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  • Prenatal Yoga

    Postnatal Yoga will help you recover from birth more harmoniously, release the pains you might be experiencing, and get back in touch with your vital energy, your core strength and inner balance. It is a modified, low-intensity yoga practice and offers the most benefits especially during the first three months after childbirth. This type of yoga is designed to help mothers reconnect, recover, regain abdominal strength, body flexibility and tone. Feel free to bring your baby (up until baby starts crawling) to play, while you move your body.
  • *NEW Intro to Comic Creation (Grades 3-8)

    Embark on an exciting and action-packed experience dedicated to discovering the secrets of comic creation. Designed as a crash course in the captivating world of comics, this camp is a great opportunity to unleash your inner storyteller. Delve into the essentials of comic design, where you will learn the art of paneling, character creation, and storytelling. Whether you're a comic enthusiast or a newcomer, you’re in for a one-of-a-kind experience as we guide you through the basics of bringing your stories to life on the page.
  • *NEW Battle Drones (Grades 3-8)

    Battle Drones features an exciting combination of aerial acrobatics with an engineering design challenge that will teach students STEM concepts, teamwork and how to skillfully fly a drone. In Battle Drones, teams of students will build robotic launchers designed to fling projectiles at their opponents’ drones. Students will be guided by experienced camp instructors in how to construct their launchers to maximize projectile speed and accuracy. The camp will culminate in an epic battle where students will need to pilot their drones to safety by dodging opponent projectiles while using their own launchers to take down opponent drones. The best drone pilots and launchers will emerge victorious.
  • Intro to Stained Glass - Night Sky Beetle

    In this beginners class you will learn how to copper foil, solder, and finish a stained glass beetle. All supplies and safety equipment provided.
  • *NEW Intro to Digital Art (Grades 3-8)

    This immersive three-day program combines hands-on learning with engaging digital tools, offering a dynamic journey into digital art. Students will explore the fundamentals of digital drawing and apply what they learn to an exciting real world application. Through a partnership with No Grit No Pearl, students will be able to get their favorite design printed on a canvas or t-shirt which will get shipped to their house after the camp.
  • Classroom Drivers Education

    Moorhead Area Public Schools’ Driver Education classroom program is open to high school students age 15 or older living in the Moorhead School District. Register through the Community Education office, 2777 34th St. S., 218-284-3400. Information sheets and registration forms also can be picked up at the Moorhead High activities office. Financial aid is not available through the district. This 30-hour class prepares students for their instructional permit. Steps for people under 18 years of age to get a Minnesota driver's license: 1. Complete mandatory 30 hours of scheduled classroom instruction. Students cannot be absent or tardy when attending this course. A 90-minute parent component will be scheduled for this class in compliance with Minnesota law. If the parent class is taken then the practice driving hours are reduced from 50 hours to 40. 2. Register for behind-the-wheel training, with a private vendor and receive the blue card. The blue card is issued by the vendor providing the behind-the-wheel instruction and is required to take the state permit test. 3. Take and pass the state permit test. Students registering for the permit test must provide: one primary ID, one secondary ID and the blue card. Primary ID options: state issued ID, current passport or state certified birth certificate. Secondary ID options: Social Security card, student ID with picture and ID number, or certified school transcript. Upon passing the permit test, making payment, and parent/guardian signature, students receive their permit. 4. Complete behind-the-wheel training. Students must have a permit before they can start behind-the-wheel instruction. 5. Complete the six-month practice period. Minnesota law now requires drivers to have a permit for six months before taking the road test. Every driver under the age of 18 who completes behind-the-wheel instruction and is testing for a provisional driver’s license must submit a driving log. 6. Pass road test. To take the road test, students must be 16 years old and have had their permit for six months. Drive on provisional license until qualifications for full license are met. You must complete all 30 hours of scheduled class to be able to get your permit. If the 30 hours are not completed you will have to register and pay full price for the class again. No absences or tardies allowed. Please note location at registration. Students must attend all 30 hours in person.
  • Classroom Drivers Education

    Moorhead Area Public Schools’ Driver Education classroom program is open to high school students age 15 or older living in the Moorhead School District. Register through the Community Education office, 2777 34th St. S., 218-284-3400. Information sheets and registration forms also can be picked up at the Moorhead High activities office. Financial aid is not available through the district. This 30-hour class prepares students for their instructional permit. Steps for people under 18 years of age to get a Minnesota driver's license: 1. Complete mandatory 30 hours of scheduled classroom instruction. Students cannot be absent or tardy when attending this course. A 90-minute parent component will be scheduled for this class in compliance with Minnesota law. If the parent class is taken then the practice driving hours are reduced from 50 hours to 40. 2. Register for behind-the-wheel training, with a private vendor and receive the blue card. The blue card is issued by the vendor providing the behind-the-wheel instruction and is required to take the state permit test. 3. Take and pass the state permit test. Students registering for the permit test must provide: one primary ID, one secondary ID and the blue card. Primary ID options: state issued ID, current passport or state certified birth certificate. Secondary ID options: Social Security card, student ID with picture and ID number, or certified school transcript. Upon passing the permit test, making payment, and parent/guardian signature, students receive their permit. 4. Complete behind-the-wheel training. Students must have a permit before they can start behind-the-wheel instruction. 5. Complete the six-month practice period. Minnesota law now requires drivers to have a permit for six months before taking the road test. Every driver under the age of 18 who completes behind-the-wheel instruction and is testing for a provisional driver’s license must submit a driving log. 6. Pass road test. To take the road test, students must be 16 years old and have had their permit for six months. Drive on provisional license until qualifications for full license are met. You must complete all 30 hours of scheduled class to be able to get your permit. If the 30 hours are not completed you will have to register and pay full price for the class again. No absences or tardies allowed. Please note location at registration. Students must attend all 30 hours in person.
  • Rock Painting

    FargoMoorhead Rocks is a local offshoot of the Kindness Rocks project, which aims to spread positivity and art to strangers through painted rocks. Become a part of this global movement during a 90-minute session as long-time rock painter Em Christie guides you through rock painting and hiding basics. Participants will be able to paint and take home up to five rocks. If there are any rocks left behind at the end of the class, FargoMoorhead Rocks volunteers will label, seal and send the rocks into our community. Please wear clothes you are comfortable getting paint on.
  • Intro to Stained Glass - Crescent Moon Plant Stakes

    In this beginners class you will learn how to copper foil, solder, and finish two crescent moon plant stakes. All supplies and safety equipment provided.
  • *NEW Clay Camp for Kids

    Come be creative and have fun playing in the clay. Using pinch pot techniques these birds can be anything you imagine. This is just one of 4 different projects that you will be doing. Projects use pinch and roll techniques along with slipping and scoring. We will also be working on slab and coil techniques to create clay boxes and bowls. Once they are complete, they will be painted with a clay-based paint. They take two weeks to dry before they can be fired. They are dipped in a clear glaze and fired again. The projects will be dropped off at the main office and they will call you when they are ready to be picked up.
  • Postnatal Yoga

    Postnatal Yoga will help you recover from birth more harmoniously, release the pains you might be experiencing, and get back in touch with your vital energy, your core strength and inner balance. It is a modified, low-intensity yoga practice and offers the most benefits especially during the first three months after childbirth. This type of yoga is designed to help mothers reconnect, recover, regain abdominal strength, body flexibility and tone. It is about getting grounded in yourself again, feeling strong in your body, so that you can feel confident in your new role as a mother. Come and give yourself strength and relax through this new period of your life guiding in your ability to be at ease and reminding you to breathe deeply. Feel free to bring your baby (up until baby starts crawling) to play, while you move your body.
  • Eureka Engineering (Grades 3-8)

    An introduction to the core skills of robotics and STEM through engaging, hands-on learning opportunities. Student groups will work with Lego Mindstorm kits, which include both electrical and mechanical components. The small groups will be mentored by experienced and passionate instructors. Parents are welcome to watch their child’s robotic creations come to life in exciting and competitive challenges including drag racing, fighting robots and more.
  • Chair Yoga

    Are you interested in Yoga but not interested in getting onto the floor? Chair Yoga is perfect for anyone who wants to experience the many benefits of yoga without having to get up and down from the floor. A series of options are given for each posture to allow students to find the optimal balance between support and challenge to meet them where they are. Find your center and get grounded in body and mind in this gentle class. Appropriate for students of all levels. No Yoga experience needed.
  • Come ride with us - Horseback Riding

    Want to ride? Have experience riding but no horse? Come ride with us Wednesday nights as we either do a leisurely trail ride or an endurance condition. If you joined us last year come on back, if you're new please schedule an evaluation with the ranch a few nights before. Must be able to sit a walk, trot, canter, and show ability to control your horse. Participants under the age 18 are OK if approved by parents and cleared through the instructor.
  • Go Fishing With A Pro

    Join Brady Baxter, owner of Baxstar Fishing Guide Service, on his top of the line fishing boat to learn how to fish like a professional on our area lakes. You will learn how to use the right equipment in the right situation, and you will learn how to use state of the art electronics to increase your chance of success on the water. During your 3 hour guided trip you will fish for multiple species, including Walleye, Bass, and Northern Pike. Brady is certified in First Aid and CPR and can accommodate those with special needs and limited mobility, so don't let anything hold you back from this incredible experience! This trip is all-inclusive and you will be using professional grade gear; Bring something to drink and a snack. You must also purchase a Minnesota fishing license prior to the trip.
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    Learn to ride! Beginner Basics with Horses (Ages 5+)

    Do you have a horse crazy kid that wants to learn about horses and the basics on riding? Come join us as we learn about horses the first week and end with riding the last week, closed toe shoes and some parent participation is required. It is most comfortable to ride in pants but not a requirement.
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    Girls Basketball Camp (Grades K-12)

    Grab your shoes and join your friends for the girls basketball camp. See you on the court! Please bring a filled water bottle and a personal basketball if you have one.
  • Summer Football Camp (Grades K-12)

    Join Coach Feeney for his Summer Football Camp. K-4th Grade - July 9 - 11, No pads are used 5-7th Grade - July 9 - 11, No pads are used 8-9th Grade - July 22 - 24, Fully padded 10-12th Grade Camp - June 11-12, July 22-24, Fully padded.