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  • BRICK BUILDERS - RAPID RACERS (GRADES 1-5)

    {YEL!} Brick Builders | Rapid Racers For Grades 1-5 Build a Formula 1 racer, land yacht, and more race cars using LEGO® bricks. Use these LEGO® brick models to explore STEM concepts. The {YEL!} Teach It!…Practice It!…Play It! method engages students to create and innovate. Sign up today!
  • HOME ALONE SAFETY

    HOME ALONE SAFETY- ON-SITE Melanie Schmidt (Instructor) Grades 2-6 & parent 1 Session Staying home alone for the first time is an opportunity eagerly anticipated by most kids; but with opportunity comes responsibility. This course covers a variety of common scenarios and topics specific to boys and girls preparing to stay home alone, or stay home with younger siblings. Topics include, but are not limited to: sibling conflict, stranger danger, healthy choices, problem solving, and identifying emergencies. Each child is encouraged to attend with 1 adult.
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  • PRAIRIE FIRE CHILDREN'S THEATRE - WIZARD OF OZ - (ACTING) RESIDENCY

    Prairie Fire Children's Theatre Company returns to the Franklin Elementary Auditorium Stage for another great residency and performance of "The Wizard Of Oz." Daily (Monday - Thursday) rehearsals will run from 4:00 - 8:00 pm at Franklin Elementary Auditorium. On Friday, we will have a dress rehearsal & 2 shows at 5:00 & 7:30 pm. This is registration for the ACTING residency. Show tickets will go on sale 1 hour prior to the performance for $3 per person. Acting opportunities are open youth ages 7-17.
  • PRAIRIE FIRE CHILDREN'S THEATRE COMPANY - WIZARD OF OZ - (TECH)

    Prairie Fire Children's Theatre Company is seeking tech assistants to run sound and lights for the Wizard Of Oz performance. Tech assistants are needed Wednesday - Friday from 4-8 pm (Monday - Thursday) and from 4:00 pm until the end of show (9 pm) on Friday, January 28. Tech assistants should be 10 years old and up.
  • Red Cross Advanced Babysitter Training

    Melanie Schmidt / Tia Dupont 1 Session – Ages 11–15 The purpose of the American Red Cross Babysitter’s Training course is to provide youth ages 11–15 with the information and skills necessary to provide safe and responsible care for children in the absence of parents or adult guardians.This training will help participants develop skills in leadership and professionalism, basic care, safety and safe play and first aid. Class fee includes textbooks (babysitter handbook & emergency response book). This class will also certify participants in pediatric first aid and CPR. Participants should bring a water bottle and lunch. Mankato Community Education and Recreation is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for participants, staff and the community we serve by following guidance from the Minnesota Departments of Health and Education.
  • ZAPS ACT TEST PREP SEMINAR

    ZAPS ACT TEST PREP SEMINAR Doorway To College Staff Grades 9-12 ZAPS® test preparation seminars are carefully designed to help each student do his or her personal best on the ACT. Students who complete the ZAPS seminar—and practice our tips and strategies at home—typically raise their ACT scores by 1 to 4 points. In the 5-hour ZAPS seminar, students will learn strategies for improving in all four subtests, take shortened practice tests that mirror the actual testing experience, and get suggestions for individualized study in the days leading up to the test. Attendees receive a comprehensive Study Guide and 24 practice test workouts with detailed answer explanations. Students should bring a calculator and two pencils to the seminar. The seminar includes a 45-minute lunch break; students are responsible for their own lunches. Monday, January 17; 9 am –3 pm Location is Mankato West Senior High School Media Center