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  • 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.
  • 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
  • American Red Cross Certified Babysitters Training Age 11 & older

    Becoming a Certified Babysitter provides the knowledge necessary for young people to make some extra money. Course topics include: Leadership, Safety and Responsibility, Stop - Think - Safety, Safe Play, Basic Care - The Heart of Babysitting, Check - Call - Care, First Aid for Breathing and Bleeding Emergencies and The Business of Babysitting. This course includes fun activity ideas to keep a variety of age groups amused! Participants will take home a babysitters bag to bring with them whenever they babysit. In addition to the bag, participants will receive a handbook, certificate and safety kit. Students should bring a pencil, infant sized baby doll or stuffed animal, a snack and a lunch. Participants must be at least 11 years old - age will be verified.
  • Archery - Intro Age 7-Adult

    Bullseye! Are you looking to try something new or want to enhance your archery skills? Following the National Archery in the Schools Program curriculum, you will learn about all the parts of the bow and arrow, techniques of shooting and enhance your skills as a shooter. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. Shoot straight, have fun and remember - safety first! Registration fee will be refunded after the second session if children are not strong enough to achieve full draw of the bow.
  • Archery - Intro Age 7-Adult

    Please click here to register for Archery - Intro Age 7- Adult. Bullseye! Are you looking to try something new or want to enhance your archery skills? Following the National Archery in the Schools Program curriculum, you will learn about all the parts of the bow and arrow, techniques of shooting and enhance your skills as a shooter. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. Shoot straight, have fun and remember - safety first! Registration fee will be refunded after the second session if children are not strong enough to achieve full draw of the bow.
  • Archery - Intro Age 7-Adult

    Please click here to register for Archery - Intro Age 7-Adult. Bullseye! Are you looking to try something new or want to enhance your archery skills? Following the National Archery in the Schools Program curriculum, you will learn about all the parts of the bow and arrow, techniques of shooting and enhance your skills as a shooter. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. Shoot straight, have fun and remember - safety first! Registration fee will be refunded after the second session if children are not strong enough to achieve full draw of the bow.
  • Balancing Act: Parenting and Stress

    The dog ran away, juice was spilled on the remote and the toilet overflowed; just a typical day of parenting. Parenting can be stressful. We understand the feeling. Have a night out and join a parent educator with other families that are experiencing stress. Learn techniques to prevent stressful events and how to handle them when they happen. Free childcare is available. Register by 10/17.
  • Ballroom Dance - Private Instruction

    Heidi Smith-Miranda will be offering 30 minute private instruction in ballroom dance. This is a great opportunity to work out the kinks in your steps and move your dance skills to the next level. A 30 minute lesson is $39 per couple.
  • Basketball - Adult Co-ed

    Looking for a place to play recreational basketball? This is the place for you! 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. We request that players bring their own ball. Forest Lake Area Schools Community Education Adult Rec Basketball encourages online registration and payment in advance each week; walk-ins will be taken only if space allows.
  • Basketball League - Boys Grade 4

    Basketball League will focus on improving basic skills such as dribbling with both hands, shooting, passing, game positions and offensive/defensive techniques. Register for the grade the participant is entering in the fall and the elementary school they attend. Games will be played at Forest Lake Area Middle School (FLAMS), game times are at 6:15pm or 7:15 pm. In addition to the one game night, the participant will have one to two practices a week at a school located within the Forest Lake Area Schools (FLAS) district. Practices will be planned and communicated by by the volunteer coach after the coaches meeting. All players will receive a t-shirt if registered by the deadline, so please indicate size when registering. Volunteer coaches are needed for each team. If you are interested in being a volunteer coach, please indicate this when registering. Friend Requests: We will grant one friend request per player. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted. What to bring: appropriate basketball shoes, t-shirt, shorts and a bottle of water every day. Registration deadline: October 13 Practice begins: the week of Dec 6th
  • Basketball League - Boys Grade 5-6

    Basketball League will focus on improving basic skills such as dribbling with both hands, shooting, passing, game positions and offensive/defensive techniques. Register for the grade the participant is entering in the fall and the elementary school they attend. Games will be played at Forest Lake Area Middle School (FLAMS), game times are at 6:15pm or 7:15 pm. In addition to the one game night, the participant will have one to two practices a week at a school located within the Forest Lake Area Schools (FLAS) district. Practices will be planned and communicated by by the volunteer coach after the coaches meeting. All players will receive a t-shirt if registered by the deadline, so please indicate size when registering. Volunteer coaches are needed for each team. If you are interested in being a volunteer coach, please indicate this when registering. Friend Requests: We will grant one friend request per player. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted. What to bring: appropriate basketball shoes, t-shirt, shorts and a bottle of water every day. Registration deadline: October 13 Practice begins: the week of Dec 6th
  • Basketball League - Boys Grades 2-3

    Basketball League will focus on improving basic skills such as dribbling with both hands, shooting, passing, game positions and offensive/defensive techniques. Register for the grade the participant is entering in the fall and the elementary school they attend. Games will be played at Forest Lake Area Middle School (FLAMS), game times are at 6:15pm or 7:15 pm. In addition to the one game night, the participant will have one to two practices a week at a school located within the Forest Lake Area Schools (FLAS) district. Practices will be planned and communicated by by the volunteer coach after the coaches meeting. All players will receive a t-shirt if registered by the deadline, so please indicate size when registering. Volunteer coaches are needed for each team. If you are interested in being a volunteer coach, please indicate this when registering. Friend Requests: We will grant one friend request per player. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted. What to bring: appropriate basketball shoes, t-shirt, shorts and a bottle of water every day. Registration deadline: October 13 Practice begins: the week of Dec 6th
  • Basketball League - Girls Grade 4

    Basketball League will focus on improving basic skills such as dribbling with both hands, shooting, passing, game positions and offensive/defensive techniques. Register for the grade the participant is entering in the fall and the elementary school they attend. Games will be played at Forest Lake Area Middle School (FLAMS), game times are at 6:15pm or 7:15 pm. In addition to the one game night, the participant will have one to two practices a week at a school located within the Forest Lake Area Schools (FLAS) district. Practices will be planned and communicated by by the volunteer coach after the coaches meeting. All players will receive a t-shirt if registered by the deadline, so please indicate size when registering. Volunteer coaches are needed for each team. If you are interested in being a volunteer coach, please indicate this when registering. Friend Requests: We will grant one friend request per player. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted. What to bring: appropriate basketball shoes, t-shirt, shorts and a bottle of water every day. Registration deadline: October 13 Practice begins: the week of Dec 6th