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  • Active Improv (Gr. 4-8)

    Get on your feet, play games, mess up, laugh, and try again! Learn the basic rules of improvisation, that can be applied to numerous games which you will piece together for an end of the term performance for friends and family! There will be laughing, there will be messing up, there will be goofing around; along with learning, team building, and presenting. Improvisation is a quick thinking tool, that lets your creativity roll, fostering the development of critical thinking, problem solving, listening, memorization, communication, and more, all while having lots of FUN
  • Chess Club (Gr. 4-8)

    Chess club gives you the opportunity to learn chess or bring your game to the next level. Sharpen your skills & enjoy time playing with friends. If you're new, one of our great facilitators will help you learn!
  • Cooking Around the World (Gr. 4-8)

    Cook your way around the globe by experiencing a different culture and cuisine each week. Prepare traditional dishes from Asia, Europe, & South America. Create a recipe book of tasty foods you can make at home!
  • Dance Sampler (Gr. 4-8)

    If you love to move, come sample a variety of dance styles, including modern, tap, ballet, and hip hop. Choreograph an original dance using the styles we learn. 
  • Dungeons & Dragons Club (Gr. 4-8)

    Play Dungeons and Dragons, a role-playing tabletop game with each participant playing a different character in a fantasy setting. Let your imagination soar whether you’re new or experienced, all levels are welcome!
  • Engineering Exploration(Gr. 5-7)

    Explore engineering principles by participating in building challenges each week. Students will need to solve a problem using limited resources and their own imagination. Can they save an egg from it's falling demise? Build a zip line? Build a paddle boat powered by a rubber band? Participants should be prepared to work on a task, fail a few times, and try again. That's a big part of the engineering process!
  • Lake Harriet Ski and Snowboard Club with Active Solutions (Gr. 4-8)

    Join Active Solutions for the Lake Harriet Ski and Snowboard club at Hyland Hills! Active Solutions has taken the best of Minnesota Winters and created an after school Skiing and Snowboarding Club your child(ren) will not forget. This class will meet at Lake Harriet to start and then ride a bus to Hyland Hills Ski and Snowboard Area in Bloomington to ski and snowboard.Logistics: students meet immediately after school at 4:10pm in the atrium for a snack. Bus to Hyland Hills departs promptly at 4:30pm. If you have your own gear, you will be able to drop it off at school each Tuesday morning. If you need gear, rentals are available through registration. Bring a bag dinner or money to buy dinner from the chalet. Parents are responsible to pick up their child by 8:30pm at Hyland Hills, carpooling is encouraged, there is NO return busing back to Lake Harriet. YOU MUST fill out the liability waivers to participate and rental forms if necessary. Send completed forms to elika.beck@mpls.k12.mn.us Community Education Liability WaiverThree Rivers Park District Liability WaiverHelmet Rental FormSnowboard Rental FormSki Rental FormPlease note multiple payment options as follows and select the appropriate price for your needs:Lift Ticket, Rental Equipment, and 2 lessons during 1st two sessions - with helmet: $405Lift Ticket, Rental Equipment, and 2 lessons during 1st two sessions - without helmet: $355Lift Ticket and Rental Equipment - with helmet: $379Lift Ticket and Rental Equipment - without helmet: $329Lift Ticket Only (bringing their own ski/snowboard equipment) – with helmet: $277Lift Ticket Only (bringing their own ski/snowboard equipment) – without helmet: $227Season Pass Holders (bringing their own ski/snowboard equipment) – with helmet: $139Season Pass Holders (bringing their own ski/snowboard equipment) – without helmet: $89