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  • GED Test Information Only

    MAKE AN INVESTMENT - Adults who have their degree make more money and are prepared for college! The GED® test is a four-subject high school equivalency test that measures skills required by high schools and requested by colleges and employers. The four subjects are Science, Social Studies, Mathematical Reasoning, and Reasoning Through Language Arts. After you pass the GED® test, your diploma or credential will be issued by your state but you’ll receive a GED® transcript to apply to college, start training, or get a better job. Visit www.ged.com to learn more or to make an appointment to take the test.
  • Adult Basic Education (ABE)

    Adult Basic Education classes are: Designed for adults Learner centered Offered year round Confidential Free of charge Self-paced Flexible on-going start dates Basic Skills Refresher – Are you preparing to enter college or wanting to brush up on your reading, writing or math skills? Based on your individual needs, you will be guided through activities and materials to help you meet your educational goals. English as a Second Language – Are you or someone you know interested in improving their English? Foreign-born adults are welcome to work one-on-one or in small groups with teachers or tutors to improve their English skills. Students can enter the program with any level of English language skill and move through the program at their own pace. Family Learning - This is an ideal program for parents with young children who want to work on their own learning goals. Children attend preschool or childcare programs while parents participate in parent education classes and work on goals that may include GED, English or basic skills. Families enjoy lunch together, participate in guided learning experiences and get ideas for home activities. Call for enrollment information. Sep-May Tue & Thu 11:15-3:30pm
  • GED Test Preparation

    Work individually or in small groups with the guidance of a licensed teacher to prepare for taking your GED tests. We will determine where you need extra support in order to pass all four sections of the GED test. You will have access to instructional materials and timed practice tests. You and your instructor will determine when you are prepared to take each section of the computer based version of the GED. GED-i online test preparation is available on a limited basis to learners who qualify.
  • GED Test Information Only

    MAKE AN INVESTMENT - Adults who have their degree make more money and are prepared for college! The GED® test is a four-subject high school equivalency test that measures skills required by high schools and requested by colleges and employers. The four subjects are Science, Social Studies, Mathematical Reasoning, and Reasoning Through Language Arts. After you pass the GED® test, your diploma or credential will be issued by your state but you’ll receive a GED® transcript to apply to college, start training, or get a better job. Visit www.ged.com to learn more or to make an appointment to take the test.
  • Adult Basic Education (ABE)

    Adult Basic Education classes are: Designed for adults Learner centered Offered year round Confidential Free of charge Self-paced Flexible on-going start dates Basic Skills Refresher – Are you preparing to enter college or wanting to brush up on your reading, writing or math skills? Based on your individual needs, you will be guided through activities and materials to help you meet your educational goals. English as a Second Language – Are you or someone you know interested in improving their English? Foreign-born adults are welcome to work one-on-one or in small groups with teachers or tutors to improve their English skills. Students can enter the program with any level of English language skill and move through the program at their own pace. Family Learning - This is an ideal program for parents with young children who want to work on their own learning goals. Children attend preschool or childcare programs while parents participate in parent education classes and work on goals that may include GED, English or basic skills. Families enjoy lunch together, participate in guided learning experiences and get ideas for home activities. Call for enrollment information. Sep-May Tue & Thu 11:15-3:30pm
  • GED Test Preparation

    Work individually or in small groups with the guidance of a licensed teacher to prepare for taking your GED tests. We will determine where you need extra support in order to pass all four sections of the GED test. You will have access to instructional materials and timed practice tests. You and your instructor will determine when you are prepared to take each section of the computer based version of the GED. GED-i online test preparation is available on a limited basis to learners who qualify.
  • Couch to 5K

    Get off the couch and get ready to run! Learn the importance of stretching, training techniques and running strategies under the guidance of an experienced and accomplished runner. Beginning runners will be prepared to run a 5K while experienced runners will focus on improving running times. Runners will be expected to journal runs throughout, so bring paper and a writing utensil.
  • Mosaic Bird Bath

    Create a colorful bird bath to entice birds to your yard! Decorate a terra cotta saucer (the type which would normally be placed under a planter) with mosaic tiles to suit your taste. It can then be placed on a wrought iron stand, which can be purchased locally. The result is beautiful when completed. Wear clothes that can get dirty and bring rubber gloves and an old towel for grouting. A $25 supply fee is payable to the instructor at class.
  • 5 Keys to Retiring Fearlessly

    Whether you are approaching retirement or in retirement, the risk remains the same. You need to have a strategy to manage your assets in volatile markets. This workshop will provide five keys to building a retirement plan that will give you confidence to face the daily swings in the market.
  • Painting Buddies Age 6-Adult

    Adult and child pairs will work together to create an acrylic painting on two canvases. Instruction from professional artist, Tree Croyle Johnson, will help ensure every painting is a masterpiece! This is a great opportunity to have fun and be creative in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. The paint can stain your clothes; please dress accordingly. A supply fee of $10 per pair is payable to the instructor at class. The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call (651) 982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room. Due to materials being prepared, no refunds after noon the day of class. Please register the child who will be attending. During registration, there will be a space to list the name of the adult who will be attending with the child. The Hallberg Center is currently requiring masks to be worn in the building. May 13 and June 3 June 17 and June 24 July 15 and July 29 August 12
  • Pickleball Lessons - Intermediate/Advanced

    It’s time to improve your pickleball game. Learn proper techniques for three different serves, cross court attack dinks and the all-important third shot (drop). Learn how to play against "bangers" and the secrets of winning doubles strategies. Open to all players who know how to keep score, hit a forehand and backhand shot and understand the basis of the dink shot. Participants will drill and play to achieve maximum improvement. PPR Coach and multi-Gold Medalist, Michael Lammer, will instruct this fun filled class. Wear comfortable clothes, athletic shoes and bring a bottle of water. Michael will have demo paddles available for use.
  • Pickleball Lessons - Beginner

    Join the fastest growing sport in America by learning to play pickleball. This beginner class is designed as a drill and play format. You will learn how to keep score, serve and return the serve along with hitting forehand, backhand, dinking, lobbing and court strategies. This course is taught with passion and humor by PPR Coach and multi-Gold Medalist, Michael Lammer. Wear comfortable clothes, athletic shoes and bring a bottle of water. You do not need to purchase a paddle before class, as Michael will bring a variety of demo paddles for you to try.
  • Yoga - Balance & Strength

    Energize your body while gaining flexibility and strength through the practice of yoga. Using yoga poses, you will stretch and tone muscles while strengthening joints and improving your balance. This class is designed for people of all abilities. In person drop-in fee is $10 - space permitting. Please wear comfortable clothing, bring a yoga mat and a bottle of water.
  • Golf Clinic for Beginners

    New to the game of golf? Here is your opportunity to spend time learning the fundamentals from a PGA teaching professional. You will improve your game by focusing on correct form and club selection. Each session will cover a different aspect of the game including irons, woods, chipping and putting. We will also cover etiquette of the game and basic golf rules. For those without golf clubs, Tanners Brook has clubs available to use during this class. If rain is in the forecast, you can call Tanners Brook at (651) 464-2300 after 5pm on the day of your clinic for information about if a session will need to be rescheduled.
  • Golf Clinic for Women

    This is a great opportunity to learn or improve your golf game in a class tailored just for women. You will increase your skills by learning correct form and club selection. Each session will cover a different aspect of the game including irons, woods, chipping and putting. We will also cover etiquette of the game and basic golf rules. For those without golf clubs, clubs will be available to use during class. If rain is in the forecast, you can call Tanners Brook at (651) 464-2300 after 5pm on the day of your clinic for information about if a session will need to be rescheduled.
  • Wildlife Science Center

    Join your friends at the Wildlife Center for a howling good evening! We’ll see and learn about the Wildlife Science Center’s resident wildlife which includes wolves, bears, mountain lions, coyotes, raptors and reptiles. We’ll end the evening with a bonfire and roast marshmallows! Wildlife Science Center is located at 22830 Sunrise Rd NE, Stacy, MN 55079. Registration Deadline is Tuesday June 7.
  • Lap Swim

    Swim laps regularly at the pool to keep fit and healthy. Pre-registration is REQUIRED You can register for this class either online or by calling 651-982-8110.
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    Life is like a game of tennis; the player who serves well seldom loses -- Carmen Ortiz (flickr) (CC BY 2.0)

    Tennis Clinic for Adults

    Learn the game of tennis from scratch or hone up on your tennis skills by going through the four basic shots required in tennis: the forehand, backhand, volleys and serves. Our goal will be to get you to learn proper techniques for each shot so you will be able to rally by the end of the summer. We want to especially encourage all parents of the students going through the kids’ tennis clinics to register. There’s nothing better than a family that can go out and enjoy tennis together so let us know you have a student registered for any of our tennis clinics and receive a 50% discount for this adult class! Please contact Katie Suloff at 651-982-8392 or ksuloff@flaschools.org to receive the discount. *Please note, students will be allowed to attend freely. If rooms allows, students can join for hit around on the back of the evening after instruction Our tennis program strives to offer classes for everyone so all can learn and enjoy the great sport!
  • Medicare 101

    Planning for Medicare is intimidating. If you or a family member is nearing the age of 65, attend this course to learn the basics of what Medicare is, how it works, how to avoid penalties and what you need to know to prepare yourself for this process. The instructor, Charles Taylor, is the owner of Four Points Advisory LLC. Investment and Advisory services offered through World Equity Group Inc., member of FINRA/SIPC.
  • Basketball - Adult Co-ed

    Recreational basketball is a great workout and a good time for both new and returning players. Players organize full court or cross court pick-up games and often play shirts and skins. A yellow or gold t-shirt can be worn as an alternative to skins. Online registration closes at 4pm each Tuesday. We request that players bring their own ball. If you drop in - please bring correct change.
  • Social Paint Night

    Anyone can be an artist - yes, including you! No art experience is necessary to create a 16 X 20 acrylic painting on a canvas you can take home. Tree Croyle Johnson, professional artist, will guide you through the creation of the featured painting in a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. Creativity, fun and mess-making are encouraged! The paint can stain your clothes; please dress accordingly. A supply fee of $5 is payable to the instructor at class. The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call (651) 982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room. Due to materials being prepared, no refunds after noon the day of class. Hallberg Center is currently requiring masks to be worn while in the building. May June July August
  • CPA Performance of "Grease"

    We’re off to the Theater, to spend some time in the world of Danny and Sandy ! CPA (Children’s Performing Arts) will be sharing their talents with us at a live performance of “Grease” at Hanifl Performing Arts Center White Bear Lake. We are going to a Sensory Friendly Performance on a FRIDAY EVENING. The show begins at 7, so FYI, we are expecting to be getting those that we are transporting home later than usual. Hanifl is located at 4941 Long Ave, White Bear Lake, MN 55110. Registration Deadline is Wednesday June 15.
  • Social Security: Timing is Everything

    As you approach retirement, now is the time to determine how you'll support yourself. Find out how you can optimize Social Security and know how much you can expect to receive from other income sources.
  • Lose Weight or Stop Nicotine Cravings Through Group Hypnosis

    Section A: Lose weight, start making healthy choices and stop cravings for sugar, pop and unhealthy foods. Stop snacking and get motivated to exercise. Section B: Quit smoking, vaping or chewing immediately through hypnosis without withdrawal, cravings or gaining weight. Section C: Lose weight and quit smoking, vaping or chewing. Bring a pillow and blanket for added comfort. Fee includes a reinforcement CD and lifetime membership card which allows participants to attend future seminars free. Registrants who cancel within three days of class will be mailed a lifetime membership card, as we are unable to issue refunds. Check in begins at 5:45pm. If you are returning for a follow-up class, call (651) 982-8110. Visit www.hypnosisclinic.net for any questions you may have about hypnosis. These classes are not eligible for UCare discount.