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  • Catalog Advertising for Summer 2024

    Advertise your business with Princeton Community Education! For Summer 2024, our catalog will be printed and sent to homes in early April. Our catalog reaches nearly 15,000 households in the Princeton, Zimmerman, Dalbo and Santiago areas. Advertisers are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until the predetermined number of advertisement slots are sold. The catalog/brochure will not be enlarged nor will the educational offerings be jeopardized in any way because of the advertisements. Paid advertisements are clearly marked as such to distinguish between District sanctioned events and those of paid advertisers. Visit our webpage for more information regarding advertising with us.
  • Energy Healing Sound Bath: Ages 16+

    Come experience the healing waves of sound. Crystal Singing Bowls are supportive in achieving well-being in the mind, body, and soul. Benefits may include a full body relaxation and recalibration. Be ready to restore and heal in this receptive 60-minute session. Dress comfortably and bring a mat, water bottle, and a cozy blanket and pillow. Chairs can be available for those who cannot be on the ground.
  • Online: Cooking for Two: Chicken Marsala and Roasted Asparagus

    Learn how to make Chicken Marsala for Two that is full of flavor – fork tender chicken, crispy pancetta, earthy mushrooms, roasted shallots smothered in a rich Marsala sauce. We will serve this with mashed potatoes and asparagus with a cranberry vinaigrette. In this 90-minute class, join Pam as she shares tips on how to cooking fork tender chicken, crisping pancetta and making a rich Marsala sauce. Join the class virtually to cook along or grab a favorite beverage, settle in and watch how to make this date night dinner for two. How does a virtual class work? You will receive the recipes and on-demand ZOOM video link, a free online software, to the class a couple days prior to the class. Can’t make the class? No worries, we will record the class and email you a link to watch the replay a day after the class. Participants can join as a couple or as an individual. Each student or couple will need their own computer and internet to join the class.
  • Brain-Based Caregiving Part 1: Brain Development and the Impacts on Parent-Child Relationships: Adult

    Brain-Based Caregiving is a two-part course that increases caregivers' understanding of brain and nervous system development, what happens in both the caregiver and child's brains during stressful encounters, and how to regulate through daily stressors as well as adverse experiences. This course is designed for any adult who cares for children, whether you are a parent, grandparent, educator, childcare provider, or foster parent. This class is for age 18+ caregivers only - please do not bring your children with. For Part 1: Elizabeth Szybatka, LPCC,RPT-S (Lighthouse Child & Family Services, Inc.) will guide adult caregivers in learning about brain and nervous system development to better understand what happens during the rapid growth of infancy and early childhood, and how those experiences impact the parent-child relationship. *This is a two-part series. You are able to attend the class that works best for you, though it is encouraged to sign up for both classes. Sign up for Part 2: Moving from Reactive to Responsive Caregiving here. *Due to a weakened immune system, the instructor does need all in-person attendees to be masked so that she is able to speak without one on. If you are uncomfortable masking, we will have a Google Meets virtual option that will be emailed out to all participants a few days prior to the class day.
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    TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) Basics for Strays: Adults

    Learn the who, what, when, where & why of TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release), and how to partner with organizations like Ruff Start Rescue to become a hero in ending needless suffering among the stray cats in our community. Proceeds from this class help support the TNR mission of Ruff Start Rescue. Special guest: Joey! A Ruff Start Rescue alumni cat.
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    Let's Talk About Medicare: Adult

    As you get closer to 65, the amount of information you get concerning Medicare can make the process of applying very confusing. This is an educational meeting about Medicare and Medicare insurance that will answer your questions. We will discuss what Medicare covers, what it costs, and how and when to enroll. We will also review the types of Medicare insurance that are available and the factors to consider when deciding what type of plan is best for you.
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    Tech Times: Learning the Basics of Technology: Adult

    Princeton Community Education is partnering with the high school's National Honor Society (NHS) students and Age-Friendly Princeton to offer a four-part series around technology usage. Participants will spend the first session learning about the basics of a cell phone- types of phones, terminology, phone settings, icons and applications, etc. The following three sessions will be tailored to the group's needs and may cover topics such as social media, video calls with family, and security, but is not limited to any specific topic. Please bring your phone with you to each class for a hands-on experience. Participants will also receive a take-home packet filled with helpful information, which class proceeds help cover the cost of. Class is taught by NHS students. This class is great for all community members- young and old- looking to get helpful tips on navigating different phone features! You do not have to attend all four sessions, but we encourage it to get the most out of the class. There is NO class on April 20th. Call Community Education for registration help at 763-389-6198.
  • Organizing with Sustainable Living by Jen: Adult

    Do you waste time looking for things or are you overwhelmed by your stuff? If everything has a home, it doesn't have to be stressful trying to find what you need. Solutions and remedies will be shared to help you simplify your life.
  • Online: Cooking for Two: Skillet Tex Mex Cheese Enchiladas and Key Lime Dessert

    Looking for meatless Monday dinner inspiration? We will make skillet Tex-Mex Cheese Enchiladas for Two - featuring gooey melted cheese and a rich, smoky, but mellow enchilada sauce. For dessert we will whip up Key Lime Dessert Cups that have all the elements of a classic key lime pie – citrusy custard, toasted graham crackers and whipped cream. In this 90-minute class, join Pam as she shares tips for homemade enchilada sauce and a key lime dessert cup that takes only 10 minutes to bake! Join the class virtually to cook along or grab a favorite beverage, settle in and watch how to make a skillet weeknight supper for two. How does a virtual class work? You will receive the recipes and on-demand ZOOM video link, a free online software, to the class a couple days prior to the class. Can’t make the class? No worries, we will record the class and email you a link to watch the replay a day after the class. Participants can join as a couple or as an individual. Each student or couple will need their own computer and internet to join the class.
  • Brain-Based Caregiving Part 2: Moving from Reactive to Responsive Caregiving: Adult

    Brain-Based Caregiving is a two-part course that increases caregivers' understanding of brain and nervous system development, what happens in both the caregiver and child's brains during stressful encounters, and how to regulate through daily stressors as well as adverse experiences. This course is designed for any adult who cares for children, whether you are a parent, grandparent, educator, childcare provider, or foster parent. This class is for age 18+ caregivers only - please do not bring your children with. For Part 2: Elizabeth Szybatka, LPCC,RPT-S (Lighthouse Child & Family Services, Inc.) will guide adult caregivers in using the neuroscience information learned in Part 1 to help move from reactionary and conflicted relationships into responsive and attuned relationships. *This is a two-part series. You are able to attend the class that works best for you, though it is encouraged to sign up for both classes. Sign up for Part 1: Brain Development and the Impacts on Parent-Child Relationships here. *Due to a weakened immune system, the instructor does need all in-person attendees to be masked so that she is able to speak without one on. If you are uncomfortable masking, we will have a Google Meets virtual option that will be emailed out to all participants a few days prior to the class day.
  • American Red Cross: First Aid, CPR and AED Certification/Re-Certification

    BE PREPARED IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY! One class offers you basic skills in three important subject areas: *First Aid *CPR (infant, child, and adult) *AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Class is great for child care providers as well as any member of the general public who wants to "be prepared." A certified American Red Cross instructor will guide you in skills practice. Come dressed in comfortable clothing. We will be kneeling on the floor to do skills practice with mannequins. Please bring a pen/pencil and notebook to take notes. You will receive a certification card after completing the class. *Certification class: For first-time students or for those whose certification course was more than 2 years ago. *Recertification class: For students who have been previously certified with the past 2 years.
  • Mother's Day Sugar Cookie Decorating: Ages 6-Adult

    In partnership with Sticky Fingers Sweets Bakery, come decorate cookies with us! During this Mother's Day class, we'll teach some common techniques used to decorate sugar cookies. At the end of class, you will have 6 beautiful cookies to take home! All materials needed will be provided. This is a fun way to celebrate moms and a fun mother/child activity, no matter the age. Participants age 9 and under will need to be accompanied by an adult.
  • Beginner Gardener's Workshop: Adult

    Gardening is one of those hobbies that can be so fulfilling. Eating food that you've grown is incredibly rewarding! Have you always wanted to experience that but don’t know where to start? We believe that a “green thumb” is a learned skill. Come, learn, and plan along other beginner gardeners in a low-stress, friendly, and confidence-inspiring setting! We will cover foundational information including seeds vs. seedlings, soil composition, weeds, and watering schedules. Includes: Workshop Session & Materials, Planning Notebook, Starter Collection of Seeds, Personal Follow-Up