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AKC Puppy Class


with Amy Herbert

Calendar Oct 2, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 6 weeks

The AKC Star Puppy Class is for puppies 8 weeks to 10 months of age. In this class you will be able to get all your puppy training questions answered along with learning basic training skills such as walking nicely on leash, sit, down, and come when called. After attending all 6 classes the Star puppy test will be administered and upon passing your puppy will receive a new title and certificate. All puppies are welcome including mixed breeds. Students must have a copy of vaccinations, a 4-6 ft thin leash, and soft treats.

*Lab fee: $120 to be paid directly to instructor on the first day of class.

Cooking Matters For Adults


with Sarah Murphy

Calendar Oct 16, 2018 at 3 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Cooking Matters™ classes provide a culinary-enhanced nutrition education program that teaches participants how to prepare meals that are healthy, tasty and low in cost. Each lesson engages participants in hands-on meal preparation, practical nutrition tips and food budgeting skills. This class provides participants with the knowledge and skills to make healthy food choices, as well as to prepare healthy meals and snacks on a limited budget. Class highlights include: lessons featuring hands-on learning and recipe preparation, group discussions, tasty food samples, free recipe book, and a bag of groceries to prepare a dish from each week’s class at home.

Fun and Learning With Essential Oils


with Chris Ventura

Calendar Nov 1, 2018 at 6 pm

Have you ever wondered what in the world you can do with essential oils? Come learn what essential oils are, where they come from and how to use them to promote a healthy lifestyle. You will be making an all natural hand sanitizer “owie” spray and a citrus hand sanitizer to take home.

*Lab Fee of $15 paid directly to instructor at start of class

Roth IRA's: Retirement Can Be Less Taxing & An Investor's Guide To Mutual Funds


with Mark Morrison

Calendar Dec 4, 2018 at 6:30 pm

Do you know the difference between a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA? Learn how a Roth IRA can give you greater flexibility to meet your retirement income needs and whether converting from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA makes sense for you.This seminar will also give you a detailed look at the features, benefits and risks associated with mutual funds as well as a map to mutual fund selection.Get the help and answers you need from an investment professional.

Social Security, Your Questions Answered & Retirement By Design


with Mark Morrison

Calendar Nov 27, 2018 at 6:30 pm

Social security likely will be the foundation of your retirement income. before you retire, it’s important to understand your options regarding Social Security and the impacts your decisions have on retirement. You will learn how to translate your vision for retirement into tangible goals. Learn how you can add flexibility to your strategy to help you handle unexpected events and keep your strategy on track. Get the help and answers you need from an investment professional.

Trick Dog Novice to Intermediate


with Amy Herbert

Calendar Oct 2, 2018 at 7 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Teach your dog tricks or obedience cues. Perform the tricks on command and at the end of class and receive an AKC Trick Dog title. A great way to build relationships with your dog and challenge their minds! Students must have a copy of vaccinations, a 4-6 ft thin leash, and soft treats.

*Lab fee: $120 to be paid directly to instructor on the first day of class

Your Autobiography


with Margo Truscott

Calendar Oct 4, 2018 at 10 am, runs for 4 weeks

Anyone can write their autobiography! You do not have to be a great writer to write. All you need to get started is the desire to do so. This class is designed to be fun, interesting, and a means to provide the groundwork to write your life story In this class students will begin writing their autobiography. Students will choose their audience, develop an outline, and organize their work to develop a comprehensive account of their life’s journey. Students will be given a course syllabus, instructional and peer guidelines, and course handouts to facilitate the development of their autobiography. Students will be encouraged to work on their autobiography at home along with other writings. This four week course will include daily free writing assignments to assist students with the writing process and weekly “ink-shedding” with the use of one-pagers written about articles given out in class.

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