of the week, children will take home the following items:-A complete Arduino kit with servo motors, sensors and misc. components -PodPi magazines with the entire lessons for the week
Please join us to learn how to draw and paint animals from around the world with a creative style. Each four week session, we will visit a different part of the world. We will begin with under the sea, and move on to Australia and Africa. Our last session we will end with California woodland creatures! Beginners welcomeAges 6-9
Expand your skills as a ceramic sculptor or potter. Explore coil/slab building techniques as well as functional pottery designs. Bring your creative ideas. Tool list provided. Glazing and firing included. Ages 18+ Clay must be purchased from instructor for $11-$14.
Learn basic Plum, Bamboo, Orchid & Chrysanthemum to advanced, mixing both eastern and western styles of watercolor painting. Basic materials will be available through the instructor at the first class (approximately $50) and students will be apprised of other supplies.Ages 18+
Students will be challenged to develop their own creativity and also have the opportunity to explore the exciting world of visual arts, individual awareness of classical and contemporary paintings. They will also be encouraged through discussions and occasional field trips to museums and galleries. Material list provided on receipt.Ages 18+
Learn how to make vases, bowls and more on the pottery wheel or improve your skills in this 7 week session. With 6 wheels and 6 students you really get time to work on your skills! Firing and glazes are included. Tool list provided. Clay must be purchased from instructor for $11-15. Ages 18+7 week sessionNo class 3/22
Our workshop gives you an opportunity to bring your biggest boxes of loose pictures, memorabilia, and photo albums to class where you will learn the ABC’s of organizing your memories. After completing your first organizing activity, you will choose some of your favorite photos for a free digital scanning. At the end of this class you will walk away with 80 - 100 scanned photos, or six photo album sides, to add to your digital collection. You are encouraged to bring a flash drive or an external drive to class for transporting your scanned memories. Bring your laptop if you need help creating folders/albums for your scanned photos.Ages 18+
Learn to create one of a kind fine art prints in this 6 week course. Each week students learn and practice a new technique that is fun and challenging. Using the Griffin etching press at 48 Natoma, students explore monotype printmaking processes using water based inks. Papers and inks are discussed before purchasing. This class is designed for the novice as well as those with some printmaking experience. If you enjoy painting or drawing, this is a class that would interest you. A supply list will be sent upon registration. Open studio is available after students have learned proper use of the press. Ages 16+
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