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  • Cybersecurity/Internet Safety 101 for Adults/Seniors

    More and more online scams are targeting older adults. Join Jennifer Lotze. the Hudson School District's Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning - Technology, to learn what to look for and how to protect yourself from relationship scams, charity scams, non-existent credit card offers, email phishing and more. This is one of Community Education's most requested classes. and it receives excellent evaluations: "Jen's personality as a presenter is great! She is knowledgeable, energetic, witty and kept everything interesting and relevant." "Seniors and adults who did not grow up with computers and cellphones are at a disadvantage. By the time we figure something out, it's already obsolete and we have to figure out the next thing. This class was excellent." "This class is so beneficial in teaching seniors and older adults how to protect themselves and their personal information when they are online." Participants should bring their Smartphone, iPad or other portable device to class.
  • Ho'oponopono Meditation

    Unlock inner harmony with this 4-week Ho'oponopono Meditation series. Discover the ancient Hawaiian art of prayer, healing and forgiveness. Learn to let go of negativity, old patterns of behavior and deep-seated hurts. This meditation includes four powerful affirmations, self-discovery, aligned meditations and a workbook/journal created especially for this class.
  • Just Breathe! Techniques to Calm, Center & Balance

    Breathing in specific ways can have amazing and powerful healing benefits on mind and body. Breath work is the single most powerful thing you can practice for improving energy levels, health and well-being. In this workshop, you will learn ancient breathing exercises that will neutralize stress by reprogramming your nervous system; increase energy and vitality; increase brain function; improve immune response; decrease depression and anxiety; and help strengthen your back and abs from the inside out. The simplest and most powerful technique for optimum health of mind and body is free and literally right under your nose.
  • Maintaining a Healthy Weight

    Weight seems to be a struggle for many, and especially as we age. Our metabolism slows down, yet we don't feel less hungry. In fact, cravings and particularly sugar cravings can increase. Let's explore some of the reasons behind this and learn some natural techniques to keep your metabolism strong and healthy while reducing cravings and supporting healthy blood sugar levels. Whether you're looking to lose some weight, maintain a healthy weight or even gain weight there are some supplements, strategies and essential oils that can help.
  • Maximize the Power of Your Network

    Are you looking for ways to maximize the power of your network? If so, you've come to the right place! As a small business owner, building relationships and networks is essential for growth. But how can you use what's available to create greater success for yourself and your company? Working smarter, not harder, is key. Join us and learn the strategies that you can implement in your business today! McNamee Real Estate Team/Keller Williams Realty does not charge a fee for this class. The fee for this class supports Community Education's operations. UPDATE: Virtual Class Offering
  • Parenting with Pride

    Parenting is hard work! Parenting with Pride focuses on social-emotional development and strengthens the relationship between child and parent. Our goal is to help families create a calmer household, build and maintain positive relationships with each child, and help parents improve child behaviors with effective communication. Following dinner, parents meet as a group and kids have supervised time. Only one adult should register for the family. It is not necessary to register all family members. When registering, you will be asked to indicate the names of family members who will be attending.Tuition fee includes dinner for your family.
  • Puzzle Palooza: Jigsaw Puzzle Competition and Swap!

    Are you a master at putting puzzles together? Then this is the event for you! January is National Puzzle Month, so let’s celebrate with a friendly competition! Grab your friends or come with your family and join the fun! Teams of 4 people will race against each other to see who can finish the same 500-piece jigsaw puzzle first in a two-hour time frame. (That’s 500 pieces in 7,200 seconds, or one piece being placed every 14.4 seconds!) At the start of the timer, players will unwrap their puzzle and work together to complete the puzzle before the other teams. (If no teams complete their puzzle before the time ends, the winning team will be chosen by the fewest number of loose pieces left.) Prizes will be awarded. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Tuition fee includes the puzzle your team gets to keep. Added bonus: Bring your old puzzles to exchange in a FREE puzzle swap! There are limited spots available, so please register early. Team Check in: 5:30 PM Puzzle Competition Begins: 6:00 PM Only one adult (aged 18+) needs to register for their team. It is not necessary to register all team members. When registering, you will be asked to indicate the names and ages of the other three team members.
  • Seated Abdominal Strengtheners That Won’t Stress Your Back or Neck

    Abdominal muscles weaken and lose shape due to past pregnancies, surgeries, sitting at a desk all day, being sedentary and poor posture. Common abdominal exercises like crunches can place too much stress on back and neck joints. Learn a series of extremely effective exercises to quickly strengthen all four layers of abdominal, WITHOUT stressing back or neck joints and WITHOUT getting on the floor.
  • Self-Defense Training

    Have you, or someone you know, ever wanted to learn how to defend yourself? Learn about different prevention options and a variety of physical techniques that you can use to protect yourself against an attacker. We will also be discussing Self Defense law in Wisconsin. The Hudson Police Department does not charge a fee for this class. The fee for this class supports Community Education's operations.
  • Smartphone/Tablet Use for Adults/Seniors

    Are you overwhelmed with how to use your Smartphone, iPad, or other portable device? More than ever, older adults are using Smartphones and other portable devices for a variety of reasons. Jennifer Lotze, Hudson School District's Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning - Technology, will walk you through your phone system and help answer your questions. This class consistently receives rave reviews: "Great Class! I received much more from this class than I ever expected." "Class was well organized and presented in a very fun manner." "Instructor is very knowledgeable and amazing!" "This class was very worthwhile. There was time for one-on-one and also as a group. I learned a lot more about my smart phone usage." "I’m hoping there will be more classes offered in the future relating to this topic." Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn more! Participants should bring their Smartphone, iPad, or other portable device to class.