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Laramie County Master Gardener

$175

with Catherine Wissner

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 11, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 10 weeks

This comprehensive Gardening Program will teach everything a person needs to know in order to be a master gardener. Click here for a copy of the Draft class schedule. All ability levels are welcome, there are no prerequisites. Once the classroom portion of this course has been completed, an additional 40 hours of volunteer time is accomplished over the course of the summer. Cost of the course includes Wyoming Sustainable Horticulture "Master Gardener Handbook". Upon completion of this course and volunteer hours, participants will be recognized as  Master Gardeners of Laramie County and receive a certificate. $ 125.00 Early Bird Registration ends on December 26 at 11:59 pm. Please enter promo code earlybird at time of check out.

MONDAY CLASSES WILL BE HELD IN PERSON AND WEDNESDAY CLASSES WILL BE HELD ONLINE VIA ZOOM. 

Driver Simulator

$15
Calendar Next available session starts Jan 25, 2021 at 2:50 pm
89 additional sessions through Feb 26, 2021

Do you have a new driver in your house? Would you like to try out their knowledge of Rules of the Road before they drive the streets? Driver Simulator is an excellent choice for those who are new to driving or would just like more practice. Each time slot is an hour long. Sign up for as many or few as you like.

This in-person class requires participants to agree to:

 

Puppy Abcs & 123s - LIFE*1025

$103

with Cathy Anderson

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 30, 2021 at 11 am, runs for 7 weeks
1 additional session on Apr 3, 2021

Get your puppy started on the right paw. This class is designed to teach you how to teach your puppy basic house manners such as “sit,” “down,” “stay,” and walking on a loose leash. We will work on problem behaviors, such as jumping, mouthing and learning some fun tricks. Puppies 14 weeks to six months are best suited for this class. All dogs are required to be current on vaccines including Rabies, Parvo, Bordetella (kennel cough). Bring proof of vaccinations to first in-person class. NO DOGS FIRST CLASS. The first day of class will meet virtually over ZOOM at 12:00 pm.

Thank you for registering for this hybrid course. When on-campus this class requires participants to agree to:

Mind Your Manners - LIFE*1023

$103

with Cathy Anderson

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 30, 2021 at 12:45 pm, runs for 7 weeks
2 additional sessions through Apr 3, 2021

This class is designed to teach you how to teach your dog. You will learn how to teach basic house manners such as “sit,” “down,” “stay,” and walking on a loose leash. We will work on problem behaviors and learn some fun tricks. Dogs six months or older are welcome. All dogs are required to be current on vaccines including Rabies, Parvo and Bordetella (kennel cough). Bring proof of vaccinations on the first day of in-person class. NO DOGS FIRST CLASS. The first day of class will meet virtually over ZOOM at 12:00 pm (Noon).

This in-person class requires participants to agree to:

Conversational Spanish 1 - LIFE*1554

$135

with Dennis Dicampli

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 1, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 10 weeks

Hola amigos! Hello friends! How would you like to begin an exciting journey into the world of Spanish language and culture? Your ability to speak, read, and write Spanish is a valuable and wonderful skill that allows you to travel to places you only dreamed of. Your job market will expand globally and you will be able to better communicate with the people of different cultures. Your goal is to develop a greater understanding and appreciation of the Spanish speaking world and of the culture around you. Includes textbook and will be mailed.

Zumba®

$20

with Lisa Williams

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 1, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 4 weeks
3 additional sessions through May 3, 2021

NO CLASS MARCH 15&17

Physically active class encouraging fitness and expression through dance with a focus on Latin steps including: Cumbia, Reggaeton, Salsa, Dance Hall, Merengue and others. The dances use between 3-5 different steps which are repeated throughout the song which makes it easy to follow! A great workout where you Fitbit addicts will get between 5000-7000 steps in one hour! Calories are left in sparkling droplets on the floor, the most fun you will have slaying calories! All levels welcome.

This in-person class requires participants to agree to:

Introduction Auto Body (February-March) - LIFE 2012

$173

with Paul Mendoza & Roy Bechtholdt

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 1, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 6 weeks
3 additional sessions through Feb 6, 2021

In this introductory project-based auto body repair course, students will develop the basic knowledge and procedures used in auto body repair. The course will cover shop safety, tools and equipment, metal straightening basics, welding basics, trim and accessories, painting and refinishing procedures. Students must provide their own project to work on and the necessary supplies in order to complete their project. On the first day of class, the Instructor will assist each student in the development of their project-specific supply list. Projects can not be stored on-site. Tools are provided. However, if a student has their own, they are highly encouraged to bring them. Register for February-May and receive $21 off your total registration. Input promo code Auto at the time of checkout.

This in-person class requires participants to agree to:

Medicare - the A, B, C, D Basics - LIFE 1995

$16

with Charlie Simineo

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 1, 2021 at 6:30 pm

Are you eligible for Medicare or will be shortly? Are you married to someone who will be? This class will cover the following topics: 1) How and when do you sign up for Medicare 2) Do I need to sign up and what happens if I don't sign up. 3) What is the difference between the four different parts of Medicare. 4) Do I need a drug plan if I don't take drugs? 5) The reasons for a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plan. 6) The difference between Medicare and Medicaid. All of these will be answered as well as many myths about Medicare will be dispelled.





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