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Why and When Would I Need a Revocable Living Trust? - LIFE*2033
with Shaina Case
Living Trusts are a useful estate planning tool that are not only for high worth individuals. Learn how to put your estate planning puzzle together through the use, and ease, of creating and maintaining a revocable living trust. Families with young children, special needs beneficiaries, spendthrift beneficiaries, families with children from previous marriages, and everyone in between will benefit.
Tax Planning for Seniors - LIFE*1432
with Afton Olsen
Tired of your savings and investment dollars being eaten away by taxes? Learn from two Certified Financial Planners some of the specialized tax planning issues of retirement, including taxation of Social Security and managing Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) from retirement accounts when you turn 70 1/2, plus general tax planning strategies. Discover how to take advantage of many common opportunities to minimize taxes. The discussion will cover tax-free investments, tax advantages of real estate, IRAs and other tax-deferred retirement accounts, as well as understanding the new tax laws and how our income tax system works in easy to understand language.
Adult Pottery - LIFE*1781
with TJ Storer
Come play in the mud and learn about how to build things out of clay. Learn the methods of shaping, glazing and firing. Exploration and imagination strongly encouraged. All clay, glaze, firing and tools provided. All levels welcome.
Padi Scuba I - LIFE*1853
with Jim Collins
During this first phase of the scuba certification process you will complete both the classroom and pool component of your certification requirements. Please be sure to read your classroom materials prior to the first night of class. The instructor will review the information you learned from the course textbook and DVD in the classroom component. On the remaining class days you will learn the necessary water skills in the pool. Students must be able to snorkel 300 yards and tread water for 10 minutes, something that even novice swimmers can accomplish with relative ease. Students, 10-14 years of age may complete a junior certification. Our goal is that every student becomes a safe, comfortable and confident diver. Scuba equipment provided. Students must provide their own mask, snorkel and fins. Registration deadline is 7 days prior to the start of class.
Tai Chi Basics for Beginners - LIFE*2036
with Michele Schmidt
Tai Chi offers beginning Tai Chi skills and concepts. Students will learn drills to help them practice concepts essential to understanding Tai Chi. Qi Gong practice will be introduced, as well.
Mind Your Manners - LIFE*1023
with Cathy Anderson
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. NO DOGS FIRST CLASS. Class will meet 7 times during the published dates. A course schedule will be provided on the first day of class.
Wyoming Probate 101 - LIFE*2034
with Shaina Case
Without a proper estate plan and titling of assets in place, probate or other unpleasant estate settling procedures may be inevitable. Join in an engaging overview of the probate process in Wyoming. Topics include what is probate, what happens in probate, asset titling, and probate alternatives.
Canine Good Citizen and Trick Dog Titles - LIFE*2041
with Cathy Anderson
AKC's Canine Good Citizen® (CGC) Program & AKC Trick Dog Novice: CGC is a certification program that is designed to reward dogs who have good manners at home and in the community. All dogs who pass the 10-step CGC test may receive a certificate from the American Kennel Club. In this class, you will learn and practice all ten steps required to pass the certification. And new this year: Do you and your dog love to be the life of the party by showing off his arsenal of tricks? Then he might be perfectly primed to earn AKC Trick Dog titles! There are five AKC Trick Titles you and your dog can earn: This class will focus on AKC Novice Trick Dog (TKN) - In conjunction with the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) certificate or title that you can earn during this class you can also earn a second title too! All it takes is 5 Novice tricks (CGC + 5) to earn the Novice title. The last class, May 14th we will do both tests and if you and your dog pass all ten steps and perform all 5 tricks you will qualify to request two certificates from the American Kennel Club. Any breed or mixed breed can be certified with as a Canine Good Citizen (CGC). Your dog does not need to be AKC registered to receive a Trick Dog Novice Title the class is mostly to find something fun to do with your dog. There is no age limit to take this class, however all dogs must have attended a local obedience class. Please bring dogs and proof of vaccine on day of first class.