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  • Astronomy for City Dwellers (Southwest)

    Discover our place in the universe, ancient celestial navigation, sky legends, black holes, exo-planets, fun with aliens and your true sun sign. Make a Star Wheel and learn about local star parties and family telescopes. Children 7 and up welcome to register with an adult. Bonus outdoor laser-guided sky tour tbd. *During in-person classes participants must wear a face covering, maintain social distancing, complete an At-Home Daily Health Assessment, and follow all COVID protocols of the site. Participants with any signs of illness are to stay home. If class is full, please enroll for the waitlist. We will contact you if a space becomes available.
  • Automotive Maintenance Basics (Southwest)

    NOTE: THIS CLASS HAS BEEN PUSHED BACK ONE WEEK AND WILL NOW RUN 10/5 TO 11/23. Identify the functions and maintenance of different motor vehicle parts. Become familiar under the hood of your own car, weather permitting. *During in-person classes participants must wear a face covering, maintain social distancing, complete an At-Home Daily Health Assessment, and follow all COVID protocols of the site. Participants with any signs of illness are to stay home. If class is full, please enroll for the waitlist. We will contact you if a space becomes available.
  • Bike: Basic Maintenance (Roosevelt)

    Learn bike anatomy, wheel removal, tire and tube replacement, bike cleaning, chain lubrication technique with a professionally-trained Hub Bike Co-op mechanic. Class meets at the Hub Bike Cooperative, 3016 Minnehaha Ave. Register online or call 612.668.4828. No discounts. Bring your own bike to work on and wear clothes you will not mind getting dirty. Participants will get 10% off shop supplies/tools day after class. Course intended for students with little or no bicycle maintenance experience. Class participants must wear a face covering, maintain social distance and take a home health assessment prior to coming to class. All in-person classes will follow current COVID-19 safety protocols.
  • Bike: Complete Tune Up (Roosevelt)

    The course consists of two 3-hour sessions. The class is a mix of lecture, demonstration, and hands-on skills development as you learn the basics of a bicycle tune-up. Class topics include: wheel anatomy and basic truing, hub cone adjustments, brake and derailleur adjustments, and basic drivetrain maintenance. Bring your own bike to work on and wear clothes you won’t mind getting dirty. PLUS, students in this course get 10% off shop supplies/tools the day after class! Class meets at the Hub Bike Cooperative, 3016 Minnehaha Ave. Register online or call 612.668.4828. No discounts. Class participants must wear a face covering, maintain social distance and take a home health assessment prior to coming to class. All in-person classes will follow current COVID-19 safety protocols.
  • Bike: Fix A Flat (Roosevelt)

    We will go over the tools needed to fix your flat, how to identify its cause, and techniques for making the whole process quick and painless. Bring your bike to practice on and wear clothes that you won’t mind getting dirty. Class meets at the Hub Bike Cooperative, 3016 Minnehaha Ave. Register online or call 612.668.4828. No discounts. Class participants must wear a face covering, maintain social distance and take a home health assessment prior to coming to class. All in-person classes will follow current COVID-19 safety protocols.
  • Biking: Winter Riding (Roosevelt)

    Take the mystery out of winter bicycling. Spend time discussing the equipment and techniques that will get you out riding more in the winter months, as well as clothing and nutrition choices that will help improve comfort. Whether you are a seasoned winter riding veteran or just thinking about giving it a try, stop in to get prepared! Class meets at Hub Bike Co-op, 3016 Minnehaha Ave. Class participants must wear a face covering, maintain social distance and take a home health assessment prior to coming to class. All in-person classes will follow current COVID-19 safety protocols. .
  • Climbing Your Family Tree (Waite Park)

    Branch out and explore your family tree. Did you inherit a shoe box full of photos and family newspaper articles and are unsure of how to start your search? Learn what free and subscription based resources are available, as well as local facilities that collect family/historical data.
  • Dog Obedience 1: Life Skills for Dogs 6 Months + (Lake Harriet)

    Work with your dog on basic life skills using a rewards based learning style. Learn commands such as sit, stay, come and down, as well as how to walk nicely on a leash, not jump-up and impulse control. 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.
  • Dog Obedience 1: Life Skills for Dogs 6 Months + (Southwest)

    NOTE: Class begins Oct 4th, (a date change was made after the brochure was printed). Teach your dog useful behaviors for living in your home while learning to use proven dog- and family-friendly positive reinforcement-based methods. Instructor will need to see your dog’s current vaccination records, including Rabies, Bordetella and DHLP vaccination certificates on the first night of class. The entire family is welcome, children must be accompanied by an adult. One dog per adult. Teach your dog sit, down, loose leash walk, come, sit for greeting, drop it, leave it, and a couple of fun and useful tricks. *During in-person classes participants must wear a face covering, maintain social distancing, complete an At-Home Daily Health Assessment, and follow all COVID protocols of the site. Participants with any signs of illness are to stay home. If class is full, please enroll for the waitlist. We will contact you if a space becomes available.
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  • House Detective: How to Research Your Home's History (Roosevelt)

    Peel back secrets for tracking down all aspects of your home's history from the architects and builders, past residents and period photographs. During the second class you can bring your home research findings and any stumbling blocks you encountered to share with the class. No class November 2. *During in-person classes, participants must wear a face covering, maintain social distancing, complete an At-Home Daily Health Assessment, and follow all COVID protocols of the site. Participants with any signs of illness are to stay home. If class is full, please enroll in the waitlist. We will contact you if a space becomes available. 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, you will provide you with the Zoom link.