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  • 2-Left Feet Social 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 one night workshop is fun and easy! Geared to beginners and guided by a dance champion, you’ll have basic patterns plus a couple of turns by the end of the night! More than enough to provide a full night of dancing! Couples only please.
  • 2019 Career Pathways Expo Vendor Registration

    Registration is officially open for the 2019 Career Pathways Expo. Like last year, we will continue to honor all of our Career Pathways which include Construction/Skilled Trades, Healthcare, Information Technology, Manufacturing/Engineering, and Automotive. We are open to other industries - reach out to Jenny with questions.This year will look a little bit different but will still have a similar feel. We invite all relevant employers, organizations, post-secondary institutions, and student school groups to participate. Hands-on experiences and demonstrations are required to think about the “See, Touch, Do” theme of the 2019 Career Pathways Expo. The purpose of the Career Pathways Expo is to show high school students, faculty/staff, the community, and all K-12 families what WBL Career Pathways is all about, as well as, honor our dedicated industry partners in the local community. This event is for YOU to showcase what you do! Working Together to Shape the Future.Booth Registration Fee $25 hold your spot Your $25 supports snacks in the lounge, water, table, 2+ chairs, marketing, access to wifi, and signage $125 = Bear Pride Sponsorship Gets you logo on all sides Company/Organization recognition district wide Money will help support the Career Pathways Expo Cash Giveaway and sponsorship's for students who need help with anything related to Career Pathways, including but not limited to - transportation, certification costs, application fees, interview attire, etc. View Introduction Letter
  • 2019 Volunteer Fair

    Details.....Booth Registration Fee $25 hold your spot - Your $25 supports snacks in the lounge, water, table, 2+ chairs, marketing, access to wifi, and signage
  • AARP Full Course

    Minnesota law mandates a 10% reduction in car insurance premiums for persons 55 years and older who complete a defensive driving class. Courses consist of an overview of safe driving; there are no writing or driving tests required. Classes take place at the Senior Center located at Senior Center 2484 East County Road F, White Bear Lake, unless otherwise stated. Advanced registration is required and can be done by mail, walk-in, or online at www.whitebear.ce.feepay.org. No drop-ins. For a complete listing of other sites and classes, call the AARP Information Center at (952) 858-9040.
  • AARP Refresher

    Minnesota law mandates a 10% reduction in car insurance premiums for persons 55 years and older who complete a defensive driving class. Courses consist of an overview of safe driving; there are no writing or driving tests required. Classes take place at the Senior Center located at Senior Center 2484 East County Road F, White Bear Lake, unless otherwise stated. Advanced registration is required and can be done by mail, walk-in, or online at www.whitebearregistration.org. No drop-ins.For a complete listing of other sites and classes, call the AARP Information Center at (952) 858-9040.  The Refresher Course is 4 hours and is for those who have completed a Full Course but need to renew the certificate.
  • AARP Refresher

    Minnesota law mandates a 10% reduction in car insurance premiums for persons 55 years and older who complete a defensive driving class. Courses consist of an overview of safe driving; there are no writing or driving tests required. Classes take place at the Senior Center located at Senior Center 2484 East County Road F, White Bear Lake, unless otherwise stated. Advanced registration is required and can be done by mail, walk-in, or online at www.whitebearregistration.org. No drop-ins.For a complete listing of other sites and classes, call the AARP Information Center at (952) 858-9040.  The Refresher Course is 4 hours and is for those who have completed a Full Course but need to renew the certificate.
  • AARP Refresher

    Minnesota law mandates a 10% reduction in car insurance premiums for persons 55 years and older who complete a defensive driving class. Courses consist of an overview of safe driving; there are no writing or driving tests required. Classes take place at the Senior Center located at Senior Center 2484 East County Road F, White Bear Lake, unless otherwise stated. Advanced registration is required and can be done by mail, walk-in, or online at www.whitebearregistration.org. No drop-ins.For a complete listing of other sites and classes, call the AARP Information Center at (952) 858-9040.  The Refresher Course is 4 hours and is for those who have completed a Full Course but need to renew the certificate.
  • AARP Smart DriverTEK Workshop

    Attend our FREE 90-minute Smart DriverTEK workshop and learn: How to use the latest high-tech safety features; Technology to look for when shopping for a new car; Safety benefits of blind spot warnings, forward-collision warnings, lane-departure warnings, smart headlights, back-up camera, and much more! Receive a FREE Vehicle Technology Checklist to understand features that may be in your car or to use when shopping for a new car.
  • Acupressure for Relief from Stress, Insomnia, Anxiety and more!

    Acupressure is an ancient healing art and self-help tool. It can offer great relief with no side effects and help you feel your best. Along with the specific points to help relieve stress, insomnia, anxiety, irritability and even weight gain, you will learn the Nine Master Pressure Points which are the most helpful and most frequently prescribed to help and assist every system in your body.
  • Adult Ballet

    Learn the basics of ballet, easy dance steps, combinations, and a dance routine. Wear comfortable clothing and bring your own ballet shoes.           
  • Adulting 101

    Emerging Adults 17-29: You are able to write a 50 page thesis, but do you have the skills necessary to ace the challenges of the adult world? Join Sue Smith from Emerging Adult Counseling in White Bear Lake, as we explore the skills necessary for success in the "Adult World". You will learn adulting skills such as how to choose a career path, look at your educational options, manage your stress, give a speech, and effectively communicate your needs.  We will bring in speakers from the community to learn to change a tire, cook a basic meal at home or in the dorm. Discover how to look for and rent an apartment, deal with roommates, and manage your physical and emotional health and finding support in the community for doing so.
  • Alcohol Inks

    Learn how to create bright and powerful artwork using alcohol ink! Alcohol inks have such a color intensity and personality unmatched by other mediums. Every artwork you create in this course will be unique. We’ll be experimenting with different brands of inks on Yupo paper as well as on tile to create amazing effects. We'll also explore in detail on how to manipulate the inks. The instructor will provide all the supplies, including inks, plastic gloves, table coverings, Yupo paper, tiles, and additional manipulating tools. Wear old cloths as a splash of ink may stain them.There is a $15 materials fee due to the instructor at class.
  • Ballroom Dancing for Beginners (& prior attendees!)

    Learn easy steps and turns in popular ballroom dances, including waltz, foxtrot, swing, salsa, and more. Dance in sync, gain confidence, and have fun on the floor in surprising little time! Practice your moves to uplifting songs played at most social gatherings & weddings. Spice up your relationship with 4 fun-filled date nights & create a lifelong hobby to enjoy together! The perfect course for anyone getting married or preparing for an upcoming event. Couples stay together & singles rotate w/other singles. Open to teens and adults of all ages, and prior students encouraged to return for practice! Free make up lessons. For more information, visit www.ConstantineDance.com, or call instructor Deanna Constantine @ 612-240-8329.
  • Basket of Apples

    Join us for this step-by-step acrylic painting class to create a Fall bushel basket of bright red apples against a weathered fence backdrop. We will use acrylic paints on a stretched canvas. This project is suggested for beginner or intermediate painters. 
  • Beginning Soap Making

    Make your own crafted soaps and get exactly what you want! You will learn to use a slow cooker (supplied) for hot process soap-making. At the end of class, you will have a completely handmade batch of 6-8 bars of soap, which will be ready to use the next day. A $15 materials fee is due to the instructor at class.   
  • Blue Sky Birch

    Join us for this step-by-step acrylic painting class to create a beautiful birch tree reaching up to a brilliant blue sky. We will use a palette knife to apply our paint thickly to a 12” by 24” stretched canvas, a method referred to as “impasto” painting. This project is suggested for beginner or intermediate painters. All skill levels from ages 12 and up (with an adult) are welcomed to join us!
  • Budgeting Basics

    If you're ready to ditch debt and start saving faster than you thought possible, this class is for you. The instructor will help you: Determine what your values and priorities are. Align your spending to these values and priorities. Create an automated budgeting and tracking system that works for you.  If you're someone that is of unsure where your money is going then take this class! Please bring paper and pen to take notes with at class.
  • Caring for Yourself as You Care for Your Loved One

    This education addresses anticipatory grief and healthy self-care, so the energy needed to care for a loved one remains intact.
  • Classic Roman Italian Dinner

    During this special dinner we will prepare a marinated shredded salad, fresh melon wrapped with prosciutto ham, the classic spaghetti with pancetta bacon and parmigiano cheese (Spaghetti alla Carbonara), a salad featuring mixed greens (Insalata Mista), polenta served with sweet sausages and porcini mushrooms. Concluding the meal will a classical frothy Zabaglione and Amaretti (almond) cookies.There is a $15 materials/food fee due to the instructor at class.
  • Coffee & Canvas Art Class: Apple Basket

    Join us for this step-by-step acrylic painting class to create a Fall bushel basket of bright red apples against a weathered fence backdrop. We will use acrylic paints on a stretched canvas. This project is suggested for beginner or intermediate painters. Registration is open to adults 55+.  Coffee and cookies provided.Sponsored by Cerenity Senior Care
  • Coffee & Canvas Art Class: Blue Sky Birch

    Join us for this step-by-step acrylic painting class to create a beautiful birch tree reaching up to a brilliant blue sky.  We will use a palette knife to apply our paint thickly to a 12” by 24” stretched canvas, a method referred to as “impasto” painting. This project is suggested for beginner or intermediate painters. Registration is open to adults 55+.  Coffee and cookies provided.Sponsored by Cerenity Senior Care
  • Coffee & Crochet: Teddy Bear

    So you know how to crochet! Let’s take it to the next level and learn how to make a “magic ring” and crochet “in the round” to make a super sweet teddy bear. Your instructor will simplify the process of making a crochet stuffed toy. You will leave with a completed teddy bear to keep and love or gift to someone special. Customize your teddy bear by choosing either a white polar bear or brown bear.Must know how to single crochet to enroll.   Please bring an 'E' hook to class.
  • Community Connections - Hugo

    Navigating supportive services for elders can be overwhelming.  Bring a lunch and learn about local resources.  Bring your questions! September 5 - The Art of Moving - Small Steps / Big MovesLearn tips and tricks to a successful move. From downsizing to the actual move process. Learn DIY items you can do yourself before the move. And, what you need to know about hiring the right mover. Presented by Rose’s Daughters-Packing & Moving Solutions for Seniors and AAA Movers. October 21 - Easy Cooking on a BudgetPlanning and cooking for one or two can be a challenge but it doesn’t have to be. Learn easy tips and ideas for meal planning with an emphasis on easy to prepare, budget friendly, and tasty dishes. Planning tips and resources will be provided, as well as what to look for in the grocery store, and how to make adjustments to recipes to better fit any health conditions such as diabetes or high blood pressure. November 18 - Planning for the FutureLocal Attorney Sheila Kelly will discuss the importance of estate planning and review the common estate planning documents everyone should know about. She will also answer common questions such as: I don’t have an estate, do I? What happens if I don’t have a Will? When and why do I need a Trust? Do I need a Healthcare Directive? What about a Durable Power of Attorney?  December 19 - Vision Loss Resource  (this class is on Thursday, not Monday this month)Vision Loss Resources will be sharing how they are at work in the Community helping folks with low vision (Macular Degeneration, Cataracts, Glaucoma and stroke). What is low vision? It is when an eye condition is not corrected with traditional eye glasses. Come and learn what Vision Loss Resource services are available that might help you or someone you know who is having daily challenges with their vision. January 20 - No Class These are free classes, but registration is appreciated.Also view these related programs:  Community Connections  - Vadnais HeightsCommunity Connection - White Bear Lake