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  • Astrology (South)

    Bring your chart to life with the complexity of the sun, moon and planets. Explore major life themes, cycles and your personal weather map. Receive a copy of your chart. This class is scheduled to take place in person. If we are unable to hold classes in person or are limited in what locations we can use, this class will be moved to an online platform at the same date and time. In that event, a Community Education staff will share information about attending through an online platform.
  • Discover Your Ideal Work (Southwest)

    Stressed, exhausted and overwhelmed by work? Get answers to your career questions and begin working on a proven four-step process that will lead to a rewarding, fulfilling work life. If class is full, please enroll for the waitlist. We will contact you if a space becomes available.
  • Mindful Relationships (ed2go) - $99

    Mindfulness is an increasingly prominent tool for improving overall mental and physical health and to cope with stressful situations. Through mindful practice, we can cultivate powerful, meaningful relationship with ourselves, our significant others, partners, families, communities and society. Complete your registration online: ed2go.com/mplscommed. New class sessions begin monthly.
  • Reimagining Community Safety I: Strategies for Resolving Conflict (Jefferson)

    This past year has been one of a kind. The worldwide pandemic has changed our world. The murder of George Floyd has changed us too. Community safety is profoundly important but it is clear that police are not sufficient to meet all the needs of our communities. We all need more tools for resolving conflicts with compassion. Participation in this class will provide peaceful strategies that apply to all levels of conflict, from personal disagreements to larger community issues. Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) provides the tools needed for these solutions. You will gain understanding of transforming power, learn about basic tools for conflict resolution, and practice applying those tools in conflict scenarios. Presented by Alternatives to Violence Project, a program of Friends for a NonViolent World (FNVW)
  • Reimagining Community Safety II: Active Bystander Intervention Training (Jefferson)

    Discover how to tackle conflict in new ways that provide positive outcomes. Having gained tools to address difficult situations, you will have the opportunity to practice alternative strategies that lead to peaceful resolution. Training, practice and a belief in one’s power to transform a situation can change the outcome from negative to positive. In this class we will focus on active engagement and practice bystander interventions that will make your community safer. Prerequisite: Reimagining Community Safety I.
  • Reimagining Differences I: Who Are You? (Jefferson)

    Social tension and discord abound. Sometimes our differences seem to be the problem. We can develop tools for resolving our differences nonviolently and create positive relationships with those around us. Participation in this class will provide strategies that apply to all levels of relationship, from personal disagreements to larger community issues. Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) provides the tools needed to solve conflicts nonviolently. You will gain understanding of transforming power, learn about basic tools for conflict resolution, and practice applying those tools in real life scenarios. Presented by Alternatives to Violence Project, a program of Friends for a NonViolent World (FNVW)
  • Reimagining Differences II: Finding Common Ground (Jefferson)

    If you want to view relationships in new ways that provide positive outcomes, sign up for this class. In this interactive workshop you will learn and practice strategies that help you find common ground and build consensus while tackling tough situations. Training, practice and a belief in one’s power to transform a situation can make new options available. Prerequisite: Reimagining Differences I Presented by Alternatives to Violence Project, a program of Friends for a NonViolent World (FNVW)
  • Understanding Somali Culture (South)

    A class designed for those who want to learn about Somali Minnesotans. Whether you are an employer, health care professional, educator, student, or just an interested neighbor and community member, this course will give you insight about the culture, practices, and way of life of Somali Minnesotans. Each week a different aspect of Somali culture will be discussed.