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Roseville Area Schools Community EducationQuality Teaching & Learning for All...Equity in All We DoFall 2015 -16CourseCatalogClass SpotlightOn Page 5Photo by Nancy Robbins,Roseville Area Schools Community Education StudentIntroduction to PhotographyTake a hobby from ordinary to extraordinary!Intro to Photography P. 5 Girls Night Out P. 6Couples Night Out P. 8 Business of Blogging P. 24


Contact & Helpful InformationRoseville AreaSchools CommunityEducation1910 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113www.ISD623.org/CommunityEdPhone: 651.604.3500CommEd@isd623.orgRoseville Adult................ 651.604.3553Learning Center (RALC)Adult Enrichment............ 651.604.3770Adults w/ Disabilities....... 651.604.3770Aquatics.......................... 651.604.3770Facility Use..................... 651.604.3510Community Education.... 651.604.3500Early Childhood.............. 651.487.4378Family EducationEarly Childhood.............. 651.487.4378ScreeningPre K.............................. 651.604.3578Youth Enrichment........... 651.604.3770School Age Care............ 651.604.3505Senior Program.............. 651.604.3520Targeted Services........... 651.604.3508FACILITY USEThe Facility Use Programcoordinates the rental andscheduling of all available districtfacilities for community activities.Requests are prioritized bycategory and coordinated withthe schools to avoid interferingwith district programs. For moreinformation, call 651.604.3510.NO PITCH GUARANTEELocations & KEYBrimhall Elementary (BH)1744 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113Central Park Elementary (CP)535 County Road B2 WestRoseville, MN 55113District Center (DC)1251 County Road B2 WestRoseville, MN 55113Edgerton Elementary (EDG)1929 Edgerton StMaplewood, MN 55117Emmet D. Williams Elementary (EDW)955 County Road D WestShoreview, MN 55126Fairview Community Center (FV)1910 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113Falcon Heights Elementary (FH)1393 Garden Ave WestFalcon Heights, MN 55113Harambee Elementary (HAR)30 County Road B EastMaplewood, MN 55117Little Canada Elementary (LC)400 Eli RoadLittle Canada, MN 55117Parkview Center School (PCS)701 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113Ramsey County Library Roseville2180 North Hamline AveRoseville, MN 55113Roseville Area Middle School (RAMS)15 County Road B2 EastLittle Canada, MN 55117Roseville Area High School (RAHS)1240 County Road B2 WestRoseville, MN 55113Roseville City Hall2660 Civic Center DrRoseville, MN 55113MISSION STATEMENTTo engage ourever-changingcommunities andpartners in developingmeaningful services,quality programsand lifelong learningopportunities for all.GETSOCIAL!Like us on Facebook!facebook.com/CommunityEdFollow us on Twitter!twitter.com/ISD_623Watch us on YouTube!youtube.com/rosevillecommedCommunity Education works witha wide variety of professionalsto generate interest and shareknowledge but does not promoteor recommend any specificbusiness, service, or product.While an instructor(s) may makeinformation available about theirbusiness, service, or product, it willnot be required or recommendedin or beyond the class.Decisions to cancelclasses due to lowenrollment are usuallymade a week in advance.


Run for a ReasonSaturday • November 14 • 9:00 A.M.Emmet D. Williams Elementary6.23 Kilometer RaceAdults: $25Children: $9Groups 5+:To receive group rateplease call 651.604.3509.$15 per adult$5 per ChildFOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO Register:651.604.3509 • www. ISD623.Org/WALKRUNwww.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 3


ContentsBroadeningHorizons• Language Arts.................. P. 16• Career & Finance........P. 17-18• Personal Interests......P. 22-23• Technology..................P. 24-26• RASP............................P. 30-31• RALC............................P. 32-33Senior Activity PassBusiness &Technology• Language Arts.................. P. 16• Career & Finance........P. 17-18• Personal Interests......P. 21-23• Online Learning............... P. 26• Technology..................P. 24-26• RALC............................P. 32-33Creative• Art....................................P. 5-7• Cooking...........................P. 8-9• Dance & Music............ P. 10-11• Personal Interests......P. 22-23• Technology..................P. 24-26• Roseville Giftand Craft Shoppe........P. 30-31Family, Life, & Home• Cooking...........................P. 8-9• Home................................. P. 15• Personal Interests......P. 22-23• Primetime......................... P. 29• Early Childhood..........P. 34-36• Out of School Time.......... P. 37• RASP............................P. 30-31• RALC............................P. 32-33Fit & Active• Dance & Music............ P. 10-11• Fitness.........................P. 12-14• Mind & Body................P. 19-21• Youth Swim...................... P. 27• Adult Swim....................... P. 28• Little CanadaParks & Rec...................... P. 40Catch all the action!Enjoy all 9 th -12 th grade home gamesand activities during the school yearfor FREE with the Senior CommunityMember Activity Pass for older adults60+. Exclusions apply. Visit theFairview Information Center or theDistrict Center to pick up your pass today!Fairview Information Center1910 County Rd B WestRoseville, MN 55113651.604.3500Monday - Friday 8:00AM-5:00PMDistrict Center1251 County Rd B-2 WestRoseville, MN 55113Monday - Friday 8:00AM-4:00PMOnly valid for 9th-12th grade extra-curricular activities atRoseville Are High School during the school year.Good for senior drama matinée ONLY.Not valid at hockey games or region/section/state contests.Find the activity schedule atwww.isd623.org/rahs


artA Collection ofChristmas EarringsMake a collection of delightful earrings(or pendants) during an easy and funevening. Your gift-giving list is now done!All supplies are provided, includingSwarovski crystals, which add a touchof elegance. Just come and create!Choose from Christmas trees, angels,snowmen, candy canes, and more.Bring jewelry-making tools if you havethem. Instructor collects $9 materialfee per pendant or earring pair.Lorri Kaas1026 1 Session Wed6:30PM-9:00PM Dec 2$25 FV 103Easy Oil Painting -Golden SunsetDon’t think of yourself as an artist? Joinus as we paint Golden Sunset, and youwill be amazed at how easy and funpainting can be! We will work with easyoil paints, and the instructor will supplyall the materials you will need, includingpaints, 16x20 inch canvas, and paintingsupplies. Your painting will be ready toframe and hang once you get home.There is always much to learn, and the“Joy of Painting” might be the highlightof your year. Quality inexpensiveframes will be available for purchase.Jay Rupp1090-1 1 Session Sat10:00AM-1:30PM Oct 10$59 FV 105Easy Oil Painting -Winter SunsetAnyone can be an artist with simplesteps! Join us as we paint WinterSunset, and you will be amazed athow easy and fun painting can be! Wewill work with easy oil paints, and theinstructor will supply all the materialsyou will need, including paints, 16x20inch canvas, and painting supplies.Your painting will be ready to frameand hang once you get home. Thereis always much to learn, and the “Joyof Painting” might be the highlight ofyour year. Quality inexpensive frameswill be available for purchase.Jay Rupp1090-2 1 Session Sat10:00AM-1:30PM Dec 5$59 FV 105on the coverClass SpotlightPhoto by Kathy Pass,Roseville Area Schools CommunityEducation Photography StudentCover photo by Nancy Robbins,Roseville Area Schools CommunityEducation Photography StudentI was a complete beginner, just using point andshoot cameras. The instructor is very patientand teaches the basics of shutter speed,aperture and ISO. There is lots of practice outat different locations around the city.I now have a new hobby that I LOVE!-Kathy PassRoseville Area Schools Community Education Photography StudentIntroduction to PhotographyUnlock the secrets of your digital camera. Learn how to make your camerawork for you instead of letting the camera make all of the decisions.Understanding how different modes work will open up a whole new world.Don't be afraid of all the numbers! Pick your own ISO, shutter and aperture,while learning how to control what you want in focus. This class will teachyou how to use the basic controls instead of the camera taking all the control.The first night will be held in the classroom and the remaining nights we willmeet at Fairview before going on location. Locations will be discussed inclass. Cameras that can be put in manual mode and tri-pods are needed.Paul Veronikas4337 4 Sessions Fri6:30PM-8:30PM Sept 4-25$49 FV 100www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 5


artRock-BottomWatercolor PaintingLeave your fears at home and cometry this two-session class that will giveyou the rock-bottom basics to paintingwith watercolors. In this beginner class,you will learn how to handle the wetmedium of the paint and learn aboutdifferent qualities of brushes, paint,and paper. This class will give you theconfidence you need to continue on tothe next level of watercolor painting.Full materials list is available online.Mary Degen-Hefelfinger1154 2 Sessions Sat10:00AM-12:00PM Sept 12 & 19$39 FV 105Scrapbook LayoutsLearn how to save memories andhave fun doing it with scrapbookingtechniques. In this class, we will becreating four 2-page, 12x12 scrapbooklayouts, and you will learn simple waysto create beautiful pages to completeyour scrapbooks. All materials will bepre-cut and no pictures will be required.Some stamping and embellishments.The instructor will provide stamps, inks,and tools for you to complete pages. Youshould bring your adhesive of choice(Tombow, double-sided tape, etc.), oryou can purchase it from the instructor.Elizabeth Hawley1001 1 Session Wed6:00PM-9:00PM Sept 2$29 FV 105Rock-Bottom BeginnersWatercolor PaintingCome learn and enjoy watercolor painting ina relaxed and non-pressured class. Thisclass is for beginner who always wantedto learn to paint in watercolors. Startingwith the very basics, then each of the 8classes will slowly guide you to being able tocomplete a picture. Find the support youneed in a very positive environment. Materialfee of $5 payable to the instructor at firstclass. Full materials list is available online.Mary Degen-Hefelfinger1153-1 8 Sessions Tue6:00PM-8:00PM Sept 29-Nov 24$119 FV 103No class Nov 3Zentangle BasicsGo beyond doodling, and practice artisticmeditation. Learn the theory and basicsof Zentangle. It’s an easy method ofcreating artwork from repetitive patterns.Create miniature pieces of black andwhite art on paper tiles as the entireprocess is broken down and taught onestroke at a time. Zentangle is great forall levels of artistic ability. Supply feeof $10 paid to the instructor in class.Susan Kolze1056-1 1 Session Tue6:30PM-9:00PM Oct 6$29 FV 1051056-2 1 Session Sat9:30AM-12:00PM Nov 7$29 FV 105Watercolor Painting -Level 1 & 2Come and enjoy watercolor painting ina relaxed and non-pressured class. Thisclass is for beginning- and intermediatelevelstudents. Each class will include ademonstration and guided help from theinstructor in addition to class critique.You will receive an email each weekabout the watercolor we will work onin the next class. Material fee of $5payable to the instructor at first class.Full materials list is available online.Mary Degen-Hefelfinger1153 8 Sessions Tue3:00PM-5:00PM Sept 29-Nov 24$119 FV 103No class Nov 3Knitting - Level 1Create a hat for an adult or child in thisbeginning-level knitting class. Whetheryou’ve never knitted before or learnedyears ago and need a refresher, thisclass is for you. You’ll learn to cast on,knit, purl, read a pattern, use circularand double pointed needles, andrecognize and fix your mistakes.Supplies needed are listed online.Pattern for the hat projectwill be provided.Peggy Lexau1048 4 Sessions Thu6:00PM-8:00PM Sept 24-Oct 15$49 FV 102Wood Crafting for Beginners -Chalkboard Serving TrayDo you see ideas on Pinterest that you want to do but don’tknow how? Working with wood, chalkboard paint, sandpaper,hardware, and power tools, beginning crafters can create abeautiful chalkboard serving tray that will impress guests. As abonus craft, you will also paint and distress a mason jar. Thereis a $30 material fee that will be collected by the instructor.Sawdust Savvy1003 1 Session Thu6:00PM-8:30PM Oct 22$29 FV 105Grab a girlfriend or two andcreate a one-of-a-kind creation!NightOut6Roseville Area Schools Community Education


artHOT TOPIC!Family-friendly class!Parent/Child: Beginning KnittingJoin Jess in knitting a simple hat. We’ll learn to read a pattern,knitting, purling, and seaming. Each person will need thefollowing supplies: 1 ball bulky weight yarn (preferably wool orwool blend), knitting needles size 10, tapestry needle, scissors,and tape measure. Child must be 8 years old or older.Jess Bandelin974-FV 3 Sessions Sat1:30PM-3:30PM Sept 19-Oct 3$39 pair enrollment FV 100Pottery - Hand BuildingLearn the basics of creating potteryand sculpture. The instructor will assistyou in developing your building skills.Participants can expect to learn howto create cylinders, bowls, vases,and platters. We will be using molds,coils, paper patterns, and slabs tobuild forms. This class is designedfor the beginner as well as individualswho wish to continue developingtheir skills. This is a great class tolearn at your own pace and havefun. Pay instructor $20 for supplies.Paul Moeller1055-H 8 Sessions Tue6:30PM-9:00PM Sept 29-Nov 24$125 RAHS D Wing 114No class Nov 3Family Tree SuncatcherBrighten any window with this family tree suncatcher.Make a unique tree with beads to signify birthstonesor charms to remember traditions, special events,or hobbies. This easy and fun craft makes a wonderfullymeaningful gift to give or to keep for yourself.Beads and charms included in $15 materials feepayable to the instructor for the 8-inch family tree.Peggy Ingles1002 1 Session Tue6:00PM-9:00PM Sept 29$39 FV 105Pottery - WheelLearn the basics of creating pottery onthe wheel. The instructor will assist youin developing basic throwing skills as wellas advanced techniques. Participantscan expect to learn how to createcylinders, bowls, vases, and platters.This class is designed for the beginneras well as individuals who wish tocontinue developing their skills on thepotter’s wheel. This is a great class tolearn at your own pace and have fun.$20 supply fee payable to the instructor.Paul Moeller1055-W 8 Sessions Tue6:30PM-9:00PM Sept 29-Nov 24$125 RAHS D Wing 114No class Nov 3Quilling Art 101Learn the art of quilling! Create beautiful3D paper artwork and take home astunning handmade card showcasingyour new talents. We will learn multipletechniques for making quilled flowers andeach student will receive a slotted quillingtool. Please bring a pair of scissors.Katherine Young1027 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Oct 12$25 FV 102Quilling 102Now that you have mastered quilledflowers, take your skills to the next level!Using quilling strips, we will learn howto make more elaborate flowers anddifferent spiral shapes. Must take Quilling101 before taking this class. Bring yourslotted quilling tool and scissors.Katherine Young1028 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Nov 2$25 FV 102Mosaic Stained-GlassLantern or WindowBack by popular demand! Brightenup any room in your home withmosaic stained glass. This ancient artform is now fast and easy. You’ll seeoutstanding results (for even the mostart-challenged). Choose to add brilliantcolor to your day by hanging yourmasterpiece window in a sunny spot orlight up your night with the stained glasslantern. If you do not finish the glass workthe first night, you will have homeworkto do before grouting. The second nightis messy grouting night so please dressaccordingly and bring some old terrycloth towels. The black metal lantern is11”x 6” square and a $26 material fee ispayable to the instructor. It can be lit byeither a candle or an electric light thatwill be available from the instructor fora small additional charge. The windowis 8.5”x11” and a $16 material fee ispayable to instructor. Please indicateyour project choice when registering.Peggy Ingles1064 2 Sessions Tue6:00PM-9:00PM Oct 20 & 27$39 FV 105www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 7


CookingAppetizers -Quick, Easy & EnticingWe’ll create more than 20 appetizers thatrequire less than 20 minutes from start tofinish! You can serve these appetizers as afirst course or a snack for family and friends.And learn tips for throwing an appetizerparty! Our selections will include recipesfor spreads, hearty appetizers, dips,dippers, nibbles, hot appetizers, andmore. Enjoy your creations during theclass, or take your samples home.Laurel Severson1122 1 Session Wed6:00PM-9:00PM Sept 30$39 RAHS D Wing 104Artisan BreadImagine the aroma of freshly baked breadwafting through your home. Learn to bakehealthy dinner rolls, bulgur buns, and 8-grainbread from scratch. Using less processedand more natural ingredients, we will explorethe nutritional value of natural grains in ourdiets. Fiber-filled organic ingredients are agreat source of various vitamins, minerals,and complex carbohydrates along withother important nutrients. The best part issampling all our delicious breads and takinghome the surplus. Recipes are included.$10 supply fee payable to the instructor.Ellie Lida1170 1 Session Mon6:00PM-9:00PM Oct 26$35 RAHS D Wing 104Northern Italian DinnerLearn how to make seven Italian dishes, andenjoy a feast. We will start with two classicappetizers: prosciutto-wrapped melon andSpiedini alla Romana with prosciutto hamand mozzarella. Then we’ll create a classicwhite risotto with Parmigiano-Reggianocheese and a risotto with dried porcinimushrooms. The winter vegetable dish,Cicorie alla Griglia, will be made with grilledBelgian endives and will accompany ourmain dish, Chicken Cacciatora (Pollo allaCacciatora). To wrap up the evening, we willmaster a twice-baked almond cookie, Biscotti.Laurel Severson1102 1 Session Thu6:00PM-9:00PM Oct 1$39 RAHS D Wing 104EASY Gourmet CupcakesYou see them at weddings, fancy parties,and in the windows of many specialtyshops. Gourmet cupcakes! In this class,you will learn easy ways to make yourown gourmet cupcakes, without a lot ofspecial supplies. You will go home witha dozen specialty cupcakes, many newrecipes, and a cupcake decorating tip.Bring a 12-cupcake/muffin tin to bakeand bring home treats. There is a $10material fee payable to the instructor.Beki Cook1185 1 Session Mon6:00PM-9:00PM Sept 28$29 RAHS D Wing 104Creative CookiesDecorated sugar cookies are a staple onholiday cookie trays, baby showers, bridalshowers, birthday parties, and evenweddings. In this class, you will learn how tomake the hard-drying icing that allows you todecorate cookies like a pro Bring one-dozenround sugar cookies (homemade or bought)and a big, rimmed cookie sheet to takehome your delightfully decorated cookies.$10 supply fee will be collected by instructor.Beki Cook1142 1 Session Thu6:00PM-9:00PM Dec 3$29 RAHS D Wing 104Caramel & Cinnamon RollsIndulge and impress family and friends withluscious homemade cinnamon and caramelrolls. From scratch, make buttery caramel rollseveryone loves, along with rich cinnamonrolls. Leave with freshly baked rolls, recipes,and knowledge to bake these sweet yeastbreads on your own. This is a hands onclass. $12 paid to the instructor at class.Ellie Lida1135 1 Session Tue6:00PM-9:00PM Nov 17$35 RAHS D Wing 104Turn a great night outinto one spicy evening!Cook up somethingnew with this funexperience for two!Curry 101Hurry! Hurry! Let’s make some curry! Chef Anu will take you ona delicious, one-of-a-kind voyage through India with these fourdishes. From Delhi, we will use the Moghul cooking techniqueto make Moghlai Chicken Korma served with Elaichi Pulao.Then travel to the state of Gandhi for Panchamel Dal, a lentilcurry served with Jeera Pulao. Make Bengali Masala Jhinga, asucculent shrimp cooked in a subtly spiced cream sauce andserved with Basmati rice. We complete our journey with Sambaar,the queen of southern stews, made from lentils and vegetables ina tangy coconut-tamarind sauce and served with Jasmine rice.Anu Seshadri1159 1 Session Thu6:30PM-9:00PM Sept 24$55 individual RAHS D Wing 104$95 couple8Roseville Area Schools Community Education


CookingHoliday Spices & Hostess GiftsStart off the holiday season with spice blendrecipes and hostess gift ideas! Create aChai Masala Spice Blend for a chai drink,a curry spice blend with the Garam Masala,a delicious Winter Potato Stir-fry, India’sfamous Tandoori Masala Blend and useit for Tandoori Chicken Kabobs, CranberryPickle perfect for grilled meats and breads,and a Mint Cilantro Chutney or a MangoChutney hostess gift.Anu Seshadri1163 1 Session Wed6:30PM-9:00PM Dec 9$55 RAHS D Wing 104Cupcakes 101Make adorable cupcakes, just like the onesyou see in shops! Learn tricks to make tastiercupcakes from a mix by switching a fewingredients. You will also learn two simpleicing recipes to decorate and flavor perfectly.Bring a 12 cup muffin tin to bake and takehome cupcakes. $10 supply fee payableto the instructor on the night of class.Beki Cook1187 1 Sessions Mon6:00PM-9:00PM Jan 11$29 RAHS D Wing 104Simple, Special CakesMaking fancy desserts is a piece of cakein this class. You will learn tricks to makecakes that taste amazing and look like youspent the whole day in the kitchen. You willbring home one decorated two layer cake,an icing spatula, and cake decorating tips.$15 supply fee payable to the instructor.Beki Cook1186 1 Session Thu6:00PM-9:00PM Nov 5$29 RAHS D Wing 104HOT TOPIC!Dim Sum Cooking ClassAn unmatched experience for any foodie, this class will teach you how to makethree classic dim sums while sipping an authentic Chinese tea. We will makeShrimp Shiu Mai, Chinese dumplings stuffed with shrimp; Chicken Pot Stickers,Chinese dumplings with chicken and spices; and Orange Chocolate Baos, a dessertdim sum made with pillowy, soft buns called Baozi, scented with citrus and vanilla,and served with a chocolate sauce. And finally, enjoy Vanilla Jasmine Bubble Tea.Anu Seshadri1160 1 Session Wed6:30PM-9:00PM Oct 7$55 RAHS D Wing 1044 Famous Ethnic CookiesCreate the rolled Norwegian Krumkakesmade with cream, butter and cinnamon orflavored with vanilla. Make a flat, aniseflavoredItalian Pizzelle. Bake chewy almondflavored Swedish Sandbakkelse in tiny tarttins. Finally, master deep-fried Rosettes, apaper-thin Scandinavian delicacy dustedwith powdered sugar. You will receivegreat recipes along with many tips thatwill make your baking a success! Bringcontainers to take home cookies.Laurel Severson1150 1 Session Thu6:00PM-9:00PM Dec 10$39 RAHS D Wing 104Healthy Asian CuisineStart with Japanese Miso Corn Soup. Thenmake a Thailand dish of Grilled ChickenSatays with cucumber salad. India offersChickpea Stir-fry Masala, served with ahealthy twist! We will end with SrilankanCoconut Hoppers steamed and seasonedwith coconut Masala and served withsambal chutney. Master ingredients andtechniques from all over southeast Asia.Anu Seshadri1162 1 Session Wed6:30PM-9:00PM Nov 4/2015$55 RAHS D Wing D104Blood Sugar Control CookingEnjoy a delicious and nutritious five-coursemeal made with whole grains, legumes, andfruits and vegetables. Learn the many healthbenefits of fiber and low glycemic foods,including why they control blood sugar andweight. Receive a library of resources forfood and health, a free copy of Dick’scookbook, and whole grains or legumesto cook two recipes.Dick Ogren1103 1 Session Tue6:00PM-8:30PM Nov 10$39 RAHS D Wing 104LefseLearn dough making, baking, storing, andserving of the wonderful Norwegian delicacylefse with a bit of history and humor. Makelefse with real potatoes or instant potatoesin a pinch. Sample your creations andbring a container to take some home.Laurel Severson1151 1 Session Thu6:00PM-9:00PM Nov 12$35 RAHS D Wing 104Chocolate TrufflesNancy has taught thousands of people tomake these rich delicacies, and they areso easy to do. These handmade candiesmake wonderful gifts. Each student willtake home a nice box with 15-18 truffles.We will make 5 different recipes in class.A $12 supply fee will be collected by theinstructor and an optional truffle/candy kitis available for purchase for $18.Nancy Burgeson1116 1 Session Wed6:00PM-9:00PM Oct 21$29 RAHS D Wing 104All cooking classes are held at Roseville Area High School. Please enter throughthe auditorium doors, go straight, and room D104 will be on your right.www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 9


Dance & Music10Ballroom DanceTired of watching? This course is for you!In four sessions, you’ll experience thethrill of four classic ballroom dances!By the last week, you’ll find yourselfwhirling with the Waltz, rotating to theRumba, floating through the Foxtrot,and tantalizing your partner with theTango! With the expert guidance of3-time Ballroom Dance champion,Monica Mohn, you’ll be dancing beforeyou know it. Couples Only Please.Monica Mohn2219 4 Sessions Tue6:00PM-7:00PM Nov 10-Dec 1$59/couple EDW MultipurposeWedding Dance WorkshopPerfect for the couple that wants to feelcomfortable on the dance floor or thedancer who wants to add a few moves tospice up the usual routine. It doesn’t takemuch: a couple of fancy turns, an elegantwalk to show off your partner and easytricks to maneuver around the dancefloor. Instructor Monica Mohn, twice upfor “Best Wedding Dance Instruction”by MN Bride, will be your guide in this2-hour workshop. Feel free to bringyour music. Couples Only Please.Monica Mohn2119 1 Session Tue7:00PM-9:00PM Sept 8$35/couple EDW MultipurposeOpen Line DanceDance the night away every Tuesday.This is a DANCE not a class.Jodi Wittman2115-1 4 Sessions Tue8:15 PM-9:30PM Sept 29-Oct 20$19 FV Solarium2115-2 4 Sessions Tue8:15PM-9:30PM Nov 17-Dec 8$19 FV Solarium2115-3 7 Sessions Tue7:00PM-9:30PM Dec 15-Jan 26$39 FV SolariumDrop in$6 per nightEast Coast Swing DanceThis playful dance is tons of fun, andyou’ll be dancing after just one lesson.A terrific first class for new dancers whowant to learn basic steps including:1-and 2-handed turns, free spins,cuddle, hammerlock, passes, andmore. East Coast Swing is great withswing, big band, jazz, jump blues, 50smusic, and more. Participants mustwear clean, dry, smooth leather soles.Cindy Gardner TC Swing2100-1 6 Sessions Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Sept 21-Oct 26$49 FH South Gym2100-2 6 Sessions Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Nov 9-Dec 21$49 FH South GymNo class Dec 7Line Dance - Level 1Line dancing is an easy-to-learn and funway to kick up your feet. Learn the basicsof line dance in this introductory course.Styles of music will include country,pop, rock, rhythm and blues, and jazz.Classes will meet for one hour followedby a one and a half hour dance session,which is free to class participants.Jodi Wittman2102-1 4 Sessions Tue7:00PM-8:15PM Sept 29-Oct 20$49 FV Solarium2102-2 4 Sessions Tue7:00PM-8:15PM Nov 17-Dec 8$49 FV Solarium“TWO-Left Feet” SocialDance WorkshopConvinced that you have two-left feetand that dancing is not meant for you?Or, does that describe someone youknow? But still, it would be helpful toknow a few steps right, just in case?Learn fun moves and simple tips from apro to ease you into dancing. A little bit ofSwing, a touch of Foxtrot, a smatteringof Waltz, a tweak of Rumba, and ajazzed up “high school prom Swing &Sway” are all it takes to get you on thedance floor! Couples Only Please!Monica Mohn2120 1 Session Tue7:00PM-9:00PM Jan 12$35/couple EDW MultipurposeLindy HopDance like the coolest cats with theoriginal form of Swing! Begin by learningand drilling the basic figures, footwork,and styling with swing-outs, circles, andjockeys. Then, add the fundamentalturns and learn how to go back and forthbetween six-and eight-count figures.You’ll focus on techniques for a solid leadand follow understanding. Prior partnereddance experience is highly recommended.Must wear clean, dry, smooth leather soles.Cindy Gardner TC Swing2101-1 6 Sessions Mon8:00PM-9:30PM Sept 21-Oct 26$49 FH South Gym2101-2 6 Sessions Mon8:00PM-9:30PM Nov 9-Dec 21$49 FH South GymNo class Dec 7Just Once Guitarfor Busy PeopleHave you ever wanted to learn the guitarbut find it difficult to find the time? In justa few hours you can learn enough aboutplaying the guitar to give you years ofmusical enjoyment, and you won’t haveto take private lessons to do it. This crashcourse will teach you some basic chordsand get you playing along to your favoritemusic right away. You must bring anacoustic guitar.Eric Carranza2216 1 Session Mon7:00PM-9:30PM Oct 5$55 FV 102Just Once Pianofor Busy PeopleYou don t need years of weekly lessonsto learn to play piano. In just a few hours,you can learn enough secrets of the trade togive you years of musical enjoyment.While most piano teachers teach notereading, we will teach you chords. In justone session, you will learn all the chordsyou ll need to play any song. You’llreceive a workbook and practice cassette.Kris Simonson2200 1 Session Mon6:30PM-9:30PM Oct 12$55 FV 120ON THE DANCE FLOORJoin us for social dances.Call 651.604.3520 for a scheduleof the featured bands.4000-11 Monthly 2nd & 4th Monday1:30PM-4:00PM FV Solarium$5.00 Pay at SessionRoseville Area Schools Community Education


Dance & MusicHOT TOPIC!Music Business - PerformingLive & SongwritingHave you been spending your time writingsongs at home? Have you ever wondered ifyou are ready to perform? Join us in a fun andrelaxed environment where you’ll get supportand critiques for your songwriting and liveperformance. Learn from a musician who hasmade his entire living with his own original music.Paul Christian2138 1 Session Mon6:00PM-9:00PM Nov 2$45 FV 120The ABC’s of the Music BusinessGet an inside look at the music business from a Nashvillemusician who has made his living as a musician for almost 10years. Hear how he got his start in the business and went frommaking $50 per show to $900 as a national solo artist.We will cover building a money-making résumé, booking shows,getting press, using social media, touring, and much more.You will also get crucial networking opportunities, a zip drive withmore than 100 hours of resources, and videos and tips on themusic industry. Material cost is $20, payable to the instructor.Paul Christian2137 1 Session Thu6:00PM-9:00PM Oct 1$59 FV 100ACT III: ACT TogetherVolunteer Now! Learn how YOU can makeACT on Alzheimer’sRoseville a dementia-friendly community.Let’s Make Roseville More Welcoming for People Living with Alzheimer’s & DementiaAll events are FREE and open to the public.The Gathering: Volunteer to Serve thosewith Memory LossJoin a group of volunteers who enjoy making a difference in the livesof people experiencing early- to mid-stage memory loss.The Gathering Film program, coordinated Documentariesby Lyngblomsten, offers a day ofsocial and stimulating activities for those experiencing memory losswhile giving with five hours facilitated of respite to their discussionscaregivers. Volunteersreceive comprehensive training so they are able to help plan the day’sactivities and promote Sundays, socialization 1:00-4:00PMfor participants.Lyngblomsten Campus1415 Almond Ave, St. PaulVolunteers are needed at Centennial United Methodist Church inRoseville so this program can expand to meet on a weekly basis.Currently, the program is offered the 2 nd & 4 th Tuesdays each month.Learn more: Contact Betsy Hoffman at (651) 414-5291 orbhoffman@lyngblomsten.org, or visitwww.lyngblomsten.org/thegatheringSeptember 20................................ Caregiving &Dementia AwarenessP.S. November I Understand: 1...........................................Music Peer Support for Caregivers &Dementia AwarenessP.S. I Understand is a program within Wilder’s Caregiver Services.It matches a person who is currently in the role of caregiver with atrained volunteer who is a former caregiver. The volunteer calls theNovember 15............................................Arts ¤t caregiver once or twice a month to provide emotional support.Dementia AwarenessWith training provided by Wilder, volunteers provide an invaluableservice to caregivers by breaking a caregiver’s isolation and being anempathetic listener.Learn more: (651) 280-CARE (2273) or caregiver@wilder.org,or visit www.wilder.org/caregivingExpert Speakers SeriesACT on Alzheimer’sDementia & Effective CaregivingLet’s Thursdays, make Roseville more 1:00-2:30PMwelcoming for peopleliving with Alzheimer’s and DementiaRoseville City HallRoseville Families & Friends: Let’s Take Action2660 Civic ACT Center I: Get Together Drive, RosevilleKick-Off Event | Thursday, April 23 from 1–3 PMCity Council Chambers, 2660 Civic Center Drive, RosevilleOctober 8................ Understanding Dementia &Alzheimer’s DiseaseACT II: Learn TogetherOctober 15........................Testing April & May 2015 for Dementia:Join us for a series ofDiagnosisfree presentationsto Treatmentby local experts. Details inside.October 22................. Caregiver Stress/BurnoutACT III: ACT TogetherOctober Volunteer 29.................Practical Now! Learn how YOU can make Tips Roseville for Avoiding adementia-friendly community. See back Power cover for Strugglesdetails.Roseville ACT is sponsored by the Roseville Alzheimer’s and DementiaVisit www.cityofroseville.com/dementiainfo Community Action for Team—a full consortium event of community information.volunteers, serviceproviders and government entities committed to making Roseville a moreQuestions? Call Janell Wampler dementia-friendly at community. 651.604.3520Arthur’s Residential Care, Inc. serves as thefiscal agent for the Roseville ACT on Alzheimer’s project.www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 11


FitnessSilverSneakers® &Silver&Fit®Class ScheduleSilverSneakers 8:30AM-9:15AM M, W, F $8 Drop-in feeYogaStretch 9:00AM-9:45AM T, TH $8 Drop-in feeStrength Training 9:30AM-10:20AM M, W, F $8 Drop-in feeStrength & Stretch 10:30AM-11:30AM M, W, F $8 Drop-in feeSilverSneakers® and Silver&Fit®SilverSneakers and Silver&Fit are benefits offered by various insurance companiesto allow older adults to take greater control of their health. Both SilverSneakersand Silver&Fit offer you the chance to increase your physical activity, takesteps toward a healthier lifestyle, and participate in social opportunities.SilverSneakers and Silver&Fit members can attend any fitness classes on thispage sponsored by Roseville Area Schools Community Education for free.To see if you qualify for SilverSneakers or Silver&Fit, contact yourinsurance provider. Then, make sure to sign up for SilverSneakersor Silver&Fit at the Fairview Registration Office.SilverSneakersOpen the door to better health, greaterindependence, and a more fulfilling life.This equipment-based, multi-level, total bodyconditioning class uses hand-held weights,elastic tubing with handles, a playball and achair for standing and/or seated support.Exercises will include working all major andminor muscle groups addressing strength,flexibility, muscular endurance, balance,coordination, agility, speed and power. This isa class for everyone. All equipment provided.Margaret Cummings7011-1 26 Sessions Mon, Wed, Fri8:30AM-9:15AM Sept 14-Nov 13$169 FV GymNo class Oct 167011-2 26 Sessions Mon, Wed, Fri8:30AM-9:15AM Nov 16-Jan 22$169 FV GymNo class Nov 27, Dec 25, Jan 1, & 18YogaStretch - GentleCore StrengtheningOur gentlest class, YogaStretch, willmove your whole body through acomplete series of seated and standingyoga poses. Chair support is offeredto safely perform a variety of posturesdesigned to increase flexibility, balance,and range of movement. Restorativebreathing exercises and a final relaxationwill promote stress reduction and mentalclarity. Keep your shoes on! No floorwork! Rejuvenate in our yoga studio!Margaret Cummings7020-1 16 Sessions Tue, Thu9:00AM-9:45AM Sept 15-Nov 12$105 FV GymNo class Oct 15, & Nov 37020-2 17 Sessions Tue, Thu9:00AM-9:45AM Nov 17-Jan 21$109 FV GymNo class Nov 26, Dec 24, & 31Strength TrainingDo you want a healthy, strong, lean,toned body? This is the class foryou. Exercises are designed to hitall major muscle groups to improvemuscular strength and endurance.Multiple modifications demonstrated toaccommodate all levels and abilities.Hand weights from 1 to 20 lbs areprovided. Please bring a floor mat.Margaret Cummings7022-1 26 Sessions Mon, Wed, Fri9:30AM-10:20AM Sept 14-Nov 13$169 FV GymNo class Oct 167022-2 26 Sessions Mon, Wed, Fri9:30AM-10:20AM Nov 16-Jan 22$169 FV GymNo class Nov 27, Dec 25, Jan 1, & 18Strength and StretchThis is a floor work class based on deepbreathing, building & maintaining corestrength, flexibility and alignment. You’llleave stronger, stretchier and lighter inbody & mind. Please bring a yoga mat.Margaret Cummings7023-1 26 Sessions Mon, Wed, Fri10:30AM-11:30AM Sept 14-Nov 13$169 FV Gym 53No class Oct 167023-2 26 Sessions Mon, Wed, Fri10:30AM-11:30AM Nov 16-Jan 22$169 FV Gym 53No class Nov 27, Dec 25, Jan 1, & Jan 18Lap SwimAug 31-Dec 30Mon, Wed, FriMon-FriTue & Thur6:30AM-8:30AM11:30AM-1:00PM8:00PM-9:00PMOpen SwimAug 31-Dec 30Mon-Fri 10:15AM-11:15AMThursday 7:00PM-8:00PMFeesUnder 18 $3.50/session $15.50/5Over 18 $4.00/session $17.00/5Over 60 $3.50/session $15.50/5No swim evenings of: Sep 1, 8, Oct 15, Nov 3, Dec 22, 29No swimming: Sept 5, 7, 12, 19, Oct 17, Nov 26-28, Dec 12, 19, 24-26SilverSneakers and Silver&Fit members are able to participate in Lap or Open Swim at no cost. Please present your program card to thelifeguard on deck when participating. See page 28 for more swim information.12Roseville Area Schools Community Education


FitnessCardioKickJoin us for this fun and energetic classthat is set to upbeat music. CardioKickincorporates punches, kicks, toningexercises, and ab conditioning in atotal body workout. It will improve yourendurance and cardiovascular fitness,and tone muscles. We don’t use bagsor gloves, just a killer workout. Lightdumbbells will be used to enhance ourupper body workout. All fitness levelswelcome, and hand weights are provided.Please bring a mat and water bottle.Victoria Seim7051 12 Sessions Wed8:30AM-9:20AM Sept 16-Dec 9$75.00 FV Dance StudioNo class Nov 25Cardio/Strength IntervalsAre you looking for a workout routine thatwill blast calories and build lean muscle?This class is for you! We’ll combine strengthtraining with cardio exercises in shortbursts of exercise with rest periods inbetween. All fitness levels are welcome.Hand weights from 1-20 lbs provided.Please bring a mat and water bottle.Victoria Seim7049 11 Sessions Fri8:30AM-9:00AM Sept 18-Dec 11$59 FV Gym 53No class Oct 16, & Nov 27Core ConditioningCore conditioning will tone and conditionthe abs, strengthen the lower back, andhelp your body move properly. This classwill engage the abdominals in front andalong the sides of the body as well as themuscles around your shoulders, pelvis,and spinal column. All fitness levels arewelcome. Hand weights are provided,but please bring a mat and water bottle.Victoria Seim7050 11 Sessions Fri9:00AM-9:30AM Sept 18-Dec 11$59 FV Gym 53No class Oct 16, & Nov 27INDOOR WALKING AT FVA walking course is available on themain floor: 4 1/2 times equals one mile.The stopping points are the doubledoors on west side and the print shopon the south side. Keep your valuableswith you or do not bring them. Thereis no charge and this is a self directedactivity. Contact Roseville Area SeniorProgram with questions at 651.604.3520.1:30PM-4:00PM Mon-ThuFREECall 651.604.3770for info on privateswim lessonsJazzerciseJazzercise is for everyone, whatever yourfigure or age. We feature lively danceroutines that are always new andexciting. Turn the corner on fat loss,fitness and better self-esteem. Pleaseregister at class with Instructor.Kelly LewisMonday-ThursdaySaturday6:00PM-7:00PM9:00AM-10:00AMFV Gym7000-1 Oct 5-Dec 5Drop-in $51x (9 classes) $342x (18 classes) $633x (27 classes) $88Unlimited $98No class Oct 15, 17, Nov 3, & Nov 267000-2 Dec 7-Feb 6Drop-in $51x (9 classes) $342x (18 classes) $633x (27 classes) $88Unlimited $98No class Dec 24, 26, 31, Jan 2, & Jan 18Jazzercise Strength60Fire up the muscles—all of them—while you have fun dancing! In just 60minutes, you will complete a full-body,muscle-sculpting strength workout.Kelly Lewis7012 8 Sessions Fri5:45PM-6:45PM Oct 9-Dec 11$34 FV GymNo class Oct 16, & Nov 27Thursdays, Sept 17-Nov 59:00AM–11:00AMCentennial United Methodist Church1524 County Rd C-2, Roseville$25 for 8-weeksMany people older over adults the age of are 50 experience concerned concerns about falling and and restrictrestrict their activities. A Matter of Balance is an evidence-basedtheir approach activities. to effectively This manage series falls and is increase designed physical to activity decrease risk of falls Register online:and levels increase older adults. physical activity. You will learn to view falls as www.isd623.org/CommunityEdcontrollable During this 8-session and preventable, class, participants set goals will learn for to: increasing physicalMail or In Person:activity, • View falls change (and fear of your falling) environment as controllable & preventable to reduce risk, and exerciseRoseville Area Senior Programto • increase Set personal & strength realistic goals and for increasing balance. physical If you activity have fallen or want to• Change their environment to reduce fall risk factors1910 County Rd B Westimprove your balance and strength, this pro gram is for you.• Exercise safely to increase strength & balanceRoseville, MN 55113Cash or checks accepted. Make checks payable to Roseville AreaIf you are interested in improving your balance, flexibility, and strengthSenior are concerned Program about and falls include or have fallen your in the name, past, then address, this programis for you. Register Prevention by is Sept the best 10. treatment Offered for in falls. partnership Learn how to with Metropolitan 651.604.3528and phone Questions?number.maintain your independence.Area Agency on Aging and cosponsored by Lyngblomsten. jaymee.chanen@isd623.orgThe class will consist of 8 weekly sessions. Sessions are 2 hours with exercisesbeing done for approximately 1 hour beginning the third week.www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 13


FitnessEvening Yoga classesYoga helps increase your strength, flexibilityand ability to focus and relax. Classincludes breathing exercises, posturesand a final relaxation. Wear comfortableclothes, bring a blanket or mat to class andprepare to work barefoot. Level 2 is forparticipants who have been involvedin Yoga for at least nine months.Virginia Sattler-ReimerLevel 17001-M 14 Sessions Mon7:00PM-8:00PM Sept 28-Jan 4$105 FV Solarium7001-W 15 Sessions Wed7:00PM-8:00PM Sept 30-Jan 6$109 FV Solarium7001 Sign up for both nights for $205No class Dec 7Level 27002-M 14 Sessions Mon6:00PM-7:00PM Sept 28-Jan 4$105 FV Solarium7002-W 15 Sessions Wed6:00PM-7:00PM Sept 30-Jan 6$109 FV Solarium7002 Sign up for both nights for $205No Class Dec 7Mixed Levels7004-M 14 Sessions Mon4:45PM-5:45PM Sept 28-Jan 4$105 FV Solarium7004-S 15 Sessions Sat10:30AM-11:30AM Sept 26-Jan 9$109 FV SolariumNo class Dec 7, & 26Fitness YogaFitness yoga strengthens and tones theentire body, enhances balance, calms themind, improves flexibility, and builds corestrength. Open to all fitness levels. Pleasebring a yoga mat and water bottle.Susan Perry7036-1 19 Sessions Tue, Thu8:30AM-9:30AM Sept 15-Nov 24$189 FV Gym 53No Class Oct 15, & Nov 37036-2 20 Sessions Tue, Thu8:30AM-9:30AM Dec 1-Feb 11$199 FV Gym 53No class Dec 24, & 31Yoga WorkshopYoga helps increase focus, strength, flexibility,and relaxation. Class includes breathingexercises, postures and a final relaxation.Wear comfortable clothes, bring a blanketor mat to class and prepare to work barefoot.Participants also need to attend a Level2 session. Please call 651.604.3770if you have any questions.Virginia Sattler-Reimer7003 15 Sessions Wed5:30PM-6:00PM Sept 30-Jan 6$65 FV SolariumT’ai Chi Chih - Level 1Achieve a healthier mind, body, and spiritthrough an inner discipline that focuseson balance and circulation. T’ai Chi Chihis a slow-moving meditation that is fun andeasy to learn. Benefits include reduced stress,strengthened immune system, weight andblood pressure control, improved focus, andflexibility. Gentle movements can be doneby anyone regardless of age or physicalcapabilities. Wear comfortable clothing.Deb Bertelsen7005 8 Sessions Wed6:00PM-7:15PM Sept 16-Nov 11$65 FV 120No class Sept 23Zumba Fitness is a global lifestyle brandthat fuses fitness, entertainment andculture into an exhilarating dance-fitnesssensation! Zumba exercise classes are“fitness-parties” that blend upbeat worldrhythms with easy-to-follow choreographyand fitness toning moves for a total-bodyworkout that feels like a celebration. Allages and levels are welcome in thisenergetic, fast-paced class. Modificationscan be made to suit all fitness needs.So, what are you waiting for? Join theparty! Drop-in rate is $10 per class.Jan Campbell7112-T1 9 Sessions Tue5:45PM-6:45PM Sept 29-Dec 15$89 FV Solarium7112-TH1 9 SessionsThu5:45PM-6:45PM Oct 1-Dec 17$89 FV Solarium7112-C1 Sign up for both nights for $169No class Oct 27, 29, Nov 3, 5, 10, & 26T’ai Chi Chih - Level 2You will build on the skills learned inthe T’ai Chi Chih Level 1 class. Youwill practice circulating and balancingthe chi energy as well as fine-tuningthe nineteen movements and one poseof the T’ai Chi Chih form. Join us andimprove your balance and health.Robert Kippley7008 8 Sessions Wed6:00PM-7:00PM Sept 30-Nov 18$59 FV 114Community Education Programsfor Adults with Developmental DisabilitiesTo provide inclusive opportunities for adults with disabilities to build and maintainfriendships, learn, serve and become active members of the community.• Volunteer Opportunities • Special Presentations • Twin Cities Tours• Arts & Crafts • Cooking Classes • Outdoor Activities • Musicals• Organized Games • Dances • And So Much More!To be put on the quarterly class brochure mailing list or for more informationcall 651.748.7434 or visit www.isd622.org/communitybridge14Roseville Area Schools Community Education


HOMEHOT TOPIC!Millennial Homeowner BootCampAre you thinking about buying a home within the next three years? Join thisfirst-time homebuyer’s class for a comprehensive look into the home purchasingprocess. Students will learn the mortgage process, how a realtor can makea difference in bargaining power, how to properly protect their real estateinvestment without overpaying for insurance, and finally how to close the deal.No matter how ready you think you are—or arenot—to purchase your first home, this class will helpyou buy your first home in just three months.Scott Haubrich, Benjamin Moss,Jonadab Munoz, & Matthew Zdroik1350 4 Session Wed5:30PM-7:00PMSept 2, Oct 7, Nov 4, & Dec 2$19 FV 100Preparing and StagingYour Home for ResaleIf you are considering selling your homein the next one to five years, you’ll wantto make sure you’ve got all your ducksin a row first. This class will answerquestions about what’s really happeningin the real estate market right now, howto prepare your house so you can get thebest price, what improvements are thebest return on investment, and what toexpect when working with a real estateagent. Bring your questions and we willhelp you make a plan.Joy Erickson4102 1 Session Wed6:00PM-7:30PM Oct 21$15 FV 124Selling Your HomePlanning to move? What you do todaycan make a big difference when it comesto selling your home. This class will helpexplain what buyers are looking for, what‘Home Staging’ is and why it’s important,and what home improvements you couldmake to get top dollar for your home.We will also discuss what is happeningcurrently in the real estate market. Youwill receive materials to take homeso you can start making your plan.Julie Overbye Ledy1313 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Sept 21$9 FV 102Basic Home Repair -ElectricalAn electrician can cost you hundreds ofdollars for simple repairs. Learn to makethe repairs yourself by attending thishands-on class. You will learn to replacesingle pole and 3-way switches, walloutlets, and light fixtures. You will testelectrical circuits and learn to rewire alamp. If you have them please bring: wirestripper, long-nose pliers, straight slot andPhillips screwdrivers. Supply fee of $5for Step by Step home wiring guidebookwill be collected by the instructor.Tod Novinska4130 1 Session Sat9:00AM-11:30AM Dec 12$39 FV 108Basic Home Repair -PlumbingDo you have a leaky faucet but do not wantto pay to have the entire fixture replaced?You may not have to! Learn to repairminor plumbing problems or replacefixtures and save precious money in theprocess. We will take apart different typesof faucets, replace a pop-up drain assembly,as well as discuss the internal workingparts of a toilet. You will be able to cut andglue plastic pipe and solder copper pipeand fittings. $5 fee paid to instructor forStep by Step Home Plumbing Guidebook.Tod Novinska4131 1 Session Sat12:30PM-3:00PM Dec 12$39 FV 108Time to Downsize? - Makea Daunting Task DoableAre you facing the task of sortingthrough your life’s accumulation of stuff?Join us and learn how to manage thischallenging process effectively. Hearstrategies for decluttering and ideasand resources for distributing yourpossessions, whether to family, friends,resale or more. Leave with everything youneed to get started, including a plan ofaction to guide your efforts. Cast theweight off your shoulders and leaveknowing that your next steps are doable!Louise Kurzeka1510 1 Sessions Thu6:30PM-9:00PM Oct 8$29 FV 108Home Remodeling forChanging LifestylesDesigning your home for lifestylechanges and physical needs that canarise as you age can be exciting andbeneficial, increasing the beauty andvalue of your house. In this class,Dorothy Probst, architect and ownerof nGc Associates, and Brian Culver,retired residential general contractorand consulting project manager, willteach you about “Adaptable Design”and ways to adapt your home to suityour needs while enhancing yourhome’s environment and style.Brian Culver & Dorothy Probst3004 1 Session Tue6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 6$29 FV 108Declutter & Organize inan ADHD WorldWhen it comes to day to day life, one ofthe biggest challenges for the adult withADHD is managing their possessions.Distractibility can lead to a trail ofclutter and create problems with stepsleft undone. This session will focus onfacing the challenge of clutter whiledealing with ADHD and provide practicalsteps for decluttering and organizing.Louise Kurzeka1348 1 Session Mon6:30PM-9:00PM Nov 2$29 FV 108www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 15


Language ArtsContinuation of Spanish 7We will be studying past tenses andreviewing previous material. Instructorapproval required; please contactteamworkalicia@aol.com to receive approval.Alicia Cappi1253 8 Sessions Wed7:00PM-9:00PM Oct 7-Jan 13$79 FV 116ANo class Nov 25-Jan 6Advanced SpanishJoin us for Spanish conversation foradvanced students who know subjunctiveverbs. Instructor approval is required,contact teamworkalicia@aol.comfor approval.Alicia Cappi1259 8 Sessions Tue7:00PM-9:00PM Sept 29-Jan 12$79 FV 116ANo class Nov 24-Jan 5Spanish for TravelersJoin us for this brief introductioninto the Spanish language andculture. This course is designed forpeople who travel, where Spanish isspoken and people who would like tocommunicate easier in Spanish.Alicia Cappi1258 6 Sessions Thu7:00PM-9:00PM Sept 17-Nov 12$59 FV 116ANo class Oct 15-29American Sign Language 1We will learn basic conversational skills inAmerican Sign Language along with exploringdeaf culture. By the end of the class youshould feel comfortable having a basicconversation with the deaf and hard of hearing.Denise Lau1200 6 Sessions Wed7:00PM-8:00PM Sept 30-Nov 4$45 FV 102American Sign Language 2Continue building your conversationskills. We will review a bit of ASL 1 beforemoving to more in depth conversations.Denise Lau1200-2 6 Sessions Wed7:00PM-8:00PM Nov 11-Dec 16$45 FV 102Great Works in ProgressWhether your manuscript is in progress,in a drawer, or just in your head,this is the class for you. Share yourwriting and learn to critique others ina supportive environment. Also, gettips on holding the reader’s interestand maintaining your own motivation.Gail D. Olson1207 5 Sessions Wed7:00PM-8:30PM Oct 21-Nov 18$49 FV 100Write Your Memoirs!Getting your life story down on paper canseem overwhelming. Learn how and where tostart your memoir, what to include and howto choose details that make your storyunique and interesting. No writing experiencenecessary, everyone is welcome.Gail D. Olson1202 5 Sessions Tue1:30PM-3:00PM Sept 15-Oct 13$49 FV 102SpeechcraftExperienced speakers will teach you howto develop personal, business, and publicspeaking skills. You will present shortspeeches with specific objectives. The Kingof Toastmasters is dedicated to improvingthe communication and leadershippotential of all students in a friendly,supportive manner. All meetings arerecorded, and each student receives aDVD of their speeches in the class.Duane Rivard4000 8 Sessions Tue6:30PM-7:30PM Sept 29-Nov 24$19 Roseville City HallNo class Nov 3Improv: “Whose Line Is It?”Come laugh until your sides hurt inthis fun and unique class that teachescomedy and acting without a script. Learnto deliver on-the-spot sketches using avariety of improv techniques.Homeward Bound Theatre Co1526 3 Sessions Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Nov 9-23$69 FV 116AAdult Education Speaker’s BureauFeaturing a Variety of Topics!Professional facilitators bring current, high quality, educational workshops to your community group, church, or residentialfacility. Let us boost your existing educational programming, enrich your annual retreat and engage your members.Fees vary based on presentation.We are featuring a book discussion about caring and conversing with our aging loved ones, “Mom and Dad Can We Talk” byDick Edwards, Honoring Choices Minnesota - Advance Care Planning Conversations, Humor & Aging, and Elder Fraud.Or let us tailor a presentation just for your group!Fees vary. For more information contactJanell B. Wampler, Roseville Area Senior Program Coordinatorjanell.wampler@isd623.org or 651.604.352016Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Career & FinanceInvestment Rules of the RoadMake the right decisions when it comes toyour money and how you spend it. Learnthe 10 principles for sound investing andhow to identify and avoid the most commoninvestment mistakes.John Degelmann4084 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 26$9 FV 108Keep the Cabin In the FamilyDividing an estate can lead to bitter battlesbetween siblings and impact relationshipsforever. Learn how to keep your cabin,farm, or business in the family withoutcreating a family conflict. We will discussways to ensure your children receive equalinheritance, the impact of taxes, and how toposition your assets for the next generation.Kevin Cunniff4072 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 15$9 FV 116ALegal Aspects ofStarting a BusinessWe will discuss various resources thatare available to you as you start yourown business. We will cover topicsincluding, personal liability, properorganization, and the documents neededto incorporate or organize your business.Thomas Howard4053 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 8$19 FV 105Insurance 101Insurance is not a fun topic, but it is a veryimportant part of your financial strategy asit helps you build and preserve wealth. Lifeinsurance is essential to your family forsituations that would otherwise leave themfinancially devastated. In this class, you willlearn about different types of insuranceand how to calculate your family’s needs.Juliana Okoro4090-1 1 Session Wed6:00PM-8:30PM Sept 16$15 FV 1034090-2 1 Session Wed6:00PM-8:30PM Oct 21$15 FV 1034090-3 1 Session Wed6:00PM-8:30PM Jan 13$15 FV 103a Confident RetirementAre you feeling confident about retirement?With the markets and economy changingall the time, you may feel less thanconfident about reaching your retirementgoals. This seminar will offer tips andstrategies that can help you plan tobring your retirement goals within reach,prioritize your retirement saving andspending plans to address what is mostimportant to you; identify risks that couldthrow your retirement off track. Join us soyou can feel confident about retirement.Mark Josephs4043 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Sept 10$9 FV 102College: There From HereDo you have a college savings plan?Find out what you should consider whenestablishing a college savings plan, andlearn how to reach your goals. College ispossible with a little financial planning.John Degelmann4082 1 Session Mon6:30 PM 8:00 PM Oct 12$9 FV 108How an Estate Plan PutsYou In ControlAfter you are gone, who will care for thepeople and things that you love? Planfor the future by learning ways to leavea lasting, meaningful legacy and how tomanage the burden of estate taxes.Mark Josephs4045 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Sept 28$9 FV 100Write Your Own WillMake sure your wishes are honoredwhen you are gone. Learn aboutestates and prepare your own legalwill. We will provide instructions, aprofessionally prepared form, witnesses,and a notary public. Participants shouldhave an estate of less than $600,000and should not own a business.Spouses must register separately.Steven Helseth4200-1 1 Session Tue6:00PM-9:00PM Nov 10$55 FV 203CHow Money WorksBuild your wealth using a dependablefinancial formula instead of faulty get-richquickschemes. During this class, youwill learn the wealth formula that will helpyou build a solid financial foundation.Juliana Okoro4089-1 1 Session Mon3:00 PM-5:30PM Sept 21$15 FV 1034089-2 1 Session Mon2:00PM-4:30PM Nov 16$15 FV 1034089-3 1 Session Mon3:00 PM-5:30PM Jan 11$15 FV 103How to Pay for CollegeWithout Going BrokeCollege is one of the largest investmentsyour family will make, and the averagefamily debt is approaching $50,000. Butcollege can be affordable. Understandthe poor academic and financialdecisions that cost thousands of dollars.We will cover common mistakes familiesmake in selecting a college, how toprevent them, myths about financialaid, how FAFSA works, and how tosignificantly reduce your costs. A must forparents of college-bound students.Jay Benanav4001 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Sept 28$5 FV 102How Wills and Trusts Canand Cannot Help YouWhat is estate planning and why isit crucial? This class explores thepurposes for estate planning, basicplans for married couples and singleindividuals, and reviews wills and trustsin detail. We will also review powersof attorney, guardianships, health caredirectives, and the probate process.Amanda Hespen4070 1 Session Tue6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 27$19 FV 102www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 17


Career & FinanceRetirement Plans & TaxesWill your income be sufficient in retirement?Learn why distribution tax planning fromIRA’s is critical, and how the stretch IRA works.Mike Lynch is a Registered Representativethrough Cetera Advisor Networks, LLC,member FINRA/SIPCA. Please note thatneither Cetera Advisor Networks, LLC norany of its agents or representatives givelegal or tax advice. For complete details,consult with your tax advisor or attorney.Mike Lynch4214 1 Session Wed6:00PM-8:00PM Oct 21$15 FV 105Ready or Not? Preparingfor the UnexpectedDo you have a financial plan for theunexpected? Learn tips on how to developa financial strategy to protect who andwhat you love in the face of any scenario.John Degelmann4080-1 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Sept 28$9 FV 1084080-2 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Jan 4$9 FV 108RÉsumÉ & Interview SkillsMake sure that your first impressions are ahome run when seeking a promotion or newjob! We will go over how a strong resumecan really set you apart and best representsyour talents, skills and experience. We’llalso discuss tips for leaving a lastingimpression, including how to structureyour responses. You’ll also have a chanceto practice all of the key tips and strategiesduring a mock interview. Feel free to bringyour current resume to receive feedback.Lisa Alioto4056 2 Sessions Mon6:00PM-7:30PM Oct 5, & 12$25 FV 100Manage Retirement IncomeAccording to recent research, a retirementfund won’t last as long as it may have in thepast. Learn how to build a reasonable andsustainable strategy for managing yourincome and expenses during retirement.John Degelmann4083 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 19$9 FV 108Retirement by DesignDiscover how you can translate your visionfor retirement into tangible goals. Learninvestment strategies to help design theretirement you want. We will also discussflexibility and how to handle the unexpected.John Degelmann4081-1 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 5$9 FV 1084081-2 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Jan 11$9 FV 108Women’s PowerfulFinancial StrategiesGain control over your financial situationby making informed decisions about yourmoney. Join us and learn how to protectthe people and things you love the mostthrough powerful financial strategies.Mark Josephs4044 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Sept 24$9 FV 100The Business of Blogging:Real Stories of Bloggersturned EntrepreneursHear from local-turned-national bloggers whoturned blogging into a career. Learn how theydid it, what they learned, and what’s next inblogging. Hear from Amanda Rettke ofiambaker.net, Ali Kaplan of alishops.com,Wendy Brown of brownink.com, ElizabethHeinecke of kitchenpantryscientist.com,Elizabeth Dehn of beautybets.com, withmoderator Rebecca Bell Sorensen. After thepanel there will be a pop-up market and booksigning with “Surprise Inside” cake for all!For full description see page 24.Rebecca Bell Sorensen4048 1 Session Tue7:00-8:30PM Oct 6$10 RAHS AuditoriumJump Start Your BusinessThrough Networkingand Social Media SeriesMore information on page 25.Molly Montgomery4076 3 Sessions Thu6:00-8:00PM Oct 15-29$45 FV 108Investment Forum 1Beginners to advanced investors arewelcome to learn about the stock market,local companies, new technologies, medicaland legal issues and current economicissues. This group is information only.Each participant is responsible for theirown investment decisions. Call651.604.3520 for more information.WeeklyFri9:30AM-11:30AM FV 108$1.50 Pay in classInvestment Forum 2Participate in an informal discussionregarding management of your money.Call 651.604.3520 for more information.Monthly 2nd & 4th Monday1:30PM-3:30PM FV 108$1.50 Pay in classYour Healthcaredirective - Living WillJudith Beardsley retired R.N., HonoringChoices Minnesota ambassador anda Certified Advance Care Planningfacilitator will teach you what is importantwhen completing a health care directive,when to update your directive document,and what resources to assist you andwhere to find them. Participants willreceive current forms and can registerfor a follow-up session with a certifiedAdvance Care Planning facilitator.Judith Beardsley3004 -3 1 Session Wed1:30PM-3:30PM Sept 30$10 FV 108A Successful BusinessNeeds A SuccessfulBusiness PlanCreating a business plan will put youon the path to success. Learn howto write a professional and effectivebusiness plan, according to theSmall Business Association (SBA). Abusiness plan is a road map of yourbusiness’s goals, and finances. If youever want to apply for a loan, you willbe required to have a well-written,convincing, and thorough businessplan. We will cover your missionstatement, market analysis, products,marketing plans and much more.Molly Montgomery4050 5 Sessions Tue6:00PM-8:00PM Nov 24-Dec 22$59 FV 10218Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Mind & BodyHypnosis Stop Smoking/Chewing TobaccoQuit smoking through hypnosis. Stop thecravings and obsessions and get motivated.All behavior changes must occur at anunconscious level to last. With hypnosisyou can make that change. You will berelaxed and in control at all times. Feeincludes CD and lifetime membershipcard for free reinforcement. Bring a pillowand blanket to class. For more info, visitwww.hypnosisclinic.net. No discounts.Mary Fischer7500-S 1 Session Mon6:00PM-9:00PM Sept 21$59 FV 116AHypnosis Weight Loss/Healthy EatingLose weight through hypnosis. Stop thecravings and obsessions and get motivated.All behavior changes must occur at anunconscious level to last. With hypnosisyou can make that change. You will berelaxed and in control at all times. Feeincludes CD and lifetime membershipcard for free reinforcement. Bring a pillowand blanket to class. For more info, visitwww.hypnosisclinic.net. No discounts.Mary Fischer7500-W 1 Session Mon6:00PM-9:00PM Sept 21$59 FV 116AHOT TOPIC!What To Wear & How To Wear ItLooking to step up your style, but unsure of how to start?Carly Gatzlaff, founder of Twin Cities styling companyÀ La Mode Wardrobe Consulting, will share with youher tried and true styling tips that she uses with femaleclients every day. Regardless of your personal style, shape,or size, this class will leave you with ideas for how to up yourfashion game and feel great about your clothing choices.Carly Gatzlaff7510-2 1 Session Mon1:30PM-3:30PM Oct 5$45 FV 1007510-1 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:30PM Oct 22$45 FV 100Finding Your Spirit GuideWho exactly are we communicating with inthe universe? What are Spirit Guides, Angels,Animal Guides, and other ethereal beings?We look at a variety of beings and what theirrole is in working with us. We’ll also do aguided meditation in class to meet one of yourspirit guides. Keep an open mind, you maybe surprised by who shows up.Heidi Steffens7518 1 Session Tue7:00PM-9:00PM Sept 29$25 FV 102Nutrition Crash CourseLearn about key nutrition topics that will helpimprove overall health, including metabolism,fat, energy, cravings, balancing bloodsugars, artificial sweeteners, vitamins,easy-to-prepare meals and snacks, and more.For those who want to lose weight, increasetheir energy, reduce their cholesterol, and eathealthier, this class provides nutritional truththat will improve your life and eating habits.Healthy Simple Life7546 1 Session Thu6:00PM-8:30PM Jan 14$29 FV 108Ideas and Tools of CoreShamanismFor thousands of years, cultures aroundthe world included cosmologists andhealers who studied nature. Through thisuniversal lens, called Core Shamanism,we can understand our world, ourselves,and our communities in a different way.We will explore and experience the ideasand tools of Core Shamanic practice,access intuitive knowledge, experiencedrum journey meditation, and learn aboutlocal events related to Core Shamanism.Betty Roth7548 2 Sessions Wed6:00PM-7:30PM Oct 14, & 21$25 FV 118Jump Start Your MetabolismIs it harder for you to maintain a healthyweight or lose weight than it once was?Have you tried several diets, but hadtrouble keeping the weight off? Docravings sabotage your good intentions?Learn how eating real foods in balancecan help you lose weight, eliminatecravings, increase energy, and decreaseinflammation. Discover how to developbalanced meal plans utilizing foods youfind at your grocery store. Let thesefoods rev your metabolism and discoverthe healthy way to feel your best.Nutritional Weight and Wellness7540 1 Session Thu6:00PM-8:00PM Oct 15$29 FV 100Posture & Osteoporosis:Building Better BonesHave you noticed that your shouldersand upper back have rounded forward?This workshop is for those who want toimprove their posture and STOP thatrounding. We will do specific exercises toflatten your upper back and midsectionand straighten your shoulders. We willalso talk about how to reduce the risk ofosteoporosis and use nutrition for betterbone health. Wear loose, comfortableclothing. Bring your own resistanceband, or bring the $3 supply fee, payableto the instructor, to get a band.Janice Novak7507 1 Session Sat9:30AM-11:00AM Sept 26$35 FV 105www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 19


Mind & BodyAcupressure For Weight LossAcupressure is a Chinese healing techniquethat involves pressing or massaging keypoints on the body to stimulate energy flowthrough pathways called meridians. Learnhow to lose weight by unblocking andbalancing meridians that help strengthenthyroid function, boost metabolism, controlappetite, decrease food cravings, reducestress eating, and strengthen the entiredigestive system. There is a $3 materialfee payable to the instructor.Janice Novak7520 1 Session Wed6:00PM-7:30PM Oct 7$35 FV 108A Healthier Life TodayAre you sick of nutrition being complicated?Do you wonder what advice a dietitianwould give you if you asked them how toimprove your life? This class simplifieskey nutrition information so that you canstart living with a healthier lifestyle TODAY.You will leave with practical strategies toaddress your weight, mood, risk ofdisease, and energy level.Healthy Simple Life7545 1 Session Tue6:30PM-8:00PM Dec 8$19 FV 100HEALTH INSURANCECOUNSELINGThe Metro Area Agency on Aging will beavailable to help you understand andtrack medical bills, forms, and benefits youare entitled to under Medicare, MedicalAssistance, Medicare supplement, orlong-term care policies. The volunteerinsurance counselor is not connectedwith any insurance company and does notgive legal advice. In-home healthinsurance counseling is also available toolder adults in Ramsey County who areunable to travel. Call the RASP office at651.604.3520 or email rasp@isd623.orgto schedule an appointment one weekprior to the session. For more informationcall the Senior Linkage Line at1.800.333.2433. Co-sponsored byMetro Area Agency on Aging.Metro Area Agency on AgingMonthly 4th Wednesday9:00AM-11:30AMFVFREEHOT TOPIC!Surviving the Winter with Essential OilsEssential oils have many secret talents. Unlock the benefits of essential oils andlearn more about them during this class. Learn how to use essential oils to stay healthythrough the cold and flu season and avoid over-eating during the holidays.Amy Rusert7579 1 Session Thu 6:30PM-8:00PMNov 5 $15 FV 103getting started with Essential OilsEssential oils can provide more than just a pleasant scent. They have been used toreduce anxiety and fight illness. Join us to learn more about essential oils and howto benefit from them.Amy Rusert7578 1 Session Thu 6:30PM-8:00PMOct 8 $15 FV 103Discover Your Strengths!Can you describe your natural talents?Using the Gallup StrengthsFinder, learn howyou are wired in exceptional ways that can beapplied to your work and relationships,plus how to develop your strengths in a healthyway. This model has been used for 15+ yearsby corporations, schools, and non-profitsto enhance job satisfaction while reducingconflict. Pay instructor $16 for book.Angelie Ryah7593 2 Session Mon7:00PM-9:00PM Nov 2, & 9$35 FV 100Aromatherapy: HolisticApproach to HealingDid you know that essential oils can helpalleviate stress, anxiety, depression, arthritis,asthma, and more? Explore the history,therapeutic benefits, chemistry, andsafety of essential oils. Create your ownself-care or fragrance inhaler. An $8.00supply fee will be paid to the instructor.Gloria Katzmarek7585 2 Sessions Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Sept 10, & 17$35 FV 105MARKET PLACE MORNING TALKA monthly program that provides currentand new health and wellness information.Call for topic details 651.604.3520.Preregistration by the Mondaybefore. FREE Blood PressureChecks 8:45AM-9:20AMMonthly 2nd Wednesday9:30AM-10:30AM$1 Market Place Bingo Hall2900 Rice St. Little CanadaFOOT CARE CLINICJeanne Poliachick, R.N., trims nails, will doassessments, and teach you how to carefor your feet. During the initial visit, acomprehensive health assessment willbe done. Call 651.604.3520 to schedulean appointment.Monthly 1st & 3rd Wednesday9:00AM-3:00PM FV 114Initial Visit: $32/30 minute sessionSubsequent Visit: $25/30 minute sessionNutrition for StressStress takes a tremendous toll on yourhealth. Good nutrition protects you frommany stress-related conditions, includingheart disease, pain and inflammation,depression, a compromised immune system,and memory and sleep problems.Learn how eating nutritious food witha balanced diet can help you managestress and anxiety.Nutritional Weight and Wellness7539 1 Session Wed6:30PM-8:30PM Nov 4$29 FV 10520Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Mind & BodyEasy Gluten-Free LivingIf you have a gluten intolerance or Celiac’sDisease, this course will teach youeverything you need to successfully livean easy gluten-free life. Topics includesymptoms and diagnosis, safe/taboo foods,kitchen cross-contamination issues, cookingtips, and shopping without spending afortune on gluten-free foods. You’ll learn todecipher food labels, dine out gluten-free,and get tips for eating at social, family andbusiness events. Yummy gluten-freesnacks will be served. Gain a new, positiveperspective on living gluten free! Materialfee of $3 payable to the instructor.Karla Sampson7562-1 1 Session Thu6:30PM-9:00PM Oct 29$25 FV 105Overcome YourCarbohydrate CravingsDo you crave starches, snack foods,and sweets? Do you find the more youeat, the more you want to eat? Is yoursnacking out of control? In this workshop,we will discuss a two week plan that willSTOP your cravings (no kidding!), helpyou lose weight, and help keep yourinsulin levels balanced. Overcoming carbcravings is not a matter of willpower buta matter of biology. Learn how you canstop the vicious cycle of food cravingand weight gain. No hype-just the facts.Janice Novak7519 1 Session Sat11:15AM-12:45PM Sept 26$35 FV 105HOT TOPIC!Beginning Energy HealingIn this class students will begin to learnhow to use their own energy to providehands on healing for themselves andothers. Using a variety of techniquesstudents work on each other in orderto begin mastering this skill. This classwill include sound, including drumming.This type of healing works on physical,spiritual and emotional basis.Kathy Wilken1561 6 Sessions Tue7:00PM-9:00PM Sept 29-Nov 10$79 FV 100No class Nov 3The EnneagramPersonality ModelThe Enneagram is a fascinating personalitymodel that describes core motives, strengths,and blind spots for different personality types.It captures not just what we do, but also whywe do things so we can get out of our stuckpatterns. This workshop will provide a goodbasic understanding of the Enneagram tohelp participants understand themselvesbetter, pick up some new coping strategiesto reduce stress and conflict and have fun!Angelie Ryah7594 1 Session Mon7:00PM-9:00PM Oct 26$35 FV 100What Our Dreams Tell UsLearn about the possible meanings of your dreams. Patterns, symbols, andcolors all hold information that can help you during your waking life. Have funsharing your dreams and helping others interpret theirs.Kathy Wilken7559 3 Sessions Wed7:00PM-9:00PM Sept 30-Oct 14$45 FV 100The Big “Fat” LieWhat do terms like “diet,” “fat-free,” “low-calorie,”“skinny,” and “low-fat” really mean? With allthe mixed information out there, it can beeasy to get confused. This class is all about fat:how we get it, how to get rid of it, and therole your food plays in the obesity epidemic.Everything you’ll learn is based on the mostcurrent scientific research, which can beapplied to your life and the foods you eat.Find out the big, fat truth once and for all.Healthy Simple Life7543 1 Session Tue6:30PM-8:00PM Nov 17$19 FV 100The Scoop on SugarWhich is worse: sugar or fat? Do you getcravings for sugary foods? Do you find itdifficult to focus and wish you had moreenergy to make it through the day? Do youuse artificial sweeteners? This class willaddress those questions and many moreas we look at what scientific studies aresaying about sugar, artificial sweeteners,metabolism, and cravings. Get educated,feel empowered, and take control asyou learn how to live a craving-free life.Healthy Simple Life7542 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 22$19 FV 108Introduction toMindfulness & MeditationThis class will focus on how meditationand mindfulness practices can promotethe health of the body and brain. Learnabout the research on meditation, andpractice techniques to reduce stressand balance the mind and body.Susan Flannigan7551 1 Session Tue7:00PM-8:30PM Oct 6$25 FV 102www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 21


Personal InterestsGhost Hunting 101Learn the basics of ghost hunting! You’llsee evidence from actual investigations,discover what equipment works best,learn investigation ethics and properinvestigating techniques. What does ittake to run an investigation? We’ll coverwhat you need to know from start tofinish. You’ll even have a chance to gethands-on experience with equipmentand techniques during a miniinvestigationin the second class.Heidi Steffens1505 2 Sessions Wed7:00PM-9:00PM Sept 9, & 16$39 FV 105Ghost Hunting 102You’ve learned the basics in GhostHunting 101, now let’s put your skillsto the test. The first night we willrun a full investigation and duringthe second class we will have anevidence reveal where we go overour findings from the investigation.Heidi Steffens1506 2 Sessions Thu7:00PM-9:00PM Sept 24, & Oct 1$39 RAMS 247Fly Fishing BasicsLearn the basics of fly fishing: rods,reels, flies, knots, and how to cast.The first night will be spent in theclassroom and on the second night wewill be outside learning how to cast.You can bring your own fly rod andreel if you have them, otherwise theinstructor will have some you can use.Scott Hanson1513 2 Sessions Tue7:00PM-9:00PM Sept 1, & 8$49 FV 100World Geography UpdateAre you curious about new countries,changing countries, or countriesyou have never known about? Joinus to learn about and comparecountries from around the globe.Beverly Johnsen1579 6 Sessions Mon6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 26-Nov 30$35 FV 103Constitutional LawThe U.S. Constitution affects our dailylives more often than we realize. Wewill discuss current events affected bythe Constitution and historical cases thatchanged the law in America and built thefederal laws we live by today. We willalso discuss the Bill of Rights and someof the amendments to the Constitution.Thomas Howard4066 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 29$19 FV 102Ups & Downs of JugglingLife is a juggling act. If you’re interestedin learning to juggle for recreation,entertainment, art, or sport, join us andkeep all the balls in the air, literally.Sharpen your focus, relieve stress,and try this ultimate mobile workout.Homeward Bound Theatre Co1527 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Oct 26$39 FV 120Beginning Essential OilsEssential oils can provide more than justa pleasant scent. They have been usedto reduce anxiety and fight illness. Joinus to learn more about essential oils andhow to benefit from them.Amy Rusert7578 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 8$15 FV 103Cola WarsAn Introduction to Islamand MuslimsWant to learn more about Islam andMuslims? Register for this class andyou will have a better understanding ofwhat Islam teaches and what Muslimspractice. The class will introducebasic terminology, demographics,and differences between religionand culture. You will learn about thebeliefs and practices of Muslims aswell as religious celebrations. Youwill also have the opportunity to getyour questions answered first hand.Islamic Resource Group1587-1 1 Session Thu7:00PM-8:30PM Sept 17$19 FV 1001587-2 1 Session Thu7:00PM-8:30PM Dec 10$19 FV 100Divorce InformationIn just one evening, gain a basicunderstanding of the divorce processand issues including custody, support,property and debt division, retirementaccounts and tax considerations.Under the guidance of an experiencedfamily law attorney you will learnwhat to do (and not do) beforea divorce is started.Julie Pawluk2230 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Oct 19$19 FV 102Coke & Pepsi The History & FactsWhat is the best-selling soft drink in the USA? In the Twin Cities? Why didCoca-Cola introduce New Coke in 1985? We will begin with—what else—a“pop” quiz to introduce some of the aspects and facts of the soft drinkbusiness, and you will be given a beverage for your efforts. Join us to learnthe history of Coca-Cola and Pepsi, their greatest strengths, and theirproducts in other countries. Learn all of this and more in this entertainingand interactive class.Jim Mader1544 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:30PM Nov 5$19 FV 10022Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Personal InterestsChess for BeginnersIf you are 55 or older, learn to play chessor update your skills while helping advanceresearch about Alzheimer’s prevention.This class is part of a research study byUniversity of Minnesota psychologist andveteran chess instructor, William Bart, Ph.D.and his associates on the prevention ofdementia. Class members will be assessedbefore and after the class. Fee coversfacility costs. Attendees can borrow achess set in class or bring their own.Contact William Bart, Ph.D., atbartx001@umn.edu if you have questions.William Bart, Ph.D.7013 11 Sessions Mon1:30PM-3:00PM Sept 21-Nov 30$19 FV 105BILLIARD NIGHTAre you looking for an 8-ball tournamentin a relaxing and friendly smoke-freeenvironment? Come and join thisweekly group. Pool tables have newupgrades. Use our cues or bring yourown. Limit of 10 players per night. Call651.604.3520 for more information.WeeklyWednesday6:00PM-8:00PM RASP Lounge$3.50 Pay at doorNo class Dec 30HOT TOPIC!Minnesota Byways:Photos & Stories toInspire You“Minnesota Byways” author DougOhman, will take you along withhim to his favorite locations. He willshare the best photographs andstories from around our great state.He will highlight barns, churches,courthouses, schoolhouses, cabins,and libraries of Minnesota. He willalso tell his own story of how hetransformed his passion for historyand photography into a successfulcareer while giving you inspirationto consider your own options.Doug Ohman3003 1 SessionThu6:30PM-8:00PMNov 19$15FV 108GREAT DECISIONS:FOREIGN POLICYWant to stay informed about foreignpolicy topics in our ever-changing world?This series of lectures and discussionswill cover a variety of foreign policy topicsto keep you informed and up-to-date.Sponsored by Roseville Area SeniorProgram, RosePointe Senior Community,and the Minnesota International Center.Contact Roseville Area Senior Programto register. Email rasp@isd623.orgor call 651.604.3520.Monthly Selected Wednesdays2:00PM-3:30PM Sept 16 & Oct 21FREERosePointe2555 Hamline Ave.BRIDGE CLASSThis series is for those who have neverplayed (start with 7013-Book 1) and forthose who wish to update their skills.An American Contract Bridge Leagueapproved text is available from theinstructor to accompany the course $20,payable in class. Register at RASP office,online, or by phone. Taught by a SilverLife Master and an ACBL accreditedteacher of more than 15 years. Call651.604.3520 if you have questions.Mignon Nearmyer7013- 8 Sessions TueBook 1 1:30PM-3:30PM Sept 8-Oct 27$50 FV 1057013- 8 Sessions TueBook 2 1:30PM-3:30PM Nov 3-Dec 22$50 FV 1057013- 8 Sessions TueBook 3 1:30PM-3:30PM Jan 5-Feb 23$50 FV 105Islam and Christianity:Common GroundJoin us to explore the similaritiesand differences between Islam andChristianity, including basic beliefsand practices. The class will discussopportunities and challenges in pursuingjoint Muslim/Christian projects.Islamic Resource Group1591 1 Session Thu7:00PM-8:30PM Oct 29$19 FV 10055+ DEFENSIVE DRIVINGBrush up on your driving skills with this 4hour refresher course and receive a 10%discount on your car insurance for 3 years.No driving test required. You will receivea certificate of completion to provide to yourinsurance company. Prerequisite: 8 hourdefensive driving course. Preregistrationis required at least one week prior to theclass date. Register at RASP office651.604.3520, online, or by phone.No senior discounts apply.MN Safety Council Instructor1566-1 1 Session Mon1:30PM-5:30PM Aug 31$20 FV 1081566-2 1 Session Mon1:30PM-5:30PM Sept 21$20 FV 1081566-3 1 Session Mon1:30PM-5:30PM Oct 19$20 FV 1081566-4 1 Session Mon1:30PM-5:30PM Nov 16$20 FV 1081566-5 1 Session Wed1:30PM-5:30PM Jan 20$20 FV 108Secrets of the Secret ServiceFrom Lincoln’s Pinkerton agents tothe 6,500 employees today, the SecretService has an enormous job. Protectingthe president has included close calls,tragic failures, mind-numbing attentionto detail, and even some funny moments.Recently, this elite organization’sreputation has been tarnished withscandal. Learn about what it takesto safeguard our nation’s leaders.Kathy Simmer1536 1 Session Mon1:30PM-3:30PM Sept 21$19 FV 100Ben Franklin: Scientist,Statesman, Ladies’ ManBenjamin Franklin is one of the mostinteresting characters in American history.He was wise, inventive, funny, and verycharming. Find out how this portly fellowbecame respected and beloved in theU.S. and abroad but was rejected by hisonly son.Kathy Simmer1537 1 Session Mon1:30PM-3:30PM Oct 12$19 FV 100www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 23


TechnologyBasic Computer SkillsLearn the basics of computers and earn acertificate to show employers that you knowcomputers. This program is designed forbeginning computer users who want to learnhow to navigate MAC and Windows 7operating systems, use email, do wordprocessing, and browse the Internet. At theend of the class, students have the chanceto become certified in basic computer skills.Dave Hayes4368-1 8 Sessions Mon & Wed6:00PM-8:00PM Sept 16-Oct 19FREE FV 124A - Computer LabNo class Sept 23, & Oct 54368-2 8 Sessions Mon & Wed6:00PM-8:00PM Oct 26-Nov 18FREE FV 124A - Computer LabHOT TOPIC!Top 10 Tips for iPadDo you want to learn more about how touse your iPad? After teaching hundredsof iPad classes, we have hand-picked ourfavorites for this session. Join this classto learn how to define words quickly,make articles easier to read online,increase your typing speed, and muchmore! Bring iPad or iPad mini to class.Nice Guy Technology4311 1 Session Thu6:00PM-7:00PM Oct 8$15 FV 100Top 10 Tips for iPhoneLearn about the iPhone’s most helpfulfeatures. After teaching hundreds ofpeople how to use their iPhone, wehave hand-picked our favorite tips forthis session. Join this class to learnhow to block unwanted callers, shareyour current location with others,increase battery life, and much more!Bring Apple iPhone to class.Nice Guy Technology4312 1 Session Thu6:00PM-7:00PM Oct 15$15 FV 1054368-3 8 Sessions Mon & Wed6:00PM-8:00PM Jan 4-Feb 1FREE FV 124A - Computer LabNo class Jan 18One Night Microsoft ExcelIf you want to learn to use MicrosoftExcel, this class is for you. In one night,you will learn the program and how itcan work for you. You will make a simplespreadsheet and a chart in class.Elise d’Entremont4349 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Sept 28$19 FV 107Intermediate Computer SkillsThe topics for this course include maintainingyour computer, fixing small issues, uninstallingand installing programs, uploading files suchas pictures through e-mail, social media,and an introduction to “the cloud”, web-basedand sharable storage. At the end of thiscourse you will be able make updatesand keep your computer fully maintained.If you have completed Basic Computer Skills,or are comfortable navigating yourcomputer, you are ready for this class!Dave Hayes4389 6 Sessions Mon & Wed6:00PM-8:00PM Nov 23-Dec 16FREE FV 124A - Computer LabNo class Nov 25, & Dec 7Pin it with Pinterest!Organize images, recipes, quotes, andother interests you find on the interneton your own virtual pinboard! This classwill navigate you through the world ofPinterest. We will begin with a quicktutorial on what Pinterest is, then createan account and username. The funcontinues as we venture into boards,pins, likes, messaging, and much more. Ahandy reference guide will be provided atthe end of class.Carole Scott4371 1 Session Mon6:30PM-9:00PM Dec 14$29 FV 107The Business of Blogging: Real Stories of Bloggers Turned EntrepreneursHear from an all-star panel of local-turned-national bloggers who launched successful businesses because of their blogs.Moderator Rebecca Bell Sorensen will get to the bottom of how they did it, what they learned and what’s next in blogging.Panelists:Amanda Rettke“Surprise Inside Cakes”cookbook authorFood NetworkcontributorBlogger atiambaker.netAli KaplanMSP Magazinefashion editorMOA app creator107.1 radio show host of“Shop Girls”Blogger atalishops.comElizabeth Heinecke“Kitchen ScienceLab for Kids” authorNASA EarthambassadorBlogger atkitchenpantryscientist.comModerator:Rebecca Bell Sorensen, community activist, PR executive and amateur bloggerWendy BrownLetterpress card designerOwner of online papergoods company Brown InkHandwriting activistBlogger atbrownink.comElizabeth DehnCreator of Elizabeth Dehnfor One Love Organicsskincare lineNational beauty writerBlogger atbeautybets.comImmediately following the discussion our panelists will be featured in a pop-up market with their books and products for signingand purchase. “Surprise Inside” cake for all!4048 1 Session Tue 7:00-8:30PM Oct 6 $10 RAHS Auditorium24Roseville Area Schools Community Education


TechnologyGoogle SeriesDo you have a Gmail address? Did you know that Google offers more than 40 FREE services to organize and store your importantinformation. In this six week series learn how Google can safely store your digital information. Even Apple smartphones and tablets canuse Google. Take just one class or for a lifetime membership of future classes attend the complete series.Bring your laptop and mobile device charger/data cable.Froogal ED4314-1 6 Sessions Mon 1:30PM-3:30PM Sept 21-Oct 26 $119 FV 1024314-2 6 Sessions Mon 1:30PM-3:30PM Nov 9-Dec 21 $119 FV 102No class Dec 7Your Account & GmailDiscover that your Gmail account givesyou access to 40+ FREE tools. When youfully use Gmail, you can replace MicrosoftOutlook for keeping your life in order.Froogal ED4325-1 1 Session Mon1:30PM-3:30PM Sept 21$25 FV 1024325-2 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Nov 9$25 FV 102Maps, printing, Wallet, & KeepLearn how to manage maps,print from anyGoogle account, learn about Google Wallet,and organize notes with Google Keep! Bringlaptop and mobile device charger/data cable.Froogal ED4328-1 1 Session Mon1:30PM-3:30PM Oct 12$25 FV 1024328-2 1 Session Mon6:30-PM-8:30PM Nov 30$25 FV 102Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, & VoiceFind out how to keep all your informationsynced across all your devices, includingcalendars, contacts, and to-dos. Then havetwo phone numbers ring on your cell phonefor FREE with Google Voice! Bring laptopand smartphone/tablet’s charger/data cable.Froogal ED4326-1 1 Session Mon1:30PM-3:30PM Sept 28$25 FV 1024326-2 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Nov 16$25 FV 102Hangouts, Google+, & SearchGet to know Hangouts, Google+, and learnhow to properly use Google Search with thetop tips. Bring laptop and mobile devicecharger/data cable.Froogal ED4329-1 1 Session Mon1:30PM-3:30PM Oct 19$25 FV 1024329-2 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Dec 14$25 FV 102Drive, Music & PhotosNever lose a file again! Learn how to moveyour computers documents, music, photosand video to Google Drive and then haveaccess to them wherever you are and fromany device! Bring your laptop andsmartphone/tablet’s charger/data cable.Froogal ED4327-1 1 Session Mon1:30PM-3:30PM Oct 5$25 FV 1024327-2 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Nov 23$25 FV 102YouTube & DocsDiscover how to use YouTube, along withsome basic Google Docs Tips and BestPractices and provide an overviewof Docs, Sheets, and Slides.Froogal ED4330-1 1 Session Mon1:30PM-3:30PM Oct 26$25 FV 1024330-2 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Dec 21$25 FV 102Jump Start Your Business Through Networking and Social Media SeriesWhen you first think about social media marketing, you may be overwhelmed with the number of options available to you. Where do youbegin? Learn what sites fit your goals best, specific strategies to apply to social media marketing, and about networking strategies.Molly Montgomery4076 3 Sessions Thu 6:00-8:00PM Oct 15-29 $45 FV 108Choose the Best SocialMedia for your BusinessIn this course, I will walk you through manysocial media options and help you determinewhich sites will reach and attract your targetmarket and which ones are best for your typeof business. We will cover Facebook, LinkedIn,Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Google+,blogs, free website software, and more.Molly Montgomery4067 1 Session Thu6:00PM-8:00PM FV 108$19 Oct 15Create a Social MediaCampaignThere are specific strategies to applywhen diving into social media marketing.Did you know offering discounts is not apreferred posting for consumers? Thiscourse will teach you the types of poststhat will grab your audience’s attentionand keep them coming back for more.Molly Montgomery4068 1 Session Thu6:00PM-8:00PM FV 108$19 Oct 22Network Successfully &Measure Your SuccessSocial media is not just about posting updates.It is also about networking with those aroundyou and engaging them in your social mediacampaign.In this course, I will teach youeffective networking skills and strategiesto reach out to others. Additionally, Iwill discuss how to measure your socialmedia success, so you can focus onwhat drives sales and attracts clients.Molly Montgomery4069 1 Session Thu6:00PM-8:00PM FV 108$19 Oct 29www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 25


TechnologyOpen Your Own Etsy ShopLearn how to sell your handmade itemsto anyone in the world! In this class you willlearn how to set up shop on etsy.com,the basic do’s and dont’s of Etsy, how tobrand your product, and commoncourtesy and practices on the site.Katherine Young4367 1 Session Wed6:30PM-8:30PM Oct 28$29 FV 107Photo Editing 101Make your photos pop. Learn how to removeblemishes, adjust pictures that are toolight or dark, and sharpen images that areslightly out of focus. Adobe Photoshopwill allow you to do all of this and more.Students should be comfortable using aMac computer and navigating to find files.Bring photos on a USB thumb drive.Paul Veronikas4376 3 Sessions Mon7:00PM-9:00PM Nov 2-16$45 FV 107Googlize Your LifeLearn how the tools of Google can transformyour life. This system offers everything fromemail to presentation programs in a formatthat can be shared with friends and family.Google Drive/Docs works on smartphones,iphone, ipad, tablet, laptop, and desktop.Also, “the cloud” will be explained.Elise d’Entremont4348 1 Session Mon6:30PM-8:30PM Oct 12$19 FV 107Word 2010 BasicReady to venture into the world ofMicrosoft Word? Brilliant! You will walkthrough Microsoft Word’s basic features,such as creating, saving, and printing adocument. You will also learn about pagelayout, entering and editing text, pagebreaks, inserting tables, spell check,numbering and bulleting. This class ishands-on, so come ready to participate.Carole Scott4364 1 Session Mon6:00PM-9:00PM Oct 19$35 FV 107Capture it with Instagram!Capture and share your moments,memories, or adventures on Instagram!In this class we will download theInstagram app, create an account,username, and profile. We will walkthrough the different icons, learn how totake, edit, and share pictures and videos,and find other Instagrammers. Want thelowdown on hashtags, tagging, InstagramDirect, and other IG jargon? We’ve gotthat covered too! A handy referencewill be provided at the end of the class.Bring your tablet or smartphone.Carole Scott4370 1 Session Mon6:30PM-9:0 PM Dec 21$29 FV 107Flatten Fields & Save FileRoseville Area Schools Community EducationINSTRUCTOR LED ONLINE COURSESIntroduction to Stock OptionsLearn how stock options can protect yourportfolio and help you profit in any typeof market.Accounting FundamentalsGive yourself skills that are in highdemand by exploring corporateaccounting with a veteran instructor.Creating Web PagesLearn the basics of HTML so you candesign, create, and post your very ownsite on the Web.Creating a SuccessfulBusiness PlanTurn your business ideas into a solid planfor financing and long-term success.How to Make MoneyFrom Your WritingWhether you want to create your ownbusiness, add to your income, supplementyour retirement, or boost what you'reearning as a writer, you'll find thehow-to's here.Introduction toMicrosoft Outlook 2010Take control over your meetings, emails,and to-do lists by mastering the essentialsof Microsoft Outlook 2010.Solving ClassroomDiscipline ProblemsVeteran teacher reveals the secrets to anorderly classroom. A step-by-step approachto effective, positive discipline.Learn fromthe comfortof home!Instructor-Facilitated24-Hour AccessOnline Discussion Areas6 Weeks of Instruction100s of Courses to Choose FromFind A CoursePrices start as low as:www.ed2go.com/isd623 $9926Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Youth Swim Fall 2015All Classes atFairview Community Center PoolFALL LESSON SCHEDULEMonday, Sept 28-Nov 16Tuesday, Sept 29-Nov 17Wednesday, Sept 30-Nov 18Thursday, Sept 24-Nov 19Saturday, Sept 26-Nov 21No class Oct 14,15,17 and Nov 3WINTER TOTS, PreK & ADULT BEGINNER SCHEDULERegistration Opens Nov 16Saturday, Jan 9-Feb 27Tuesday, Jan 12-Feb 23Thursday, Jan 14-Feb 25No class Feb 13TOTS - PARENT IN WATER 9 months-3 yearsChildren are accompanied by a parent or adult and learn toenjoy the water. Minimum one adult in water per child.Fall ScheduleClass Date Time day $#80-F1 Sept 26-Nov 21 9:00-9:25AM Saturday $48#80-F2 Sept 29-Nov 17 7:00-7:25PM Tuesday $42#80-F3 Sept 24-Nov 19 9:20-9:45AM Thursday $48Winter Schedule#80-F6 Jan 9-Feb 27 9:00-9:25AM Saturday $42#80-F7 Jan 12-Feb 23 7:00-7:25PM Tuesday $42#80-F8 Jan 14-Feb 25 9:20-9:45AM Thursday $42PreK - PARENT IN WATER 3-5 yearsChildren are accompanied by a parent or adult to work on wateradjustment and basic swimming skills: blowing bubbles, kicking,and arm paddling. Minimum one adult in water per child.Fall ScheduleClass Date Time day $#80-F4 Sept 26-Nov 21 9:30-9:55AM Saturday $48#80-F5 Sept 29-Nov 17 7:30-7:55PM Tuesday $42#80-F3 Sept 24-Nov 19 9:20-9:45AM Thursday $48Winter Schedule#80-F9 Jan 9-Feb 27 9:30-9:55AM Saturday $42#80-F10 Jan 12-Feb 23 7:30-7:55PM Tuesday $42#80-F8 Jan 14-Feb 25 9:20-9:45AM Thursday $42Red Cross Youth Swim Lessons 5-14 years - Fall 2015If a child is registered in the wrong class level, they will not be allowed to remain in the class and will be moved to the correctlevel if space is available. To have the level tested prior to registration, call 651.604.3770 for testing times and procedures.Beginner I (Same As Red Cross 1-2)Students learn to float and kick on frontand back, jump into deep water, swimbeginner stroke, roll over and kick on back.Beginner II (Same As Red Cross 3)Prerequisite: Passing of Beginner INew Skills: front crawl with rhythmicbreathing, elementary backstroke,treading water and sitting dive.Advanced Beginner A(Same As Red Cross 4)Prerequisite: Passing of Beginner IINew Skills: back crawl, breaststroke,scissors and dolphin kick.Advanced Beginner B(Same As Red Cross 4)Prerequisite: Passing of Adv. Beginner A.New Skills: breaststroke, butterflyand sidestroke.Intermediate (Same As Red Cross 5)Prerequisite: Passing of Adv. Beginner B.New Skills: tuck and pike surface dives, flipturns and butterfly.Swimmer (Same As Red Cross 6)Prerequisite: Passing of IntermediateNew Skills: personal water safetyskills, turns and strong emphasis onendurance and stroke refinement.Day Time Course Offerings PriceSat 10:00-10:45AM Beg I #81-F1 Beg II #82-F1 Adv Beg A #83-F1 $58Sat 10:55-11:40AM Beg I #81-F2 Beg II #82-F2 Adv Beg B #84-F1 $58Mon 4:35-5:20PM Beg I #81-F9 Beg II #82-F8 $58Mon 5:30-6:15PM Beg I #81-F3 Beg II #82-F3 Adv Beg B #84-F2 $58Mon 6:25-7:10PM Beg I #81-F4 Beg II #82-F4 Adv Beg A #83-F2 Swim #86-F1 $58Wed 4:40-5:25PM Beg I #81-F10 $51Wed 5:35-6:20PM Beg I #81-F5 Beg II #82-F5 Adv Beg A #83-F3 $51Wed 6:30-7:15PM Beg I #81-F6 Beg II #82-F6 Inter #85-F1 $51Thur 5:15-6:00PM Beg I #81-F7 Beg II #82-F7 $58Thur 6:10-6:55PM Beg I #81-F8 Adv Beg A #83-F4 $58Winter Youth Lesson Schedule distributed in Roseville Area Schools in Decemberwww.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 27


Adult swim FALL 2015ADULT BEGINNER LESSONS 15 years & olderLessons for teens and adults who can’t swim or fear the water andthose with basic swimming skills wishing to refine.Fall ScheduleClass Date Time day $#92-F1 Sept 29-Nov 17 6:05-6:50PM Tuesday $51Winter Schedule#92-F2 Jan 12-Feb 23 6:05-6:50PM Tuesday $51Call 651.604.3770for info on privateswim lessonsSwimnasticsA variety of water exercise including some fast paced, wall exercises, balance improvement, stretching, and toning.You must be able to maintain balance without assistance for the duration of the class time.Class Date Time day $ Senior Class Date Time day $ SeniorFall Schedule (No Class Oct 15 & Nov 26) w Pool#90-F1 Sept 14-Dec 7 8:30-9:15AM Monday $78 $70.20#90-F2 Sept 8-Dec 8 8:30-9:15AM Tuesday $84 $75.60#90-F3 Sept 8-Dec 8 9:20-10:05AM Tuesday $84 $75.60#90-F4 Sept 9-Dec 9 8:30-9:15AM Wednesday $84 $75.60#90-F5 Sept 10-Dec 10 8:30-9:15AM Thursday $72 $64.80#90-F6 Sept 28-Nov 16 7:15-8:00PM Monday $48 $43.20Winter Schedule (No Class Jan 18) w Pool#90-F7 Jan 4-Feb 29 8:30-9:15AM Monday $48 $43.20#90-F8 Jan 5-Mar 1 8:30-9:15AM Tuesday $54 $48.60#90-F9 Jan 5-Mar 1 9:20-10:05AM Tuesday $54 $48.60#90-F10 Jan 6-Mar 2 8:30-9:15AM Wednesday $54 $48.60#90-F11 Jan 7-Mar 3 8:30-9:15AM Thursday $54 $48.60#90-F12 Jan 11-Feb 29 7:15-8:00PM Monday $42 $37.80Cranky HingesThis class is slow paced water exercise. Participants will focus on increasing range of motion, flexibility and mobility.You must be able to maintain balance without assistance for the duration of the class.Class Date Time day $ SeniorClass Date Time day $ SeniorFall Schedule Pool#91-F1 Sept 9-Dec 9 9:30-10:00AM Mon & Wed $108 $97.20Winter Schedule (No Class Jan 18) w Pool#91-F2 Jan 4-Mar 2 9:30-10:00AM Mon & Wed $68 $61.20Lap Swim (No swim evenings of: Sep 1, 8, Oct 15, Nov 3, Dec 22, 29. No swimming: Sept 5, 7, 12, 19, Oct 17, Nov 26-28, Dec 12, 19, 24-26.)Pay on the pool deck.day Date Time Under 18 Over 18 Over 60Fall ScheduleM,W,F Aug 31-Dec 30 6:30-8:30am $3.50/session or $15.50/5 $4/session or $17/5 $3.50/Session or $15.50/5M-F Aug 31-Dec 30 11:30am-1:00pm $3.50/session or $15.50/5 $4/session or $17/5 $3.50/Session or $15.50/5T,Th Sept 1-Dec 17 8:00-9:00pm $3.50/session or $15.50/5 $4/session or $17/5 $3.50/Session or $15.50/5Open Swim (No swim evenings of: Sep 1, 8, Oct 15, Nov 3, Dec 22, 29. No swimming: Sept 5, 7, 12, 19, Oct 17, Nov 26-28, Dec 12, 19, 24-26.)Pay on the pool deck. Parents must accompany children under 4’ tall in pool.day Date Time Under 18 Over 18 Over 60M-F Aug 31-Dec 30 10:15-11:15am $3.50/session or $15.50/5 $4/session or $17/5 $3.50/Session or $15.50/5Th Sept 3-Dec 17 7:00-8:00pm $3.50/session or $15.50/5 $4/session or $17/5 $3.50/Session or $15.50/5SILVERSNEAKERS® & SILVER&FIT®SilverSneakers and Silver&Fit members are able to participate in Lap or Open Swim at no cost. Please present your program card tothe lifeguard on deck when participating.28Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Experiences just for BoomersAt the 2013 Boomer Summit, you told us that you wanted to haveopportunities to learn, be enriched, volunteer, have fun, and so much more!PrimeTime classes and events are just for those who are 50+ years!We’re tailoring this to your interests and needs and would love to hearsuggestions from you at Janell.Wampler@isd623.org for future offerings!Mom, Dad … Can We Talk?Fifty–three million baby boomers are nowdealing with aging issues for their loved ones.The golden years are not always so golden,and there are a lot of difficult issues toaddress. Learn creative problem-solvingand how to work with your family as wediscuss Dick Edwards’ book “Mom, Dad ...Can We Talk?: Insight and Perspectives toHelp Us Do What’s Best for Our Aging Parents.”Jaymee Chanen, LSW3007 2 Sessions Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Nov 5, & 12$24 FV 112Minnesota Byways: Photos& Stories to Inspire You“Minnesota Byways” author Doug Ohman, willtake you along with him to his favoritelocations. He will share the bestphotographs and stories from around ourgreat state. He will highlight barns, churches,courthouses, schoolhouses, cabins, andlibraries of Minnesota. He will also tell hisown story of how he transformed his passionfor history and photography into a successfulcareer while giving you inspiration toconsider your own options.Doug Ohman3003 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Nov 19$15 FV 108Volunteering:Where do I fit in?Learn how to connect with opportunitiesin your community! Volunteers across theworld have discovered that their time andtalent is as rewarding to themselves as itis to the causes and those they serve.What things should you consider whenvolunteering? How can you efficientlyidentify when, where, and how to make avolunteer connection? This fun andinteractive class will help you identify thebenefits of volunteering, and finding the fitthat’s right for you. Co-sponsored by theRoseville Area Schools and the City ofRoseville. RSVP up to one day priorto the session you’ll attend. If you havequestions call Kelly O’Brien, RosevilleVolunteer Coordinator at 651.792.7028.Kelly O’Brien & Janell Wampler3001-1 1 Session Sat9:00AM-10:30AM Oct 10FREE Roseville City Hall3001-2 1 Session Tue6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 13FREE FV 102Flaming Spoon Caféat Fairview Community CenterEnjoy Casual Dining in the Neighborhood!Drop in during a break or after a class!LunchNo time for lunch?11:00AM-12:15PMGet Your Meal Packed “To Go”!Full Meal Deal $4.25Includes main entrée, choice of 3 sides, milk, & coffee (substitutions available).Ala Carte $0.50 to $3.75Including sandwiches, soups, seasonal salads, rolls, cookies, fruit, chips, etc.All are welcome. Bring a friend, tell a neighbor. Groups of six or more arerequested to call 651.604.3518. We accept cash, check.Monthly menus available at Fairview Community Centeror online at www.ISD623.org/CommunityEdAll AgesWelcome!HOT TOPIC!TED Talks: Stretch IdeasThrough ConversationTED Talks are short videos in which a speakerpresents ideas on a specific topic. The talksfocus on everything from new businessmodels to human rights. In this class, youcan watch these videos and share yourideas during a facilitated discussion.Register online for each session throughthe Ramsey County Library atwww.rclreads.org under “Events andClasses, Calendar” or call 651.724.6001.Cosponsored by Ramsey County Library.3008 6 Sessions Sun2:00PM-3:30PMFREENov 8, Dec 13, Jan 10, Feb 14, Mar 13, Apr 10Ramsey County Library RosevilleEXTENDED TRAVEL SHOWCASEPreview extended vacation packages for2016 in partnership with Landmark Tours.Each inclusive tour package featuresround-trip airfare, quality accommodations,many meals, deluxe motor coachtransportation and the services of aprofessional Tour Director Travelopportunities include:• Alaska Land & Sea Adventure – NEW!• New Orleans, Nashville & Memphis• Washington D.C• Savannah, Charleston and Asheville• New York City: The Big Apple• The Canadian Rockies• Autumn in New England• Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta• The Great Pacific Coast – NEW!• And MORE!Mark your calendars to attendthe free Showcase events aboutthese inclusive extended travelopportunities.3000-4 1 Session Thu6:30PM-8:00PM Oct 1FREE FV 1083000-5 1 Session Sat10:00AM-11:30AM Oct 3FREE FV 108www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 29


Roseville Area Senior ProgramRASP Is Your Local “One Stop Shop” forOlder Adult Learning & ServicesRoseville Area Senior Program(RASP)Fairview Community Center1910 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113651.604.3520rasp@isd623.orgwww.isd623.org/RASPMonday-Friday8:00AM-4:00PMMeals on Wheels651.318.9091We provide daily, fresh or frozen, nutritionallybalanced noontime meals Mon-Fri forRoseville Area School District adults over60 and certified disabled adults whoare unable to prepare or access food orchoose not to cook themselves. This serviceis more than just a meal. Meals on Wheelsalso serves as a critical wellness visit byvolunteers for homebound older anddisabled adults. Advance registration isrequired to start this service. There is aservice fee. You may qualify for a slidingfee amount based on your annual income.BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENINGFree screening by qualified volunteers.Monthly 2nd & 4th Thursday10:30AM-11:30AM FV 114FREECaregiver Support GroupA caregiver group is available for caregiversof older adults. The group provides information,resources and valuable emotional support.Monthly 2nd & 4th Tuesday12:30PM-2:30PM FV 116AFREEEDUCATIONAL, SOCIAL, HEALTH, & WELLNESS GROUPS & CLASSESIn the spirit of life-long learning, we offer a variety of formal and informal educationalself-directed groups and classes. Whether you like to dance, use the computer, learn anew skill, gather to meet friends or make new ones, there is something of interest foreveryone. If you have an idea for a new class, activity or group, please contact us. Activityor class fees may apply. RASP activities and services are listed throughout the brochure.RASP’S DROP-IN LOUNGEAdults of all ages are welcome to visit our drop-in center. There is an older adult resourcearea, a small lending library, informal games, including Wii sports, daily newspaper, TV,pool tables, and drop-in computer station. The coffee and tea pot are always on!DailyMon-Fri8:00AM-4:00PM FV 11425¢ Donation Pay at DoorVOLUNTEERS - 651.604.3520Volunteers of all ages assist our program in a variety of ways: Meals on Wheels drivers andpackers, medical appointment drivers, office receptionist/data entry, special interest groupleaders, special event help, friendly visitors, fundraising, and more. You are sure to finda place to make your own special contribution. Contact us for current opportunities.ROSEVILLE GIFT & CRAFT SHOPPE - 651.604.3529Stop and shop for a variety of quality hand-crafted and locally-made gift items. Volunteers(adults and seniors) staff the shop. The shop is open Monday-Friday 9:30am-3:30pm.PUBLICATIONSSeasons, our newsletter, is the best source for up-to-date information about our currentactivities and services. If you are interested in receiving the bi-monthly Seasonsnewsletter by email or through the postal service, please contact the RASP office.Detailed RASP activities and services are also listed throughout this brochure.TRANSPORTATION651.604.3535We can help you easily get around ourcommunity. Transportation services areavailable to certified disabled adults andthose 60 years and older who live inthe Roseville Area School District andselect surrounding areas (call for moreinformation). The bus provides doorto-doortransportation service for manyneeds: medical, banking, shopping,volunteering, recreation, etc. The routevaries daily depending on the numberof riders and their destination. We alsohave volunteer drivers who use theirown vehicles to provide rides to medicaland dental appointments that are furtheraway. Advance registration is requiredto start this service. There is a servicefee, and you may qualify for a sliding feeamount based on your annual income.SERVICE COORDINATION651.604.3528We connect older adults with localand metro community services andresources. Phone consultation, inhomeassessment, and development ofservice plans are available. After needsassessment is completed by the servicecoordinator, trained support volunteersare available to provide services to helphomebound older adults in the RosevilleArea School District. Services include:minor home repairs and friendly visitingin the home. There is a service fee,and you may qualify for a sliding feeamount based on your annual income.30Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Daytime personal interestsCLIP-SIP-N-DONATEClip and sort Campbell’s soup labels tobe donated to Roseville Area Schools foreducation supplies and sip some coffeeand tea! No registration needed. A donationcontainer is located in the RASP Drop-InLounge. Donate the label part that has theUPC code with the Label for Education logoon it. For more info contact 651.604.3520.WeeklyFridays10:00AM FV 114FREEVISION LOSS GROUPThis group provides consumer information,speakers, and good company. Anyone whohas vision loss, as macular degeneration,glaucoma, stroke or other conditions iswelcome. Call Vision Loss Resourcesat 612.871.2222 for more information.Monthly1st Thursday10:00AM-11:30AM FV 116AFREEPartner BRIDGEJoin us for a game of partner bridge.Experienced players welcome.Call 651.604.3520 for more information.3313 Weekly Thursday12:30PM FV 114$1.50 Pay at the sessionMAHJONGMahjong is a game that originated in Chinaand is similar to the Western card gameRummy, but played with tiles. It is a gameof skill, strategy, calculation and a degreeof chance. Come enhance your brain skillsby learning a new game or helping others.WeeklyMonday1:30PM-3:30PM FV 114$1.50 Pay at SessionMEN’S DISCUSSION GROUPA weekly informal time for men to discusscurrent topics of the group’s choice.Call 651.604.3520 for more information.WeeklyWednesday10:00AM-11:30AM FV 116A$1.50 Pay at SessionSTITCH-N-CHATJoin us weekly with your current sewingor needlework project. Also, there is theoption to work on items, for serviceprojects. No need to register.WeeklyFriday1:00PM-3:00PMFVFREEPlease Join Usfor an afternoon of food & door prizes!Roseville gift andcraft ShoppeAnnual Holiday SaleFriday, Oct. 23, 8:30AM-4:00PMSaturday, Oct. 24, 8:30AM-4:00PMSunday, Oct. 25, 11:30AM-3:30PMFairview Community Center1910 County Rd B West, RosevilleShop hand-crafted gift items featuringquilts, ceramics, wood crafts, jewelry,knit and crochet items, pottery, clothing,holiday decorations and more!For more information contactus at 651.604.3529.Roast Beef, dinnerincludes mashedpotatoes & gravy,green beans, roll,& cheese cake!Baked chickenalternate available.Sunday Benefit DinnerSunday, October 25th • 11:30AM-2:30PMFairview Community Center1910 County Road B West Roseville$12.00 per personFor tickets or to make a donation visit:Roseville Area Senior Program OfficeFairview Community Center1910 County Road B W • Rosevillecall: online:651.604.3520 www.isd623.org/mowdinnerAdvance ticket purchase requested.Transportation is available by calling the RASP officeat 651.604.3535 by Monday, October 19th.so no older adult in our community goes hungrywww.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 31


Roseville Adult Learning CenterIt’s never toolate to enjoythe benefitsof learning...RosevilleAdult Learning CenterFairview Community Center1910 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113651.604.3553www.isd623.org/RALCWe’re here for you. No fees.Enroll at anytime.The Roseville Adult Learning Center is for adultswho want to succeed in learning. We offer personal,supportive, and focused instruction to meet your needs.Our licensed teachers are caring individuals who workwith you one-on-one, in small groups, and in classroomsettings. We offer English Language skill development,high school diploma programs, and GED preparation, aswell as college and post-secondary preparation. Daytimeand evening classes are available.There is no charge for Roseville Adult LearningCenter programs. You may enroll at any time toget started on your learning program. Our staffcan answer your questions and help you find theprogram that is right for you. For more informationand registration times call 651.604.3553.Adult Basic Education (ABE)Adult Diploma, GED Preparation and ReviewABE is a group of individualized programs designed to help adultlearners complete a high school diploma, pass the GED (GeneralEducation Development Diploma) tests, review for college entrance,and improve reading, writing, and math skills. Diploma students meetthe same eligibility requirements as high school diploma graduates.EligibilityYou must be 17 years of age or older and no longer in a traditionalhigh school program to enroll. To take the GED tests, you mustbe 19 years old or meet specific conditions for an age waiver.Mornings:Evenings:Tues & Thurs9:00AM-11:30AMTues & Thurs4:30PM-7:30PMDual Enrollment - Credit MakeupThis program is designed to help current high school studentswho have not passed one or more credits needed to graduate.Dual enrollment is an option for any student, who maintains fulltimeenrollment at their high school. Students must be referredto the Dual Enrollment Program by their high school counselor.Evenings:Tues & Thurs4:30PM-7:30PMOnLine LearningGED-i is an online GED preparation course. Contact theAdult Learning Center to see if you qualify. We also offeronline options for basic skill development in reading, writing,and math using several state-approved online programs.Distance Learning/Basic SkillsNew distance learning opportunities are available. Contactthe Roseville Adult Learning Center to see if you qualify.For basic skills, brush-up in reading and math, accuplacertests, and college preparation. You can do much of yourwork online, at home, or anywhere you have web access.One-on-one/small group learning at your own paceAdult Learning Center students will find a learning experience that differs from a traditional classroom setting.Learners work with certified teachers one-on-one or in small groups. Our focus is on helping you succeed.32Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Roseville Adult Learning CenterEnglish LearnerEnglish Learner (EL) is a program for adults seekingto improve their English language communicationskills. Students work together in classroom settings.English classes are offered at many different levels.The curriculum focuses on helping learners successfullynavigate systems of public schools, city, county andstate governments, colleges and work culture.We have an Adult Diploma program built into the upperlevels of our EL program. Once students achieve a readinglevel appropriate for studying high school topics, they canjoin these classes. Students will gain the academic skillsto complete a high school diploma, prepare for college orpost-secondary training and the world of work. We alsohave periodic TOEFL prep and citizenship classes.In Order to Enroll in ELYou must be 18 years or older and notattending a public high school.Mornings: Mon - Fri9:00AM-1:00PMEvenings: Tues & Thurs6:00PM-8:30PMHOT TOPIC!Distance Learning atRoseville AdultLearning CenterAre you looking to review reading, math, andgrammar skills, but a regular classroom doesn’t fityour schedule? We offer distance (online) learningclasses that you can do at your own pace at a timethat works for you – all from your own computer.What we offer:• Reading practice for all levels• Math review from multiplication to trigonometry• Vocabulary and grammar classes• Accuplacer Prep – learn about the test andpractice specific skills• Basic computer skillsTo get started, call us at 651.604.3553email us at fvdistancelearning@gmail.comor learn more at www.isd623.org/RALCBasic Computer SkillsLearn the basics of computers and earn a certificate toshow employers that you know computers. This programis designed for beginning computer users who want tolearn how to navigate MAC and Windows 7 operatingsystems, use email, do word processing, and browsethe Internet. At the end of the class, students have thechance to become certified in basic computer skills.Dave HayesBEGINNING4368-1 8 Sessions Mon & Wed6:00PM-8:00PM Sept 16-Oct 19FREE FV 124A - Computer LabNo class Sept 23, & Oct 54368-2 8 Sessions Mon & Wed6:00PM-8:00PM Oct 26-Nov 18FREE FV 124A - Computer Lab4368-3 8 Sessions Mon & Wed6:00PM-8:00PM Jan 4-Feb 1FREE FV 124A - Computer LabNo class Jan 18Intermediate4386 6 Sessions Mon & Wed6:00PM-8:00PM Nov 23-Dec 16FREE FV 124A - Computer LabNo Class Nov 25 & Dec 7www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 33


EARLY CHILDHOODGiving your family a great start!Providing educational support for all children from birth to kindergarten entry.We want to journey with you on the road to school success by offering day classes, evening and Saturday classes, drop in andplay classes, early childhood screening, PreK classes for 3-5 year olds, parenting classes, home visits, and more! Most class feesare based on a sliding fee scale. No one is turned away from an ECFE parent/child class for inability to pay. Listed here are just a fewof our class offerings.To see more great classes visit www.isd623.org/ECFE. Register online or call 651.487.4378.CLAssesFall 2015#504 Anger ManagementWe will focus on dealing with our own anger and also help our children regulate theirfeelings. We will learn healthy ways to express anger and ways to acknowledgeothers’ feelings. Parent/child interaction time will be before parent discussion.#601 Dad and Me!This class for children and dads includes a parent/child interaction time followedby discussion time for dads. During discussion, we’ll talk about issues that areunique to fatherhood and learn about discipline and discuss our goals of parenting.#602 The World of Leo LionniJoin the adventure with these books written and illustrated by Leo Lionni: Frederick, A Color of His Own, Swimmy, Fish is Fishand more. We will read, play and create using the themes in the books. Parent discussion will focus on building literacy skills.#605 Parenting SoloThere are many who parrent alone for the short or long term, including military, work situations, separation, divorce, loss of a partner,and single parenting. All are welcome for support and information. Young children will participate in creative and fun activities withan early childhood educator. School age children will meet in a separate supervised room for activities, homework, and games.#610 Parenting PreschoolersThis class will be unique to parenting children ages 3-5, focusing on discipline techniques that work well for this age whilealso supporting development during the PreK years. The beginning of class will provide hands on creative activities.#615 Grandparenting in Today’s WorldAre you a grandparent? Here is a chance to experience some quality time with your grandchildren making art projects, singing,reading books, playing dress up and more! After activity time, you will join other grandparents in discussing grandparenting intoday’s world. The children will continue activities with the early childhood staff while you are meeting with the other grandparents.Course InformationClass Age Date Format Time Location Sibling Care Fee504 Anger Management 0-grade 3 Th, 9/17-10/8 Separating 6:15PM-7:45PM Parkview N/A F601 Dad and Me! 0-5 years Th, 10/22-12/3 Separating 6:00PM-7:30PM Parkview N/A E602 Leo Lionni 3-5 years Th, 11/5-12/3 Separating 6:15PM-7:45PM Parkview 602a F605 Parenting Solo 0-5 years M, 11/2-11/30 Separating 6:00PM-7:30PM Parkview N/A Free610 Preschoolers 3-5 years Th, 10/1-10/29 Separating 6:15PM-7:45PM Parkview 610a F615 Grandparents 0-5 years T, 9/15-12/1 Separating 10:45AM-12:15PM Parkview N/A A34Roseville Area Schools Community Education


EARLY CHILDHOODFall 2015Open HouseRoseville ECFE open house is a chance to see how ECFE canbenefit your family!PreK Open House information with dates and times will be mailed toall registered families.Wednesday, September 94:30PM-5:30PM, Parkview Center School lower levelFall FestivalAll families with young children are invited to this free family event!Friday, October 96:00PM-7:30PM, Parkview Center SchoolFamily Drop In & PlayThe entire class is devoted to parent and childactivities including dramatic play, sensoryexperiences, gym play, science, art projects,and more. Each week will be filled with manycreative and engaging learning activities for thewhole family!No fee or registration necessary!Just come and join the fun!Parkview SchoolSat 9/19-11/21 10:00AM-11:00AMNo Class Oct 17Th 9/17-12/10 3:30PM-4:30PMNo Class Oct 15 & Nov 26Prince Of Peace ChurchT&W 9/15-12/9 8:45AM-10:00AMNo Class Nov. 3 & 25Class Sliding Fee ScaleIncome A B C D E F$150-200,000 $148 $197 $123 $164 $74 $49$100-150,000 $126 $168 $105 $140 $63 $42$75-100,000 $103 $137 $85 $114 $51 $34$50-75,000 $81 $108 $67 $90 $41 $27$30-50,000 $60 $80 $50 $67 $30 $20$20-30,000 $45 $60 $37 $50 $23 $15Below $20,000 $27 $36 $22 $30 $14 $9Roseville Area SchoolsEarly Childhood Family Education 651.487.4378EARLY CHILDHOODToy Lending LibraryABCDToy Lending LibraryIt’s like having new toys every week!Open to all individuals, families and childcare providers.Membership is $10 per year. You can check out:• Slides, riding toys, infant, toddler and preschool toys• Puzzles, games• Children’s books and the best parenting books and tapes• You can register online at isd623.org/ECFE• Fee assistance is availableAre You on the Roseville AreaSchools District Database?Do you have a new baby? Did you recently move to thearea? If so, your child’s name is not on the RosevilleArea School’s database. By registering your child’s namenow you will be notified of early childhood screening,when to register your child for kindergarten, and receivedistrict publications. Call now: 651.628.6449.Early Childhood ScreeningThe State of Minnesota requires a free screening of achild’s development, vision, hearing, immunizations andoverall health. The purpose of having your child screenedearly is to identify any concerns that may interfere with theirlearning. Screening dates are offered for 3-4 year olds yearround. Call 651.487.4378 to make an appointment.www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 35


EARLY CHILDHOODFall 2015Thursdays • 12:15PM-1:15PMMondays • 6:30PM-7:30PMParkview Center School701 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113Lower level parking lot, enter door 19For parents with children from birth to 3rd grade. Come to as many or as few classes that youwould like! To register for these free classes or to reserve a spot for child care call 651.487.4378.Join us for these great discussion topics!Importance of Sleep for Children and AdultsClass Day Date Time Sibling Care Fee502-1 Thursday September 24 12:15PM-1:15PM 502-1a Free503-1 Monday September 28 6:30PM-7:30PM 503-1a FreeChild Care and Babysitters, What to Expect, and How to Find ThemClass Day Date Time Sibling Care Fee502-2 Thursday October 8 12:15PM-1:15PM 502-2a Free503-2 Monday October 12 6:30PM-7:30PM 503-2a FreeRituals and TraditionsClass Day Date Time Sibling Care Fee502-3 Thursday October 22 12:15PM-1:15PM 502-3a Free503-3 Monday October 26 6:30PM-7:30PM 503-3a FreeDealing with SiblingsClass Day Date Time Sibling Care Fee502-4 Thursday November 5 12:15PM-1:15PM 502-4a Free503-4 Monday November 9 6:30PM-7:30PM 503-4a FreeHelicopter Parenting, What is That All About?Class Day Date Time Sibling Care Fee502-5 Thursday November 19 12:15PM-1:15PM 502-5a Free503-5 Monday November 23 6:30PM-7:30PM 503-5a Free36Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Out-of-School Time651.604.3505www.isd623.org/FriendshipMonday-Friday, 6:30AM-6:00PMNon-school days (except major holidays)School year & summerFriendship Connection is a school-age careprogram for students in grades K-8. Ourprogram philosophy encompasses creating aquality, caring, learning environment forchildren that complements the school day.To register for Friendship Connection, contactyour child’s school Friendship Connectionsite or the main office at Fairview651.604.3505 or online atwww.isd623.org/FriendshipA minimum of 3 days/week is required.School year 2015-2016 RatesSite Consistent Schedule Option Pick Your Days Option ContactBefore School After School Before School After SchoolBrimhall $11.30/day $10.30/day $11.75/day $10.75/day 651.633.4327Central Park $10.30/day $11.30/day $10.75/day $11.75/day 651.481.0745Edgerton $11.30/day $10.30/day $11.75/day $10.75/day 651.771.9835E. D. Williams $11.30/day $10.30/day $11.75/day $10.75/day 651.482.0421Falcon Heights $10.30/day $11.30/day $10.75/day $11.75/day 651.641.0035Harambee $11.30/day $10.30/day $11.75/day $10.75/day 651.379.2566Little Canada $10.30/day $11.30/day $10.75/day $11.75/day 651.482.0420Parkview not available $14.10/day not available $14.75/day 651.487.4391Looking for Staff to Educate& Inspire!• High School graduate at least 18 years old• Work with youth ages PreK-8 th grade in a before- and after- school program• Act as a role model for a diverse youth population• Experience working with school-age youthTo learn more about this position and to apply please visitwww.isd623.organd apply for the ‘Out of School Time Youth Worker’ position or call651.604.3536 for more information.www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 37


Registration InformationOnlinewww.ISD623.Org/COMMUNITYEDand click on“Online Registration” LinkMailAttention: Course RegistrationCommunity Education OfficeFairview Community Center1910 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113Walk-inCommunity Education OfficeFairview Community Center1910 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113Office Hours-M-F 7:30AM-4:00PMDecisionsto cancelclasses due tolow enrollment areusually made aweek in advance.Are You In?Assume you are in the class youregistered for unless you hear from us.Persons registering online or whoprovide their email address on theregistration form will receive anemail confirmation.Cancellation PoliciesPersons registering online or whoprovide their email address on theregistration form will receive an emailnotification if class is canceled.All others will receive a phone call.Weather-related cancellations will beannounced on WCCO Radio (830/AM).If Roseville Area Schools are closed,all enrichment classes and activitiesare canceled for the day.RefundsRefunds can only be issued if requested1 week prior to the start of class.Refunds are not issued after a classhas begun, nor are they possible whenclasses are rescheduled due to weather.• There is a $5 service charge on participantinitiated changes or cancellations.• Registrations via credit card willreceive credit back to the card used.Frequently Asked QuestionsPreregistrationWe recommend that you preregister forany classes you wish you take. Classesmay fill up ahead of time and we cannotguarantee you a spot in a class if youarrive without registering in advance. Inaddition, all classes are contingent uponminimum registrations. If you do notregister ahead of time, we are unableto contact you if a class is canceleddue to low registrations, weather, orother unforeseen circumstances.UCare MNUCare MN members may takea discount of up to $15 per year.Members must be on UCare at the timeof registration and need to include theirmember ID number on the registration.Some limitations may apply.Senior DiscountAdults ages 60+ may take 10% offeach class with the exception of 60+Computer Series, Write Your OwnWill, Hypnosis, Vitality Passes, 55+Defensive Driving and Beginning Bridge.Satisfaction GuaranteedIf you are satisfied with your class,spread the word! However, pleasecall us at 651.604.3770 if you are notsatisfied with any enrichment class.Fee Assistance & ScholarshipsWe believe everyone should be able to participate in enrichment classes regardlessof ability to pay. To receive assistance a participant must live in the district or attendRoseville Area Schools. Call 651.604.3770 for more information.Brimhall Elementary (BH)1744 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113Central Park Elementary (CP)535 County Road B2 WestRoseville, MN 55113District Center (DC)1251 County Road B2 WestRoseville, MN 55113Edgerton Elementary (EDG)1929 Edgerton StMaplewood, MN 55117Emmet D. Williams Elementary (EDW)955 County Road D WestShoreview, MN 55126Fairview Community Center (FV)1910 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113Falcon Heights Elementary (FH)1393 Garden Ave WestFalcon Heights, MN 55113Harambee Elementary (HAR)30 County Road B EastMaplewood, MN 55117Little Canada Elementary (LC)400 Eli RoadLittle Canada, MN 55117Parkview Center School (PCS)701 County Road B WestRoseville, MN 55113Ramsey County Library Roseville2180 North Hamline AveRoseville, MN 55113Roseville Area Middle School (RAMS)15 County Road B2 EastLittle Canada, MN 55117Roseville Area High School (RAHS)1240 County Road B2 WestRoseville, MN 55113Roseville City Hall2660 Civic Center DrRoseville, MN 5511338Roseville Area Schools Community Education


Try Online Registration - it’s fast & easy!www.ISD623.Org/COMMUNITYEDClick on “Online Registration” linkYou may use this form to register for any class(es) listed in the brochure.Participant Full Name______________________________________________________________________________Street Address___________________________________________ City________________________ Zip___________Home Phone_________________ Work Phone_________________ Mobile____________________________________Emergency Phone _______________________________________ Other ____________________________________Email Address ____________________________________________________________________________________q Male q Female Birthday____________________ Age _______________________Special health concerns (accommodations, disability, allergy, or special need we should be aware of): ________________________________________________________________________________________________Class #______________________ Title __________________________________________________ $_____________Class # _____________________ Title___________________________________________________ $_____________Class #______________________ Title___________________________________________________ $_____________AQUATICS1 st Class Choice __________________________ Day_____ Time____________________________ $ ____________2 nd Class Choice __________________________ Day_____ Time____________________________ $ ____________Youth Ages 0-18Parent/Guardian Full Name _________________________________________________________________________Persons authorized to pick up child/ren other than parent__________________________________________________Student’s Grade________ School Attending____________________________ Classroom Teacher___________________After class my child:q Is registered to attend Friendship Connectionq Will walk home q Will be picked up by_________________________________________________DiscountsParticipant’s UCare ID# (If applicable) ________________________ UCare Member Discount Total $______________Senior 60+ q Yes q NoPayment InformationTotal Registration Amount $ ________________________________q Cash q Check (Make Checks Payable to Roseville Area Schools)q Mastercard q Visa q Discover q American Express (walk in only until future notice)Authorized Signature____________________________________________________ Date____________________Card holder’s First Name__________________________________ Card Holder’s Last Name__________________Credit Card number_____________________________________________________________________________Expiration Date__________________________________________www.ISD623.org/CommunityEd 39


Little Canada Parks & RecreationCity Offices515 Little Canada Road E.Little Canada, MN 55117www.ci.little-canada.mn.usPhone: 651.766.4029Fax: 651.766.4048Jim MorelanDirectorKatie McGinnityRecreation SupervisorDon BowmanRecreation SupervisorActivities scheduleThis may be only a partial list of activitiesfor this registration period due to theprinting deadline. Watch for furtherinformation via our website, ournewsletter, The Review, Cable Channel16, and flyers distributed at elementaryschools. Please call Jim Morelanat the Parks and Recreation Office651.766.4045 with questions.REGISTRATIONRegister for the following youthactivities online, by mail, by fax (ifpaying by credit card), or in personduring regular business hours atLittle Canada City Center. Registerpromptly to be guaranteed placementin our programs. Registration flyerswith details will be distributed toLittle Canada schools and will alsobe available on our website.WANT TO HELP?Youth recreation programs inLittle Canada are conducted by theParks and Recreation Departmentin close cooperation with the LittleCanada Recreation Association(a nonprofit group of volunteerswho conduct various fundraisersduring the year and who advisethe direction to our youth programs).Membership is open to all interestedadults within the city, as wellas those living outside the city.If you are interested in joining,please call 651.766.4045 or emailjim.morelan@ci.little-canada.mn.usor visit their website atwww.lcraonline.org formore information.youthVOLLEYBALLGirls & Boys: Entering Grades 3-8Program runs approximatelyLate September - Mid-NovemberOnline registration begins June 1BASKETBALL LEAGUEGirls & Boys: 3-8th gradeProgram runs approximatelyMid-November - Mid-MarchOnline registration begins August 1BASKETBALL CLINICGirls & Boys: 1st & 2nd gradesProgram runs six weeksBeginning in early JanuaryOnline registration begins November 1AFTER SCHOOL BASKETBALLGirls & Boys: Entering Grades 3-6Program runs approximatelyEarly September - Early OctoberOnline registration begins August 1AdultAARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASSWe offer the four hour refresher class.Register online at www.ci.little-canada.mn.us or atLittle Canada City Center. Bring your AARP MembershipCard to class to receive $5 cash back.Session I, November 16, 9am-1pmSession II, November 17, 6-10pmCost is $22/sessionFALL GYMNASTICSGirls & Boys: 5-12 years oldProgram runs nine weeks, beginningTuesday evenings Late SeptemberOnline registration begins August 1SKATING LESSONSGirls & Boys: 5-12 years oldProgram runs approximately Jan-FebOnline registration begins November 1WINTER GYMNASTICSGirls & Boys: 5-12 years oldProgram runs nine weeks on Thursdayevenings beginning in JanuaryOnline registration begins November 1Online You’re First In Line!Online registrations are accepted for mostactivities offered by the Little CanadaParks & Recreation Department.It’s Easy!• Search for activities• Review program details• Check available openings• Register online40Roseville www.ci.little-canada.mn.usArea Schools Community Education

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