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Kid's Classes

Babysitting 101

$30

with Melissa Varela

Calendar Nov 3, 2017 at 10 am

Young babysitters will learn how to keep children safe and happy. This class will cover using fun and educational games and activities for kids, how to prepare healthy snacks and what information a young babysitter needs from the parents. Come find out how to take care of the kids and make the parents happy too! For ages 11 and older.

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Cake Decorating for Kids

$45

with Kaitlin Bluemel

Calendar Nov 11, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 2 weeks

We will be using whipped frosting, it’s light and fluffy and easy to use for kids. I will be teaching you how to use an icing bag and which tips to use for which projects. Some techniques we will work on is basing a cake, coloring the icing, borders, writing, and simple flowers.  If there's time I will also teach how to use royal icing to frost and decorate sugar cookies. For ages 8-15.

Cooking is Fun!

$40

with Ashley Lantz

Calendar Nov 7, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Kids can learn to cook and have fun too! We will be learning how to make a kid friendly breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner. We will also be learning some basics of health including hand washing, healthy eating habits and more. This will be a very fun class for children. They will learn recipes and habits they can use all their life! For kids K - 5th.

Cupcake Battles

$30

with Stacie Williams

Calendar Nov 4, 2017 at 10 am

Everyone loves a good cake war! In one day we will make our own cupcakes from scratch, decorate and have a contest, over the best decorations and the best tasting cupcakes. Three non partial judges will be there to decide! Do you think you have what it takes to make the best cupcake?? Find out in this exciting class! All the ingredients and tools will be provdied and kids will get to take home their creations. For ages 10 years old and older.

Gross Science

$30

with Stacie Williams

Calendar Oct 16, 2017 at 4 pm

Do you love to learn and get your hands dirty? Do you love all that is grimy and disgusting? We will be delving into the gross side of science in this class! We will make our own worm farm, experience mummies and all their mysteries, make messy, gooey slime and learn about our own skin! This class is for ages 8 years old and older.

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Karate

$35

with David Woodland

Calendar Oct 3, 2017 at 5 pm

Tang Soo Do is a traditional Korean style of Karate that stresses the development of character as well as physical fitness and improvement. The course is designed to develop the fundamental techniques of blocking, punching, striking and kicking. Proper form, balance, coordination and control are achieved through the repetition of basic techniques, stances, conditioning exercises and the practice of kata (formal exercises which combine basic karate techniques) as well as coordinated three-step sparring with a partner. Our purpose is to introduce students to a comprehensive program which incorporates the techniques and principles of traditional Karate and other martial arts in a noncompetitive group environment. The emphasis is on self development and cooperation rather than on competition. Training in traditional marital arts provides both physical and mental development which leads to the balanced growth of the student's body and mind. This training also enriches the students' lives by giving them an understanding of certain martial values and virtues. Ages 6 years old thorugh 14. Family discount: if you have 2 or more children from the same family, take $5 off each registration. ALL STUDENTS MUST PAY A ONE-TIME ANNUAL $25 MEMBERSHIP FEE to the American Jujutsu Institute for liability purposes. This once annual fee is good from January through December and is due to the instructor at your first class.

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Karate

$35

with David Woodland

Calendar Nov 2, 2017 at 5 pm

Tang Soo Do is a traditional Korean style of Karate that stresses the development of character as well as physical fitness and improvement. The course is designed to develop the fundamental techniques of blocking, punching, striking and kicking. Proper form, balance, coordination and control are achieved through the repetition of basic techniques, stances, conditioning exercises and the practice of kata (formal exercises which combine basic karate techniques) as well as coordinated three-step sparring with a partner. Our purpose is to introduce students to a comprehensive program which incorporates the techniques and principles of traditional Karate and other martial arts in a noncompetitive group environment. The emphasis is on self development and cooperation rather than on competition. Training in traditional marital arts provides both physical and mental development which leads to the balanced growth of the student's body and mind. This training also enriches the students' lives by giving them an understanding of certain martial values and virtues. Ages 6 years old thorugh 14. Family discount: if you have 2 or more children from the same family, take $5 off each registration. ALL STUDENTS MUST PAY A ONE-TIME ANNUAL $25 MEMBERSHIP FEE to the American Jujutsu Institute for liability purposes. This once annual fee is good from January through December and is due to the instructor at your first class.

Kid's Art - O'Keeffe Shell Paintings

$25

with Shanoa Gardiner

Calendar Nov 7, 2017 at 4 pm

We will be reading a story about Georgia O'Keeffe and learning about her life and work. Afterward we will look at shells and compose a drawing inspired by her work . Once they are done with the drawing we will use oil pastels to complete the artwork. For grades 1st - 5th.





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