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  • Babysitting 101 (Ages 11-13)

    Caring for another child will help your child tap into and develop important qualities such as trust, honesty, creativity, patience and communication. Your child will gain the skills they need to earn extra cash and have fun through babysitting. This educational course follows the American Academy of Pediatrics Babysitting Lessons and Safety Training (BLAST). Instructors share current practices for safety and injury prevention, first-aid basics, feeding and caring for infants, how to handle behavior problems and how to manage a babysitting business. Your child will receive a reference book, recipe and game handouts, babysitting bag and first-aid kit. Tuition includes materials. Bring to class: nut-free lunch, snacks and a beverage. Enter door 1.
  • Beginning Guitar at Spicer Music Studio

    Students start with simplified chords and can play songs after the first lesson! Students are challenged, but not overwhelmed and they progress at their own speed. This is a great place to start and build a good foundation to keep moving forward. Students will need to bring their own guitar. Spicer Music Studio contact information will be given at time of registration to schedule lessons.
  • Drone Photography (Grades 3-8)

    NEW! Students will start off Drone Photography by learning how to fly an entry level photography drone. Once they’ve mastered the basics, they’ll be taught more advanced techniques that will help them take higher quality photos and videos with their drones. Photo and video editing software tutorials will enable students to create awesome media content that they can download and keep after the camp. Students are encouraged to bring a flash drive to save and share their creations! Enter door 1.
  • Drone Programming (Grades 3-8)

    Students will learn to program and fly at the same time! Groups of students will use drones that can be programmed to perform aerial maneuvers with entry level, block based coding. The fun and excitement of flying drones makes it easy to forget that students will be learning valuable 21st century programming skills in the process. The camp will consist of a variety of fun challenges where students will put the programming skills that they learn to the test. Parents are welcome to stop in at the end of each day to see what their child has learned. Enter door 1.
  • Game-ified Piano Lessons at Spicer Music Studio

    NEW! Students will play their music with an app which is designed to give them scores on note and rhythm accuracy. Using the pianos hooked up to the app feels like a game that students love to play, but it’s a game that has massive educational value and helps students get better at the piano very quickly. Spicer Music Studio contact information will be given at time of registration to schedule lessons.
  • Guitar, Bass Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, or Ukulele-Beginner, Intermediate or Beyond (Ages 6-17)

    Professional, virtual instruction being offered by Steve Cekalla's Guitar and Music School. A unique and fun approach for starters, but with the ability to teach styles, theory, and techniques to those with instrument experience. A stable internet connection, some internet savvy ex. (screenshot/print screen), and access to a working printer is helpful. Participant should have their own instrument, but a limited amount of guitars are available. Please check before registering for availability. This Community Education package is for three virtual 30 minute group lessons. Please, only one lesson package per student. Your sessions will be scheduled in the month you registered for. Contact information will be given at the time of registration.
  • Horse 3-Day Camp (Ages 6-17)

    Experience a mini-week long camp! Campers will get to experience everyday life at a barn! Life in the barn will include activities such as daily riding, learning how to braid manes and tails with ribbon, groom and care for the horses (including bathing) and feed them at the end of the day. This is a great time for campers to spend time outdoors and build lasting friendships with fellow horse lovers in a structured and positive environment. Campers are broken into smaller groups of similar riding experience, which is perfect for both the new and more experienced riders. Please note that riding takes about 1 hour per day in an arena, no trails and consist of learning how to steer, stop, turn, and walk/trot on their own. Campers will spend time on the ground with horses throughout the rest of the day. Camps are held rain or shine. There is an outdoor and indoor arena. Proper attire includes sneakers or boots (closed toe with a heel), long pants and layers, depending on weather. ASTM/SEI certified helmets provided and required to be worn. Signed waiver forms are required and the link will be emailed to participants once they have registered for the camp. Bring to class: sunscreen, bug spray, water bottle, nut-free snack and lunch. Camp is located in Anoka, MN.
  • Horse Day Camp (Ages 6-17)

    Kids will learn what it's like to have a horse for a day! Campers get to ride in the indoor and/or outdoor arenas for 40min-50min (no trails), practice how to steer, stop, turn, and walk on their own. Participants may have the opportunity to make horse treats, do a craft, and play games. And don't forget the time to meet and care for the horses, which is a big part of ownership! Campers are broken into smaller groups based on similar riding experience and age, which is perfect for both new and more experienced riders! Camps are held rain or shine. Proper attire includes sneakers or boots (closed toe with a heel), long pants and layers, depending on weather. ASTM/SEI certified helmets provided and required to be worn. Signed waiver forms are required and the link will be emailed to participants once they have registered for the camp. Bring to class: sunscreen, bug spray, water bottle, nut-free snack and lunch. Camp is located in Anoka, MN.
  • Horse Weeklong Day Camp (Ages 6-17)

    Campers will get to experience everyday life at a barn! Life in the barn will include activities such as daily riding, learning how to braid manes and tails with ribbon, groom and care for the horses (including bathing) and care for them at the end of the day. This is a great time for campers to spend time outdoors and build lasting friendships with fellow horse lovers in a structured and positive environment. Campers are broken into smaller groups of similar riding experience, which is perfect for both the new and more experienced riders. At the end of the week, parents and family are invited to a performance to see what their camper has been learning! Please note that riding takes up about 1 hour per day in an arena, no trails and consist of learning how to steer, stop, turn, and walk/trot on their own. Campers will spend time on the ground with horses throughout the rest of the day. Proper attire is required including sneakers or boots (closed toe with a heel) and long pants and layers, depending on weather. ASTM/SEI certified helmets are required for all participants and will be provided. Signed waiver forms are required and will be sent to participants once they have registered for the camp. Bring to class: bug spray, sunscreen, water bottle, nut-free snack and lunch daily. Camp is located in Anoka, MN. Drop-off is at 9am and pickup is 3pm each day Monday through Friday. Sorry we do not allow parents to stay for the day. However, there is a “show” for the parents Fridays of weeklong camps at 1:30pm! This is a great time to take pictures, watch your child ride and meet their horse they worked during the week.
  • I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream

    This class is designed for youth to have FUN while learning some science concepts (inquiry based). We will be using the simplest of techniques (freezer bags and ice) - but also teach other methods of the business in today’s world. Come and have some fun with your friends!! Enter door 1.
  • Intro to Esports (Grades 3-8)

    NEW! Your child can turn their passion for video games into valuable life skills! We'll introduce the world of Esports and teach students about the many opportunities available to them by getting involved. Students will get to play some of the most popular Esports games, compete with and against each other in tournaments, and learn important lessons along the way. Bring to class: nut-free lunch, snacks and a beverage. Enter door 1.
  • My Little Horse Camp (Ages 2-5 with Caregiver)

    Campers will get to ride a real horse in an arena, meet several different horses at Boulder Pointe and learn how to groom the horses...all with a focus on safety! In addition, students will do an art project and have an opportunity to make horse treats to feed their new friends. Stations are split into 15-minute intervals to keep everyone engaged. Parents have the opportunity to lead their child on the horse and take photographs as they go. Camps are held rain or shine. There is an outdoor and indoor arena. Proper attire includes sneakers or boots (closed toe with a heel), long pants and layers, depending on weather. ASTM/SEI certified helmets provided and required to be worn. This 2-hour camp is designed for parent/guardian participation. Parent/Guardian is expected to remain with their child during the entire duration of the camp. Signed waiver forms are required and the link will be emailed to participants once they have registered for the camp. Bring to class: sunscreen, bug spray, water bottle and a nut-free snack. Camp is located in Anoka, MN.
  • Nature Hike for Kids

    Let’s enjoy the great outdoors!! This class is designed to explore nature while hiking and learning about our natural surroundings!! As we walk, we will be learning about trees, flowers, birds, bugs, and more!! This is a great time to be outside having fun with our friends while meeting new friends!! Come join us on this adventure while we get a little exercise and learn a lot of cool things!! Meet near door 1.
  • Not Your Average Math Class (Grades 2-7)

    Mathnasium is known for making math fun and easy! Students are invited in for an afternoon of learning and fun where they will practice skills individually, utilizing the Mathnasium Methodologies, and play a variety of math games and activities.
  • One on One Beginner Spanish Lessons for Kids (Ages 3+)

    NEW! Schedule your very own one on one beginner Spanish lesson. Dates and times will be determined by instructor and participant as well as length of lesson. Contact information given at time of registration.