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					                               2012 Fall aCtivities
3301 Silver Lake Road • St. Anthony, MN 55418 • www.stanthony.k12.mn.us • 612-706-1166
        TABLE OF CONTENTS - CLASS LOCATIONS

table OF COntents
Adult Basic Education                     Page 3
Adult Enrichment                          Page 6-7
Adults With Disabilities                  Page 4
                                                          COmmunity serviCes missiOn statement
Adult Recreation                          Pages 4-5
                                                          The mission of Community Services is to provide all residents lifelong learning
Senior Citizens                           Pages 8-11      opportunities through educational, recreational, social, and cultural programs
Youth Activities                          Pages 12-17     and activities.
Youth Employment                          Page 13
Aquatics Program                          Pages 18-19     COmmunity serviCes advisOry COunCil
Early Childhood Services                  Page 20         The Community Services Advisory Council meetings are open to the public.
Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE)   Pages 21-22     They are held the first Thursday in September, November, February, and April
                                                          at 7:00 p.m. in the St. Anthony Village Community Center.
Early Childhood Health &                  Page 20
Developmental Screening                                   Council members are committed to providing all residents lifelong learning
School Readiness Program                  Page 20         opportunities through educational, recreational, social, and cultural programs
                                                          and activities. Various community organizations are represented on this
Preschool & School Age Care Programs      Pages 23-24
                                                          council.
Sports Boosters                           Page 25
Facility Use & Rental                     Page 25
Registration Information                  Page 26         COmmunity serviCes Class lOCatiOns and addresses:
Registration Forms                        Page 27
                                                          Community Center                            Highview Middle School
Halloween Carnival                        Page 28         3301 Silver Lake Road N.E.                  2300 Seventh Street N.W.
                                                          St. Anthony                                 New Brighton
                                                          612-706-1166                                651-621-6700
neighbOring COmmunity                                     Fridley Community Center                    Peak Performance
eduCatiOn PrOgrams                                        6085 Seventh St. NE                         2210 Silver Lake Road N.E.
                                                          Fridley                                     New Brighton
These cooperative programs support the mission
                                                          763-502-5104                                651-631-2379
of St. Anthony- New Brighton Community Services
to provide lifelong opportunities for residents           Fridley High School                         St. Anthony High School
to gain additional skills or pursue new interests         6000 Moore Lake Dr. W.                      3303 33rd Ave. N.E.
through adult education courses.                          Fridley                                     St. Anthony
                                                          763-502-5600                                612-706-1100
Columbia Heights Community Education                      Fitness Crossroad                           Wilshire Park Elementary
763-528-4517 • www.colheights.k12.mn.us                   2912 Pentagon Drive N.E.                    3600 Highcrest Road N.E.
Fridley Community Education                               St. Anthony                                 St. Anthony
763-502-5100 • www.fridley.k12.mn.us                      612-788-1100                                612-706-1200
Mounds View Community Education                           Hansen Park
651-621-7410 • www.moundsviewschools.org                  1555-5th Street NW
                                                          New Brighton
Northeast Community School
612-627-3058 • www.mplscommunityed.com
Roseville Community Education                             It is the St. Anthony New Brighton School District’s policy to provide equal
651-604-3766 • www.isd623.org/commed                      education opportunity for all students and to provide equal employment
                                                          opportunity for all employees. The district does not discriminate in
Spring Lake Park Community Services
                                                          admission, treatment, employment or access to its programs or activities.
763-786-1338 • www.splkpark.k12.mn.us
New Brighton Parks & Recreation                           In addition, the School District does not unlawfully discriminate on the
651-635-2130 • www.newbrightonmn.gov                      basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status,
                                                          parental status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, sexual
                                                          orientation or age.


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                                                                                                ADULT BASIC EDUCATION

St. Anthony-New Brighton School District’s Community Services Department, in cooperation with Mounds View Community Education,
offers full-service Adult Education (ABE) programming for all area residents free of charge.

high sChOOl diPlOma                         adult eduCatiOn sKills                           ged Classes & testing
COmPletiOn                                  Improve your writing, reading, and math          Classes will prepare you for the General
Study with the help of an instructor        skills for the workplace, a job search,          Education Development (GED) tests by
and earn the credits and competencies       helping your children with homework,             improving your math, writing, reading,
needed for a high school diploma.           or for personal growth.                          and test taking skills. Learn test taking
                                                                                             strategies and work with a career
Adults proceed through competency-                                                           counselor to develop a career action
based courses on an individual basis and                                                     plan.
work at their own pace. Experimental        Family learning PrOgram (FlP)
learning from such activities as military   This program is for parents who wish to          GED testing is held weekly at Pike Lake
service, employment, parenting,             earn their High School Diploma (not GED)         Education Center. Upon successful
and volunteer services is identified,       and have at least one child between 6            completion of the tests, a GED diploma
documented, and evaluated to satisfy        weeks and five years of age.                     is awarded.
elective credits.                           Call 651-621-7410 for more information.
                                                                                             Appointments are required for both
                                                                                             registration and for testing! Call
                                                                                             651-621-7410.




                                               adult english language Classes 2012-2013
                                               St. Anthony-New Brighton School District is pleased to provide free English language
                                               classes for the adults in our community.
vOlunteer OPPOrtunities
                                               English as a Second Language classes are held at:
We are looking for caring volunteers who       St. Anthony Community Center, 3301 Silver Lake Road.
are comfortable working with adults            Classes are held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday , 1:00—3:30 p.m.
and willing to invest their time and
                                               If you have any questions about these classes, please feel free to call. We look forward
experience with adult students. Daytime
                                               to helping you with your educational needs!
and evening tutoring opportunities are
                                               Call now to register at 651-621-7410.
available.

Training is required for tutors and is
provided by the Minnesota Literacy
Council.
                                               taKe a steP tOward yOur Future
For more information, please call us at
651-621-7410!                                  Are you interested in pursuing a college education?
                                               Would you like to increase your confidence in the basic skills of reading, math, and
                                               writing in order to pass post secondary placement tests?
                                               Are you ready to work with a career counselor to design a career plan suited to your
                                               interests and abilities?
                                               The Adult Education Program of Mounds View Public Schools is eager to help you
                                               prepare for your future educational experiences in college. We offer FREE courses.
                                               Give us a call at 651-621-7410 so we can help you prepare for a successful transition
                                               to college!
                                               Our website is: www.moundsviewschools.org/comm_edu/adult_programs.asp




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         ADULT RECREATION
Kettlebell-age 18+                                 tbC-tOtal bOdy COnditiOning               yOga
The Russian kettlebell has forever altered         Cathi morse                               michael
the landscape of American fitness, with
                                                   TBC is the complete, total-body workout   ledman
the breakthrough system for achieving
astonishingly rapid yet consistent gains in        that combines cardiovascular and          Come explore
muscle strength, explosive power, energy, and      strength training (toning) exercises.     this ancient
functional performance with a single, simple       Half of each TBC session is dedicated     exercise system
tool. The kettlebell is now becoming the           to increasing cardiovascular endurance    that strengthens
favored fitness training for busy men, women,      through fun and easy aerobic              the body while
elite athletes, and those simply wishing to        movements. The other half is devoted      calming and
attain their highest possible level of physical    to increasing muscle endurance and        focusing the mind.
excellence, well being, and are eager to stay      strength with your own body resistance    Learn how to
strong, toned, and vibrantly young. Check          and free weights. Please bring a mat to   take these basic
with your cardiologist or orthopedist before       class. Free weights of 2-3 pounds and a   exercises into
starting this challenging class if necessary.      resistance band are highly recommended    your daily life to
Certified Kettlebell Instructor Roxanne            for all participants.                     strengthen and tone your body, improve
Altmeyer, RKC, gives you the perfect beginner                                                circulation, lower blood pressure, and
mix of follow-along kettlebell drills to rapidly   Time: 6:00-7:00 p.m.                      help relieve stress. All classes include
burn off unwanted pounds and build a sleek         Location: Community Center, Gym           classic Hatha or stretching, breathing
new you! Wear loose fitting clothes and bring                                                practices, and a guided relaxation/
water. Training is done in bare feet. A limited    4115-F12A - Mondays only                  meditation. Please dress in comfortable
number of bells will be available to use, bring    September 10-December 17                  clothes, and bring a mat, towel or rug for
your own if you have them!                         Fee: $75                                  floor work.

Wednesdays only-5:15-6:15 p.m.                      4116-F12A - Wednesdays only              Days: Thursdays
Wilshire park multi purpose Room                   September 12-December 19                  Time: 8:00-9:15 p.m.
4024-F12A                                          (no class November 21)                    Fee: $40
September 5-October 17                             Fee: $70                                  Location: Wilshire Park, Cafeteria
Fee: $94
                                                   4117-F12A Mondays & Wednesdays            4201-F12A September 13-October 25
4024-F12B                                          September 10-December 19                  (no class September 27 & October 18)
October 31-December 19                             (no class November 21)
(no class November 21)                             Fee: $130.50                              4201-F12B November 8-December 13
Fee: $94                                                                                     (no class November 22)

FRidays only-5:45-6:45 p.m.                                                                  Days: Wednesdays
Community Center Gym                                                                         Time: 4:30-5:30 p.m.
4025-F12A                                                                                    Fee: $48
September 7-October 19                             Zumba                                     Location: Wilshire Park, Cafeteria
Fee: $94                                           This fun, energetic
                                                                                             4201-F12C September 12-October 17
4025-F12B                                          workout combines
November 2-December 21                             Latin rhythms and
                                                                                             4201-F12D October 31-December 12
(no class November 23)                             dance with easy-to-
                                                                                             (no class November 21)
Fee: $94                                           follow fitness moves.
                                                   Shake up your routine
Wednesdays & FRidays                               and try something
Wednesday - 5:15-6:15 p.m.                         new! Once you have registered, you will
                                                                                             adults with develOPmental
Wilshire Park Multi Purpose Room                   pick-up your pass at Fitness Crossroad.
                                                                                             disabilities
Fridays - 5:45-6:45 p.m.
Community Center Gym                               4900-F12A                                 Interested in activities especially
                                                   Wednesdays, 10:45 a.m.                    designed for adults with developmental
4026-F12A
                                                   Thursdays, 6:45 p.m.                      disabilities? For more information or
September 5-October 19
                                                   Purchase a 10 punch pass for $90 to be    to request a brochure listing classes
Fee: $126
                                                   used by December 27, 2012.                and activities, call Community Bridge
4026-F12B                                                                                    651-748-7437.
October 31-December 21                                                                       Contact person: Cheryl Gysbers
(no class November 21 & 23)                                                                  http://communityeducation.isd622.org
Fee: $126

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                                                                                                           ADULT RECREATION
                                                                                   hOOla hOOPing
    tai’ Chi Ch’uan                                                                diane Gusek
    michael ledman
                                                                                   Get a great workout while toning your waist, thighs,
    For centuries the Chinese have practiced Tai’ Chi Ch'uan for health,           and abs with the hoop. The specially designed four-
    as a martial art, and a means of exercise and self-development. See            pound exercise hoop targets your waistline and core
    for yourself how the slow movements of this art can help reduce                area and is a great cardiovascular exercise too! This
    the effects of stress and improve your fitness, flexibility, balance,          fun class includes balance, strength, and flexibility
    concentration, and health. Come explore a shortened 31 posture                 using the hoop. Hoops are provided during the
    Sun styled Tai Chi Ch’uan form designed to help support and                    class and are available for purchase for $15.00 from
    strengthen joints that may be damaged by arthritis, gout, or other             instructor.
    joint problems. Other progressive forms are also taught. This is an
    excellent, low-impact, non-contact physical fitness program that's             Day: Monday
    ideal for all adults.                                                          Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
                                                                                   Fee: $23
    4013-F12A                                                                      Location: Community Center Multi Purpose Room
    Wednesdays, October 17-December 12
    (no class November 21)                                                         4030-F12A
    7:00-8:00 p.m.                                                                 September 24
    Fee: $64
    Community Center, Multi Purpose Room                                           4030-F12B
                                                                                   November 26



    OPen vOlleyball
    Join us Sunday evenings for co-rec volleyball. New teams
    are formed each week. No pre registration is necessary; it is
    on a first-come, first-serve basis.                                            exerCises FOr Pain Free living
                                                                                   anna evans
    Sundays, September 23-December 16
    (no Volleyball November 25)                                                    Join us for an eight week session of gentle exercises
    7:00-9:30 p.m.                                                                 designed to increase function and help eliminate
    Fee: $5 walk-in fee                                                            musculoskeletal pain. Be prepared to work either
    St. Anthony High School, Gym                                                   bare foot or in socks and wear comfortable clothing
                                                                                   that you can easily move around in. Please bring
                                                                                   a yoga mat or a towel to the weekly group classes.
                                                                                   In addition to the eight week group class, you will
                                                                                   receive a private postural assessment prior to the
    Adult Pick-uP BAsketBAll                                                       start of the group sessions. The instructor will
                                                                                   contact you to schedule a time for the assessment.
    New teams are chosen each week “pick-up” style.                                Anna Evans is a Postural Alignment Specialist and is
    Doors open at 6:45 p.m. but come early and be ready                            certified by Egoscue University.
    to start playing by 7:00 p.m. A code of conduct has
    been established to promote sportsmanship, fair                                4028-F12A
    play, and mutual respect among players. Photo ID                               Mondays, September 10-November 5
    is required. Fitness Crossroad members are able to                             6:30-7:30 p.m.
    attend FREE!
                                                                                   4028-F12B
    4000-F12A                                                                      Tuesdays, September 11-October 30
    Sundays, November 4-December 16                                                9:30-10:30 am
    (no Basketball November 25)
    7:00-9:00 p.m.                                                                 Fee: $180
    Fee: $30 for 6 weeks or $8 walk-in each week                                   Location: Community Center Multi Purpose Room
    St. Anthony High School, Gym




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        ADULT ENRICHMENT

                                                                                              are yOu a CarbOhydrate
                                       Janelle is a spiritual life coach, certified Jikiden
                                       Reiki practitioner, and certified life activation      addiCt?
abOut the instruCtOr:                  practitioner with the Modern Mystery School.           Gerri Bakun Rn, Ba
Janelle Klander                        She has a deep passion to help people                  Are you a carbohydrate addict? Do you
                                       discover their path through healings, classes,         have a hard time stopping once you start
                                       and workshops.                                         to eat bread, pasta, or sweets? Do you tend
                                                                                              to gain weight easily or, if you lose weight,
                                                                                              gain it back again? If you answered “yes”
basiCs OF meditatiOn                            intuitiOn develOPment                         to any of these questions, this may be the
                                                                                              class for you! In this class, we will examine
Janelle Klander                                 Janelle Klander
                                                                                              the causes of carbohydrate cravings and
Learn the history of meditation, the            We all have natural intuitive gifts.          discuss effective strategies, including menu
different techniques, and how to integrate      Sometimes we embrace it and other             plans and nutritional supplements, to help
it into your modern life.                       times we hide it and stick with our logic.    eliminate cravings and put you in control
                                                Learn when to use your logic, when to         of your eating and your weight for life!
3703-F12A                                       trust your intuition. The instructor will
Wednesday, September 19                         walk you through exercises you can            3170-F12A
6:30-8:00 p.m.                                  do at home to improve your innate             Monday, September 17
Fee: $15                                        intuitive gifts.                              6:30-8:30 p.m.
Community Center, Room CS9                                                                    Fee: $46
                                                3705-F12A                                     Community Center, Room CS9
                                                Tuesday, September 25
                                                6:30-8:30 p.m.                                Gerri Bakun RN is a Registered Nurse
                                                Fee: $17                                      and a Certified Nutrition and Wellness
                                                Community Center, Room CS9                    Consultant.




                                                                                              natural health and healing
                                                                                              with theraPeutiC grade
JOyFul mOvement
                                                                                              essential Oils
danCe Class                                                                                   debra larson
Janelle Klander
                                                relaxatiOn teChniques tO                      Imagine living pain free! Therapeutic
We go about our days holding stresses in        reduCe stress                                 grade essential oils can lessen
certain areas of our body. We are unable                                                      inflammation, improve circulation, and
to let our bodies move the way they             Janelle Klander
                                                                                              relieve muscle and joint discomfort.
want to and have fun. This is a free-form       Stress can cause pain, illness, and           Come and learn how to improve your
movement class where the instructor will        disease in our bodies. Stress is what         immune system and quality of life by
lead you through the beginning then you         happens when we let fears and negative        using the healing properties of these oils
are able to move the way you want to the        emotions take control of our reactions.       without negative side effects. Learn the
music. This is a non-judgmental, safe place     There is hope! Learn techniques to deal       difference between a cosmetic/perfume
to let go and experience joy. You will not      with life’s situations and take home          grade essential oil and a therapeutic
learn a dance move. This is designed for        exercises that you can do in your own         grade essential oil and how only the
those who have no experience. Think of it       home to ease stressful situations.            therapeutic grade is of medicinal value.
as meditative dancing.                                                                        You will be able to experience the use of
                                                3707-F12A                                     therapeutic grade essential oils and how
3706-F12A                                       Wednesday, October 17                         they can induce healing for any ailment.
Tuesday, October 9                              6:30-8:00 p.m.
6:30-8:00 p.m.                                  Fee: $15                                      3708-F12A
Fee: $15                                        Community Center, Room CS9                    Monday, October 22
Community Center, Multi Purpose Room                                                          6:30-8:00 p.m.
                                                                                              Fee: $10
                                                                                              Community Center, Room CS9


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                                                                                                            ADULT ENRICHMENT

    hOt new trends FOr KitChen and bath                                    basiCs OF CPr
    remOdeling                                                             The initial actions done by bystanders in a
    ann Haws                                                               cardiac arrest are very important to a person’s
                                                                           chances of survival. The St. Anthony Fire
    Come and discover hot new trends in kitchen and bath
                                                                           Department will teach you the
    remodeling. We will discuss materials for cabinetry,
                                                                           practical skills needed to help save
    countertops, and flooring. Topics will include layout, design,
                                                                           a life. You will learn the basics of
    European styles, “green”, and much more. Whether you are
                                                                           adult hands-only CPR and AED
    doing the work yourself or using a contractor, this class is for
                                                                           use. There is no test or certificate
    you. Class is taught by St. Anthony resident, Ann Haws who
                                                                           issued with this training. This class
    owns Mindful Kitchens.
                                                                           is supported by a grant from the
                                                                           MRC – Minnesota Resuscitation
    3121-F12A
                                                                           Consortium.
    Wednesday, October 10
    7:00-8:30 p.m.                                                          Dates:                      Morning times:       Evening times:
    Fee: $10
                                                                            Monday, September 10        10:30-11:30 a.m.     6:30-7:30 p.m.
    Community Center, Room CS9
                                                                            Thursday, October 11        10:30-11:30 a.m.     6:30-7:30 p.m.
                                                                            Thursday, November 15       10:30-11:30 a.m.     6:30-7:30 p.m.
                                                                            Monday, December 10         10:30-11:30 a.m.     6:30-7:30 p.m.


    windOws & siding                                                       Free – Please call 612-706-1166 to register.
                                                                           Community Center, Room CS9
    COnsidering new windOws and siding?
    Understand the various options available to homeowners.
    Learn the terminology, various product types, general cost
    comparisons, proper installation procedures, and warranties.
    Determine how you can save money and evaluate the right
    product for your home. Gain knowledge about windows and
    siding before you begin building or updating your current
    residence. Frank is co-owner of North Central Builders, a              sexual assault and PersOnal saFety
    36-year-old business specializing in exteriors. Samples of
    different products will be available so you can compare the            Don’t be a victim! Learn how to recognize a potential threat and
    differences. Participants have found his knowledge and this            what to do when that threat is eminent. St. Anthony’s Police Chief
    class to be helpful. NO products will be sold or endorsed.             John Ohl and Sergeant Jon Mangseth will teach you strategies
    Don't miss this class!                                                 that will help you avoid becoming a victim. Youth are welcome
                                                                           to register and attend with a parent or guardian. Please be
    3159-F12A                                                              aware that explicit language and scenarios will be part of this
    Thursday, September 20                                                 class.
    6:30-8:30 p.m.
    Fee: $10                                                               Tuesday, October 16
    Community Center, Room CS9                                             7:00-8:00 p.m.
                                                                           Free – Please call 612-706-1166 to register.
                                                                           Community Center, Multi Purpose Room




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        SENIOR CITIZENS

seniOr CitiZen event Card                                                                    hOme ChOre helP FOr seniOr
Senior Citizen Event Cards are available for senior citizens (age 60 and older) who live     CitiZens
in St. Anthony -New Brighton School District. They can be obtained at the Community          The Student Employment Program provides
Services Office, 3301 Silver Lake Road, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday              all senior citizens living in St. Anthony-New
through Friday. This card can be used for attendance at school performances (such as         Brighton School District an opportunity to
band concerts, theatrical performances, musical activities and athletic events) free of      hire students to help with yard maintenance,
charge, unless a sellout is anticipated.                                                     lawn mowing, moving furniture, light
                                                                                             cleaning, window washing, house cleaning,
Senior citizens (age 60 and older) who live in St. Anthony-New Brighton School District      snow shoveling, and more. The suggested
can receive a 10% discount when registering for classes unless specified otherwise.          minimum salary is $4.50 per hour (special
Discounts are not valid with other discounts and do not apply to senior citizen classes,     rates are available for those who qualify). A
trips, or special events.                                                                    student must be paid for a minimum of one
                                                                                             hour when hired for a job. Senior citizens
                                                                                             are responsible for payment directly to the
PinOChle                                     sCrabble                                        student.
Join in the fun.                             Join us for the fun and challenging game
                                                                                             Students from New Brighton, Roseville, St.
Mondays, on-going                            of Scrabble. Fee includes coffee.
                                                                                             Anthony Middle School, and St. Anthony
1:00-3:30 p.m.                               Sign up for this group by calling
                                                                                             Village High School who are interested in
Small prize fee                              612-706-1166.
                                                                                             working for senior citizens have registered
Landings Silver Lake Village
                                                                                             with Northwest Youth and Family Services.
2501 38th Ave. N.E.                          Fridays, on-going
                                             1:00-3:00 p.m.
                                                                                             Senior citizens interested in hiring a student
                                             $.75 per week
Cribbage                                     Community Center, Lobby
                                                                                             should call Northwest Youth and Family
                                                                                             Services at 651-486-3808 ext. 3451 Monday
Tuesdays
                                                                                             through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
1:00-3:30 p.m.
$.75 per week plus prize
                                             bunCO
money to be determined by                    Bunco is a social dice game involving 100%
group                                        luck and no skill, just scoring, a simple set   Free health insuranCe
Community Center, Room CS9                   of rules, and a SMILE. The object of the        COunseling FOr
                                             game is to accumulate points and to roll        seniOr CitiZens
                                             certain combinations. Call Community            Community Services is a
euChre                                       Services at 612-706-1166 the day before to      Health Insurance Counseling
                                             sign up.                                        Site for Medicare beneficiaries
Tuesdays, on-going
1:00-3:30 p.m                                                                                and their caregivers, who
                                             1st, 3rd, 5th Tuesdays of the month             reside within St. Anthony-New Brighton
Small prize fee
                                             9:30-11:00 a.m.                                 School District.
Autumn Woods Apartments
                                             $.75 per week plus prize money to be
2600 Kenzie Terrace
                                             determined by group                             A State-certified Health Insurance
                                             Community Center, Lobby                         Counseling staff or volunteer is available
                                                                                             the 3rd Monday of each month from 1:00-
                                                                                             4:00 p.m. to assist with: understanding
bridge FOr Fun                               hand ‘n FOOt                                    basic Medicare and Medical Assistance,
Join us for social bridge once a             Hand 'n Foot is an exciting card game           choosing a Medicare supplement,
week and meet new friends. The               played with strategy and wit. Volunteers        choosing a Medicare Part D plan, ensuring
fee includes coffee and small                will be available to teach you the game.        proper processing of Medicare and Medical
cash prizes. Call 612-706-1166               Call Community Services at 612-706-1166         Assistance claims, assisting with health
to get the name and telephone                the day before to sign up.                      insurance forms, and assessing long-term
number of the Bridge registration                                                            care insurance as an option. Call 612-706-
volunteer.                                   1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month               1166 for your free, one-hour appointment.
                                             September-May
Wednesdays, on-going                         10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
12:30-3:30 p.m.                              $.75 per week, prize money will be              need a ride?
$1.25 per week                               determined by the number of players             N.E. Senior Services provides rides for
Community Center, Lobby                      Community Center, Room CS9                      seniors or disabled adults to the grocery
                                                                                             store, medical and other appointments.
                                                                                             For more information call 612-781-5096

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                                                                                                             SENIOR CITIZENS

hOme ChOre helP FOr seniOr
CitiZens                                          basiCs OF CPr
The Student Employment Program                    The initial actions done by bystanders in a cardiac arrest are very important to a
provides all senior citizens living in St.        person’s chances of survival. The St. Anthony Fire Department will teach you the
Anthony-New Brighton School District an           practical skills needed to help save a life. You will learn the basics of adult hands-only
opportunity to hire students to help with         CPR and AED use. There is no test or certificate issued with this training. This class is
yard maintenance, lawn mowing, moving             supported by a grant from the MRC – Minnesota Resuscitation Consortium.
furniture, light cleaning, window washing,
house cleaning, snow shoveling, and more.           Dates:                      Morning times:         Evening times:
Join us to learn more about this program            Monday, September 10        10:30-11:30 a.m.       6:30-7:30 p.m.
and how to get the help you need to                 Thursday, October 11        10:30-11:30 a.m.       6:30-7:30 p.m.
maintain your home.
                                                    Thursday, November 15       10:30-11:30 a.m.       6:30-7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, September 18                               Monday, December 10         10:30-11:30 a.m.       6:30-7:30 p.m.
10:00-11:00 a.m.
Free - Please call 612-706-1166 to register.      Free – Please call 612-706-1166 to register.
Community Center, Room CS9                        Community Center, Room CS9




 Over 50 and Fit                               qigOng FOr all ages                               gentle yOga
 Enjoy fitness while                           michael ledman
                                                                                                 michael ledman
 having fun. Classes                           Come explore the Chinese art of Qigong.
                                                                                                 Gentle Yoga strengthens the body while
 are low impact and                            This practice aligns breath, movement,
                                                                                                 calming and focusing the mind. Learn
 designed for people                           and exercise while helping to balance ones
                                                                                                 how to take this slower, gentler version of
 over 50 years old. The                        qi (chi) or intrinsic life energy. Qigong
                                                                                                 Yoga into your daily life to strengthen and
 program combines                              practice involves rhythmic breathing,
                                                                                                 tone your body, improve circulation, lower
 aerobic routines and                          coordinated with slow stylized repetition
                                                                                                 blood pressure, and help relieve stress.
 stretching exercises                          of fluid movement, and a calm mindful
                                                                                                 Classes include breathing practices and
 for one hour. It is                           state. Learn ten simple movements, taught
                                                                                                 modified stretches to fit everyone, even
 self-paced, safe, and will make exercising    piece by piece, to help restore vitality to
                                                                                                 those who prefer to remain seated on a
 a regular part of your health care. Wear      your body while calming and focusing your
                                                                                                 chair. Please dress in comfortable clothes
 comfortable clothing and tennis shoes.        mind. All fitness and age levels welcome.
                                                                                                 and bring a mat, towel, or rug for floor
 Please bring an exercise mat if you have      Everyone can practice these simple
                                                                                                 work. All fitness levels are welcome.
 one. The instructor donates her time to       movements to enhance their life.
 hold class on Fridays, so participants have   Days: Thursdays
                                                                                                 5020-F12A
 the opportunity to attend class three days    Time: 10:30-11:15 a.m.
                                                                                                 Fridays, October 12-December 14
 weekly but only pay for Mondays and           Fee: $38.50
                                                                                                 (no class November 23)
 Wednesdays.                                   Location: Community Center Multi
                                                                                                 10:30-11:15 a.m.
 Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday,              Purpose Room
                                                                                                 Fee: $49.50
                                                                                                 Location: Community Center, Multi
 5000-F12A                                     5022-F12A
                                                                                                 Purpose Room
 September 10-November 2                       September 6-October 18
 9:00-10:00 a.m.
 Fee: $56                                      5022-F12B
 Community Center Gym                           November 1-December 20
                                               (no class November 22)
 5000-F12B
 November 5-December 21
 (no class November 23)
 9:15-10:15 a.m.
 Fee: $49
 Community Center Multi Purpose Room


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                                                deFensive driving 55 +:                          deFensive driving 55 +:
                                                                                                 reFresher COurse
                                                eight hOur COurse
                                                                                                 minnesota safety Council
                                                 Improve your driving skills, and if you're 55
                                                or older, get a discount on your personal        If you have taken a state approved eight-
                                                auto insurance. The Defensive Driving            hour Defensive Driving Course (55+),
                                                Course, developed by the National Safety         you can renew your 10%, three-year car
                                                Council, teaches basic crash prevention          insurance discount by taking the state-
                                                techniques and has a proven record of            approved, four-hour refresher course.
Fall is in the air!                             reducing traffic violations and incidents.       There's no driving and no test. You will
                                                                                                 receive a certificate of completion to
                                                The class consists of lecture, films and
You are invited to join us for a Fall                                                            provide to your insurance company. Please
                                                discussions. There is no behind-the-wheel
Bingo Party.                                                                                     include your driver's license number when
                                                driving and there are no tests.
Refreshments - Bingo - Prizes                                                                    registering. If you are 50-54 years old, you
                                                5301-F12A                                        need to check with your own insurance
Monday, October 29                                                                               company regarding a senior citizen
1:30-3:00 p.m.                                  Wednesday & Thursday, September 5 & 6
                                                5:30-9:30 p.m.                                   discount. Refresher course pre-requisite:
St. Anthony Community Center                                                                     successful completion of state approved
$3.00                                           Fee: $25
                                                Location: Community Center                       eight-hour course.
Paying in advance will reserve your
seat. Tickets will also be sold at the                                                           Fee: $22
door until capacity is met. Space                                                                Location: Community Center
is limited! Stop by the Community
Center at 3301 Silver Lake Road to pay                                                           5300-F12A
in advance to reserve your seat.                                                                 Wednesday, October 3
                                                                                                 5:30-9:30 p.m.

                                                                                                 5300-F12B
                                                                                                 Monday, December 3
st. anthOny                                                                                      8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

seniOr CitiZen                                   the new lOng term Care                          intrOduCtiOn tO mediCare
                                                 COnsultatiOn requirement
hOliday Party                                    In October 2011, the Minnesota legislature
                                                                                                 an Overview
                                                                                                 This presentation reviews what is covered
Monday, December 10                              amended Statute 256B.0911. The                  by Parts A, B, C and D of Medicare, as
12:00 noon                                       amendment requires, with few exceptions,        well as available Medicare supplement
St. Anthony Community Center                     any individual or couple contemplating          options. The enrollment process and
$6.00                                            a move to assisted living to first have         options for enrollment in Medicare will be
A non-perishable food donation                   a telephone consultation with Senior            discussed along with the personal costs of
for the local food shelves would be              Linkage Line and obtain a verification          the program. We will address the donut
greatly appreciated.                             code from them to provide to the chosen         hole and eligibility for extra help with
                                                 assisted living facility. The class will        prescription drug costs. Recent changes
Join us for a holiday celebration!               provide information and answer questions        to Medicare as a result of recent health
A delicious pasta luncheon will be               about this new law.                             care reform will be reviewed as well as
served and lively music will be played                                                           examples of Medicare fraud and abuse. We
by Jolly Jammers!                                Wednesday, September 12                         will introduce the services of the Senior
                                                 1:00-2:00 p.m.                                  LinkAge Line® that include assistance
Pre-registration and payment is                  Free – Please call 612-706-1166 to register.    making personal comparisons using the
required by Monday, December 3.                  Community Center, Activity Room                 Medicare.gov website and the Health Care
In-person or mail-in registrations are                                                           Choices booklet, published by the MN
taken at Community Services 3301                                                                 Board on Aging.
Silver Lake Road.
                                                                                                 Wednesday, September 26
For more information, call                                                                       10:30-11:30 a.m.
612-706-1166.                                                                                    Free – Please call 612-706-1166 to register.
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                                                a PerFeCt wedding at the Old                     Chanhassen dinner theatre-
                                                lOg theater                                      bye bye birdie
                                                A man wakes up in the bridal suite on his        When Elvis-like rock & roll star Conrad
                                                wedding morning to find an attractive girl       Birdie is about to be inducted into the
                                                in the room. His bride-to-be arrives to dress    Army, the teen nation is united by a
                                                for the wedding and, in the ensuing panic,       national publicity contest where Birdie
tOur OwatOnna state                             the girl is locked in the bathroom. The          will bid a typical American teenage girl
                                                crisis escalates to nuclear levels by the time   goodbye with an all-American kiss live
OrPhanage museum
                                                the mother of the bride and others arrive.       on "The Ed Sullivan Show." A satire done
lunCh at hubbell hOuse                          This rare combination of riotous farce and       with the fondest affection, Chanhassen
Visit Fireside Orchard Enjoy lunch at           touching love story has provoked waves           Dinner Theatres breathes new life into this
the famous Hubbell House restaurant             of laughter across Europe and America.           Broadway Tony-Award winning musical of
located in an historic building in quaint       Please indicate your luncheon selections         the '60s. Bye Bye Birdie and its theme of
Mantorville. The decor and atmosphere           when registering: chicken breast, smoked         parents and teens will still resonate with
is something out of the late 19th century.      pork chop, Walleye Pike Almandine,               audiences of today. Registrations due by
After lunch, we will travel to Owatonna         beef stroganoff, or vegetarian lasagna.          November 1.
for a tour of the Minnesota State Public        Registrations due by October 1.
School Orphanage Museum. Our tour will                                                           5277-F12A
include a presentation by Harvey Ronglien       5276-F12A                                        Wednesday, November 28
(Ward of the State 1932-1945), tour of          Thursday, October 18                             Fee: $82 includes lunch, performance, and
Cottage 11, a restored boys’ cottage, and       Fee: $62 includes lunch, performance, and        transportation
an opportunity to watch videos and hear         transportation                                   Depart: 9:30 a.m.
stories told by those who lived this history.   Depart: 10:00 a.m.                               Approximate Return: 5:15 p.m.
On our way home, we will stop at the            Approximate Return: 4:30 p.m.
Fireside Orchard, just in time for the fall
harvest.
                                                it’s a wOnderFul liFe at the                     avalOn tea rOOm & shOPPing
Please indicate your lunch choice when          Festival theatre in st. CrOix                    Experience the nourishing, time honored
registering. Roast sirloin of beef or Hubbell   Falls wisCOnsin                                  tradition of afternoon tea at the Avalon
baked chicken. All entrees will include         It’s Christmas Eve and George Bailey is          Tearoom and Pastry Shoppe. The custom
a baked potato, Hubbell House salad,            ready to give up. Facing arrest for bank         of afternoon tea is centuries old, yet the
vegetable, fresh baked roll, and beverage.      fraud after being set up by the greedy Mr.       finer points of this graceful tradition have
Registrations due by August 21.                 Potter, George is deeply troubled despite        been forgotten in the blur of our fast-paced
                                                his many selfless deeds. Heaven assigns          lives. The Avalon Tearoom recaptures
5272-F12A                                       Clarence (Angel Second Class) to help            the ambience of a
Thursday, September 13                          George in his darkest hour. This production      quieter era when good
Fee: $59 includes lunch, tour, and              will warm your heart, just as the original       conversation is shared
transportation                                  Frank Capra movie did in 1946. We will           over delicate foods
Depart: 9:45 a.m. upper parking lot             stop for lunch at Eichten’s Bistro in Center     and a rejuvenating
Approximate Return: 6:00 p.m.                   City on our way to St. Croix Falls. You will     cup of tea. Please
                                                have the opportunity to order off their          indicate your luncheon
                                                lunch menu which includes tasty soups,           selections when
                                                wraps, sandwiches, and their famous              registering: chicken
                                                bison burger. Lunch is on your own (plan         salad croissant, quiche,
                                                on approximately $10-15 for lunch).              or pasta salad. Before
                                                Snacks and beverages will be available           tea, enjoy walking around and shopping in
                                                for purchase during intermission. Motor          downtown White Bear Lake. Registrations
                                                coach transportation and performance are         due by January 2.
                                                included in the price. Registrations due by
                                                November 1.                                      5279-W13A
                                                                                                 Tuesday, January 15
                                                5278-F12A                                        Fee: $45 includes lunch and transportation
                                                Thursday, December 6                             Depart: 9:15 a.m.
                                                Fee: $49 includes performance and                Approximate Return: 2:45 p.m.
                                                transportation
                                                Depart: 11:00 a.m.
                                                Approximate Return: 5:30 p.m.

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                                                      Parent/Child sewing Class
                                                      ages 10-14
                                                      In this class your child will learn to sew a professional looking pillow and other
                                                      small projects. With the instructor’s help and your guidance, your child will learn
                                                      the basics of sewing, giving them the confidence to start sewing other projects.
                                                      Participants will need to bring their sewing machine and basic sewing supplies
                                                      including material for the pillow. This class will be fun for both parent and child. The
                                                      instructor will contact you the week before class to verify the items you will need.

                                                      2355-F12A
watCh me draw-grades K-5                              Thursdays, September 13-October 4
                                                      6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Learn to draw this fall with Watch Me Draw!
                                                      Fee: $40
Take home a finished masterpiece each
                                                      Community Center, Activity Room CS19
week showcasing new techniques and
exciting themes using a variety of mediums.
We'll show you the "HOW-TO" of drawing
so you'll have the "CAN-DO" confidence for
all your art! See how texture and color can
change a drawing from great to fantastic!
                                                      sCienCe at wOrK – ages 1-5
Create a tessellation inspired art piece
just like the artist M. C. Escher. Transform a                               Join Mad Science® for after school fun with interactive, hands-
snowboarder into an Olympic champion,                                        on activities that get you revved up about science. Experience
and create a landscape with rushing waters                                   Science at Work in the Mad Science crime lab and the Mad
as a hungry bear tries to catch a fish for                                   Science movie effects studio. Use science to figure out how toys
dinner. Develop your own style while                                         work. Discover science working in nature through earthquakes
mastering techniques in both drawing and                                     and storms! Make science work for you as you manipulate
coloring. Have loads of creative fun making                                  magnetic and electrical forces. Learn about science working in
the coolest art around - YOURS!                       your mouth and put it to the test – the Taste Test! Take home your Cartoon Creator,
                                                      Personal Profile Kit, Yo-Yo, Sedimentary Stacker, Taste Test Kit, Magnet Lab, Firefly
3:40-4:40 p.m.                                        Circuit, and UV Sensitive Keychain.
Fee: $69
Wilshire Park, Cafeteria                              2358-F12A
                                                      Tuesday, October 2-November 20
Wednesdays                                            3:40-4:40 p.m.
September 19-October 24                               Fee: $110
2103-F12A                                             Wilshire Park, Cafeteria

November 14-December 19
2103-F12B


                                                      engineering: CraZy aCtiOn COntraPtiOns
                                                      This class has all NEW projects! If you love legos, making things move, building
                                                      and experimenting – this class is for you. Learn about engineering and the physical
                                                      science principles behind different action machines. Working in teams, students will
                                                      build high-performance contraptions that spin, stretch, speed or spring into action.
                                                      Have fun while you learn the principles of mechanical engineering and simple
                                                      machines. Make battle tops, zip lines, and other crazy contraptions.

                                                      2356-F12A
                                                      Grades K-3
                                                      Thursday & Friday, October 18 &19
                                                      9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
                                                      Fee: $75.00
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FutuRa spanisH pResents:
sPanish yOu Can use!                                                                      Cheer Camp
                                                                                          Be a junior Cheerleader! You will work in small
Vamos con la familia y Vamos con la música
                                                                                          groups with high school cheerleaders to learn
(Let’s go with family and Let’s go with music!)
                                                                                          school cheers. Junior Cheerleaders will cheer
                                                                                          at the Friday, September 21 home football
Futura Language Professionals invites you to join us on two exciting
                                                                                          game. Everyone will have fun whether they are a
Spanish adventures! In the fall class, ¡Vamos con la familia! (Let’s go with
                                                                                          beginner or have had experience cheerleading.
family!), Dani and Beto “visit” their extended family in the fascinating
country of Peru. Students learn adjectives, clothing, and family related
                                                                                          Register by September 7 to receive a t-shirt
vocabulary while delving into the Peruvian culture. After
                                                                                          (youth sizes).
break, we continue on our adventure staying with a friend in
the vibrant and enchanting city of Buenos Aires in Argentina
                                                                                          2506-F12A
with ¡Vamos con la música! (Let’s go with music!) In this
                                                                                          Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & cheer Friday
dynamic and interactive class environment, students will
                                                                                          September 18-21
learn music and school related vocabulary along with useful
                                                                                          3:40-4:40
phrases in Spanish. Put on your thinking caps, because each
                                                                                          Fee: $45
week will be packed full of USEful SPANISH!
                                                                                          Wilshire Park, Gym
Days: Thursdays
Time: 3:40-4:40 p.m.
Location: Wilshire Park, Cafeteria
Register for both sessions and save!
                                                                                          yOga Calm
2076-F12A
October 4- April 4                                                                        Yoga calm is a research-supported wellness
(no class Oct. 18, Nov. 22, break Dec.13-Jan. 31)                                         and learning preparedness curriculum
Fee: $235                                                                                 designed to meet the needs of children and
                                                                                          teens by integrating fitness, social/emotional
2076-F12B                                                                                 skills development and cognitive learning.
October 4-December 6                                                                      Activities include stress reduction techniques,
(no class Oct. 18, Nov. 22)                                                               yoga-based movement, mindfulness, social/
Fee: $138                                                                                 emotional learning activities, relaxation and
                                                                                          storytelling techniques. The curriculum is based
2076-W13A                                                                                 on five principles: strength, grounding,listening,
February 7- April 4                                                                       community and stillness.
Fee: $138
                                                                                          2531-F12A
                                                                                          Monday, September 17-October 29
                                                                                          3:40-4:45 pm
Robotics:                                                                                 Fee: $105
                                                                                          Willshire Park, Room TBD
staR WaRs impeRial DRoiDs
Star Wars, Robotics and Engineering! Using the "Micro Scout" Lego
Mindstorm Robotics System's microcomputer for the brain of your droids.
Use the built-in light sensor, motor and sound to bring your droids to life.              yOuth emPlOyment PrOgram
Create familiar Star Wars droids or use the Force to create droids of your                Do you want a chance to earn money working
own. In this exciting hands-on class, students will be working in                         with area senior citizens? Northwest Youth &
pairs and using the Robotic Mindstorms Droid and Darkside                                 Family Services is looking for students ages
developer kit to build and experiment with imperial models.                               12 and up to work in their Senior Home Chore
Learn about robotics and engineering as we build the base                                 Program doing house cleaning, lawn care,
models, then customize your droid.                                                        gardening, shoveling, and more! Hourly pay is
                                                                                          determined by age.
2357-F12A
Grades 2-6                                                                                For more information call Northwest Youth &
Thursday & Friday, October 18 &19                                                         Family Services at 651-486-3808 ext. 3451
12:30-3:30 p.m.
Fee: $75.00
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Karate Pre-Karate                                advanCed Pre-Karate                             yOuth Karate-ages 7-10
ages 4-6                                         ages 4-6                                        lynda Crimmens
Chris Johnson                                    Building on the skills learned in Pre-Karate,   Shotokan Karate-Do is a traditional
                                                 children will continue to build strong          Japanese Style of martial art emphasizing
Provide your child with a chance to
                                                 bodies, mental focus, respect, confidence,      both mental and physical discipline. Karate
explore karate in a small, low-key group.
                                                 discipline and character. They build self       will help you improve mental and physical
This class will focus on fun activities that
                                                 esteem while being challenged with              health; build stamina, strength, flexibility,
help develop balance, coordination, and
                                                 traditional Karate training. Martial Arts       and coordination; develop self-confidence,
confidence; an opportunity to interact
                                                 training builds a strong foundation that can    calmness, patience, and self-discipline; and
with adults and children in a new setting;
                                                 easily be applied in academics, sports, arts    reduce stress.
and learn Japanese words and culture.
Five and six year olds in this class will have   and social settings outside the dojo. Must
                                                 have successfully completed Pre-Karate.         Days: Mondays
a chance to prepare for early entry into the
                                                                                                 Time: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
youth karate class.
                                                 Days: Wednesdays                                Fee: $49 (no discount)
                                                 Time: 6:15-7:00 p.m.                            Location: Peak Performance
Days: Wednesdays
Time: 5:30-6:15 p.m.                             Fee: $49 (no discount)
                                                 Location: Peak Performance                      2511-F12A
Fee: $49 (no discount)
                                                                                                 August 20-October 1
Location: Peak Performance
                                                 2520-F12A                                       (no class Sept. 3)
2510-F12A                                        August 29-October 3
                                                                                                 2511-F12B
August 29-October 3
                                                 2520-F12B                                       October 8-November 12
2510-F12B                                        October 10-November 14
                                                                                                 2511-F12C
October 10-November 14
                                                 2520-F12C                                       November 19-January 7
                                                 November 21-January 9 (no class Dec. 26)        (no class Dec. 24 & 31)
2510-F12C
November 21-January 9 (no class Dec. 26)
                                                                                                 taeKwOndO
                                                                                                 ages 6 tO adult
Karate
ages 11 years-adult                                                                              Chau truong
Shotokan Karate-Do is a traditional                                                              Taekwondo is a popular modern day sport
Japanese Style of martial art emphasizing                                                        and martial art. Students will learn self-
both mental and physical discipline. Karate                                                      defense, forms, and olympic-style sparring
will help you improve mental and physical                                                        in a family friendly atmosphere. Classes
health; build stamina, strength, flexibility,                                                    will also focus on developing fitness,
and coordination; develop self-confidence,                                                       discipline, and confidence. Adults and
calmness, patience, and self-discipline;                                                         children ages 6 and up of any skill level
and reduce stress as well as give you the                                                        are welcome. The instructor, Master Chau
opportunity to make lifelong friendships                                                         Truong of Minnesota Family Taekwondo
and learn self-defense.                                                                          will offer an opportunity for students to
                                                                                                 purchase an optional uniform for $30. Off-
Days: Wednesdays                                                                                 site promotional testing is held periodically
Time: 7:00-8:00 p.m.                                                                             at an additional fee. Testing is not
Fee: $55 (no discount)                                                                           mandatory to continue on with this class.
Location: Peak Performance                                                                       Students will move at their individual pace.

4601-F12A                                                                                        Days: Tuesdays
August 29-October 3                                                                              Times: 5:30-6:45 p.m.
                                                                                                 Fee: $60
4601-F12B                                                                                        Location: Community Center,
October 10-November 14                                                                           Multi Purpose Room

4601-F12C                                                                                        2049-F12A
November 21-January 9 (no class Dec. 26)                                                         September 11-October 23

                                                                                                 2049-F12B
                                                                                                 October 30-December 11
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                                                                                               sOCCer agility training-ages
Soccer Mini caMp ageS 3-7                                                                      7+
A great introduction to the fun and exciting game of soccer! Learn basic soccer skills,
                                                                                               Developed for youth ages 7+ who are
rules and strategies. This is a great camp for those kids just learning to play soccer or
                                                                                               looking to take their game to the next
kids that need another season of skill development before registering for the In-house
                                                                                               level! Players will participate in drills
league.
                                                                                               and games to improve their overall
                                                                                               fitness, coordination, explosiveness,
                                                                                               and quickness. Players will develop ball
ages 3 & 4 year olds                             ages 5, 6 & 7 year olds                       control, foot reaction, balance, timing,
2208-F12A - Tuesdays & Thursdays                 2207-F12A - Tuesdays & Thursdays              flexibility, and endurance.
August 14-August 30                              August 14-August 30
5:30-6:15 p.m.                                   6:15-7:15 p.m.                                2209-F12A - Tuesdays & Thursdays
Fee: $49                                         Fee: $49                                      August 14-August 30
Hansen Park                                      Hansen Park                                   7:15-8:15 p.m.
                                                                                               Fee: $49
2208-F12B - Saturdays                            2207-F12B - Mondays                           Hansen Park
September 8-October 13                           September 10-October 15
10:00-10:45 a.m.                                 6:15-7:15 p.m.                                2209-F12B - Mondays
Fee: $49                                         Fee: $49                                      September 10-October 15
Hansen Park                                      Hansen Park                                   7:15-8:15 p.m.
                                                                                               Fee: $49
2208-F12C - Mondays
                                                 2207-F12C - Thursdays                         Hansen Park
September 10-October 15
                                                 October 25-December 6 (no camp Nov. 22)
5:30-6:15 p.m.
                                                 6:45-7:45 p.m.                                2209-F12C - Thursdays
Fee: $49
                                                 Fee: $49                                      October 25-December 6 (no camp Nov. 22)
Hansen Park
                                                 Highview Middle School, Gym                   7:45-8:45 p.m.
2208-F12D - Thursdays                                                                          Fee: $49
October 25-December 6 (no camp Nov. 22)          2207-F12D - Saturdays                         Highview Middle School, Gym
6:00-6:45 p.m.                                   October 27-December 8 (no camp Nov. 24)
Fee: $49                                         9:15-10:15 a.m.
Highview Middle School, Gym                      Fee: $49
                                                 Highview Middle School, Gym
2208-F12E - Saturdays
October 27-December 8 (no camp Nov. 24)                                                          COmPetitive winter sOCCer
8:30-9:15 a.m.                                                                                   ages 8+
Fee: $49
                                                                                                 Experienced soccer players will work to
Highview Middle School, Gym
                                                                                                 enhance their overall fitness, coordination,
                                                                                                 and explosiveness through conditioning,
                                                                                                 plyometrics, strength exercises, and agility
                                                                                                 training. Players will develop their skills and
                                                                                                 learn tactical strategies. Game play will be
                                                                                                 incorporated into each day.

                                                                                                 Fee: $49
                                                                                                 Location: Highview Middle School, Gym

                                                                                                 Ages 7-10
                                                                                                 2219-F12A Saturdays
                                                                                                 October 27-December 8 (no camp Nov. 24)
                                                                                                 10:15-11:15 a.m.

                                                                                                 Ages 11-14
                                                                                                 2220-F12A Saturdays
                                                                                                 October 27-December 8 (no camp Nov. 24)
                                                                                                 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.



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yOuth danCe
Jenny Hansell                                                                                    gymnastiCs
A variety of dance classes are available for girls and boys from three years old through fifth   Classes focus on tumbling, balance beam,
grade. Children should wear comfortable clothing or leotards and tights. Tap and ballet          vaulting, and uneven parallel bars. Body
shoes are needed for all classes and will be on sale at the first class.                         awareness and correct body positions
Days: Mondays                                                                                    are emphasized. Instruction is tailored to
Dates: September 10-December 3 (no class Oct. 22 & Nov. 19)                                      the participant’s age and ability. Please
Fee: $85                                                                                         wear comfortable clothing (leotards
                                                                                                 preferred, but not necessary, no tennis
hOP-n-tOts (3 year Olds)                          JaZZ, taP, & ballet
                                                                                                 shoes or jeans.) Girls are encouraged to
Through the use of rhythm instruments,            This is an exciting program where              pull long hair back away from their face
scarves, and pom-poms, boys and girls             children will learn jazz, tap, and ballet.     and shoulders. For safety reasons, parents
will learn and create dances. The class           Grade 1                                        and spectators are welcome to observe the
increases coordination, strength, and a           2521-F12A                                      FIRST and LAST gymnastics class.
sense of rhythm as children move to music.        3:45-4:30 p.m
Simple movement to ballet and tap will be         Wilshire Park, Cafeteria                       Days: Tuesdays
introduced. Participants must be 3 years or                                                      Dates: November 13-December 18
older to register for this class.                 Grade 2                                        Location: Community Center, Gym
                                                  2522-F12A
2512-F12A                                         3:45-4:30 p.m.
5:30-6:15 p.m.                                    Wilshire Park, Multi Purpose Room
Wilshire Park, Multi Purpose Room                 Grades 3-5
                                                  2519-F12A                                      tiny tumblers
                                                  6:15-7:00 p.m.                                 ages 4 & 5 years
Creative danCe with taP                           Wilshire Park, Multi Purpose Room
                                                                                                 Participants will be exposed to basic skills
(age 3 & 4 year Olds)                                                                            and gymnastic apparatus.
                                                  Kinder danCe with taP
Creative Dance is a fun-filled program that
                                                  (Kindergarten Only)
offers an introduction to ballet, tap, jazz,                                                     9800-F12A
and creative movement.                            Creative Dance is a fun-filled program         6:30-7:15 p.m.
                                                  that offers an introduction to ballet, tap,    Fee: $52
2518-F12A                                         jazz, and creative movement.
2:15-3:00 p.m.                                                                                   beginning gymnasts
                                                  2514-F12A
Community Center Multi Purpose Room
                                                  6:15-7:00 p.m                                  Beginning Gymnasts will work on rolls,
                                                  Wilshire Park, Cafeteria                       cart wheels, and support on the bars.
Creative danCe with taP                                                                          Participants will also learn to walk forward
(age 4 & 5 year Olds)                             Parent/Child danCe                             and backward on the balance beam.
                                                  (8 mOnths-3 years Old)
entering Kindergarten 2012-2013                                                                  9801-F12A
                                                  This is an intro to dance for your tykes.
Creative Dance is a fun-filled program that                                                      7:15-8:00 p.m.
                                                  It will get both you and your child up
offers an introduction to ballet, tap, jazz,                                                     Fee: $52
                                                  moving and grooving. This class requires
and creative movement.
                                                  parent involvement. The last day of our
                                                                                                 advanCed beginning
                                                  class will be a showcase day to show your
2513-F12A
                                                  family and friends what you have learned       gymnasts
5:30-6:15 p.m
                                                  in this fun parent/child class.                Advanced Beginners will work on
Wilshire Park, Cafeteria
                                                                                                 handstands and front limbers, and hip
                                                  2523-F12A                                      circles on the bars. Jumps and rolls on the
bOys danCe Class                                  Mondays                                        balance beam will be introduced. Students
We are considering hosting an all boys            September 10-December 3                        must be able to perform the skills of a
dance class during our winter/spring              (no class Oct. 22 & Nov. 19)                   beginning gymnast.
session. Please call Community Services           2:15-3:00 p.m.
at 612-706-1166 if you know a boy(s) who          Fee: $80                                       9802-F12A
would be interested in this class.                Community Center, Gymnasium                    8:00-9:00 p.m.
                                                                                                 Fee: $60
                ReGistRation FoR Fall danCe lessons
               BeGins monday, auGust 13 at 8:00 a.m.


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                                                                                                          YOUTH ACTIVITIES


 Private instrumental music lessons
 Grades 5-12
 Lessons will be one-half hour in length once a week. Due to staff schedules, we cannot reschedule or issue refunds for lessons
 missed by students. Instructors will reschedule lessons they have cancelled.
 Location: High School Music Area
                                                                         trOmbOne & baritOne with brian KnaPP
 Paula Pettis’ Flute studiO                                              Saturdays
 Tuesdays                                                                September 22-December 8
 September 18-December 4                                                 (no class Oct. 20 & Nov. 24)
 Fee: $228                                                               Fee: $190
 3:15-3:45 p.m.        2024-F12A                                         10:00-10:30 a.m.           2004-F12A
 3:45-4:15 p.m.        2024-F12B                                         10:30-11:00 a.m.           2004-F12B
 4:15-4:45 p.m.        2024-F12C                                         11:00-11:30 a.m.           2004-F12C
                                                                         11:30 a.m.-12 p.m.         2004-F12D
                                                                         12:00-12:30 p.m.           2004-F12E
                                                                         *Saturday lessons take place in the Community Center.
                                                                         Enter at the north entrance.


                                                                         brass lessOns with marty lestOCK
 musiC lessOns with Kayla shaFer
                                                                         Tuesdays
 Kayla teaches all instruments to Middle School students.                September 18-December 4
 She teaches clarinet and piano to all levels.                           Fee: $228
 Mondays                                                                 4:30-5:00             2351-F12A
 September 17-December 3                                                 5:00-5:30             2351-F12B
 Fee: $223                                                               5:30-6:00             2351-F12C
 3:00-3:30 p.m.            2029-F12A                                     6:00-6:30             2351-F12D
 3:30-4:00 p.m.            2029-F12B
 4:00-4:30 p.m.            2029-F12C                                     Wednesdays
 4:30-5:00 p.m.            2029-F12D                                     September 19-December 5
 5:00-5:30 p.m.            2029-F12E                                     4:30-5:00             2351-F12E
 5:30-6:00 p.m.            2029-F12F                                     5:00-5:30             2351-F12F
 6:00-6:30 p.m.            2029-F12G                                     5:30-6:00             2351-F12G
 6:30-7:00 p.m.            2029-F12H                                     6:00-6:30             2351-F12H


                                                                         PerCussiOn lessOns with mathew sOlaCe
                                                                         If interested in lessons with Mathew, please call the
                                                                         Community Service office for available dates and times at
                                                                         612-706-1166.




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         AQUATICS

st. anthOny POOl                                 3303 33rd Ave. NE, St. Anthony                    aquatiCs
                                                                                                   Please read class descriptions carefully
The St. Anthony swim program provides complete instructional and recreational                      to properly place your child in the
swimming for all ages with exceptional certified staff.                                            appropriate level.
                                                                                                   •   Please remove street shoes before
OPen & laP swim inFOrmatiOn                          OPen & laP swim Fees:                             entering the pool area.
Children under age seven must be                     $3.00 Adults                                  •   Participants may enter the pool area
accompanied by an adult in the water. Call           $2.00 Youth / Senior Citizens                     and be seated on the benches until
the Aquatics Activity Line for updates and           $10 Family                                        called by the instructor.
pool closures at 612-706-1177.                                                                     •   Parents and visitors must remain in the
                                                     *Family is defined as up to two adults and        observation area during class.
                                                     their dependent children living in the same   •   Please use the restroom before class.
OPen swim
                                                     household. You may be asked to show           •   All swimmers must fully shower before
December 8-February 9                                proper verification.                              class and after using restroom.
(closed Dec. 22 & 29)
                                                                                                   $79 Small Group classes
Saturdays                                            Daily fees are collected at the door.         Eight 30 minute lessons
11:45-1:15 p.m.
                                                                                                   $67 Parent & Child, Guppies, and Level 1-6
                                                                                                   Eight 30 minute lessons
POOl Passes                                          laP swim
Annual pool passes are available for                 September 17-December 13                      small grOuP Classes
unlimited use at the St. Anthony pool.               (closed Oct. 18 & Nov. 22)                    These classes are designed for students
Pool Passes must be purchased in advance             Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays                  who wish to take lessons in a smaller
at: St. Anthony Community Services, 3301             6:00-7:30 a.m.                                group with low instructor to student ratio.
Silver Lake Road, 612-706-1166
                                                                                                   Classes will be divided up by ability level.
                                                                                                   Small group classes give the instructor the
Annual Pass       Resident       Nonresident
                                                                                                   availability to offer more individualized
Adult             $115           $139
Youth             $89            $115                adult water POlO                              attention to students as they learn skills
                                                     age 16 +                                      and strokes with confidence. Students will
Senior            $89            $115
                                                                                                   also be able to excel at their own rate and
Family            $259           $310                 Play this Olympic sport by doing drills,     work towards the next level.
                                                     learning techniques and using strategy to
                                                     score! It is fun, challenging, and a great
WateR aeRoBiCs                                                                                     Private lessOns
                                                     workout! To participate you must be able
                                                     to tread water and swim the front and back    One-on-one private lessons are available
Everyone is welcome, whether you are
                                                     crawl stroke. Beginners and experienced       for students who want to refine swimming
looking for cross training, injury rehab,
                                                     players encouraged to register.               skills or want individualized instructions.
prenatal or postnatal exercise, arthritic-
                                                                                                   These classes are for all ages and abilities.
fibromyalgia, or multiple sclerosis friendly
                                                     7402-F12A                                     Times can be pre-arranged to fit your
activities. Enjoy the benefits of this aerobic
                                                     Mondays, September 17-December 17             schedule. For more information and
workout that uses the resistance of water
                                                     7:00-9:00 p.m.                                registration, call 612-706-1172. Please
to increase cardiovascular endurance
                                                     Fee: $70                                      provide at least three days and times
and burns calories by working both large
                                                     Drop in and play for $6.00.                   that work for you. Lessons will be set
& small muscle groups without putting
                                                     St. Anthony Pool                              up according to instructor and pool
extra pressure on joints. Stretching and
                                                                                                   availability.
relaxation exercises are also included to
tone, strengthen and increase flexibility.
                                                                                                   $79-three 30-minute lessons
Swimming is not a required skill to
                                                                                                   $126-six 30-minute lessons
participate.

7400-F12A
Mondays, December 3-January 14                                                                     sPeCialiZed swim instruCtiOn
(no class Dec. 24 & 31)                                                                            Our specialized swim instruction is
6:00-7:00 p.m.                                                                                     intended to provide a safe and inclusive
Fee: $25                                                                                           learning environment for students with
Drop-In fee:                                                                                       mild disabilities. Please call 612-706-1172
$6.00 per class, payable at the pool.                                                              to discuss any special needs.
St. Anthony Pool

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                                                                                                                      AQUATICS
Parent & Child - ages 6 mOs-5 years
                                                                                               sessiOn i
Enjoy swimming with your child and build swimming readiness while emphasizing
fun and safety in the water. Snug fitting plastic pants required over water pants or           Thursday, September 20-November 15
“little swimmers” – NO DIAPERS. This program is for children with little or no water           (no class Oct. 4)
experience who may be reluctant to enter the water. Children will be exposed to basic          Guppies           6:15-6:45 pm 7005-F12A
water adjustment and safety skills. Adults will learn important safety skills for working      Level 1           6:15-6:45 pm 7007-F12A
with children in an environment where children and adults can bond and practice skills         Level 2           6:55-7:25 pm 7008-F12A
including: water entry, bubble blowing, kicking, floating, underwater exploration and          Level 3           6:55-7:25 pm 7009-F12A
more. Children must be accompanied in the water by an adult.                                   Level 4           7:35-8:05 pm 7010-F12A
                                                                                               Level 5           7:35-8:05 pm 7011-F12A
                                                                                               Level 6           7:35-8:05 pm 7014-F12A
guPPies - ages 3-5 years                                                                       Small Group 8:15-8:45 pm       7016-F12A
Children will expand their basic swimming skills. Skills include kicking, bobbing,
underwater exploration, bubble blowing and breathing, front and back floating with
face in the water and with arm movements, beginner stroke, proper entries and use of a
life jacket.                                                                                   sessiOn ii
                                                                                               Saturdays, September 22-November 10
                                                                                               Small Group 8:00-8:30 am      7016-F12B
level 1 - ages 4-7 years                       level 2                                         Guppies        8:40-9:10 am   7005-F12B
For children having little formal              Swimmers will build independence in the         Level 1        8:40-9:10 am   7007-F12B
instruction. The purpose of this class         water. Skills include: float on front and       Level 2        9:20-9:50 am   7008-F12B
is to help build students’ excitement          back, perform front and back glides with        Level 3        9:20-9:50 am   7009-F12B
and comfort in the water. Skills               recovery, roll over from front to back and      Level 4        9:20-9:50 am   7010-F12B
include kicking, bobbing, underwater           back to front, swim 15 feet on front and
exploration, front and back floating and       back, submerge entire head, submerge
gliding with face in the water and with        and retrieve an object, tread water using
arm movements, beginner strokes on             arm and leg motions, swim using a life          sessiOn iii
front and back using arm and leg actions,      jacket and more. Prerequisite: Guppies
proper entries, and swim using a life          and Level 1 skills.                             Tuesdays, December 4-February 5
jacket. Prerequisite: Guppies skills.                                                          (no class Dec. 25 & Jan.1)
                                                                                               Small Group 5:00-5:30 pm          7016-F12C
                                                                                               Guppies         5:40-6:10 pm      7005-F12C
                                                                                               Level 1         5:40-6:10 pm      7007-F12C
level 3                                        level 4                                         Parent/Child 6:20-6:50 pm         7004-F12C
This class emphasizes endurance and            Swimming requirements: front crawl              Level 2         6:20-6:50 pm      7008-F12C
improving stroke proficiency. Skills           25 yards; breaststroke, back crawl, and         Level 3         7:00-7:30 pm      7009-F12C
include: rhythmic breathing, front crawl       elementary backstroke 15 yards. Skills          Level 4         7:00-7:30 pm      7010-F12C
endurance, jumping and diving into             include: diving, surface dives, tread water,    Level 5         7:40-8:10 pm      7011-F12C
deep water, tread water, submerge and          survival float and more. Prerequisite:          Level 6         7:40-8:10 pm      7014-F12C
retrieve an object, survival float and         Level 3 skills.
more. Prerequisite: Level 2 skills.

                                                                                               sessiOn iv
level 5                                        level 6
                                                                                               Saturdays, December 8-February 9
Swimming requirements: front crawl             Students develop good fitness habits,           (no class Dec. 22 & 29)
50 yards; breaststroke, back crawl,            polish strokes to swim with more ease,          Small Group 8:10-8:40 am         7016-F12D
and elementary backstroke 25 yards;            efficiency, and power over greater              Guppies         8:50-9:20 am     7005-F12D
butterfly, and sidestroke 15 yards.            distances. Swimming requirements:               Level 1         8:50-9:20 am     7007-F12D
Skills include: diving, surface dives, flip    front crawl 100 yards; breaststroke,            Level 2         9:30-10:00 am    7008-F12D
turns, survival swimming and more.             back crawl, and elementary backstroke           Level 3         9:30-10:00 am    7009-F12D
Prerequisite: Level 4 skills.                  50 yards; butterfly, and sidestroke 25          Parent/Child 10:10-10:40 am      7004-F12D
                                               yards. Skills include: fitness training, flip   Level 4         10:10-10:40 am   7010-F12D
Youth leaders age 12 or older who have         turns, swimming while clothed, survival         Level 5         10:50-11:20 pm 7011-F12D
completed Level 5 are encouraged to            swimming, water safety skills and more.         Level 6         10:50-11:20 pm 7014-F12D
consider the Water Safety Instructor           Swimmers will be able to swim 500 yds
Aide/Lifeguard Preparation Training            continuously. Prerequisite: Level 5 skills.
apprentice course.

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        EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES

2012-2013 eCFe advisOry COunCil                                                          wanted! Children birth tO
Are you interested in serving on a council which advises St. Anthony-New Brighton        Kindergarten
School District’s Early Childhood Programs? Are you looking for an opportunity           Please be sure all of your children are
to be involved in your school district? Join the ECFE Advisory Council! The Early        included on the School District 282 census.
Childhood Family Education (ECFE) Advisory Council meets on the second Tuesday           Call 612-706-1166 to enroll your babies,
from September to May to advise the Early Childhood staff regarding ways to enrich       toddlers, and preschoolers on the census.
the services provided to families and children. Dinner is served to families from        Register by phone or request a form by mail.
5:30-6:00 p.m. and free childcare is available for Advisory Council parents from         When the time comes, we will send you
6:00-7:00 p.m. during the meeting. It is the philosophy of St. Anthony-New Brighton      notification of upcoming Early Childhood
Community Services to encourage parent involvement and representation from all           Screening dates. This information also
early childhood programs. Call 612-706-1166 to volunteer!                                helps our school district plan for your future
                                                                                         students.




Free early ChildhOOd health and develOPmental sCreening                                 sChOOl readiness PrOgram
What is Early Childhood Screening?                                                      What is School Readiness ?
The early childhood years from birth to the start of kindergarten are an important      It is a service designed to prepare you and your
time of rapid learning and growth. Early Childhood Screening is a quick and simple      child for entry into Kindergarten by connecting
check of how children are doing between the ages of 3 to 5 years. It identifies,        you with various resources.
at an early stage, possible learning or health concerns so that children can get
the help they need before starting school. Early Childhood Screening is not a           What are the requirements?
kindergarten entrance test. Early Childhood Screening is required for entrance into     Your child must be three to five years old
kindergarten in a Minnesota public school.                                              by September 1, 2012 and not attending
                                                                                        Kindergarten. Parent involvement is required
When does my child need to have the Early Childhood Screening?                          and the child must complete early childhood
The Screening is most useful when it is completed between the ages of 3 1/2 to 4        screening within 90 days from the start of
years.                                                                                  preschool.

Where is the screening held?                                                            What types of services could my child
Residents of St. Anthony-New Brighton School District will be screened at:              receive?
St. Anthony Community Center, 3301 Silver Lake Road, St. Anthony.                       •   Home visits with our parent educator
Residents of Minneapolis should call 612-668-0860 for more information.                 •   Scholarships for Preschool

Why is it required?                                                                     Assistance in finding resources such as:
The purpose of the Screening is to provide early identification of developmental        •   Adult Education
concerns. The screening includes evaluations of:                                        •   English as a Second Language
*hearing and vision                                                                     •   Nutrition information
*height and weight                                                                      •   Interpreters
*speech and cognitive development                                                       •   Special education resources
*immunization records
Parents are encouraged to schedule a screening to share and receive vital               Is there a cost?
information about their child’s development.                                            There is no charge for the services of our
                                                                                        School Readiness staff. Funding is provided by
What happens during the appointment?                                                    State Aid. You may decide to enroll your child
The child will participate in assessments that will seem like games to the child.       in other services that do have a fee, such as
Education professionals will work with each child to compile a report about the         preschool. The School Readiness staff will assist
child’s growth and cognitive development. Immediately following the screening,          you with this process. Funding is limited.
parents receive a full explanation of the results and will be advised about community
health and education services that may be helpful for the child.                        How do I sign up?
                                                                                        Call 612-706-1170 to discuss the needs of your
When is the next Screening?                                                             child.
Friday, September 28     Friday, October 19
Friday, November 16      Friday, December 14                Friday, January 25
Call 612-706-1166 to schedule an appointment.


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                                                                                    EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION
early ChildhOOd Family eduCatiOn
Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) is a program for all Minnesota                  eCFe OPen hOuse
families with children between the ages of birth to five years (before                  Thursday, September 13
kindergarten entrance). ECFE is offered through Minnesota public schools                6:00-7:30 pm
and is based on the idea that family provides a child’s first and most                  St. Anthony Community Center
significant learning environment and parents are a child’s first and most               3301 Silver Lake Road
important teachers. ECFE works to strengthen families with the goal to                  Classroom CS12
enhance the ability of all parents to provide the best possible environment
for their child’s learning and growth. At ECFE you will find a fun, informal            Come and discover what ECFE (Early Childhood
place to meet and learn with other parents. Your children will enjoy                    Family Education) is all about. Families can meet the
special time with you as well as learning and playing with others. Parents,             ECFE teachers, help their children become familiar
grandparents, and caregivers are welcome to participate in these supportive,            with the classroom, learn about the format of classes,
educational opportunities. The program is funded by a combination of                    register, complete paperwork, and submit your child’s
state aid, local levy, and participant fees. For further information, please call       immunization records. We hope to see you there!
Community Services at 612-706-1166.



                                                                              mixed ages - nOn-seParating Class
inFants-FOr Parents & newbOrns uP tO 7
mOnths Old                                                                    Thursday mornings
Parenting your infant can be both joyful and baffling. Join us                For parents and children, birth to 5 years old
to share and learn through lighthearted discussions with other                Join us for play time with your little one. Parents
parents of newborns. Discussion topics will be suggested by                   and kids who desire the fun of meeting with
parents. Join us, meet new friends, and learn new songs, games,               friends but prefer not to separate will share 75
and finger plays to charm your child.                                         minutes of interaction time in which to focus on
                                                                              classroom and group activities (45 minutes), learn Spanish
                                                                              songs, and enjoy play time in the gym (30 minutes).

tuesday evening Parenting series
For parents and children, birth to 5 years old                               mixed ages - seParating Class
                                                                             monday, tuesday, and Wednesday mornings
Tuesdays, September 18-October 9, 2012
5:30-7:00 p.m.........................CS 12                                  For parents & children, birth to 5 years old
Parents and children will experience four weeks of outdoor                   This class is for all families but is especially
playtime with varying themes. This non-separating class provides             good for those with more than one child.
dinner for registered families from 5:30-6:00 p.m. and parent-child          Siblings play with new friends while feeling
activities from 6:00-7:00 p.m. designed to enjoy the fall weather.           the security of being with a brother or sister
                                                                             during the separation time. Register each
Tuesdays, October 16-November 6                                              child separately; class fee is indicated on the
5:30-7:00 p.m.........................CS12                                   sliding fee scale. Parents pay the class fee for the first child and
Dealing with your child’s intense emotions and tantrums can be               receive a 25% discount for each additional child. Separating classes
a challenge. This separating class provides dinner for registered            follow this format:
families from 5:30-6:00 p.m. and, from 6:00-7:00 p.m., children will
                                                                             Parent and Child Together Time (30 minutes)
enjoy playtime in the classroom and gym while parents discuss
                                                                             Parents and children play and learn together during planned
strategies to prevent full-blown tantrums and ways to respond with
                                                                             activities directed by a licensed Early Childhood instructor. Fun and
gentleness and firmness.
                                                                             education merge into one during activities, art, songs, and play.
Tuesdays, November 13-December 11 (no class Nov. 20)                         Parent Education Time (75 minutes of separation)
5:30-7:00 p.m.........................CS12                                   As parents separate to the activity room for discussion about
This hybrid class provides dinner for registered families from               parenting, children enjoy playtime and a healthy snack in the
5:30-6:00 p.m. and, from 6:00-7:00 p.m., two weeks of parent-child           children’s classroom. Parents gain support and wisdom from group
activities and two weeks of separating activities. Together, families        discussions about family relationships, child development, and
will work on a service project for foster care families and engage           parenthood facilitated by a licensed Parent and Family Educator.
in a make and take toy night. On separating nights, children will            Group Activity (15 minutes)
enjoy playtime in the classroom while parents discuss parenting              Parents and children reunite in the classroom for circle time
topics and enjoy a parent game night.                                        activities.


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        EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION

mOnday:                                tuesday:                           wednesday:                         thursday:

Mixed Ages Separating                  Mixed Ages Separating              Mixed Ages Separating              Mixed Ages
1401-F12A                              1401-F12B                          1401-F12C                          Non-separating
Sept. 17-Dec. 10                       Sept. 18-Dec. 11                   Sept. 19-Dec. 12                   1506-F12A
(no class Nov. 19)                     (no class Nov. 20)                 (no class Nov. 21)                 Sept. 20-Dec. 13
9:30-11:30 a.m.                        9:30-11:30 a.m.                    9:30-11:30 a.m.                    (no class Nov. 22)
Fee A                                  Fee A                              Fee A                              9:15-10:30 a.m.
                                                                                                             Fee B
                                       Tuesday Evening
                                       Parenting Series                                                      1506-F12B
                                       Dinner provided                                                       Sept. 20-Dec. 13
                                       1508-F12A                                                             (no class Nov. 22)
                                       Sept. 18-Oct. 9                                                       11:00-12:15 p.m.
                                       5:30-7:00 p.m.                                                        Fee B
                                       Fee C
                                                                                                             Infants
                                       1508-F12B                                                             Parents & newborns
                                       Oct. 16-Nov. 6                                                        up to 7 months
                                       5:30-7:00 p.m.                                                        1101-F12A
                                       Fee C                                                                 Oct. 25-Nov. 15
                                                                                                             12:30-2:00 p.m.
                                       1508-F12C                                                             Fee: C
                                       Nov. 13-Dec. 11
                                       (no class Nov. 20)
                                       5:30-7:00 p.m.
                                       Fee C




eCFe tuitiOn sliding Fee sCale
Register each child separately; class fee is indicated on the sliding               registratiOn begins at 8:00 a.m. On
fee scale. Parents pay the class fee for the first child and receive                        mOnday, august 13
a 25% discount for each additional child (ages 9 months to pre-                         FOr early ChildhOOd Family
kindergarten). Call the Community Services office at 612-706-1166 to                        eduCatiOn Classes.
receive the discount when you register. All parents, legal guardians,
and grandparents are welcome to attend at no extra charge.
                           Fee A               Fee B              Fee C
Under $10,000              $36                 $27                $9
$10,001-$20,000            $60                 $45                $15
$20,001-$40,000            $84                 $63                $21
$40,001-$60,000            $108                $81                $27
$60,001-$80,000            $132                $99                $33
$80,001-$110,000           $156                $117               $39           eCFe One tO One and hOme visits
$110,001 +                 $180                $135               $45
Non Resident surcharge $30                     $ 22.50            $7.50         If you cannot come to an ECFE class, an instructor can
                                                                                come to you. Do you have concerns about your child’s
This Sliding Fee Scale is for residents of District 282.                        development? Are you more comfortable discussing
Non Residents: add surcharge as indicated.                                      certain things in private? A licensed Parent and Family
Scholarships are available; no one will be turned away because of an            Educator will meet with you in person or consult with
inability to pay. Scholarship information is confidential. Please call          you on the phone. These consultations are free and
612-706-1166 to learn more.                                                     can be scheduled by calling 612-706-1170.




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                                                                               PRESCHOOL AND ALL DAY PRESCHOOL

                   Preschool & All DAy Preschool
                   Our Preschool teachers are licensed in early childhood education and are highly trained and educated professionals
                   possessing the unique skills required for working with young children.
                   Our staff turnover is among the lowest in the field. We emphasize the importance of daily communication with parents/
                   guardians.
                   Our programs are administered by St. Anthony-New Brighton School District 282 and are regulated by the School Board.
                   Our facilities are safe and clean with spacious classrooms, a gymnasium, and access to three outdoor playgrounds.
                   Our Preschool curriculum is linked to St. Anthony-New Brighton School District’s elementary school curriculum to prepare
                   students—academically and socially—for Wilshire Park Elementary.




 PresChOOl (mOrning and aFternOOn)                                       all day PresChOOl ages 3-5 years
 ages 3-5 years                                                          All Day preschool offers children thirty-three months to 5
 Morning and afternoon preschool provides a creative,                    years of age a positive group experience in preparation
 age-appropriate atmosphere that allows pre-k children to                for kindergarten in a safe and nurturing environment that
 explore and learn while promoting literacy development.                 encourages exploration and learning.
 Preschool provides the social and academic experiences
 necessary to prepare children for kindergarten.                         The curriculum meets the Minnesota Early Learning
                                                                         Standards, prepares children for kindergarten, and is age
 The preschool curriculum meets the Minnesota Early                      and developmentally appropriate. Conveniently located in
 Learning Standards, prepares children for kindergarten, and             the St. Anthony Community
 is age and developmentally appropriate. Children three                  Center, All Day preschool
 years old by September 1 attend the Tuesday/Thursday                    is designed for children
 morning or afternoon program. Children four years old                   who can attend a minimum
 by September 1 attend the Monday/Wednesday/Friday                       of two days per week.
 morning or afternoon program. Preschool is located at the               The program has access
 St. Anthony Community Center and follows the Wilshire Park              to a large indoor gym
 school calendar (Preschool is not held when Wilshire Park is            and outdoor playground
 closed). Children must be three years of age by September               equipment. Registration
 1 and toilet trained to begin preschool. Registration is                is ongoing. Contact
 ongoing. Contact Community Services at 612-706-1166 to                  Community Services at
 register.                                                               612-706-1166.

 Openings still remain in the following classes which begin in           2012-2013 Rates:
 September:                                                              Full Time, $203 per week
                                                                         Part Time, $53 per day
 3-5 year olds                 4-5 year olds                             Mid Day, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
 Tuesdays & Thursdays          Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays            $40 per day
 12:45-3:15 p.m.               12:45-3:15 p.m.
 $124 per month                $170 per month




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      SCHOOL AGE CARE


School Age Care
Our curriculum meets Minnesota Early Learning Standards and is included in St. Anthony-New Brighton School District’s curriculum
review cycle.
•    Two parent/teacher conferences are provided annually in both Preschool and All Day Preschool, and at parents’ request in School
     Age Care.
•    All children in Preschool and All Day Preschool are assessed in the fall and spring.
•    Fees are all-inclusive of breakfast, lunch, snacks and field trips for All Day Preschool and School Age Care.
•    Scholarships are available on a limited basis.
•    We accept families on county assistance.
•    A $60 onetime, non-refundable registration fee is required ($100 maximum per family). Registration fee does not reduce tuition.




                                                                     sChOOl age Care
                                                                     Grades K-6
                                                                     The School Age Care program offers childcare before and after
                                                                     school, on non-school days, and in the summer for children in
                                                                     grades k-6 attending Wilshire Park, St. Anthony Middle School, or
                                                                     St. Charles Elementary. Transportation to/from Wilshire Park and
                                                                     St. Charles Borromeo is provided.

                                                                     Parents can enroll their child(ren) in one or more of the following
                                                                     periods: before school, after school, and on non-school (release)
                                                                     days. Registration is ongoing. Contact Community Services at
                                                                     612-706-1166.

                                                                     2012-2013 sChOOl year:
                                                                     Rates:
                                                                     Before School, 6:30-9:00 a.m. (includes breakfast)
                                                                     $10.50 per day
                                                                     8204-am1213

                                                                     After School, 3:30-6:00 p.m. (includes snack)
                                                                     $10.50 per day
                                                                     8204-pm1213

                                                                     After School (6th grade), 2:30-6:00 p.m. (includes snack)
                                                                     $12.50 per day
                                                                     8204-ms1213

                                                                     Non-School Days - $37 per day

                                                                     Call 612-706-1166 to learn about our drop-in rates and flexible
                                                                     scheduling options.




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                                                                                             ST. ANTHONY SPORTS BOOSTERS

                st. anthOny                                                   FaCilities
                sPOrts bOOsters                                               Community groups or individuals who want to use school
                                                                              district or city-owned facilities, fields (i.e. softball, soccer,
                www.sabOOsters.COm                                            football) or park buildings must submit a request prior to the
                                                                              desired date.
St. Anthony Village Sports Boosters is a volunteer organization,
providing a well rounded program of youth sports activities for               For more information regarding scheduling and rental, you may
the children residing or enrolled in St. Anthony-New Brighton                 stop by the Community Services office at 3301 Silver Lake Road,
School District and the surrounding area. Participation in Booster            email your request online at www.stanthony.k12.mn.us, or call
activities is available to all children regardless of ability to pay.         612-706-1166.

Administrative officers for 2012 are:                                         Rental procedures and fees can also be viewed online at
•  President, Tom Kuykendall                                                  www.stanthony.k12.mn.us/CS/facilities.html.
•  Admin. VP, Kim Nogosek
•  Secretary, Michelle Helfrey-Sullivan                                       what is available within sChOOl distriCt 282?
•  Treasurer, Hal Gray
•  Equipment VP, Eric Bloom                                                   High School / Middle School, 3303 33rd Ave. NE
•  Coaching VP, Open                                                          •  auditorium
•  Field & Facilities VP, Gary Goldsmith                                      •  cafeteria
•  Athletic Director, Troy Urdahl                                             •  classrooms
•  Past President, Gary Goldsmith                                             •  conference rooms
                                                                              •  pool
                                                                              •  gymnasiums
Visit www.saboosters.com and click on ‘Individual Sports Contact
Information’ to learn about the following youth sports:                       Wilshire Park Elementary School, 3600 Highcrest Road
•    T-Ball                                                                   •   cafeteria
•    Coach Pitch                                                              •   gymnasiums
•    Baseball                                                                 •   multipurpose room
•    Football                                                                 •   classrooms
•    Soccer
•    Softball                                                                 Community Center 3301 Silver Lake Road
•    Basketball                                                               •  meeting room
•    Volleyball                                                               •  gymnasium
•    Hockey                                                                   •  multipurpose room

                                                                              Central Park, 34th Ave. NE and Silver Lake Road

Online registration is available for all Sports                               Water Tower Park, 33rd Ave. NE and Silver Lake Road
                                                                              (use available without rental)
Boosters activities:
http://www.saboosters.com/registration.html                                   Emerald Park, 39th Ave. NE and Macalester Drive

                                                                              Silver Point Park, 29th Ave. NE and Rozelle Drive




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        REGISTRATION INFORMATION

registratiOn                                  Fee assistanCe                                  reFunds
Registration is required for all classes.     Senior citizens (age 60 and older) who          Cancellations made more than two
Registration closes two business days         live in St. Anthony-New Brighton School         business days prior to the start of
before the first day of class, unless a       District 282 will receive a 10% discount        the activity will be refunded, less $5
deadline date is noted. We continue           unless specified otherwise. Discounts are       handling fee. No refunds will be given
to take registrations when a class has        not valid with other discounts and do not       if cancellations are made within two
openings. No registration is complete until   apply to senior citizen classes, trips, or      business days prior to the start of the
the fee is paid.                              special events.                                 activity. No refunds will be made for trips
                                                                                              and tours after the registration deadline.
                                              When registering online, you will need
                                              to call the Community Services office at
are yOu in?
                                              612-706-1166 to receive your senior citizen
Assume you are in the class you registered    discount.                                       CanCellatiOns
for unless you are notified otherwise.
                                                                                              Community Services reserves the right
                                              Limited financial assistance is available for
                                                                                              to cancel any class due to insufficient
                                              School District residents who are unable to
                                                                                              enrollment. When an activity is cancelled,
                                              meet the costs of specific programs.
mail                                                                                          Community Services will make every effort
                                                                                              to contact the registrant 48 hours before
Enclose a check made payable to               Please call 612-706-1166 for more
                                                                                              the scheduled start of the activity. Full
Community Services or include your            information.
                                                                                              refunds will be given if this occurs.
Visa/MasterCard/Discover number and
expiration date.
Mail the completed form to:
Community Services
                                              uCare minnesOta                                 weather related
3301 Silver Lake Road
                                              UCare Minnesota members can receive a           CanCellatiOns
St. Anthony, Mn 55418
                                              $15 discount on one class each year. If a       Cancellations will be announced on WCCO
                                              class is less than $15, the member may take     Radio (830/AM) or call 612-706-1166 for
                                              the class free of charge. Members must          information.
Fax - 612-706-1165
                                              be on UCare at the time of registration
Include your Visa/MasterCard/Discover         and through the duration of the class(es).      If St. Anthony-New Brighton schools are
number and expiration date.                   Members need to include their UCare ID          closed, all Community Services’ classes and
                                              number when registering.                        activities will be canceled. Every effort will
                                                                                              be made to make up these classes.
                                              The discount does not apply to the
drOP bOx                                      following classes or trips: gambling trips,
A Drop Box is available on the south wall     alcohol related activities, personal fitness    register early
at the main entrance to the St. Anthony       trainers, high risk activities (sky diving,
Community Center.                             rock climbing etc.), hypnosis, and private      Many class fill quickly!
                                              lessons.
                                                                                              Fax or phone in your registration using
                                              When registering online, you will need to       your Visa, MasterCard or Discover.
in PersOn                                     call the Community Services office at 612-
Register at the Community Services office,    706-1166 to receive your UCare discount.        Fax: 612-706-1165
located in the St. Anthony Community                                                          pHone: 612-706-1166
Center, 3301 Silver Lake Road.
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00-4:30 p.m.



PhOne - 612-706-1166
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Please                                                     Online
have your class information and Visa/                                                         24 hOurs - 7 days a weeK
MasterCard/Discover ready when you call.
                                                                                              Visit www.stanthonycs.org Have your
                                                                                              Visa / Mastercard / Discover ready. A
                                                                                              confirmation will be e-mailed to you.

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                                                                                                        REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                             st. anthOny-new brightOn COmmunity serviCes
                             3301 SILVER LAKE ROAD, ST. ANTHONY, MN 55418 • 612-706-1166
                                          A separate form must be completed for each person.

 Name                                                                Parent/Guardian Name
 Address                                                             City                                               Zip
 Home Phone                                       Work Phone                        Birthdate                           Sex M / F
 E-mail Address
     Activity #                       Activity Name                                Start Date              Time               Fee




                                                                                                           TOTAL
 MasterCard                Visa             Discover        Card #
 Exp. Date                 Cardholder’s Signature
 Driver’s License # (When applicable)                       #
 Does the participant need any special accommodations? If so, please specify


 PARTICIPANT WAIVER (Please read and sign)
 In consideration of your accepting my entry, I hereby, for myself, my child, my heirs, executors and
 administrators, waiver and release any and all rights and claims for damages I or my child may have
 against Independent School District 282 and its representatives, successors and assigns for any and
 all injuries suffered by myself, or my child at any activity sponsored by these groups.                       UCARE MEMBERS ONLY
 Participant or Parent Signature                                                                               UCare ID# _____-_____-_____


 Name                                                                Parent/Guardian Name
 Address                                                             City                                               Zip
 Home Phone                                       Work Phone                        Birthdate                           Sex M / F
 E-mail Address
     Activity #                       Activity Name                                Start Date              Time               Fee




                                                                                                           TOTAL
 MasterCard                Visa             Discover        Card #
 Exp. Date                 Cardholder’s Signature
 Driver’s License # (When applicable)                       #
 Does the participant need any special accommodations? If so, please specify


 PARTICIPANT WAIVER (Please read and sign)
 In consideration of your accepting my entry, I hereby, for myself, my child, my heirs, executors and
 administrators, waiver and release any and all rights and claims for damages I or my child may have
 against Independent School District 282 and its representatives, successors and assigns for any and
 all injuries suffered by myself, or my child at any activity sponsored by these groups.                       UCARE MEMBERS ONLY
 Participant or Parent Signature                                                                               UCare ID# _____-_____-_____



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Community Services                                                                        U.S. Postage Paid
3303 33rd Avenue N.E.                                                                     Minneapolis, MN
St. Anthony, MN 55418                                                                      Permit No. 3343



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                                   HALLOWEEN
                                      Carnival
                                                                 FridAy, OCtObEr 26
                                                                        5:30-8:00 p.m.
                                                  St. ANtHONy COmmuNity CENtEr
                                                                         3301 SiLvEr LAkE rOAd




                                   Games • Prizes • Food • Fun • Raffle
                                   Get your best costume and get ready for lots of fun at the 2012 Early
                                   Childhood Family Education Halloween Carnival.

                                   Admission:
                                   $5.00 per child (at the door) includes 9 activity tickets
                                   Parents come free of charge.

                                   Game tickets:
                                   3 for $1.00 All tickets may be purchased prior to and/or at the carnival.

                                   Proceeds from the Halloween Carnival are used to support the early
                                   childhood and school age care classrooms at Community Services
                                   and may also be used to support a donation to the St. Anthony New
                                   Brighton Endowment Foundation.

				
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