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  • *EmPowerU* Know Your Worth series: Nurture Your Network *online*

    EmPower U's Know Your Worth series: Nurture Your Network This series is part of EmPowerU, Dress for Success' Twin Cities career development programs that focuses on the following Pillars of Success: Health and Wellness, Leadership Development, Positive Network of Support, Financial Literacy, and Digital Literacy. Dress for Success is offering this series to help women know their worth. When you attend any of these classes, you will receive the book, Keys to Success, be eligible for two Professional Business Attire appointments, and have access to the Career Coaching team for one to one appointments to assist with your job search! These classes are FREE thanks to the sponsorship by Dress for Success. Dress for Success Twin Cities is a local non-profit that serves women ages 18 and older with their career advancement. Nurture Your Network Networking is often an essential technique for landing that job you are seeking. Join Dress for Success Twin Cities as we discuss various networking tips and the importance of nurturing your network and tapping into community resources as you continue to advance your career. Saturday, May 1 10 - 11:30 am online, virtual class - link to be sent closer to start date #7614-A21W FREE
  • A Road Trip Around Minnesota: Lakes and Waterfalls *online class*

    Jay Grammond is a Professional Photographer living in East Central Minnesota. He bought his first 35mm Camera in 1981. Over the years, he has photographed sports from youth to professional, nature, landscapes, and rural scenes especially in the Dakotas and Minnesota. He is currently working on a book about Ghost Signs, or Fading Ads of the Twin Cities; and several personal projects having to do with 100+ year-old Churches, Veterans and the WWII Era Population, and more. He has been published in several newspapers and magazines. A Road Trip around Minnesota: Lakes and Waterfalls 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 economies; and to 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. Thursday, February 18 6:30 - 7:30 pm online, virtual class #7544-A21W $19 Thursday, May 20 6:30 - 7:30 pm online, virtual class #7544-B21W $19
  • Barn Storming: A Tour of Minnesota Barns and Barn Quilts *online*

    Jay Grammond is a Professional Photographer living in East Central Minnesota. He bought his first 35mm Camera in 1981. Over the years, he has photographed sports from youth to professional, nature, landscapes, and rural scenes especially in the Dakotas and Minnesota. He is currently working on a book about Ghost Signs, or Fading Ads of the Twin Cities; and several personal projects having to do with 100+ year-old Churches, Veterans and the WWII Era Population, and more. He has been published in several newspapers and magazines. Barn Storming: A Tour of Minnesota Barns and Barn Quilts Minnesota is filled with countless numbers of barns, most from a bygone era. However, there are still a bunch in operation as well. Professional photographer and amateur historian Jay Grammond, has traveled the state capturing images of barns of all shapes, sizes and conditions. There is just something about a barn! There are some areas of the state where the barns are adorned with something called a "barn quilt." Barn quilts are pieces of art on the side of a barn, shed or house that tell a story. These places are all visible from the roadways, so once you know about them, you can go check them out! Thursday, March 11 6:30 - 7:30 pm online, virtual class - link to be sent closer to start date #7545-A21W $19 Tuesday, May 4 6:30 - 7:30 pm online, virtual class - link to be sent closer to start date #7545-B21W $19
  • Grooming Tips & Tricks for Dog Owners seminar

    Grooming Tips & Tricks for Dog Owners seminar This class is a must for Doodle owners Having a healthy dog goes beyond providing good food and adequate exercise. Skin & coat play a big part in your pet’s overall health and comfort. Good grooming practices at home will make life easier for you, your pet and your groomer. Developing good grooming habits early on will grow your bond with your dog and will save you money on professional grooming services. In this class, we’ll learn about different coat types and how to manage them with the right tools and techniques, what to look for in a shampoo, how often to bathe, what kind of brush to use and whether supplements actually work. Wednesday, May 19 7 - 8:15 pm Westonka Activity Center Conference Room #7429-A21W $39
  • Medicare 101

    Medicare 101 This educational class will take the mystery out of Medicare. Parts A, B, C, and D; what do they cover and when can you enroll? What is new with Medicare? Get all the answers to questions like these during class with licensed independent agent Stefany Jessen. Tuesday, February 23 5:30 - 7 pm Westonka Activity Center Conference Room #7413-A21W $10 Tuesday, May 18 5:30 - 7 pm Westonka Activity Center Conference Room #7413-B21W $10
  • Pet Parenting for First-Time Dog Owners seminar - April 29

    Pet Parenting for First-time Dog Owners seminar Pet parenting has evolved in the last decade and there's more to know than ever before. Do you want to know the secret to adding years to your pet’s life? This class will cover everything from leaving your pet home alone, to bathing and brushing best practices. We’ll talk about the latest trends in pet food and nutrition plus how to find the right veterinarian. Bring your questions for the live Q&A. Thursday, April 29 7 - 8:15 pm Westonka Activity Center Conference Room #7428-A21W $39
  • Pillar 6 Workshop

    Pillar 6 Workshop Get ready to learn more about the Number Six Pillar of the Eight Pillars of Parenting. Participants will take a deeper, interactive look into one aspect of the Mad2Glad™ blueprint, we will roleplay real life scenarios and learn how to connect and respond in a collaborative way. Instructor Rebecca Maas is a practiced math teacher and parent passionate about peace. She helps families connect and find peace at home by sharing her skills as a certified Mad2Glad™ Parent Coach. Wednesday, May 26 7 - 8 pm Westonka Activity Center Conference Room #7420-A21W $25/couple
  • Westonka Community Theatre 2020-21 Season Supporter

    Westonka Community Theatre 2020-21 Season Supporter suggested levels #1177-A21S Contributor - $20 #1177-B21S Patron - $50 #1177-C21S Donor - $100 #1177-D21S Supporter - $250 #1177-E21S Funder - $500 Please call Community Education & Services if you would like to contribute any amount outside of defined levels: 952.491.8040
  • Westonka Friends of the Arts membership

    Join in enriching the cultural life of the Westonka area Westonka Friends of the Arts (WFA) is a volunteer organization of area residents who care deeply about community arts programming through new the Westonka Performing Arts Center (PAC). Partnering with Westonka Community Education and the new Westonka Community Theater, our hope is that the Westonka area becomes a truly wonderful destination for the arts. The new arts center will be a place to experience great school productions as well as professional Twin Cities musicians, dancers, authors, actors, and more. Your neighbors in WFA plan to work with business owners, private donors, and fellow arts lovers to raise funds from public, private and philanthropic sources. Become a Member ($35) Support the development of dynamic cultural offerings, quality entertainment, innovative educational programs, and artistic engagement for all ages. Advertise your commitment to this exciting new organization with a WFA car decal Become a Supporter ($75) Everything above AND have early access to WFA programming, backstage tours, and invitation only events such as after parties - where the show really does go on Become a Patron ($250) Everything above, AND special recognition in our printed materials and early access to pre-sale tickets before major events There are additional opportunities for businesses and individuals to underwrite performances, sponsor a series, or discuss naming rights for upcoming events. You can make a huge difference to this community by helping us to provide low cost access to the magic of arts for our residents.